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Kevin Roberts on Universal School Choice and More

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 19 hrs ago

Kevin Roberts on Universal School Choice and More

"This is what is being told now as part of critical theory that the search for the truth and objectivity is somehow racist. Yeah, it is. I mean, we even see that in a couple of the museums and the nation's capital, which is just preposterous, right? So in order to lead up to that, because that's a decade long project to get rid of that agency, we have to make sure that the state level that there's universal school choice, period, full stop. Every single dollar that any government entity spends on education needs to follow the child. So in heritage, what we're doing to sort of write a headline is operating on these aspirational goals that lead us to greater self governance. And we're not afraid of these big objectives like eliminating the Department of Education or implementing school choice at every state. But we also have to play as a baseball fan, what I call small ball. We got to go hit some singles. Some doubles and lead up to that. So pro life education, we are deeply concerned about the threat of the Chinese Communist Party. They've infiltrated our institutions of higher education and what used to be called Confucius Institutes. And we're talking about what government organs of conversion on our campus. Completely. I mean, my moderate University of Texas is one of the biggest violators of common sense when it comes to keeping the CCP out of our institutions. Heritage is going to shine the light on all of that because there are a lot of members of Congress who are given campaign money by K street lobbyists, affiliated with the CCP to protect this. I'm just here to let you know that next year when there's likely a Republican majority, they darn well better govern as conservatives rather than capital are Republicans when it comes to these

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Abortion ruling exposes deep chasm over the issue in the US

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 21 hrs ago

Abortion ruling exposes deep chasm over the issue in the US

"The Supreme Court's move do overturn roe V wade is laying bare a deep national divide over abortion Outside the high court Lydia Taylor celebrated I've been working in rain for the past like 5 years for this day Now she wants to push for all states to ban abortion as she cried tears of joy nearby It's terrifying Ansley Cole is scared Because what are they going to come for next Columbia University professor Terry mcgovern says a lot of rights are now at risk Contraception I think certainly gay marriage and protections for same sex relationship And others based on the right to privacy This decision is the seismic shift in how we understand or how scotus is understood the constitution Sagar Meghani Washington

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COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say

"A new study estimates that nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year Scientists at imperial college London used data from a 185 countries excepting China to create their model The main finding was that a catastrophic 19.8 million COVID-19 deaths were prevented by the vaccination effort in the first 12 months That includes 1.9 million people in the United States alone The model was based on estimates of how many more deaths than usual occurred using only reported deaths the number saved to still a staggering 14.4 million lead author all over Watson We estimate that one in 5 deaths that occurred due to COVID-19 in low income countries would have been prevented if those targets had been reached Out of Ben with the university of Bristol medical school says the findings underscore both the achievements and the shortcomings of the vaccination campaign We can't just say oh well we've learned what to do now and just give them access to everyone and be fine It's more complicated than that I'm Jennifer King

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Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 3 d ago

Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

"Anything And we don't see any of these comparisons being made between one party and the other Jamie you're asking who served in this committee tried to stop the election of president Trump I try to stop the election of president Bush I brought a lawsuit on behalf of the voters of Palm Beach county because they because of the butterfly ballot they voted for Pat Buchanan These were Jewish voters who go to a Patrick Harris about the least favorite candidate among Jews because they screwed up on the ballot So I brought lawsuits Am I committing crimes The American legal system permission to this And there isn't a word in this legislative hearing about what to do in the future We should set up an election commission the way Israel has an election commission in England some other countries have election commissions If you have a complaint you go to the commission the commission is nonpolitical with consistent university presidents ministers scientists people who have no party affiliation and they decide whether the election is fair We can make legislative solutions to this but nobody cares about the future People only care about pointing fingers Yeah the future They want to prevent the election of Trump That's the future But they don't want to change the law They don't want to improve the law They don't want to legislate some of these problems away All they want to do is expose and finger point It's an abusive legislative process It's an abuse of the constitution It's an abusive or system of checks and balances

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FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:40 min | 4 d ago

FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Women From Competitions

"Some common sense at last, the world's governing body and swimming. It's called Athena. Has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women's events. The female members voted 71% in favor of a policy, basically it only permits swimmers who have transitioned before the age of 12 to compete in women's events. So the way this worked is that, well, the controversy was kind of driven by Leah Thomas, the University of Pennsylvania swimmer, biological male, a trans, who entered the transgender NCAA championship. Basically destroyed the competition, and people are going to say, wait a minute. So fina created a working group. This is an international body, by the way, a working group, and the working group was made up of medical experts, legal experts, sports figures to review all this. And they decided, you know what? We can't have it. And so at the Olympics and an international events, it's very simple. They use the key kind of marker of what they call Tanner stage two or before age 12. Whichever is later. So if you haven't transitioned by then, you can't do it. And now obviously they don't care the other way if you're a female to male transgender athlete. In other words, if you are transgender male, you are able to compete, but the idea is that if you are a biological man, lose transition to female, then you then you have

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Title IX: WNBA owner among women athletes running businesses

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Title IX: WNBA owner among women athletes running businesses

"Jenny gilder is co owner of the Seattle storm She realized what title 9 means 46 years ago on the Yale University rowing team We didn't have showers So the first thing that started happening as we started doing practices out there was that people started getting sick And that was when the idea of a protest started to develop It set off the Yale strip in in 1976 to protest inequities in the treatment of men and women rowers It propelled gilder to become an Olympic silver medalist in rowing She became an investor and philanthropist co owner of her hometown WNBA franchise Gilder says without title 9 you would not have the WNBA You would not have all the women who get to compete at the Olympic level at elite levels whatever sport you're talking I'm Ed

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Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 5 d ago

Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

"But now the mailroom that was right up my alley. And I worked for a guy named Grady who loved talk radio in the local talk radio station. And so I fell in love with talk radio listening to folks like Brad clay and bob queso and all these great great colorful provocative talk show hosts. This is way before talk radio exploded the way it has around the country. And I decided to try to take a tour of the radio station to see what it looked like. And I got in my beat up pale blue Volkswagen bug and drove over to Cincinnati's street over in Dayton near the university of Dayton arena. And got a tour of the radio station and I saw a memo on the bulletin board that said, we're still looking for that young talk master. That was what they called talk show host back in those rather pretentious times. And I thought, well, I can do that. I could talk. So I knocked on the program director's door and I said, I can do it. I can go on. Give me a shot. And he said, well, kid, the guy who's on the air tonight has the flu, I'm supposed to cover for him, but I don't really want you. Why don't you go on and go on air? Now I think 17 and a half years old, scared to death. And I started ranting and raving. I didn't just say I was pro life. I said, their baby killers. Fry them. I'm pro capital punishment. Fry the bait. I mean, I didn't know what I was doing. I'm yelling and ranting and raving. And they hired me. The next day, they said, you got a job. And I became a talk show host in 1978. What are we now? 40 four years later. And I'm still a big mouth on the radio, probably not much more sophisticated than those

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Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Title IX creating opportunities for international athletes

"Maria bonanova from Russia was recruited for the bowling team at Vanderbilt university on the golf course Alain Crowder from Stuttgart Germany had no opportunity to play in Europe College sports is not a thing in Europe at all So I think the U.S. really has a unique opportunity there and then obviously title and I'm just tough set off and make sure we're better Crowder is at Stanford University Heather Lynn was a top player in Taiwan Luckily I play a lot of junior tournaments growing up from like 14 to 18 years old and play a bunch of AJ Jerry tournaments USGA and that's how coach D found me She's talking about coach Derek Bradley at the university of Oregon There are several agencies set up to help foreign female athletes by putting them in contact with various coaches and universities I'm Ed

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Dinesh Explores Claims of Plagiarism by Leftist Historian Kevin Kruse

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:37 min | Last week

Dinesh Explores Claims of Plagiarism by Leftist Historian Kevin Kruse

"This is really where cruise is going. He's trying to imply that the systemic racism of, let's say, 1912 or 1930 is somehow still alive in America in Atlanta in 2022. But all of this has been sort of sidelined suddenly by the publication of an astounding article by an economic historian. This is a guy named Philip Magnus and he might remember Philip Magnus has been on this podcast. He's a very smart guy. And a libertarian leaning and no surprise the article appears in the libertarian magazine called reason. And the article is about the fact that Kevin Cruz is a kind of serial plagiarist. Now, I'll talk in the next segment about plagiarism, but it's the most serious of academic offenses, and why? Well, basically, because it's a form of stealing. It's like going into somebody's house and, you know, taking the car or taking their stuff, that's stealing pure and simple. But when people develop ideas and write them in academic papers or even in popular magazines, for someone to take and lift stuff that other people have worked on, thought of and put down and to do it without proper quotations or without proper attribution, this is the academic equivalent of stealing. And by and large, it's a firing offense. I mean, a student who does this and the university gets expelled. A professor who does this is usually and should be fired. So this is about the gravest crime that you can commit in

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George Washington University to drop 'Colonials' moniker

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

George Washington University to drop 'Colonials' moniker

"George Washington University is dropping its colonials moniker The school located not far from The White House says it can no longer serve its purpose as a name that unifies George Washington University has used the name colonials since 1926 a special committee looked into the name and determined opponent saw it as referring to colonizers who stole land and resources from indigenous groups killed or exiled native peoples and introduced slavery into the colonies and supporters of colonials viewed it as referring to those who lived in American colonies especially those who fought for independence and democracy GW will keep using colonials until a new name is introduced Ed Donahue Washington

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Pete Hegseth: Progressives Were Welcomed Marxists for Decades

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth: Progressives Were Welcomed Marxists for Decades

"Peter I watched you on Fox and Friends this morning discussing that exact point That the leftists who started this school reformation project or whoever the whatever euphemisms they like to call this cultural corruption They wrote openly about they were not hiding this It wasn't in any way cryptic They wrote about it You document it It's right there They told you what they wanted to do And we just dropped the ball on this over the course of decades It's true And they actually the progressive's member progressive is a term we use to a political ideology today It was a political movement in the early 20th century They looked reasonable even patriotic when compared to some of the anarchists that were committing political assassinations and communists at the time So they were tolerated In fact even welcomed later on Marxist who landed at Columbia University at the most preeminent teachers college and what did they push at that teacher's college in Columbia critical theory critical theory is premised on the deconstruction of the west of the western structures We know it today as critical race theory and critical gender theory but Hemingway once said things happen gradually until they happen suddenly And then COVID-19 when the classroom came into our homes and parents were mortified by the gender pronouns being talked to 7 year olds in the 1619 Project that was the suddenly aspect to the hundred years that preceded it where they took control of every I'm not kidding Dan and you know this Every aspect of the educational industrial complex teachers colleges unions of course we know that curriculum now today testing and standards So if you want to become a teacher in 99% of schools you have to go through that pipeline and pay homage to the progressive view of the world

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Pete Hegseth Previews the New Book 'Battle for the American Mind'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth Previews the New Book 'Battle for the American Mind'

"It Well Pete you were kind enough to give me an advanced copy months ago the book folks is incredible Let's start at the beginning Pete This attack on our education system This war This isn't new None of this is new And the book you thoroughly document how this has been a multi decades long generational effort to corrupt our kids minds Tell us a little bit about it Yeah Dan they were open about it and they were intentional And I think a lot of us took the assumption that maybe it started in the 60s the 60s were the result of a project that happened 40 years earlier starting in the early 20th century where progressives intentionally started to tinker and experiment with the idea of school They thought if they could create new types of schools and the types of schools they created are the types that we effectively have now the bell ringing social studies Pledge of Allegiance without under God in it There's a lot of things they inserted so they could remove more traditional values biblical values and begin their project of capturing the mind of our kids And they reason we know about it then They wrote openly about it in the new republic The publication du jour of the left of the time John Dewey and other about atheists and socialists It was always comes back to atheists and socialists and now marxists plotted to they knew the universities they would eventually push their theories there But they knew if they could capture the affections and the dreams and the views of the youngest they could mold future future citizens who would be captive to their ideas And that's exactly what they've done

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How Parents Can Become Great Teachers With Kirk Cameron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

How Parents Can Become Great Teachers With Kirk Cameron

"I mean, a lot of parents say, oh, my kids will become socially awkward. They want, but also other parents say, I can't possibly become a teacher. Talk about how you navigate that through the film and how parents actually they're able to teach more than they think. Yeah. Well, first of all, I'd like to say Charlie that I love teachers and teachers have such an important job. They make a difference in the lives of children and God bless all of the good teachers who are devoting their lives to teaching kids. In fact, my father is a public school teacher and so is my grandmother and my grandfather and teachers have made a great difference in my life. However, as we know in the public school system today, it's not like it was when we went to public school or our parents went to public school. Teachers are not choosing the curriculum. The government is and they've got the good teachers have got their hands tied. So with regard to homeschooling, you don't have to be an advanced physics teacher in order to teach that subject to your kids, you're just, you're the coach. You're the quarterback. There's some things that you can teach. And then there will be other people in the homeschool community in your area, no doubt who are qualified to teach these more advanced subjects that you're not comfortable with. And then of course there are online teachers with PhDs, fantastic curriculums that you can take as part of colleges, universities, private schools. There's even sports programs that you can be involved in, if not within your homeschool community sports leagues, but the schools that are in your community, private schools, and even public schools. A lot of people don't know that. But all of these things are available to you, they are to me and I live in California. So if you live in a state that embraces this more than we do out here, I'm sure your options will be even more

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Eric Welcomes 'God, Caesar and Idols' Author Rick Boyer to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Welcomes 'God, Caesar and Idols' Author Rick Boyer to the Show

"So I'm thrilled to have the author of God Caesar and idols as my guest, Rick Boyer, welcome to the program. Thank you, Eric. I can't say enough how much respect I have for you and your organization and your commitment to a biblical worldview and the people of God, it is a tremendous service to the church and to the lord Jesus Christ. You're very kind. I think many people listen to this program of course who are not committed Christians who are all over the map. Ideologically. And I think I want to help them understand even why I'm a Christian and why I know that the founders understood there is no way for America to succeed without people of deep faith. And it kind of astonishes me as it clearly does you from the way you've written the book that we have drifted away from this. So before we get into the book itself, you're a constitutional lawyer living in Lynchburg, Virginia, your liberty grad, you said your dad is a liberty grad. What led you a lawyer to write a book called God Caesar and idols, the church and the struggle for America's soul. Well, my background really is in conservative activist politics. That's what's really floats my boat, if you will, and I've done that since I was a teenager. And after the, and I guess I went to law school specifically with the idea of learning the law learning how to apply it to politics. And of course, Liberty University school of law, you get a terrific education and the biblical foundations of American law. But after the 2017 elections here in Campbell county just outside of Lynchburg, Virginia, where I live, watching a elections for school board here in Campbell county, where some candidates were talking about, hey, we need to take a stand against the transgender craziness ideology in our schools and others were saying, no, that's not a big issue. Let's just find more tax money to support more programs. And I watched my community right here in the shadow of Liberty University. I watched my community what felt like changed gods right in front of my

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Is Academia Salvagable? Professor Paul Kengor Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Academia Salvagable? Professor Paul Kengor Weighs In

"Educational environment salvageable after decades of the critical thinkers, the critical theorists that are really the spawn of neo Marxism after they've wrought what they've brought in our colleges, Paul. The answer is no. They're not salvageable. They're toast. They're completely gone. And, you know, if you're talking about the university in general, academia in general, it's completely gone, which is why you need to pick one of maybe about 20 to 30 genuine safe spaces out there to send your kids to. You know, grow city colleges, one of them, hillsdale is one of them. You know, I could think of a few others. Probably Liberty University, Franciscan university. An annual guidebook. So the intercollegiate studies institute has the annual list of decent colleges, but it's a small number, isn't it? It's a small number and there is also young America's foundation, usually has some recommended ones also. If from a faith perspective, if you're Catholic, consult the national Catholic register cardinal Newman society list of recommended colleges, there's about 20 to 30. So out of the thousands that are out there, there's no more than a couple dozen, maybe three dozen at the most that are safe.

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Does Joy Behar Know Harriet Tubman Was a Gun Owner?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Does Joy Behar Know Harriet Tubman Was a Gun Owner?

"The Democrats are losing the argument. They really are even after this horrific massacre of these innocent little babies in new valley, Texas. They're losing the debate. A lot of listeners are sending me text messages of pictures and stories of Harriet Tubman. The heroic conductor of The Underground Railroad. She was a gun owner. As joy behar suggests that black people don't have guns, Harriet Tubman, this is historical, and this is a fact, was known to carry a single shot percussion pistol with about a 6 inch barrel and an ivory handle handled saber, both of which are currently on display now at the Florida a and M university in Tallahassee. She was often known to be armed with a rifle during the Civil War. And there's joy behar yesterday, now when the blacks get the guns, boy, then the gun laws will finally change what a filthy disgusting racist thing to say.

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The Marxist, Leninist Fidelity of Colleges and Universities

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

The Marxist, Leninist Fidelity of Colleges and Universities

What Is the Sovietization of American Life?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is the Sovietization of American Life?

"Victor Davis Hanson has a very powerful piece, unfortunately. In American greatness, it's called the sovietization of American life the amazing thing is I would say at least half of America would not understand the title of his article and certainly virtually no young person. I wonder if you said to the average not forget the word average. Wonder if you said to most juniors at Princeton University. What is the sovietization of American life mean? The I think that the most of them would not know. The ignorance of history, I lament all the time, the lack of the teaching of wisdom, it's my column today, I hope you'll see it. Dennis prager dot com. And it's at town hall dot com later in the week. It goes elsewhere as well. Many other sites. And I lament the lack of teaching of wisdom. With the reliance on feelings, I I have good intentions is now the only thing that matters.

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"university every" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:36 min | 4 months ago

"university every" Discussed on WTOP

"Deaths and millions of refugees in Europe against that kind of background the west makes its own movies They do officials told us American F 15s were scrambled out of Estonia to intercept four Russian fighters over the Baltic Sea That's the American squadron's first intercept since it arrived here last week their deployment along with moving more U.S. forces to Eastern Europe is part of an overall mission to reassure NATO allies and deter Russian aggression Correspondent Charlie died in Estonia from there to the other side of the world of Beijing Winter Olympics in the shadow of not only those tensions involving Russia but a pandemic that began in China Correspondent Jamie yucas is there Bob's letter a lot of Myers Taylor originally elected to walk was sidelined by a positive COVID test She watched in an isolation hotel But hopes are high that she will compete You know I had my ups and downs just like anybody staying positive as much as I can but extremely grateful that my family's okay For many it's proved an Olympic effort just to get here and into the Beijing bubble safely There are no real COVID bubbles for most of us in the U.S. pandemic that count is now above 902,000 But there are some better trends reported now by correspondent Michael George According to Johns Hopkins University every state is seeing a decline in new daily case numbers That comes as a relief after the highly contagious variant also took a toll on the youngest Americans This week Pfizer asked the FDA to grant emergency use authorization for two doses of its COVID vaccine for children under 5 Meanwhile the drug maker is researching whether three doses would be more effective for that age group After former vice president Mike Pence unexpectedly and in short terms rejected his ex bosses claimed that he penned could have overturned the 2020 election Mister Trump issued another statement asking why if Mike Pence didn't have the authority to quote send the votes forward are the Dems and rhinos that's Republicans in name only fighting so hard to make it impossible for a VP to do so in the future Thought of course by link for donations Correspondent Christina rafini the navy's scrambling to contain another major water crisis in Hawaii This after jet fuel leaked from a 60 year old Hawaii tank farm it got into drinking water well and polluted water screaming out of faucets in Pearl Harbor's military housing This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO PF.

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"university every" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"university every" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Physically to deal with sdn dea region go goto. Won't hold you to do you think it's time that based on the findings here there seems to be a very definite pay differential. Should that be investigated order. It should be. We need to find out why that's the case. It has to be a mechanism to to to make sense of that but remember all of these issues are connected in some way on hobie perceive the other and that effects lots of things. I've said this many times. You know people make up a very quick idea. 'em or conclusion just based on a name so think about how people get hired and then once the system how get promoted who gets permanent ed positions as i still believe that one of the reasons why i have been a success is because i don't have a very muslim sounding name and i know from my conversations with many muslims and i know with many other black-asian minority ethnic individuals who have names that sound like the other people a immediately draw conclusion. My name sounds like i'm some of portuguese prince or something and it confuses people. There's a lot. I find it funny. I'm laughing but i also remember peter. I hold a lot of privileges. Well i have a permanent job. I do this. Not i do this for those in order to leftovers. I do this because i keep a. Phd students especially women of color especially women who are are finding it very difficult to to to work through different forms of discrimination freshly being a woman and secondly being a women of color so i think it's really important to to talk about this. Let's talk more about this. And and i have to say that that. I want to thank you for for allowing these conversations to happen for us locally because let's build our local cork can meet be a beautiful place. I still have so much hope for what's happening and i'm inspired by what happens at the university every single date. Greatest big with you. As always the.

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"university every" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"university every" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Work as an engineer. Today she's an entrepreneur running her own engineering firm. For a long time. I thought Zis story was typical of international students in the US, The best and brightest came regardless of their ability to pay somebody invested in them. I wasn't clear who and then went home to become leaders in their own countries. American students like me, got a more worldly education from getting to live and learn alongside them. I didn't know. Bringing students like Z here to study was part of America's Cold War strategy. They were supposed to carry home the seeds of democracy. Report on education now, And in the past three decades, I've seen how the story of international students on American campuses has changed dramatically in 1990. The year Z and I graduated. There were fewer than 400,000 international students studying in the US They want a substantial source of income for US universities since 2015 More than a million international students have enrolled in U. S colleges and universities Every year. They make up less than 6% of higher ed students in the U. S overall, but their impact is much larger. Foreign undergrads and master students are more likely than domestic students to pay full tuition, and that's money that helps keep colleges afloat. Higher education is now one of the United States' largest service exports. I know it seems strange to think of education as an export because students come here to get it, but think of the diploma they carry home as the export. And these million students coming from abroad bring in $44 billion in revenue. That's equal to the United States. Exports of soybeans, corn and textile supplies combined, he saw a rich fields colleges are telling. And there's something else those international student spring. Brainpower. They contribute their thinking to American research projects the intern and work for US employers. They link the country to a global network of scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs, and that adds to America's influence and reach But the US is slipping as the top destination and it's not just because of the pandemic. I wanted to understand why that's happening. So I got in touch with Karen Fisher. She's covered the international students beat for the Chronicle of Higher education since 2000 and seven Karen.

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"university every" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"university every" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"We collaborated on and We certainly weren't doing that years. One two three. But as we've adjusted to life and kobe been more alliance sponsors. We certainly know we need to up our game that that kind of leads me to another question is really excited to ask. You said you weren't there. You're one year there now. And i feel safe asking this question because ucla has been so successful but particularly for other universities trying to build programs like what do you think the biggest mistake you made was like. What's the thing looking back. They wish could say. I wish we'd done that differently. And that you know. By implication you could advise other schools that are building programs to say. Jeez don't do this or avoid this pitfall learn a lot What am i most. Common answers Is that you should engage your faculty earlier I mentioned the research. Mission mentioned the teaching faculty earth the heart of that. They are the ones with phd degrees. They're very famous in their fields. They are all incredibly smart but there are also really concerned with the reputation of the university. And they're all really committed to making uci the best it can be and if they see a new east program. They're like kids are playing video games. What have what does he come to now. We are supporting us. So our biggest critics have been Faculty on campus and it's not to say that the vast majority aren't very supportive like we have wonderful faculty teaching researching all around games all the way across the university every single unit every single division. But i don't think we did enough to engage them and allow them to be a part of the design process in market in that communication process. Steps that We like the broader group of faculty felt that they their concerns would be reflected in in Involved in so. I've been some into several faculty senate competing committee meetings over the years usually from a pretty defensive position explaining what we're doing when people google picture of league of legends and so this really tree scotty scantily clad girl was just really. Kinda sexual tagline right. Is this what. We're supporting It's yeah they been some biggest critics so by my first my first piece of advice is typically try to involve your commit your faculty. We have a little faculty advisory committee now..

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"university every" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on Trumpcast

"This is the waves. This is the way this is the way. This is the way this is the waves. Welcome to the waves. slates podcast about gender famine. Ism and this week. The release of bill cosby from prison. I'm marsha chatwin author of the book franchise the golden arches and black america and professor of history at georgetown university. every episode. you get a new pair of women to talk about the thing. We can't get off our minds and today you've got me thinking about bill cosby me to and what comes next for survivors of sexual assault and mainly furrow a staff writer for slate where i cover politics. Culture sometimes comedy and sometimes despair. Many of us were shocked to learn. That bill cosby was released from prison. On june thirtieth after being convicted of sexual assault in two thousand eighteen the pennsylvania supreme court overturned his three to ten year sentence because of an agreement between a former state prosecutor and cosby. This topic has so many layers. The case itself the way it serves as an outlier. In sexual assault prosecutions the tremendous starpower bill cosby and the larger framing of this case as emblematic of a me. Victory i've been fascinated by this topic because of the ways that cosby's demise wasn't just about cosby survivors cosby status as an entertainer and philanthropist also called into question the culture of enabling that surrounds predatory behavior and allows it to go on for so long as a college professor. I see similar dynamics often in academia where noted scholars or big time. Benefactors are protected at the expense of survivors lilly. You've reported great stories about cosby. Why did you wanna talk about this. This topic. I can't stop thinking about because i've been tracking this case and what it did or didn't mean for me to since twenty seventeen almost before there was a me too cosby walked free back in june of that year of two thousand seventeen because the jury was unable to reach a verdict and it seemed to me at the time symptomatic of a long standing tendency to disbelief survivors or to hold up to a much higher standard of honesty then offenders in that case it seemed to me that because cosby was openly a cheater in there for liar and hit admitted to a variety of dishonest conduct including campaigns to make andrea constant out to be a liar so i was surprised pleasantly so in that changed like it seemed to me like when cosby was convicted. That me to which you know had been in. Interior early stages had actually achieved something concrete and other jackson. I guess because we're back to square one when we come back. Louis i will explore the house and wise of this twist in the cosby case. And then we'll take a few steps back and think about what this means for future cases.

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"university every" Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"Maybe should have done it when i was in college. It's gonna be a long time to figure this out But i used to do so much extracurricular that actually it impact me to be a better person. As i won't be able to be genuine to who they are and again. My values are taking care of my family. Stability financially whatever. It is winning basketball games if you win basketball games taking care of my family. Long-term callers have a job in three your faith and again you know. I'm a person. I work at a christian university every day. You know phases whatever you want it to be you know. I'm i love people. And i love who people are beyond the ball. What's going on.

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"university every" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"Six months to two years that's what they thought and so. They threw themselves into the work. The effect of the woodstock of physics is tough to overstate. Says you'll tire kelly. A staff scientist at the california institute of technology caltech every university every scientist material scientist chemist electrical engineer and physicist dropped. Whatever they were doing and jumped into this problem because this was going to change the world tire. Kelly calculated that collectively university. Physics departments have spent twenty five billion on the superconductivity problem over the ensuing. Three plus decades universities started hiring like crazy because while this was going to be the future. They gutted physics departments and turn them into superconductivity departments because the technology superconductivity was going to be such a big deal that if we didn't have faculty that could cover the broad spectrum of what was going to come out of this coupe rates superconductivity. We were going to be dead and all the money was flowing into this thing. Companies.

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"university every" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Debt and when you do you'll finally move forward. You'll build the kind of life you want with your money. And we'll show you how we'll show you in ramsey plus with this membership you'll learn how to take control of your money and ditch your debt for good. Plus you get all the tools you need to make it happen. You can get ahead. Ramsey plus includes financial peace university every dollar premium which ties to your bank community. Coaching all kinds of things there to walk with you help you make sure you do the stuff you. Here's talk about here every day on the air. Text the word trial to thirty three seven hundred nine for a free trial of ramsey plus. It's a free trial of ramsey plus text trial two three three seven eight nine. Jay is with us in tampa. Hi j. welcome to the ramsey show having a great day. Thank you so much for taking my call our pleasure. How can we help so my question for you is sort of a two parter. I i have an an old employer sponsored. Ira that was transferred to trust company. I'd like to move that money. But i don't know if i should move it to my new employers sponsored for three d. or if i should open a roth ira. Because i don't have one yet move the money bear and Kinda see you know kinda taking penalties or anything. That may come along with that. There's no penalties. And i would roll it to a traditional. Ira not roth in good mutual funds. How much money in the account. It's not a lot. It's like the hundred okay. Just click smartvestor. Dave ramsey ramsey solutions dot com and. Find a smartvestor pro in your area..

"university every" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We are all future. Our choice, a group of young people who believe that Brexit is the worst inheritance deal in peacetime history. More future. Our choice wanted a Brexit do over. UK would vote in a second referendum on whether or not to leave the EU and maybe this time the country would decide to stay for a referendum like that, to even get on the ballot. Anti Brexit politicians needed to be in power. And for that to happen, young anti Brexit voters needed to get organized and turn out to vote. And breaks. It was on the ballot. 64% of voters under the age of 25 participated in that election, But 90% of voters over the age of 65 showed up too. So, Laura Enter co founders got work and actually, I'm very quickly took the decision to leave University for a couple of years. Tomo run these campaigns, the group launched a national bus campaign and staged headline grabbing protests. I think we had Events in schools every single week and universities every single week. We definitely engaged with tens of thousands of young people. Then we had hundreds of volunteers who would come with us to various marches. One of UK that will work for everybody on Brexit is getting in the way of us fixing those problems. Over the next two years. Our future. Our choice built a network of youth organizer who campaigned for a second people's vote on Brexit around the country. When 2017 selections rolled around youth voter turnout was the highest it had been in 25 years. One of the driving factors Anger over Brexit while Laura organized Honey started going on TV today do something slightly different where something views How can I put it across the generations? His first media parents was a televised debate between him and an elderly remain supporter. He was really nervous.

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"university every" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on WTOP

"That of all occupations, corrections officers are most exposed to covert 19. We strongly believe that our members should be considered in the early stages. He's not alone. Groups around the country are jockeying for position among them bankers, uber drivers, aviation workers, even zookeepers. The CDC recommends the next round of vaccine distribution called Group One be includes those 75 older and roughly 30 million frontline, the central workers like teachers and first responders. Behind them. Group One See people 65 older, those with high risk conditions and around 57 million other essential workers. But how did you find those essential workers and the order in which their toes in is determined by each state? The Kaiser Family Foundation found that as of last week, 30 states were still developing more specific criteria for the next phases of distribution. There's been some reports of higher network people trying to pay for the vaccine. Have you experienced any of that? Oh, yes, Absolutely. Dr. Ehsan Ali is in private practice in Beverly Hills. Many of his patients are celebrities. He says Several dozen people have offered to pay him to cut in line for the vaccine. It's not at the gold to me offering money to get the vaccine. People are just Used to being able to get their way when they have privilege and well. Dr. Eileen Marty is an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University. Every step of the way of getting the Proper amount of no proper people who are most at risk Vaccinated eases everything for our society becomes closer and closer for us being able to go back to normal. The normal that will no doubt be new, but that can't come soon enough for CBS this morning. Adriana Diaz, Chicago. Sports is on the way. Stay with us An important message from Medicare. We need flu shots. What again? Yes, The flu can be serious at our age plus Flu shots are covered by Medicare, so I.

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"university every" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"university every" Discussed on KTRH

"Possibly maybe some of them maybe not. Doesn't matter. In fact, it's a relevant They're the offspring of prominent Democrats. That's the point. That's why they're at Georgetown. How does this happen? What happens because our meritocracy is a sham. It's fake. They tell you that only the most accomplished students get into these schools, but they're lying. Her friends. Kids get first dips fellow members of their social Circle kids whose families can help them down the road. The Children, sympathetic politicians are obvious priority for admissions officers. He's of the same politicians who funnel billions in tax dollars to colleges universities every year. So letting a senator's kid into Harvard is just smart business. The quid pro quo is obvious. It's a kind of unregulated lobbying. Remember the varsity blues scandal in California, where a group of socially anxious soccer mom's trying to game the college admission system This is far more corrupt than that, except that nobody's going to prison for it. So how many Chris Cuomo's get into Yale every year. Be nice to know, but we don't know. Like almost everything about higher education. It's opaque, prestigious schools can pretend that they admit on ly the most qualified applicants because nobody can prove otherwise. The real admissions numbers are secret. They're hidden from public view, even though we pay for those schools because all of them take massive amounts in tax dollars. Elite colleges are like public companies that lie about their balance sheets. They're cooking the books to defraud shareholders. In this case, the shareholders are the entire country. A handful of elite schools form the gateway to success in America. If you go to Harvard, you're all but guaranteed to make more money over the course of your life than someone who didn't go to Harvard. It's that simple. So when you rigged the admissions system, what you're really rigging is American society. You're creating an Impenetrable class system for your own benefit, and that's exactly what they're doing. You often hear progressive say that they worry about income inequality. I don't mean it at all. How do you know they don't mean it. Because if the left really cared about the stratification of American society, they would make college admissions transparent. They force Stanford, for example, toe open the books and show the rest of us How exactly, they're assembling this year's freshman class. That's what they do. Yet Democrats in Congress haven't done that and won't do that. They seem strangely incurious about how the process works like they don't really want to know all the details. In fact, they already know precisely how the admissions game works and they strongly approve. Why wouldn't they improve? Their kids are benefiting.

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"university every" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"university every" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"These ninety seven point one W. A. as in Washington but I heart radio station it's not the it is the but this so every year there is a list of words that are banished for the year because they have been misused I've got that list still tell you what's on it on watch seven minutes I gave today is the day cause that's my plans plans plans plans all my friends the space we I came to the way of me and my Washington's best Friday of the eighties and nineties and today it's ninety seven point one wash FM hi there I'm Katie Harris new year's day twenty twenty hopefully you are well rested and hung over well I'm Katie Harris and filling in for Toby in Chile today and I do I have to say that I'm kind of surprised at this list Michigan university every year comes out with the top words that are banned it because of over use I wonder if you have any nominations now some of them are jelly as and it's all good it's all jelly totes as in like I totes love ninety seven point one out vibe is a word it will now be banished and the one that I am really guilty of literally that's the word to be banished literally and then of course the one final word I guess or phrase that should be banned for the year okay boomer McDonald's to for five dollar.

"university every" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"university every" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"A are- years and eight months ago to connect at that point yes I reconnected and I went to financial peace university. I'm glad you asked that question. I went to financial peace university every a year about the program. I would go every year during my debt free journey. and I went to financial peace university. I'm glad you asked that question. I went to financial peace university every a year about the program. I would go every year during my debt free journey. I had a really great mentor that is a master coach in Jefferson City. Tennessee named barbed tire so shout out to hurt <hes> and she just really helped me get reconnected and get on fire for getting out of debt and living like no one else so I can live and give like no one else. GotTa feel and there's no stopping you at any well. Duh We got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires. That'll be the next chapter in your ongoing wonderful story your fun. Thank you for being with us very well done stacey from Knoxville Tennessee severe Tennessee. Let's just be straight. Adhere fifty four thousand dollars paid off plus twenty thousand cash float otherwise in three years eight months making fifty two to seventy one counted counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two ward <music> well done. Yom Tom. Yes man that's amazing beautiful job. Well done see the deal. Is this the number of times that I hear that the total money makeover our financial peace was a coaster on your coffee table for a decade before you picked it up with coffee stains on it and actually actually read the book but when the student is ready. The teacher will appear life is good you can to. When are you going to do this. Yeah I'm talking to you. This

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

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:53 min | 3 years ago

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

"Who funnel billions in tax dollars to colleges universities every year so leading us senators get into Harvard is just smart business the quid pro quo is obvious it's of kind of unregulated lobbying number the varsity blues scandal in California where a group of socially anxious soccer mom trying to gain the college admissions system this is far more corrupt than that except that nobody's going to prison for so how many Chris farmers get into Yale every year be nice to know but we don't know like almost everything about higher education it's opaque prestigious schools can pretend that they admit only the most qualified applicants because nobody can prove otherwise the real admissions numbers are secret they're hidden from public view even though we pay for those schools because all of them take massive amounts in tax dollars I leave colleges like public companies that lie about their balance sheets there cooking the books to defraud shareholders in this case the shareholders are the entire country a handful of the lead schools from the gateway to success in America if you go to Harvard you're all but guaranteed to make more money over the course of your life and someone who didn't go to Harvard it's that simple and so when you remove the ignition system what you're really wreaking is American society you're creating an impenetrable class system for your own benefit and that's exactly what they're doing you often hear progressive said that they worry about income inequality they don't mean it at all how do you know they don't mean it because if the left really cared about the stratification of American society they would make college admissions transparent the force Stanford for example to open the books and show the rest of us how exactly they were assembling this year's freshman class that's what they do and yet Democrats in Congress haven't done that and won't do that they seem strange again curious about how the process works like I don't really want to know all the details in fact they already know precisely how the admissions game works and they strongly approve why wouldn't they improve their kids are benefiting from it now to the story about the twenty year old man who came in to a Walmart in Missouri wearing body armor during a rifle and a handgun he later claimed that he was there just to find out whether or not Walmart would protect his second amendment right he said he got the body armor and the firearm because he was concerned about the recent shootings he wanted to be able to protect himself an off duty firefighter the story is true certainly did not think so and stop what he thought would be a potential mass shootings into this news cast off duty firefighter getting credit for stopping a guy carrying a loaded rifle at a Walmart police in Springfield Missouri say the guy was also wearing body armor and walking around inside the store witnesses say when he walked out the firefighters stepped up and held him at gunpoint until cops arrive they say the man didn't fire any shots and no one got hurt but the suspect cause chaos as you might imagine this this comes just days after the shooting at an el Paso Walmart that left twenty two people dead I've been live from our Midwest news hub member what was the guy do it what work right now police are holding back a lot of those details until charges are formally filed so it's not clear what the suspect intent was how bad this could have been the police did arrest him on a first degree terrorism charge police say that twenty Dimitri Andriy Janko surrendered outside the misery Walmart on Thursday police say he entered the Walmart wearing body armor military fatigues and fully loaded tactical weapons he began recording himself on a cell phone walking around the store I witnesses say out loud alarm went off people started fearing the worst running and hiding on this on the other side triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three I am Larry.

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"university every" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"university every" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"university every" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"university every" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says member supported FM San Francisco and north highlands, Sacramento. It's noon. It's been lights out at a federal jail in. Sixteen hundred inmates have been without heat light or telephone access as a bitter cold swept across the region on that cats in for Tenzin Vega. And this is the takeaway also this hour calls for Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam to resign after racist photo surfaced for MS med school yearbook. We've put this controversy into historical context. It is really a betrayal. You don't have really this full choice of candidate. Plus why the department of homeland security is in the business of setting up fake universities? Every one of the students who engage in this university perpetrator or are they a victim take away. We'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London. Protesters have been gathering outside the Virginia governor's mansion calling on democratic governor Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page there has also been talk of impeachment. But Republican House speaker Kirk Cox says there's a very high standard for overruling an election rifle.

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"university every" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"university every" Discussed on KOMO

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