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The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

Radio Boston

02:00 min | 8 months ago

The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen

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WBAP 820AM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"You until midnight when Red eye radio comes on coming up in a bit. We're gonna talk about Texas is plan. For the vaccine rollout as we talk about this pole here about People were ready to get the shot as soon as it was available, pulled just this past week from U. S A Today Suffolk University said that 46% so the numbers are jumping up as it became available, and somebody called in their battery was dying. So she'd have a chance to. She didn't couldn't come on the air because the battery was dying. But she brought up an interesting point, and they did a quick check. I don't have any numbers because I don't know that they did that kind of polling. Back then for this level, but they asked if this if people were this scared or this worried whatever you want to use about the polio vaccine. When it came out. Hey, remember, polio ravaged us for years and parents worried about their kids. Horrible situation, whether you have a friend, um, who actually had the head up, partially paralyzed leg. From polio. Couldn't tell when he walked. But we were playing softball one day one day and he ran and you could obviously tell him when he ran. That was made me feel bad. But I went on the online that I did a quick search and it was just a quick search. I'm sure you could find more if I got into it, but basically Uh, when they found out Jonas Salk was looking into it, money flooded into the guy. People were paying him all over the place. People are finding his address and according to stories I read people were finding his home address because they didn't have email back then. In then in 1955, so they were just shoving letters into his mailbox begging to get the polio vaccine. I haven't heard the word begging. From anybody trying to get the cove in vaccine. But people apparently were begging to get the polio vaccine because they were terrified for themselves, and they were terrified for their Children. And You know, I don't know what to attribute it to. I'm sure the studies about it. It's probably social media. It's probably the you know, instant access to information true and otherwise that we can get now just by staring at our computer. But whereas you go back to 1955 and people have been ravaged for years, and that's probably another thing, too. Even though there's certainly a fatigue when it comes to this, even though people certainly don't want anything to do with the vaccine anymore. Don't want anything to do with masks or anything like that. It's on Lee been going on for less than a year is a long time. Don't get me wrong, but we haven't been dealing with this. From a personal standpoint as a country for even a year. And when you look at what they were doing with polio that was going on for a least eight years before they came up with a with a vaccine, for maybe longer, people were done. They were e. I mean, there were kids who were born and didn't know a world without polio. In that case, good kids were old enough to go outside and play and had to be held back from certain things because of that, so that probably plays into everything. As to whether or not the there was a willingness to get the vaccine, But by the time the polio vaccine came around and again, I just did a quick quick search because I thought it was an interesting point when she called in I just did a quick search on the interwebs and people were begging. Literally begging to get their hands on the polio vaccine. When it was announced that it was gonna become available people for the most part Again is only 46% are going out of their way to avoid getting the covert vaccine right now, and I think it's more of a you first kind of situation. Where is back when polio hit and people have been putting up with it For so long theater tude was like they'll. Me first. Me first. Me first. Now the attitude is you go first. And then I'll watch you. Had if you survive, then we'll go ahead. And we'll talk about whether or not I'm gonna get and I thought that was an interesting point. So the collar I didn't get the name of whoever the collar was. Thank you very much for taking the time to call because I was interesting right now. Texas older it was Olga, who called him Texas is deviating. From the CDC recommendations on who should get the covert vaccine 19 next. The CDC says that and the CDC makes sense now this is not an ageist thing. I want everybody to know that right now says nothing to do with the age of the people involved here, but the CDC is suggesting that the next people in line Should be teachers, first responders and other essential workers. Those should be the next people to get it that makes perfect sense to me. If you want to schools to open back up, you need to make sure That the parents early teachers are taken care of s O that they can survive. What's going on if the kids come into the classroom? As there's more. It's like, you know, there's more of them than there are of you. There's more of the students and there are the teachers, so there's a concern that so they need to make sure that's okay. Texas is saying that it's gonna concentrate on people 65 years and older and those with certain chronic medical conditions in what's known as Phase one, beat.

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WBAP 820AM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Give me a call 888 w b a p. That's 100 to 88 92 27 coming up in a bit. We're gonna talk about Texas is plan. For the vaccine rollout as we talk about this pole here about People already get to get the shot as soon as it was available, pulled just this past week from U. S A Today Suffolk University said that 46% so the numbers are jumping up as it became available, and somebody called in their battery was dying. So she'd have a chance to. She didn't couldn't come on the air because the battery was dying. But she brought up an interesting point, and they did a quick check. I don't have any numbers because I don't know that they did that kind of polling. Back then for this level, but they asked if this if people were this scared or this worried whatever you want to use about the polio vaccine. When it came out. Hey, remember, polio ravaged us for years, and parents were worried about their kids. Horrible situation, whether you have a friend, um, who actually had the head up, partially paralyzed leg. From polio could tell when he walked, But we were playing softball one day one day and he ran and you could obviously tell it when he ran. That was made me feel bad, But I went on the online that I did the quick search and it was just a quick search. I'm sure you could find more if I got into it, but basically Uh, when they found out Jonas Salk was looking into it, money flooded into the guy. People were paying him all over the place. People are finding his address and according to stories I read people were finding his home address because they didn't have email back then. In then in 1955, so they were just shoving letters into his mailbox begging to get the polio vaccine. I haven't heard the word begging. From anybody trying to get the cove in vaccine. But people apparently were begging to get the polio vaccine because they were terrified for themselves, and they were terrified for their Children. And you know, I don't know what you attributed to. I'm sure the studies about it. It's probably social media. It's probably the you know, instant access to information true and otherwise that we can get now just by staring at our computer. But whereas you go back to 1955 and people have been ravaged for years, and that's probably another thing, too. Even though there's certainly a fatigue. When it comes to this, even though people certainly don't want anything to do with the vaccine anymore. Don't want anything to do with masks or anything like that. It's on Lee been going on for less than a year. Has a long time. Don't get me wrong, but we haven't been dealing with this. From a personal standpoint as a country for even a year. And when you look at what they were doing with polio that was going on for a least eight years before they came up with a with a vaccine, for maybe longer, people were done. They were dead. I mean, there were kids who were born and didn't know a world without polio. In that case, good kids were old enough to go outside and play and had to be held back from certain things because of that, so that probably plays into everything. As to whether or not the there was a willingness to get the vaccine, But by the time the polio vaccine came around and again, I just did a quick quick search because I thought it was an interesting point when she called in I just did a quick search on the interwebs and people were begging. Literally begging to get their hands on the polio vaccine. When it was announced that it was gonna become available people for the most part Again is only 46% are going out of their way to avoid getting the covert vaccine right now, and I think it's more of a you first kind of situation. Where is back when polio hit and people have been putting up with it For so long theater tude was like no me first. Me first. Me first. Now the attitude is you go first. And then I'll watch you. Had that if you survive, then we'll go ahead and we'll talk about whether or not I'm going to get it. And I thought that was an interesting point. So the collar I didn't get the name of whoever the collar was. Thank you very much for taking the time to call because I was interesting right now. Texas older it was Aldo, who called him Texas is deviating. From the CDC recommendations on who should get the covert vaccine 19 next. The CDC says that and the CDC makes sense now this is not an ageist thing. I want everybody to know that right now there's nothing to do with the age of the people involved here, but the CDC is suggesting that the next people in line Should be teachers, first responders and other essential workers. Those should be the next people to get it. That makes perfect sense to me. If you want to schools to open back up, you need to make sure That the parents are. The teachers are taken care of s O that they can survive. What's going on if the kids come into the classroom? As there's more. It's like, you know, there's more of them than there are of you. There's more of the students and there are the teachers, so there's a concern that so they need to make sure that's okay. Texas is saying that it's going to concentrate on people 65 years and older and those with certain chronic medical conditions in what's known as Phase one,.

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USA TODAY, Boston's Suffolk University Poll showed 46% said they were willing to take COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

USA TODAY, Boston's Suffolk University Poll showed 46% said they were willing to take COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible

"Acceptance to taking the vaccine, according to a New USA Today, and Suffolk University poll showing 46% of people say they would take it as soon as possible. That is nearly double from October. And, of course, Dr Fauci Online TV got the modern, a shot. Earlier today. Now both vaccines require a two shot dose, not just one. But two. Now, let's

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tuesday. Suffolk University is canceling its classes for the day. Governor Baker and the lieutenant governor, Karen politicos have spoken out in opposition to the ranked choice voting system. It is question to on this year's Massachusetts ballot, They say, We need to be focusing on voter turnout in voting yes, on the question might lead to more complication for voters and election officials as well as increase costs. Massachusetts Congresswoman Alana Presley supports Frank Choice voting. And I spoke to her about her thoughts on the system, just trade embargo they want rather than against who they don't. And it elevates the importance of grassroots organizing and an elected official. I welcome this because Um I've been very intentional and in my team and my campaign and expanding the electorate Great choice Voting will force elected officials on candidates. Campaign beyond their baby and it will bring new people to the process comes from impressive by the way, will be traveling to New Hampshire tomorrow to campaign on behalf of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. After a back and forth over absentee ballot drop off locations Texas Governor Greg Abbott appears to have won. The final round of state Supreme Court has upheld Governor Greg Abbot's order limiting Texas counties to only one drop off location. For voters to hand deliver their mail in ballots that has said he wants to limit voters potential exposure to novel Corona virus that does not affect the thousands of early voting locations around the state, including the 10 drive through polling places in Houston's Harris County that is a B C's Jim Ryan in New Hampshire. The time has passed to send absentee ballots by mail and be assured they'll be counted Election Day. Early voting, though, is still possible if people turn in ballots at their local city or town clerk's office, the Concord Monitor reports they can also be dropped off at polling places before five o'clock on election day. Out on the campaign trail. Former Vice President Joe Biden promising healthcare reform..

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the so called red Zone. More than $45 billion needed to run this state Governor Baker's covert delayed budget pitch calls form or health care money and no new taxes with a double digit lead a nationwide polling Joe Biden posts back to back fundraising records. In fact, since August, Biden and the Democrats have raised a whopping $750 million in my whole life. Biden was calling grassroots supporters yesterday and he hangs on to a double digit lead also in New Hampshire. But New Suffolk University numbers show President Trump blows Biden away when it comes to jobs. And running the economy. During a campaign rally in Iowa. President Trump says there was never an administration Mohr corrupt than the Obama Biden administration. The president supports that claim by referencing a New York Post reports about Biden, son. Allegedly introducing the former vice president to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm. We've just learned through explosive documents published by a very fine newspaper, The New York Post. That Joe Biden has been blatantly lying about his involvement in his son's corrupt business deal. Post report referenced by the president not verified at this time, but it all certainly got the attention off the Biden campaign, and they're pushing back in a statement, The Biden team rejects the post suggestion that Biden met with a representative. Of the Ukrainian energy company, Karisma of 6 17. Now clear skies 52 degrees here in Boston back to school for teachers in the city. Fact is, they never left the classroom even while most students take their lessons at home. Now a Superior court judge rules teachers need to be in class. Even while Boston's Corona virus numbers cross, the line attorney for the Boston teachers, Jaimie Goodwin laid out the case right off the bat. We are trying to make sure everything is done safely. But the judge delivered the big line in the denial, saying the injunction sought by the teachers is not consistent with the public interests. The 1300 highest need. Students and Boston are still learning in person right now, if they choose that route, the teachers union claimed the city wasn't standing by an agreement to move to full remote learning if Koven. Infection rates rise above 4%, which is where the city is that Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was on night side with Dan Ray last night, the next sentence says, when the Boston Public Health Commission or city or state authorities determined that the school district can reopen the tube agony members will be expected to return back into possible the schools. The teachers union now says they will focus on safety protocols in the schools. Adding it would stand by any teacher who does not feel it's safe to return to work drama. Holland W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio Life on lock down pretty boring for anyone, especially a college student in Boston, hunkered down on Cove in quarantine. But there's the smartphone with a built in video camera and W. B. C's match here tells us Corona virus suddenly goes viral. First he became infected. Then he became an influencer. I don't know what I'd be influencing, but Shawn Hanley caught the Corona virus from one of his roommates at BC wants the loneliness and boredom of hotel quarantine became too much to bear. He began venting his frustrations on the video sharing app, Tic tac. I recorded them just so I could have a record, I guess of what happened inside and forget within hours. His post racked up hundreds of thousands of use and, of course, some nasty comments. And if you go through him like he's kind with people like you deserve it like this is what you get for breaking the rules chances. He didn't break any rules. In fact, he only left the room twice once for a fire drill and once for a follow up covert test, But now he's free and quite the popular guy on campus. People point or like called me out and stuff like that so well, funny. That's your W. Busy Boston's news radio. The sea is angry. My friend to the oyster industry is just a shell. Itself in this new, normal and W B C's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us plummeting sales could make for a long, cold winter before the pandemic oysters were at the top of the shell fish food chain. As faras popularity with consumers now demand for half Shell oysters has seen a sharp decline in Massachusetts restaurants and that's really hurting Cape Cod oyster Farms. Oyster sales dropped by 80% back in April, and the losses keep coming, even though restaurants have reopened at a limited capacity, micro knock. Owns an acre family run oyster Farm and MASH. His business is way down 60% still selling some stuff now, But I don't have a continuance outside feeding goes away. Grownup, says. Some farms and wholesalers air trying to move oysters to food banks with limited success. Kim Tana Cliff W. B Z Boston's news radio, a marquee college football matchup has been postponed until December, and you can thank Corona virus for that. The University of Florida was Opposed to host national champion L s U Saturday. But now 21 Gators players and two assistant coaches have tested positive for covert 19, Florida athletic director Scott Strickland to really important That.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From the faces. Students from Berkeley, Suffolk University and Emerson College pasting images of people killed by police at the steps of Trinity Church. That's W B Z T V. Stephanie Chan reporting. And hundreds in Portland, gathering for black lives matter last night, along with protestors showing out for police, Molotov cocktails were thrown in the streets during a march, sparking a fire, prompting police to declare our riot police say At least one person was injured. It was the 100th night of protest Ng in Portland, Oregon. Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis with a number of college campuses, reopening reports of spikes in covert cases because of partying and the lack of social distancing. Dr Ishii. Asia is the dean of Brown University School of public health, He says it points out the need to manage the situation. It is safe to bring students back on campus, but you've got to do it with lots of testing and quarantining and there's a lot that you can do to make it safer. A lot of colleges just aren't doing that. And so that's why I think we're seeing a lot of the outbreaks or another result of the pandemic police around the country reporting more cases of speeding on roads and highway because of fuel fewer vehicles out there. The Ohio State Police Patrol reports that July was the worst month for fatal crashes in 13 years. A dog food recall to tell you about Sunshine Mills, issuing a voluntary recall of three products. Family family pet, meaty cuts, beef, chicken and cheese flavors. Premium dog food, Heartland Farm grilled favorites beef, chicken and cheese, flavor and paws. Happy Life Butchers, choice Dog food. The Food and Drug Administration says the recall is due to high levels. Of a naturally occurring mold byproduct called Alfa toxin that could be harmful to Pat's. Coming up at 4 15, the victim of a deadly shark attack remembered on the Cape. Right now we gotta Bloomberg business, Amazon is jumping into the wearable fitness gadget market dominated by Apple and Fitbit. The halo band does what other fitness wearables do, including measuring heart rate sleeping steps. It works with its own app that can also be linked to third party APS like weight watchers. Also includes some features that may make you feel a little uneasy and cozy new privacy concerns. Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Devil Oh says one. Opt in feature called Tone analyzes the user's speech to predict how others perceive their tone of voice using two built in microphone, the band listen to a user Tones throughout the day and in a can make a call and whether you found happy or sad. Another feature measures a person's body fat percentage. In order to do this, you have to take a photo of their body. And upload it to the APP for analysis. For now, Halo is available by invite only and for those included. It's less expensive than wearable devices from Apple and Fitbit. I'm Gina Serve Eddie Bloomberg business.

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Biden holds on to a comfortable lead

Bloomberg Law

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Biden holds on to a comfortable lead

"Presidential nominee Joe Biden is holding on to a comfortable advantage just two months out from the election. Multiple national polls show the former VP with big leads over President Trump. His biggest lead is in the Economist YouGov poll, where he's in front by 11 points while the latest Yusa today Suffolk University poll has Biden with a seven point cushion.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Unknown easy, Boston had any concern about Fairness of pollsters in the degree to which they take their craft seriously. I hope it was dispelled by Spencer Kimball. Really good guests. We will have him back. We'll also have Dave Paleologos. Was a great pollster associated with Suffolk University in Boston now This. This is going to be an interesting presidential race. I wouldn't want to bet a lot of money on either of these candidates at this point. A Toledo. That's my thought. Love to know what you think. But what I'd like to do is I would like to focus This hour on the the formal announcement. The announcement was made last night that Joe Biden had picked Pamela Harris. Ah ah and ah again was I'm struggling with the pronunciation of the name Camilla is what I believe is the correct pronunciation. On and we will get that right. It is the first person with that name ever to run for president or vice president. To the best of my knowledge, at least on the major party ticket. So today in in Delaware, Joe Biden formally Formally introduced Senator Harris Tio. Is really a small crowd of people. There were no questions from the media. It was I thought a flat event If you watched it. I watched it in its entirety to two speeches, which were what you would expect to very I think very clear. Ah, denunciations of the Trump Administration, and this is going to be this is gonna be a rough race. This is not going to be the Marquis of Queensberry rules, but Let's give you a sense of it. If you missed it, I What I'm looking for is your response was this The best choice that Joe Biden could make, and I don't care if you're a Republican and Democrat. Moderate, independent whatever you want to call it. I would like to know. From your perspective. It's an interesting choice. It's an interesting choice at so many levels from me from my perspective one As Spencer Kimball mentioned It's a choice of a senator from California and that is a state that the Democrats will win. In November. There's no question so Uh, Camilla Harris is not going to Be responsible for putting California in Joe Biden's win column. That's a done deal at this point. So the question would be would should well whether or not the vice president would have been smarter. To go in a different area of the country geographically, now again. I guess he could have gone for the governor of Michigan. I don't know all the factors that were involved here. But let's let's deal with what we have. So my question is very simple. And be political analysts for me. Tell me what you think. If you think that It's the greatest pick in the history of vice presidential choices. You could say it loud and proud. If you think it was not the smartest move. That's okay too. So this is Joe Biden today, introducing And praising Senator Harris, this is cut 12 rub comma. As you all know, is smart. She's tough. She's experienced. He's a proven fighter for the backbone of this country, the middle class. For all those who were struggling to get into the middle class. Someone knows how to govern. She knows how to make the hard calls. She's ready to do this job on day one. We're both ready to get to work, rebuilding this nation and building it better. As attorney general largest state in the country. Com O took on the big banks over mortgage fraud. And one took on big oil. I.

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Researchers found ‘outrageously high’ discrimination against Black renters in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Researchers found ‘outrageously high’ discrimination against Black renters in Boston

"And those with housing vouchers. This study conducted by researchers at Suffolk University, used 200 testers 100 black 100 white researcher Jamie Lynn Coast, he said they found an undeniable level. Of discrimination. The Housing discrimination testing program team looked at the data and found evidence of discrimination based on how King about you're in eating 6% of the And Ray fish Discrimination in 71 in front of the race based rental discrimination is against federal and state laws. Voucher based discrimination is against Massachusetts law and Panelists agreed that the study indicates those laws are not being adequately enforced. Charles Steven. Stubborn ABC Boston's news radio. Meantime, if you find yourself wanting to make a

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And recovery services for those dealing with substance use disorder public spaces ideas we are looking at to improve physical distancing and situations in nursing homes and other long term facilities I can stop by sharing that our our first round of universal testing for the homeless population was completed at the end of last week we have tested over twenty two hundred individuals seven hundred thirty five tested positive for a thirty three percent infection rate we've also provided those individuals of quarantine space support medical treatment as necessary that was an important goal it was it was to make sure we could support and care for a very vulnerable populations and also slowed the spread over all of the virus starting in March we created hundreds of new beds for that purpose we secured new sites increasing spaces in our shelters and we dedicated five hundred medical respite beds for homeless individuals at Boston hope Medical Center the result is that severe illnesses being kept to a low level and medically vulnerable populations the consensus of that those those who work in homeless enormous community is that the impact could have been much worse so I'm grateful to everyone who worked on this priority it's a testament to the partnership between city staff for nonprofits like healthcare for the homeless in pine street inn and institutions that stepped up like Suffolk university Boston University northeast in Cognos this university and I was in college almost individuals and families remain a top priority for all of us here in the city there's more.

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Massachusetts Closes In On 5000 Coronavirus Cases

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Massachusetts Closes In On 5000 Coronavirus Cases

"Now has nearly five thousand cases of corona virus and there are four more deaths the state's death toll now for for Johnson Johnson as as overloaded overloaded hospitals hospitals scrambled scrambled to to do do what what they they can can all all these these health health care care workers workers the the doctors doctors the the nurses nurses all all the the emergency emergency responders responders hero hero senator senator Markey Markey taking to the live stream thanking our doctors and nurses at mass general west actually more now from WBZ's crisp from Boston common number of covert ninety patients has more than tripled in the last week with now just under five thousand bay state residents infected doctor taught element is the director of infectious disease at south shore health what we're seeing is that the trajectory of this epidemic is on the rise in over this last week in the city of Boston reported its first homeless case of covert nineteen to assist protecting those on the streets Suffolk university is converted one of its storms to provide safe quarantine for the homeless with one hundred and seventy two beds available another seventy beds will be available in the coming days at a former hospital in Brighton

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Services should not go directly to Suffolk or the new site in combat in Brighton they should go to one of our existing shelters which remain open including pine street inn was Mollen felt industry Boston rescue mission and Rosie's place the Boston public health commission will staff in screen individuals and determine where they should go for their treatment this will help us ensure that everyone gets the help that they need this has been a team effort and execute good use of the resources that we have that's why would we that's why that's what a strong city does when people are in need we come together to help them we get creative and we figure it out I sincerely want to thank Suffolk university for stepping up to the plate and getting these facilities ready so quickly I also wanted to give a shout out and thank the neighbors and businesses in the Brighton area and in Beacon Hill feel compassion in your understanding we are committed to keeping you informed as partners as we move forward I was going on as the other Boston college's they're helping us and they're supporting our efforts is many weigh in as many ways as we need they're always good neighbors and we appreciate their willingness to help the two hundred forty beds that I just mentioned are in addition to the fifty five beds we've already created in the rear of the south Hampton street shelter we're also working closely with the state to repurpose the Newton pavilion at Boston Medical Center and will temporarily we open it to meet the medical.

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Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Texas, taking Super Tuesday's second biggest prize

WBZ Morning News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primary in Texas, taking Super Tuesday's second biggest prize

"On super Tuesday is now in the books but in just a few short hours the democratic race for the White House is in a very different place for Joe Biden a super Tuesday in the it's like the diversity of this party in this nation and that's how it should be because we need to bring everybody along everybody Biden ending a triumphant super Tuesday with a narrow victory in Texas Bernie Sanders is still leading in the night's biggest prize of California however the votes are still being counted there this morning the win capped a resounding and resurgent super Tuesday across the south for the former vice president Biden even winds right here in Massachusetts more from CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman the Biden campaign felt burdened by having these other moderate candidates people digit Jamie copus are continuing their campaigns but now that they are adult Biden essentially has the moderate wing of the party totally on his side and I think with the super Tuesday results the Biden campaign has to feel as good as it's been since he announced his candidacy with the Biden momentum showing no signs of slowing down WBZ sherry small spent the evening with supporters of Bernie Sanders who are disappointed but not dismayed more than a hundred Bernie Sanders campaign volunteers and supporters showed up campaign watch party at democracy brewing in Boston abit of Somerville one of them I've been knocking on doors in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for the last five months he's especially disappointed Sanders lost Massachusetts to Joe Biden a little disappointed that things could have gone better for birdie in Boston sherry small WBZ Boston news radio certainly the polls in the run up to election day here in Massachusetts did not show this coming WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here now state polls show Laurie that it was Sanders and Warren's race to lose here so what happened that's right the polls did not predict a Joe Biden win in Massachusetts nor did they expect the senior senator Elizabeth Warren to limp into third place Jeff so what went wrong that is your question pollster David Healy a locus with Suffolk university says this I mean there were a few were problems that happened that she was leading and most of the national polls and selected state polls and it would it really be inflection point statistically if you will happened when she was pressed to explain whether or not how how she would pay for her Medicare for all plan he said she didn't do it well and that failure raised questions about her authenticity number two the gender gap independent male voters in Massachusetts never embraced senator Warren number three she's never had a problem presidential primary run

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What's at Stake in the New Hampshire Primary?

Public Affairs Events

05:28 min | 2 years ago

What's at Stake in the New Hampshire Primary?

"Joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a

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Everything you need to know about the presidential primary election in New Hampshire

Public Affairs Events

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Everything you need to know about the presidential primary election in New Hampshire

"A discussion about the campaign from this morning's Washington journal joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a decent finish here what's next for him

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Sanders leads Buttigieg in New Hampshire primary

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Sanders leads Buttigieg in New Hampshire primary

"There have been some new poll numbers released by a Suffolk university poll director day Paley locus who was our guest at nine OO five tonight and the poll numbers that you will read about tomorrow morning's Boston globe show that people who reject and Bernie Sanders remained neck and neck here in New Hampshire booted Jed now is up a point twenty five over Sanders twenty four of the neighboring senator from Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren is at fourteen a distant third and Joe Biden is dropped to eleven which the other candidates all in single digits of those numbers are good for a very good for booted Jed a good for Sanders but not great in a state that he won handily in two thousand sixteen disappointing for Warren in terrible for Joe Biden I don't know if those numbers are the numbers that will be reflected with the the actual votes are counted on Tuesday night but certainly that's with that's where they stand with the

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Bernie Sanders leads, Pete Buttigieg gains in latest N.H. poll

AM Tampa Bay

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Bernie Sanders leads, Pete Buttigieg gains in latest N.H. poll

"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders continues to lead a tracking poll less than a week before the New Hampshire democratic presidential primary Sanders is first with twenty five percent support in the Boston globe Suffolk university poll former south bend Indiana mayor P. booted judge has moved up to second with nineteen percent former vice president Biden says his fourth place finish in Iowa was like a gut punch

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"suffolk university" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Of Americans support impeachment now compared to fifty percent before impeachment started it you want to know what matters in the presidential preference poll that just came out this is a USA today Suffolk university poll it was taken from the tenth to the fourteen Joe Biden again cell trump loses forty one to forty four Bernie Sanders trump forty four Bernie Sanders loses thirty nine Elizabeth Warren gets our brains kicked in Donald Trump actually go up to forty five percent because she's like a crazy socialists Elizabeth Warren thirty seven percent Michael Bloomberg forty three percent for trump thirty four percent for Bloomberg and mayor Pete trump forty three percent and may appear to thirty three percent a ten point shellacking there those are the presidential vote preference numbers right now this all comes as you've got to set a trial or a you know whatever you wanna call it coming up now the other number that really matters I is the other CNN poll that is come out November the twenty first through the twenty fourth there was a poll that showed that fifty percent of Americans support impeachment forty three percent opposed to now you have a poll that says forty five percent it's a five percent drop in support and the other thing that's interesting is the opposition has also gone up significantly from forty three percent to forty seven percent so you will get that swing it is massive you're talking about a five point support swing and a three point oppose swing in favor the present both categories which really brings you to a seven point swing if you look at it that way could you have similar to say well I'm not sure that was among respondents are that took this between the twelfth and the fifteenth to just two days ago Democrats don't seem to be willing or wanting to heed this warning they they they they don't seem to care and that's part of this is Nancy Pelosi's biggest nightmare playing out her biggest nightmare is that she loses her G. five jet to go to California every weekend at your tax dollars expense her other biggest fear is that you lose the speakership and that means you lose the G. five jet and the Donald Trump wins reelection because they handed it to him and this has only strengthened Donald Trump tan why did a bunch of people start liking Donald Trump now more than they did several weeks ago I would argue no I don't believe that Donald trump's likability rating has gone out because impeachment what I do believe is what you're saying here is it the American people do not like to have their votes canceled out by people that didn't win an election they don't like the fact that their vote is disappearing they don't enjoy this they don't like it they don't think it's a good idea I think it's a bad idea maybe it's a terrible idea they don't want to go and vote and then have the Democratic Party then come out and say what we didn't like how you voted so we're now going to take away your vote that makes people angry it makes people angry that voted for Donald Trump that maybe we're big fans of Donald Trump they just really couldn't stand Hillary Clinton maybe they were going to vote for don't jump again because they were embarrassed by his tweets one now they're going to vote for him again because they they they're angry that Democrats are overthrowing the will of the actual people I want to go to your phone calls five three five nine seven three two five three five nine seven three two this is going to come down to a how are you insults it by the actions of the Democrats it's if they're willing to overthrow your well this is no longer really about Donald Trump and in an is is crazy as that may sound to some of you if you if you listen to what I'm saying and hear me out I think you'll agree with me you know there is a a contributor on fox yesterday it said one of the biggest problems with the Democratic Party right now is they will refuse to understand and the media will fuse to understand that they lied to the American people and they got busted over and over and over again they lied to him I mean I go back to Chuck Schumer back in nineteen ninety eight in nineteen ninety eight when he was this is dealing with Bill Clinton this is what Chuck Schumer had to say when we were dealing with bill Clinton's impeachment and I wish to take his own advice he should take his own advice if he did take his own advice we'd be in a good situation now the Democrats wouldn't be going you know failing themselves and twenty five years.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Day of December six minutes past the hour and house Democrats are laying out their impeachment case against president trump herring for a hearing to set the rules for tomorrow's expected a landmark vote of Monday's report by Democrats on a house committee accuses the president of abusing his high office to enlist a foreign power in corrupting the U. S. selection process and then trying to cover up his misconduct by blocking the probe as Wednesday's final vote approaches to recently released holes of brought good news for the president the latest real clear politics polling average shows appetite for impeachment has declined in USA today Suffolk university poll as the president with a lead on his top rivals in the twenty twenty presidential race now that puts Democrats in swing districts in a tough spot Michigan representative Alyssa Slotkin to flip the battleground Republican seats said on Monday at a town hall she will vote for president trump here's the reaction she received if you haven't seen it I did put out an op ed this morning in the Detroit Free Press laying out my position if you agree with me or not MTV and to be transparent he this is an issue of this was an issue in my station okay yes on obstruction of listening is we may not agree believe me when I tell you that I made this decision out of principle this is USA.

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New poll shows close 4-way race in New Hampshire

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

New poll shows close 4-way race in New Hampshire

"Now there's a new poll that shows a tight four way race among the Democrats Suffolk university Boston globe poll of likely New Hampshire democratic primary voters goes from one senator Bernie Sanders on top statistically doll tied with Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren people to judge as well as former vice president Joe Biden Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in twenty sixteen all the other candidates including the new to the race former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick or in single digits in New Hampshire there's a lot of movement though or at least potential for movement more than half of all voters say they could change their mind for election day twenty one percent are

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Trump administration moves to ban flavored e-cigarettes

All Things Considered

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Trump administration moves to ban flavored e-cigarettes

"The trump administration says it wants to ban flavored vaping products in an effort to stop the rise of E. cigarette use among young people some critics say a band won't stop kids from vaping but according to his and injure and when Matt Kerr from member station WBUR some young people say the ban is a good idea hundreds of recent cases of lung illnesses and even some deaths related to vaping across the country were enough to get Lucas Barbero to think twice about his E. cigarette he's a student at Suffolk university in Boston after like I saw the reports is above a thing I was like no I'm like twenty two years old I know I have a whole life ahead of me so I just threw it away Barbera says he tossed his cigarette after hearing that some of those illnesses were impacting people younger than him and so he says it's a good idea to ban flavored vaping products to make them less attractive to children I think if they keep it to like a like a cigarette flavored then you won't really see kids sitting because that's pretty girls. it's an acquired taste it's a taste twenty three year old Jack hi am has acquired the recent college grad is also concerned about teens vaping which is sometimes called tooling after one brand of E. cigarettes there's like middle schoolers drooling these days that's ridiculous hi am says he can see why it may appeal to younger people I use like the main one so I don't know I don't think that kids should be using this at all so that crazy like unicorn crazy thirty flavors I'm not about that so while a band probably won't stop chi and he thinks it could deter teams Boston University student rain Calhoun is skeptical about the band altogether she says she doesn't think E.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Why the data show. and now all of the news you would probably in this time for date as quick for. new polling shows most Americans actually don't expect new gun control laws this one specifically from USA today Suffolk university poll they say that while Americans doubt Congress is going to enact any new gun laws despite everything that they're saying and actually sentiments on it haven't really changed all of that much from pole to pole either so that's you stray dogs biting spree since thirty one people to the hospital this coming from the independent they say that a stray dog went on this kind of I mean it said that the dog wouldn't hold any better but it was in the times of India that they're hospitalized this one dog hospital is thirty one men women and children in western India because it went on a biting spree all my gosh how bad is the bite we are hospitalized experts reveal children like me born in the autumn really do have an advantage over the rest of the school year and they say that doctors and midwives have been reporting more births in the autumn years someone study said that there was some truth to the common belief that children and not born in autumn months could have a noticeable or it and bandages and early during the formative years and that during the time that. Chris can significantly go forward over a year giving people giving those those kids a boost going into the school year interesting rural king stands firm in support of the second man as some retailers have been vowing to anti second amendment pressure rural king it which is an Illinois based retailer they said that they welcome lawful Kerry in their stores and we're going to continue selling all kinds of ammunition and firearms as well up next Ben how discusses his controversial new book be a moral majority.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Please the data show. and all of the news you would probably in this court date as quick for. new polling shows most Americans actually don't expect new gun control laws this one specifically from USA today or Suffolk university poll they say that while Americans doubt Congress is going to enact any new gun laws despite everything that they're saying in actually sentiments on it haven't really changed all of that much from to pull either so that soon stray dogs biting spree since thirty one people to the hospital this coming from the independent they say that a stray dog went on this kind of I mean it said that the dog wasn't hold any better but it was in the times of India that the hospital is this one dog hospital is thirty one men women and children in western India because it went on a biting spree all my gosh how bad was the fight when you're hospitalized experts reveal children like me born in the autumn really do have an advantage over the rest of the school year and they say that doctors and midwives have been reporting more births in the autumn years some one study said that there was some truth to the common belief that children and not born in autumn months could have a noticeable or it and bandages and early during the formative years and that during the time that. Chris can significantly go forward over a year giving people giving those those kids a boost going into the school year interesting rural king stands firm in support of the second man as some retailers have been valine two anti second amendment pressure rural king it which is an Illinois based retailer they've said that they welcome lawful Kerry in their stores and they're going to continue selling all kinds of ammunition and firearms as well up next Ben how discusses his controversial new book be a moral majority stay.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

14:30 min | 2 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Brand new poll done by our local university Suffolk university basically it writing the world through its normal axis there was a Monmouth poll that showed Elizabeth Warren and suddenly in the middle in a dead heat with the front runner Joe Biden as well as Bernie this Paul once again shows Biden out on top then it shows war and then it shows Bernie so she's beating burning out which is a change in the air and in just a few minutes we're gonna be talking to Jim Borga signees he is the guy who is behind the marijuana ballot question that ended up legalizing recreational use and you guys I I purchased marijuana yesterday you can hear me now where at the Brookline any TA I I got it for my dad ha ha my quote unquote dad right and it was it was really interesting there was a line I think I went at like three PM there was a line a pretty long line there were two police officers on detail I so if I guess any any hoodlums or something yeah so while I was waiting in line you can order ahead there's another line for people who order ahead so I signed up to order had what was waiting in line because I didn't want to wait in line good and I then went to the to the order had place and it was totally faster and easier so I ordered these one to one lozenges which is basically like equal parts C. B. D. T. H. C. okay deal my dad even though it's supposed to chemo is supposed to be the thing that wears you out I think I don't know which one is supposed to do one all I know is he wrist but he was like doing great when he was on when she was getting the chemo treatments but he decided after you finish the chemo treatments to go ahead and do the radiation because he just wanted to make like triple door that it never came back well for whatever reason this is like totally thrown his body for a loop and he's really nauseous all the time and you know tired in general so I asked him I was like you know I mean he could probably get this you know as a medical thing but he doesn't want to I I just don't think he would have ever thought of it and I don't think he would deal with the whole thing so I said listen I can just get you some of these and you can see if they work and go from there so I got in the one to one and by the way Jim Vargas ani is here on the line Jim I'm just gonna I went to buy marijuana for the first time yesterday at the Brookline store someone recounting my my tail interesting yeah so anyway so I go so I got him the one to one because he doesn't want to be like crazy high he just wants to not feel nauseous so I figured that would be not so not sure you know what I mean I try to get there yeah I was in the photo taken here Jim yeah I think that's great and I think that these guys are so adept now at separating the strains out right so that you can do that too just like the nonsense that is not after you don't be doing the magical mystery tour the whole the whole time I think it has probably that's probably fairly typical I think for for cancer patients to just want to down and so do that that nausea in other in other you know feelings I think and irradiation I think that usually the for the first day if not you can be walking around finally then it kicks in yes I was days or weeks later yes and it's to it toasted kind of devastating thing of certainly made it effective first cancer but no dissent that devastating I think that's great in wanting to get it I brought it up to last night well I'd rather neatly his radiation treatments and pretty soon so I just want to get it to him so he could have it on hand basically my thinking was he can use it or not use it but at the very least he's got something else the people of set is effective that he can have on hand so I got the the one to one ratio one and then I also because he was definitely not going anywhere near any sort of smoke smoking thing you know so I got a an edible that was like a one to one ratio and then I got him C. B. D. oil capsules which I mean you can get those anywhere but I think that the quality you know that you would get from from the any TA store is a lot better thing you're gonna get it some other you stupid place yeah you have no idea Jim could barely speak to that more with you getting stuff off the street I think you have no idea no idea what you're getting any more you get yourself into trouble yeah well what the whole point of legalization you going into getting popping out sort of professionally our next stop professionally no consulted with the patient and you're getting you know talking no work comes from what's in it it's far better method of getting what you want in the would be going out in the street and buying blond yes so anyway I thank you for sticking around to listen to the end of that tale Jim I appreciate it and it it Segways perfectly because basically we just we want to chat with you about sort of an update and get a sense from you about where things are in terms of the industry here in Massachusetts well well you probably saw when you were it not these places are crowded it everyday pretty much open to close it now a constant flow of consumers and I think that just shows that there are there's there's many many people who want legal cannabis whether for treating somebody you know who's on the going out some sort of email like your father war you know just wants to sleep better or you know for demonstrated efficacy for for kids they've shown that it does reduce the cases well the seizures and you know I think is a lot more study that needs to be need help I've done studies that need to be done before we get real data on the way this works but we're certainly hearing time and time again stories about how it helps people and then there are people that want to consumers just stop for the PhD quality just to because we are intoxicating substances world so now we're seeing now we have I think twenty three stores open now we jail Canada sorts out the state's moving slowly as we all know but it's moving scuttling I'm hoping that we're gonna see now more open with more frequency in the coming months but it's a four one would certainly need more of these open so that consumers have a convenience you know what toxins access to these facilities and that'll just help not push out the black market there are more than it has done so now yeah Jim I mean as you said it this is an incredibly slow rollout I mean there there are clean there were crazy lines you would think on a random Tuesday you know in the afternoon that you wouldn't be facing such a crazy long line and once you actually get in there to get the product it's it's packed and you can tell I mean the workers have got to be exhausted I mean this is every single day they are facing that sort of condition and it is incredible you talk to others sort of in the in the general industry about how long Massachusetts is taken to to get more stores up out there yes it's clear to everybody who's observing at the string and observing the rollout in other states that Massachusetts long much slower than other states you know it doesn't surprise me frankly I've been in Massachusetts for a long time I see the way things were allowed to use now make it a little more complicated sometimes in the needs to be I am worried a little bit out of control commission we always hear them say we want to get it work now I understand that everybody wants to get it right what worries me is when you say we want to get it right and that becomes a blanket excuse for just being slow and that's what worries me I have every reason to think that they're going as quickly as they can but you know I have a client to put in their application in December just this week they got a they got a request for more emotion which means only at this point now became the control commission read their application to determine what what other information maybe that's going on ten months hello that's a long long time and that is pretty much routine never seen now that easy incredible as basically think about as a business your filing an application to open in December and hearing back just simply that they've read your application then the following almost September I mean that's in seventeen that not a model of efficiency now I understand that control commission the new agency they're still wrapping up they're still trying to get not personnel on board I'm hoping this isn't the prominent norm I'm I'd like to think that it's not but it's what was in now and what now you know we need more of the stores open because consumers want to have access and you know we've seen stories recently about how your are still and still in operation and not for this because they don't have the sort of volume of competition stop taking you know as you know critical maps of business away from and so I'm open to move faster I really am yeah it is I mean I'm I'm just thinking about course I'm thinking about other things like social use cafes and stuff like that in it's like we can't even get the actual stores open so I don't know what what it even looks like for that sort of thing well no nobody knows what looks like yet that the campus control commission has set up with hearings to put forth some proposed regulations on delivering services and social construction sites so I I anticipate we're gonna see both of those now being more clear in the coming months delivery I think it's a particularly particularly important area of licensing because that's going to help people who simply can't afford a person more location they can afford the capital and it's a lot of clout I love to come up with going to give them the ability to command all the needs of the car you know would have to meet all the requirements that maybe some other equipment but still not nearly the capital out that you would need for hard locations so I'm hoping that the campus control commission moves forward with that class of watching to see one because that really is keeping a lot of people who this industry is designed what we do is expected to help out of the industry at this point engine we've talked to somebody who already is right it runs a dispensary who has already gotten financing for delivery delivery kind of branch but all the stuff is timely so this chorus of we just want to get it right here I mean I'm sure your clients as well putting getting money together getting financing together it cetera this stuff it's not just parted tapers out what is that you have to read you know re apply for etcetera etcetera thank you do you get a sense of the state understands the sense of urgency out there well I think the terrible control commission does I'm not sure of the governor here's Franklin and that's one thing we've seen we start with the lock out with the medical world it was just at the top level he didn't care about opening needs he didn't cry on DPH Charlie Baker who was quite a crowd at the PH want to get them moving on the medical side I don't see the same thing on the adult side you just have to wait and all because this is a new industry you may not like it he campaigned against the other creating jobs in the paying taxes so at some point you gotta have a look the people have spoken now I can get out to the opening of the casino in Springfield I'd like to see you can actually set foot in the camp of the store thank you for the revenue thank you for the new jobs I don't we see that some day but you know I'm I'm hoping we can control commission does understand there certainly hearing the compliance I'm not only people who waited one up but they don't so when you get a big piece of real estate and you have to hold out for ten months now you will be free that's a lot of money yeah did you know that's what are the smaller no players each year they don't have the financial ability to hold onto a piece of real estate probably not known for going to get their license you know it's a it's never got location you do you don't know for sure paying that much money and then getting I yeah and then getting rejected it's like wow I just paid whatever I paid for this ten month holding you know real estate and now I'm just law you know I'm just out for that yes yep that's always there were and sweet not the kind of control commission they are they have you know pretty much told you know be careful about your real estate try not to put you know a lot of money into it before we before get your license back you know if you got a current piece of real estate that fits your business model you have to hold on to it that business model so right.

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Biden Keeps Comfortable Lead Over Other 2020 Democratic Contenders

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Biden Keeps Comfortable Lead Over Other 2020 Democratic Contenders

"And now with the latest polling on the Democrats running for president in twenty twenty. Here's USA radio networks. Chris Barnes reporting from Washington, vice president, Joe Biden maintaining a very comfortable lead over the other democratic presidential hopefuls in this latest poll from USA today and Suffolk university. The survey finds Biden with a fifteen point lead over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders thirty to fifteen percent. Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren, coming in third with ten percent among likely democratic primary voters, no other Democrats in the huge field hit double digits in the poll for USA radio news. I'm Chris

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So, yeah, we like to get started talk to you, and you talk to me. Mr. godly to start talking. Jay. Then. Bradley Jay Jay talking WBZ. WBZ. That's correct one. No eight. And we are going to continue with Bob. Allison, professor at Suffolk university, and he is a trustee for the USS constitution. Museum can talk a little bit about the museum. I haven't talked about the museum yet before we get back underway. Let's just pretend we're important now, now we're not underway talk about the museum. So the museum was launched in nineteen seventy six at the time of the, by centennial to tell the story of the constitution at that time the ship had aboard at most of the artifacts to tell the story. And they realized that this both wasn't a good way to tell the story. And also it wasn't a safe way to store artifacts so they created a museum Samuel. Eliot morison. They noted naval historian, dedicated the museum in nineteen April of nineteen seventy six and it is a private non-profit. But does work in partnership with the United States navy that owns the ship and the National Park Service? That owns the navy yard. And so it does tell the story of the ship..

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"suffolk university" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

15:13 min | 3 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Thanks for having me on. Thanks very much. Yeah. So interesting to to sort of hear about. Bernie really did have a very strong organization when I was I was out there for the last night. What caucuses and there was this feeling there was like an electric city around Bernie aggressive to. Yes. I'm very, yes. You know, the the antifa people and the Bernie supporters might might be some areas. Yeah. Van diagram might be happening a little bit there. But yeah, definitely they feel but they're also felt like a lot of excitement and around him. So it'll be interesting to see if he can he can ride that I've covered a lot of Iowa caucuses too. And it's just crazy. People don't understand how crazy the actual voting process is I I don't think a lot of people understand that. It's not an actual vote. People do not vote in Iowa Democrats anyway, right? Not vote in Iowa. There's a convoluted system that they have of like raising their hands. And then like like like David said, yeah, they have a chance to make their case. And if something doesn't it? You're a coastal elites just saying that I am absolutely though. But they they they don't they can't just submit a ballot. And and it's not a secret ballot. So that everybody knows supporting. Yup. And in some cases in that can cause a lot of tensions Shane. Yes. A lot of shame alive tensions in. I was so caused you know, they're very nice out there. So nobody there's no like fistfights or anything like that. But it's definitely a different. It's it's a whole different world that they are. So I always appreciate hearing somebody from the inside talking about that. Yeah. Definitely because it's incredibly confusing and we're having speaking of Iowa talking about Iowa New Hampshire. We mentioned that. There is a new poll in New Hampshire Suffolk university poll with the globe wearing mention. But the Suffolk university did the poll showing Joe Biden was twenty percent of likely voters and already in first place and Bernie Sanders in second place with twelve percent tied with Buddha. Judge was just under twelve percents of their totally statistical tie. And then in fourth place is Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. And I think Beto Rourke in and commonly Harris our next like six percent. I want to get your thoughts about this job. Because you know, I think I watched his the video was fine. You know, then I watched him on the view, and I just I didn't think he did all that good of a job. And so I was your what to expect in terms of the first polls coming out after his official announcement. And so. So I was I guess surprised that he did as well as he did in both the national one released by CNN and the poll up in New Hampshire today in Seattle. He actually did that well in New Hampshire goes ahead with twenty percents. Yeah. I don't think that's a very good number for Biden right now. Twenty percent. I think he would make compared to be coming in was more given given his stature in the race. Now everyone was waiting for him to enter the race. And I had seen polls before with him up to twenty five percent of the vote in New Hampshire. So I think it's actually gone down. A little Bernie has gone down to. And I think some of that is the Buddha judge factor that Buddha judges now dry votes away from buying an particularly Sanders, and maybe it was worn. But you know, it's just it's so early right now twenty percent is not as not as secure number at all. If you're not going to be. Crowing about that. Right. If you're Biden because he knows how quickly that can change. And in a you know, he he is being helped by the fact that there's so many candidates in the race that he he does he does set himself apart his experience, in fact that he's linked to a bomb. Vice president for eight years, I think it puts them in a different league. And the rest of the candidates which went his announcement video the video that has Obama talking about him. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. That is important for. Yes. Do. Yes. All right. So this says that Ripley politics says that you know, the last three he's been at twenty three percent than eighteen percent than twenty percents before that UNH twenty two percent than twenty five. So I mean, I guess he's around the same ish lace, you know, but it has been steadily going lower since February. So for example, UMass Amherst release something in February. I'm not sure what the polling is like UMass Amherst, but they adamant twenty eight percent an-and. Emerson had him at twenty five. That was a great Pearl. We chatted about in. Then UNH Henham at twenty two twenty three eighteen in twenties is the newest along the lower level of twenty percent would right. Right down to the lower number than not appreciably that much lower. But significantly a little lower. Then he's been getting cast. You think he would be he's gonna bump above his announcement. I mean, I'm not sure when they did this poll it was obvious after he announced so it's just in the last few days. But you know, I think he would get above it doesn't appear that he's gotten any bump at all from the announcement. And I think you're going to see him going steadily a little creeping down as the race gets into gear and has more candidates. You know, become better known. You know, you're seeing a lot. You know force us molten got what did you see in the New Hampshire poll? Now got that one percent got one vote one person. But I guess he's lucky in a way that he did that he didn't get a goose egg. But yeah. Just considering that he's from New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Massachusetts. You think more people would be a little more aware of them. But he no one lonely person stand in the poll that they would be voting for sesame walls, and but a lot of candidates got zero. So you know, there's just so many is race. I think gang one percent in couple of others got one percent. But for the most part, you're seeing tears in his right? You're seeing the top tier which is Bernie, and or Vidon I would put Bernie and Biden in the top tier, and then Buddha judge is well, and then you have a second tier that drops down after that with Warren did really, well, I think that this time round just any better. He was. Yeah. She basically, I give me she's she's definitely low low below Buddha. Judge by good goodly amount. And I she's at seven percent, basically Buddha judges at twelve percent almost thirteen. So you know, it's a good amount. But I do think that she got some sort of bump from. Oh, I'm sorry. That's actually, the real clear politics. Adler news at a and he and Buddha. Judge is tied with Sanders at twelve right, right? Which really? Yeah. You know for four percent difference a lot of publicity lately from a lot of these policies physicians. That's he's been growing out there. Yes. Deary calls tuition. And you know, a lot of the pulse shows that a lot of her positions are supported by vast majority of voters in New Hampshire, like free college tuition. So I guess I guess he could say it's not surprising that she may have gotten a little tiny bump the poll considering she's throwing these things out there that are popular like, you know, a the electoral college, you know, let people. Pay off their debts for free. You know, let people in college for free. There's a lot of meat out there that she's throwing them. So I guess it's not surprising that she had a little bump, but she's going to need a lot more than that than just a little bump, you know, coming up. I mean, the primary is in less than a year. So it's not like she has a whole lot of time. But she's going to need to win New Hampshire to stay in this race eight. Yeah. I would I would agree. And and I mean, considering where things are I'm I think you said this. I'm surprised that Bernie isn't stronger. Yeah. Well down. So that might be. I mean, maybe she can if if and Biden doesn't have the same pressure if she does India Hampshire, so we'll have to sort of see how he continues to do. And I want to get more into their some really interesting questions in the globe poll in the Suffolk university poll in terms New Hampshire, but just. Just quickly. I mean, I do think. Well, let's see I'm trying to think to see if Biden got Biden did get a bump a pretty sizable bump, I think in the national polling. He went from, you know, twenty nine twenty percents. I'm sorry. No twenty four twenty seven percent up to thirty nine percent. So he got a pretty pretty sizable bump their ability question is what is what's carrying mine right now. The fact that most people are that people think he's the best candidate with a chance to beat Trump and New Hampshire. That's not. That's the case as well. And and in contrast, it's actually hurting somebody like Elizabeth Warren. It's interesting in the globe Suffolk poll that there was a funny. Question about Warren. Oh, yeah. Eighteen choose. Yeah. Eighteen percent said it was because they didn't think she could beat Trump eleven percent says. She doesn't excite them. Find unusual and another ten percent said quote, she comes off as angry angry too angry. Yep. And it's and more women if before we think, we're that's that's a sexist question. More women than men said she comes off as too angry. That is interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think that the excitement thing actually holds holds up. I mean, there was a lot of excitement around her in twenty twelve you know, there are a lot of people who were obviously progressives who are trying to push her to get into the twenty twelve race. There was this. I not twenty twelve sorry twenty sixteen. There was this sort of excitement in energy around her as a force to be reckoned with. But I think that that has changed. I also think you can't really pick the policy wonk lane. And really excite people right now what I mean. She's still sorta got that fighting spirit about her a little bit. But I don't think she has the same fresh new voice progressive. The persisted progressive champion things still exists. But I feel like for whatever reason he's you know, it's hard for her to continue to be exciting, especially when she sort of the policy person, that's what she's chosen and that might take away some of that excitement and the whole thing about coming off as too angry is really a opposition to somebody like Buddha. Judge who is these who comes across as very kind of decent reason of an rival nice. And you know, who who could have a civil debate with you about something, right? And not not yell at you. Yes. As opposed to warn who yells at you. Yeah. So. I think that's hurting hurting Warren right now in helping Buddha judge, and I think in general Buddha, judge I kind of thought he might actually be a little higher in New Hampshire Abby might have come. But he is he is equal to warrant. So I think we're seeing in this Suffolk survey that in general the candidates have less. So maybe they they asked this stronger, quite they weeded people out more. In other words, they got they got them to say. Are you sure you're gonna vote for are you sure your support Warren than they might say? Well, maybe not I might not. So they might they might weed out some of the people who are less supportive of the candidates and you're getting a higher undecided. Number in New Hampshire saying, yeah. Because it seems like a lot of the candidates have a little less than they got in other polls. What I wouldn't give for a question like that about every. Candidate or at the very least about Bernie Sanders. I mean, it makes sense that you are obviously these questions are costly. But the question as to and these are only people who said that they weren't backing Elizabeth Warren. But the question has to if you're not backing Elizabeth Warren, why is it that you're not backing her is just such a meal? I mean, it's so interesting to see what people say the largest percentage, by the way is actually undecided people. They don't really know why they're just not. Listen, nobody's being attention to this. Like we are right now. So I get it. But I mean hearing what people would say about Bernie if they were asked the question, those who didn't support Bernie why they didn't what reasons they gave that that. They didn't back him. That would be really interesting. You know, just just such a debt question really does bring some some info, I all I can say is interesting over and over again. Sorry, but it just brings some some additional insights. And I'm sure warring the Warren campaign can use the heck out of this. Right. I mean to to maybe mold her to not it's like not changing personality, but being to basically figure out how to play things, especially when it comes to like TV ads making.

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Poll: Half of Americans see Trump as victim of witch hunt

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00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Poll: Half of Americans see Trump as victim of witch hunt

"Half Americans believe President Trump suspect him of a witch hunt. The new USA today Suffolk university poll finds that trust in special counsel. Robert Muller has a road it at half of Americans agree with President Trump's contention that he has been the victim of a witch-hunt support for the house of representatives to seriously, consider impeaching. The president has dropped since last October by ten percentage points to twenty eight

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"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:49 min | 3 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Suffolk university history professor and special friend of Jay talking, and we're discussing cotton Mather. You probably heard the name, you probably haven't heard much more about him and his family, but very very influential, and we we've just kind of gotten into the involvement in the Salem Salem witch trials so cotton Mather was born in sixteen. Eighteen sixty three so Franklin was about seventeen o six. So here's about thirty when. Yeah, Franklin was born by the time. Franken was adult. He was like fifty or sixty of Franklin does see cotton Mather in the pulpit as well as increase Mather. He saw in the pulpit. In fact, Franklin's first published essays written under the name. Silence. Do good and everyone kind of got this matters. Most important most popular book was to do. Good Bonifacio's essays to do good which Franklin learns a lot from. And then at the time Franklin starts rating. Silence. Do good Mathers daughter had died in his funeral. Sermon was silent -arious or silence serving got this. Silence. Do good and silence. Do good poses as this middle. Aged woman is very fond of the clergy and very good at pointing out the faults of others, then then Franklin though in seventeen eighty or so Franklin's off in Paris. And he gets a letter from Samuel Mather who is the son. None of cotton Mather and Samuel Mather just written a book of advice to the American people, and he's trying to promote it, and he thinks Franklin might help. So he sends a letter to Franklin saying what a useful guy Franklin is. And Franklin says when I was a boy, I can't met apartment a book that made a bigger bigger impression on me than any book. I've ever read and it was called essays to do good. And he said that book gave me such a turn of thinking that I ever have to resolve to be a doer of good. And he said if I've been a useful citizen. The world owes it to your father, and it's amazing. And he says I saw your father and grandfather in the pulpit, and then goes to call on cotton Mather in about seventeen twenty six after Franklin and run away to Philadelphia after mocking cotton Mather. He comes back to Boston on a visit and goes to call on this old man in his study. And he really had learned a lot from Mather Mathers. Everyday would ask the question at the beginning of the day. What goodwill I do today. And at the end of the day. What good have I done today? Doing this for the glory of God, Franklin has the centers the same thing really secularize ING Mathers attempts to do good. It's interesting that. Franks won't be so critical of matter matter having been so influential. Yes, it is Franklin learns a great deal from mother. And I think matter does get involved as we were talking before about witchcraft and the Goodwin children praying over them. And then he writes a book and then in sixteen ninety two some girls in Salem, start behaving strangely. And there the minister takes this and takes Mathers book, and before you know, it there one hundred fifty people in jail for witchcraft. This thing escalates Mathers called in as kind of an expert witness in this and one critical piece of evidence that Mathers relying on is spectral evidence. So if a person's visage is if these girls see a visage of a person that is evidence that God is allowing that person's visage to be used that person specter to be used for that person must be in a league with the devil. So that's evidence. If suddenly. I see Bradley Jay coming through the window. That's evidence that Bradley Jay in collaboration with the devil and is being used in that way. And so this is the evidence which under fifty people are in jail. Eighteen are going to be sentenced to death. Now, cotton Mather is really the expert. His father is off in Europe is father comes home and the ministers get together and have a Senate and say, well, wait a minute. Why would the devil us bad people? Wouldn't if the devil is that powerful Whitney rather use visage of a good person because I would really make much more unsettling to have a good person being used by Satan. So they think mad they think cotton Mather's, really misrepresented this whole thing. And I think the thing we need to remember maze. Witchcraft may sound bizarre to us. But these folks are trying to understand things that have no explanation. So this group warned against the use of. Spectral evidence. The ministers did. Yeah. And then actually a guy named Robert Calif merchant writes, a book series of books, attacking Mather mother had Calif reach wonder working providence and says that matter really is wrong about witchcraft and doesn't really understand it. And it really does damage cotton Mather's reputation because he had been so heavily involved in this. The other ministers write this book saying that no spectral evidence really doesn't hold up. It shouldn't be admissible cotton Mather than writes, the introduction to which tries to suggest that maybe they're not really saying that that there could be spectral evidence in some circumstances. I think that is this is the last big outbreak of witchcraft cotton Mather. We'll see other people who might be bewitched. But the solution isn't to bring them to court. It is to pray with them. And as you said try to exercise the witches rather than try to execute. This is a very smart guy from my family. He has to see that in the community some people just diamond out, folks. Which is so they can for example, get their property. Let's see that. Yeah. That's exactly what's happening in sale. But I do believe that there are witches that this is a real thing. And then the motives were why would someone do that? It may be unbelievable to us. It might have been unbelievable to Mather that someone would use this as a way simply to gain a little bit of property because matters focuses so much on the hereafter on God's judgment of us, which is inexorable. Now there wasn't there. An actual outbreak of. Wilde's insane behavior. And we hear speculation that there were some sort of bread. Yeah. We're down in the cellar, and yeah, kind of became periodic the periodically. We hear that theory floated. But then there are a lot of other things. I think one of the best books on this is by Mary Beth Norton who really ties together a lot of other things happening. There was this Indian war going on in the main frontier, and a lot of people refugees from Maine were in Salem, and particularly children who remembered, and you see a lot of the same imagery this dark person the devil hitting someone over the head. Of course, the Indians were hitting people on the head and killing them. These children had some cases it seen their parents killed in that way. So you have this kind of imagery here and this terror on the frontier, and then the the minister and sale them who's kind of a guy who had failed in a lot of different. Careers is always. Is at odds with the his parisioners and keeps harping on their sinfulness, and the fact that Satan may appear and then also you had this property struggle the prop Putnam's versus the proctors and the Putnam are wondering how come their children keep dying? And you have these real tragedies that people are trying to explain and the presence of witches who are the manifestations of Satan is one way to explain these things. So one hundred fifty jails only nineteen killed. Yeah. Yup. What decided whether you whether they let you go or not well the first thing. Well, the the real reason it stops is the accusations go higher and higher. So the governor's wife winds up being acute that's enough. This is a new governor governor Phipps who would come in. And he increase Mather had returned come from England. And he was engaged in this war on the frontier. And then he thinks well, wait a minute. This is really crazy to have everybody in. In the province, basically, accused of witchcraft the jails can hold them. And it is a panel of judges from the superior court. Her hearing the cases one of them is a judge named Hawthorne H A T H O R N E, his descendant Nathaniel Hawthorne, puts a w in the name. So he won't be confused with the this guy, but Samuel Sewell is one of the judges and he's a boss, Ian. And he later apologizes. He wears a hair shirt to the old south meeting house and stands up having his apology read. He doesn't face the congregation is his back turned you so ashamed of this having brought this on he's the only one who apologizes. And I guarantee if you Google Samuel Sewell, what will pop up is witchcraft judge. But he's the only one who said we were wrong. We should not have sent these people to their death. But what stops it ultimately is too? Many people are in jail and the governor says wait a minute. This is really gone too far. And you have the I mentioned Mary Beth Norton. What one of the best accounts of it is actually Arthur Miller's play the crucible and Miller relies on the same scholar. Same evidence that Mary Beth Norton, jazz, John D, most does just about everyone else who has looked at this case, you mentioned hair shirt. My mother used to use that as an expression, and I didn't really think of it as being a real thing that. And it was was it made as a punishment or was it just it is made as a punishment. Okay. I mean, you have to wear a hair shirt made out of Seir, what kind of hair, well hair, horsehair, human hair. I mean, super itchy. It is who would make me crazy. Hot day. And as an aside, what were the other standard punishments of the day where they stocks and pillories? Yeah. Yeah. In fact, Dr. There was a whipping tarring and feathering isn't really a punishment. That's an attack. But there was a whipping post outside the old state house and a pillory, and you'll be made to stand in the stocks there to public thing. Most punishments are public even executions or public because he want people to get a lesson for this and cotton Mather does preach a lot of execution sermons for pirates and others and the purpose of this is so that you can show this person's contrition as they are being executed so long tradition of these public punishments and whipping is another punishment. You know, you would be could be flogged publicly for whatever your misdeeds cruel and unusual was not a problem for them like pressing someone to death. In fact, George Burroughs pressed to death, and he is pressed to death because he won't confess to being a witch because he knows if he confesses his property is going to be taken away. So they're pressing him to get him to confess and his last words actually are more weight. So that tells you how important property is he'd rather die than give up his property. And then also, and then, of course, John Proctor, I mean, this is the central character in the crucible he won't sign his name to the affidavit because that is his name. And it's the one thing he really has is his name and Hannah nurse who Rebecca nurse who won't also know she's accused. But then she thinks well if I'm accused, maybe I really am sad. Arthur Arthur Miller said he could always tell. As a country that either had just emerged from despotism or about to enter it because they would be producing the crucible, and it was produced in China and one of the one of the.

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"suffolk university" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"suffolk university" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"There's one bull recently that I think gives a sense of just how wide open the democratic race for the presidential nomination is a plurality of voters in a recent USA today Suffolk university poll named someone entirely new as their preferred candidate in the field. Well, today, we got the presidential announcement of someone almost none of the democratic. Primary voters has ever heard of in other words, someone entirely new. I belong to generation stepping forward. Right now. We're the generation lived through school shootings served in Moore's after nine eleven and we're the generation that stands to be the first to make less than our parents, unless we do something v p put 'age is the Thirty-seven-year-old mayor south bend, Indiana with bio that reads like it was written by Aaron Sorkin and out married. Gay Afghanistan, vet and Rhodes scholar who is elected mayor of his hometown the age of twenty nine today. He announced he's exploring an exploratory committee to run for president. And joining me now is Pete Buddha. Judge good to have you on mayor. Why are you running for president? Well, I believe that we need new voices. It's time for a new generation to step forward to offer leadership. And as you noted people are looking for something entirely new. Of all the people in the United States. Why should you have the most powerful job in the world? Well, I get that you wouldn't expect to hear this from the youngest person in the conversation. But a lot of it has to do with experience. I have a different experience from a lot of the other people stepping forward the experience of being an executive being responsible for the wellbeing of the hundred thousand residents in our city the experience of being sent overseas on the orders of president experience. That helps me understand how the decisions that are made in Washington affect people at the level of everyday life. You know, at the end of the day, I have more years of government experience than the president to the United States. I have more executive experience than the vice president, and I have more military experience than the two of them put together my experience, my perspective. And again that of a new generation with the different outlook from the industrial midwest and a city that in my view proves that resentment and nostalgia is not the formula for the middle of the. Country. I can't wait to share that with the rest of America. What does that mean? But knew there could be new visions or new approaches that are good and new approaches that are bad new doesn't necessarily mean. Good. What does that concretely mean the newness or the sort of fresh eyes you bring being thirty seven and coming from where you're coming from. Well, for one thing, I think you just look at issues differently yawn thinking a lot about twenty fifty four that's the year when I'll be the current age of the current president. And I think if you're making plans for what it's going to be like, then you have a different sense of urgency around issues like climate change. If you know that your generation is going to be picking up the Bill for reckless tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires you have a sense of urgency around getting our policies, right? When it comes to tax Asian. I know you've run for statewide office once before mistake and state treasurer, and we're feed it in that race why not run for statewide office. Seek some other office it is fairly unusual for someone to go from. Well, it's unprecedented. I think American. There you go from being the mayor of say of town one hundred thousand to present United States a lot of things right now in American politics are unprecedented. And I don't believe in running for an office. So that you can someday run for another office. I ran for mayor of my hometown. Because I looked at what the city needed. I looked at what I brought to the table. And I thought that there was a match that was the same reason. I ran for chair of the DNC I didn't become the chair of the DNC. But I'm glad we got in there. And I'm glad we were able to introduce different ideas into that conversation..

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Kelly Sadler, White House aide who insulted John McCain, is out

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01:54 min | 4 years ago

Kelly Sadler, White House aide who insulted John McCain, is out

"Doses for medicare and social security isn't good the government projecting medicare will run out of money sooner than expected and social security will become insolvent in twenty thirty four treasury secretary steven mnuchin says there is still time to fix the problems though a communications aide who made a crude remark about senator john mccain is now gone from the white house kelly sadler was she is the wise at least they had a surrogate communications here at the white house got into a controversy at a meeting she said about john mccain while he's dying anyways the white house refused to apologize kelly sadler refused to apologize in the wake of that we are told by senior administration officials that kelly sadler is no longer with the white house and american celebration of the white house tuesday instead of one for the philadelphia eagles we love our country we respect our flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem we always will stand for the national president trump is inviting the super bowl champions when he learned that only a handful of them would show up that won't be an issue for the nba both the golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers say they'd skip a white house visit if they won the championship a lawsuit filed over a character from a popular fairy tale a legal battle is underway between a massachusetts law professor and a beverly hills california toy company the subject rapunzel of golden hair fame suffolk university's rebecca curtain urging federal trademark officials to reject an application from a company that makes dolls and toys based on children's stories it's odd writes last year to make re puzzle dolls curtain is represented by another attorney and students in the boston schools intellectual property clinic the toy company says since she's not a competitor curtain doesn't have a thorny do challenge the trademark company has other trademarks including zombie pinocchio and zombie cinderella fox's rich denison and i'm jack callaghan.

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