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"university bristol" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"university bristol" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Of this report being publicized has the media reported on this legitimate study has Dr phony follow G. the amount of the file she stated anything about this no why because it doesn't fit their narrative it doesn't fit their end game remember to the answer to them the end justifies the means and if the M. means they can make trump look bad take down president trump even though Hydroxycut work when may very well benefit Chinese one virus patients they don't care they would rather keep it quiet because number one the end justifies their means they want to get rid of trump and let's not forget Dr phony found she has a vested interest whether it is by getting continuous funding or continual funding by some of the the farmer groups that are working on a vaccine whether it is his name on some sort of treatment getting a patent meaning he gets some cash charging as part of that there's always an end game follow the money and what I tell you about the cocktail of hydroxy Cork when which is generic medication is it for my sentencing generic all cheap twenty Bucks big farmers not making billions of dollars on those medications Dr fox your any other researchers not making big Bucks big Bucks and what we say by the way about remiss rim sept I get that correct registered here I want to make sure I I was confused read does appear and initially I said I wasn't sure what the treatment was going to cost well we know what the treatment is going to cost for room does appear which by the way they showed that has a minimal effect maybe for those people that were covered instead of a stay of fourteen days is reduced it to ten days but they didn't show any big results like they did with hydroxy Cork wind storm does appear how much remember I just told you that the drug cocktail the generic cocktail of hydroxy Cork when zinc is a for my sin twenty Bucks twenty Bucks ram does appear twenty Bucks think again fifty Bucks not even close two hundred Bucks hi number the old price is right game higher lower let's play that game four hundred higher six hundred higher eight hundred hire a thousand yes a thousand Bucks and remember that's still not a final figure it could be more than that there are some Wall Street analysts that suggests that Gilead sciences should charge forty five hundred Bucks even vote the United States taxpayer help in the development all room does appear our tax dollars in grants were given to Gilead sciences yet there are going to reap all the benefits of it remember there's always the end game don't think for a second do not think for a second that there is that cash doesn't play into it it certainly does and start talking about big pharma we're screwed the Chinese control our antibiotics supply ninety percent of the world's supply of antibiotics come from Chinese factories you name the penicillin amoxicillin it all comes from China in fact the last remaining penicillin factory was in east Syracuse New York I went to Syracuse University Bristol Myers Squibb they had a big factory fifty buildings project actually grow penicillin you have to grow the bowl closed in two thousand four two thousand five gone we are screwed time to.

"university bristol" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

06:01 min | 7 months ago

"university bristol" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Years ago that it doesn't matter if the economy Contracts and people lose their jobs because brexit is worth it You know there are some things that are more important than the economy and it's precisely the same people now saying there's nothing more important than the economy. I resent the source. But that's by the by the the main problem with it is. That is a false dichotomy again. You know we can know instinctively predict tax going to happen. Why is going to happen? It's really wet finger up in the ED time. The only thing we can go to is historical evidence from previous similar situations if you look at the data from the influenza pandemic in nine thousand eight hundred to nine hundred nineteen it. Conclusively shows that the Cities States nations that closed down sharpest and stayed closed. Longest bounced back the quickest there. There are no counterfactual examples. Today's this states that took long to close the cities that took long to lock down and then try to come out too. Early ended up paying heavier economic price. So it's a I. I called to me to say you're either protecting people or the economy because actually evidence says that the same action protects both. That's the first thing the second thing is that there is a a real thin end of the wedge argument here if you start saying that in the face of present imminent real danger. There is an economic balance to be had. You are basically relegating. The sanctity of your citizens lives two. Second-place you're accepting the argument where economic units. And that sometimes you have to sacrifice a few people in order but but the moment you take that away from the abstract and you make it you make it specific so if you say to someone okay so how many people are in your extended family twenty five peaks three to die now for the opportunity for the other twenty two of you to possibly have a bit more disposable income in ten years to come but then it becomes a much more difficult. No of course I'm a terribly hyperbole to to to explain a point you know. There is no economic sense in Palliative. Care none at all it would literally the only economic sense would be to leave people to die with no palliative care. You can't you can't begin to make sorts of calculations it's it's a route to unsuitability thought resent INARA. I think you'll finding the wrong. The economy it's about having more disposable income it's the economy is people and the economy is also a health issue and there are for example. There's a there's a university Bristol Research. It's saying the tipping point six point four percent decline and you'll reducing life expected say average of three months hits the hardest another study which shows a one percent full employment tends to cause a a two percent increase in chronic illness especially mental health. You've cise stress pool diets suicide domestic abuse delayed seeking medical help. Some of these religions recessions some of these devices specifically related to the mark down but there is a theory cones. A point in its lobby wants to do too early but that does this has to be a consideration. It's not as it's not lives versus money you know the economy is about people's lives and people you know does has to. I'm not suggesting that I never suggested the economy should stay. You know. We should stay lockdown forever endeavor or until there is a vaccine options. There is a balance there is a balance. There is an exit strategy to be found from this. All I'm saying is that there is a knee-jerk reaction that says. Well you know the longer. We're locked down the more difficult it will be to bounce back economically and it's simply historically not true. The will actually open for opening up at the right moment. Is What's needed for the economy to bounce but the longer it goes on you. More companies collapsed beyond repair. Of course the longer in the worst becomes again as I said. Historical data does not bear that out that the cities in the states that tried to open earlier ended up having much longer tail to the economic damage that the influenza pandemic did so I didn't I didn't have over solutions but only I'm saying is there's a there's a simplistic way of going. Well Okay we're GONNA have to to stop the lockdown at some point because otherwise the economy is going to collapse and it could be precisely that sort of thinking that results in the economy collapsing. So of course there's a balance I'm just not sure it's as straightforward as you know. How many old people do we save.

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"university bristol" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"university bristol" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Claims. August police reports. Calls real harm. They do harm to every legitimate victim. Who's in need of support by police and investigators as well as the citizens of the city to host one of the largest private parades in the world, and we're proud of that as a police department and also as a city. Lawyers for small I'd say the Chicago police department put on an organized law enforcement spectacle when the superintendent detailed investigator's findings about the alleged attack on the empire actor, and they say the actor tonight is the allegations high level trade talks between the US and China continue in Washington with the goal of easing standoff. That's clouding the global economy. Chinese delegation is meeting with the US team led by Trade Representative Robert lighthizer secretary of state, Mike Pompeo told the FOX business network. The question remains of China will give up its bad habits. These are real threats, and we need to be capable of protecting our information and our data. So does does China admit to the cyber intrusions? Do they admit to to the theft of intellectual property, we're the former president of Microsoft on this program couple months ago? Steve bomber it. He said that ninety percent of the companies in China, use the Microsoft operating system. One percent pay for it. It costs Microsoft ten billion dollars a year in profit, this this this enormous transfer this unlawful transfer of American wealth, American innovation and creativity. That's taken place over the last decades is enormous. It's historic. The Trump administration is determined to push back against it. We opened by talking about these trade agreements that are being worked on in Washington. Even as we speak. They will attempt to address this. The Chinese need to acknowledge that this is taking place need to put structural changes in place to prevent it from taking place, and then there needs to be an enforcement mechanism. So that the whole world can know that these things are. Continued to happen. Do how do we get to a point where we can try that? They will keep the promise. I mean, let's say you do get an animal you, and we get these agreements that. Yeah, we're going to move the needle on IP theft haven't they made promises to us in the past that they haven't kept. They certainly have. That's absolutely the case. And arbitration knows this we won't fall into those same pitfalls. They've made commitments on cyber and other things which just simply not honored. That's why the enforcement mechanism, and if you talk to him or lighthizer secondary Mnuchin for even two minutes, they will have the heart of these discussions will surround enforcement mechanisms, and I hope that the Chinese will be prepared to permit those to take place if they do perhaps we can find a good solid trade way to move forward. Yeah. The world's at two biggest economies are locked in a trade war that started over allegations that China deploys predatory tactics in its bid to take over US technological dominance. China denies and engages in the behavior. President Trump is pledging to expand opportunity for Americans of every race religion and creed as he commemorates black history month speaking to one hundred Thursday at a White House reception. The president boasted about the economy and said the unemployment rate African Americans is that what he said the lowest level today. We're here to honor the extraordinary contributions of African Americans to every aspect of American life history and culture from the earliest days of this nation, African American leaders pioneers and visionaries have uplifted and inspired our country in art in science, literature law film, politics, business and every arena. Of national life, the depth and Laurie of these contributions are beyond measure, you know, it I know it and everybody knows it since the beginning of our Republic African Americans have given their heart their love and their very lives to the curse suit. And you know, this better than anybody. You have worked so hard. I guess when you get right down to it. We're all working very hard, but the pursuit of liberty and Justice for all. So we pledge in the honor of great African American community to build a future where every American child can live in safety dignity. Liberty and peace as Americans we all share the same dreams, the same hopes and the same magnificent destiny we are. Now, we are now and will forever be and will forever. Be one people one family and one glorious name. Shen under God. Trump also touted passage of criminal Justice reform that was passed in December. He says the nation sentencing laws disproportionately harm African American communities far greater than anyone else. In other news this morning here on America's First News. The editor of USA Today as apologize for an image. Portraying black face that was published in the Zona state university yearbook on her watch Nicole Carroll says she edited the ASU yearbook for one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine it had a photo of two people and black face pretending to be boxer Mike Tyson and his former wife Robin givens in a twist of irony. The racist image turned up during a review of yearbooks done by USA today. Journalists Carol says she was shocked to find the photo in the yearbook she edited and finally this morning here on America's First News. Why zebras have strikes? Well, it's the question that's been around as long as zebras have. Now, scientists from the university. Bristol and the university of California Davis think they may have the answer. The researchers dressed horses in black and white striped coats stood them with horses that were unadorned and waited for flies the same number of flies appeared to approach both types of courses. But researchers found that fewer horse flies landed on the ones decked out and stripe. So the conclusion of the stripe seemed to somehow confuse the horse flies as they tried to land on the stripe horses. That's just the stripes exist to give zebras protection from bloodsucking insects that can spread disease. Take us with you. Wherever you go down. I could use some of those stripes on the golf courses mosquitoes come at me take us with you wherever you go. Download the talks during free mobile app reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook, I met Matt Ray talk use the hashtag af en more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning. The twenty second day of February. I though a word from our sponsors. Hey, mike. How's the how's how's the? How's how's the? How's the house go?.

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Substance was reportedly found their pro-jo reports the lockdown at the Cranston facility lifted on Sunday. That's according to the State Department of corrections spokespersons so it finally kind of trickled down into the news cycle Rhode Island state police investigating these Saturday incident. So the investigation continues. However, the lockdown has been waved at the women's unit of the a CI. Well, I see where we're finally going to have a debate Cathy greg- in today's Providence Journal says fresh off her own democratic primary win governor Raimondo's agreed to face GOP nominee, Allan Fung. The mayor of Rhode Island's second largest city. The Republican turned independent Joe Trillo is going to the dance to this is the first televised debate of the two thousand eighteen campaign for governor as you know, both Fung and Raimondo refused to debate their primary opponents on television. The debate will begin at seven pm Thursday September twenty seventh circle it be there. Aloha in the global heritage hall on Roger Williams, universities Bristol campus. That's going to air live on. I witness news on channel twelve I participated as one of the panelists in a channel six debate. That was held there too. It's a great atmosphere, Roger Williams, universities Bristol campus. They have a live audience there. So while there are other candidates for governor on this ballot. The vice president and general manager of eyewitness news. That's Pat, holy. He told the pro-jo that the stations. Following guidelines adopted by its parents company Nexstar broadcasting in deciding which candidates would be invited to take part in the debate. In other words, you gotta gotta make certain criteria to be a part of all this pro-jo says another potential door opener for candidates who meet some but not all of the criteria. The candidates have received at least five percent of the potential primary vote or ten percent of the potential general election vote in quote and established professionally conducted nonpartisan poll who would ever do that. Or a minimum of twenty percent of the actual votes for the same officer or a comparable office in the last four years that's called CYA people. And I understand that you know, you go buy your your company's rules and regulations, and you are all set you have covered your fanny if you know what I'm saying. So my guess is those are the three who will be competing Governor Gina Raimondo. Allan Fung, Joe Trillo competing in the debate. I should say participating the rest will be competing gubernatorial candidate set to debate September the twenty seventh. So that should be interesting. Meantime, surfers are being urged. To be awfully vigilant. After the second shark attack off Cape Cod is your big difference between our waters and those have Cape Cod. Some surfers seem to think. So here's Steve Neilson. From eyewitness news. I Ryan Littman has been surfing Narragansett for twenty five years. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's just really sad. Really sad thing. He liked the rest of us heard the news this weekend that Arthur Medici was bitten by a shark on both legs and well fleet and died. Authorities say he was boogie boarding with friends just a few miles away from where another swimmer was bitten by a shark earlier this summer on the Cape to attacks. I think we could be concerned that it's a dangerous situation marine biologist. Greg skull mall says the sharks follow the seals and the Cape to feed we see these sharks everyday along this coastline. They are. They're in big numbers. And and people have to be vigilant and be aware of it. Yeah. Cape is a different story. You know? It's it's much closer to deeper water. The seals migrate right past the Cape. Leeuwin says local surf. Offers in Rhode Island aren't nearly as concerned as they would be in the Cape in more than two decades. He says he's never seen a white shark in the water here, you can easily go, you know, we're only our many miles fifty miles from the cave white. We must be in the same risk profile is they are. But that's just not the case and school says out on the Cape. They are looking into these shark attacks right now and making sure swimmers are advised that this doesn't happen again. At a Steve Nielsen from eyewitness news that has some pretty frightening stuff. And I'll tell you what you wouldn't have to tell me to temps to stay off the beach there. Wow. So yesterday, Stephen FOSS kit in the Worcester telegram and gazette. So I say the word Worcester. And you know, where I'm going in an afternoon that saw plenty of sports metaphors tossed around the common city manager there Edward Augusta's. He dug deep Monday for the city's celebration of the pending arrival of triple a baseball. I was watching some of the TV coverage of this last night. And it was kind of awkward very awkward. You know, because you you're doing a report about how this big. Celebrations going on in Worcester. But in the same breath, you know, they're pulling the PawSox outta here to go there. So how to cover this thing? You know, I wouldn't have covered it in such a joyous way. If you ask me, but then again, and that's just me thousands to turn off the event which featured several Red Sox legends, including Dwight Evans and Pedro Martinez. So they were rolling out the guns. Also, Jerry Randy was there any looked pretty good which is good news because he's being treated for cancer. So we told you the first televised debate has been announced for the primary winners in Rhode Island's governor's race. And also for the independent democratic incumbent Gina Raimondo to tan Republican challenger Ellen fun. Go at it again along with independent Joe Trillo all set to debate at Roger Williams, university Bristol campus, seven o'clock on September, the twenty seventh debate to be aired on I witness news. Tim white will moderate that Tim does such a great job at these things and these things difficult. They are not easy debate controlling a debate is not an easy thing to do. And this should be an interesting one among those three democrat incumbent Gina Raimondo, the two-time Republican challenger Ellen Fung, and Joe Trillo, who's not a bashful guy. So that should be very very interesting Patrik Andersson of the pro-jo says sexual assault allegations against US supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Have brought very different responses from Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and his Republican challenger in the upcoming election as former judge Robert Flanders White House who sits on the Senate Judiciary committee poised to confirm Cavanaugh said Sunday that the committee should pause to hear the allegations. Brought forward by a professor who says she was attacked in high school by president Donald Trump's pick. And of course, both the accuser and cavenaugh will testify on Monday. Now says here White House says I admire the courage that she has shown in coming forward with a story. Her name is Christine Ford, by the way. She's a professor White House said in a statement this requires a pause at a minimum in the unseemly special interest. Funded rush to put bread Cavanaugh on the court Kavanagh's blanket denial cannot be reconciled with her specific recollections and the FBI needs time to take proper witness statements. He says lying to the FBI an agent in a formal interview is a crime, and it's an impeachable offense. Will thanks for pointing that out. Flanders initially dismissed the allegations against cavenaugh as uncorroborated allegations uncharged and uncomplaining of misconduct. That are quote, not a sufficient basis to delay much less derail his confirmation to the supreme court, but on Monday, the former state supreme court Justice issued a new statement bringing up former democrat Senator Al Franken, but changing his position to say the judiciary committee should here for story. He said the last minute nature of these decade old allegations raised real questions about well. Sheldon Whitehouse new and what he knew it. Now that we know Democrats and reporters have had this information for some time today agree with Senator Graham that the committee should hear directly from the accuser. So the public can. Know, all the facts. And that's what's going to happen. Come monday. So those two are going back and forth. That's going to be interesting race Flanders against White House. I think so after a heated debate in a hearing yesterday in north Smithfield, the town council there has okayed a Nike proposal check this one out and tell me if this makes a heck of a lot of sense to you here is she analyst pseudo from eyewitness news. Yes..

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of advertisements featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick who took a knee during the national anthem in protest of racial inequality on I witnessed news north Smithfield. Resident Paul Jones says the move is unacceptable as a member of the school committee. I think often of our students I believe a vote for this measure is intended or not going to send a message to our students that it is acceptable for government to punish speech north. Smithfield town council president and former Rhode Island state police trooper John Urquhart says the resolution is a stance in support of first responders. There's another confirmation of West Nile virus in Pawtucket. The latest test results from mosquitoes trapped on September fourth now to date. Ten samples of the virus have been confirmed in seven communities and four samples have tested positive for eastern equine encephalitis state health and environmental officials say positive West Nile virus findings in southern New England have been higher this year than in recent years and the risk will remain high through this month. The first televised debate is being announced for the primary winners in Rhode Island's gubernatorial race democratic incumbent Tina Raimondo two-time time Republican challenger, Allan Fung and independent. Joe Trillo are all set to debate at Roger Williams universities Bristol campus at seven o'clock on September twenty seventh. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is slamming the way sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh have been handled speaking on the Senate floor yesterday McConnell made his case but accusation.

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of advertisements featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick who took a knee during the national anthem to protest racial inequality. John Beauregard, north Smithfield town council president and former Rhode Island state police trooper says an eyewitness news that the resolution is a stance in support of first responders so far this year over one hundred police officers have been killed in the line of duty Nike's use of the slogan believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything is an insult to every one of those police officers and everyone family members many residents who attended the meeting opposed the resolution expressing strong opinions about the right to free speech. The vote at that town council meeting passed by three two two the Rhode Island chapter of the ACLU. You had urged against the motions passage. The lockdown is being lifted at the women's unit of the adult correctional institutions building where eight people including five inmates and three staff members were hospitalized over the weekend. After an unknown substance was found the Providence Journal reports the lockdown at the Cranston facility was lifted on Sunday. The Rhode Island state police is still investigating the incident. First televised debates being announced for the primary winners in Rhode Island's governor's race democratic incumbent Gina Raimondo two-time Republican challenger, Allan Fung and independent. Joe Trillo or all set to debate at Roger Williams university Bristol campus at seven o'clock on September twenty seven President Trump is defending Brett Cavanaugh his pick for the US supreme court cavenaugh has denied allegations of sexual assault for more than thirty years ago. But with all of it being said, we want to go through a full process. I have great confidence in the US Senate under their procedures and what they're doing. And I think that's. Probably what they're going to do they'll go through a process here. Everybody out at the White House yesterday. Trump called Cavanaugh a great intellect and a top quality individual the death toll from hurricane Florence continues to rise at least thirty one people have died since the storm hit the Carolinas last week. Most of those deaths have been in North Carolina where heavy rain has caused major flooding. President Trump is slapping China with new tariffs. The White House announced plans for a ten percent tariff on another two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. The sanctions go into effect on Monday and will rise to twenty five percent. At the beginning of two thousand nineteen the administration has already targeted fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods prompting China to retaliate with similar penalties on US imports to China. In a statement, President Trump urges China's leaders to end what he calls their countries unfair trade practices. Newsradio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM sports. The Red Sox can clinch the AL east division title today. On enemy ground at Yankee Stadium. Boston's magic number is two and a win in any of the three games against New York will lock up the division, Nathan evolved. He gets the start for the socks with Jay hap-. Taking the hill for the Yankees. Boston leads the Yankees by eleven and a half games in the division. Now. The Red Sox have announced tickets for the American League division series at Fenway park will go on sale Friday at noon. The tickets will be available on the Red Sox website and cost between fifty six and two hundred one dollars the division series begins on October fifth troubled wide receiver. Josh Gordon is coming to New England the pats cut receiver Cory Coleman to make room for Gordon on the roster. Get news on demand twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of.

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Higher. Ron here are the stories. We're working on today by three to two vote. The north Smithfield town council approved a resolution last night to request that town departments refrain from purchasing Nike product Nike has generated controversy for its new series of advertisements featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick who took a knee during the national anthem in protest of racial inequality on I witnessed news north Smithfield. Resident Paul Jones says the move is unacceptable as a member of the school committee. I think often of our students I believe the vote for this measure is intended or not going to send a message to our students that it is acceptable for government to punish speech north. Smithfield town council president and former Rhode Island state police trooper John Urquhart says the resolution is a stance in support of first responders. There's another confirmation of West Nile virus in Pawtucket. The latest test results are from mosquitoes trapped on September fourth now to date. Ten samples of the virus have been confirmed in seven communities and four samples have tested positive for eastern equine encephalitis state health and environmental officials say positive West Nile virus findings in southern New England have been hired this year than in recent years and the risk will remain high through this month. The first televised debate is being announced for the primary winners in Rhode Island's gubernatorial race democratic incumbent Tina Ramon due to time Republican challenger Allan Fung, an independent Joe Trillo are all set to debate at Roger Williams universities Bristol campus at seven o'clock on September twenty seventh. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is slamming the way sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh have been handled speaking on the Senate floor yesterday the Connell made his case but accusation of thirty six year.

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Mighty mighty nice six after six o'clock. So we told you the first televised debate has been announced for the primary winners in Rhode Island's governor's race. And also for the independent democratic incumbent Gina Raimondo to Republican challenger Ellen fun. Go at it again along with independent Joe Trillo all set to debate at Roger Williams, university Bristol campus, seven o'clock on September, the twenty seventh debate to be aired on eyewitness news. Tim white will moderate that Tim. Does such a great job at these things these things difficult. They are not easy debate controlling a debate is not an easy thing to do. And this should be an interesting one among those three democrat, incumbent, Gina Raimondo. The to town Republican challenger Ellen Fung, and Joe Trillo, who's not a bashful guy. So that should be very very interesting seven minutes after six o'clock Patrik Andersson of the pro-jo says sexual assault allegations against US supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Have brought very different responses from Senator Sheldon Whitehouse in his Republican challenger in the upcoming election as former judge Robert Flanders White House who sits on the Senate Judiciary committee poised to confirm Cavanaugh said Sunday that the committee should pause to hear the allegations. Brought forward by a professor who says she was attacked in highschool by president Donald Trump's pick. And of course, both the accuser and cavenaugh will testify on Monday. Now says here White House says I admire the courage that she has shown in coming forward with a story. Her name is Christine Ford, by the way. She's a professor White House said in a statement this requires a pause at a minimum in the unseen. Keenly special interest funded rush to put bread Cavanaugh on the court Kavanagh's blanket denial cannot be reconciled with her specific recollections and the FBI needs time to take proper witness statements. He says lying to the FBI an agent in a formal interviews a crime, and it's an impeachable offense. Will thanks for pointing that out. Flanders initially dismissed the allegations against cavenaugh as uncorroborated allegations uncharged and uncomplaining of misconduct. That are quote, not a sufficient basis to delay much less derail his confirmation to the supreme court, but on Monday, the former state supreme court Justice issued a new statement bringing up former democrat Senator Al Franken, but changing his position to say the judiciary committee should here. Forged his story. He said the last minute nature of these decade old allegations raised real questions about well. Sheldon Whitehouse new, and what he knew it now that we know Democrats and reporters have had this information for some time. So I agree with Senator Graham that the committee should hear directly. From the accuser. So the public can know all the facts, and that's what's going to happen. Come monday. So those two are going back and forth. That's going to be an interesting race Flanders against White House. I think so after a heated debate in a hearing yesterday in north Smithfield, the town council there has okayed a Nike proposal check this one out and tell me if this makes a heck of a lot of sense to you here is she shoot over my witness news. Yes. Motion passes on the birthday of the constitution of the United States North Smithfield. Residents raise questions surrounding the first amendment right for those athletes and all Americans to protest is one. We all pledged to defend with our lives. If necessary the controversy comes after former Rhode Island state trooper town council president John Burghard introduced a resolution requesting town departments were framed from purchasing Nike products after the company selected Colin Kaepernick as a Representative in their new ad soldiers. Teachers a role models. Overpaid athletes, playing the games of children are not role models presidents take the podium defending the former NFL players choice to take a knee during the national anthem saying he's protesting social injustices has a member of the school committee. I think often of our students I believe a vote for this measure is intended or not going to send a message to our students that it is acceptable for government to punish speech council. President Burghardt says this isn't about football or the national anthem. It's about negative things. Capper Nick has allegedly said about law enforcement so far this year over one hundred police officers have been killed in the line of duty Nike's use of the slogan believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything is an insult to every one of those police officers and every one of their family members council voted in favor of the resolution leaving the crowd shot and the ACLU just sent us. A statement calling the decision by the town shameful. However town officials say this is a simple request. So for example, if the football team would like to purchase a nineteen jersey because it's cheaper. They can go ahead and do so with no punishment. So what's the point was the.

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Residents who attended the meeting opposed the resolution expressing strong opinions about the right to free speech. The vote at that town council meeting passed by three two two the Rhode Island chapter of the ACLU. Had urged against the motions passage. The lockdown is being lifted at the women's unit of the adult correctional institutions building where eight people including five inmates and three staff members were hospitalized over the weekend. After an unknown substance was found the Providence Journal reports the lockdown at the Cranston facility was lifted on Sunday. The Rhode Island state police are still investigating the incident. First televised debates being announced for the primary winters in Rhode Island's governor's race democratic incumbent Gina. Raimondo two-time Republican challenger, Allan Fung and independent. Joe Trillo are all set to debate at Roger Williams university Bristol campus at seven o'clock on September twenty seven President Trump is defending Brett Cavanaugh his pick for the US supreme court cavenaugh has denied an allegation of sexual assault for more than thirty years ago. But with all of it being said, we want to go through a full process. I have great confidence in the US Senate under their procedures and what they're doing. And I think that's. Probably what they're going to do they'll go through a process and here everybody out at the White House yesterday. Trump called Cavanaugh a great intellect and a top quality individual the death toll from hurricane Florence continues to rise at least thirty one people have died since the storm hit the Carolinas last week. Most of those deaths have been in North Carolina where heavy rain has caused major flooding. President Trump is slapping China with new tariffs. The White House announced plans for a ten percent tariff on another two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. The sanctions go into effect on Monday and will rise to twenty five percent. At the beginning of two thousand nineteen the administration has already targeted fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods prompting China to retaliate with similar penalties on US imports to China. In a statement, President Trump urges China's leaders to end what he calls their countries unfair trade practices. Newsradio nine twenty one zero four seven FM sports. The Red Sox can clinch the AL east division title today. On enemy ground at Yankee Stadium. Boston's magic number is two and a win in any of the three games against New York will lock up the division. Nathan evolve. He gets the start for the socks with Jay hap-. Taking the hill for the Yankees. Boston leads the Yankees by eleven and a half games in the division. Now. The Red Sox have announced tickets for the American League division series at Fenway park will go on sale Friday at noon. The tickets will be available on the Red Sox website and cost between fifty six and two hundred one dollars the division series begins on October fifth troubled wide receiver. Josh Gordon is coming to New England the pats cut receiver Cory Coleman to make room for Gordon on the roster. Get news on demand twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of.

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"university bristol" Discussed on The Anthill

The Anthill

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on The Anthill

"Yeah i tightly and i think also some of this comes from the early europeans at reports when they first arrived at the islandstate they thought it's incomplete dustless and devastated and i am very poor and impoverished and by european standards it properly was butts add that doesn't mean that the the society and the people he who live there at the time i thought the same but actually they they probably were far far better adapted to it than they were given credit for an arts or believed the population decline orange abuse following european contract wore the reasons for yes a the diner really did have a population collapse pets eight was from quite a different reason and we do have lots of historical sources to explain lance and unfortunately it's made ju wave slave trades and especially in the 19th century there were quite severe slave rates from peru in the 1860s and until the 1880s on the seas was also bros in smallpox and tuberculosis for example uh so that the remaining population in the 19th century of was almost obliterated and what by she lets who was in eighteen 77 only a hundred and ten people remains on the island sorry going from a population probably have several thousand down to a hundred and ten in the 19th century and that's really the the real collapse a obese dryland that was cat jomon at the university bristol sticking up for the easter island is site while our over overuse of the planet's natural resources may be able to real the idea that these unfortunate island is some sort of powerful for global environmental suicide is at me.

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"university bristol" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Five seven 24 1060 made possible by heritage business systems for satisfaction is our heritage cloudy skies with rain at the way lots of at going down to sixty six california authorities say firefighters made significant progress over the weekend good batting wildfires that devastated the say states wine country and nearby areas nor spotted steve futterman with more the number of homes and other structures destroyed keeps on rising a fish shows that estimate at least eighty four hundred have been destroyed that's up from the previous estimate of seventy seven hundred the death toll remains at 42 making these fires the deadliest in california history on the frontlines fire crews have generally contain the fires the two most destructive fires are now both more than ninety percent contain the fires have been among the worst in california is history if you're wondering why you're gaining weight try ditching the junk food a new study shows chips chocolate and other fatty sugary starchy foods can muddle ancient human instinct for determining how many calories a snack or a meal contains scientists from the uk's university bristol believe our ancestors developed a radar for evaluating how much energy they would get from what they ate that drove them to seek out healthier things like wild honey meat and tubers findings published in the journal appetite deborah rodriguez cbs news mothers around the world have a similar response to crying babies new research shows that moms appear to have a universal response both in their behaviors and in their brains when they hear the baby's cry moms from eleven countries consistently picked up held and talk to their infants when they heard the infants pry separate studies suggest young children can distinguish what makes adults go all amer scans were also taken a mother's brains which revealed heightened activity and regions tied to caregiving movement speech the findings proved there is a direct connection between the brain and behavior when you've been on the boulevard for more than forty years he got to be doing something right right well what's been raided chapman ford on the.

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"university bristol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way you're thinking say how scientists come up with ways of peering into our mind that avoid that problem will have a and then i started thinking about what is thought so we talking about analysts cool deliberate thoughts or do emotions play a part exactly the definition tho is also a big stumbling bihac fifth get too bogged down i think it's time to talk to a psychologist to see how they go about approaching such a huge topic my name is suit on a professor of tacoma psychology society of university bristol on my research expertise is studying conceptual development in yangzhou so all listener romany wants to know whether we think in words all if we think in things like concepts or images councils you help us with this question will absolutely it's one of the really important questions which is what is consciousness and the mechanisms of it so for many decades nelson quotas will be interested in a way that we think trying to study a measure that so whether we think in words or are otherwise as she will move major questions just to step back a minute how'd you define thought i mean what are we talking about here well let's big one is that how to what is cautiousness i mean that's one major full of glands scientific questions of rural struggling to try and unravel the moment i at what i refer to as the experience of the here and now as you're listening to my voice you're hearing word said you're you're targeting them an understanding the mini what i'm saying it slipped stream of processing is what psychologist searches through the how'd you get from sound waves in two words men break those words up at demeaning to give you another example if i asked to the listeners to tried moschner bedroom that's does not with words let's them with mental pictures so that would be an example of thinking which doesn't he's works i'll people even often aware of that because i myself i'm thinking of how i think and that's quite a mindboggling question in itself well that's true and that's why psychology experimental psychology has devised technique thanks to try and basically these sorts of questions and it might be a case of.

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"university bristol" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Confirms that he is out we had scheduled and i'm keeping to my schedule because this is quite a tree to talk to a guy's got a couple of million twitter followers she's he's again and two time pulitzer award winner he has all sorts of thoughts obviously on the current condition of politics in washington and he is speaking tomorrow at roger williams universities bristol campus in the campus recreation center at seven pm with a book signing to follow the book is moral obligations national interest refugees in the twenty first century the event is free open to the public there no tickets required and you are invited to roger williams newsmaker line we go new kristof is where this nick dan yorke in providence thanks so much for joining me oh my pleasure good to be with you good to have you the the the news of the day is is breaking all over i i knew i figure i'll let me get let me get some quick kids from you on this new cycle them will dig dig a little deeper into of the book the philosophy has been so much syrian refugee conversation that i'm sure ties into your overall philosophy and then your latest column that the latest but one of the latest columns about the process of protest with donald trump i think is is fascinating so i'll welcome aboard we think about a riley being out you know i i i think it's a reflection of how attitude thirteen attending in a very very welcome way an american visit correctly i when i read about the fact that writer ales and the way we had treated went in over the years had fox news.

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"university bristol" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are young lovers the songs once or does a combination news bullet in the history lesson and any names entertainment researcher are going chocker with the university bristol says there are parallels though not exact in western culture remember the triple toes performance who were traveling and they would perform historic me themed i also love all of traditions so it was with then they seniors and and i have you know that they both most of and there's some after originally from von province in se turkey david you haven't done much energy and he's you in a most of a says his they may song about hockey even road one about the deadly earthquake to hit the city in twenty eleven the music collar just robert regal came to record this performance his fascination as with a vocal techniques especially variations in ten amber that's basically the color of the tone separate from its pitch one of the unique things about this style of music is at the center sustains one pitch and then does some melody of amber so he changes the bowels into a sequence of like four or five different tone colors i know i'm not medal out of the hall it is suns joerger also has a strong division race different from his father's just wants tradition largely died down in the twentieth century modern communications made such a retelling impractical they were also turkish laws bending the public use of the curtis mind reaction in a more than thirty year conflict between the military encourage militants parents on against courage and they're tradition then in twenty twelve a little breathing room government open reconciliation thomas and how suiting days opened in the city you d arbiter but fighting resume nine twenty.

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"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Clicked clip click class rate gun only discovered and the serious win the nineteen sixties there is so much methane in the form of up laughs rates such as the frozen methane story on the floor the continental shelves around the ocean's of the world but it's a least double all the known underground call oil and gas on the entire planet peter ward the pill intelligence that the university bristol told me quote methane is way worse than carbon dioxide it's a nerd right now in the soil it's not affecting anyone in anyway when you warm at the becomes an gas and then it starts acting immediately is a green house guess so this is an immediate and very short term threat to him and civilization for the last decade a join us rusher research team out of the international are dick research center university of alaska fair banks it's been exploring the east side billion are kick they're looking at the bottom of the see for one stable reserves of frozen nothing have begun fine and bottling up into the atmosphere after igor some altuve told the british newspaper the independent and two thousand eleven about what he found that year and the scope of the impending nothing problem quote earlier we found torched like structures like this but they were only tens of metres and i amateur this is the first time that we found continuous powerful and impressive see pain structures more than a thousand years and amateur it's amazing and of quote amazing academically that is horrifying for those of us who call platter dearth home a thousand metres is a kilometers so this is one massive single nothing late and it's a bit more than a half meilen die amateur and it is just one of many actress knowledge are bad and quote i was most impressed by the sure scale on a high density the play was over a relatively small area we found more than a hundred but over a wider area there should be thousands of them and quote both sides would've been familiar during the per man and other.

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"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Told me earlier this year quote the bottom line is the given the number of species expected to die often the next century just do to climate change and the other effects of our industrial civilization we are already in the middle of a mass extinction of that equivalent to the lesser ones and paling history touches like a t extension that took out the dinosaurs oklahoma say pm isn't a species that's currently endangered however the class three guns scenario james cameron said changes that in doubles down honor already bad situation putting us on that list as well not literally because some people probably will survive in highly artificial environments in the species will perrish but the vast majority of humanity will parrish cameron added with the metaphor worthy of his brilliant avatar movies we're talking about the survival of our kids week collectively airplane russian roulette are putting a gun to their heads and going clicked clip click clutch rate gun only discovered and the serious win the nineteen sixties there is so much methane in the form of up laughs rates such as the frozen methane story on the floor the continental shelves around the ocean's of the world but it's a least double all the known underground call oil and gas on the entire planet peter ward the pill in college just at the university bristol told me what methane is way worse than carbon dioxide it's a nerd right now in the soil it's not affecting anyone in anyway when you warm at the becomes an gas and then it starts acting immediately is a green house guess so this is an immediate and very short term threat to him and civilization for the last decade a join us rusher research team the international are take research center university of alaska fair banks it's been exploring the east side billion are kick they're looking at the bottom.

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"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

"Of that equivalent to the lesser ones and paling history touches like a t extension that took out the dinosaurs oklahoma say pm isn't a species that's currently endangered however the class three guns scenario james cameron said changes that it doubles down honor already bad situation putting us on that list as well not literally because some people probably will survive in highly artificial environments in this species will perrish but the vast majority of humanity will parrish cameron added with the metaphor worthy of his brilliant avatar movies we're talking about the survival of our kids week collectively airplane russian roulette putting a gun to their heads and going clicked clip click clutch rate gun only discovered and the serious win the nineteen sixties there is so much methane in the form of up laughs rates such as the frozen methane story on the floor the continental shelves around the ocean's of the world but it's a least double all the known underground call oil and gas on the entire planet peter ward the pill intelligence that the university bristol told me quote methane is way worse than carbon dioxide it's a nerd right now in the soil it's not affecting anyone in anyway when you warm at the becomes an gas and then it starts acting immediately is a green house guess so this is an immediate and very short term threat to him and civilization for the last decade a join us rusher research team the international are take research center university of alaska fair banks it's been exploring the east side billion are dick they're looking at the bottom.

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