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"Jewish pogroms. I grew up in austria and very aware of christie. The night of broken glass was neither of rampage against choose carried out in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight and announce the equivalent of the proud. Boys waste it was the day of broken gas right here. In the united states broken gaas was in the windows of the united states capitol. So if you can give us the background for this. And then we're going to play more of arnold schwarzenegger apparently for the first time in public talking about the complicity of his father and neighbors in austria. This time ruth. Benji gives us the history of kristallnacht and austria and angeles though kristallnacht was was so tragically important because they had already been legal persecution of jews and plenty of on of imprisonment of jews. Who left us and beatings in the street. There's plenty of violence in germany. And then hitler annexed austria and had a plebiscite austria had a plebiscite but kristallnacht was the first large scale coordinated attack on jewish sites whether their stores they were synagogues. and it. Was you know. The nazis allowed to the violence to happen but actually instigated it. So this is this technique of lighting the match already nod addressing violence and egging on violence and then it roll is a classic authoritarian maneuver. And of course. Part of the part of the effect was to lead some jews to get out and and emigrate which is partly what the nazis wanted. They wanted to get rid of the jews that way as well as with violence. The reason that. I want to go back to arnold schwarzenegger now yes. That's what so schwarzenegger. No let me goes. We're going to go back to play a little more of what he had to say. Yeah i was born in nineteen forty seven two years after the second world war growing up i was surrounded that broken man drinking away guilty with their participation in the most evil regime in history that often were rabbit. Semites nazis managed just went along. Step-by-step down the road. They were the people next door. I've never shared this so publicly because the distant painful member but my father will come home drunk once or twice a week and he would scream and hit us and my mother. I didn't torture responsible because unable assumed the same thing who his family and so it was the knicks. Navo i heard it'd be melania's and so been own is. They went physical pain from the shrapnel in the bodies. I didn't emotional pain for day. Saw what did he started lies and lies and lies and intolerance. So that's the former. Republican governor of california arnold schwarzenegger professor ruth thing. Yeah to you can talk about what he's referring to every day austrians and then take it back to the united states as increasingly people around this country are asking questions about the senators and congress members who have aided in embedded what donald trump was trying to de legitimize democratic elections people like cory bush calling for the expulsion the congressman from missouri of congress members who supported this but start packing austria with the nazis. Yeah so you know what what arnold working is referring to is You know that. Hitler was supposed to be hitler. Was the native child having been born in austria. He was supposed to be the savior of germany and instead he led it to defeat. I have quotes in my book about women in bomb shelters. When hitler abandoned his people in the allies were bombing and the soviets were invading. And she said. Hitler promised greatness and he was really out to destroy us so there was this massive massive tragedy and guilt that was experienced and caused violence violence. And this is this. Is this kind of terrible atmosphere. Post hitler who killed himself. Of course. Because i haven't in the conclusion to my book the one constant with all these men that they despise there people and they blame their people when things go badly and they leave them in the ditch. There only loyalties to themselves and the republicans in america have seen this happening as trump has turned on the people who enabled him at the beginning. Like jeff sessions. Who was the first person to bring him to a rally trump said in stream now and then we know what happened to jeff sessions and and so trump has had an enormous success to a shocking degree in domesticating and making as a personal tool the gop. Considering he didn't start his party cellini or or in hitler was was ahead of the party. Very on trump came in from the outside in only a four years to intimidation bullying buyouts. The usual autocratic methods has completely wrapped. Gop around his finger. And this is how we get this complicity. And so those who had to wait for an armed assault a murderous intentions on the capital to do the right thing like mcconnell lynn pence. I'm not so impressed. They were only reacting to their personal safety being jeopardised so if any any any legacy reckoning with the trump era has to actually focus on how successful he's been at getting people to be their worst selves finally Professor van yet. You tweeted historian of coups and right wing authoritarians here if there are not severe consequences for every lawmaker and trump government official who back this every member of the capitol police who collaborated with them. This strategy of disruption will escalate in twenty twenty one if you would elaborate further and end by talking about what is deeply concerning to so many people right now that this was just a first attack but when trump says this are beautiful or our journey is just beginning. I had already been very worried that this would be that. That trump in the gop triple act is an outside agitator even when he leaves and this would be a strategy of trying to de legitimize the biden administration. They've already been trying to sabotage with non action on corona virus economic misery but to make america so ungovernable as so difficult to govern so chaotic so violent under biden and harris that creates a more desire for law and order an income the trump's back again where trump trump proxies so. I'm very worried that this there's already a quote armed march being planned for january seventeenth around the nation and once you once you legitimize and give presidential and premature to extremism and once you convince you plant people throughout federal agencies you you you radicalize law enforcement at as bill barr who stepped away but has a huge amount of responsibility for this. It's very hard to turn to turn this back. Ruth gat one. Thank you for being with us. Professor of history and italian studies at new york university author of the book. Strongmen how they rise why. They succeed how they fall. We will link to her new piece at cnn title. Trump's endgame power at all costs next up. We look at big tex response. To the capital insurrection. Twitter has permanently banned. Donald trump parlor is off flying. We'll host a debate Summer is coming by lebanese composer. Elias rabbani rabbani died after battling in nineteen last week. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman. After years of debate. Twitter and facebook have remove president trump from their platforms. Today will host our own debate on the move by big tech twitter permanently. Suspended trump friday cutting off his instant line of communication with eighty nine million followers after reviewing to tweets at said could incite violence and contribute to a possible quote secondary attack on the us capital and other government facilities. Next weekend ahead of joe. Biden's inauguration wednesday trump's tweets were quote the seventy five million great american patriots. Who voted for me. America first and make america great again. We'll have a giant voice long into the future. They will not be disrespected or treated unfairly. In any way shape or form and trump also tweeted that he quote will not be going to the inauguration on january twentieth unquote. Meanwhile facebook and instagram. Which are the same company have now suspended trump. At least until inauguration day twitch which is owned by amazon and snapchat also disabled trump's accounts other platforms that have now banned or restricted. trump include. Tick tock red snap chat and shop. Affi- meanwhile apple. Google amazon web services ended their support for the social media network parlor over the weekend. Which bills itself as twitter without rules. The company say parlors managers have consistently failed to halt threats of violence and calls for armed insurrection on the site. Parlor was co founded by the republican megadonor trump supporter. Rebecca mercer daughter of hedge fund billionaire robert mercer. All of this comes as critics argue facebook. Google and twitter have peddled extremism for profit for years now. The payment processing company stripe has cut ties with the trump campaign which continues to fund. Raise saying it violated policies against encouraging violence. After the pro-trump mob stormed the capital last wednesday for more on big text response to the capital insurrection. Begin with remeasuring us. He's professor of information studies at the university of california los angeles. Ucla where he also directs the digital cultures lab professor surena vasan is the author of the book beyond the valley. How innovators around the world are overcoming inequality and creating the technologies of tomorrow Is after we speak with him. We'll host a debate with professor surena. Vasan and chris hedges so professor. If you can start off a lot of people may not even be familiar with some of these sites but if you can talk about what has happened in the last week with big tech. Yeah absolutely amy's great to be back with you. I think it's really important to note that as we sit through this pandemic we are more technologically reliance than ever before our lives are mediated by private corporations rights and so big technology companies have had to take a stand in recent days about their relationships which quite frankly are highly symbiotic with president trump. Um and this is something we've discussed. Before because many big technology companies thrive around the amplification of spectacle meaning. Their goal like pretty much any media network is to keep you on there as much as possible to keep your attention glued and there is no one better at disorienting polarizing inflaming and stirring people up then president trump's so they have been strange bedfellows in in in many cases on an economic level allies for many years. I think i think quite belatedly honestly there. There were decisions made after the horrific effect the events of last week where there were clear linkages between president. Trump's behavior both online and offline and the domestic white supremacist terror. Incident that we saw last week. I think these companies have realized they needed to cut baits at some point but opinion. They've never taken a stand in the public interest and you know for us to praise them at this. Point is is is not really getting at the whole picture before we go to our debate explain. What parliament's parlour. It's very important to note. The connections actually between parlor in cambridge analytica which i know you and many networks at done a lot of reporting on rebecca mercer as you mentioned earlier is one of the founders of parlor and her father robert mercer where the founders along with steve bannon who was intimately involved with cambridge politica parlor was setup rhetorically almost and has grown and booms as a sort of alternative social media platform for the conservative alt-right and unfortunately even more kind of right wing neo nazi white supremacist type movements trump. Despite his you know incredibly positive in symbiotic relationship with big tech on every level has reeled against big tech over the last several months and has falsely claims that is responsible for his election loss and losses of for republicans. The past parlor was set up as an alternative to for for people on the rights to flock to but very importantly concept that might start or bubble up on parlour tends to translate across different technology platforms by what i call a media ecology so stuff might start on parlor just like it started on four chan or read it or other kinds of platforms but then it becomes the new normal on platforms. That are much more mainstream like facebook. Instagram and twitter so to debate big tex response to the capital insurrection and whether social media should be banning president trump for life for until he's out of office. We're joined by. Chris hedges the pulitzer prize winning journalist award winning author and activist. He is a regular columnist for sheer post has laid startle is headlined. The empire is not done with julian. Assange he's written numerous books. Including most recently america the farewell tour still with us remeasuring vossen professor of information studies at the university california los angeles where he also do directs the digital cultures lab. Chris can you start off by responding to twitter permanently banning donald trump well twitter All of these digital platforms are not neutral arbiters. In fact there are of course for profit corporations with close ties to the security state. And if you look back over the past few years They have imposed heavy forms of censorship and interference primarily on the left and in particularly on wikileaks so they blocked the ability for wikileaks to accept donations on paper towel. And every other platform They every time wikileaks would hold a press conference They would There would be interference electronic interference. People couldn't get in the room They've used algorithms And then we saw again. They're very partisan activity during the campaign when they locked the new york. Post out of its own twitter account Because it had published stories about the revelations Found on the Discarded or abandoned laptop from a hundred biden. Which in retrospect have proved proven. Quite serious greenwald. Took a very heroic stance on this and the intercept wouldn't publish his story so to allow these opaque and remember these companies. Know everything about us. We know nothing about them to allow these companies to essentially function as defacto platforms for censorship and manipulation. And i'm not in any way minimizing. What happened last week Hearkens back to the way civil liberties were viscera in the wake of nine eleven. The patriot act which the great civil rights attorney michael ratner called. A coup d'etat. Two thousand and two authorization to use military force act So responding to a crisis. And i think we do live in a crisis i have written about this right wing nativist fascist of my book american fascists came out in two thousand six. So i'm very cognizant of the very real threat that we face to respond by an essence empowering these private corporations to function as sensors billions of people Will come back to haunt us and we see that because it's not just trump they target. It's always in the end. The left that that pays for this kinds of censorship professor should've asked if you can respond to this and also let's just point out that twitter's move Didn't start with the leadership it started with Three hundred twitter employees Signing a petition calling for him trump to be permanently banned saying we must examine twitter's complicity and what president-elect biden has rightly termed insurrection. Those acts jeopardize the well being of the united states. Our company and our employees. I mean that itself is is a great example of how publicly accountable a company like twitter is and that is true across the board when it comes to big tech companies big tech companies have become a are private corporations that we're talking about some of the wealthiest corporations in the history of the world during this pandemic alone. Hundreds of billions of dollars have been made primarily by tech magnate's that is really important to point out and that's only going to be the new normal as we head toward climate crises puts pop possible future pandemics salon but i very much agree with the point that was made by mr hedges on. Twitter is self serving. These big tech companies are self-serving There are many right wing trolls who are going viral as we speak on twitter right now of these technology platforms powered by their hidden algorithms. That are indeed. Oh pick thrive on the amplification of polarization the amplification of attention. They are able to computational. We predict what will grab our eyeballs and the disorienting propagandist hateful kinds of content. That comes out of president trump. a on twitter Is our make. Mix makes him an incredible ally and that is why. It's extremely important for us to take note of the much larger issue which is our public lives are economic. Lives are political. Lives even our intimate. Life's our behavioral lives are all governed by private technology companies. That know far more about us than we will ever know about them. And that's why. I believe we really need to transform regulate technology companies in the image of justice and balance and compel. Chris hedges. Concern that yes. They're turning on trump right now who they have enormously profited from over the years but next it may well be you. Oh absolutely there there. There is no public governance. There is no public. Accountability could be any of us a meaning. It was with wikileaks as as as chris. Edges pointed out. Yeah they it it. It is incredible how much power we have given to a very small number of people who are who are essentially mediating pretty much every aspect of our lives. And i really believe that this is why we need true regulatory intervention. Out this time and we're at a very unique moment. When it comes to these issues we have a large skill agreement across the american population and actually in many cases around the world to do something about these issues with big tech well. Chris hedges not all speech in this country is is to say the least simply allowed. I mean you're not supposed to be able to yell. Fire in a crowded theatre. For example as you pointed out yourself the warning for years about american fascism. How does president trump the support for this insurrection. Not fall into that category for you. Because he doesn't specifically call for violence and this goes back to the attempt on the state of mississippi to go after the nwa c p. for Violence that had been carried out trying to blame the nwa c. p. for this Violence and and it went all the way to the supreme court. I think nine hundred eighty two and they ruled essentially it was unanimous decision That this kind of speech. The kind of speech that trump laid out is actually protected and even if it results violence. They can't they can't go after the person who carried out that speech so The i if you give a strong in that case said that if you give a strong Speech against segregation and that there is some kind of violence carried out. You're not responsible so I think that I would love to see trump impeached. A ralph nader. And bruce fein have drawn up a list of twelve real impeachable offenses. Not just a shakedown of ukraine But of course. I think the democratic party has been complicit in this administration they could have impeach trump the first week just on the monuments clause alone The perpetrator of nine wars. If we count yemen That were never declared by congress. But they didn't do it because they saw trump as a fundraising tool the media has made tons of money off of trump Again As it was pointed out the the digital platforms love trump as a essentially keeping people on their platforms again profit-driven and so And now we've ended up at four in the final week of the trump administration With people attempting to respond to the deterioration of the american political system and the judiciary and the checks and balances and everything else But i i think that the Clearly if we kind of coldly read. What trump said his supporters He didn't call for people to break into the capital and take people hostage certainly he and his family in just the speeches alone at this rally as he talked about he would be with them but of course then. He sneaked back to the white house and was not with them but they talked about trial by combat they talked about getting republicans who were not standing up for trump and you see all of the responses as he watched what took place the massive islands. The capitol trump tweeted. We love you. You're special people remeasure nevada. On what do you want to see as you support trump being banned permanently from twitter to come from this. What do you see happening also stripes. They won't process as credit cards. You've got shop affi- which he uses will money matters to say the least to trump and you've got read at you've got snapchat. You've got youtube all of these. Taking trump down. Yeah absolutely. I don't i don't i don't think that the that the solution to all to this issue and any future issues comes from hoping that twitter does the right thing twitter it has decided to ban trump and the other tech companies are now cutting bait with trump Because it's got it's it's just gonna step too far and they all recognize. The biden. Administration is incoming. I i really think that what we need to do is long before we get to. This point have public audit public and public accountability into technology company. So you know. This is what i've been calling a digital bill of rights but basically what i'm talking about here as we need to have full disclosure over what is being collected about us how that which is being collected about us as influencing what we see we need to have the ability for third parties to have audit continuous audit over these technology platforms. We need to rein in some aspects not fully of section thirty of the nineteen ninety six communications decency act which basically provides online content providers basically no no liability just full full protection to post and publish. Whatever they would they wished to but long before we get to this point we any any pieces of content for example that are likely to go viral or the tech companies are going to make go. Viral should be there should be some kind of audit kind of process and these algorithms are thriving power all of these systems thrive on amplification spectacle and disinformation and they re league. They really need to be reined in transformed in the interest in the public interest in the democratic interests but also to my point earlier technology companies are not simply about our political lenses into the world but are also deeply influencing issues of economic justice and social justice and and we have to ensure because the internet was publicly funded that all of these tech companies are resting upon publicly funded infrastructure. That was based on all of us paying for that. They are publicly accountable. They have to be dedicated to the public interest. And we have to do everything we can especially at this time when there's a lot of attention on this issue to push something that is far more progressive than just hoping for some good step to be taken here and there when it's self serving before we go. Chris hedges the drudge ruling over julian assange extradition case has just denied him bail. The decision came two days after the judge rejected a. Us bid for his extradition. The wikileaks founder must stay in prison while the us appeals the decision. Your latest article is headlined. The empire is not done with julian. Assange we just have a minute but talk about the significance of what's taken place in britain right now. The judge ruling he will not be extradited to the united states because of health risk. Because she feels he could commit suicide. There's that potential in the barbarity of the prison system but on everything else other point every other charge she agreed with the us Prosecutors and that's ominous because essence she legitimized legally the right of the american government to seize. anyone julian assange is not a. Us citizen wikileaks is not a us based publication who publishes us secrets and carry out extraordinary rendition to hold back to the united states It's clear that they are going to let him sit in this high security prison. He's letting remember he's being held there on a bond issue a bail issue. It's he should have been out a long time ago his physically and psychologically in a very precarious state. And i think there's a lot of people who feel that they're going to just keep him locked up there because the us will appeal for months and months Until he disintegrates hedges what you wanna say is that we have ten seconds what you want to see right now. Julian assange well. Julian assange is probably the most important publisher of a last few decades. So he's he represents everything that i care about in terms of shining a lens into the inner workings of of power and and exposing the kinds of crimes of power of and the fact that so many people have chris hedges. We thank you so much for being with us and ramesh of son. I mean me..

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"The problem is when you're getting older that's not enough there's still a problem you're not relation even with those other things you're not really sure enough brain drug or protect so in a recent review of the journal nutrition research they reviewed a whole bunch of studies as well the systematic review and meta analysis when they took blood levels of of older people on bio curcumin it increased level of brain derived neurotrophic factor they had absolute proof this helps you create memory cells I take pride right because we I take fire creek when five blocks of every day not for arthritis I'm taking a for my brain and to reduce the risk of certain cancers like colon cancer so here's a study which university of at Swinburne university in Australia they gave eighty options when they gave a group of older people between the age of fifty to eighty by curcumin for twelve weeks by Kirk with our product buyer cooking is used a lot of research in Australia because they're restate using it to research I was overseas okay so let's go back to Swinburne university in Australia that gay people are buyer Kirkland for twelve weeks it's significantly improve working memory I reduced brain fatigue compared to placebo I stressful mood components anger tension confusion all approved on the buyer curtain now university California Los Angeles.

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

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"The heart and on the valves of the heart by up to thirty seven percent it's a it reduced happy Cordele adipose tissue that's on the outer part of the heart by twenty seven percent every just Perry Cordy allowed a post issue the tissue surrounding heart by twenty eight percent I mean it really mentioned it really mentioned this is a reason why H. Wallich is connected to fewer heart attacks and fewer strokes so here is UCLA university California Los Angeles it's a group of people on Staten Roach and all of these studies are state of the art did double blind randomized placebo controlled human clinical trials none of these are shoddy studies and I'm talking to you about Mount Sinai I'm talking about David Geffen school of medicine I'm talking you about harbor UCLA I'm talking about UCLA so this was from UCLA that's a yearlong study they gave people stands everyone of these people was honest that could be a twelve a status symbol Staten those are the two most common studies in the study for them they add a placebo effect the other half day ended H. gall age call work age call look further protected them from developing shifting in their arteries coronary artery disease by an additional fifty percent did you hear that age golf was Lauren cholesterol more in addition to the sun it was raising the beneficial protective cholesterol called HDL it was reducing inflammation in their heart and it was further preventing a buildup of plaque now this is on top of powerful stunned by an additional fifty percent by an additional fifty percent now what about blood pressure there's many many many scores and scores of course of studies on age Qualicum high blood pressure and they come from all over the world most of them are the United States Japan and Australia most of the studies on age garlic and high blood pressure or New York California Australia and Japan in his review of twenty trials and people with high blood pressure H. Malik reduced to top figure up to eleven point sh and the bottom figure up to seven and a half points that's a believable usually people high blood pressure on medication adding the H. garlic for the push down a blood pressure and what about blood fetch this is a couple of hundred solution I should they picked up thirty nine randomized controlled human clinical trials that age called strongly lower cholesterol I helped him you reduced inflammation of the heart and a medium your system work better there really is tremendous benefit what age will I'm gonna read you one wish story this is for researchers in Hartford Hartford Connecticut it's it's the journal annals of pharmacotherapy issue quality about sure outcome department at heart for hospitals in Hartford Connecticut they look to turn you in clinical trials and people with elevated blood pressure the top figure in the blood pressure ritual systole at lower dot by sixteen point three points we we measure blood pressure what millimeters of mercury shot lowered to million what are the points sixteen point three and the bottom figure by nine point three that's unbelievable that's amazing that can lower your risk of a stroke or heart attack dramatically the top figure which is systolic blood pressure was lowered by sixteen point three point now that's when the heart is pumping out blood the bottom figures even a little more important because that's when the heart gets a little rushed it's in between heartbeats let's re filling with blood if that bottom figure is elevated it's extremely.

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on WTVN

"This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt did. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. Did. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are a free people. And that I mimic belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not degrading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of on freedom of the press. My book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is as if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross close continues US newsrooms are extremely one sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch a television news clip that almost surely it will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to effects of the second. Order problem are the minority marginalization principle in which members of the majority group, sometimes treat members of the minority group is talking about as if they don't exist and on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives or libertarians. Another is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions. That would normally be considered extremely left wing become commonplace. The American Press Institute cautions that there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism saw some big call group thing,.

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KTOK

"Is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt did. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. Did. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. The we are a free people and that first amendment belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not degrading us with his propaganda. Unfreedom of the press that is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of on freedom of the press. My book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is as if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see and shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross close continues US newsrooms are extremely one sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch a television news clip that almost surely it will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to effects of the second. Order problem are the minority March marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group is talking about actually as if they don't exist. And on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another affect is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions that were normally be considered extremely left wing, become commonplace. The American Press Institute cautions that there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism saw some big call group thing,.

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Let's keep following along here. Following along. Unfreedom of the press. This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt tip. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. Did. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are a free people. And that I mimic belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not degrading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of on freedom of the press. My book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is as if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass affects not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross closed continues US newsrooms are extremely one. Sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch a television news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to effects of the second. Order problem are the minority marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group is talking about as if they don't exist. And on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another fact is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions. That would normally be considered extremely left wing become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism. So it's a big call group thing, it is the story line that the press corps in moss is telling or repeating a modern.

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"university california los" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Let's keep following along here. Following along. Unfreedom of the press. This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt did. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are free people and that first amendment belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not degrading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of unfreedom the press my book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is as if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross close continues. US news rooms are extremely one. Sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch a television news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to fix of the second. Order problem are the minority mar marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group he's talking about election as if they don't exist. And on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they model evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions that were normally be considered extremely left wing, become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism saw some big.

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"university california los" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Let's keep following along here. Following along. Unfreedom of the press. This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt pit. That's what John Kennedy. That's what Lyndon Johnson. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are free people. And that I mimic belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not the grading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of unfreedom the press my book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross closed continues US newsrooms are extremely one. Sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch television, news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to affects of the second. Order problem are the minority mar marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group. He's talking about intellectual as if they don't exist. And on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another is the extremism redefine principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is say, very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions. That would normally be considered extremely left wing become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism saw some big call group thing, it is the story line that the press corps in moss is telling.

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"university california los" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Not degrading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the lamp. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly of the university, California, Los Angeles. This is out of unfreedom of the press. My book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates the progressive, political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see and shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor gross closed continues US newsrooms are extremely one. Sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch television, news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to effects of the second. Order problem are the minority mar marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group he's talking about election as if they don't exist and on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions. That would normally be considered extremely left wing become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism. So it's a big call group thing, it is the story line that the press corps in moss is telling or repeating a modern term.

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"university california los" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Let's keep following along here. Following along. Unfreedom of the press. This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt did. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. Did. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are free people. And that I mimic belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not degrading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly the university, California. Los Angeles is out of unfreedom the press my book. He developed an objective social scientific method in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is if we see the world through a glass a glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see and shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor grows close continues US newsrooms are extremely one sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch television, news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to affects of the second. Order problem are the minority Marge marginalization principle in which members of the majority group, sometimes treat members of the minority group he's talking about election as if they don't exist. And on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they model evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions that were normally be considered extremely left wing, become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called pack journalism saw so big call group thing, it is the story line that.

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"university california los" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Let's keep following along here. Following along. Unfreedom of the press. This is what you heard from John king? This is what you hear all day long. This is not what was intended by the first amendment. No, I'm not encouraging government to get involved in any way. That's what the left does. That's what Franklin Roosevelt tip. That's what John Kennedy. Did. That's what Lyndon Johnson. That's what Barack Obama. Did. That's not what I'm about. But we are free people. And that I amendment belongs to us like the rest of the constitution. John king is supposed to be serving us. Not the grading us with his propaganda. On freedom of the press. That is a phrase that needs to become commonplace known throughout the country throughout the land. Now, George Mason, professor, Tim Grose, close formerly the university, California, Los Angeles, this is out of unfair the press my book. He developed an objective social scientific methods in which he calculates how the progressive political views of journalists and media outlets distort, the natural views of Americans. He says it prevents us from seeing the world as it actually is. Instead, we only see a distorted version of it. It is if we see the world through a glass glass that magnifies the facts that liberals want us to see shrinks, the facts that conservatives want us to see the metaphor glass effects. Not just what we see. But how we think that is media bias really does make us more liberal as a country. Perhaps worst of all media buys feeds on itself. That is the bias makes us more liberal, which makes us less able to detect the bias which allows the media to get away with more bias, which makes us even more liberal. And so on. Professor grows close continues US newsrooms are extremely one sided one consequence of this is what I call. He writes the first order problem of an unbalanced newsroom. This is the simple fact that if you read a newspaper article or watch television, news clip that almost surely will have been written or produced by a liberal. But another consequence, which I call the second order problem might be worse to affect of the second. Order problem are the minority marginalization principle it which members of the majority group sometimes treat members of the minority group he's talking about as if they don't exist and on the occasions when they do remember that the minority group exists, they sometimes treat the members as if they are mildly evil or subhuman, the minority meaning conservatives libertarians. Another is the extremism redefined principle in which the terms mainstream in extreme take on new meaning within the group when the group is very liberal mainstream democratic positions begin to be considered centrist and positions. That would normally be considered extremely left wing become commonplace. The American presence to two cautions. That there is such a bias that used to be called journalism. So so big caught.

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"university california los" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And coaches and. Bribery scheme. How the associated depressed has written. It fifty people including Hollywood stars, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan charged in a scheme in which wealthy. Parents allegedly bribed college coaches and other insiders to get their children in the some of the nation's most elite schools. Federal authorities called it the biggest college admission scam ever it's not an explain that later we'll ever prosecuted maybe by the US Justice department with the parents accused of paying an estimated twenty five million dollars in bribes. These parents are a catalog a wealthy and privileged. US? Attorney Andrew leading said in announcing the results from an investigation code named operation varsity, blues scandalous certain to inflame longstanding complaints that children of the wealthy and well-connected of the inside track and college admissions sometimes through big timely donations from their parents and that privilege, begets privilege. Oh, sure. Sure. All these wealthy. Parents aren't giving five hundred million dollars to pretend that their kids. Play sports. Sure. Sure. See the media just can't control itself. It's got to be a bigger narrative class warfare. Why don't we just stick with the facts? At least nine athletic coaches and thirty-three parents many of them prominent in law, finance or business were among those charged. Dozens including Huffman were arrested by mid day. The coaches worked at such schools as Yale Stanford Georgetown Wake Forest university of Texas university, southern California, university, California, Los Angeles. A former Yale soccer coach pleaded guilty and help build the case against others. Prosecutors said parents paid in admissions consultant from twenty eleven through last month abroad coaches and administrators to falsely make their children look like star athletes to boost their chances of getting into college. Could salt also hired ringers to take college entrance exams for students and paid off insiders at testing centers to alter student scores parents spend anywhere from two hundred thousand six point five million to guarantee their children's admission officials said for every student admitted through fraud, and honest, and generally talented student was rejected. And it goes on. You and I've talked about this before not this particular type of a prosecution, but universities and colleges. A matter of fact, I've written about it at some length and plunder and deceit. Which I'm sure many of you have read. There's an entire chapter on colleges and universities. And what a rip off they are. And how they're never investigated because they're the left. The left controls. The vast majority of faculty positions in administrative positions. The college campuses are indoctrination factories. That's why their expenses are never investigated by congress. There's never any oversight on tenure. Expand and expand the price of an education is through the roof. This is a scandal that should be prosecuted, but it's a very small scandal. When compared to the instant at the institutionalization of a bigger scandal. And I wanna talk to you about that. At these Ivy league schools among others. However faculty members chosen. Our faculty members chose. Terms of students and their qualifications one moment. We all know, the qualifications alone in terms of merit. Doesn't decide all the seats that the children filled? There's a lot of a lot of issues. Race is one of them. Backgrounds. Another one. It's not all based on merit. There's all kinds of decisions that go into these admissions policies. It'd be nice if we could investigate that to our people treated as equals are they're special privileges. Whether it's for the wealthy whether it's based on some ancestral connection, or whatever it is. Or is it just pure merit? Now. We know that's not the case. We know it's not pure merit. How is it that these universities and colleges can continue to charge such confiscatory tuition rates? Making. The loaning of money, you know, exorbitant and then these private companies alone the money effectively been nationalized. So that you and I owe the debt. I mean, the university and college campuses a scandal that deserves investigation, but it never happens. Just like the trial lawyers. You won't find that. Either. What's his tenure all about? Why should it professor have tenure? All they fear for their jobs. Now, they don't. Why should it? Professor tenure to protect academic freedom. That's a joke. Isn't it? It's academic indoctrination in my view, not academic freedom. Massive debt is incurred. Massive debt. Not just by the student. But by we the people to pay for this. Let's see here. I can find some of the information. I'm looking for here. How these? Professors are chosen. Daniel b Klein, this is from plunder and deceit in Charlotta stern in an article in the independent review a journal of political economy much of the blame for group think among professors. They laid at the feet of specific departments and department heads which perpetuate in ideological close mindedness, the argued that the faculty and they given department is less governed by the cast of the larger institutional community, then by the modus Vivendi of the specific department and more broadly, the profession in which it operates the values of the individuals at the apex of that department, usually dictate the standards and norms under which the faculty functions most often, this means that ideas are opinions they contradict those held by the leaders of the department are less likely to be published or even expressed openly by faculty and tenure may also be offered or denied based on loyalty to the predicates of the department. There's also an incestuous network listen to this of graduates from the top departments in different fields who hire fellow on alumni as they move into the higher highest position. Departments at other colleges and universities. Klein and stern site. A survey of the most prestigious two hundred economics departments around the world graduates from the top five departments account for roughly one third of all faculty hired in other departments survey the top twenty departments account for roughly seventy percent of the total even worse. Of the four hundred thirty fulltime faculty employed by the top twenty sociology departments only seven less than two percent received their PHD's from a non top twenty department in the field of law. Richard reading finds a third of all new teachers hired in law schools between ninety six and two thousand graduated from either Harvard or Yale another third from the top twelve schools and twenty percent graduated from other top twenty five schools. So the point is. They hire within their own circle. That's how you get a faculty. A one mindset that's how you get groupthink. And then they get tenure. And this process goes on and on and on. How many hearings have there been in congress? About the admission practices at Ivy league schools and other top schools in this country. About the admissions practices. Or Asian Americans discriminated against that's their claim it in the Harvard law suit, our jewish-americans discriminated against that's been a claim in the past. Are either individuals because of their Republican backgrounds are conservative backgrounds or evangelical backgrounds? Do they miss out on top slots that's been asserted in the past? And what about quotas while we don't have quotas anymore? But what about affirmative action whether for the wealthier for others. Well, you're not allowed to talk about that. There's all kinds of things that go on in these colleges and universities that simply aren't kosher. From the way, they spend money. From what they charge for tuition fees for the massive endless expansion of their physical plant. To who gets tenure and who doesn't two who's hired and who isn't. It's never investigated and yet hundreds of billions of dollars poured into these institutions. Either through student loans. State local taxes federal subsidies federal loans. And nobody wants to look. We've talked about this many times before and I've written about it. No doubt. One of the backbenchers will bring it up tomorrow. I'll be right back. Mark levin..

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"university california los" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on The Science Show

"I have a dog at home, and it's very obvious to me that my dog is conscious as I am things like, I think my projection is that hundred years from now or maybe two hundred years. At some point, it will not be acceptable to actually do search on the brain of the monks. For example, I think I really think that because I think at some point, we will realize that the mouse is so similar to how we are that. You'll never find mice in my lab, but you know, that's part of the progress of science, I think. And this is one interesting thing for me if we really unders to how the brain works, we will understand. I think I may be, but we will probably understand that at least this high animals. You know the dog, the mouse, the goal. And the animals that we eat as far as thinking, consciousness emotions, probably very different from us. The opposite of Frankenstein. Yeah. Yeah. This guy to me, that's one interesting reason to explorative systems because maybe we don't have to start from the brain of the mouse Atallah for wouldn't be nice if you had in the lab. It seemed glad that you can make, which has all the same stuff more or less to care for so you can experimentation on that. So that's a different modest goal. And many people won't even agree at all with the is I don't want to make a point that anything wrong today in research with animals. That's not my point. My point is that may be two hundred years from now. We'll think perception might have changed a Brian on a bench to study the nervous system instead of using animals. Perhaps one day Giovanni sake at university, California, Los Angeles next week, maintain technolog- from Texas. Doc, the poo from the Southern Cross university and another top scientist from w. a. on the list for scientist of the year, Peter Newman on white gum valley production by David Fisher and Bella Trumpy honor. I'm Robin Williams..

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"university california los" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"And there's no host two i love more and he will come up to me all the time and say i love your has been i got that's something we have in common i appreciate it okay but this book basically talks about the way that marriage has changed particularly since ear did a previous best selling book call the case against divorce in nineteen eighty nine what's the biggest change and merit since that the biggest changing marriage is how it's been re defined in many ways not just the way the the supreme court get on two thousand fifteen but the way that we have individuals have changed it from being a family project a commitment for life a a joint project that we do with that group meaning parents in children together for the future to something that is a moment to moment decision of whether or not i'm feeling happy right now and the moment that you're not feeling happy then you're sure the something wrong and that's when all the other influence to start to really kick ken they culture that let you swipe right they friends her best the porsche un every you growth the divorced industry that's like a big final that sucks you down and then pull she with with two out on the other side is the divorce a and your kids in the meantime are just helpless and finding their world blown apart in such a way that they themselves later in life are afraid to marry one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number if you have questions or challenges about the whole issue of marriage or divorce i give us a call doctor dianne medvedev is a clinical psychologist who's been and private practice for many years specializing on helping to keep couples together were at least one part of a couple once to stay together as she has her undergraduate and graduate degrees from university california los angeles you see la where she is a out right and kolesar europe out bro in your second generation bro into definitely am la native for five generation for happy.

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"university california los" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on The Science Show

"A little bit of improvement in a motor function can make a huge difference and so we've gotten some evidence for example that we think is gonna be possible for person that can't feed themselves we can get them to feed themselves isn't that extraordinary now you're coming to the end of this technology in sydney to do some work with them as well what second abate all about well we're going to try to develop a corps facility that will be a combination of experts in physiology but it's gonna be done in a technological environment these findings are so new in many ways uninspected that it has told us that we are not even close to the limit but the technical potential i would say is twenty years ahead of our clinical ability to take advantage of the technology so we've got to get them matched the injured nervous system can do much more than what we anticipated so now how can we develop technology this going to help us to get to the next stage and that's what i always say were at the model t stage this right now multi ford model t ford stage and we want to get to the tesla slow but that's going to take some time moving fast reggie education is distinguished professor physiology and a surgery at university california los angeles and this is the sign chao on our in.

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"university california los" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on WGTK

"And there's no host two i love more people gone female in time and say i love your has been i got that's something we have in common i appreciate that okay if this book basically talks about the way that marriage has changed particularly since you you did a previous best selling book all the case against divorce in nineteen eighty nine what's the biggest change in merit since that the biggest changing marriage is how offend me to find in many ways not just the way the the supreme court get on two thousand fifteen but the way that we if individuals have changed it from being a family project a commitment for life a joint project that we do with that group meaning parents in children together for the future the something that at the moment to moment decision of whether or not i'm feeling happy right now and the moment that you're not feeling happy then you're sure the something wrong and that's when all the other influence the start to really kick ken they culture that let you swipe right they friends who are going to support she when every you've growth the divorced industry that's like a big final the fox you down and then pull she with fifth round on the other side is the divorce flank and your kids in the meantime are just helpless and finding their world blown apart in such a way that they themselves later in life are afraid to marry one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number if you have questions or challenges about the whole issue of marriage or divorce i give us a call doctor dianne medvedev is a clinical psychologist who's been in private practice for many years specializing on helping to keep couples together were at least one part of a couple once to stay together she has her undergraduate an graduate degrees from university california los angeles you see la where she is a up and and can i say you're a proud bro in your second generation bro into definitely am la native for five.

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"university california los" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"university california los" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And there's no host two i love more and if i'm gon female in time and say i love your has been i got that's something we have in common appreciate it okay this book basic away talks about the way that marriage has changed particularly since ear did a previous best selling book all the case against divorce in nineteen eighty nine what's the biggest change in marriage since that the biggest changing marriage is how it's been re defined in many ways not just the way the the supreme court get on two thousand fifteen but the way that we have individuals have changed it from being a family project a commitment for life a a joint project that we do with that group meaning parents in children together for the future to something that at the moment to moment decision of whether or not i'm feeling happy right now and the moment that you're not feeling happy then you're sure this something wrong and that's when all the other influence to start to really kick ken they culture that let you swipe right they friends were gonna support she when every you've ground the divorced industry that's like a big final the facts you down and then pull she with which you out on the other side is the divorce flank and your kids in the meantime are just helpless and finding their world blown apart in such a way that they themselves later in life are afraid to marry one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number if you have questions or challenges about the whole issue of marriage or divorce i give us a call doctor dianne medvedev is a clinical psychologist who's been and private practice for many years specializing on helping to keep couples together were at least one part of a couple once to stay together she has her undergraduate and graduate degrees from university california los angeles you see la where she is a out i can i say you're a proud bro in your second generation bro into definitely am la native for.

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