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"university baltimore" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on WTOP

"Just 903 it's Tuesday, the seventh day of September 2021 76 degrees outside headed down to the lower sixties overnight. Good Tuesday evening. I'm Del Walter is the top local stories we're following for you at this hour. There are new developments concerning the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue enrichment tomorrow. The F A A is banning The use of drones over and around the monument band covers a two nautical mile radius and will stay in effect until 11 59 PM Thursday. The statue was the last Confederate statue on Richmond's Monument Avenue to be removed the fencing coming down tonight, the beauty o P will be on hand to witness that event tomorrow. Former running back Clinton Portis has now pleaded guilty in the health care fraud scheme. Prosecutors say at least a dozen ex NFL players were in on the scam, and Clinton Portis is signed plea deal, he admits to defrauding the NFL's healthcare program to the tune of nearly $100,000 court records. Reveal between January and March of 2018 port is allowed former NFL linebacker Robert McCune to file phony reimbursement claims for medical equipment. Prosecutors say Port has got to check, but he never bought those items. The NFL's healthcare plan allows ex players to get reimbursed for Adam. Pocket medical bills not covered by insurance. Prosecutors say the scheme stretched across the country in which about 12. Other players also follow those fake claims. As part of the plea deal, the two time Pro Bowler agreed to pay the money back. He could see after 10 years behind bars. A judge will sentence him on January six. G. Barnett w. T. O P News new this evening. Howard University continues to investigate that Ransomware attack paralyzed the school's network, but Howard says they will resume all in person classes tomorrow. Online and hybrid undergraduate classes will remain suspended. However, so far, Howard says they still don't have any evidence that personal information was accessed during the hacking school also planning to deploy an alternative WiFi system on campus. Also new tonight, a suspect being held in connection with last weekend's triple shooting at Towson University. Baltimore County Police say it was a 19 year old who fired those shots into an unsanctioned event. Hundreds gathering near Freedom Square when the shooting stopped. Three people, including a student, were hurt. That student was released from the hospital today. A campus cop has been placed on leave pending a full investigation. Rocky start to the first week of virtual learning in Arlington County. Parents say their kids aren't getting their schedules that there aren't any teachers for some grades and younger kids are getting picked on by older kids and unsupervised mixed grade virtual waiting rooms. There's already been an apology from Arlington Public School chief Academic officer Bridget Loft on the school system's website. Loft called the start of the school year for virtual learners unacceptable and frustrating, Even as she said the school system's working to fill staffing vacancies, streamlined schedules and deal with tech issues. She advised that some secondary students might still have to wait for schedules until Friday, while the staffing is sorted out. Parents of some of the 700 kids in the virtual learning program have complained that in person instruction apparently got priority from the school system. Kate Ryan w. T. O P. News, Metro's floating the possibility of a station in Georgetown. This year, saying it could solve chronic overcrowding on the orange blue and silver lines. Metro is looking at four possibilities. This it looks at ways to fix the backups and delays in the Rosalind Tunnel. A tunnel carries passengers on all three lines from Northern Virginia into D C and then onto Maryland. One possibility involves a realignment of the blue line that would add a second Rosslyn station. And a new tunnel to Georgetown and still, I had. The president is in New York talking climate change. It's 907. The future is unknown even for government organizations, so the best way you can prepare for uncertainty is to be agile. With Cornerstone. You can build a flexible and diverse organization that's resilient.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note in spite of the fertility of america in mechanical invention and applied science there are few branches of pure science in which she can be regarded as among the leading nations. Her nearest approach to preeminence has probably been in astronomy and in this field. Simon newcomb was at his death. The most distinguished figure nukem was born in the village of wallace nova scotia march twelfth eighteen. Thirty five his father who was a teacher gave him his elementary education and at the age of eighteen refined him teaching country school in maryland. Two years later a position as computer on the nautical almanac brought him to cambridge massachusetts where he studied in harvard university till eighteen sixty one when he was appointed professor of mathematics in the united states navy he remained in the government service till he was retired as a rear admiral in eighteen. Ninety seven having served besides as professor mathematics and astronomy in johns hopkins university baltimore from eighteen. Eighty four newcomb's labors were in the department of mathematical astronomy and were directed toward the explanation of the observed movements of the heavenly bodies the difficulty and complexity of the calculations involved are beyond the conception of the layman and the achievements which brought nukem honors from the learned of almost all civilized countries. Have to be taken on trust. By the general he had nevertheless an admirable power of clear exposition of those parts of his subject which were capable of popularization and the accompanying paper is a good example of the simple treatment of a large subject. Newcomb's interests extended beyond his special field and he wrote with vigour and originality on finance and economics and played a leading part in the general intellectual life of his.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If you want to go to college, I don't care if you want to spend 50,000 room 200,000 for four years. You're gonna pay it back when we other If you can't pay it back at the very beginning, we're going to get down to the sign is a co signer. So if you quit her, regardless of when you quit The firm is going to be on him and his home your home. That's the way it's got to be done. Well, there's no such thing as Free college. You're free. Anything that's somebody's paying that struck. The American taxpayer should not have to say anything to work one through problems bad enough. But college education I went to night school to university, Baltimore and I work doing it then and my mother with me at the time. Pay for everything in that apartment. But mother only she wanted to pay one half the food go. This is 34 years old 40/40 years ago. Thanks for everything guys back at the ranch. Everything And because this is my mom. I was well. Sister was heavy alcoholic. So she came up with May. She's trying to help out right? That's right. But this business is this. Is it once again another federal program. That has no legs to stand on, because if you drop about it every year or year Who the hell is going to pay for that? It's gonna be me and you and everybody else. It's a big subject, Bob. There's a lot to it. And it's gonna be a real important subject, because, uh, Biden and the administration they're going to be, you know, really pushing this thing to three and dollars for the climate Changing. Carrie is going to be the head of it as his eyes. This is a racket, man. If you can't put money up at the very beginning for your father, who us as a co signer. You don't get the deal. It's just if you can't afford it At the very beginning, you go to evening school like I did. And my brother from World War two. Right, Bob? Thank you very much for the co that's a big subject. Let's get back to, uh, Tony situation. So, Tony Is running for the top job. There's three people running to besides Tony, including the incumbent and I want to talk about and this is interesting. I bet 99% of the Republicans listening to this show didn't realize that within the dynamics of the Republican Party in Maryland. You have a trump group. A regular traditional GOP, I guess. And you have these Hogan sick of fans to people not look that up Google that sick of fans. Or psycho fans. You could take it Either way. It's good. Sounds good. Either way. Now why anybody at this point who is in the Republican Party who believes in Republican principles or anyone who was certainly a trump and we make Valerie NYR Trumpers make no mistake about that? But in any way shape reformers support Hogan. I mean, that's been a hell of an experience. So, Tony, let's say you win the job. Your top priority would be to try to bring these people together. Well, I think that Well, no, I think the top priority again is figure out what party we're going to be. And you know, 2022 moving forward, right? Um, no. The messaging talk about issues and those kind of things. I think the second The second thing is that's important Redistricting. That's him because, you know, you know, 10 years ago, we went through this with deal with, uh um Allie, Jerry Mander jacked up congressional path that we're still that the worst one John Sarbanes, according to the Wall Street Journal, the worst redistrict. District in the entire United States. Right?.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on WTOP

"Bit before it leaves dumping a good amount of rain. So Wednesday and Thursday. Let's keep our eye to the radars. We could be having some flooding concerns high temperatures on Thursday we'll be in the mid to upper sixties 58 right now in D. C. 50 in Leesburg and 46 in Frederick, Maryland. 11 10 here on W. GOP President Trump has yet to concede the election and continues to claim without evidence that the outcome is due in part to election fraud. Campaign, of course, has filed several lawsuits and several states including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Michigan, though some of those cases have already been dismissed, While supporters of the president hoped the legal challenges could change the final results, University of Baltimore law professor Kim Waylay, author of the book What You Need to Know about Voting, and Why says the lawsuits are Instead, politics disguised as legal strategy. She talked with her own Dimitri Sodas and Mike Murillo, the Georgia complaint and the Michigan one of Already been dismissed. And if you look at the claims, they're they're just really tinkering around the margins. There's nothing that's been filed that could conceivably actually changed the outcome in anyone states, certainly not enough to move the Electoral College tally in Trump's column. Is this as much to help the president make the transition as it is any legitimate effort to overturn the outcome of the election? Yes. So I mean, his strategy all along, you know, has been very clear that he was going to declare victory on Tuesday prior to the election, the Republican Party in the campaign we're trying to make it hard to count. Mail in ballots early and then we got to the third and then they were trying to make it hard to count mail in ballots late, So it was sort of a heads. We win tails, you lose scenario, and this president has been running essentially on the electoral system itself trying to suggest, and I think persuasively to many Americans that the electoral process itself is rigged. That itself is problematic in these lawsuits kind of feed that narrative, although when you look behind the curtain, there's really nothing there and it looks like Joe Biden is going to be president. January you no questions. When it comes to evidence and bring an allegation to a judge, such as voter fraud in this case and allegations of that what is needed to bring a case to a judge. Yeah, so voter fraud is actually a legal concept. It's a crime under federal lock and put you in jail for five years and, of course, crimes are there to create a disincentive for people to do it, so it's very, very rare. Voter fraud rare people just don't impersonate legitimate voters. It's not worth it, man. As you indicated. There's one thing to make a claim on Twitter or in a speech. It's another to go before a judge and the judge is going to say, Show me the evidence. Show me the facts. I want witnesses. I want documents. And when these lawsuits have gone to courts leading up to election and the allegations been abroad, the courts have just sort of shrugged and said no, you don't have any evidence. So they haven't let that ball move forward. Courts want facts. It's very different from politics. Many people remember 20. Some years ago, we had a recount dispute, which led to the election being decided by the U. S Supreme Court. What would the Trump campaign need to show to make it to the high bench this time? So again as you indicated a recount, not an actual count of votes and studies have shown in the last nearly 20 years. Only 31 6000 general state elections ended up in recounts and only three actually. Change the election results. So doesn't look like so far. We have a recount that could do that. But of course, the president would have to have a legitimate cause of action. That is a legal action have to have fax backing it up and the court's gonna want to see Listen, if I take this case, and we go through the whole process, could you actually get relief and relief here would be winning the election. As I said, the margins, But this point are so in favor of Joe Biden that even if you go back, and it picked some of these counts, I just don't see it, producing a result in court that Go to the Supreme Court and give him the election. I think what happened that many years ago was just sort of stars aligning very, very rare circumstance, And I think it's a good thing that people on the court that are there for life and not elected, are not going to decide this election is going to be the American people. That's university Baltimore law professor Kim Waylay, author of the book What You Need to Know About Voting and Why Stay Right Here. Sports Up in Seconds 11.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on WBSM 1420

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

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:02 min | 2 years ago

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

"Elder dot com follow us on Facebook on Twitter and on Instagram and check out my most recent YouTube video and it's about the threat that senator Chuck Schumer made against justices Cavanaugh and Gorsuch because of a abortion case that they are considering that even having decided the case yet he's on the steps of spring court making what I thought was a threat so I did a two minute video about that just go to YouTube and type in my name and every time and it should be the first one that pops up you can also type in shimmer if you don't see now the country of Switzerland is warning that the healthcare system could collapse in ten days this is another wonderful health care system that people like Bernie Sanders has been touting streets are empty across Europe as the cases surge Switzerland warning that a country's health care system could collapse in ten days of the virus keeps spreading at the moment now here's where we are this is Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland with amusing this globe now for the past several days this map along with our information here at fox the CDC the World Health Organization and Associated Press here's a confirmed cases around the world about a hundred ninety five thousand far right hand side over here you're up to nearly eight thousand deaths around the world total recovery numbers impressive it's about eighty thousand at the moment and they've been about a hundred and ten desk here in this country and coming up we're going to go over the category that most of these people were in died unfortunately because of the disease now Congress has now passed a corona virus bill both the house and the Senate and the Senate to the president's death he clearly will find it a lot of money I am once again government is intruding in a crisis the way government did during the so called Great Depression and made things worse as far as I'm concerned they're all sorts of things the government can do and should be doing other than what they're doing tell my cutting taxes however ending in government spending trump is delaying tax payment but you still have to file by April fifteenth and the package is a hundred and four billion dollars that Congress has put on the president's bill instead I'm calling them paid sick leave for a period of time makes the corona virus testing free expand unemployment benefits gives paid leave to some displaced workers increases spending on Medicaid and food stamps and nutrition assistance you know I'm a libertarian and if Larry elder who created the world Larry elder would have limited the government to article one section eight they never would have been an amendment the sixteenth amendment to have a income tax because it would have been a reason to have the funds for an income tax the country would've been far more prosperous and you notice the more prosperous country as the more generous people are with their with their money with their time we could handle all of these kinds of crises with the generosity of the American people social security should be privatized so that people have a control over their own account they don't get some lousy return when they retire in fact young people gonna get negative returns when they retire and when Dr Ben Carson said at that breakfast meeting in front of then president Barack Obama which convert the Medicare program into health savings it like we have with our car insurance a very high deductible in an account the people could put away money tax free for out of pocket expenses that are below the deductible but they have to pay for out of out of pocket that's how we handle our Medicare now even when you do this kind of plans to convert social security to a private savings accounts and Medicare to health savings account you still gonna have a whole lot of outstanding obligations so no matter what you do we're still in deep deep voodoo in terms of the unfunded obligation for these entitlement programs regarding Medicaid which is a state and federal joint welfare program the federal government based on article one section eight never ever ever she got in the business of of welfare relief anymore than they should have gotten in the business of of educational or healthcare all of these things have been left to the states that's what the founding fathers intended when they set up our system of what's called federalism so this is going to be another example of of how wonderful a government intrusion can be when in fact we step back and look at the big picture and how much more money the government's taken from the American people and therefore how much less prosperous this country is and how much how much more money would have to spend on on charity on starting businesses and all sorts of other things if you take a look at the world that way then you'll see that government's way way way too big substantially bigger than what the founding fathers intended president said that all foreclosures and evictions are gonna be suspended until the end of April as well today I'm also announcing that the department of housing and urban development just providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April so we're working very closely with Dr Ben Carson then everybody from hard every generation of Americans has been called to make shared sacrifices for the good of the nation he gave a shout out to America's nurses and this afternoon I'll be meeting with nurses on the front lines of the battle against the virus there Julie American heroes they want to get it done they they're incredible people so we're going to be meeting with nurses and I actually look forward to that rave that taking a lot of risk and may they have done it the credible job and they never complain the president said hill we will be invoking the defense production act what is the fence what is the defense production act and also he said we're working on developing self swap testing methods all of that and you'll be surprised at the number of people who all of a sudden I actually complimenting the president on CNN on MSNBC ha Sanjay Gupta the doctor on CNN on the other hand you have a bunch of Democrats members of the media repeating the lie the president called the corona virus hoax all that and more now if you're feeling run down don't have the energy used to have it's probably because you're not eating those foods and vegetables too time to try balance of nature fruit and veggies in capsule form Mike Gallagher has been enjoying the benefits of this amazing product for some time I decided to try bounce nature myself and.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On Facebook on Twitter and on Instagram and check out my most recent YouTube video and it's about the threat that senator Chuck Schumer made against justices Cavanaugh and Gorsuch because of a abortion case that they were considering even having decided the case yet he's on the steps of spring court making what I thought was a threat so I did a two minute video about that just go to YouTube and type in my name and at the time and it should be the first one that pops up you can also type consumer if you don't see now the country of Switzerland is warning that the healthcare system could collapse in ten days this is another wonderful health care system that people like Bernie Sanders has been touting streets are empty across Europe as the cases surge Switzerland warning that country's health care system could collapse in ten days of the virus keeps spreading at the moment now here's where we are this is Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland with amusing this globe now for the past several days this map but with our information here at fox the CDC the World Health Organization and Associated Press user confirmed cases around the world about a hundred ninety five thousand far right hand side over here you're up to nearly eight thousand deaths around the world total recovery numbers impressive it's about eighty thousand at the moment and there been about a hundred and ten desk here in this country and coming up we're going to go over the category that most of these people were in died unfortunately because of the disease now Congress has now passed a corona virus bill both the house and the Senate they sent to the president's death he clearly will find it a lot of money I am once again government is intruding in a crisis the way government did during the so called Great Depression and made things worse as far as I'm concerned they're all sorts of things the government can do and should be doing other than what they're doing how cutting taxes however ending in government spending trump is delaying tax payment but you still have to file by April fifteenth and the package is a hundred and four billion dollars that Congress has put on the president's bill instead I couldn't have paid us sick leave for a period of time makes the corona virus testing free expand unemployment benefits gives paid leave to some displaced workers increases spending on Medicaid and food stamps and nutrition assistance you know I'm a libertarian and if Larry elder who created the world Larry elder would have limited the government to article one section eight they never would have been an amendment the sixteenth amendment to have a income tax because it would have been a reason to have the funds for an income tax the country would've been far more prosperous and you notice the more prosperous country as the more generous people are with their with their money with their time we could handle all of these kinds of crises with the generosity of the American people social security should be privatized so that people have a control over their own account to they don't get some lousy returns when they retire affect young people gonna get negative returns when they retire and when Dr Ben Carson said at that breakfast meeting in front of then president Barack Obama which convert the Medicare program into health savings that we have with our car insurance a very high deductible and an account the people could put away money tax free for out of pocket expenses that are below the deductible but they have to pay for out of out of pocket that's how we handle our Medicare now even when you do this kind of plans to convert social security to a private savings account and Medicare to health savings account you're still gonna have a whole lot of outstanding obligations so no matter what you do we're still in deep deep voodoo in terms of the unfunded obligation for these entitlement programs regarding Medicaid which is a state and federal joint welfare program the federal government based on article one section eight never ever ever she got in the business of of welfare relief anymore than they should have gotten the difference of of educational or healthcare all of these things have been left to the states that's what the founding fathers intended when they set up our system of what's called federalism so this is going to be another example of of how wonderful a government intrusion can be when in fact we stepped back and looked at the big picture and how much more money the government's taken from the American people and therefore how much less prosperous this country is and how much how much more money would have to spend on on charity on starting businesses and all sorts of other things if you take a look at the world that way then you'll see that government is way way way too big substantially bigger than what the founding fathers intended president said that all foreclosures and evictions are gonna be suspended until the end of April as well today I'm also announcing that the department of housing and urban development just providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April so we're working very closely with Dr Ben Carson then everybody from hard yeah every generation of Americans has been called to make shared sacrifices for the good of the nation he gave a shout out to America's nurses and this afternoon I'll be meeting with nurses on the front lines of the battle against the virus there truly American heroes they want to get it done they they're incredible people so we're going to be meeting with nurses and I actually look forward to that save that taking a lot of risk in the they have done an incredible job and they never complain the president said hill we will be invoking the defense production act what is the fence what is the defense production act and also he said we're working on developing self swap testing methods all of that and you'll be surprised at the number of people who all of a sudden I actually complimenting the president on CNN on MSNBC ha Sanjay Gupta the doctor on CNN on the other hand you have a bunch of Democrats members of the media who repeating the lie the president called the corona virus hoax all of that and more now if you're feeling run down don't have the energy used to have it's probably because you're not eating those foods and vegetables too time to try balance of nature fruit and veggies in capsule form Mike Gallagher has been enjoying the benefits of this amazing product for some time I decided to try bounce nature myself and.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Show is just very much that pointing out how obsessed CNN is in particular about Donald Trump obsessed with making him look like the bad guy the worst guy to ever become president the United States which is a big accomplishment because you've noticed what's happened over the last few years the founding fathers very first presence United States George Washington who when I was a kid I'm forty one years old when George Washington was first pressing nine he was the greatest president ever set the bar so high he was a game of the cherry tree story they told you about he couldn't lie down a cherry tree that somewhere along the line in our change a little bit he may have been on a pretty old people the slaves it could've been that great of a president and it was Thomas Jefferson the third pray that guy owned slaves dot IDT owned slaves he got it on with one of his slaves and had like little babies now this is all DNA line Thomas Jefferson and they're not white member that became the narrative rhyolite Ghadames Jefferson so we started to take the founding fathers would president trump has been able to do he's worse than all those guys so all these three changing narratives in C. N. N. says the Donald Trump is worse than Washington worst and chat person and worst and Andrew Jackson Jackson did to native Americans trump is worse which is amazing in and of itself trump has an own people trump wasn't a founding father didn't create the constitution in its racism but he's still the worst president ever you see what I'm getting at here this is where the narrative goes in reason I bring this up is because again you saw all kinds of good news come out yesterday about trumpet about the economy in the lowest unemployment rate the stock markets through the roof that's trumps strength he's gonna run on that do they look maybe a rough around the edges maybe don't like everything I say maybe you know like everything I do but everything I do I do it for you like a Bryan Adams song number that one do are you new campaigns all boy potus I'm saying call you boy around look yeah but the reason I bring this up is with all that good news would truck going to run on the economy in twenty twenty and a recession looking less and less likely next year Democrats are panicked CNN is panicked we have to stop this man is worse than George Washington and worsted Thomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson worst thing of all combined so here is Michael Higginbotham writing for CNN he's talking about patriotism you ready for this headline the patriotic move could be the P. the patriotic mo for a guy like president Donald Trump who says he loves America all the time he loves the troops he loves the cops loves firefighters loved everything about this country the patriotic move is for trump to resign the actual story on CNN a political commentary F. Michael Higginbotham is a constitutional law professor and author who teaches at the university Baltimore's school of law and a candidates to fill the lates alive you're coming seats representing Maryland's seventh district in the house views expressed herein writes in his commentary of those of the author you know what I love about that crap yes they're the views of the author but CNN is not putting it on their website CNN dot com just because.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Overturn roe V. Wade is if you have to look into the future at what a conservative jurist might use an argument news is there anything in the constitution or any other arguments that might be used to overturn great I'm sure yeah it's a great question is the burning question I think so the right to privacy is nowhere in the constitution that word is not in the constitution it derives from the Fourth Amendment it's kind of this idea of as I suggested we don't want guards banging down our door and going through our stuff it's my private home that's kind of the concept actually behind the gun the idea that the second amendment protects guns in the home that Heller decision was not I can have any gun I want you can have a hand gun in your home because your home is special so that's the idea roe versus Wade took the due process clause and said you know due process we think about the process from the Magna Carta one of the oldest the oldest document legal document known to western civilization really it maybe there's something older but that's functioning in our current our current legal regime the idea was before government can take your life liberty or property that the where they put you in jail you have to at least get a trial you have to have some kind of hearing the court said in roe you know the concept of liberty is more than just you they're gonna jump through certain Herbie hoops and then take something from you there's something about liberty that just there certain stuff that the guy we don't want government mucking around it at all and I've written are on this that concept dates back to the early twentieth century where there were challenges to laws limiting parents ability to teach their children a foreign language and the court said that there's nothing allowing you to treat you teach your child a foreign language in the constitution but we do we really want government telling you whether you could teacher so role is part of that so the court would have to say listen there's nothing there's no privacy in the constitution the due process clause says nothing about abortion strict reading of the constitution it's out but my point is be careful right because that whole concept protect all this other stuff that we you know I I my children are here they're not home studying because the government says they have to be and that's because the constitution has been construed that way but these are the sorts of if we have an unaccountable government it's directly tethered to this notion of rights and when I call right is how much can the government bully you and I've said second amendment gun rights abortion they they have one thing in common I don't want government telling me how to live my personal life you might say your doctor might have a different decision your your your soul your ethics your priest your rabbi on that decision the question is how much does government get to side to side about whether you are forced physically to indoor something that is after four pregnancies quite quite difficult so I so I think there's some common ground and that's a long answer but that's what they would say they say no that's not in the constitution I think it's unlikely rose been whittled away by limits on abortions that essentially take away the right to begin with for impoverished women and women of color women who can buy a plane ticket or get on a bus or get in their car and have the however much it costs in their pocket they're going to have that right for impoverished women what we've been that you don't can't don't have the funds to do that they're already suffering there already don't have access to what the the the the roe versus Wade protection this is gets to this question of enforcement Grover says wait allows the right to an abortion but if that isn't enforced and the courts allowed a lot so many infringements of the waiting periods that all these kinds of things ways of making it effectively impossible I think the court could just kind of let that go on its merry way and say we're not we're not messing with this the way they sort of did with gerrymandering yes in fact speaker Pelosi came out a little while ago and said that if the Democrats win the presidency in twenty twenty they need to win big otherwise trump might say that the election results for fraudulent and not give up power my question is if if you had a bit of a crystal ball if that were to happen what would the consequences be if there is a consequence for president refusing to give up power and what do you think would actually play out if that were to occur yeah I like that question and in part because when I speak sometimes I think people think it's hyperbole and you know this will never happen but that is not an unrealistic I don't think we can take that off the table with this particular president and then you have to sort of play out the scenarios we are three branches of government this is a structure I sat on the book so how do you enforce laws you go to the FBI which is essentially the federal entity that is our police officers are federal police officers they answer to the president added states you go to process the department justice to prosecute criminal violations they all answer to the president of the United States you go you go to the military to enforce some kind of will take over he's commander in chief of the of the military Congress has ceded the warped I don't think that would be more civil a civil war I don't know that and if it's a war fought the war clause would even come into play they could starve the military and take all the appropriations away from the military but then if we were actually attacked by a foreign adversary we wouldn't have we would have a function military but they answer the military answers to the president of the United States and then of course we have we have a we have a a Melissa for better or worse that we have people with a lot of guns and we have a president is encouraged from the bully pulpit whether it's hyperbole or not using courage that as a means of at least in the last last last election cycle enforcing their popular will so I think it would be a crisis of potentially you know inconceivable proportions I'm not necessarily convinced I and by A. B. to weigh in on this because she's much as a much more expertise in politics and I I'm not convinced that even with them and you know a massive windfall on behalf of the democratic president that in this baby is a question for psychologists that this particular present this particular human being would abide by that and say well listen the forces are are too strong for me he just he just keeps pushing it and and you know I actually knows at this is hearsay might not be true or not but know someone who used to do with the family photographer for trump and said but he's like a toddler I'm not in a high chair with two if it's full of spaghetti and don't throw the spaghetti don't throw spaghetti and the toddler throws the spaghetti if anyone had a child you know that if you're not consequence for throwing the spaghetti in that moment let's get forget it their spaghetti on your walls and the ceiling on your hair the rest of your life right up until he's been throwing a lot of spaghetti and if there's no you don't stop at the spaghetti throwing out we could we could take it to that point and there's a really good book called how democracies die written by two professors at Harvard that talked about the four prongs a functioning democracy is dying you put your referees and on your team you will you fill out the rule of law you pretend the role there is no law are you you speak hostile and violent terms from from the bully pulpit and I'm I'm losing the fourth but essentially they trace historically every president to date and no one hit all four and print and trump did in this was early in his presidency so again toggle tumbled out trump is going to go whether we like it or not you know eight years he can't have warned of the constitution technically but he if he if he were to do that maneuver it's would be scary but even if he doesn't whoever takes over is going to have a lot of power based on how we're we're allowing the spaghetti to just fly through the air Kim Wheatley law professor university Baltimore AB started associate editor real clear politics how to read the constitution and why I'm gonna sell more books and tell you that a political magazines Tim Alberta is an amazing report is a book coming out next month called American carnage with actually explosive reporting on this very topic that has not yet been published about the the people around president trump anticipating this so it'll just so it'll be interesting reading for sure yes ma'am this is going to be our last question very mundane question the Oakland said that he's someone who has more yesterday's in tomorrow's that's my description but in nineteen grand children which what's the lowest level who can read this book because I'm by the case you know so the question was she is nineteen grandchildren and wants to know what would be the appropriate age to start with a book like this you know I I you know a a B. as children to actually make she's done an audio version Kerr there might be an interesting I know right there with his hands Brett bear with his book on Reagan and Eisenhower I think was asked to do a version for school age children so maybe this is something that you'll have to look into yes you can I've actually made that pitch to Harper Collins and they're they're not sure so you can look let them know I do have it'll be up next week I have a a study guide with questions for or for students that will be on their website I think it's Monday they told me my answer is I would say bill school up for precocious somebody's cures and and and the audio book honestly you could say a chapter a week or a chapter a month and listen to it a couple times to have it sink in and over the course of a year do you being in your your children would be extraordinarily more and burst on the constitution and most people walking around and as I said I've learned how to translate to teaching I understand the theory from doing all the research and stuff but then through the teaching of understand how to sort of merry the to make it accessible so the the book is really also kind of first year law school light in a way it teaches you how to ride the bike not just tells you how to ride the bike I tell my students that I can for thirteen weeks tell you how to ride a bike and until you get on the bike and fall off the bike you're still not right like so try to get people read by but that's a long answer question I think certainly a high school if for most students junior senior high school college level but I would say you know my Chloe for sure she's a she's a freshman but Michael if for Sir could understand it you said last question if you have a question please feel free to happen a signing on whether you're getting a book signed or not can we get one more round of applause for came in.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What I found astonished me not a lot of people know that this is how I fell off my chair this was one of those things that the world was never supposed to see or hear bringing these hidden influences into the light that's what the show is all about we uncover clues to a deeper sells the archaeology of five eighty nine today on the show we had a nice between two things that seem awfully close we look at the before and the after decisions why we struggle to make some choices and can't let go of others I am responsible because I didn't listen to him and what he was saying first this news live from NPR news in Washington I'm your rom California police say there is an active shooter at a food festival in Gilroy south of San Jose according to local reports several people were hit other details are not yet available president trump has announced via a tweet that director of national intelligence Dan coats is stepping down August fifteenth and as NPR's Tamera Keith reports from says he intends to nominate Republican congressman John Radcliffe to replace him during his time on the job coats at times quietly contradicted trough while backing up the findings of the intelligence community on Russian election interference and other matters trump had been talking to possible replacements for codes for some time in a tweeted statement trump says congressman Radcliffe will quote lead and inspire greatness for the country he loves Radcliffe had reportedly already been on trump's radar but earned extra noticed last week at the house Judiciary Committee hearing when he came out swinging against Robert Muller in defense of president trump reckless Texas congressional district is one of the most heavily Republican in the country he served as a U. S. attorney during the bush administration Tamera Keith NPR news president trump continued his Twitter attacks today against Maryland representative and black civil rights leader Elijah Cummings W. Y. NPR's Emily Solomon reports the president called Baltimore quote disgusting wrapped in rodent infested mess and a different series of tweets this weekend saying no human being would want to live there in Baltimore residents and officials were swift to condemn trump including Lawrence brown a professor at Morgan state university Baltimore is America this is America so for trump to say there are problems in Baltimore as if Baltimore isn't a part of America I think is the ultimate sort of sleight of hand Cummings tweeted back at the president's Saturday posts he said it's his constitutional duty to oversee the executive branch and his moral duty to fight for his constituents for NPR news I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore diplomats from Germany France Britain China and Russia met with representatives from Iran in Vienna today to discuss how to salvage the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement president trump had withdrawn the U. S. from the agreement last year and re imposed economic sanctions against Iran Iran foreign minister told reporters after today's meeting the atmosphere was constructive and the discussions were good Porter Rican governor record ever say has said he'll resign Friday after weeks of protests now the woman in line to replace them says he doesn't want the job just as secretary one device was says she hopes that the governor will appoint a new secretary of state before he steps down within the next to be governor the previous secretary of state had resigned as part of the scandal over the release of profane chat messages involving several government officials this is NPR news police fired tear gas and rubber bullets and protesters in Hong Kong today for the second day the demonstrations began last month in opposition to propose legislation that would allow Hong Kong residents extradited to mainland China but the protests have expanded to a broader call for full democracy in the territory the.

"university baltimore" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone across the nation there's a tremendous outcry against president trump's tweet targeting a congressman from majority black Baltimore and his congressional district the president laced into congressman Elijah Cummings and called his district and disgusting rat infested mess the president's chief of staff defended him and Lee Sullivan of member station W. Y. P. R. has more the president called Baltimore quote disgusting wrapped in rodent infested mess and a different series of tweets this weekend saying no human being would want to live there in Baltimore residents and officials were swift to condemn trump including Lawrence brown a professor at Morgan state university Baltimore is America this is America so for trump to save their problems in Baltimore as if Baltimore isn't a part of America I think is the ultimate sort of sleight of hand Cummings tweeted back at the president's Saturday posts he said it's his constitutional duty to oversee the executive branch and his moral duty to fight for his constituents for NPR news I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore president trump has tweeted the director of national intelligence Dan coats is going to resign from his post on August fifteenth as NPR's Greg Mari tells us coach has at times different publicly with the president one example was when coach was testifying in January before a Senate intelligence committee president trump had just set a couple things that north Korea's nuclear program now no longer I seem to be a threat coach went up in in contradicted that with his testimony saying the assessment of the intelligence community was that the north Koreans would keep their nuclear weapons congressman John reckless of Texas the president's choice to succeed co is a frequent trop defender who fiercely question former special counsel Robert Muller last week during a house Judiciary Committee hearing the British government is increasingly convinced it will leave the European Union on October thirty first with no agreement on a future relationship teri Schultz has the latest new British prime minister Boris Johnson says he won't reopen brexit negotiations with the E. U. unless it drops the Irish backstop that's the contingency plan that would prevent customs and passport checks between E. U. member Ireland and British ruled Northern Ireland if there's no new agreement setting out long term procedures the E. U. says is not willing to renegotiate at all making the new deal scenario increasingly likely British treasury official rishi soon Octel Sky News the U. K. still hopes Brussels will bend but if not with turbocharging preparations for no jail that is now the government's number one priority the British.

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"university baltimore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"university baltimore" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One person is dead and two others are missing after a chemical plant explosion in Illinois while Keegan mayor. Sam Cunningham says the search has been halted. Rescue or recovery attempts because the condition of the building, but what they're doing right now is bringing in a benching Unitewd out of corn teen everything in once that unit stumpage in place. We're bringing heavy duty equipment to move some of the particles of the building that are dangerous. We contain a psalm the rescue or recovery. Efforts voters are going to the polls today to elect mayors Dallas Fort Worth and San Antonio three cities have a combined population of more than three and a half million people Dallas county elections administrator Tony Pippen's pool says around forty thousand people cast notes early which leads her to believe turnout will increase this election day at the rate of eight percent. My percent, we you're dealing with one point three million registered voters who eligible about that's really not really get number. But it's better than the last two years. Now in candidates are running for mayor in Dallas and nine incenting. Tony. Jio in Fort Worth incumbent mayor Betsy price is seeking an unprecedented fifth term Clayton Neville, Dallas. I'm Ann Cates. Nobody will yell news at six o two. I'm Steve coming a coastguard. Search is underway for two men after their helicopter crashed in Chesapeake Bay near bloody point in queens county, south of the bay bridge. Mike Cremedas has details. The helicopter crashed about a mile south of Kent island, Maryland of brother of one of the men who was in the helicopter was boating in the vicinity when he saw the crash and notified the coast guard. According to the assistant chief with the Queen ants county department of emergency services first responders found debris in the area. But have not located anybody's rescue boats from the coastguard station in Annapolis. A dive team from the Rundle county fire department and several other agencies or assisting in the search for the missing man, I'm Mike Cremedas Prince George's county, teen with a bright future is now charged with murdering his girlfriend and staging the scene to make it look like a suicide Jamal speaks charged with shooting and killing Sunita Floyd in fort Washington, home in April with a gun. Done. He bought illegally after shooting. Her police say he put the gun in his girlfriend's hand making it look like she shot herself. An autopsy found that was not possible speaks admitted he was involved speaks fought to play football at Balu high school after he was told he could not because he was homeless and didn't meet the requirement that he lived in the area. He was eventually allowed to play and was then recruited by temple university. Baltimore police are looking for suspects in a series of shootings that left three dead and five wounded across the city on Friday yesterday afternoon. One man was shot and killed on the west.

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Vanderbilt University, Baltimore and Williams discussed on Religion On the Line

Religion On the Line

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Vanderbilt University, Baltimore and Williams discussed on Religion On the Line

"Free on spotify researchers say they have found that the number of kids hospitalized for attempting or sinking about suicide has doubled in less than a decade study conducted by pediatricians at vanderbilt university found the biggest increasing er visits or hospital stays connected to suicidal thoughts or attempts climbed across all ages and all demographics but the biggest hikes were seeing among adolescents the increases were also higher among girls and they happen more often during the school year dropping sharply in the summer as opposed to adult suicide rates the tend to spike in spring and summer the research is published in the journal pediatrics i'm jan johnson justify is on the way to becoming the twelfth triple crown winner in history the kentucky derby winner won the one hundred forty third running of the preakness stakes at the pimlico race course in baltimore yesterday on a wet muddy foggy day i'm christopher cruise viborg cast partly to mostly cloudy skies today may yield a shower too got to watch out for that only about a thirty percent chance highs a little bit cooler only getting up to eighty degrees turning partly cloudy by the evening i'm casey tv five meteorologist run williams do the sounds of life sound like this millions of americans don't know their hearings slowly deteriorating due to ear wax buildup.

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