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"university delaware" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:25 min | 8 months ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of education. That she pursued her education doctor it if you have you seen this detail, Mary, why wasn't the easiest one to get? Well, joking. Don't write me an email. You could write her an email because you may actually be onto something here. That the reason is Joe Biden once explained this, and he said this. This is a real quote, quote of Joe Biden, she said. I was so sick of the mail. Coming to senator and Mrs Biden. I wanted to get mail addressed to Dr and Senator Biden. That's the real reason she got her doctorate. Joe Biden said. Can I just say something about all of this? So my husband's an actual physical medical doctor? No one addresses anything to Dr anymore. He gets Mr all the time. No. Why? We don't get a Christmas card addressed to Dr and Mrs Nothing. Everything is addressed to Mr Even our friends who like no, He's a doctor. Nobody uses that anymore. Nobody does that. The only people who I think it's used for are the people like Jill Biden, who insists over and over and over again. They beat it into your head that she's Dr Joe by doctor because medical doctors, most of them unless most medical doctors and I know don't care if you don't call them die. They're not that person's gonna say Excuse me. It's Dr Smith. They most of them don't create. Well, there's some sort Some specialties in which they will correct you, but they tend to be a little hottie, but for the most of them, But it was like nobody calls me, Doctor. And you and your husband, As you pointed out, is an actual medical doctor. Yeah, and he doesn't care. And and you have friends who don't don't say that and you know, and that's what you guys how you handle that. But, you know, apparently, it's like deeply offensive in the Biden household, not to say Dr Jill Biden. And is this sort of weird? Just the fact I'm reading this quote to you, and I want to get into this a little bit more because some people have discovered the dissertation that she actually wrote at the University of Delaware in order to become Education doctor, but Is it a bit weird that like she was so she had such an inferiority complex about her husband having a title. Yeah, and her being known as his wife like that was upsetting to her, so she needed something different. For that Zao Joe Biden explains it, by the way, that's how her husband explained it. The real reason she got her doctorate was because she was upset that they were getting mailed to Senator and Mrs Biden. It just confirms what we said yesterday that a lot of these people who don't have MDS who insists on being called doctor, just a tad insecure. That's just my own personal opinion. You can round you go after me about it, but that's what I say. Yeah, well, it sure seems like it in her case, at least because s Oh, so now as we explore this, the whole reasons became drama this week. Is because of an estate. It was written in the Wall Street Journal that called her out for this and said how preposterous that it is. She's not a medical doctor. She's not going to be able to help you if you're struggling on a plane with some sort of medical emergency now, with that all said, this dissertation that she wrote, but the University of Delaware, a couple of people actually went through and read it. They read it, and they were like, Okay. What? What? How did she become a doctor? Why did they confer that title and that honor on her at the University of Delaware? Listen to Tucker Carlson Last night. He does an excellent job of breaking this all down cut for here's Tucker Talking about Jill Biden, Dr Joe Biden's dissertation. Imagine your nightmare. Health emergency. You're on vacation with your family. When suddenly you double over was shooting chest pains and lose consciousness. You wake up strapped in the back of an ambulance racing to the emergency room. Paramedics hover over you trying to keep you calm. You've had a massive coronary. They shout over the sirens, but we're gonna take good care of you. You're about to see one of the best doctors in the country. In fact, will be. Goldberg just said this person should be the next surgeon general. You slip back onto the stretcher, deeply relieved. Maybe you're gonna make it after all moments later, they will you into the hospital and there she is the famous doctor They just told you about, but something's wrong. Doesn't have a stethoscope. There's not a charter an E K G machine in sight. Instead, she's turning on what appears to be an overhead projector. Jill and nurse yells. There's a patient here. What do we do? That's Dr Biden to you, the woman replies, isolate and then launches into a slide show on equity and diversity in Delaware's community College system Very soon you begin to lose consciousness again. For the first time in your life, you have no fear of death. In fact, you welcome it. Sweet release. You don't just walk toward the light you run. So contrary to what you may have read, Dr Jill Biden is not a healer. She's not allowed to write prescriptions. She wouldn't know what to do with your appendix. Dr. Jill hasn't education degree from some school in Delaware and you're supposed to find that highly impressive. She could be a surgeon general. Now. Many have laughed at the apparent absurdity of this, but we took it seriously because that's our job to actually read her dissertation this week, the vory document that made her quote a doctor. What did we discover when we did that? We're going to give it to you in a diagnosis. Dr. Jill needs reading glasses. Either that or she's borderline illiterate. There typos everywhere, including in the first graph of the introduction. Dr Jill can't write. She can't really think clearly either. Parts of the dissertation seemed you written in a foreign language using English words. They're essentially pure nonsense, like pig Latin or dogs barking. The whole thing is just incredibly embarrassing. And that's simply too poor illiterate Jill Biden, but to the college, they consider this crap scholarship. Embarrassing effect to our entire system of higher education to the nation itself. Jill Biden's doctoral dissertation is our national shame. Well, I wish you got a title. Well, if it's his bad, as Tucker says, Do you think that maybe University Delaware gave her that title and pastor through because she was a senator's wife? It may have something to do with that. I think you're tapping into what's really going on here. E mean, This is so funny every the University of Delaware Of course, they gave it to Senator Joe Biden's wife. They, of course, let's be honest about what's going on here. Okay, so much more coming up.

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"university delaware" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"university delaware" Discussed on KGO 810

"Robert W. Sullivan the fourth is a philosopher historian antiquarian jurist the old theologian writer and lawyer he received his BA from Gettysburg college in nineteen ninety five having spent his entire junior year studying European history at Saint Catherine's college Oxford university he received his JD from Widener university Delaware campus in two thousand he studied international law and jurisprudence at Trinity College Oxford university Mister Solomon is a freemason having joined amicable say Jones lodge number twenty five Baltimore Maryland in nineteen ninety seven he became a thirty second degree Scottish Rite Mason in nineteen ninety nine valley of Baltimore orient of Maryland Robert W. Solomon welcome back to coast to coast how are you Richard thanks for having me back on coast to coast am it's my pleasure to be here thank you so much for that wonderful introduction I'm always blown your credentials I mean you're the kind of guy when you when you roll out of bed in the morning in your heat your feet hit the floor the devil is saying darn he's up well you know it's one of those things I I for me at any rate it feels like my mind is always running you know its I'm a lawyer here so I've got to do and then when I'm not doing that I'm working on my book so it's I'm constantly occupied as it were I want to start with the symbolism in the joker now I haven't seen it sure and you know I have I have twin boys and most of my my cinema experiences these days are all their Pixar of so I don't get to see a lot of these films one day when it comes on Netflix maybe but but free and I guess we should issue a spoiler alert for those who haven't seen it but a lot of not a lot of people but a couple of people and I've talked to and have read online are drawing comparisons between the joker and the black swan have you heard any of that yeah absolutely no there is there is I doubt that's in a link to those two movies both movies for starters I should say I just watched joker also I never saw it in the theater I just picked it up on Blu ray just came out on Blu ray here on Tuesday I picked up a Blu ray and I've I watched a couple times now it's a very good movie it's it's very symbolic will get into a little details but yeah it definitely you could say it's almost like a masculine version of blacks one wary blacks want to me that's that's a fair comparison where blacks one you have the the woman train it's it's out the alchemy where she's transforming.

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"university delaware" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:39 min | 2 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"W Sullivan. The fourth is a philosopher historian antiquarian jurist, theologian writer and lawyer is that all he received his b a from Gettysburg college in nineteen ninety-five having spent his entire junior year studying European history at Saint Catherine's College Oxford university, he received his j d from Widener university Delaware in two thousand and he studied international law and jurisprudence at Trinity College Oxford University, and Robert is a freemason having joined amicable Saint John's lodge number twenty five Baltimore Maryland in nineteen Ninety-seven. He became a thirty. Second degree Scottish, right? Mason in nineteen ninety nine in the valley of Baltimore oriented, Maryland. He is the author of the Royal arch of Enoch the impact of masonic ritual philosophy and symbolism and cinema symbolism guide esoteric imagery in popular movies and cinema symbolism. Two more as for Tarik imagery in popular movies. Robert W Sullivan the fourth welcome back to coast to coast. How are you? Robert, do we have you? Oh, I think we've lost Robert W Sullivan. All right. Well, we're going to scramble to get him back on just as soon as we can. But rest assured, I'm wondering. Okay. I think we've got Robert now are you there, Robert? No, we do not have Robert Sullivan. All right. Well, we'll keep trying just a heads up that in. All right. We'll try one more time. Robert are you there? Yes. Can you hear me? I can I can't were you watching a movie. A little bit of a problem. I guess with the phone who knows? That's all right. Listen. I gotta ask you. What was the first movie that you deconstructed? Do you? Remember, what it was about that film that sort of jumped out at you and made you think there's a lot more going on here than just the plot. Oh, absolutely. The first movie that I actually wrote about was in my first book that I wrote the world archery knock was the first national treasure movie with nNcholas cage that was really the the one of the movies that put me on this Pat to analyzing these films because a lot of people weren't aware. But that that movie national treasure is actually a masonic ritual. The the whole idea of the recovery of masonic knights. Templar treasure in a subterranean treasure vault. The holy ground is a masonic white. It is it is a wipe. If I were book about Kobe. Trevi knocks the thirteenth degree in the Scottish, white and the seven to New York, right? And in the ritual, it entails discovering. The lost treasure of freemasonry beneath the only ground in Jerusalem on the Temple Mount. So Korean treasury full. Well, that's exactly what national treasure is the restoration recovery of this lost treasure into subterranean vault beneath the holy ground. They said it in New York in the movie that is a reference to a former governor of New York state and mayor of New York City named wit Clinton who was critical in world, archery masonry, and the idea of cultivating the United States is a masonic Republic. So that was really one of the first movies that I saw, you know, early on movie about fifteen years old now on there was really tipping me off. If there was a lot more going on inside these movies. And then of course, you know, you had movies like Star Wars with Joseph Cambell monument that always. Fascinated me. I was born in nineteen seventy one. So Star Wars was of course, critical politics as well. But national treasure I watch that. I remember thinking to myself. Oh, wow. There's a whole lot more going on here than meets the eye. I was gonna ask you also. When do you have time to go to the movies because I mean, just looking at your resume. You are one busy cat. Yeah, that's true. And the study with movies, I do go to the movies, but pretty much when when I'm analyzing film, and I'm going, you know, really intensely. I have to have the movie at my disposal. A lot of this just can't be seen a cursory glance movie theater, especially when you're doing something with numbers, or or, you know, Willie lot hidden, meaning it's really critical to have the movie on Blu Ray or DVD would have it on demand or something like that where I can watch the film multiple times to pick up on something. A lotta time something happens earlier in the film that subtly represents later on or vice versa. Pretty much going to the movie theater darkened setting. I take notes. Well, you know, a lot of times the movie, although like you make mental notes, but really do the analysis properly with the film. I I really need to have it at my disposal working, you know, look at it. And then it around and fast forwarded backtrack. Skip around with seeing things like that. And typically how is SO Tarik? How esoteric symbols and coded in a movie is it with dialogue is it with the choice of characters is it. I don't know. Wardrobe can be can it be subtle as something like lighting? It can be all those things. It's it's really a deep subject matter. And and the more that I look at it the more different things become aware where it can be all those things that can be. The plot of the movie can be repealing some ancient mythology. It could be the particular actor or actress cast in the film could be used to try to conjure some earlier performance and embedding current the current whip it it can be lighting every costuming can be music. It can be just symbolism in the background, you know, a number or. Tokyo and dialogue or something like that. Yeah. So it's it's a passage study. And for me, it's really watching it. And then trying to get the greater context of coming out of the wallet. Said a movie where posted transition, but one thing. What other changes it the call is it? You know, like doing something with ancient religions secret society? I didn't know comparative religion or something to that effect. So it's it's really awesome faceted. And and I would really stress that each movie. Independence individual basis, something that's Houston. One movie like a number or symbol that used Terracini. Can be used again in another movie. You could have a different news. But the symbolism this way or you can have. Constantly constantly has to be in the back of one's mind doing this study? And what is the purpose? Why do the producers the screenwriters and code these symbols? Is it simply they're they're nice little Easter eggs for for people with is to see and ears to hear people like you to unwrap, these wonderful little surprises that are hidden in the subtext of the Fillmore is the deeper purpose? Yeah. I think there I think there is if some instances it can be just like a little Easter egg. I think a lot of times they're trying to create modern day mythology buying coating these deep esoteric themes into their work and give it welcome multi layered. Meaning for them, you know, a movie Israeli Savard, clearly artwork. So, you know, they want to you know, have this piece of art the logical. They wanna remember they wanted to be part of our culture. So in order to do that they like to have a creative mythology rounded code esoteric. Meaning and then, of course, there's the idea that perhaps, and this is a really fantastic. I, you know, suck matters that what movies a prophetic was something happened in the movie that really, you know, it seems to happen later on in reality is is this part of some sinister conspiracies, do, you know? For some greater purpose. Or is it perhaps, you know, where the movie is a creation of a personally dealing with something like the collective unconscious where future events are being vetted on a subconscious level. That's gotta be. As well. But I think you know, when when they're doing this within cozy mysteries into these films. Here is a I think it goes beyond you know, you could have put it in other son instances that is the case. But I think it's really the idea of trying to create something larger than some of the parts really create a piece of theology. And and they have a lot of things that they do in the film, but then do this and some of the directors and producers are really sophisticated. I mean, it's really for me. He's not all movies, but some of them really to examine the lengths that these guys go to incorporate a call in the dream esoteric themes in two movies. It's it's really something. That's fascinates me. Written two books about it. Like, I say started with the first book probationary. History school, Richard simple. Steam going on inside the film. Well, let's talk about Stanley Kubrick because he's he jumps mmediately to mind. He has been described by some more, conspiratorial, bent is being sort of the luminaries filmmaker he was sort of making films for the luminosity. And then he decided to spill the beans in eyes wide shut. But, but let's talk about for example, one of my favorite horror films the shining. And what's what's Kubrick? I mean, what immediately jumps out at you. In terms of esoteric symbols that come bleeding through. When you watch the shining one thing with the shining that just screams off the page is repetition. The movie is just an endless cycle of repetition Kubrick is constantly repeating things and and placing things in doubles bombard. He literally flashing you're so conscious mind with. Repetition and tumbles in the shining. And the reason he was doing that is because he's trying to convey that the that the overlook hotel where the movie set is a or Boris. It's a snake bite of its tail. It is an endless cycle of reputation and reincarnation and he literally numbers. And he just blast your mind with it. I mean, everything is in trouble. There's a coup mazes. The outdoor hedge maze and gourmet. The overlook boilers are there to tennis balls a pink one green one Jack porn twice on typewriters? There is from serves breakfast. It's two eight on their two sets of twins little girls degrading twins, and then a older set of adult twins patches when he showing. The torn says their apartment suites in the overlook so doubles reputation. The number twelve is blasted all over the place. I mean, he constantly imparting your head with number twelve hotel fell Jack the bullet the acts twelve times because the ball against the wall. Well times when Danny and mother and a hedge makes it take exactly twelve turns the number forty two is the number another number that issue with Danish t shirts. At the beginning bears. The number forty two at the end of the movie stabbing. Clubbers car has license plate number forty two the number when you bought the five three three seven forty two when Dany and his mother in the hotel, and they're watching the movie that's the summer of two. And these numbers what they are conveyed to do is to bait your subconscious mind, it's not conscious. It's become aware of it. But what he's trying to do with your subconscious mind is manipulated and convey, this idea of reputation and reincarnation endlessly going on inside the overlook hotel. That's one of the things he does. I mean, another twelve subtle. I mean, does it all over the place when Jackie? Hotel at the very beginning sets cars up to a stationary Vogel. It's just little things like that. But he does it really hit you with what you've come under stand. What's going on? If you start looking for. By God, you see this stuff and every like every other scene, you know, ever seen all those has some doubles or reputation going on inside of it Kubrick, really great effect signing. What what is the significance Robert of of the number forty two and twelve numeral logically speaking, that's a great question. So why did you pick these numbers it has to do with the whole idea of knowledge? And double on. Because what what what he's trying to convey is show you consciously and subconsciously China movie one of its other things it's out chemical. It's attorney vixen chemical. I'm not talking about changing base metal into gold. Ignorance at the wiz wisdom, it has to do with a transition where Jack Torrance the antagonists starts as kind of eccentric whiter headed by the end of the movie this for change. He wants a murderer and psychopath. The numbers that he is quickly. And to the devil specifically the anti Christ of any trying to do that to obey the notion, Jack is evil and carnage for the number twelve other. We'd have twelve project Israel, twelve apostles. So we get the biblical industry right off the bat number forty two refers to the book of revelation, which is the length of time. The Christ the winning on earth. I forget the pebble capacity right now. But it's the book of revelation. What's crime? When does something on the film actually have eaten the guys who are very good with us. Great effect and. And this is when Jack. The bar with only supposed to far. Alcohol. The first time. This is what sets in his murderous rampage sets them all coming killer. You know, the kind of quote unquote, enters him when he takes about Oklahoma at the bar there. This occurs at sixty sixty six minutes, six seconds into the film. So that's another thing. But these guys like the play when something occurring in the film. Could you also have as? A shiny. That that would only work, of course, if assuming the director has total control, and even to the point of editing because sometimes the direct reason the editor..

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can't get in if you're playing to pure can't get in then monsanto wins dismissal which would have an enormous impact on this litigation this is multi district litigation which means that all such cases in the federal courts against monsanto for exposure to glysophate have been transferred to this particular judge in the northern district of california so if the judge determines the plaintiffs evidence can't get in the result would apply to all cases and there's upwards of three hundred and seventy cases here let's talk about the judges influence not only on these multi district cases but thousands of other state court cases against monsanto across the country he was joined by a judge from oakland who's handling hundreds of state claims and he invited other judges across the us handling thousands more state court cases to make these proceedings part of their record that's a lot of influence for one judge well yes and that's a good point that he is trying to make his hearing part of the record for all of those state proceedings around the country but i think there's some procedural problems that are associated with that you know when each of those jurisdictions the parties have a right to bring in their own experts and a right to bring in their own evidence and make their own arguments and also the rules of admissibility in some states are slightly different from the rules of admissibility of evidence in the federal courts so i think there may be some problems with this but i would applaud the judge on the other hand for trying to trying to make known what the issues are in the case i'm not sure that it will have any direct influence on these other cases however as you pointed out it is likely to have an important indirect influence thanks for joining me on bloomberg that's gene eggen a professor at widener university delaware law school coming up on bloomberg law the first criminal charge has been brought in one of the largest data breaches in history the equifax credit bureaus massive hack a more than one hundred forty million us consumers federal prosecutors have charged and equifax executive with insider trading but it's not your typical insider trading case and later states are going in radically different directions over whether to support president trump's crackdown on undocumented immigrants will talk about two states with opposite century laws are reminder you can listen to the latest legal topics in the news anytime on our bloomberg law podcast just go to i tunes soundcloud or bloomberg dot com slash podcast slash law i'm june grosso it's twenty five minutes past the hour this is bloomberg the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour is the world's most popular weed killer toxic more than seven hundred farmers landscapers and gardeners are suing monsanto claiming that their exposure to the life assayed in roundup gave them cancer expert witnesses shape the outcome in product liability cases which often turn into a battle of the experts in a pretrial hearing the san francisco judge overseeing more than three hundred of the federal cases against monsanto vince chow bria said that the opinions of the experts testifying against monsanto are shaky a potentially devastating blow to the cases getting to trial monsanto contends the plaintiffs are relying on junk science joining me gene egging a professor at widener university delaware law school gene i explained the basis of the lawsuits against monsanto essentially they're toxic tort lawsuits stare brought by various farmers landscapers gardeners against the company claiming that they developed cancer as a result of being exposed to round up during a relatively long period of time federal judge vince chubby i heard from about a dozen witnesses including epidemiologist toxicologists statisticians to decide who should be allowed to testify as experts before a jury what was he looking for to make this determination essentially this kind of hearing is twofold the first part that has to be decided i is whether the expert evidence of causation of one or both parties is admissible at trial under the rules of evidence and because the plaintiffs have the burden of proof their evidence is going to be the most key in this initial stage second after determining that the court will look at what the judge has deemed to be admissible evidence and determine whether there's a genuine issue of material fact that needs to go to the fact finder if on the other hand no reasonable jury could find for the plane then the action will be dismissed so the key to admissibility is essentially a two part test which is that the scientific evidence that forms the basis for the experts testimony must be both reliable and relevant reliability essentially means that it's scientifically sound based on a reliable techniques such as which this is but there can be other problems that are associated with reliability such as what the supreme court has called an analytical gap between what the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour is the world's most popular weed killer toxic more than seven hundred farmers landscapers and gardeners are suing monsanto claiming that their exposure to the glyphosate roundup gave them cancer expert witnesses shape the outcome in product liability cases which often turn into a battle of the experts in a pretrial hearing the san francisco judge overseeing more than three hundred of the federal cases against monsanto vince chow bria said that the opinions of the experts testifying against monsanto are shaky a potentially devastating blow to the cases getting to trial monsanto contends the plaintiffs are relying on junk science joining me gene egg and a professor at widener university delaware law school gene i explained the basis of the lawsuits against monsanto well essentially they're toxic tort lawsuits there brought by various farmers landscapers gardeners against the company claiming that they developed cancer as a result of being exposed to round up during a relatively long period of time federal judge vince chubby i heard from about a dozen witnesses including epidemiologist toxicologists statisticians to decide who should be allowed to testify as experts before a jury what was he looking for to make this determination essentially this kind of hearing is twofold the first part that has to be decided i is whether the expert evidence of caused asian of one or both parties is it miserable at trial under the rules of evidence and because the plaintiffs have the burden of proof their evidence is going to be the most key in this initial stage second after determining that the court will look at what the judge has deemed to be admissible evidence and determine whether there's a genuine issue of material fact that needs to go to the fact finder if on the other hand no reasonable jury could find for the plane antef then the action will be dismissed so the key to admissibility is essentially a two part test which is that the scientific evidence that forms the basis for the experts testimony must be both reliable and relevant reliability essentially means that it scientifically sound based on a reliable techniques such as academia allergy which this is but there can be other problems that are associated with reliability such as what the supreme court has called an analytical gap between what the study's actually show and what the expert testifying for the party is concluding about it and this seems to be one of the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dismiss before trial if you're evidence can't get in if you're a plaintiff your evidence can't get in then monsanto wins dismissal which would have an enormous impact on this litigation this multi district litigation which means that all such cases in the federal courts against monsanto for exposure to have been transferred to this particular judge in the northern district of california so if the judge determines the plaintiffs evidence can't get in the result would apply to all cases and there's upwards of three hundred seventy cases here let's talk about the judges influence not only on these multi district cases but thousands of other state court cases against monsanto across the country he was joined by a judge from oakland who's handling hundreds of state claims and he invited other judges across the us handling thousands more state court cases to make these proceedings part of their record that's a lot of influence for one judge well yes and that's a good point that he is trying to make his hearing part of the record for all of those state proceedings around the country but i think there's some procedural problems that are associated with that you know when each of those jurisdictions the parties have a right to bring in their own experts and a right to bring in their own evidence and make their own arguments and also the rules of admissibility in some states are slightly different from the rules of admissibility of evidence in the federal courts so i think there may be some problems with this but i would applaud the judge on the other hand for trying to trying to make known what the issues are in the case i'm not sure that it will have any direct influence on these other cases however as you pointed out it is likely to have an important indirect influence thanks for joining me i'm bloomberg lodging that's gene a professor at widener university delaware law school coming up on bloomberg law the first criminal charge has been brought in one of the largest data breaches in history the equifax credit bureaus massive hack in more than one hundred forty million us consumers federal prosecutors have charged and equifax executive with insider trading but it's not your typical insider trading case and later states are going in radically different directions over whether to support president trump's crackdown on undocumented immigrants will talk about two states with opposite sanctuary laws are.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour is the world's most popular weed killer toxic more than seven hundred farmers landscapers and gardeners are suing monsanto claiming that their exposure to the life assayed in roundup gave them cancer expert witnesses shape the outcome in product liability cases which often turn into a battle of the experts in a pretrial hearing the san francisco judge overseeing more than three hundred of the federal cases against monsanto vince chow bria said that the opinions of the experts testify against monsanto are shaky a potentially devastating blow to the cases getting to trial monsanto contends the plaintiffs are relying on junk science joining me is gene egging a professor at widener university delaware law school gene i explained the basis of the lawsuits against monsanto essentially they're toxic tort lawsuits there brought by various farmers landscapers gardeners against the company claiming that they developed cancer as a result of being exposed to round up during a relatively long period of time federal judge vince chubby heard from about a dozen witnesses including epidemiologists toxicologists statisticians to decide who should be allowed to testify as experts before a jury what was he looking for to make this determination well essentially this kind of hearing is twofold the first part that has to be decided i is whether the expert evidence of corporation of one or both parties is admissible at trial under the rules of evidence and because the plaintiffs have the burden of proof their evidence is going to be the most key in this initial stage second after determining that the court will look at what the judge has seemed to be admissible evidence and determine whether there's a genuine issue of material fact that needs to go to the fact finder if on the other hand no reasonable jury could find for the plane antef then the action will be dismissed so the key to admissibility is essentially a two part test which is that the scientific evidence that forms the basis for the experts testimony must be both reliable and relevant reliability essentially means that it's scientifically sound based on a reliable techniques such as epidemiology which this is but there can be other problems that are associated with reliability such as what the supreme court has called an analytical gap between what the study's actually show and what the expert testifying for the party is concluding about it and this seems to be one of the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour is the world's most popular weed killer toxic more than seven hundred farmers landscapers and gardeners are suing monsanto claiming that their exposure to the glyphosate in roundup gave them cancer expert witnesses shape the outcome in product liability cases which often turn into a battle of the experts in a pretrial hearing the san francisco judge overseeing more than three hundred of the federal cases against monsanto vince chow bria said that the opinions of the experts testifying against monsanto are shaky a potentially devastating blow to the cases getting to trial monsanto contends the plaintiffs are relying on junk science joining me as gene eggen professor at widener university delaware law school gene i explained the basis of the lawsuits against monsanto well essentially they're toxic tort lawsuits they're brought by various farmers landscapers gardeners against the company claiming that they developed cancer as result of being exposed to round up during a relatively long period of time federal judge vince chaba heard from about a dozen witnesses including epidemiologists toxicologists statisticians to decide who should be allowed to testify as experts before a jury what was he looking for to make this determination well essentially this kind of hearing is twofold the first part that has to be decided i is whether the expert evidence of causation of one or both parties is admissible at trial under the rules of evidence and because the plaintiffs had the burden of proof their evidence is going to be the most key in this initial stage second after determining that the court will look at what the judge has deemed to be admissible evidence and determine whether there's a genuine issue of material fact that needs to go to the fact finder if on the other hand no reasonable jury could find for the plane antef then the action will be dismissed so the key to admissibility is essentially a two part test which is that the scientific evidence that forms the basis for the experts testimony must be both reliable and relevant reliability essentially means that it scientifically sound based on a reliable techniques such as academia allergy which this is but there can be other problems that are associated with reliability such as what the supreme court has called an analytical gap between what the study's actually show and what the expert testifying for the party is concluding about it and this seems to be one of the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The experts in a pretrial hearing the san francisco judge overseeing more than three hundred of the federal cases against monsanto vince chow bria said that the opinions of the experts testifying against monsanto are shaky a potentially devastating blow to the cases getting to trial monsanto contends the plaintiffs are relying on junk science joining me gene egg and a professor at widener university delaware law school gene i explained the basis of the lawsuits against monsanto essentially they're toxic tort lawsuits they're brought by various farmers landscapers gardeners against the company claiming that they developed cancer as a result of being exposed to round up during a relatively long period of time federal judge vince chaba heard from about a dozen witnesses including epidemiologists toxicologists statisticians to decide who should be allowed to testify as experts before a jury what was he looking for to make this determination well essentially this kind of hearing is twofold the first part that has to be decided i is whether the expert evidence of causation of one or both parties is it miserable at trial under the rules of evidence and because the plaintiffs have the burden of proof their evidence is going to be the most key in this initial stage second after determining that the court will look at what the judge has seemed to be admissible evidence and determine whether there's a genuine issue of material fact that needs to go to the fact finder if on the other hand no reasonable jury could find for the plane antef then the action will be dismissed so the key to admissibility is essentially a two part test which is that the scientific evidence that forms the basis for the experts testimony must be both reliable and relevant reliability essentially means that it's scientifically sound based on a reliable techniques such as academia allergy which this is but there can be other problems that are associated with reliability such as what the supreme court has called an analytical gap between what the study's actually show and what the expert testifying for the party is concluding about it and this seems to be one of the.

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"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And the social fabric hollywood's influence is undeniable well we certainly heard hollywood as a couple of weeks uh very striving may now robert w w sullivan the fourth is a philosopher historian antiquarian jurors theologian writer and lawyer cinema symbolism a guide to esa terek imagery and popular movies is his second published work cinema symbolism originates as an extension of the final chapter of his first book and he joined us so couple of years go to do that the royal arch of inoc the impact of masonic ritual philosophy in symbolism that was in two thousand twelve mr sullivan received a be a history from gettysburg college in 1995 having spent his entire junior years studying european history and philosophy at st catherine's college oxford university he received his j d from weidner university delaware campus in two thousand mr sullivan in the sea with see his of freemason having joined amicable st john's lodged number twenty five baltimore maryland 1997 he became a 30second degrees scottish fright free mason at 1999 in the valley of baltimore orient of maryland a lifelong marylanders he resides in baltimore welcome back the 21st century radio robert dr bob thanks for having me guy cornered a pleasure to be here that wonderful introduction thank you and i'm looking forward to this evening scottish and again thank you for having me on very much appreciate you well we really look forward to this let's start with a sweeping overview of the teachings of car young joseph campbell and what you see as a key in a cult influenced in hollywood howard these ideas on the mano myth and the collective unconscious plain out in the films we love our got it raising and i gotta tell you i was so happy as it is is is laundered under statement here when i saw the emphasis that you have put on karl yang and joseph campbell and of course others who i admired such a long time and unfortunately there are seldom talked about on baltimore radio no i i i agree with you and and certainly also campbell first he is a very on his work is critical to really understanding this if you don't understand campbell you you won't understand where a lot of the megablockbusters come from in hollywood campbell wrote a book i guess it's part he wrote several books his magnum opus is known as.

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"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Prerecorded at this time how much ties by the down they're alive i'm not that crazy i'm not mode i'm not julue pitcher muttaqi tom that that gap and found that dot com i'm not a solution and not the guy did this the is there really isn't viewing the enemy of wrath yes indeed you're listening to brother ziggy marley a dear friend of ours he joins us from time to time and i sure do misin well welcome back the 21st century radio i'm dr bob randomness and my executive producer in research assistant and co author is lara cordner our engineer is anita brockton last hour we studied baltimore's grand theaters that are nearly extinct this hour we're going to examine some of the outstanding films with robert w sullivan the fourth esquire and his comprehensive cinemas symbolism a guide to esoteric imagery in popular movies who teaches us that movies are the new mythology they formulate modern legends that transcend material culture and the social fabric hollywood's influence is undeniable well we certainly heard hollywood let's couple of weeks uh very striving may now robert w w sullivan the fourth is a philosopher historian antiquarian jurist theologian writer and lawyer cinema symbolism a guide to esa terek imagery and popular movies is his second published work cinema symbolism originates as an extension of the final chapter of his first book and he joins us so couple of years go to do that the royal arch of inoc the impact of masonic ritual philosophy in symbolism that was in two thousand twelve mr sullivan received a be a history from gettysburg college in 1995 having spent his entire junior years studying european history and philosophy at st catherine's college oxford university he received his j d from weidner university delaware campus in two thousand mr sullivan in the sea with see his a freemason having joined amicable st john's lodged number 25 baltimore maryland 1997 he became a 30second degrees scottish fright free mason at 1999 in the valley of baltimore orient of maryland a lifelong marylanders he resides in baltimore welcome back the 21st century radio robert dr bob thanks for having me back on it a pleasure to be here that wonderful introduction thank you and i'm looking forward to this evening scotian again thank you very much appreciate.

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"university delaware" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WTMA

"They were found they've been an of bandits over there at the american university just a complete mystery nobody could find the surveillance cameras just came up short i guess on nobody can find the banana bandit maybe they should look firm and do they have any bennett banana hammocks on campus gives me and they might find him the lounging in a banana hamik the banana bandit because you know somebody went around the american university delaware called the american university and not just american university in washington dc and they hanged bananas from various things and wrote things on the bananas and their offensive but they could never find the banana banda it's a real mystery it's like this second gunman on a grassy knoll just can't find it all those cameras oliver campus can't come up with the guy i don't think that's true you know if you think about it could be a cnn could be a cnn employee growing putting bananas around there is kind of injury cut cnn had that ad campaign mike mackay's pointing out where they said like a real news as an apple and fake news is a banana so maybe a cnn employee went up there and perpetrated of fake news to using a banana it all comes full circle yeah bananas you know in the eu the eu government they dictate can i use that term in this context what the arch can be on a banana wrote the how bent your banana can be this is actually something that the eu has taken upon themselves.

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"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:09 min | 4 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Jeff howe jio captain and let us this the yes indeed you're listening to brother ziggy marley a dear friend of ours who joins us from time to time in i sure do this welcome back the 21st century radio i'm doctor of operettas and by executive producer and research assistant and co author is lara cordner our engineer is anita brock intesne last hour we studied baltimore's grand theaters that are nearly extinct this hour we're going to examine some of the outstanding films with robert w sullivan the force esquire and his comprehensive cinema symbolism a guy to esoteric imagery in popular movies who teaches us that movies are the new mythology they formulate modern budget that transcend material culture and the social fabric hollywood's influence is undeniable well we certainly heard of al hollywood last couple of weeks very striving may now robert w solving the fourth is a philosopher historian antiquarian jurist theologian writer and lawyer cinema symbolism a guy to esoteric imagery and popular movies is his second published work cinnamon symbolism ridge nate as an extension of the final chapter of his first book and he joined us so a couple of years ago to do that the royal arch of inoc the impact of masonic ritual philosophy in symbolism that was in two thousand twelve mr sullivan received a be a history from gettysburg college in 1995 have in spent his entire junior years studying european history and philosophy at st catherine's college oxford university he received his jd from weidner university delaware campus in two thousand mr sullivan in a see what see his of freemason having joined amicable st john's lodged number 25 baltimore maryland 1997 he became a 30second degrees scottish flight freemason at 1999 in the valley of baltimore orient of maryland a lifelong marylanders he resides in baltimore welcome back the 21st century radio robert dr bob thanks for having me back on it you be here that wonderful and production thank you and looking forward to receiving scottish again thank you very much appreciate.

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"university delaware" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"So they're really get an end up opportunity with with one or two professionals um i'm great teachers and really become a part of a classroom and see the whole thing from start to finish a lot of times a student teacher she kinda come in in the middle of the year and everything set up enrolling well and you know you're in great classrooms but you don't really get a chance to see how it all get started and how it all ends the other part in that senior year that will add again f i mentioned those early college opportunity for the chance to take some college courses um that will help you along the way uh so all of that will kind of round out that three or four years depending on um when a student start to the program they may ally to start is the freshman or off warne some of that depends on their how their school is scheduled that that's kind of an overview of of what the whole programme looks like okay so you mentioned something about having a being able to take additional college courses as well during the course of this program have you been approached by any type of universities or have you are there any universities are colleges in the area that are on board already yes we have quite a few of our colleges in the in the state onboard um so delaware attack is working to offer some courses wilmington university delaware state um and we also have some articulate lation agreements with wilmington university and i'm wesley college as well um so that a school could make a choice where they wanted to do those dorm romance which school best suits their needs where where maybe their students would go after graduation and i'm so we have kind of um you know colleges are now vying for the kids user kids they want to end their programmes nationwide and there is a shortage of student going into education educator prep paragraph it's down about forty percent across the country and that's true in delaware as well so we don't have the students going into the field so um from the colleges perspective these are students that want in their classroom 'cause they've always had already had lots of experiences in some course work.

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"university delaware" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"State onboard i'm so delaware attack is working to offer some courses wilmington university delaware state and we also have some articulate lation agreements with wilmington university the and i'm wesley college as well um so that a school could make a choice where they wanted to do those dole enrollment which school best suits their needs where where maybe their students would go after graduation and i'm so we have kind of um you know colleges are now vying for these kids these are kids they want and they're programs nationwide and the same there is a shortage of students going into education educator prep paragraph it's down about forty percent across the country and that's true in delaware as well so we don't have students going into the field so um from the colleges perspective these are students that you want in their classroom cause they've always had already had lots of experiences and some course work and so they are gonna come to you and be ready to hit the ground running so who are colleges are really on board and have been very supportive and and helpful um and you know they want they want these kids to come to their college and so they've they've offering some great opportunities for them so they've been they've been extremely wonderful and and getting this going okay so i was also reading in the article that this programme has a lot involved with educators rising which is organizations for students interesting becoming teachers said something about that the group does community service projects and is the students that are gonna be involved in this programme or they also gonna be doing something type of things that are going on and educators rising going on the community and doing community service yes any of our career in tech.

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"university delaware" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"university delaware" Discussed on WLOB

"Racism in america continues to come up from the gutters with attacks on white people at every level in this country the sierra club is now saying that the big problem with environmentalism is unsustainable whiteness a university delaware socalled professor said that the young men who got killed by the north koreans auto warm beer got exactly what he deserved because he's a spoiled way whiteboard you have to understand what's going on in this country that the hatred that is spilling up from the streets and the gutters is going to overwhelm all of us unless we say enough is enough and throw these bombs out of these universities just throw them in the gutter for what they're doing there is a limit to free speech and by attacking people for their race what you're doing is attacking the fundamentals of our society i don't care whether you're professor i don't care who you are are you start using rhetoric like that what you're going to have the our our people being necklace like they weren't south africa and that's not to happen in this country it's not going to happen because people are not going to take it and you gotta you gotta stop these professors from saying that this young man got what he deserved because he's a spoiled white male or the sierra club the liberals are now being attacked by idaho's this person wrote this are you ready for this name i can nikiel swum in thon claimed the environmental movement is unsustainable whiteness that's the problem with the environmental movement so in other words maybe they're getting hung by their own petard god maybe the white liberals who have now thrown away all qualifications for hiring and i simply hiring based upon qualifications other than qualifications are getting just what they deserved maybe that's the way out to look at it this is the savage nation the phone number's eight five five four seventoeight to wake up before it's too late join goes savage nation coal no eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight jews server if you've heard me talk for months about how i have trouble sleeping right pillows would go flat i would flipflop all night long wake up with a sore neck and always feel like i needed a nap even though i slept eight hours well that's all change once i discovered my pillow.

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