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"university california" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Let's go to Dallas, Texas and Chris. Hello Chris. Hi, Dennis. Hi to speak to you. Thank you. I had a question. I heard on your radio segment the last segment, I think you said that you no longer supported the 7 8 Salvation army. And I remember you talking about, I think it was several years ago that you had said that you're not into bore cutting as a conservative, if that's for the left to do. We don't do that. And I remember when you said that years ago, I thought, well, that's not what that's not what I think. I don't want to support leftist organizations and companies. So I wonder if that is this a sign of you have you changed your mind? Yes. Very flatly, yes. Okay. I wouldn't take, I wouldn't take my grandchildren to Disney World or Disneyland. Yes, sir. They have gone. They do so much evil these big corporations. That I can no longer justify. Remember, for years, I said, I can't stand Ben and Jerry. Two of the most foolish human beings to have been born in America in the 20th century, and yet I would eat their ice cream because I don't believe in boycotting. Ben and Jerry are so destructive that it is a very difficult to justify getting Ben and Jerry's ice cream. They have things in mind. That they have gone, they have gone over the top. They have, they don't merely have opinions I don't share. I don't care about that. They are now destroying the country. I can't buy the products of people I believe are destroying my country. I don't want to support the vicious, if Disneyland will no longer say boys and girls, they have become scum in my eyes. The Disney corporation is despicable. I don't want to help them in any possible way. I hope they go under and decent people who will say boys and girls welcome to Disneyland will take them over. They that they have the name Disney is a farce is just a farce. Yes, so I did. I changed my mind. That's exactly right. I was proud of the fact for so many decades. I don't agree with you, but I'll buy your product if I like your product. That's the way free market should work. However, the left is so destructive. They went from liberal to left, therefore from decent to indecent. They went from foolish to evil. Okay? How could I possibly bring my grandchildren to a place that won't call my grandchildren a boy or a girl? Why would I do that? Is the importance of having them have a day at Disneyland greater? Than the importance of preserving the notion that there are boys and girls in the world? That's the question. What most conservatives take their kids to Disneyland and Disney World? It's too painful not to. I don't agree with their decision. I understand it, but I don't agree with it. So that's correct. All right, let's see here. Detroit, Michigan, Mark, hello. Oh, hey, oh, it's great to talk to you. You know, I worked in the medical field for more than 30 years and I worked in PICU and all the different kinds of specialties. And so on. And I read something that was a quotation from UC SF. University California champions hospital. This..
"university california" Discussed on ICYMI
"Sister Cindy slut shaming show sounds like. Fish don't prostitute can't even make a living in the world because these college girls are giving it away to any boy who comes up with a mop and a bucket. But never fear, sister, Cindy is here to roast you and your whole Friends. I just I have attended many, many a frat party in my day. And perhaps it is other things about me that kept this from happening. But no man ever approached me with a bucket and a mop. That's a wet ass pussy. My favorite thing about that clip was sister Cindy being like, I am concerned for the fact that sex workers can no longer make a living because of these hoes on campus. Sister Cindy's all about sex workers. Look, I am likewise concerned, but it's more about tech platforms than. Oh, we have a college coed. So citizen Cindy and brother Jed have been traveling to college campuses for quite literally four decades at this point. Wait, what? Yeah, it's been this is not new in any way, shape or form. There are well-known phenomena. Who I probably would have never heard of if it weren't for tic tac. Shut it down. Yeah, definitely. I mean, you would have heard of them because they would come to your college campus. You just wouldn't know their names. But basically, yeah, TikTok has provided sister Cindy a new platform. Hers, the sister Cindy slut shaming show, has gone viral on TikTok. Many times. The hashtags as a Cindy has almost 300 million views at this point. She currently has almost half a million followers on the platform. She has a cameo account along with her merch store and TikTok account. The thing that is unclear here is how much of the virality is people who actually believe what she's saying versus people who are ironically just engaging because they think that it's funny oh, I'd assume almost entirely the latter. I would say mostly the latter, but I know having grown up on the Internet. Having seen people be ironically racist for years and then turned out to be actually racist. I just feel like there are some true believers in the sister Cindy camp. Hell is hot. Don't be a thought. Have you heard Bible rap? That's the same thing. Yes, and I had promptly blocked it out of my brain. All right, so back to sister Mel's question though, what happened at UCS, sorry I had to. What happened at UCSD? So the usual thing, which is that a sister Cindy's sighting has become a bit of a bit at this point in that lots of people troll her for views, but who's really controlled here is a good question because sister Cindy has admitted that on some level her slut shaming show was satire. But on April 18th, sister Cindy showed up on university California San Diego's campus. And in the process, gathered a huge crowd. Like easily a couple hundred people just circling her. And at what first glance reads to me as a person from the south who knows Christian culture as a kind of baptism. But it's actually just people listening to laugh and jeer at her. And things escalated when students started harassing and stealing things from her. And according to a tweet from the UCSD student paper, Cindy and her husband left campus after receiving harassment and were escorted off campus after calling UCPD, which I am assuming means Campo. The camp cop, yeah. But the reason Mel came across those UCSD can't be saved tweets is for two reasons. Some people were actually horrified, by the way, is that these college students were treating this woman and calling the behavior despicable to which I would respond with speech can also be violent and hateful and it behooves us to remember that before condemning the responses at rhetoric. That behooves next year to tell me you think Wes Anderson's a fascist. But majority of the posts are as ironic as sister Cindy's following. They say shit like UCSD broke sister Cindy and I witnessed it all with my own eyes, which it's true. She was bullied off campus basically. I mean, Twitter is notoriously a place where people are genuinely concerned for the well-being of others. So it makes sense that everyone is genuinely concerned for sister Cindy. Oh yeah, I've never felt more loved and cared for than on Twitter. All right, that is the show we'd be back in your feed on Saturday, so please subscribe. It is the best way to never miss an episode, never miss a call out for questions for a read receipts episode. Please leave a rating and review an apple or Spotify, tell your friends about us, none of y'all have hired that skywriter yet, but there's still time. You can also follow us on Twitter. I see Y minus four pod, which is also reading the MSR questions, like Wes Anderson fascism, you can also always.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"university california" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Georgia senate. Bill two zero two. Even lindsey. graham went on fox news and say it was a dumb ass rule. Senate bill two zero two which is a voter restriction bill republicans. It as they voted access. Bill there's a part of the bill. There are many parts of the bill. There's a part of the bill that says it's a misdemeanor a crime of the one year in jail if you give someone food water. That's waiting in line now. Some people try to say no. No this is if you're electioneering. No we had that on the books so radio illegal to campaign at a precinct. The law was clear. Is that anyone. Anyone who gives a person food or drink in a line will be punished by up to one year in jail. So you know the practice of warming align going to a precinct but but let me let me happy to dive into that but yeah so. Why does that affect black people. Ninety eight percent of the long lines in georgia are black precincts number one number two. During the last election cycle churches nonprofit organizations these are nonpartisan groups. They ran massive commercials and put out leaflets and black communities. And they say listen. We know that your precinct always has long lines okay. That's just the reality in this particular precinct. We want you to come out in a way. Vote and if you do. We got chairs for you. We're gonna have food for your mom. We're going to have water for everybody and we are nonpartisan. Were now going to tell you who to vote for. That's already against the law that impacted ninety eight percent of black precincts brother when they passed a law that you can go to prison for one year even lindsey graham said nuanced but if the new new quarterback because i think it's important that so the water thing it's been months since i've talked about georgia bill de there are some nuance to it yet. Probably forgotten but sp two you said right. That's right if it was designed against black people white expand sunday voting which helps blackadder's go soeda polls. Why would that happen. See that's another misnomer. I'm glad to educate your brother. So what they did. And senate bill. 202 is require a weekend voting standard on sunday seat. No they did not require it on sunday that that's not true best. Not in the bill. Georgia has one hundred fifty nine counties before this state law senate bill. Two zero two. Each county was able to utilize their own determination as to when they do early voting or weaken voting. As a matter of fact brother most counties did not do weekend voting. Both of them did not okay. But the metropolitan counties did and that's your large concentration of black folk but it is sunday. Ju just listen to me. They were able to do. Sunday voted for weeks. These counters can make the rules based on the matrix of the statute that already existed. Okay if you wanted to do. Five sunday voted. You can do it no problem. Here's what the state of the state said. Okay y'all we're going to limit this down to just a couple of weekends where you could choose to do saturday. All sunday voting so for the other counties that are ruled and white they now a mandate to do at least one weekend voting standard or two and the counties that are black urban and democrat to be frank with you. They now have to limit how many days they do early. Voting based on the statute and because of the statewide part of the statute republicans can argue. It was an expansion but it limited the metropolitan county. So i'm not gonna miss which is the let. Let me just make. And i'm gonna give you the opportunity to respond. Which is i asked his. America systemically racist said yes. Yup and the evidence is that all the sudden there's a restriction of giving out water and voting lines and sunday vote. I'm just give you some examples of how certain laws impact ninety eight percent of black. You gotta be you got to admit you're reaching its straw no come up from from arrest sprint. Bring a now gene or something. Get so thirsty in line to vote. I mean charlie. Charlie nisa may or forced or you you can say that from your point of view we have seen these laws passed. That are adversarial to us. I mean think about this. You're in the black community. You go on up to give somebody would. We don't need anymore pretext for rest. We don't need that we already know. Disparities exist we already know. That targeting exists despair. Existed does exist data class not race. Do do do some black folk get targeted by white cops. Has they'd have happened and vice versa but hasn't happened. Of course it's how all right so democ no the opposite extra true. The study showed that cops are less likely to actually arrest an abuse black people and more likely to abuse asian or white people. That's when they in a hail study. Are you resigning from the manhattan institute. Rolling dryer to thomas soult independent so i will take you to ohio. State university california university of california berkeley. I'll take you to clock atlanta university. Many of these research scientists have conducted not only these studies in real life but they've reviewed the data and the date is clear but when we talk about disparities mandal racial profiling as historic Prejudice systemic bias. Were talking about laws that adversely impact a particular group sometimes intentionally sometimes unintentionally remember. I told you that the bias can be implicit now. The georgia implicit bias filter. That implicit bias. That's me giving you the benefit of the doubt. That's me say okay. You just wrote a law that only impacts ninety eight percent of black people you jezreel. I'm going to say you were implicitly biased. Because if i don't say that i would have to say you were hyper by. Let's just be very clear. The reason that was written is because people were giving things of value in exchange for voting. No no. that's not what was written about his already. The law joy that you couldn't necessarily georgia glendale gets federal election law. You're all on racism that could be blamed. Let me let me give you now. You're in what aboutism now. So let me go to the anti-gang loss right. Georgia has a lot of states. Have these gang laws anti-gang laws. What do they say at the route. They say if you commit a crime and we can prove that you're part of a game. We can add this much to your sentence. We can enhance the interesting dynamic..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"university california" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Welcome back by friends. I'm dennis prager and a professor on todd. Zoecke z. y. W i c k by a professor of law george mason university and a fellow at the cato institute in august believe it was august. Let me see here. you wrote a piece in the The wall street journal was august professor. There why gogga's that's right down is so you wrote a about why you're not going to follow your universities. Demand that you get a vaccination for cans covert in order to be able to return to campus and you cited the fact that you had in fact cova and in fact was was when you took tests. You've had the antibodies to kovin. They stay continued to stay in your body and so you sued. george mason. Is that correct cats correct and it's okay. Yup no no you go ahead. Yeah so i so. I tried to resolve this the nice way. Then it's wages. I tried to torch mason claims to the place the respect science that Respects truth so. I reached out over the summer After i contacted by immunologists and i did a full immunity workup including an anti bodies tests. That showed that my anybody's level With comparable to somebody who had been fully vaccinated And And there's more there's more than you needed that but this is sort of a slam dunk case is this is how you measure of somebody's immune protection listens how they measure whether somebody needs a booster shot for any for any disease whether it's measles or covert or anything else And so. I reached out. And i said here's here's the evidence They blew me off. I reached out to again. And i'd attached an affidavit from my immunologist as well as to leading public Stoller sir. I'm sure you're familiar with jay body charge at stanford martin cool dorks harvard. The presenting all the evidence to show this george mason again. Just blew me off Issue their policy saying that everybody had to get back and and so i reached out to the new civil liberties alliance at that point and some ask them to represent me so we brought a lawsuit eventually george mason and they're giving the medical exemption after all this In civil and changed the rules so that wasn't being disadvantaged as much as i had so the lawsuit itself has been resolved. But now there's you know many cases now following raising the same issue as vaccine mandates of spread around the country. What do you mean. Many many have followed. I don't follow that where you mean in many universities or at george mason university so For example a doctor arab out orange county who's up Medical school professor university california irvine has sued challenging california regents. Some first responders up in oregon have sued because they've all had covert And there's a lot of other cases against public agencies. That adds the deadlines are coming. Do more and more people are challenging. Saying i've had covert i've seen the evidence. Natural unity is at least protective. And it's pretty clear at this point. Dennis that it's more protective vaccination in terms of prevention against reinfection and particularly the community spread. And so they're basically saying that You you have to recognize that. I have natural immunity if you're gonna not require me to get vaccinated name. One example example of any progress made in any court in any judge's courtroom in the united states with regard to covert rights. I cannot well the Not not that much. i mean obviously. The supreme court has recognised Religious liberties issues but ironically enough dentists There are actually some cases that go back to the beginning of this year. We're all things. Federal prisoners have Sued for only released from prison. Because there's a coke outbreak in the prisons where they reside and the judge has denied that are calling for early release because the prisoners had previously contract and recovered kovic so the doctors actually said You because he's got cove recovered you You have more protected than the average inmate and denied their claims. So i guess. I'm just asking to be treated by employers wells. Federal law federal employees federal prisoners get treated by the federal courts. Well i stay with me. Because i i don't know if courts will come through for liberty. We'll be back in a moment. The dennis prager shares of america's known as the only no compromise gun lobby in washington from lobbying in the halls of congress and the executive branch to battling in the courts wherever your second amendment rights are being infringed o. a and their grassroots army are there jiawei has never compromised on the second amendment..
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"university california" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"The armstrong and getty show five lights has released a new line of hard sauces with full flavors. Flavors include pumpkin. Spice maple pear apple crisp and toasted marshmallow. It sounds like the perfect beverage for anyone. Who's always wanting to drink a yankee candle. Sean used to say pumpkin spice is a bully. Spice flavor bully. That's the term flavor. Bully flavor bully. Yeah we gotta to check in on old sean topic for another day. So i read this with interest the covert endgame is the pandemic over already or are there years to go. Yeah i mean come on. That's what we're all thinking about what we're all concerned about. We're wondering how long till it's more twenty. Nine thousand nine hundred and mark fisher wrote a piece for the washington post. He says the answers coming to kaleidoscopic cavalcade of scenarios some suggested with utmost humility others with mathematical confidence. I think we're all a little tired of the scientists making a pronouncement with mathematical confident. That reminds me. I've got to get to the survey of virus specialists. And how they're treating the copa de give you an idea how out of whack they are with mainstream thinking the pandemic land because deaths finally dropped to about the same level or accustomed to seeing from the flu each year or it will end when the kids are vaccinated or will end because americans are finally exhausted by all the restrictions on daily life and then he gets into a numeral predictions over the course of the pandemic of come up blame and some scientists have sworn off soothsaying but others have built models and make projections and described the hurdles that remain before people can pull off the mask blah so monica gandhi who've quoted before who's an infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the university. California san francisco says. I truly truly think we're in the end-game the cases will start plummeting mid to late september of soon on moines by mid october will be a manageable place because the where the viruses a concern for health professionals but not really for general public. We're currently averaging one hundred and fifty thousand cases day. Fifteen hundred deaths a day still. I would have never predicted that. Yeah yeah now. Gandhi basis her optimism on the fact that all previous epidemics of respiratory viruses of ended through the acquisition of immunity whether by vaccination or natural affection although they keep changing they mutate quickly at a cost to themselves and they get weaker over time she says and she thinks that the delta variant that hit the us so hard this summer will mark the peak of the viruses strength. And we'll be in really good shape really soon others disagree Let's see are disagreeing. Because it gets more clicks. That's the question or yeah. I do wonder Some of the nation's most prominent epidemiologists and public health experts. Say we are already at the point that it's no longer a pandemic it's end democ meaning it morphs into something. That is no longer an emergency but rather an annoyance an ugly even painful fact of life that people simply learned to cope with like the flu or common cold. I think we are absolutely in. In conservative. Leaning america self reliant life comes at you. Take some knocks. Sometimes you fall down america. we're already there it. I like to be afraid. Collective blue america. Oh they're still wildly in favor of vaccine mandates and lockdowns and the rest of it says j. batak araya i think i'm mispronouncing that we'd quoted him before from stanford the emergency phase of the diseases over now. We need to work very hard to undo the sense of emergency we should be treating covert is one of two hundred diseases that affect people. I like the cut of his jib Others think now it's not going away but we are clearly at the point where we can't alter life so much anymore. I just i can accept that that there's a certain amount of danger Some people are vaccinated. The government still idiotically refuses to acknowledge that people with natural immunity. Don't need the vaccine or don't need it for a while anyway. Let's move on with life so Stat news is a site that looks at statistics and they said one problem with the listened to your public health. Experts is that the experts often come off as paranoid morbid neurotic. Risk-averse not balls and that's based on this in may of twenty twenty one so that's just a couple of months ago. They asked a whole bunch of epidemiologist about various things. They're comfortable doing or still not comfortable doing around the kobe. The one that stood out the most was What percentage of you've done this recently. Run errands in person. Ninety two percents of epidemiologists had but there were eight percent who had not run errands. Wow brought in mail without precautions. Seventeen percent of epidemiologists are still worried about their mail and will not bring it in without precautions. Do you know anybody who's actually living that way. So these are the people that are informing your county health inspector or your your your school board or whoever about how to treat the covert. They're still worried about getting covered from their male which is seventy four percent had hiked her gathered outdoors with friends but almost a quarter hadn't. Wow wow i only have like eight hundred times right over it began. Yeah which is why i'm dead. I'm speaking to you from beyond the grave. Got a haircut at a salon and barbershop about half had but had not. Wow still found that to be too dangerous bunch. A longhaired paranoia about this. One saw dr for a non urgent appointment. Sixty three percent. Had i like looking at the flip number source so nearly forty percent of epidemiologists won't go to the doctor because it's too scary to be there with all the covert around. I have repeatedly and frankly. I'm enjoying hell so far again. I clearly been killed. Many times over by recklessness again these are the experts that are l- informing our politicians are schools are businesses hugged or shook hands when greeting a friend. Thirty nine percent had done that recently but the other sixty percent of epidemiologists had not. Oh my gosh. that's that's not the way the rest of us are living and it reminds me of that classic piece of medical advice. Were doctors caution. You you know about going to a surgeon. Look if you go to a guy with a knife he's gonna wanna cut. That's what he does. Well if you go to an epidemiologist and ask them what should we think about constantly and alter our lives over what should be our highest priority. Disease disease disease on. They have no ability to balance the other aspects of life in which makes life worth living in mental health than the kids and their needs and education. The rest of it. We've asked obsessive mono maniacs for how we should live our lives. How dumb people that are still scared of their male. Wow get them counseling. No kidding anyway as a person said they come off as paranoid and and certainly out of step with everybody else in the way. We're actually living. Of course these are people that want to cook your steak. Well done all the time. The cdc crowd.
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"university california" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"That might achieve absolutely saw that package which would be very bold investment in the american economy. That package is a combination of two plans that the by administration put forward the american families plan which focuses on things like health care and childcare really important investments alongside. The american jobs plan. Which i mentioned was a very big bold climate package. That president biden put forward earlier this year. So it's a combination of investing in people and their health investing in the planet investing in job creation. It's a really good idea. So what exactly is in that package. We don't know yet. That's been negotiated for the past several weeks but Majority leader schumer has suggested at has senator sanders. That perhaps next week we will start to have votes on that bill moving forward and that is where we would find the clean electricity standard those tax credits for renewables that i talked about things like a civilian climate core that the sunrise movement has been pushing for investments in clean buildings investments in clean transit funding for worker transition funding for rural co ops. These are electric co ops. Who have some challenges and needs to retire their fossil fuel debt and so on and so forth including important investments in environmental justice and and cleaning up our polluted air. So that's the big bowl package and there's a lot of things that we have if we want to get on top of clean air as well. As the climate crisis this is senator sanders talking about investing in a civilian climate core. We're going to put many many billions of dollars. You know a civilian climate. Now you know what that means. We're going to give them decent salaries and educational benefits whether it's the ability to go to college and pay off the debt in order to get a ball rolling up their sleeves whether it's dealing in california with forest issues whether it's a weatherization in homes whether it's working for the park service whatever it may be a young people will have the opportunity lead our country in the world in saving this planet. I'm very excited about that senator sanders. She's actually speaking there to congressman ro khanna but i wanted to ask you. You've got the three and a half trillion dollar Reconciliation bill that. It looks like senator Cinema of arizona is going to try to torpedo. Because you need all fifty democrats and she's now saying she wants support. It and nancy pelosi says she will not consider the deal. The bipartisan deal unless they also vote on the three and a half trillion. So let's go to the bipartisan deal. That was just voted on last night to least open. Debate in response to the senate vote on the infrastructure. Bill wednesday greenpeace. Usa's climate campaign director. Janet redmond said in a statement. This looks like the exxon infrastructure bill. Corporate lobbyists were persuading their contacts in congress to pass. Oil companies seem to have succeeded in undermining any meaningful climate action in this bill in order to protect their profits at the cost of our health and safety. I mean greenpeace shreds this. So-called bipartisan bill. Can you talk about the your thoughts. You essentially do the same ga- you look. I'm a little bit. More positive about the bipartisan bill. Because i think there are critical investments. We have to make our infrastructure engineers and societies have been telling us for years that we have to invest in roads and bridges. And so that might not be the top of my wish list. Because i care deeply about the climate crisis but i can also understand why that's an important thing to invest in and there are a couple things that are climate oriented in the bipartisan. Bill my point is that this is not a climate bill. Though and i'll explain why so. For example we have some investments in public transit in clean water in scaling up transmission infrastructure. Which is absolutely critical to bring in clean energy sort of from the center of the country to the coast and actually the transmission investment is something i think we can be pretty proud of because it's probably twenty billion dollars and that's quite necessary but let's talk for example about what it does on transit and electrification president biden propose to spend about fifty billion dollars to create five hundred thousand charging stations for electric vehicles. The bipartisan bill proposes suspense seven point. Five billion so that's about fifteen percent of his goal okay. Then we take school buses absolutely critical issue for children's health. When kids are riding on these school buses that are using oil to propel them around. They're creating a lot of bad air. Pollution and kids are breathing that in. It's not good for asthma. It's not good for the respiratory health. So biden had proposed to spend twenty billion dollars which would've converted about twenty percent of our school buses to electric but the bipartisan infrastructure. Deal came in again at about ten percent of his plan. So just two point five billion and that's terrible because it means we're only going to electrify around eight thousand school buses or about three percent of the fleet and just last month. Well this bipartisan. Bill is being negotiated. We're expecting four times as much spending on electrifying school buses so that is a terrible decision. In addition we can say on public transit. The bipartisan bill does about thirty. nine billion. bind proposed eighty-five. that's about half the same for lead. Pipes and water infrastructure biden proposed one hundred billion north of and we got about fifty five so about half so the reality is there are some good investments important things but they are in many cases cents on the dollar and that is why we have to really hold the line and say that the budget reconciliation process has to be a bold climate bill and if your listeners interested in calling the senate and actually saying hey we need climate action now. That's a great website called coal with the number four climate dot com. If you call four climate dot com. You can get packed through your senators and you can say hey. This is not enough. We actually need a bold climate bill this summer last. Thank you so much for being with us. Associate professor of political science at university california. Santa barbara researcher on climate and energy policy will link to your piece in the atlantic magazine. The infrastructure bill won't cut it on climate. And that does it for our show. Democracy now is currently accepting applications for video production fellowship and our digital fellowship in our new york city studio. You can learn more and apply at democracy. Now dot org democracy now produced with rene felts mike burkina guston messiah roads or shape. Maria saying the tammy were enough during an address. I'm tape murray. I studio john hamilton. Karen honey masuda netra. No contracts are general manager. stanley crosby. Special thanks becca staley. I made me goodman with nermeen shea stay..
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"university california" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Might achieve. Absolutely. So that package, which would be a very bold investment in the American economy. That package is a combination of two plans that the Bible Administration put forward, the American families plan, which focuses on things like healthcare, and childcare really important Investments alongside the American jobs plan, which I mentioned was a very big bold climate package, that President Biden, put forward earlier this year. So it's a combination of investing in people in their health investing in the planet investing in job creation. It's a really good idea. So what exactly is in that package, we don't know yet that's been negotiated for the past several weeks. But Majority Leader Schumer has suggested as have senators and thought that, perhaps next week, we will start to have votes on that bill moving forward. And that is where we would find the clean, electricity standard, those tax credits for Renewables that I talked about Out things like a civilian climate core that the sunrise movement has been pushing for investments in clean buildings, investments in clean Transit, you know, funding for worker transition, funding for Rural co-ops. So these are electric co-ops who have some challenges and need to retire, their fossil fuel debt, and so on and so forth, including important investments in environmental justice and Faith leaning up our polluted air. So that's the big bold package and there's a lot of things that we have to if we want to get on top of Clean Air as well as the climate crisis. This is Senator Sanders talking about investing in a civilian climate core. We're going to put many many billions of dollars in a civilian climate Co-op. Now, you know what that means? We're going to page them, decent salaries, and educational benefits. Whether it's the ability to go to college and pay off their debt, in order to get a problem rolling up their sleeves, whether it's dealing in California wage, With Forest issues, whether it's weatherization in homes, whether it's working for the Park Service, whatever it may be young, people will have the opportunity to lead our country in the world and saving this planet. I'm very excited about so that Senator Sanders is actually speaking their to Congress member Ro Khanna. But I wanted to ask you, you've got the three and half trillion dollar reconciliation, bill, that it looks like Senator Cinema of Arizona, is going to try to torpedo because you need all 50,000 Democrats. And she's now saying she won't support it. And Nancy Pelosi says, she will not consider the deal the bipartisan deal, unless they also vote on the three and half trillion. So, let's go to the whole partisan deal. That was just voted on last night to at least open debate in response to the Senate vote on the infrastructure, Bill Wednesday Greenpeace, USA's climate campaign. Rector Janet Redman said in a statement, this looks like the X on infrastructure Bill. Corporate lobbyists were persuading their contacts and Congress to pass oil. Companies seem to have succeeded in undermining any meaningful climate action in this bill in order to protect their profits at the cost of our health and safety. I mean, Greenpeace shreds this so-called bipartisan bill. Can you talk about the, your thoughts? You essentially do the same. Yeah, you know, look, I'm a little bit more positive about the bipartisan bill because I think there are critical Investments. We have to make in our infrastructure, engineers and societies have been telling us for years that we have to invest in roads and bridges. And so, that might not be the top of my wish list because I care deeply about the climate crisis. But I can also understand why that's an important thing to invest in. And there's a couple things that are climate oriented in the bipartisan Bill. My point is, that, this is not a climate Bill though, and I'll explain why. So, for example, we have some investments in public transit and clean water and scaling-up transmission infrastructure, which is absolutely critical to bring in clean energy sort of from the center of the country to the coasts and actually the transmission investment is something. I think we can be pretty. Proud of fact it's probably Twenty Eight billion dollars and that's quite necessary. But let's talk for example about what it does on Transit and electrification press and Biden propose to spend above. Fifty billion dollars to create five, hundred thousand charging stations for electric vehicles. The bipartisan Bill proposes to spend 7.5 billion. So that's about 15% of his goal, okay? Then we take school buses, and absolutely critical issue for Children's Health. When kids are writing on these school buses that are using oil to, you know, be repelled them around. They're creating a lot of bad air pollution and kids are breathing that in. It's not good for asthma. It's not good for the respiratory health. So, Biden have proposed to spend $20 billion dollars, which would have converted about 20% of our school buses to Electric, but the bipartisan infrastructure deal came in again at about 10% of his plan. So, just 2.5 billion and that's terrible because it means we're only going to Electrify around 8,000 school buses or about 3% of the fleet and just last month while this bipartisan bill is being negotiated, we expect wage Four times as much spending on electrifying school buses, so that is a terrible decision. In addition, we can say on public transit. The bipartisan bill is about $39 billion, fine proposed, 55 that's about half the same for lead pipes and water infrastructure by and propose a hundred billion north of. And we got about fifty five, so about half. So the reality is there are there are some good Investments and important things but they are in many cases cents on the dollar. And that is why we have to, really hold the line. And say that the budget reconciliation process has taken a bold climate bill, and if your listeners are interested in calling the Senate. And actually saying, hey, we need climate action now, that's a great website called call with a number for climate., and if you go to call for climate.com, you can get passed through your senators. And you can say, hey, this is not enough. We actually need a bold, climate bill, this summer, Leah, Stokes want to. Thank you so much for birth. That's associate professor of political science at University, California, Santa Barbara, researcher on climate and energy policy will link to your peace. In the Atlantic magazine, the infrastructure Bill won't cut off on climate and that does it for our show democracy. 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"Saying it's the test spoilt is like feeding children poisoned sunday and then blaming the cherry on top for making them sick do the tests prevent low-income black and latino students from getting college degrees. This is the charge of lawsuit filed in two thousand nineteen and several by the university system. In may that claimed requiring test scores for admission actively prevents plaintiffs from 'accessing public higher education and its attendant opportunities. Only the couter-revolutionary impulse would lead anyone to want to. Douse the flames of social justice with the fire retardant effect but the truth is that no high school graduate in california is denied higher education because of a test score university california schools or some of the most competitive in the state but the cal state system has more than twice as many campuses and costs about half as much to attend and some locations have it. In mission rate of almost ninety percent students reluctant to earn a degree from the lesser system may avail themselves of the best deal in american higher education. Earn a two point four. Gpa and the requisite courses at a california community college and your ability to transfer to a university of california campus is guaranteed not a single standardized tests. Need ever be taken. You know what's happening here. They're actually going to hurt. Asian students who do the right thing who get ahead whose parents are involved in their education who outperformed the kids whose parents aren't involved in education. They do well on the standardized tests and they get into college and they're actually going to be punished because they're going to not be able to get in despite being better academically gifted students because california's decided the test races because as long as california and others. It's not just california. It's all over the country society the standardized tests to racist. It allows the school teachers unions in the school systems to avoid having to acknowledge that they themselves are the ones failing black and latino students and even worse than that. Brace yourselves for this win. This would may make some people mad. The parents are failing the students. But we're not allowed to say that are we. Hi there..
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"As easy as possible and some cases paying people to get vaccinated and trying to make the decision. Just sort of a no brainer both through emphasizing. How how dangerous it is if you remain unvaccinated and then also just making it logistically an easy thing to get done finally dan what our local governments saying about the future back to work back to school in the fall especially if things get worse again. Well it's sort of a mixed bag. You have some schools and universities which have said you have to provide proof of vaccination before you can return to campus university. California system has done that. Federal judge recently ruled that. Indiana university could require students to come back only if they had showed proof of vaccinations and then conversely you have numerous states. Particularly red states like arizona who have made it illegal for schools and businesses to require proof of vaccination. So it's really sort of a hodgepodge of rules and regulations and theme has sort of been a common thread throughout this entire pandemic right where you have different states and locations sort of making up their own rules as we go along here in terms of the level of restrictiveness that they're going to impose on their citizens with regards to cova wall street journal reporter. Dan frosh dan. Thanks for being with us. My pleasure and finally. If you've signed an employment contract you may have also side. A non compete clause. According to a survey by compensation data firm pay scale nearly a third of us companies use them for jobs ranging from barista janitor positions to senior management. Well those days may be numbered. Non competes were supposed to protect the company's confidential information by preventing employees from sharing trade secrets with competing firms but opponents say the contracts can scare workers into staying with one employer or force them to quit their careers altogether now. President biden is asking the federal trade commission to ban or limit the clauses. here's our workplace reporter lauren. Weber president biden wants to rain. These in and non competes have been a target for a long time of many worker advocates. And he's basically saying this is part of a a pro competition order where he wants to improve competition for businesses but also for workers and give workers the ability to move around freely which also means they have more ability to raise their wages because often people will get a bigger bump in their salary or income when they switched jobs. We'll have more about those. Non competes on our sister. Podcast your money briefing tomorrow morning. And that's what's news for this wednesday afternoon if you like our show please rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal. Thanks for listening.
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"I have some psychic superpowers. And it was like one of our biggest fights. We were screaming at each other. And what did he say? You should have seen this coming. Oh, yeah. You wouldn't know. That would have been so good. That would have been so good if you should have seen this coming, But I don't know why you're surprised by this fight. Um, Hey, Becky. That's good. That's so good. Becky. What is the Dumb fight that you've had with a significant other. Okay, so I'm a firefighter and I was at work and me and the guys were arguing about whether or not water was wet. Like water itself as wet like I know water makes other things wet. So I had to call my boyfriend and asked him like, what do you think? And then he totally disagreed with me. I do not think personally. Water is wet. It's not. He was like. Of course it is. And I'm like, no, you're wrong. And then we ended up Not talking for like a week. I had to get him balloons and like candy thought you literally thought about whether water is wet. That's a is that they teach that in school. My sister taught me that the actually the other month. Water is technically not wet. It's whatever it it makes things where because my sister right for about the same thing. Yeah. Exact water is not wet. Look at this. I just look this up. This is from U. C. S B. Which I think is used University, California, Santa Barbara Liquid water is not itself wet, but can make other solid materials, wet witnesses the ability of liquid to adhere to the surface of a solid So when we say something as well, we mean that that liquid penetrated that object. Wow. I never really thought about it before. Okay, So you're right, Becky. She's like, Yo, let me get Let me get that article. Friends. I don't know. I didn't have this fight. I really did my research and I really I think I pleaded my case, but he was just like no, You're wrong. Almost like you thought about this water wet. That's pretty good. Thank you Back in. Thanks for being a firefighter. We appreciate you. Thank you guys. Have a good you too. Have a good one. Hey, Riley. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Hi. Doing Well, thanks for calling. Thanks for listening. What is the the dumb thing that you thought about a new relationship? So my ex fiance, he would get so mad in his sleep. But I would like to turn away from him in bed and he wakes me up like two o'clock in the morning just to fight because I turned away from here. That scares me a little bit. Wow. Wow. How dare you would literally wake me up and he would be like, Why are you turning away from me? And I'm like, because I'm sleeping. Oh, my God. I don't like you can control how you sleep. That's crazy. Crazy. Replaced actually on Thursday. Yeah, well, there you go. We broke away from that. Um, thank you really have a good day. I honestly Rubio and I don't mean to pick on you. But you you don't let anything go so I can only imagine the kind of things that just has to put up with it. I mean, we should probably even call her because I really curious to hear Don't because it's like this guy. He will go hard on his point. Go hard, hard, hard, hard, hard hard until he finally Like goes and disproves or someone can disprove it to him. And then you I will admit you will admit you were wrong, but it takes an absolute battle to get you there. I've heard he's come to me and been like, Okay, well, all dejected. Yeah, I've never heard him say he was wrong. He said sorry about like doing something, but I've never heard him be like maybe that's my interpreter. Maybe that's my interpretation of okay. I was wrong about what I was arguing. I've never This guy's relentless literally the other day. Just when I thought about the the drain stopper in the kitchen sink, you know, like, Like I like it to sit. So it catches all the stuff. You know the food particles and she still take it out because it like it stops the from training. I'm like This was a cache of food, and she's like well, it stops it from training like marry Well, then the food is going down the drain. We don't have a garbage disposal. It's gonna clog it up and then that's it. Then it explodes from there. Wow, a dream Sarah on Twitter. When pregnant, I fought with my boyfriend now ex about how he put the toilet paper on it overnight under it is over. Not under. In fact, there's a patent. You can see how it was designed to be. It was intended. It was designed this way like I'll be the other overs houses, and if it's under flipping, I'll flip it back over to that's that's that's fight worthy. Yeah. Um, Logan, there's a girl saved in my phone from college and I have her name saved his party girl and Annabelle. Her name is Anna. But I call her Annabelle does not care for it to this day. I have no idea who party girl is, Uh, friends like I'll find out. Let me find. Give me your number. Hey, Lawrence, How are you doing today? Good morning. The dumb thing that you fight about in your house, your relationship Well, I've been married to my wife for about eight years. I have a 15 year old stepdaughter and we find about cleaning her room. You fight it by cleaning her room. So this is between you and the daughter. You and your wife. All three. Okay, It's pretty fair. Well, my wife will tell her to put in her room. It'll take three weeks to three months. I I started cleaning room. It's I was raised you when it one day you get it done. It's not You don't do anything. Okay. So you fight about how to discipline this. I don't know about the dumb fight, though. I feel like that's probably a valid fight like the room is valid. But how does your girl feel about you disciplining her daughter? Does she feel cool with that? She followed it. I was raised differently. I was raised by dollars and sisters sibling cheap. My lesson All the child, So I mean, like I was raised back in the eighties where your parents, you know, they beat you at WalMart. And I don't know the eighties were wild. Oh, yeah, they were. Yeah, I don't. I don't hit my stuff. My stepdaughter. I was raised by a step there and his biggest punishment to me. It was flicking me in my arm. Oh, yeah, that was my dad was my dad was engaged in discipline with my mom's permission because he lived there and he should have been. You know what I mean? Like he was helping out. But anyway, thank you, Lawrence. Have a good day. I don't know. I think that's a dumb argument. But we're talking about sinks and whatever, but, um, remember, let's go back to the eighties for a second. I remember being fearful of my parents and I see people now who are no longer fearful of their parents, like my parents. They thought I was up to no good. They had no idea how not up how not Not up to no good. I was lame. And how afraid of disappointing them. I was and how many things I didn't do because I was afraid that they would find out. Just imagine me who was up to no girl, and then you get busted. And then your dad's coming home. You're just like, Oh, my God. I put on like, three pairs of sweatpants to to, uh, looking in the mirror. Check. Soften the blow. Oh, hard guys are lucky You got to work close these guys. Dad was I didn't have any. Hey, doll. Yeah. Oh,.
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"Kind of going viral from the University of South Carolina President Bob Casslyn. He was congratulating the new graduates. But he accidentally said that they were going to be a one night of the University of California instead of the University of South Carolina. And then he made up for the flub. Doing if you push ups. It's not my honor and privilege to officially congratulate you as the newest alumni from university, California Congratulations. And please be seated Carolina story about that. You fire you push ups. Yeah, That's something is quite what a Gaff what a Joe Biden asked Gaff. And then for him to say, I'm gonna make up for it with push ups. Now, that is Joe Biden written all over. I mean, I guess is I guess University of Southern California are University of South Carolina University, California. There's some, you know, they both start with with sees, right. Is that the bar you paid thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars to get a piece of paper from this joint? And this jagoff that they're going to California, Carolina? I'll do a few pushups. Shut up. At least you didn't say. Well, you know, Welcome. Alumni. You're now alumnae of Notre Dame. It s very seriously. University of South Carolina. At least it wasn't that egregious. But yeah, the Barker. That's hilarious. And why is it always push ups? Right, Let's just push ups with these guys. So this takes us into a new segment here on the hammer in Nigel, Show great moments and push up challenge history And I think you know exactly where we're going. Come on, Donald. Come on, man. How many push ups you want. Do your pal the reason I wanted to Because I've been around a long time. I'm not one of the most people and I can get things done. That's what I wanted. And you want to check my shape. One. Let's do.
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"Million doses of the Corona virus vaccine are being delivered to pharmacies around the country is part of a push to get Americans vaccinated. WSB is Michelle write reports lives. Some of that shipment is already here in Metro Atlanta Bill. That's right. It's part of the program, a dozen CVS location, several of them right here in the Metro area. Start to give out the shots in the arms. Today, appointments can be made online for the vaccinations in the next couple of days, Dr Anthony Fauci says moves like this should open up access for widespread vaccinations. In just a few months. We are on target of what the president said. And hopefully as we get into the early spring will have a much greater acceleration of dosage. Walgreens, Sam's Club and Wal Mart also will start giving out the shots is part of the federal program. Kroger public's in the Health Department are all continuing their vaccination plans as well Reporting live, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB. Lot more covert vaccine is on the way enough supply for 300 million Americans. By the end of July. President Biden announces the U. S. Has a contract to received 200 million doses from Fizer and Moderna by this summer. The president also says there will be a sped up delivery for another 100 million doses already ordered up to 40,000 people are expected in Atlanta this weekend for a national cheerleading competition. Dr. Garry Free, tells WSB. He worries that crowded hotels and restaurants will spread coronavirus in Indiana for two days or three days. We're here, You know hard things gonna be packed and overcrowded. The event kicks off of the Georgia World Congress Center tomorrow, with 1500 teams traveling from as far away as California and Main. California now has the most coronavirus deaths in the U. S. According to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. California's death toll from the Corona virus has reached 45,496. That's slightly more than hard hit. New York State federal officials were touting their assistance with mass vaccination sites, but the state's grappling with vaccine shortage and Jennifer King reports Los Angeles closes five mass vaccination sites, including Dodger Stadium, New York, may have under reported the number of covert deaths linked to its nursing homes. Records obtained by The Associated Press show more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients in New York state or released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. New York State Health Department had previously said there were 6327 admissions of patients directly from hospitals to nursing homes. My grassy reports of March 25th director from governor Andrew Cuomo, barred nursing homes from refusing people just because they had covert 19 parents worry covert lockdowns could damage their Children social skills, a new survey find seven and 10 parents believe spending months away from their friends will have a lasting impact on growth and development. They say. It'll be harder for their child to connect with people in person later in life. Over two thirds say their Children are lonely and parenting is harder than ever. WSB News time is 7 35 25 minutes away from our A T M nonstop news feed Scott's late Marcie Williams and Bill Kioko John.
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"California's past New York is the state with the most deaths from the coronavirus adding to a tally by Johns Hopkins University California's death toll from the corona virus has reached forty five thousand four hundred ninety six that's slightly more than hard hit New York state federal officials were touting their systems with mass vaccination sites but the states grappling with vaccine shortages Los Angeles is temporarily closing five mass vaccination sites including Dodger Stadium for lack of supply here's Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti vaccine supply is on even it's unpredictable coronavirus rates in California have been improving and the daily number of cases over eight thousand is down for fifty three thousand in December I'm Jennifer king
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"University, California, San Francisco. Has engineered a tiny antibody capable Neutralizing the coronavirus isn't a piece written and UCSF magazine. And I was like, Yes, I went through this on by trying to wrap my head around What I was saying, Um, I felt like I always do about science that you know. That's science works slowly, deliberately on magnificently. You know, throughout time, we know that it doesn't always work on a on on a scale that we want, but it does work. So I saw the story and I thought it run it by the smartest guys. I know. Dr John Sports Berg, professor Emeritus School of Public Health Division of Infectious diseases and backs analogy, is also part of a joint program. At UC Berkeley and you see ourself, Doc. Thanks for being here. I appreciate it when you saw this. You were you familiar with this before I send it over? Yeah, I I've been following it since April. It's really exciting. Okay, So let's talk about Let's talk about the strange world of viruses and what this proposes. Well. The strange world that you're talking about? Really? Connexus with llamas. And guanacos and camels. It's really interesting. So researchers that you CSF we're looking at a really small Molecules. There's sort of like antibodies, but they're much, much smaller than antibodies, and they were looking at a variety of reasons. We've known about these for about 20 years or so and One thing led to another, and they discovered that some of these really small molecules called nano bodies that were found in llamas, for example. Um some of them mapped pretty well, too. Sites on the virus that causes co Vered. And not only Mapping to some of the sights on that virus, but specifically on the sites that attached to ourselves and if they potentially could block it. And that's what led to them. Studying this further and then Mass producing now these nano bodies with the hope that Maybe they would be a very good and safe therapeutic. Okay, let's back up a second. So the coronavirus it's called Cronin because it looks like a crown. It's got these spikes. And it's also kind of enveloped in this this kind of like this protein coding, right, So when it when it comes up to a cell on and it does it Does it force its way in through through the spikes? Is that the deal? Um, on Or if the vaccine is not, you know, hasn't produced the right antibodies to fight this. It's pretty successful about getting inside and then taking over the machinery of our cell and then reproducing. How did these nanny bodies that do? They stick to the spikes? Is that the deal? Yeah, It's really cool Chip. What? What happens is that well, let's let's first talk about how these viruses get into ourselves. They've got these spikes that you're describing. And there's the virus is now floating around in our bloodstream are floating around in there knows, for example. And not in her bloodstream, but in her nose and her back or throat, and those spikes will attached to Projections that come off of ourselves, but only specific projections that come off of ourselves. What do you mean projections? What is that? Well, there's structure that come off of ourselves, and they're called Ace to receptors and they're used for oneself. So one cell can communicate with another. So the cells in the region and the cells throughout the body or able to communicate through in different ways, And we have lots of different kinds of receptors on ourselves. These on the membrane of the cell, the singer on the surface of ourselves, Okay on this first cell on the top of the side, or I mean or the bottom. I mean, we look at a cell Yeah. If you picture the nose, let's just pick the nose. The lining of the nose on the surface that was exposed to the air. You're gonna have these cells with ease. Receptors coming off of them. And so along floats this virus with this spike, and that spike attach is directly to these ace to receptors and when they walk onto that ace, two receptor. That receptor in the virus is pulled inside of ourselves. And once inside of ourselves, the virus takes over our cellular machinery and starts reproducing itself in the millions and millions of numbers. So what we've got to do is we've got to prevent. That attachment of the virus to those receptors on ourselves, And that's where the nano bodies come in Those really teeny Nah, nobody's specific ones. Will fit onto that spike. The portion of the spikes that attach is and so when the virus starts floating by and Finds us finds a receptor It can't attach because that nano body is stuck onto the virus and that spike portion It's almost like putting mittens on. Kind of it Sort of is, Yeah. It's really just a blocking in a But it just blocks the ability of that virus to attach from here the implications, so it's like Well, you could. You could have an atomizer just something that would spray these nana bodies into your nose or into your throat. If you got exposed to SARS cov to the virus that causes Cove it you could just spray that in and the virus that has a virus particle viral particles that haven't attached. It won't be able to That's interesting. I was assumed that when I inhaled it, it got into my bloodstream pretty quickly. How long does it take when you and if I were in a room and I inhaled some stars, Kobe to which I remember reading it like you could fit 20,000 of these on the head of a pin there pretty damn small. If I inhaled them, they would obviously get caught in. And could they go all the way down into my lungs immediately and getting in my blood that quickly happens? Yeah. What happens is that you inhale them, and they the virus values. Those receptors gets inside of ourselves and starts replicating and that whole process takes a few days typically On average. And then is more and more viral particles are being produced. More more cells are getting infected, so it starts to cascade and more and more cells become infected. In your throat then and then it can go down into your airways and At some point, the virus can get into the blood, although it doesn't need to do that, But it certainly can. And unfortunately, these ace to receptors are not just found in our nose and throat in airways, but they're found in the heart. In the gastrointestinal tract in some other organs, So when the virus can get into the bloodstream, it can get into a variety of places. It is a matter of fact, sometimes when it's just in the back of our throat will swallow it, and that's how it gets into our gastrointestinal tract..
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"To immediately crackdown on fossil fuels and revoked the keystone Expel permit. Wow! First reserved their sexually excited Loving this, By the way, Canada's really pissed off about this. We had an agreement with them. She can. It has been screwing around. Ah, screw around with this forever because nobody would ever Agreed to the Keystone XL pipeline, which is the most efficient way and the safest way and the best way to be moving oil. It's been done through train, and many people said all that. So what's his name? Warren Buffett because he's hugely invested the railroads and he's been against this. He's been couching in an environment because he gets to transport the stuff by rail. That's probably the most dangerous way you could do it. It really is. So the pipeline would be the safest would be the best. And Canada's mad now because at one point they threatened. You know what? You guys don't want this stuff truck down in the US through this pipeline. We're just gonna build a pipeline across Canada going toward Through what you can and British Columbia. We're going right to the coast. Screw you. And then finally, Donald Trump came into office and said, No, no way. Well, we want to do this, He said. He permitted it. Biden's taking the permit and he's shredding it because he's shredding the Well, you could say that Donald Trump President Donald Trump Legacy shredding the Weaver thinking legacy. Yeah, happening right now, man, They're just getting warmed up. Nobody calls for DOJ to resume Obama era slush fund I mentioned this earlier this This is big. You know about this. These air payouts these air straight up payouts. Who left wing groups that have it's a gold mine. It's a gold mine. You may want to think about putting an application. You come up with some phony baloney. Stupid name That sounds like you're environmentally. Protective all that. And you told the federal government that I'm suing you because you are not saving this little bird over here. My backyard. This bird's in all my neighbors, backyards and all over the street, Internets. You're not saving them. Not saving them by shutting down this stream that runs to the neighborhood. It's just making things up. You get the point. And then the federal government's is what? Well what? We don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. We're gonna settle out of court. Wink wink, nod down. We know your group could use more promotion. They don't split Say that and your group could use some funding. So let us cut you a check for three million bucks. I want five. Okay, okay. All right. Just don't sue us, okay? Yeah. That's what this is all about. Fraudulent installed hack sock puppet. Joe Biden is looking to the Justice Department to reinstate a controversial Obama air practice. Ah, controversial. Obama era practice. Remember Lisa Jackson? Whatever happened to her? She had a male name, and she was using some man's name and email. Yes, he was all over the bush. Napolitano to remember Bush. Napolitano. Butch settled in man. And she got that sweetheart deal where she's like the president of University, California Man. It's good work if you can get it. Uh, anyway, the soon Sellem agreements where defendants paid outside groups instead of the government or victims. The Trump Administration. Stop these payments 2017. Azad outlined in the Justice Department manual that initially came from the memo. From then Attorney General failed the worst pick ever. Jeff sessions when the federal government and I got to give Jeffers do. He's the one who educated us on the transpacific partnership. Remember that he was screaming about that with his hair on fire. That's back when he was a senator. And heading, not done that we would know about that. So God bless him for that. Of course, we're gonna get back into it binds taking us back into it, But it lasted for four years when the federal government that we pulled out When the federal government settles a case against a corporate wrong door. Any settlement fund should go first the victims and then the American people not to bankroll third party, special interest groups or political friends. Of whoever is in power. Shouldn't be whomever you know This is Jeff Sessions. It's just statement. 2017 Congress took him took aim at the slush fund, which incentivized corporate payments. Toe left wing groups like Laura's to Wow, man, I'd love to have a list of people that got this dough. I remember in La Raza was getting it again. All they gotta do is say were soon and Earth first got to do Sierra Club Sirrah Club. I think it's still remodeling their kitchens with marble countertops on that door by and probably test list. The Obama administration. Toilets back up here. The rule is now part of several federal agency actions, some subject to review under Biden's upcoming executive order called Hang on. I got to get this right. The rule is now part of several federal agency action subject to review under Sock puppet. Biden's of Coming Executive Order called Protecting public health and the environment and restoring science to tackle the climate change crisis. Now. Let me say that again. This is the This is legit, actual real language in the title. This order is called. This is the title of your protecting public health and the environment and restoring science to tackle the climate crisis. That's right out of, uh, well Soviet Union didn't go this far. But they did all sorts of things like that. Was kid around about Minister of Wheat 1968. That's what this is. Comments are protecting public health and the environment and restoring science and tackle the climate of places. You know, I've got a title like that. Did you know that I do? Hang on. 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AP News Radio
COVID in California: 2 million confirmed cases and counting
"According to Johns Hopkins University California has become the first state to record two million confirm coronavirus cases California health officials say the grim milestone of two million covert nineteen cases is related to thanksgiving gatherings more than eighteen thousand people are hospitalized in many of the state's intensive care units are filled Dr Jim Keeney is an emergency physician at mission hospital our biggest challenge is just taking care of all these patients you know on any given day and most emergency departments are already bursting at the seams Jenny Carrillo as a charge nurse at Holy Cross hospital a look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe who's struggling to you know get while they want to be home with their family Los Angeles county is leading the search accounting for one third of the state's covert nineteen cases I'm surely after
Daily coronavirus deaths hit staggering milestone
"Over 154,000 total covert deaths in the U. S tally by Johns Hopkins University, California reporting a record 219 deaths in a day A B C's Trevor Ault the CDC now predicting nearly 30,000 more Americans could be killed in the next three weeks. 35 states in Puerto Rico are now battling rising daily death counts, including Florida Another day with more than 9000
On The Media
Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies
"President trump who's told states to fend for themselves has had female blocking orders for vital equipment secured by governors some of them anyway so the government can buy them instead this week FEMA see is that in order for five hundred ventilators from a private company obtained by democratic Colorado governor Jared Paul is only to have trump give back a hundred of them at what he called the request of the state's endangered Republican senator Cory Gardner Thursday's Denver post editorial declared trump is playing a disgusting political game with our lives but the trump administration says it's got a plan and that it's working White House adviser Peter Navarro April second these guys up here doing a heck of a job organizing the supply chain well I think that's news to a lot of medical providers no I'm levy is a national health care reporter for the LA times trying to follow the cultic nineteen supply chain I can't say I've talked to many hospitals or doctors offices or clinics around the country who feel that the supply chain is being managed in anything close to a rational way that's for sure and we can't seem to get answers from FEMA or the White House about what system if any is being used to balance the needs a couple weeks ago I was speaking with the head of the Texas academy of family physicians who working with the golfing buddy of his managed to in about a half million masks over the border from Mexico and then spent about seventy two hours getting them to rural hospitals and doctors offices around Texas because the state of Texas didn't have anything to distribute so you've got the system in which everybody's running around trying to get masks and ventilators and everything else and then on top of that is a totally opaque system of what appears to be haphazard intervention by the federal government on some supplies but not all of them everyone is completely perplexed we hear that trump is having no problem directing to Florida whatever Florida seems to need so zero which is the agency that is allegedly responsible for distributing supplies from the strategic national stockpile has claimed that they have some formula for distributing medical supplies that reflects states in large metro areas relative populations and the relative severity of corona virus outbreaks they are actually shipping things across the country however it's impossible to find out what that formula is whether or not allowances are being made in one way or another four criteria that have not been identified president trump hasn't been shy about claiming that he's willing to reward its friends and punish his enemies the conspiracy minded person might think well is there some nefarious methods to how these supplies are getting distributed or not we just don't know what difference does it really make if we know or we don't know what the formula is for distributing this stuff this is taxpayer money that we're talking about private actors in the market of course don't have an obligation to be transparent about what they're doing because there's no expectation under normal circumstances that they're acting in the public interest we hope that the government is acting in the public interest but without transparency who knows who's accountable for this who's in charge is it rear admiral John Paul love check who's at the head of FEMA's coronavirus supply chain task force is it FEMA director Peter Gaynor is it Peter Navarro who is reportedly coordinating private and public sector communication maybe it's the Jared Kushner or the invisible hand isn't really fundamentally the president and no one else you know without clear lines of authority things are not getting done as far as we know in a particularly efficient way nor do we know that however they're being done is being done in a lawful way frankly if for example the president's son in law is dialing up private companies and asking them to give support in one way or another to the supply chain challenges what assurances are being made to those companies about what they can expect I'm talking about promises that are made the company acts that if they help out that they'll be made whole in the end with they'll be reimbursed at a certain level without a process all of that is open to question is there a way to have an informed data driven approach to this as Jared Kushner said the federal government was engaged in if in fact the federal government isn't engaged in an informed data driven approach can big business small business health officials state officials do this on their own so the facts on the ground suggests that this can't happen on its own no that's not to say that there aren't a lot of efforts by individual actors some of them quite influential to play a constructive role I mean we've seen a number of large companies including apple for example say we are going to use our connections to the supply chain to procurer masks and we're going to distribute them the owner of the New England Patriots flew the patriots plane to China to go pick up a shipment of masks and flew back to Boston the problem is when you have this sort of thousand points of light approach to procuring and distributing needed supplies what ends up happening is that well connected medical centers that have relationships with large companies either because they do business with them or because they're located in their backyards are often times at the top of the list so for example sales force made a donation to the university California San Francisco Medical Center because they have a long standing relationship both being based in San Francisco does UCSF knew that equipment more than a hospital in New York City or New Jersey that's a lot to ask of sales force to try to make that determination they don't have any expertise in
On the Media
Calling Trump: When connections help steer virus supplies
"President trump who's told states to fend for themselves has had female blocking orders for vital equipment secured by governors some of them anyway so the government can buy them instead this week FEMA see is that in order for five hundred ventilators from a private company obtained by democratic Colorado governor Jared Paul is only to have trump give back a hundred of them at what he called the request of the state's endangered Republican senator Cory Gardner Thursday's Denver post editorial declared trump is playing a disgusting political game with our lives but the trump administration says it's got a plan and that it's working White House adviser Peter Navarro April second these guys up here doing a heck of a job organizing the supply chain well I think that's news to a lot of medical providers no I'm levy is a national health care reporter for the LA times trying to follow the cold pick nineteen supply chain I can't say I've talked to many hospitals or doctors offices or clinics around the country who feel that the supply chain is being managed in anything close to a rational way that's for sure and we can't seem to get answers from FEMA or the White House about what system if any is being used to balance the needs a couple weeks ago I was speaking with the head of the Texas academy of family physicians who working with the golfing buddy of his managed to in about a half million masks over the border from Mexico and then spent about seventy two hours getting them to rural hospitals and doctors offices around Texas because the state of Texas didn't have anything to distribute so you've got the system in which everybody's running around trying to get masks and ventilators and everything else and then on top of that is a totally opaque system of what appears to be haphazard intervention by the federal government on some supplies but not all of them everyone is completely perplexed we hear that trump is having no problem directing to Florida whatever Florida seems to need so zero which is the agency that is allegedly responsible for distributing supplies from the strategic national stockpile has claimed that they have some formula for distributing medical supplies that reflects states in large metro areas relative populations and the relative severity of corona virus outbreaks they are actually shipping things across the country however it's impossible to find out what that formula is whether or not allowances are being made in one way or another four criteria that have not been identified president trump hasn't been shy about claiming that he's willing to reward its friends and punish his enemies the conspiracy minded person might think well is there some nefarious method to how these supplies are getting distributed or not we just don't know what difference does it really make if we know or we don't know what the formula is for distributing this stuff this is taxpayer money that we're talking about private actors in the market of course don't have an obligation to be transparent about what they're doing because there's no expectation under normal circumstances that they're acting in the public interest we hope that the government is acting in the public interest but without transparency who knows who's accountable for this who's in charge is it rear admiral John Paul love check who's at the head of FEMA's coronavirus supply chain task force is it FEMA director Peter Gaynor is it Peter Navarro who is reportedly coordinating private and public sector communication maybe it's the Jared Kushner or the invisible hand is it really fundamentally the president and no one else you know without clear lines of authority things are not getting done as far as we know in a particularly efficient way nor do we know that however they're being done is being done in a lawful way frankly if for example the president's son in law is dialing up private companies and asking them to give support in one way or another to the supply chain challenges what assurances are being made to those companies about what they can expect I'm talking about promises that are made the company acts that if they help out that they'll be made whole in the end with they'll be reimbursed at a certain level without a process all of that is open to question is there a way to have an informed data driven approach to this as Jared Kushner said the federal government was engaged in if in fact the federal government isn't engaged in an informed data driven approach can big business small business health officials state officials do this on their own so the facts on the ground suggests that this can't happen on its own no that's not to say that there aren't a lot of efforts by individual actors some of them quite influential to play a constructive role I mean we've seen a number of large companies including apple for example say we are going to use our connections to the supply chain to procurer masks and we're going to distribute them the owner of the New England Patriots flew the patriots plane to China to go pick up a shipment of masks and flew back to Boston the problem is when you have this sort of thousand points of light approach to procuring and distributing needed supplies what ends up happening is that well connected medical centers that have relationships with large companies either because they do business with them or because they're located in their backyards are often times at the top of the list so for example sales force made a donation to the university California San Francisco Medical Center because they have a long standing relationship both being based in San Francisco does UCSF knew that equipment more than a hospital in New York City or New Jersey that's a lot to ask of sales force to try to make that determination they don't have any expertise in
Memphis Morning News
University of California-developed AI taught itself to solve a Rubik's Cube in one second
"Researchers from university California have created an artificial intelligence system capable of solving the Rubik's cube in a fraction of a second the system is deep reinforcement learning algorithm names deep cube Hey and it does not need to be provided with any specific information on the cube or in game coaching to beat the puzzle it learns on its own thank god that was not available during war games or we might have had actual nuclear war but to the credit of the Whopper machine in the movie the best option for nuclear war is not to play