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California university offers to pay would-be spring breakers $75 not to travel

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

California university offers to pay would-be spring breakers $75 not to travel

"Real quick. California University offers to pay would be spring breakers $75 to not travel out of town and that's students at the university, California corn chips Take two secured university, California Davis can earn a $75 grant if they agree to stay in town for

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California's virus death toll surpasses New York

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

California's virus death toll surpasses New York

"California's past New York is the state with the most deaths from the coronavirus adding to a tally by Johns Hopkins University California's death toll from the corona virus has reached forty five thousand four hundred ninety six that's slightly more than hard hit New York state federal officials were touting their systems with mass vaccination sites but the states grappling with vaccine shortages Los Angeles is temporarily closing five mass vaccination sites including Dodger Stadium for lack of supply here's Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti vaccine supply is on even it's unpredictable coronavirus rates in California have been improving and the daily number of cases over eight thousand is down for fifty three thousand in December I'm Jennifer king

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COVID in California: 2 million confirmed cases and counting

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

COVID in California: 2 million confirmed cases and counting

"According to Johns Hopkins University California has become the first state to record two million confirm coronavirus cases California health officials say the grim milestone of two million covert nineteen cases is related to thanksgiving gatherings more than eighteen thousand people are hospitalized in many of the state's intensive care units are filled Dr Jim Keeney is an emergency physician at mission hospital our biggest challenge is just taking care of all these patients you know on any given day and most emergency departments are already bursting at the seams Jenny Carrillo as a charge nurse at Holy Cross hospital a look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe who's struggling to you know get while they want to be home with their family Los Angeles county is leading the search accounting for one third of the state's covert nineteen cases I'm surely after

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"university california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"university california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"At D. C Campus of University, California also wrote a book called The Class of 74 about post Watergate. The rise of partisanship and also with Speaker Nancy Pelosi's chief fist. Ah, have a gentleman on tomorrow that you may know of John. His name is Chris Whipple. And if you've ever heard of him He's an author. He wrote a book called The Gatekeepers About Chiefs of staff in the White House. He's got a new book out, called the Spymasters About all of the heads of the C I A Heads of Ah, the early early Intel intelligence communities all the way up to the president, and he's got some opinions in the book about the current situation occupant in the White House when we see the intelligence community coming out again and warning us of Putin in Russia. Interfering in the elections and and basically just being ignored again by members of the Senate. In the White House. You were recently the emcee in an event. A streamed event, a zoom event with Senator Former United States Senator Wirth and current United States Senator Tom Udall about the election. First of all, how'd that go? And how do you feel about the election in terms of security? Well, it was a fascinating event. Ah, we talked about two basic issues. One is Senator Tim Wirth, who is the uncle of Senator Peter Worth, the majority leader in the New Mexico State Senate. Right now, Tim has been a very much in the forefront of raising concerns about the security of our election system, and particularly Worried not only about foreign interference, which, of course, the CIA and other intelligence agencies have confirmed, notwithstanding the president's refusal to do so, but also just about some of the parliamentary and constitutional issues that could be raised. President Trump refuses to accept the outcome of the election. And I have to say that as Timor and through a series of these potential, ah, ways in which the president could exercise either martial law or executive powers. Or judicially try to challenge the credibility of the election as he is doing almost every time he speaks about the election. My anxiety level went up considerably on and even though I've read many articles On the subject with Senator Udall, who was also very helpful on that topic. We talked about the need for reforming the Senate, particularly getting rid of the filibuster and changing the filibuster. Because I think people do not appreciate the extent to which even if President, vice President Biden is elected, and the Democrats take control of the Senate with 51 52 seats Very little is going to get done. If you continue to have a filibuster, which requires 60 votes to allow the Senate to proceed on any piece of legislation. We've gotten rid of the filibuster. On judges, and some would say that should be a warning sign. But the real bottom line is we won't get very much done because there are not going to be 60 votes to pass the kind of legislation that The overwhelming majority of Americans want on immigration or gun policy or health care or any of those other issues. The situation with the court. They will hear oral arguments beginning on November 12th about about the affordable care act. Ah, and my suggestion is to all of us is Ah, ask your People, candidates, Republican candidate running for office or any friends that you have Republicans. What's your favorite part of the replacement plan from the Republican Party, see if they can name any part of any kind of replacement plan? We could, and the story earlier, John about a Houston hospital in Houston, just released. Tons and tons of data about how Koven 19 is mutating is going to be with us for a long, long time, and people may have pre can pre existing conditions and no health insurance. It's a very important point. In fact, you know, the president constantly makes the point that young people don't get this disease and that if they do they get a very mild version. There's a lot of medical research that suggests there could be permanent damage to the lungs or to other organs that you know you could have young Children who are exposed who are living their entire lives with this condition. Look, the court is going to hear. Whoever is on the Supreme Court's going to hear a challenge to the affordable character. A week after this election, they always used to say, You know, the Supreme Court people. They read the newspapers just like everybody else. They know what public opinion is. But the real concern here is that there have been so many hard line ideologues that have been appointed that It may be. It may be a very, very difficult situation here Now is the Supreme Court really going to throw out an entire law? On the very species argument, by the way on arguments so ludicrous that most people when they heard about the suit originally were completely dismissive of it. Are they going to throw out that law throw 20 million people off healthcare for over 100 million people with preexisting conditions off their health insurance in the middle of a pandemic. You know, it's it's It's inconceivable, but so much of what happened in 2020 really since 2016. And conceivably you have to be a little cautious about saying it can't happen here. By the way, Senator Tim Wirth was a member of that class of 74 correct. He was yes. It's amazing. All right. You mentioned the Democrats taking control of the Senate. Mark Kelly has a nice lead over McCallion in Arizona. You mentioned that's a special election because of the death of Senator John McCain. Oh, John McCain, Cindy and his daughter Cindy, came out in has endorsed Joe Biden. Ah! Kentucky. Any chance to Moscow match loses. I haven't seen any indication of that. You know, Like the last poll I saw in Ah, in Kentucky Had McConnell still somewhere up? 20 point. You know the thing you have to keep in mind about Mitch McConnell. Is that he understands very well the notion of bringing home the bacon and even though he and lots of conservative senators like two rail about government spending and about in Washington, D C. They spend a lot of time shoveling money. And I think Kentucky is something like number nine, or maybe even less. Maybe five. In the receipt of federal money in McConnell got over Ah billion dollars for Kentucky in the last year's end of year, spending bill for hemp growers and horse track. Horse tracks and horse breeders and.

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Daily coronavirus deaths hit staggering milestone

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Daily coronavirus deaths hit staggering milestone

"Over 154,000 total covert deaths in the U. S tally by Johns Hopkins University, California reporting a record 219 deaths in a day A B C's Trevor Ault the CDC now predicting nearly 30,000 more Americans could be killed in the next three weeks. 35 states in Puerto Rico are now battling rising daily death counts, including Florida Another day with more than 9000

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"university california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"university california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My caller just said had they just let the man sleep everything would have been just fine how do you know he would have awakened got behind the wheel the car and then killed somebody you don't know end of longer playing if if you simply are cooperating to be alive I mean this is just not I'm sure every person I'm talking to what advice by his or her parents when you are stopped by the police be respectful cooperate cooperate fully if you feel you're mistreated make sure you get a name and or a bad and then we can deal with it later isn't that the advice you heard and what part of the advice included by the way resist violently and whenever possible run did your parents say that absolutely no sympathy whatsoever for these police officers forty eight thousand assault in a recent year in recent years on average now an anonymous Berkeley history professor wrote open letter and it's quite a stunner the letter was sent to a bunch of professors including Thomas soul in a perfect we've had on the program name will Fred Riley who wrote a book about all the hate crime hoaxes that have been committed over the last several years dear professors I am one of your colleagues at university California Berkeley I have met you I'm contacting you anonymously with apologies I am worried that writing this email publicly might lead to me losing my job and likely all future jobs in my field perceived to say help pressure he feels.

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"university california" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"university california" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Aerosmith stop the hammering out there who's got a hammer where is it all may I go up on the on the floor somebody go up there and stop the hammering we've been rated PC or politically correct tension this may learn some let's say elder do Larry over here the state from south central the prince William the great characters he told the rooms are welcome to the program because we've got to cut your TD go triple eight nine seven one S. eight G. nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder relief act are constantly on this phone a broken you big Kirk Friday which we will be playing in the third hour more on this in due course new poll shows that Joe Biden is more trusted on the corona virus pandemic then president Donald Trump that's a reversal in what the polls have said over the last several weeks more developments in the arm on our pre case former president Obama has now weighed in the university California system plans to eliminate the SAT and the ACT requirements for applying to all of the schools in its system they're gonna go to a holistic approach.

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Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies

On The Media

06:54 min | 1 year ago

Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies

"President trump who's told states to fend for themselves has had female blocking orders for vital equipment secured by governors some of them anyway so the government can buy them instead this week FEMA see is that in order for five hundred ventilators from a private company obtained by democratic Colorado governor Jared Paul is only to have trump give back a hundred of them at what he called the request of the state's endangered Republican senator Cory Gardner Thursday's Denver post editorial declared trump is playing a disgusting political game with our lives but the trump administration says it's got a plan and that it's working White House adviser Peter Navarro April second these guys up here doing a heck of a job organizing the supply chain well I think that's news to a lot of medical providers no I'm levy is a national health care reporter for the LA times trying to follow the cultic nineteen supply chain I can't say I've talked to many hospitals or doctors offices or clinics around the country who feel that the supply chain is being managed in anything close to a rational way that's for sure and we can't seem to get answers from FEMA or the White House about what system if any is being used to balance the needs a couple weeks ago I was speaking with the head of the Texas academy of family physicians who working with the golfing buddy of his managed to in about a half million masks over the border from Mexico and then spent about seventy two hours getting them to rural hospitals and doctors offices around Texas because the state of Texas didn't have anything to distribute so you've got the system in which everybody's running around trying to get masks and ventilators and everything else and then on top of that is a totally opaque system of what appears to be haphazard intervention by the federal government on some supplies but not all of them everyone is completely perplexed we hear that trump is having no problem directing to Florida whatever Florida seems to need so zero which is the agency that is allegedly responsible for distributing supplies from the strategic national stockpile has claimed that they have some formula for distributing medical supplies that reflects states in large metro areas relative populations and the relative severity of corona virus outbreaks they are actually shipping things across the country however it's impossible to find out what that formula is whether or not allowances are being made in one way or another four criteria that have not been identified president trump hasn't been shy about claiming that he's willing to reward its friends and punish his enemies the conspiracy minded person might think well is there some nefarious methods to how these supplies are getting distributed or not we just don't know what difference does it really make if we know or we don't know what the formula is for distributing this stuff this is taxpayer money that we're talking about private actors in the market of course don't have an obligation to be transparent about what they're doing because there's no expectation under normal circumstances that they're acting in the public interest we hope that the government is acting in the public interest but without transparency who knows who's accountable for this who's in charge is it rear admiral John Paul love check who's at the head of FEMA's coronavirus supply chain task force is it FEMA director Peter Gaynor is it Peter Navarro who is reportedly coordinating private and public sector communication maybe it's the Jared Kushner or the invisible hand isn't really fundamentally the president and no one else you know without clear lines of authority things are not getting done as far as we know in a particularly efficient way nor do we know that however they're being done is being done in a lawful way frankly if for example the president's son in law is dialing up private companies and asking them to give support in one way or another to the supply chain challenges what assurances are being made to those companies about what they can expect I'm talking about promises that are made the company acts that if they help out that they'll be made whole in the end with they'll be reimbursed at a certain level without a process all of that is open to question is there a way to have an informed data driven approach to this as Jared Kushner said the federal government was engaged in if in fact the federal government isn't engaged in an informed data driven approach can big business small business health officials state officials do this on their own so the facts on the ground suggests that this can't happen on its own no that's not to say that there aren't a lot of efforts by individual actors some of them quite influential to play a constructive role I mean we've seen a number of large companies including apple for example say we are going to use our connections to the supply chain to procurer masks and we're going to distribute them the owner of the New England Patriots flew the patriots plane to China to go pick up a shipment of masks and flew back to Boston the problem is when you have this sort of thousand points of light approach to procuring and distributing needed supplies what ends up happening is that well connected medical centers that have relationships with large companies either because they do business with them or because they're located in their backyards are often times at the top of the list so for example sales force made a donation to the university California San Francisco Medical Center because they have a long standing relationship both being based in San Francisco does UCSF knew that equipment more than a hospital in New York City or New Jersey that's a lot to ask of sales force to try to make that determination they don't have any expertise in

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Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies

On the Media

06:54 min | 1 year ago

Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies

"President trump who's told states to fend for themselves has had female blocking orders for vital equipment secured by governors some of them anyway so the government can buy them instead this week FEMA see is that in order for five hundred ventilators from a private company obtained by democratic Colorado governor Jared Paul is only to have trump give back a hundred of them at what he called the request of the state's endangered Republican senator Cory Gardner Thursday's Denver post editorial declared trump is playing a disgusting political game with our lives but the trump administration says it's got a plan and that it's working White House adviser Peter Navarro April second these guys up here doing a heck of a job organizing the supply chain well I think that's news to a lot of medical providers no I'm levy is a national health care reporter for the LA times trying to follow the cold pick nineteen supply chain I can't say I've talked to many hospitals or doctors offices or clinics around the country who feel that the supply chain is being managed in anything close to a rational way that's for sure and we can't seem to get answers from FEMA or the White House about what system if any is being used to balance the needs a couple weeks ago I was speaking with the head of the Texas academy of family physicians who working with the golfing buddy of his managed to in about a half million masks over the border from Mexico and then spent about seventy two hours getting them to rural hospitals and doctors offices around Texas because the state of Texas didn't have anything to distribute so you've got the system in which everybody's running around trying to get masks and ventilators and everything else and then on top of that is a totally opaque system of what appears to be haphazard intervention by the federal government on some supplies but not all of them everyone is completely perplexed we hear that trump is having no problem directing to Florida whatever Florida seems to need so zero which is the agency that is allegedly responsible for distributing supplies from the strategic national stockpile has claimed that they have some formula for distributing medical supplies that reflects states in large metro areas relative populations and the relative severity of corona virus outbreaks they are actually shipping things across the country however it's impossible to find out what that formula is whether or not allowances are being made in one way or another four criteria that have not been identified president trump hasn't been shy about claiming that he's willing to reward its friends and punish his enemies the conspiracy minded person might think well is there some nefarious method to how these supplies are getting distributed or not we just don't know what difference does it really make if we know or we don't know what the formula is for distributing this stuff this is taxpayer money that we're talking about private actors in the market of course don't have an obligation to be transparent about what they're doing because there's no expectation under normal circumstances that they're acting in the public interest we hope that the government is acting in the public interest but without transparency who knows who's accountable for this who's in charge is it rear admiral John Paul love check who's at the head of FEMA's coronavirus supply chain task force is it FEMA director Peter Gaynor is it Peter Navarro who is reportedly coordinating private and public sector communication maybe it's the Jared Kushner or the invisible hand is it really fundamentally the president and no one else you know without clear lines of authority things are not getting done as far as we know in a particularly efficient way nor do we know that however they're being done is being done in a lawful way frankly if for example the president's son in law is dialing up private companies and asking them to give support in one way or another to the supply chain challenges what assurances are being made to those companies about what they can expect I'm talking about promises that are made the company acts that if they help out that they'll be made whole in the end with they'll be reimbursed at a certain level without a process all of that is open to question is there a way to have an informed data driven approach to this as Jared Kushner said the federal government was engaged in if in fact the federal government isn't engaged in an informed data driven approach can big business small business health officials state officials do this on their own so the facts on the ground suggests that this can't happen on its own no that's not to say that there aren't a lot of efforts by individual actors some of them quite influential to play a constructive role I mean we've seen a number of large companies including apple for example say we are going to use our connections to the supply chain to procurer masks and we're going to distribute them the owner of the New England Patriots flew the patriots plane to China to go pick up a shipment of masks and flew back to Boston the problem is when you have this sort of thousand points of light approach to procuring and distributing needed supplies what ends up happening is that well connected medical centers that have relationships with large companies either because they do business with them or because they're located in their backyards are often times at the top of the list so for example sales force made a donation to the university California San Francisco Medical Center because they have a long standing relationship both being based in San Francisco does UCSF knew that equipment more than a hospital in New York City or New Jersey that's a lot to ask of sales force to try to make that determination they don't have any expertise in

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"university california" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"university california" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With China if the economy's cracked down again or Russia or Turkey or whatever is a bunch of places if things go bad your kid can just go to the United States because the the US is number two in country if you have a boy there are some places Turkey for instance in career you may not want your kid to be in the army and places like that so you could send your kid here before he's of draft age and go to school here if you have relatives he's an American citizen there's no fuss you just buy a ticket and the third thing what it does for the third thing is they get they don't have to come here as foreign students then go to the university California or somewhere else not having to pay foreign student rates not requiring foreign student permission from the state department and the fourth big thing is once they turn twenty one they can just petition for their parents there's no numerical limits for American citizens to bring parents into the United States so it's a kind of long term retirement plan for some people homeland yeah someone's gonna active is not the court is gonna be Congress or the president we shall see you what's the likelihood the president acts do you think mark I don't know he's talked about this for a year now and you know the often there's a lot of talk and no action from the president but we've seen action in some instances so if I had to guess I'd say there's a better than even odds he's going to do something about this mark Krikorian executive director of the center for immigration studies thanks a lot for your time today Sir thank you four but this is me five fourteen look at that this I tape the show clips along does not five fourteen quick break here back with traffic and weather in a minute on the Larry o'connor show this WMAL Washington small W. M. A. L. where Washington comes to talk.

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University of California-developed AI taught itself to solve a Rubik's Cube in one second

Memphis Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

University of California-developed AI taught itself to solve a Rubik's Cube in one second

"Researchers from university California have created an artificial intelligence system capable of solving the Rubik's cube in a fraction of a second the system is deep reinforcement learning algorithm names deep cube Hey and it does not need to be provided with any specific information on the cube or in game coaching to beat the puzzle it learns on its own thank god that was not available during war games or we might have had actual nuclear war but to the credit of the Whopper machine in the movie the best option for nuclear war is not to play

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"university california" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"university california" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. That was some audio video. We played last week on Hannity on the Fox News channel, literally at Berkeley, UC Berkeley, you know, the ever so tolerant left wing campuses of America, Berkeley, the home of free speech supposedly anyway after that is what you see is. You know, literally this guy beating the crap trying to beat the crap out of a young man by the name of Hayden Williams. He's a leader ship institute. Feel Representative conservative groups calling on the university California now to take action against the campus employees who praised the alleged assault on this activists. Now, here's the thing. There are three I witnesses in a minute. We'll go to Hayden Williams who Kolkata in this battle. Why would you see Berkeley an employee that works for them be elated by the violence against an? An innocent person in this particular case, what is it about the maga- hat that is now triggering people make America great again is now a trigger. How does how does the hat that says make America great again become a trigger? I mean, I can see it now used in a court of law at some point as well. Let's let's say not guilty by reason of insanity because the maga- had triggered him. Anyway. But that is now happening all over the place. You know, look at Olisa Milano radical left wing extremists. Hollywood nutjob calling the mega hat, the new white hood. You know, look at what all of these people by the white Lynnwood is is coming your way, all of you that accused him of being a racist that cetera et cetera and told the ball story about the sixteen year old kid, good luck to all of you. Because it's not gonna work out. Very well. And you know, Matt a professor of the classics and ancient history at the university of New Brunswick had the hat is equivalent to the Ku Klux Klan, hood or. Rope. And the Washington Post saying that will wearing a maga- hat constitutes a deliberate political act, and they deliver provocation imagine if anyone said the same. Well, I I got angry because somebody had an Obama hope and change shirt or hat on. What would the reaction be the same newspaper? Washington Post has a fashion critic to wear a mega hat is to wrap oneself in the confederate flag, look may be more modern and fit more precise. And it goes on from there in a look how wrong the media was in the case of nNcholas Sandman, or in the case more recently of what happened with Jesse smaller. Can you come to any restaurant wearing a maga- hat? You're not getting served warning to the co owner and a tweet sent out by the owner of this restaurant. Think of what's happened to Ted Cruz and Kirstin Nielsen Pam Bondi and everybody else that has been assaulted an attack just for wearing a mega hat and Sarah. Sandra's for crying out loud, set disgrace. Anyway, joining us now to tell his side of the story is the person you heard in the video that we showed on TV Hayden Williams. Were you even you weren't wearing a mega hat from? What I understand, correct? Correct. I was not wearing a mega hat on this day. However, we did have said, this is magazine country to show that you know, we're condemning hate crime hoaxes and hate crimes in general in this. This is what you know, supporters of the president or service. This is this is what we believe. Well, I I would think that UC Berkeley is the home of free speech. But not if you're a conservative, which we've seen with conservative speakers now for many, many years shouted down can't speak attacked, you know, it's pretty unbelievable. But they've allowed this to go on salt. Let me go right to the beginning. And in light of what happened with just small at a lot of people say, well, you know, how do we believe this story? And I think you would probably understand that in light of everything that's happened. Right. Definitely. And and I'm just like to say, it's not this isn't just a, you know to protest speakers coming to campus, or or just me this is this is a problem that he's saying thanks conservative students all over. Berkeley in California. But all right across the country. But the point is is that you see what's happening to smell it. And this guy is likely to spend years in jail, if the evidence as the police superintendent is pointing out as so overwhelming and incontrovertible you you wouldn't tell a phony story, which is what I'm saying. And if you did, you know, the consequences. Correct, absolutely, Sean, I I would never make up a some sort of story to portray myself as a victim. In fact, I don't even really want to be the victim of Republican. Yeah. This isn't this isn't my goodness. You said you have three eyewitnesses that were there from the get go from the beginning. Correct. Yes. And they've come out publicly and back you up, right? And when one of them is the president of determining point group that I was helping my campus. Now, you a media tried to get your phone video on which I think was really smart on your part and videotape this guy, right, right? Yeah. There was there was only you know, he he approached our table. And immediately started yelling and Cussing. And right, then I realized this is probably not a safe situation for myself or the students I was helping so so right. Then is when I started recording how long into the confrontation did you get that tape? I think it's about six or seven seconds that Sean. Wow. Wow. Now, you know, we've added on TV, and I watch somebody, you know, you were trying to obviously, you're the one being assaulted based on all the tapes that I've seen in their different tapes and angles out there, and it looked to me like you were just trying to back up in the Andy Cole Cox, you, you know, after he gets really close in your grill and have they found this person yet. So the the person I believe he's been identified, but it's still under investigation. And and they haven't released any names for for the suspect. But it is my hope that he's he's arrested soon, whoever it is. Yeah, I hope so. But you think you've got the identification of this, and what are your plans, and what was your reaction to Berkeley when they? They have an employee cheering on this assault against you. And you expect them want the university to fire that person, I think, it's absolutely disgusting. That anybody let alone a member of the faculty would would, you know, hail this person as a hero. And and encourage this sort of behavior. It's totally unacceptable, and it speaks to the sort of culture that some universities Berkeley, but across the country that they're harboring this sort of hostile culture in violent culture toward conservative. It's only gotten worse in recent years. We've chronicled this this problem on college campuses for years now, the Berkeley employees actually tweeted out. Oh my God. The maga- people on UC Berkeley campus yesterday got punched in the face by someone. This makes me feel emotionally so much better. If this were the opposite, and it was a liberal that was hit on UC Berkeley campus that person would not be working for UC Berkeley anymore. Now, they did say Friday night that police identified the suspect based on current information available and the suspect is not a student at or affiliate of the university. But the person that supported it does work for the university. Right, right. Yeah. It's it's like I said man, it's just so tragic that some of these people would would condone that kind of behavior, you know, on on Friday. I I went to the hospital because I was still having my ears and a lot of symptoms, and you know, I've got a cat scan. And I'm still recovering and everything. But this is a really serious injury. And it's a shame that some people at the university or members of the campus community, don't take it so serious. Well, I listen, I saw your black guy on TV. But on the other hand, look, I trained mixed martial arts five days a week an hour and a half a day, and I have for six and a half years. So this is all I trained for and but I'll be honest from. I would do the same thing. You did. I would just do everything I could possibly do to back off get away. Avoid the assault. You seem to try everything within your power to prevent this from escalating. Yeah. And honestly, I hoped that by recording the situation that that they wouldn't do anything too stupid or crazy. But obviously that wasn't. They did how many different videos are there of the attack. I to be honest shot. I don't know how many there are. But there was. You know, there was well, we got a couple of different angle. I know we had a couple of different angles. There are well over what they were. There was well over three witnesses like the the the entire plaza stopped and stared at what was going on. Yeah. Now when you look at the attention from the media with Justice smaller, you compare it to your case with his violent video. What is your reaction? I believe him instantaneously. And they did they went in all the way. Yeah. I think it speaks to their credibility or or lack thereof really because you know, even even in the article where they they they state that I was allegedly assaulted. They clearly have a picture of me getting punched in the face, and you know, similarly with Jesse. They they didn't say it was alleged. When in fact, it didn't even happen. Now. What are your plans going forward? What are you planning to do with the police, the university, etc? As I said everything is still under investigation. And I'm reviewing the options on just kind of taking it step by step. I and I got this individual whoever it was, but mainly I'm just focused on recovering and getting back in good health. Can you know promoting conservative principles on campuses? It's really only emboldened me. And how old are you a Hayden? And how did you become a conservative at such a young age? I'm twenty six I just turned twenty six I've been involved with youth politics, all my life, you know, throughout middle school and high school, I did Mark mock legislature and mock the United Nations, and that sort of thing, and I carried that into college with me, and after I left I wanted to continue that sort of sort of activism, so I started working with the leadership institute. And I just think what they do is so amazing and really necessary now more than ever. Well, I just want to tell you. I know maybe publicly it's hard to get cold. Cock like that. But you know, what I'm a big fan of rocky movies ever want. Rocky movies. Oh, of course, it's not about how hard you get hit. It's about how hard you get hit. And you keep moving forward. We play a little bit of this. We tell yourself. Do you already know the world.

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"Five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. That was some audio video. We played last week on Hannity on the Fox News channel, literally at Berkeley, UC Berkeley, you know, the ever so tolerant left wing campuses of America, Berkeley, the home of free speech supposedly anyway after that is what you see is. You know, literally this guy beating the crap trying to beat the crap out of a young man by the name of Hayden Williams, a leader ship institute feel Representative in oh conservative groups, calling on the university California now to take action against the campus employees who praised the alleged assault on this activists. Now, here's the thing. There are three I witnesses in a minute. We'll go to Hayden Williams who kohl-kok cotton battle. Why would you see Berkeley an employee that works for them be elated by the violence? Against an innocent person in this particular case, what is it about the maga- hat that is now triggering people make America great again is now a trigger. How does it? How does a hat that says make America great again become a trigger? I mean, I can see it now used in a court of law at some point as well. Let's let's say not guilty by reason of insanity because the maga- had triggered him. Anyway. But that is now happening all over the place. You know, look at all listen Milano radical left wing extremists. Hollywood nutjob calling the mega hat, the new white hood, look at what all of these people, by the way Lynnwood is is coming your way, all of you that accused him of being a racist that cetera et cetera and told the false story about the sixteen year old kid, good luck to all of you. Because it's not gonna work out. Very well. And you know, Matt a professor of the classics and ancient history at the university of New Brunswick in oh said had the hat is equivalent to the coup. Klan hood or a rope. And the Washington Post saying that will wearing a maga- hat constitutes a deliberate political act, and they deliver provocation imagine if anyone said the same. Well, I I got angry because somebody had an Obama hope and change shirt or hat on. What would the reaction be the same newspaper? Washington Post has a fashion critic to wear a mega hat is to wrap oneself in the confederate flag. Look, maybe more modern and fit more precise. And it goes on from there in a look how wrong the media was in the case of nNcholas Sandman, or in the case more recently of what happened with Jesse smaller. You come to any restaurant wearing a maga- hat. You're not getting served. According to the co owner and a tweet sent out by the owner of this restaurant. Think of what's happened to Ted Cruz and Kirstin Nielsen Pam Bondi and everybody else that has been assaulted an attack just for wearing a mega hat. And Sarah Sanders for crying out loud, set disgrace. Anyway, joining us now to tell his side of the story is the person you heard in the video that we showed on TV Hayden Williams. Were you even you weren't wearing a mega hat from? What I understand, correct? Correct. I was not wearing a mega hat on this day. However, we did. This magazine country to show that you know, we're condemning hate crime hoaxes and hate crimes in general. And this this is what you know, supporters of the president, or this is this is what we believe. Well, I I would think that UC Berkeley is the home of free speech, but not you're a conservative, which we seem with conservative speakers. Now for many many years shouted down can't speak attacked. You know, it's pretty unbelievable. But they've allowed this to go on. So let me go right to the beginning. And in light of what happened with jussie smollet, a lot of people say, well, you know, how do we believe this story? And I think you'd probably understand that in light of everything that's happened. Right. Definitely in and I'm just going to say, it's not this isn't just you know, to to protest speakers coming to campus or or just me. This is a problem that he's saying thanks conservative students all over Berkeley and Oliver California, but all right across the country. But the point is is that you see what's happening to smell it. And this guy is likely to spend. Years in jail, if the evidence as the police superintendent is pointing out as so overwhelming and incontrovertible you you wouldn't tell a phony story, which is what I'm saying. And if you did, you know, the consequences. Correct, absolutely, Sean, I I would never make a a some sort of story to portray myself as a victim. I don't even really want to be the victim of of this, isn't this isn't my goodness. You said you have three eye witnesses that were there from the get go from the beginning. Correct. Yes. And they come out publicly and back you up. In fact, one of them is the president of the turning point group that I was helping on campus. Now, you tried to get your phone video on which I think was really smart on your part and videotape this guy, right, right? Yeah. There was there was only, you know, he he approached our table and immediately started yelling and Cussing. And right, then I realized this is probably not a safe situation for myself or the students was helping so so right. Then is when I started recording how long into the confrontation did you get that tape? I think it was about six or seven seconds. Is that Sean? Wow. Wow. Now, you know, we've added on TV, and I watched somebody you were trying to obviously, you're the one being assaulted based on all the tapes that I've seen in there, different tapes and angles out there, and it looked to me like you would just trying to back up in the end, the kohl-kok you, you know, after it gets really close in your grill and have they found this person yet. So the person I believe he's been. Identified, but it is still under investigation. And and they haven't released any names for for the suspect. But it's my hope that he's he's arrested soon, whoever it is. Yeah, I hope so. But you think you've got the identification of this, and what are your plans, and what was your reaction to Berkeley when they have an employee cheering on this assault against you. And you expect that want the university to fire that person, I think, it's absolutely disgusting. That anybody let alone a member of the faculty would would, you know, hail this person as a hero. And and encourage this sort of behavior, you know, it's totally unacceptable, and it speaks to the sort of culture that that some universities, not just Berkeley, but across the country that they're harboring this sort of hostile culture in violent culture toward conservative. And it's only gotten worse in recent years. We've chronicled this problem on college campuses for years now, the Berkeley employees actually tweeted out. Oh my God. The maga- people on UC Berkeley campus yesterday got punched in the face by. This makes me feel emotionally so much better. If this were the opposite, and it was a liberal that was hit on UC Berkeley campus that person would not be working for UC Berkeley anymore. Now, they did say Friday night that police identified the suspect based on current information available and the suspect is not a student at or affiliate of the university. But the person that supported it does work for the university. Right, right. Yeah. It's it's like I said man, it's just so tragic that that some of these people would would condone that kind of behavior, you know, on on Friday. I I went to the hospital because I was still having ringing in my ears, and and a lot of symptoms, and you know, I got a cat scan. And I'm still recovering and everything. But this is a really serious injury. And it's a shame that some people at the university, or you know, members of the campus community don't take it so serious. Well, I listen, I saw your black guy on TV. But on the other hand, look, I trained mixed martial arts five days a week an hour and a half a day, and I have for six and a half years. So this is all I trained for and but I'll be honest from. I would do the same thing. You did. I would just do everything I could possibly do to back off getaway. Avoid. Assault. You seem to try everything within your power to prevent this from escalating. Yeah. And honestly, I hoped that by recording the situation that that they wouldn't do anything too stupid or crazy. But obviously that wasn't. They did how many different videos of the attack. I to be honest shot. I don't know how many there are. But there was you know, there was well we had a couple of different angle. I know we had a couple of different angles. There were well over what was well over three witnesses like they the the entire plaza stopped and stared at what was doing. Yeah. Now when you look at the attention from the media would just a smaller you compare it to your case with his violent video, what is your reaction to believe him instantaneously? And they did they went in all the way, I think it speaks to their credibility or lack thereof really because you know, even even in the article where they they they stayed than I was alleged. Lindley assaulted. They clearly have a picture of me getting punched in the face, and, you know, similarly with Jesse he they they didn't say it was alleged. When in fact, it didn't even happen. Now, what are your plans going forward? What are you planning to do with the police, the university, etc? As I said everything's still under investigation. And I'm reviewing the options. Just kind of taking it step by step. I and I got an arrest this individual, whoever it was, but mainly I'm just focused on recovering getting back in good health. So I can you know, promoting conservative principles on campuses. This really only embolden me. And how old are you? And how did you become a conservative at such a young age? I'm twenty six I just turned twenty six I've been involved with youth politics, all my life, you know, throughout middle school and high school. I did Mark mock legislature in mock the United Nations, and that sort of thing, and I carried that into college with me, and after I left I wanted to continue that sort of sort of activism. So I started work. With the leadership institute. And and I just think what they do is so amazing and really necessary. Now more than ever I just want to tell you. I know maybe publicly it's hard to get cold. Cock like that. But you know, what I'm a big fan of rocky movies ever wants rocky movies? Of course, it's not about how hard you get hit. It's about how hard you get hit. And you keep moving forward. Let me play a little bit of this. Let me tell you something you already.

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"Twenty five now til the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. That was some audio the video we played last week on Hannity on the Fox News channel, literally at Berkeley, UC Berkeley, you know, the ever so tolerant left wing campuses of America, Berkeley, the home of free speech supposedly anyway after that is what you see is. You know, literally this guy beating the crap trying to beat the crap out of a young man by the name of Hayden Williams. He's a leadership institute feel Representative in oh conservative groups calling on the university California now to take action against the campus employees who praised the alleged assault on this activists. Now, here's the thing. There are three eyewitnesses in a minute. We'll go to Hayden Williams who kohl-kok donnas battle. Why would you see Berkeley an employee that works for them be elated by the? Violence against an innocent person in this particular case, what is it about the maga- hat that is now triggering people make America great again is now a trigger. How does how does that make America? Great again, become a trigger. I mean, I could see it now used in a court of law at some point as well. Let's let's say not guilty by reason of insanity because the maga- had triggered him. Anyway. But that is now happening all over the place. You know, look at Olisa Milano radical left wing extremists. Hollywood nutjob calling the mega hat, the new white hood. You know, look at what all of these people, by the way Lynnwood is is coming your way, all of you that accused him of being a racist cetera et cetera and told the ball story about the sixteen year old kid, good luck to all of you is it's not gonna work out. Very well. And you know, Matt a professor of the classics and ancient history at the university of New Brunswick had the hat is equivalent to. Klux ku-klux-klan hood or a rope. And the Washington Post saying that will wearing a maga- hat constitutes a deliberate political act, and they deliver provocation imagine if anyone said the same. Well, I got angry because somebody had an Obama hope and change shirt or hat on. What would the reaction be, you know, the same newspaper. Washington Post has a fashion critic to wear a maga- hat is to wrap oneself in the confederate flag. Look may be more modern and fit more precise. And it goes on from there in a look how wrong the media was in the case of nNcholas Sandman, or in the case more recently of what happened with Jesse smaller. Can you come to any restaurant wearing a maga- hat? You're not getting served warning to the co owner and a tweet sent out by the owner of this restaurant. What's happened to Ted Cruz and Kirstin Nielsen Pam Bondi and everybody else that has been assaulted an attack just for wearing a maga- hat. And Sarah Sanders for crying out loud disgrace. Anyway, joining us now to tell his side of the story is the person you heard in the video that we showed on TV Hayden Williams. Were you even you weren't wearing a mega hat from? What I understand, correct? Correct. I was not wearing a mega hat on this day. However, we did have this magazine country to show that you know, we're condemning hate crime hoaxes and hate crimes in general in this. This is what you know, supporters of the president or services is this is what we believe. Well, I I would think that UC Berkeley is the home of free speech. But not if you're a conservative, which we've seen with conservative speakers now for many, many years shouted down can't speak attacked, you know, it's pretty unbelievable. But they've allowed this to go on salt. Let me go right to the beginning. And in light of what happened with just small it. You know, a lot of people say, well, you know, how do we believe this story? And I think you would probably understand that in light of everything that's happened. Right. Definitely in and I'm just going to say, it's not this. This isn't just a, you know to protest speakers coming to campus, or or just me this is this is a problem that he's saying thanks conservative students all over. Berkeley and Oliver California, but all right across the country. But the point is is that you see what's happening to smell it. And this guy is likely to spend years in jail, if the evidence as the police superintendent is pointing out as so overwhelming and incontrovertible you you wouldn't tell a phony story, which is what I'm saying. And if you did, you know, the consequences. Correct. Oh, absolutely, Sean. I I would never make up a some sort of story to portray myself as a victim. In fact, I don't even really want to be, you know, the victim of of the public. Yeah. This isn't this isn't my you said you have three eye-witnesses that were there from the get go from the beginning. Correct. Yes. And they've come out publicly and back you up, right? And when one of them is the president of determining point group that I was helping on campus. Now, you a media tried to get your phone video on which I think was really smart on your part and videotape this guy, right, right? Yeah. There was there was only you know, he he approached our table. And immediately started yelling and Cussing. And right, then I realized this is probably not a safe situation for myself or the students I was helping so so right. Then is when I started recording how long into the confrontation did you get that tape? I think it's about six or seven seconds. If that Sean well now, you know, we've had it on TV, and I watch somebody trying to. Obviously, you're the one being assaulted based on all the tapes that I've seen in their different tapes and angles out there, and it looked to me like you were just trying to back up in the Andy Cole Cox, you, you know, after he gets really close in your grill and have they found this person yet. So the person I I believe he's been identified, but it is still under investigation. And and they haven't released any names for for the suspect. But it is my hope that he's he's arrested soon, whoever it is. Yeah, I hope so. But you think you've got the identification of this, and what are your plans, and what was your reaction Berkeley when they have an employee cheering on this assault against you. And you expect if want the university to fire that person, I think, it's absolutely disgusting. That anybody let alone a member of the faculty would would, you know, hail this person as a hero. And and encourage this sort of behaviour is totally unacceptable, and it speaks to the sort of culture that that some universities. Just Berkeley, but across the country that they're harboring this sort of hostile culture in violent culture toward conservative. And it's only gotten worse in recent years. We've chronicled this problem on college campuses for years now, the Berkeley employees actually tweeted out. Oh my God. The maga- people on UC Berkeley campus yesterday got punched in the face by someone. This makes me feel emotionally so much better. If this were the opposite, and it was a liberal that was hit on UC Berkeley campus that person would not be working for UC Berkeley anymore. Now, they did say Friday night that police identified the suspect based on current information available and the suspect is not a student at or affiliate of the university. But the person that supported it does work for the university. Right, right. Yeah. It's it's like I said man, it's just so tragic that that some of these people would would condone that kind of behavior, you know, on on Friday. I I went to the hospital because I was still having ringing in my ears and a lot of symptoms, and you know, I've got a cat scan. And I'm still recovering and everything. But this is a really serious injury. And it's a shame that some people at the university or members of the campus community, don't take it so serious. Well, I listen, I saw your black guy on TV. But on the other hand, look, I trained mixed martial arts five days a week an hour and a half a day, and I have for six and a half years. So this is all I trained for and but I'll be honest from. I would do the same thing. You did. I would just do everything I could possibly do to back off get away. Avoid the. Assault. You seem to try everything within your power to prevent this from escalating. Yeah. And honestly, I hoped that by recording the situation that that they wouldn't do anything too stupid or crazy. But obviously that wasn't. They did how many different videos are there of the attack. I to be honest shot. I don't know how many there are. But there was you know, there was well, we got a couple of different angle. Oh, I know we had a couple of different angles. There are well over what they were. There was well over three witnesses like the the the entire plaza stopped and stared at what was doing. Yeah. Now when you look at the attention from the media with jussie smollet, you compare it to your case with his violent video, what is your reaction to believe him instantaneously? And they did they went in all the way, I think it speaks to their credibility or lack thereof really because you know, even even in the article where they they they state that I was alleged. Assaulted. They clearly have a picture of me getting punched in the face. And you know, similarly with Jesse they they didn't say it was alleged. When in fact, it didn't even happen. Now, what are your plans going forward? What are you planning to do with the police, the university, etc? As I said everything is still under investigation. And I'm reviewing the options. Just kind of taking it step by step. I and I got an arrest this individual, whoever it was, but mainly I'm just focused on recovering getting back in good health. So I can promoting conservative principles on campuses. It's really only emboldening, and how old are you a Hayden? And how did you become a conservative at such a young age? I'm twenty six I just turned twenty six I've been involved with us politics, all my life, you know, throughout middle school and high school. I did Mark Mark legislature and mock the United Nations, and that sort of thing, and I carried that into college with me, and after left I wanted to continue that sort of sort of activism so started. I started working with the leadership institute. And and I just think what they do is is so mazing and really necessary now more than ever. Well, I just want to tell you. I know maybe publicly it's hard to get cold. Cock like that. But you know, what I'm a big fan of rocky movies ever, watch rocky movies? Oh, of course, it's not about how hard you get hit. It's about how hard you get hit. And you keep moving forward play a little bit of this. We tell you something you already know the world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It's a very mean and nasty place. And I don't care how tough you are. It will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently. If you let it you me, nobody is going to hit his heart his life. But eight about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you get hit keep moving forward. How much you could take a keep moving forward. That's how it is done. Now, if you know what you're worth a glut of get what you're worth. But you've got to be willing to take the Hicks and not pointing fingers say, you ain't where you want to be because a him or her Bernie, buddy. Cowards do to do better than that. You know, what you think about that line? And you think about how powerful one of the most powerful saints in all of the rocky movies. You know, nobody's gonna hit as hard as life. Hayden nobody. But it is about how hard you can get hit and get up. And I admire you getting up and moving forward. I really mean not. Thank you so much, Sean. All right. Keep us in the loop. We want to be updated. Okay. Absolutely. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program Europe, huge fan Iraqis to Linda, and I mean, you know, this kid didn't he could have he could have just screwed this dropped his gloves, and, you know, gone. And that's when I grew up. That's what we did every day. I think what I'm more offended by his just the lack of publicity around it. I think it's absolutely disgusting. I think it just shows that this media just doesn't care about people. They care about a narrative, they care about a story and whoever plugs into that, that's all the Madison, Linda, they didn't care about the furloughed employees. They didn't care about DACA. They didn't care about dreaming. Anything they didn't care about. They don't care about sexual assault. Look at the Lieutenant governor issue in Virginia. Yeah. Governor Fairfax their allegations of sexual assault and a rape a rape where the woman told people the next day or that day, and yet we don't hear anything about it. But if his name was Pavan, all we are a lot about it from forty nine years ago. I honest to God, I mean with the amount of people witnesses they had in the cavenaugh case. And every witness was like, I don't remember. I wasn't there that didn't happen and even sweat Nick afterwards. You know, it's like one of those things where you literally get to a place, and you got nothing. It's just ridiculous believable. All right. We're in Vietnam. Women taking a lot of calls. Don is in Iowa. Don, welcome to Vietnam. Welcome to the Sean Hannity show. Glad you're with us, sir. Well, good morning, Vietnam. Hey, Sean, how you doing? Well, it's kind of close to six AM Vietnam time and six PM eastern and three PM on the west coast blow weird being upside down like this. But you know, what I'm glad to be here. And we want to give you the best coverage will always come. You. Always do. I'm I've traveled quite a bit out there myself, and my Marine Corps days and. So I sympathize with you, but I called to remark about Cortes and even Dianne Feinstein, they they're going to repair our environment. And I love that. That's that's fantastic. I I love that. They're going to save the environment. But the funny thing is they can't even fix our budget. Our immigration, you're gonna get free everything you gotta get free housing free retirement free. You know job at a free at a guaranteed wage and family and medical leave and vacations and.

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"Twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. That was some audio the video we played last week on Hannity on the Fox News channel, literally at Berkeley, UC Berkeley, you know, the ever so tolerant left wing campuses of America, Berkeley, the home of free speech supposedly anyway after that is what you see is. You know, literally this guy beating the crap trying to beat the crap out of a young man by the name of Hayden. William sees a leadership institute field Representative in oak conservative groups, calling on the university California now to take action against the campus employees who praised the alleged assault on this activists. Now, here's the thing. There are three eye-witnesses in a minute. We'll go to Hayden Williams who Kolkata battle. Why would you see Berkeley an employee that works for them be elated by the violence against? An innocent person in this particular case, what is it about the maga- hat that is now triggering people make America great again is now a trigger. How does it? How does that make America? Great again, become a trigger. I mean, I could see it now used in a court of law at some point as well. Let's let's say not guilty by reason of insanity because the maga- hat triggered him. Anyway. But that is now happening all over the place. You know, look at Olisa Milano radical left wing extremists. Hollywood nutjob calling the mega hat, the new white hood. You know, look at what all of these people, by the way Lynnwood is is coming your way, all of you that accused him of being a racist that cetera et cetera and told the ball story about the sixteen year old kid, good luck to all of you. Because it's not gonna work out. Very well. And you know, Matt a professor of the classics and ancient history at the university of New Brunswick in oh said had the hat is equivalent to the Ku Klux Klan hood. Or a rope. And the Washington Post saying that wearing a maga- hat constitutes a deliberate political act, and they deliver provocation imagine if anyone said the same. Well, I got angry because somebody had an Obama hope and change shirt or hat on. What would the reaction be the same newspaper? Washington Post has a fashion critic now where a mega hat is to wrap oneself in the confederate flag, look may be more modern and fit more precise. And it goes on from there in a look how wrong the media was in the case of nNcholas Sandman, or in the case more recently of what happened with Jesse smaller. Can you come to any restaurant wearing a maga- hat? You're not getting served warning to the co owner and a tweet sent out by the owner of this restaurant. Think of what's happened to Ted Cruz and Kerstin Nielsen Pam Bondi and everybody else that has been assaulted an attack just wearing a mega hat and Sarah. Sandra's for crying out loud, set disgrace. Anyway, joining us now to tell his side of the story is the person you heard in the video that we showed on TV Hayden Williams. Were you even you weren't wearing a mega hat from? What I understand, correct? Correct. I was not wearing a mega hat on this day. However, we did have. This is Maggie country to show that you know, we're condemning hate crime hoaxes, and then hate crimes in general, this this is what you know, supporters of the president or services is this is what we believe. Well, I I would think that UC Berkeley is the home of free speech. But not if you're a conservative, which we've seen with conservative speakers now for many, many years shouted down can't speak attacked, you know, it's pretty unbelievable. But they've allowed this to go on. So let me go right to the beginning. And in light of what happened with jussie smollet, a lot of people say, well, you know, how do we believe this story? And I think you would probably understand that in light of everything that's happened. Right. Definitely. And I'm just like to say, it's not this isn't just a, you know to protest speakers coming to campus, or or just me this is this is a problem that he's saying thanks conservative students all over Berkeley and Oliver California, but all right across the country. But the point is is that you see what's happening to smell it. And this guy is likely to spend years. In jail, if the evidence as the police superintendent is pointing out as so overwhelming and incontrovertible you you wouldn't tell a phony story, which is what I'm saying. And if you did, you know, the consequences. Correct. Oh, absolutely, Sean. I I would never make up a some sort of story to portray myself as a victim. In fact, I don't even really want to be you know, the victim of of. Yeah. You know, this isn't this isn't mine. This you said you have three eye witnesses that were there from the get go from the beginning. Correct. Yes. And they both come out publicly and back you up, right? And when one of them is the president of the turning point group that I was helping campus. Now, you immediately tried to get your phone video on which I think was really smart on your part and videotape this guy, right, right? Yeah. There was there was only, you know, he approached our table and immediately started yelling and Cussing. And right, then I realized this is probably not a safe situation for myself or the students I was helping so so right. Then is when I started recording how long into the confrontation did you get that tape? I think it's about six or seven seconds. If that, Sean, wow, now, you know, we've added on TV, and I watch somebody, you know, you were trying to obviously, you're the one being assaulted based on all the tapes that I've seen in different tapes and angles out there, and it looked to me like you would just. Trying to back up and in the end, the Cox, you, you know, after it gets really close in your grill and have they found this person yet. So the the person I believe he's been identified, but it is still under investigation. And and they haven't released any names for for the suspect. But it's my hope that he's he's arrested soon, whoever it is. Yeah, I hope so. But you think you've got the identification of this, and what are your plans, and what was your reaction, a Berkeley when they have an employee cheering on this assault against you. And you expect if want the university to fire that person, I think, it's absolutely disgusting. That anybody let alone a member of the faculty would would, you know, hail this person as a hero. And and encourage this sort of behavior. It's totally unacceptable and speaks to the sort of culture that that some universities Berkeley, but across the country that they're harboring this sort of hostile culture in violent culture toward conservative and only gotten worse in recent years. We've chronicled this problem on college campuses for years now, the Berkeley employees actually tweeted out. Oh my God. The maga- people on UC Berkeley campus yesterday got punched in the face by someone. This makes me feel emotionally so much better. If this were the opposite, and it was a liberal that was hit on UC Berkeley campus that person would not be working for UC Berkeley anymore. Now, they did say Friday night that police identified the suspect based on current information available and the suspect is not a student at or affiliate of the university. But the person that supported it does work for the university. Right, right. Yeah. It's like I said, it's just so tragic that that some of these people would would condone that kind of behavior, you know, on on Friday. I I went to the hospital because I was still having read my ears, and and a lot of symptoms, and you know, I've got a cat scan. And I'm still recovering and everything, but this is a really serious injury. And it's a shame that some people at the university are members of the campus community, don't take it so serious. Well, I listen, I saw your black eye on TV. But on the other hand, look, I trained mixed martial arts five days a week an hour and a half a day, and I have for six and a half years. So this is all I trained for and but I'll be honest from. I would do the same thing. You did. I would just do everything I could possibly do to back off get away. Avoid the. Assault. You seem to try everything within your power to prevent this from escalating. Yeah. And honestly, I hoped that by recording the situation that that they wouldn't do anything to stupid or crazy. But obviously that wasn't it did how many different videos are there of the attack. I to be honest shot. I don't know how many there are. But there was you know, there was well we had a couple of different angle. I know we had a couple of different angles. There were well over what they was well over three witnesses like they the the entire plaza stopped and stared at what was doing. Yeah. Now when you look at the attention from the media, just a smaller, you compare it to your case where there's violent video what is your reaction to believe him instantaneously? And they did they went in all the way. Yeah. I think it speaks to their credibility or or lack thereof really because you know, even even in the article where they they they stayed than I was alleged. Assaulted. They clearly have a picture of me getting punched in the face. And you know, similarly with Jesse. They they didn't say it was alleged. When in fact, it didn't even happen. Now. What are your plans going forward? What are you planning to do with the police, the university, etc? As I said everything is still under investigation. And I'm reviewing options just kind of taking it step by step. I and I got an arrest is individual whoever it was, but mainly I'm just focused on recovering getting back in good health. Can you promoting conservative principles on campuses is really only embolden me? And how old are you hating, and how did you become a conservative at such a young age? I'm twenty six I just turned twenty six I've been involved with politics all my life, you know, throughout middle school and high school. I did Mark mock legislature in mock the United Nations, and that sort of thing, and I carried that into college with me, and after I left I wanted to continue that sort of sort of activism, so I started working with the leadership institute. And and I just think what they do is amazing and really necessary now more than ever. Well, I just want to tell you. I know maybe publicly it's hard to get cold. Cock like that. But you know, what you ever I'm a big fan of rocky movies ever, watch rocky movies? Of course, it's not about how hard you get hit. It's about how hard you get hit. And you keep moving forward. We play a little bit of this. And we tell yourself do you already know the.

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"university california" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"university california" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Get me. Twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. That was some audio the video we played last week on Hannity on the Fox News channel, literally Berkeley, UC Berkeley, you know, the ever so tolerant left wing campuses of America, Berkeley, the home of free speech supposedly anyway after that is what you see is. You know, literally, this guy beating the crap trying to beat the crap out of a young man by the name of Hayden Williams of leadership institute feel Representative, you know, conservative groups calling on the university California now to take action against the campus employees who praised the alleged assault on this activists. Now, here's the thing. There are three I witnesses in a minute. We'll go to Hayden Williams who kohl-kok does battle. Why would you see Berkeley an employee that works for them be elated by the via? Against an innocent person in this particular case, what is it about the maga- hat that is now triggering people make America great again is now a trigger. How does it? How does that hat that says make America great again become a trigger? I mean, I can see it now used in the court of law some point as well, let's let's say not guilty by reason of insanity because the maga- had triggered him. Anyway. But that is now happening all over the place. You know, it look at Olisa Milano radical left wing extremists. Hollywood nutjob calling the mega hat, the new white hood. You know, look at what all these people, by the way Lynnwood is is coming your way, all of you that accused him of being a racist that cetera et cetera and told the ball story about the sixteen year old kid, good luck to all of you. Because it's not gonna work out. Very well. And you know, Matt a professor of the classics and ancient history at the university of New Brunswick said had the hat is equivalent to the Ku Klux. Klan hood or a rope. And the Washington Post saying that a wearing a maga- hat constitutes a deliberate political act, and they deliver provocation imagine if anyone said the same. Well, I I got angry because somebody had an Obama hope and change shirt or hat on. What would the reaction be the same newspaper? Washington Post has a fashion critic to wear a mega hat is to wrap oneself in the confederate flag. Look, maybe more modern and fit more precise. And it goes on from there in a look how wrong the media was in the case of nNcholas Sandman, or in the case more recently of what happened with Jesse smaller. Can you come to any restaurant wearing a maga- hat? You're not getting served. According to the co owner and a tweet sent out by the owner of this restaurant. Think of what happened to Ted Cruz and Kirstin Nielsen Pam Bondi and everybody else that has been assaulted an attack just for wearing a mega hat and. And Sarah Sanders for crying out loud disgrace. Anyway, joining us now to tell his side of the story is the person you heard in the video that we showed on TV Hayden Williams. That were you even you weren't wearing a mega hat from. What I understand, correct? Correct. I was not wearing a mega hat on this day. However, we did have this magazine country to show that you know, we're condemning hate crime hoaxes and hate crimes in general. And this is what you know, supporters of the president or service. This is this is what we believe. Well, I I would think that UC Berkeley is the home of free speech. But not if you're a conservative, which we've seen with conservative speakers now for many, many years shouted down can't speak attacked, you know, it's pretty unbelievable. But they've allowed this to go on. So let me go right to the beginning. And in light of what happened. We'll just see small at a lot of people saying, well, you know, how do we believe this story? And I think you would probably understand that in light of everything that's happened. Right. Definitely. And I'm just like to say, it's not this. This isn't just you know, to protest speakers coming to campus, or or just me this is this is a problem that he's saying thanks conservative students all over Berkeley. A and Oliver California, but all right across the country. But the point is is that you see what's happening to smell it. And this guy is likely to spend years in jail, if the evidence as the police superintendent is pointing out is so overwhelming and incontrovertible you you wouldn't tell a phony story, which is what I'm saying. And if you did, you know, the consequences. Correct. Oh, absolutely, Sean. I I would never make a some sort of story to portray myself as a victim. In fact, I don't even really want to be, you know, the victim of Republican. Yeah. You know, this isn't this isn't mine. This you said you have three eye-witnesses that were there from the get go from the beginning. Correct. Yes. And they come out publicly and back you up, right? And when one of them is the president of the turning point group that I was helping on campus. Now, you will mediate we tried to get your phone video on which I think was really smart on your part and videotape this guy, right, right? Yeah. There was there was only, you know, he he approached our table and immediately started yelling and Cussing. And right, then I realized this was probably not a safe situation for myself or the students I was helping so so right. Then is when I started recording how long into the confrontation did you get that tape? I think it about six or seven seconds is that showing? Wow. Well, now, you know, we've had it on TV. And I watched somebody, you know, you were trying to obviously, you're the one being assaulted based on all the tapes that I've seen in their different tapes angles out there, and it looked to me like you would just trying to back up. And in the end, e kohl-kok you, you know, after he gets really close in your grill and have they found this person yet. So the the person I I believe he's been identified, but it is still under investigation. And and they haven't released any names for for the suspect. But it's my hope that he's he's arrested soon, whoever it is. Yeah, I hope so. But you think you've got the identification of this, and what are your plans, and what was your reaction, a Berkeley when they have an employee cheering on this assault against you. And do you expect that want the university to fire that person, I think, it's absolutely disgusting? That anybody let alone a member of the faculty would would, you know, hail this person as a hero. And and encourage this sort of behavior. It's totally unacceptable, and it speaks to sort of culture that that some universities know, just Berkeley, but across the country that they're harboring this sort of hostile culture in violent culture toward conservative. And it's only gotten worse in recent years. We've chronicled this this problem on college campuses for years now, the Berkeley employees actually tweeted out. Oh my God. The maga- people on UC Berkeley campus yesterday got punched in the face by someone. This makes me feel emotionally so much better. If this were the opposite, and it was a liberal that was hit on UC Berkeley campus that person would not be working for UC Berkeley anymore out. They did say Friday night that police identified the suspect based on current information available and the suspect is not a student at or affiliate of the university. But the person that supported it does work for the university. Right, right. Yeah. It's like I said man, it's just so tragic that that some of these people would would condone that kind of behavior, you know, on on Friday. I I went to the hospital because I was still having read my ears and a lot of symptoms, and you know, I've got a cat scan. And I'm still recovering and everything. But this is a really serious injury. And it's a shame that some people at the university or members of the campus community, don't take it so serious. Well, I listen, I saw your black on TV. But on the other hand, look I trained mixed martial arts five days a week an hour and a half a day and a half for six and a half years. So this is all I trained for and but I'll be honest from. I would do the same thing. You did. I would just do everything I could possibly do to back off get away. Avoid the assault. You seem to try everything within your power to prevent this from escalating. Yeah. And honestly, I hoped that by recording the situation that that they wouldn't do anything too stupid or crazy. But obviously that wasn't. They did how many different videos are there of the attack. I to be honest shot. I don't know how many there are. But there was. You know, there was well we had a couple of different angle. I know we had a couple of different angles. There are well over what they there was well over three witnesses like there was the the entire plaza stopped and stared at what was doing. Yeah. Now when you look at the attention from the media with Jesse smaller you compare it to your case with his violent video. What is your reaction? I believe him instantaneously. And they did they went in all the way. Yeah. I think it speaks to their credibility or or lack thereof really because you know, even even in the article where they stayed that I was allegedly assaulted. They clearly have a picture of me getting punched in the face, and you know. Similarly with Jesse they they didn't say it was alleged. When in fact, it it didn't even happen. Now, what are your plans going forward? What are you planning to do with the police, university, etc? So as I said everything is still under investigation. And I'm reviewing the options just kind of taking it step by step. I and I got an arrest individual, whoever it was, but mainly I'm just focused on recovering getting back in good health. So I can you know, promoting conservative principles on campuses, this really only emboldened me, and how old are you? And how did you become a conservative at such a young age? I I'm twenty six just turned twenty six I've been involved with politics all my life, you know, throughout middle school and high school. I did Mark mock legislature in mock the United Nations, and that sort of thing, and I carried that into college with me, and after I left I wanted to continue that sort of sort of activism, so I started working with the leadership institute. And and I just think what they do is so amazing and really necessary. Now more than. Well, I just want to tell you, I know baby publicly it's hard to get cold. Cock like that. But you know, what I'm a big fan of rocky movies ever, watch rocky movies? Oh, of course, it's not about how hard you get hit. It's about how hard you get hit. And you keep moving forward. Let me play a little bit of this. We tell you something you already know the world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It's very mean and nasty place. And I don't care how tough you are. It will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently. If you let it you me, nobody is going to hit his heart his life. But eight about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you get hit keep moving forward. How much you could take a keep moving forward. That's how winning is done. Now. If you know what you're worth a glut of guilt what you're worth. But you've got to be willing to take the hits. And not pointing fingers say, you ain't where you want to be because they him or her Bernie, buddy. Cowards. Do that do you? You know, what you think about that line? And you think about how powerful one of the most powerful scenes in all of the rocky movies. You know, nobody's gonna hit as hard as life. Hayden nobody. But it is about how hard you can get hit and get up. And I admire you, get NUP and moving forward. I really mean. Not. Thank you so much, Sean. Right. Keep us in the loop. We want to be updated. Okay. Absolutely. All right..

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"university california" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university california" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Vision of macro accomplishes these goals or even moves the system in a better direction macro provided for zero point five percent increases in physician payment for the first four years starting in twenty nineteen physicians medicare payments will be adjusted according to the quality and officiency of their care physicians participating in an advanced alternative payment system requiring that their practice take upside and downside financial risk depending on physician performance will receive a five percent bonus for each of the years twenty nineteen through twenty twentyfive those who are not part of designated risk sharing arrangements or otherwise exempted will receive payments for medicare services based on a merit based incentive payment system mips the latter concept is now the focus of considerable controversy eighty med pack has proposed scrapping mips among other changes bedside computer vision moving artificial intelligence from driver assistance to patient safety a perspective article by serena young from stanford university california the institute of medicine's nineteen ninety nine report on preventable patient harm in hospitals provoked requirements for public reporting of errors and financial penalties for preventable hospital acquired conditions checklists protocols route causing alice's programs for creating a culture of safety and early forms of technological assistance followed yet the goal of zero patient harm continues to elude hospitals a source of clinician assistance may lie in a rapidly progressing domain of artificial intelligence a known as computer vision broadly defined as the development of intelligent machines the field of ai focuses on both capabilities such as understanding spoken language and development methods such as machine learning no longer science.

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"university california" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"university california" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Peter navarro was a university academic it i believe university california irvine he's ring papers on china none of them in meeting candidate democratic candidate repeatedly very liberal wanted to ban the incandescent lightbulb donald trump bought into his china rhetoric and brought him on board for tariffs there is not a liberal or conservative economist alive or in the past hundred years who thought they were a good idea but this guy apparently knows the buttons to push with the president but you know as with everything he made this big pronouncement and now we see him doing caveats and conditional pulling back its it is the the only consistent thing about donald trump is his inconsistency we saw him do it with immigration we saw him do it with guns with saw him do it will gorwing gays from the military the guy you know can hold more possessions then the kama sutra a good though no everybody game with no decades adults we can have a shot at no i don't think i don't think he understands that either but i do think he understands that his base also doesn't understand it really you know what i mean the tariffs and everything he knows they're going to say morning or the stock market wool that went down totally this why is this fringe economics but not trickle down ways his tax cut in prosperous times is almost no economist who think that that's a good ally we disagree with you on that i i think there's definitely a liberal conservative divide on economics boat which hardly unequal equal divide you can always find a few nuts anywhere illicit went there is very few people i think i mean the university of chicago is a prominent economic school that pushed ronald reagan back in the 1980s on the idea of supply and they have a panel now with like fortytwo economists who all said this was a bad idea he actually do but i mean.

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"university california" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"university california" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"The gist is brought to you by the platinum card from american express there's a world of experiences waiting to open up with the platinum card backed by the services and security of american express and by spotify stream every episode of our show and other podcasts on spotify now just open the app tap browse and look for us in the podcast section learn more at spotify dot com slash podcasts the following podcast contains explicit language to thursday august 24th two thousand seventeen from slated the gist i might pasqua will hear is a trend spurred on by the trump presidency what puzzles a you didn't think that it be at university california berkeley energy professor resigned wednesday from his position at the state department a science on voice and he did so in fine fettle daniel kamin included in his resignation letter the words impeach as spelled out by the first letters of every paragraph hamid clarified that he's a scientist meant not be sure about the ins and outs of impeachment but he just doesn't like this guy now before that last friday the remaining sixteen members of the president's committee on arts and the humanity resigned in protest cal pan from herald and kumar who i found out his first name is calpine his full names calpine mody but he goes by calapan technical anyway resigns and here's the first paragraph of that or the for sentence of that resignation letter reproach in censure in the strongest possible terms are necessary following your support of the hate groups and terrorists who killed and injured fellow americans in charlottesville.

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"university california" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"university california" Discussed on Masters in Business

"And after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a rat and came up with a wearable computer and figured out after beat rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market course edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit in new mexico and university california irvine at would thorpe welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert support umw here i'm i'm thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quotes of yours and just have you uh respond them and some of these from beat the dealer chan's can be thought of as the cards you're dealt in life choices how you play them that's a pretty deep philosophical perspective tell us how you came to that well if you look back at your own life you probably have a number of circumstances were you could make an important choice one way or another and the way you made that choice had a big effect the woman you're married if if you'd fact did get married in uh the children that you brought up in how you brought them up the crew chosen life the lot of big choices that you make at some point or other and then there are things that you can't control light or your parents were and what kind of economic circumstances you were brought up in a where you where he started you start twenty yards behind these star liner.

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"university california" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"university california" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Efficient trial design fda approval of vow benazir him for tired of disconnect asia of respective article by michael davis from the center for drug evaluation and research silver spring maryland a wellexecuted development program that addresses both regulatory and clinical requirements is critical for making novel therapeutics available as quickly as possible to patients with unmet medical needs in the case of val benazir in which was recently approved by the food and drug administration for tired of disconnect asia a small company pursued thoughtful efficient trial design and an unusual application of remote assessment in clinical trials tired of disconnect asia is a debilitating i hattrick janik movement disorder that primarily affects patients with psychiatric illnesses the disorder can impair speech produce chewing and swallowing difficulties and increase the risk of false public perceptions of involuntary movements can lead to shame depression and increased social isolation an understanding of the mechanistic underpinnings of velde benazir in along with its potential for addressing an important unmet medical need was essential to the fda's decision to designate vow benazir in as a breakthrough therapy in october 2014 a move that facilitated early discussions between the fda and neuro qiren biosciences the sponsor and permitted effective deployment of review resources the fda took an engaged and flexible approach to review which led to its first approval of a drug for a condition that had previously lacked accepted therapies machine learning and prediction in medicine beyond the peak of inflated expectations of respective article by jonathan chen from stanford university california.

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"university california" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"university california" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I mean there's the for example university california irvine built our unease sports arena that that opened last fall and has already offering scholarships i'm keyarena and seattle's hosting major sports events now they they host manual doda to tournament there that's massive now insist so this is this is as uh david i presented at our recent full fast eastwards real it's here it's massive already on north america's assorted catching up to the rest of the world in this case on and i think if vegas seeing has attracted gamblers for decades on if they can now attract new generation of east sports fans who go to these tournaments in vegas and by the way potentially in the future gamble on these events on that's a whole new audience that vegas can tap into think it's a smart move yes the it'll be interesting to see what this looks like there are a few other arenas like this and it's kinda high end internet cafe so you have some space for every day gamers to come in they can sit down at a gaming station and play uh you can buy food and drinks and things like that and then there's also space to to host tournaments in league so it will just be interesting to see what the the dynamic or the makeup of those different aspects are but it makes a lot of sense to cater to that younger audience and you need to open it up for people who are under twenty one or eighteen or sixteen uh in this case the majority of people who play in watch exports are under the age of thirty five in pretty heavy teenage audience there so as i agree with mad i think this is the tip of the iceberg the company that's kind of behind the development here that's partnering with mgm they expect to open ten or fifteen of these around the us uh in the coming years i think this is their third in the us so a lot more to come here while and if you think about you know to to tony's point if you are win resorts if you're las vegas sans if you're any of these publicly traded casino companies.

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"university california" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

02:12 min | 5 years ago

"university california" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"That that help or hurt the mexican economy what about the us economy peter navarro and economics professor at university california at irvine he's the head president trump's newly formed white house national trade council and he would argue the sale of the draw newton dear a tv hurt mexicans economy and help us no no maybe he wouldn't argue that an amazing this on his analysis trump's economic plan to sit back from september twenty sixteen before he was appointed and here's what he wrote in and that economic plan quote when matchup exports are negative that is when a country runs a trade deficit bite and porting more than it exports this of tracks from gross so he would say a trade deficit when you import something that that so tracks from economic growth so hurts the economy he's basing his analysis on and accounting identity that is you just by government statisticians to esta main gross domestic product and it would td p that measures the monetary value of the country's output in terms of its production of goods and services and it's so touched produced output but the way that they can i could then i've i've mentioned this numerous episode of the show is they can look at what was spent and they can look at them the amount of income burnt but the formula this accounting identity for calculating td p based on what was spent it's consumption so right how also owns and that's meant my business is what are they investing in terms of building was no equipment it's government spending and it's exports would sold to foreign countries our businesses are household informed countries and then backs out import so it's consumption plus investment plus government spending plus exports minus import now the idea is that my back you know.

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"university california" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:45 min | 5 years ago

"university california" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Program of university california believer not on back in the early days of the internet and if you need to send something from you know from here to there it's not a big deal for takes one second to get there if you only send one thing but if you need to some something back and forth a billion times that one second is now a billion seconds if you can shrink that one second to half a second you say been enormous amount of time to amplified by billion so when you shrink a sell by making it cooler even just a little bit billions of a lot trunk's that flow threw it actually flow threw it more effectively more officially if you get a a so you were improvement there which is shown in better option consumption like you utilization there you brief you can measure event in the gaps that isn't that's pretty the from your body have you seen any other are researcher done any other research on effect so of the cooling or just entire house persistent on mitochondria will size are density or performance are and if you don't i'm not neighborhood yes yes absolutely and that it that has been there's a lotta work that's been done that area especially with people that suffer from heat sensitive disease like for example multiple score awesome or parkinson's so what you describe this fascinating because that's exactly what happens so it's one of the neurons has a small gap in between and that gap is colton over mph around it was a french anonymous that this covered this and what happens over normal core body temperature that pollsters all mitchell money seconds is very small and if you're lowered a core body temperature by very slight about one have to cruz fahrenheit you actually increased employed tood by four hundred percent eighth milliseconds so what happens.

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