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"us department education" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on 790 KABC

"For your family that's real hard to do in the cities right now it's easier to do out there I in in the rural areas and small towns if you can get those jobs so look yeah tell those rich people to get out of the big cities I think that'll help everybody Michael Petrilli again yes he's the boss really should go check out all the unequal American city he's the author of the river schools that dilemma an editor of education for upward mobility helped create the US department education office of innovation and improved among many other accomplishments Michael really appreciate your time thanks for having me on bent already coming up will be taking your phone calls eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight at eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight plus we have to get to this video of actors just virtue signaling all over the place because when I look to solve the world's problems I think actors act Thursday will solve the world's problems in your calls coming up eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight this is the best seven million days ABC news at four thirty on cabbage wrap Los Angeles county fire officials now say that a brush fire outside Lancaster has blackened twelve acres the flames first broke out in a large mulch pile near two hundred and fortieth street east and east Avenue Jay and extended in the brush amid strong winds amid the corona virus pandemic an ongoing protest against police brutality president Donald Trump hosted a round table in Dallas Texas discussed health economic and justice disparities in American communities the president talked about how he strongly disagreed with the York city mayor bill de Blasio's handling of the protests and looting and I said and people said I don't know if we like that expression I said we have to dominate the streets you can't let that happen what happened in New York City the damage they've got to dominate the number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona is surging Phoenix bear cake algo points the finger at the state early re opening we have hit so many of the record you don't want to be heading for koh that nineteen from my perspective we opened too much too early and so our hospitals are really struggling on Wall Street all the major indexes plummeted some by as much as seven percent the Dow lost over eighteen hundred points K. A. B. C. news is sponsored by grapes from California California goodness matters now more than ever as we move through this unprecedented time the California table grape a farming community all those who grow and harvest every beautiful bunch needs your help when shopping please choose California grapes over imports your support matters KBC weather tonight mostly clear in the evening then areas of low clouds and fog lows in the mid fifties to around sixty tomorrow sunny after morning low clouds and fog except for some peaches remaining cloudy highs from around seventy at the beaches to around eighty inland right now our downtown.

"us department education" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Handle on the long let's check in with Layla Mohammed an Asian American boy in north Hollywood has filed a complaint against Walter Reed middle school thirteen year old delivery on says the school has done nothing after teacher told him to go to the nurses office after he was coughing in class this was the first time that I've ever felt I was being treated differently for being Asian after it happened I said to my mom there are people who actually go through this every day and it's horrible that's not right and it should not be like that the lawsuit has been filed with the US department education civil rights office the complaint is asking for investigation of how the school handled the conflict between Mariano and his teacher during the call that nineteen corona virus scare airports in grocery stores aren't the only places taken coronavirus precautions jails and prisons are stepping up their protocol when it comes to protecting people against the covert nineteen coronavirus prisons are doing more thorough inmate screening sanitizing jail cells and they're even discouraging lawyers from coming by for face to face visits with clients so far there haven't been reports of coronavirus in U. S. prisons but other countries like Iran and China have been dealing with outbreaks and there's Gina grad KFI news to prevent touching your face in catching the corona virus Dr Irvine suggests people first acknowledge how often it happens UC Irvine Dr Bernadette Bolden al Bala says people can try to break the habit by wearing gloves and scented hand lotion and so as you're bringing your hands up to your face you have that sense and it's a different kind of smell and so it stops you but now Bala says studies show people consists of consciously touch their faces up to forty four times an hour she says it can be an itch or even a nervous reaction like biting nails the justice department is raising awareness for the opioid crisis at a national opioid summit yesterday with the Attorney General First Lady melania trump spoke about how drug addiction affects people from all walks of life I have learned that addiction and drug abuse our diversity issues they do not discriminate based on income age race or where you leave Mrs trump says finding a solution to the opioid crisis is something she cares deeply about especially when it comes to the negative effect on children.

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"us department education" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In Washington DC vice president Mike pence announced that twenty one people have tested positive for nineteen the captain apologized if people learned of the outbreak through the media he says they were not given advance notice of the announcement by the government officials at Ellie ex see hundreds of hand sanitizing stations have been set up at the airport to help stop the spread of germs we also have distributed more than five hundred and fifty hand sanitizers to our employees as well as does size hand sanitizers for office buildings L. A. X. interim CEO just bocce says they're also getting ready for financial hit we do know that so far in March airline seats are down almost five percent we expect concession revenue at les acts to be down as well he says TSA has reported the number of passengers screened on one day last week was down twenty percent compared to the same day last year classes at USC will be held on line Wednesday through Friday so the school can test its technical capabilities as a precaution of the virus continues to spread through the state there are no known cases of coronavirus at USC but the university has taken the precaution after California and Los Angeles county declares state of emergency the university will remain fully functional Wednesday through Friday dorms dining halls offices libraries health centres and recreation athletic facilities will be open as normal an Asian American boy in north Hollywood has filed a complaint against Walter Reed middle school thirteen year old delivery on says the school has done nothing after a teacher told him to go to the nurses office after he was coughing in class this was the first time that I've ever felt I was being treated differently for being Asian after it happened I said to my mom there are people who actually go through this every day and it's horrible it's not right and it should not be like that the lawsuit has been filed with the US department education civil rights office the complaint is asking for an investigation of how the school handled the conflict between the Riana and his teacher during the corona virus scare chief White House economist Larry Kudlow says the financial markets will calm down soon from the corona virus I don't know what the magnitude of the economy might be in terms of a slug we don't actually know but the magnitude of the virus is going to be although frankly so far it looks relatively contained Kudlow says.

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"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Leadership and voted against an impeachment inquiry any switch wouldn't turn control of the house over to the GOP but could prove symbolic we reached out to vendors office they have made no comment David Madden KYW newsradio this should be an important week in the house of representatives members are expected to vote to impeach the president of load expected to be as partisan as possible majority Democrats voting to impeach most if not all Republicans voting no and the president's team not getting ready for what happens after that when the issue moves to the Republican controlled Senate the president's top lawyer White House counsel Patsy Bologna and his top legislative affairs eight glue and they have been meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to strategize on the best way to approach this trial and we've learned that they will continue to meet throughout the next week correspondent Paul read one of the president's most dependable supporter senator Lindsey Graham we find ourselves at home and great conflict but I'm here to tell if you wonder what's going to happen in Washington impeachment will be over a probably by mid January personally I think president trouble come out of this stronger Tom Foley CBS news via the Pennsylvania higher education assistance agency has extended its lease for a call center in Chester for another year but will close the doors in December twenty twenty and transfer operations to other centers here's K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams the Chester T. a call center employee seventy seven and has been operational since late twenty twelve at the wharf at river town office complex on seaport Dr FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding.

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"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In voted against an impeachment inquiry any switch wouldn't turn control of the house over to the G. O. people could prove symbolic particularly if it comes near this week's expected vote on impeachment we reached out the managers office they've made no comment David Madden KYW newsradio and this could be an important week in the house of representatives members are to vote to impeach president trump mid week our vote expected to be as partisan as possible majority Democrats voting to impeach most if not all Republicans voting no and the president's team not getting ready for what happens after that when the issue moves to the Republican controlled Senate the president's top lawyer White House counsel Patsy Bologna and his top legislative affairs eight glue and they have been meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to strategize on the best way to approach this trial and we've learned that they will continue to meet throughout the next week correspondent Paul read one of the president's most dependable supporter senator Lindsey Graham we find ourselves at home and great conflict but I'm here to tell if you wonder what's going to happen in Washington impeachment will be over a probably by mid January personally on the present trouble come out of this stronger Tom forty CBS news via the Pennsylvania higher education assistance agency has extended its lease for a call center in Chester for another year but will close the doors in December twenty twenty then transfer operations to other centers Hey why W's mark Abrams report the Chester T. a call center employee seventy seven that has been operational since late twenty twelve at the wharf at river town office complex on seaport Dr FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding.

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"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding the future of that federal contract he says prompted the realignment of via call center operations and a plan to move those operations out of Chester by the end of next year new says employees are getting advance word so they can prepare to give as much notice as possible so they can plan accordingly we make sure that any employee in Chester has the ability to transfer to one of our other facilities that manages those calls and we also feel that there be a certain amount of attrition a call center so we we do feel of human impact we minimal this is the closest call center to the one here is in the Harrisburg area in Chester mark Abrams KYW newsradio the house of representatives is expected to vote to impeach president trump midweek vote expected to be as partisan as possible majority Democrats voting to impeach most if not all Republicans voting no and the president's team not getting ready for what happens after that when the issue moves to the Republican controlled Senate the president's top lawyer White House counsel Patsy Bologna and his top legislative affairs eight glue and they have been meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to strategize on the best way to approach this trial and we've learned that they will continue to meet throughout the next week correspondent Paul read one of the president's most dependable supporter senator Lindsey Graham we find ourselves at home and great conflict but I'm here to tell if you wonder what's going to happen in Washington impeachment will be over a probably by mid January personally on the present trouble come out of this stronger Tom Foley CBS news for intend millennials according to a pew research center poll now say they are religiously unaffiliated another national survey found some reasons why they may not return to the religious fold as we've seen with generations path many millennials now have spouses children and mortgages but there's little evidence of that corresponding surgeon religious interest the survey of more than twenty five hundred Americans by the American enterprise institute uncovered a few reasons why it found many millennials never had strong ties to religion to begin with that would make it easier to return to a religious community also young adults are increasingly likely to have a non religious battles helping to reinforce the secular view in changing views about the relationship between morality and religion they helped convince many young parents that religious institutions are irrelevant or unnecessary for their children I'm Barbara sack Google is now your password protected chrome's Lewis feature warns users if their username and password may have been compromised in the data breach of pop up will appear asking if they want to change their say passwords Google now cross check since users log in credentials against regularly updated database is a more than four billion usernames and passwords that may have been compromised the entries are collected from sources such as password Dobbs hackers responsible for data breaches on sites like Yahoo or linkedin sometimes both large databases of account user names and passwords on line I'm Joe Ramsey at least one person is known dead after a strong earthquake jolted the southern Philippines prompting people to rush out of shopping malls houses and other buildings in panic the Philippine institute of volcanology and seismology has the six point nine magnitude quake struck an area about three point seven miles north of the Dada town into Valdo slower province today's quake was set off by movement in a fall at a depth of eighteen miles with Val region has been hit by successive earthquakes in recent months causing deaths and injuries and damaging houses and other building a bank banded basically turns himself in on Facebook that story's ahead on KYW newsradio but now she sponsored by seven the key part is the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday list it's reusable and re loadable making it.

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"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hill road between Sudan and river road that's gonna go to about three PM this afternoon in the camera to be twenty four hour traffic center I'm a complaint after the third now a check of the eyewitness weather outlook here's CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen it'll be a quiet into our weekend Sunday's high will be right around forty seven degrees with a mix of sun and clouds expect a breezy afternoon though when guys could be as high as thirty miles an hour at times glad to be on the increase tonight as we drop down to thirty two for our overnight low Monday comes with a messy wintry mix you could custom travel problems out there expect snow to start things out and then a transition to that wintry mix of sleet snow maybe a little bit of freezing rain before we transition to all rain later on towards the evening hours and into the overnight as well high of thirty seven degrees tomorrow rain and fifty on Tuesday sunshine though and colder on Wednesday with a high of thirty eight as we get to Thursday expects that China hi thirty right now it's overcast here at the broadcast center forty four degrees only inching up to forty six this afternoon the Pennsylvania higher education assistance agency has extended its lease for a call center in Chester for another year it says it will close those doors in December next and transfer operations elsewhere years K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams the Chester the a call center employee seventy seven and has been operational since late twenty twelve at the wharf at river town office complex on seaport Dr FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding the future of that federal contract he says prompted the realignment of via call center operations and a plan to move those operations out of Chester by the end of next year.

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"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"us department education" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"FIA spokesman Keith news says the center primarily handles federal student loan clients under contract with US department education uncertainties regarding the future of that federal contract he says prompted the realignment of fear call center operations and a plan to move those operations out of Chester by the end of next year new says employees are getting advance word so they can prepare to give as much notice as possible so we can plan accordingly we make sure that any employee in Chester has the ability to transfer to one of our other facilities that manages those calls and we also feel that there be a certain amount of attrition a call center so we we do feel of human impact we minimal this is the closest call center to the one here is in the Harrisburg area in Chester mark Abrams KYW newsradio the house of representatives is expected to vote to impeach president trump midweek upload expected to be as partisan as possible majority Democrats voting to impeach most if not all Republicans voting no and the president's team not getting ready for what happens after that when the issue moves to the Republican controlled Senate the president's top lawyer White House counsel Patsy Bologna and his top legislative affairs eight glue and they have been meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to strategize on the best way to approach this trial and we've learned that they will continue to meet throughout the next week correspondent Paul read one of the president's most dependable supporter senator Lindsey Graham we find ourselves at home and great conflict but I'm here to tell if you wonder what's going to happen in Washington impeachment will be over a probably by mid January personally on the present trouble come out of this stronger Tom Foley CBS news four in ten millennial supporting to a few research center poll now say they are religiously unaffiliated another national survey found some reasons why they may not return to the religious fold as we've seen in generations past many millennials now have spouses children and mortgages but there's little evidence of the corresponding surgeon religious interest the survey of more than twenty five hundred Americans by the American enterprise institute uncovered a few reasons why it found many millennials never had strong ties to religion to begin with that would make it easier to return to a religious community also young adults are increasingly likely to have a non religious battles helping to reinforce a secular view in changing views about the relationship between morality and religion they helped convince many young parents that religious institutions are irrelevant or unnecessary for their children I'm Barbara sack Google is now your password protected chrome's Lewis feature warns users that their username and password may have been compromised in the data breach of pop up will appear asking if they want to change their say passwords Google now cross check since users log in credentials against regularly updated database is a more than four billion usernames and passwords that may have been compromised the entries are collected from sources such as password Dobbs hackers responsible for data breaches on sites like Yahoo or linkedin sometimes both large databases of account user names and passwords on line I'm Joe Ramsey a strong earthquake has jolted the southern Philippines prompting people to rush out of shopping malls houses and other buildings in panic the Philippine institute of volcanology and seismology this the six point nine magnitude quake struck an area about three point seven miles north of a dot a town in Davao del sur province today's quake was set off by movement in a fault and the depth of eighteen miles officials of not immediately.

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"us department education" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Went to trial trending stories on WBBM newsradio dot com a family on Chicago's northwest side will come to a shocking sight this morning a swastika and the word **** painted on their garage CBS two reports the hateful vandalism in the thirty two hundred block of north can it happened on the eve of Yom Kippur the holiest day on the Jewish calendar and the university of Illinois at Chicago is received a nearly four million dollar grant from the US department education will allow the university to further its work supporting early childhood education and to prepare early childhood educators clear skies fifty eight degrees WBBM news time nine forty six now sports and Dave Carter we start with baseball anti where the Tampa Bay rays are trying to finish off Houston there in the top of the ninth inning four to one is the rays lead in game four of this American League division series Tampa looking to tie it up he scored three off of Justin Berliner in the first inning Tommy family Homer in RBIs for Travis d'arnaud and Joey Wendell William Thomas added a home run in the fourth Robinson Chirinos going deep for the Astros in the eighth but it's been Tampa bay's game thus far but again they've got to get the outs required in the ninth inning to at least assure themselves of a fifth game bulls will play game two of their pre season at home tomorrow night New Orleans coming to town and that means I in Williamson the Blackhawks not practicing today back on the ice tomorrow San Jose coming to the United center to start the home schedule on Thursday and the sharks are now all in for after losing at Nashville tonight five to to the final the sharks also have re signed forward Patrick Marleau who will course was with the sharks for a long time went to Toronto spent the last two seasons with the Leafs now he's back in San Jose the sharks in need of scoring and the Chicago fire making it official today as they head back to Soldier Field leaving bridge view where they've been since two thousand six heading back the Soldier Field and will play their home opener next March twenty first against Atlanta United sports at sixteen and forty six after each hour on your home of the bears Dave Kerner newsradio seven eighty one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time nine forty eight check of traffic and weather together on the H. now with Abby Ryan in down the U. P. Westling train schedule drive the ogle the transportation center at ten twenty three still running behind schedule forty five minutes late to do earlier mechanical failure I'll eat in nineteen inbound nineteen south bound forty one heavy the right lane closed clay vita the even spare because until five AM Kennedy up on twenty that's clear inbound take from Cumberland a Harlem road work in the left lane twenty six from the airport in ten coming in from the eight inch junction if you're on the Eisenhower outbound clear and bounded thirty one Hey from Ashland Jane Byrne eighteen coming in from Mannheim Stevenson thirty and thirty out twenty two and from the tristate lake shore drive I fifty five on will county that also looks good Ryan and I fifty seven inbound and outbound between I eighty five south bound I fifty seven past eighty it is take from route thirty to Sauk trail you've got that road work in the right lane bishop Ford at looking good in and out bouncing from lake shore drive north and south of clear tollways northbound tristate to ninety the Bensenville Bridge Road work in the two left lanes Reagan eighty eighty eastbound slow through the ongoing road work from route fifty six the Aurora toll plaza northwest Indiana not bad the traffic and weather together on the H. every ten minutes on these radio seven eighty one of five point and if I'm clear skies the remainder of this evening a low down to forty nine degrees tomorrow should be a nice day with sunshine and highs ranging from sixty.

"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dollars at work and that's the other woman this to the client you filed with the United States government correct yes it is the spring Burr tax dollars and work fighting against spring borough parents to prevent access to videos of crimes that a clerk occurred in the spring borough classroom right right in there say you don't deserve to see that if your child is the victim of a crime right so the US department education I think that where this comes into because I know you fight you you issued a complaint with them too is that you're saying that because they receive federal money that this is where now the United States government is and should be involved with us and what you're looking for remedy looking for from the feds so so legally am under for but you don't have a private right of. action for a for a violation so our remedies to file a complaint with the department of education which is what we've done and then the department of education steps and investigates the situation and determines whether there was a violation so end and also the department education can order that those those records be turned over so that's the remedy that we're seeking there okay gotcha so at some point the sun is gonna break your eventual the case moves forward the date are they looking to settle this thing to make it go it because typically in on assessments are big part of the law but if your spring growing you're looking to make the single way isn't the easiest way to just pay you off. I well you know that's that's of course the decision that they get to make sure that they have well if they can offer you don't know right right from the beginning my my parents have been interested in in in seeing real changes within the school district to ensure this doesn't happen again to their child or to any other child and another component of that as well is my parents should not have to pay out of pocket for counseling for their children counseling is not cheap and a lot of insurance companies do not pay for counseling and are they paying for right now the counseling themselves absolutely yes yes my parents are paying out of pocket and to the extent they're able I mean you know not everyone is able to drop three hundred Bucks twice a month for counseling it's expensive and you know date date that this is a very important time period for getting help for their two because if you don't have the means to be able to pay six hundred dollars or more a month for treatment for your child it the problem just gets worse it's like that that the child is has a sickness and illness and the longer you let it go the worse it's going to get it compounds absolutely and you know the child is having to go to school every single day and back today Jim back to the surroundings of an trigger all those things once again and and let me get this straight the spring our schools on I'm not gonna look at their website or the master but I guess it has something to do with Hey every child matters and we are the best to her percent success and we we love the kids and everything we do is for the children and yet at the same time they're they're basically punishing these children and making got their hell even more because of the refusal Merrin actions with and any other some children that that are struggling on a daily basis just to get into the building she's you know we've got we've got numerous children with with anxiety they're having a hard time getting through the school day ends you we we have not seen in the last several months a willingness by the districts to even work through those issues provide a. combinations of these children just to help them grow educationally and so yeah I mean the the the story on their website and and what the trumpets to the community is in every child matters yeah scores every job and unless it's in our own special is self interest to write it goes against that mission statement well I wish all the best I'm glad you can come on in in trying some light on this thing to I'll tell you what we'll get this up on my as a separate pockets because if you live or no people in spring bro the best thing is to share this information out there in you know these are the things for parents get together in the shop to school board meetings PTA meetings standard from the school with signs and shame them into doing the right thing and sadly this isn't about what happened educationally this has to do with crimes against first grade Carlson mean how can you stand behind it so you're fighting for kids is about the kids while you're victimized and then March it's actually since was Angie all the best thank for coming this morning because he hadn't take care we'll get a time out in news on the way seven hundred W. all the news radio seven hundred W. L. W. president trump comes out swinging this weekend on the Democrats time Matt re seven hundred WLW dot com we're fighting to drain the swamp and that's exactly what I'm doing and you see why we have to do it because our country is at stake like never before it's all very simple they're trying to stop me because I'm fighting for you in a video posted on Twitter Saturday president trump attacked Democrats over the impeachment investigation the Democrats want to take away your guns they want to take away your healthcare they want to take away your vote they want to take away your freedom they want to take away your judges they want to take away everything we can never let this happen it appears Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is one of the people who were to president trump to release the transcripts notes of his call with the leader of the Ukraine the Democrat led house has.

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"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dollars at work and that's the other on this to the client you filed with the United States government correct yes it is the spring vertex sellers and work fighting against spring borough parents to prevent access to videos of crimes that a clerk occurred in the spring borough classroom right right in there say you don't deserve to see that if your child is the victim of a crime right so the US department education I think that where this comes into because I know you fight you you issued a complaint with them too is that the you're saying that because they receive federal money that this is where now the United States government as infants should be involved with us and what you're looking for remedy looking for from the feds so so legally am under for but you don't have a private right of. action for a for a violation so our remedies to file a complaint with the department of education which is what we've done and then the department of education steps and investigates the situation and determines whether there was a violation so end in also the department of education can order that those those records be turned over so that's the remedy that we're seeking there okay gotcha so at some point it is some is gonna break your eventual the case moves forward the date are they looking to settle this thing to make it go it because typically in on assessments are big part of the law but if your spring growing you're looking to make the single way is in the easiest way to just pay you off. I well you know that's that's of course the decision that they get to make sure that they have well I making offer you don't have right right from the beginning my my parents have been interested in in in seeing real changes within the school district to ensure this doesn't happen again to their child or to any other child and another component of that as well is my parents should not have to pay out of pocket for counseling for their children counseling is not cheap and a lot of insurance companies do not pay for counseling and are they paying for right now the council themselves absolutely yes yes my parents are paying out of pocket into the center able I mean you know not everyone is able to drop three hundred Bucks twice a month for counseling it's expensive and you know they they they this is a very important time period for getting help for their time because if you don't have the means to be able to pay six hundred dollars or more a month for treatment for your child the problem just gets worse it's like that that the child is has a sickness and illness and the longer you let it go the worse it's going to get it compounds absolutely and you know the child is having to go to school every single day and back today Jim back to the surroundings of in trigger all those things once again and and let me get this straight the spring our schools and I'm not gonna look at their website of the master but I guess it has something to do with Hey every child matters and we want the best a higher percent success and we we love the kids and everything we do is for the children and yet at the same time they're they're they actually punishing these children and making got their hell even more because of the refusal Merrin actions without any any other some children that that are struggling on a daily basis just to get into the building she's you know we've got we've got numerous children with with anxiety they're having a hard time getting through the school day ends you we we have not seen in the last several months a willingness by the districts to even work through those issues provide a. combinations of these children just to help them grow educationally and so yeah I mean the the the story on their website and and what the trumpets to the community is in every child matters of course every job and unless it's in our own special is self interest to write it goes against that mission statement well I wish all the best I'm glad you can come on in in transom light on this thing to I'll tell you what we'll get this up on my as separate pockets because if you live or no people in spring borough the best thing is to share this information out there in you know these are the things were parents get together and they show up to school board meetings PTA meetings stand in front of school was signs and shame them into doing the right thing and sadly this isn't about what happened educationally this has to do with crimes against first grade girls I mean how can you stand behind it so you're fighting for kids is about the kids while you're victimized and then March it's actually since was Angie all the best thank for coming in this morning today so you have to take care we'll get a time out in news on the way seven hundred W. on his radio seven hundred W. L. W. whistleblower questions continue in Washington I'm Jack Crumley seven hundred W. O. W. dot com house speaker Nancy Pelosi is claiming the whistle blower complaint shows the White House attempted to cover up president trump's attempt at getting Ukraine to take up political dirt on Joe Biden he didn't abuse of an electronic record system designed to store classified sensitive national security information which the White House used to hide information of a political nature this is the cover the speaker said by ordering the recording of the conversation between president trump and Ukraine's president moved to a different server shows they knew the conversation was inappropriate and they were trying to hide it policy announced earlier in the week that she starting an impeachment inquiry against president trump she said she has not changed her position on impeachment and their goal before and now are to get the facts acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire is been answering questions by the house intelligence committee about that whistle blower complaint today his testimony involves the president's phone call with the press. an interview crane the complaint was submitted to the Intel community's inspector general acquire says that he followed proper procedure in delaying the submission of the report to Congress and the judge just signed to hear the case against the el Paso Walmart mass shooting suspect has pulled herself off the case the trial of Patrick cruise yes has been handed to the three hundred forty sixty District Court presided over by and she wore as were real cruise yes is accused of shooting nearly fifty people killing twenty two at the el Paso Walmart on August third a crime that's touched thousands of lives including that of judge barille she knew one of the murder victims she also was running for the Texas court of appeals and if she wins might have to step down before the end of the cruise his trial for.

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"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dollars at work and that's the other woman this to the client you filed with the United States government correct yes it is the spring Burr tax dollars and work fighting against spring borough parents to prevent access to videos of crimes that a clerk occurred in the spring borough classroom right right in there say you don't deserve to see that if your child is the victim of a crime right so the US department education I think that where this comes into because I know you fight you you issued a complaint with them too is that the you're saying that because they receive federal money that this is where now the United States government is and should be involved with us and what you're looking for remedy looking for from the feds so so legally am under for but you don't have a private right of. action for a for a violation so our remedy is to file a complaint with the department of education which is what we've done and then the department of education steps and investigates the situation and determines whether there was a violation so end in also the department of education can order that those those records be turned over so that's the remedy that we're seeking there okay gotcha so at some point it's it's some it's gonna break your eventual the case moves forward the date are they looking to settle this thing to make it go it because typically in on assessments are big part of the law but if your spring growing you're looking to make the single way is in the easiest way to just pay you off. I well you know that's that's of course the decision that they get to make sure that they have well I made his offer you don't know right right from the beginning my A. M. my parents have been interested in in in seeing real changes within the school district to ensure this doesn't happen again to their child or to any other child and another component of that as well is my parents should not have to pay out of pocket for counseling for their children tell thing is not cheap and a lot of insurance companies do not pay for counseling and are they paying for right now the counseling themselves absolutely yes yes my parents are paying out of pocket into the center able I mean you know not everyone is able to drop three hundred Bucks twice a month for counseling it's expensive and you know date date this is a very important time period for getting help for their time because if you don't have the means to be able to pay six hundred dollars or more a month for treatment for your child it the problem just gets worse it's like that that the child is has a sickness and illness and the longer you let it go the worse it's going to get it compounds absolutely and you know the child is having to go to school every single day and back today Jim back to the surroundings of an trigger all those things once again and and let me get this straight the spring our schools and I'm not gonna look at their website of the master but I guess it has something to do with Hey every child matters and we are the best to her percent success and we we love the kids and everything we do is for the children and yet at the same time they're they're basically punishing these children and making got their hell even more because of the refusal Merrin actions with absolutely and any other some children that that are struggling on a daily basis just to get into the building she's you know we've got we've got numerous children with with anxiety they're having a hard time getting through the school day ends you we we have not seen in the last several months a willingness by the districts to even work through those issues provide a. combinations of these children just to help them grow educationally and so yeah I mean the the the story on their website and and what the trumpets to the community is in every child matters yeah scores every job and unless it's in our own special as self interested right it goes against that mission statement well I wish all the best I'm glad you can come on in in transom light on this thing to I'll tell you what we'll get this up on my as separate pockets because if you live or no people in spring bro the best thing is to share this information out there in you know these are the things for parents get together and they show up to school board meetings PTA meetings stand in front of school was signs and shame them into doing the right thing and sadly this isn't about what happened educationally this has to do with crimes against first grade girls I mean how can you stand behind it so you're fighting for kids is about the kids well you're victimized and then March it's actually senseless anti all the best thank for coming this morning good to see you have to take care we'll get a time out in news on the way seven hundred W. autobody..

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"us department education" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on WSB-AM

"She hurled an expletive at the president on their winning. Now Representative proceeded to leave is speaking out exclusively to local four and doubling down. I think, you know, President Trump has mess. Sure. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Welcome back to the third hour of the show dealers on Twitter official dental ash on. All right. So. I don't know where I wanna go this. I have a couple of there's some things I haven't even gotten to yet. Including. What do I even start? Let's because I I wanna get to this comment from Martina, Nara Naveh. Ooh. Now have to Lova I like her and I want to properly because she weighed in on that on the men woman thing and all that stuff and get an all that. But let's I'm going to get into that actually after this story. So campus reform has this piece where John street second oldest women's college. Now accepts accepts transgender students. Now, okay. Like, I said previously. I don't care what you do in your personal life. I think that liking green day, for instance, because they're not punk, and they're horrible. It's this horrible. I mean, I don't know if I could be friends with you. I know I can be friends with anybody over anything unless you think I should be disarmed or you listen to green day in which case, or if you have, you know, an irrational hatred of the amazing manna from heaven that is the cranberry jelly in the ocean, spray cranberry jelly can. But I don't care what you do and your private life. Except those things you're wrong on this. I don't care what you doing your private life. It's when you start forcing people to. Like if you wanna call yourself. The Queen of Sheba in your private life. That's totally fine. When you try to force everyone else to do it like at work, and, you know, just in everyday everything, then you're trying to alter everyone else's perception and reality, and you're also infringing upon their speech and association as well. And that's where you're right then. And this makes me think of this headline the second oldest women's college accepting transgender students because now they're going to accept applications from what they say are non binary and transgender students for enrollment in the fall twenty nineteen semester. So basically, it's no longer a women's college. It's now just a college. No longer a women's college. So there you have it. It is Stevens college in Columbia, Missouri. It's a woman's college. And they are now going to accept admission applications for men. It takes the new policy is gonna take effect beginning fall twenty nineteen and it Ribes not long after the Trump administration's proposed proposed changes to title nine which would not legally defined gender. Thus limiting one's gender identity to that to that of the sex assigned to them at birth male or female assigned to them at birth. You were born with a one or the other whichever one you got you were not assigned it unless you know, you're talking about I what sex review assigned at birth. Just pause on that phrase for a minute. The Lord assigned to me with this. You know, it's what does that? Even mean, you you were that's what you were given by science scientifically, you have these chromosomes got assigned them to you. You're these chromosomes, this, anatomy, etc. Anyway, they don't under- when title nine is is is is if implemented under they don't know what impact that could have on this new policy at Stevens college. So the US department education department and Stevens college, they didn't talk. To campus reform. But this is what the Email read quote admission and continued enrollment in Stevens colleges undergraduate residential program will be restricted exclusively to women including students who are legally identified as female and who self identify as women. Students who document an ongoing transition to female and who self identify as women and students who are legally identified as female, but you not fit within the gender binary. What it would just be so much easier. Stevens college could save themselves so much time and really word count. If they just said, we're opening it up to dudes. Because can can we just go through this for some sorry, legally identified as female and who self identify as female. Who are going during ongoing transition or who self identify? They say self identify as women twice. Those who are in legally identified as female, but do not fit within the gender binary. What? What? And they said that transgender and non binary students who who apply quote will be required to prove that they identify and live as women are legal documentation, according to an explainer. They said the world's understanding of indefinite of womanhood is changing I have to stop there because no it's not. And I think that is one of the most sexist damn things I've ever read in my entire life. And forgive me for a moment. But a college named after a man telling women that our definition of who we are as changing sit the hell down. Go mow the lawn Saint Stephen's. Stephen's college rather this this? I just I don't know. I this whole thing. And I do think that that is by all joking and facetious Ness aside. I think that that is accessed because the definition of womanhood isn't changing, you're stealing something from women your appropriating something from us and you're stealing. You're you're trying to redefine who we are. And people are trying to redefine who we are in these people don't even understand how that is defined. They are strictly going on so many cosmetic things, and it's so much more than that. And they said that because continuing quote because the college has expanded its definition of womanhood to include both sexes and genders. It's logically consistent that it also acknowledges both sex and gender in its definition of manhood. So current students are transitioning into meals will be permitted to finish their current semesters. After that, they will no longer be eligible to enroll in class. But they're still it's a chicken, dude college. Now, it's no longer a women's college. So then Why's anybody restricted at all even after I don't get it. Because clearly they're now saying they're inclusive write their inclusive with well. Here's where it's weird. Here's where it gets even weirder. Casper Ramirez is a woman who identifies as a male. And she goes to Stevens college. And she says I like the trans women are allowed here. And they also accept that non binary is the thing she goes. But if they were applied that the this policy today, I would definitely be denied. I would probably have to find a new college, which is really upsetting. Because I love it here. Because she's a woman who identifies as a man. I don't I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. So wait. So someone's education has to suffer because of whatever sex. They are or feel like they are. Yes, basically, you can't go there. So you so this is how it is. If you it's it's only if you identify as a woman. Or a woman. But then their definition of woman isn't really what you think it is. So it's if it's a few identifies a woman, then you can go there, if you are a woman, and you identify as a man you can't go there. But you are a woman you can't go there. We can't go there. It's few identifies a man, but what if your gender fluid like what if one day you identifies? A man can you not go to school that day? Oh, man. Good point. Yeah. What do you do? What do you do take vacation from all female stuff that they do you like it an out on homework that was the day? Sorry, professor. There was actually the day that identified as a male gender fluids snot gonna work for me. So you can't actually count that. And world. Yeah. It well seriously though, there's I've because I'm looking at this. Isn't gender fluidity part of the non binary thing right for real the legit. Like what if you? Have a paper do, but you want to identify no for this week identified as a man. So when you assign this this was not applicable to me. So I can't take this assignment. This is too much or what if you get in trouble? Because you got a bad grade. Then you could come back. It'd be like that was actually the day that identified as a male. So I need to retake it identified as as a female because I'm gender fluid. Hey, who are you to judge rules are out the window? By the way. Okay. One more thing question. We're going to move on. Do you know how many languages have male and female pronouns? No. And even like in French, and Spanish and other languages. There are certain even now I don't mean pronouns, I mean, nouns, male and female where you have like, you know. Lay in LA and all this other stuff that denotes whether that particular, that's you now is male or female cetera. How does that work when you talk about because I'm sure they also have rules on miss gender into. How does that work? How did this language even languages even work anymore? Doesn't wouldn't L and French LA LA? How does it even work? We don't have to work in ses. And what is that in French and Spanish? I don't need to understand that at Stevens college because I would the mail on that day. So now that was this. None of this is applicable to me for real. I mean, I'm wondering if that's like even possible to do we have in addition to this story. Also, Chris rock does not. He does not repeat does not want to host the Oscars. He is not interested. He goes if it was five years ago, I could say something really offensive and funny right now, but I can't do that anymore. So, hey. So true that sad. But true, I really want someone to host it and just brazenly light them up rhetorically light all these people up rhetorically. That's what I want to happen. Yeah. He doesn't want to host it who would you who would be thinking about this who would be your alternate Oscars host think about this. Why tell you about patriot Melba, which is the phone service that you could be using to tell me about who.

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"us department education" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On news ninety six point five g hurled an expert at the president. Now, Representative Rashida Toby is speaking out exclusively to local four and doubling down. I think President Trump has. Sure. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Welcome back to the third hour this show. Twitter official Dana lash on. All right. So. I don't know where I wanna go with this. I have a couple of there's some things I haven't even gotten to yet. Including. What do I even start? Let's because I I want to get to this comment from Martina, Nara Naveh. Ooh. Have to Lova I like her new improperly because she waited on that on the men woman thing and all that stuff and all that. But let's I'm going to get into that actually after this story so campus reform has this piece where John street second oldest women's college. Now accepts accepts transgender students. Now. Okay. Like, I said previously. I don't care what you do and your personal life. I think that liking green day, for instance, because they're not punk, and they're horrible. This is horrible. I mean, I don't know if I could be friends with you. I know I can be friends with anybody over anything unless you think I should be disarmed or you listen to Green Bay in which case or if you have an irrational hatred of the amazing manna from heaven that is the cranberry jelly in the ocean, spray cranberry jelly can. But I don't care what you do and your private life except those things. You're wrong on those. I don't care what you junior private life. It's when you start forcing people to. Like if you wanna call yourself. The Queen of Sheba in your private life. That's totally fine. When you try to force everyone else to do it like at work, and, you know, just in everyday everything, then you're trying to alter everyone else's perception and reality, and you're also infringing upon their speech association as well. And that's where your rights end. And this makes me think of this headline the second oldest women's college accepting transgender students because now they're going to accept applications from what they say are non binary and transgender students for enrollment in the fall twenty nineteen semester. So basically, it's no longer a women's college. It's now just a college. No longer a women's college. So very habit. It is Stevens college in Columbia, Missouri. Women's college. And they are now going to accept admission applications for men. It takes the new policy is gonna take effect beginning fall two thousand nineteen and it Ribes not long after the Trump administration's proposed proposed changes to title nine which would not legally defined gender. Thus limiting one's gender identity to that to that of the sex assigned to them at birth male or female assigned to them at birth. You were born. One or the other whichever one you got you were not assigned it unless you know, you're talking about I what sex review is signed at birth. Just pause on that phrase for a minute the Lord assigned to me with this. You know, it's what does that? Even mean, you you were that's what you were given by science scientifically, you have these chromosomes got assigned them to you these chromosomes. This anatomy cetera. Anyway, they don't under- when title nine is is is is if implemented they don't under. They don't know what impact that can have on this new policy at Stephens college. So the US department education department Stevens college, they didn't talk. To campus reform. But this is what the Email read quote admission and continued enrollment in Stevens colleges undergraduate residential program will be restricted exclusively to women including students who are legally identified as female and who self identify as women. Students who document and ongoing transition to female and who self identify as women and students who are legally identified as female, but you not fit within the gender binary. You know, what it would just be so much easier? Stevens college could save themselves so much time and really word count. If they just said, we're opening it up to dudes. Because can can we just go through this for just I'm sorry? Legally identified as female and who self identify as female. Who are going through an ongoing transition or who self identify? They say self identify as women twice. Those who are in legally identified as female. But do not fit within the gender binary. What? And they said that transgender and non binary students who who apply quote will be required to prove that they identify and live as women are legal documentation, according to an explainer. They say the world's understanding of indefinite of womanhood is changing I have to stop there because no it's not. And I think that is one of the most sexist damn things I've ever read in my entire life. And forgive me for a moment. But a college named after a man telling women that our definition of who we are as changing sit the hell down. Go mow the lawn Saint Stephen's. Stephen's college rather this this? I just I don't know. I this whole thing. And I do think that that is by the way, all joking and facetious aside. I think that that is accessed because the definition of womanhood isn't changing, you're stealing something from women your appropriating something from us and you're stealing. You're you're trying to redefine who we are. And people are trying to redefine who we are in these people don't even understand how that is defined. They are strictly going on so many cosmetic things, and it's so much more than that. And they said that because continuing quote because the college has expanded its definition of womanhood to include both sexes genders. It's logically consistent that it also acknowledges both sex and gender in its definition of manhood. So current students are transitioning into meals will be permitted to finish their current semesters. After that, they will no longer be eligible to enroll in class. But they're still it's a chicken, dude college. Now, it's no longer a women's college. So then Why's anybody restricted at all even after I don't get it. Because clearly they're now saying they're inclusive write their inclusive with well. Here's where it's weird. Here's where it gets even weirder. Casper Ramirez is a woman who identifies as a male. As she goes to Stevens college. And she says I like that trans women are allowed here. And they also accept that non binary is the thing she goes. But if they were applied that the this policy today, I would definitely be denied. I would probably have to find a new college, which is really upsetting. Because I love it here. Because.

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"us department education" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"us department education" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dino show. I'm sorry. Not sorry. Sorry. The shows that I turned down in order to speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself data that I could tell you giving you the facts and natural right? Is a right. You have as a free American. It is not up for debate up for discussion up for abridgement, nor compromise nor rollback in any form. Listen live around the world. Are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen, and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever. I want to if you're a subject you go on a Nubia subject. I'm a citizen the Dana show. She hurled an expert at the president. Now, Representative Rashida Khalid is speaking out exclusively to local four and doubling down. I think, you know, President Trump has his match. Sure. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Welcome back to this. Third hour of the show on Twitter. Official Dana lash on. All right. So. Don't know where I wanna go this. I have a couple of there's some things I haven't even gotten to yet. Including. What do I even start? Let's because I I want to get to this comment from Martina, Nara Naveh. Ooh. Now to Lova I like her and I want to new properly because she waited on that on the men woman thing and all that stuff, and we're gonna get an all that. But let's I'm going to get into that actually after this story so campus reform has this piece where by John street, second oldest women's college. Now accepts accepts transgender students. Now, okay. Like, I said previously. I don't care what you do in your personal life. I think that liking green day, for instance, because they're not punk, and they're horrible. It's horrible. I mean, I don't know if I could be friends with you. I know I can be friends with anybody over anything unless you think I should be disarmed or you listen to green day in which case or if you have. Irrational hatred of the amazing manna from heaven. That is the cranberry jelly in the ocean, spray cranberry jelly can. But I don't care what you do and your private life. Except those things you're wrong on those. I don't care what you do in your private life. It's when you start forcing people to. Like if you wanna call yourself. The Queen of Sheba in your private life. That's totally fine. When you try to force everyone else to do it like at work, and you know, just in every day, everything, then you're trying to alter everyone else's perception and reality, and you're also infringing upon their speech and association as well. And that's where your rights end. This makes me think of this headline the second oldest women's college accepting transgender students because now there are going to accept applications from what they say are non binary and transgender students for enrollment in the fall twenty nine hundred semester. So basically, it's no longer a women's college. It's now just a college. It's no longer a women's college. So there you have it. It is Stevens college in Columbia, Missouri. And it's a woman's college. And they are now going to accept admission applications for men. It takes the new policy is going to take effect beginning fall two thousand nineteen. And it Ribes not long after the Trump administration's proposed proposed changes to title nine which would not legally defined gender. Thus limiting one's gender identity to that to that of the sex assigned to them at birth male or female assigned to them at birth. You were born with a one or the other whichever one you got you were not assigned it unless you know, you're talking about I what sex assigned at birth. Can I just pause on that phrase for a minute? The Lord assigned to me with this. You know? You know, it's what does that? Even mean, you you were that's what you were given by science scientifically, you have these chromosomes got assigned them to you. You're these chromosomes, this, anatomy, etc. Anyway, they don't under- when title nine is is is is if implemented under they don't know what impact that can have on this new policy at Stevens college. So the US department education department and Stevens college, they didn't talk. To campus reform. But this is what the Email read quote admission and continued enrollment in Stevens colleges undergraduate residential program will be restricted exclusively to women including students who are legally identified as female and who self identify as women. Students who document and ongoing transition to female and who self identify as women and students who are legally dentist female, but you not fit within the gender binary. You know, what it would just be so much easier? Stevens college could save themselves so much time and really word count. If they just said, we're opening it up to dudes. Because can can we just go through this for? I'm sorry. Legally identified as female and who self identify as female. Who are going through an ongoing transition or who self identify? They say self identify as women twice. Those who are legally identified as female. But do not fit within the gender binary. What? And they said that transgender and non binary students who who apply quote will be required to prove that they identify and live as women are legal documentation, according to an explainer. They said the world's understanding of and definition of womanhood is changing I have to stop there because no it's not. And I think that is one of the most sexist damn things I've ever read in my entire life. And forgive me for a moment. But a college named after a man telling women that our definition of who we are as changing sit the hell down. Go mow the lawn Saint Stephen's. Stephen's college rather this this? I just I don't know. I this whole thing. And I do think that that is by the way, all joking and physicians no society. I think that that is accessed because the definition of womanhood isn't changing you're stealing something from women your appropriating something from us in you're stealing. You're you're trying to redefine who we are. And people are trying to redefine who we are. These people don't even understand how that is defined. They are strictly going on so many cosmetic things in. It's so much more than that. And they said that because continuing quote because the college has expanded its definition of womanhood to include both sexes genders. It's logically consistent that it also acknowledges both sex and gender in its definition of manhood. So current students are transitioning into meals will be permitted to finish their current semesters. After that, they will no longer be eligible to enroll class. But they're still it's a chicken, dude college. Now, it's no longer a women's college. So then Why's anybody restricted at all even after I don't get it. Because clearly they're now saying they're inclusive write their inclusive with well. Here's where it's weird. Here's work. It's even weirder. Casper Ramirez is a woman who identifies as a male. And she goes to Stevens college. And she says I like that trans women are allowed here. And they also accept that non binary is a thing. She goes. But if they were apply that the this policy today, I would definitely be denied. I would probably have to find a new college, which is really upsetting. Because I love it here. Because she's a woman who identifies as a man. I don't I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. So wait. So one's education has to suffer because of whatever sex. They are or feel like they are. Yes, basically, we can't go there. So you so this is how it is. If you it's it's only if you identify as a woman. Or a woman. But then their definition of woman isn't really what you think it is. So it's if it's a few identifies a woman, then you can go there are a woman, and you identify as a man you can't go there. But you are a woman you can't go there. Just I can't go there. Let's few identifies a man, but what if your gender fluid like what if one day you identifies? A man can you not go to school that day? Oh, man. Good point. What do you do take vacation from all female stuff? Do you? Like, it an out on homework that was the day. Sorry, professor that was actually the day that identified as a male gender fluids. Yeah. It's not gonna work for me. So you can actually count. That. Bizarro world. Yeah. Well, seriously, though, there's because I'm looking at this. Isn't gender fluidity part of the non binary thing right for real the legit. Like what if you? Have a paper due, but you know, for this week identified as a man. So when you assign this this was not applicable to me. So I can't take this assignment. This is too much or what if you get in trouble? Because you got a bad grade. Then you could come back and be like that was actually the day that identified as a male. So I need to retake it identified as as a female because I'm gender fluid. Hey, who are you to judge rules are out the window? By the way. Okay. One more thing question. We're gonna move on. Do you know how many languages have male or female pronouns? No, even like in French, and Spanish and other languages. There are certain even now I don't mean pronouns, I mean, nouns, male and female where you have like, you know. Les and law and all this other stuff that denotes whether that particular that's now is male or female cetera. How does that work when you talk because I'm sure they also have roles on miss gender into how does that work? How did those language even languages even working anymore? It doesn't wouldn't l and French LA LA. How does it even work? We don't have to work in is. And what is that in French and Spanish? I don't need to understand that at Stevens college because I would identify as a male on that day. So now that was this. None of this is applicable to me for real. I mean, I'm wondering if that's like even possible to do we have in addition to this story. Also, Chris rock does not. He does not repeat does not want to host the Oscars. He is not interested. He goes if it was five years ago, I could say symptom really offensive and funny right now, but I can't do that anymore. So, hey. So true that sad. But true, I really want someone to host it and just brazenly light them up rhetorically light all these people rhetorically that's what I want to happen. Yeah. He doesn't want to host it who would you who would be thinking about this who would be your alternate Oscars host think about this. Why tell you about patriot Melba, which is the phone service that you could be using to tell me about who you would be your favorite your ultimate Oscars house, stop using your cell phone to fun progressive issues. It's so easy to switch to patriot mobile because see patriot mobile since a portion of your monthly Bill to conservative organizations that fight to protect the rights that you vote to protect and also the policies that you voted for things like strong border security and gun rights, and so on and so forth right with your big mobile cell phone service. Now, you know, they're giving money to Planned Parenthood and amnesty programs. I'm not saying this like it's literally in black and white because there are actual receipts. Not like, you know beyond say saying, Bruce.

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"us department education" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"us department education" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"National press club is how did you do it somebody has some how did you do it and he he's brought with them to props one is the manhattan phone book and he said these are the ncaa rules and regulations he drops them there's a fudd then he reaches and it was pocket he has the 10 commandments he goes these these basic rules word pretty well for me and uh and i think it's that i think it's that i i you know i'm sorry i had to go through the the land the vice presidents and getting rid of him but boy what an important lesson for even the owner to learn exactly all right let's talk about let's talk about the government and let's talk about first things out there that as an entrepreneur you wish might be different if you were getting to talk to the next future president of the united states about what might be impediments to growth what might help you and your forces relates to benefits what would you tell him the government is a fairer the gia earlier of job creators the government should be look you have you run the united states of america the officer should be look at high we support and hand and make it alive atr of people creating jobs accepted as people and people who work enough operate how to make their lives better that occurred bay is all about how do we can call i report a bear holiday things more difficult how do we pack to create a giant centralized behemoth entity quicker never envisioned by our founding fathers detonated a million people that work the executive branch it w i think our founding fathers arroyo overt are great for the majan what we just learned from you because this i think this applies to public and private sector the bigger stuff gets in the more vice presidents and more bureaucrats though are the bigger the distance between the customer the taxpayer and the end and the and the ceo and and so if that happened to you bernie in your business i can't imagine how you run a government with a million boys you can't answer you don't well it thousands tens of thousands of people working education of us department education during a lot better educated cape y'all got money if if there is one thing that i think could be a possible filler line that comes out of the collection if comfort away would be.

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"us department education" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

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"us department education" Discussed on WGTK

"Would be healthcare providers that contributed a high price this and limited access currently set to cripple the american market but talk about healthcare regulation they government kevin powered private medical boards with you know lateral authority to set rules they effect only function my government regulatory agency even even other private and in california there's only one the board well the medical border california there's authorize the license and investigate whenever a actions related doctors or third jets right if you're the irish in the midst of regulation it takes people off there's a political process what was state medical boards no search process exist and there is little transparent three in a row making process the term and how adopted must operate it was the limit what nurtured pitchers can do restrictions on retail clinics and of course the life of a requires a we talked about all of which contributed because of health care there was no this they're kerley only one hundred twenty nine accredited medical schools in the united states to few to turn out enough doctors to meet the demand in order to gain acquitted asian it's almost undergo an eight year process overseen by the us department education number of residency permission available only a hundred and ten thousand a number which is determined by the way congress to to the fun medicare oh my directly.

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