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"university indianapolis" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Remains and the ethnological pieces that go with them assisting the fbi are experts in archaeology and cultural anthropology who studied the items to determine their origins and carefully. Prepare them for storage or transport. They treat the warehouse and its contents like a museum. We have climate control that warehouse. We have to control the humidity the temperature and we have a team of grad students That are all museum studies grad students and they come to us and we give them some on the job experience since on the job training and they curate. This collection force dislike a museum. Would holly kusak mcvay. An associate professor of anthropology and museum studies at indiana university. Purdue university indianapolis illustrates how the fbi relies on partners from tribal groups to academia this from the earliest days of the case. The collections and curator scholar has provided the art crime team with expertise and guidance. Now four years on she is the collections chief steward along. With our team of students we have a range of objects from different time periods and different cultural traditions. The objects themselves every material type that you can imagine and so along with that on the museum. Collections care side. There's a lot that goes into making sure that these objects are cared for properly until they do go home. The fbi set up an invitation only website containing images and descriptions of the artifacts to help in the repatriation process. It's uses limited to parties with credible claims since many items may have cultural sensitivities. Our ultimate goal in this entire operation has been respectful repatriation of these objects. These ancestors back to the people. You know that they were taken from how we wanna do that with. Some measure of dignity. The recent repatriation of the colombian artifacts is a model example of how the process is working years of detective work. Archaeological research and enter per logical. Sleuthing helped return some forty cultural treasures to their rightful home. In columbia the f. b. i. is hoping for similar success for nearly seven thousand remaining artifacts there are still a lot of native american material that we have yet to repatriate and we are waiting for the tribes to look at that material and tell us that this is their material and to make a proper claim. We're four years deep in this investigation. Our ultimate aim is to repatriate every single one of these species. At least the ones that we can determine where obtained improperly or legally we wanna return all of them to the rifle homes but we need the public's help and we need academia's help and we need to help of our foreign partners to do that so yes It's painstaking work To try to repatriate. And um and i'm glad i'm glad in the piece they. They mentioned that you know. They use the term materials. That sort of makes me cringe. Do but i again. I understand why they why they use it. But the fact that they put so much emphasis on repatriation You know really makes me makes me happy. And that you know Can't be it cannot be understated or however about the importance of trouble consultation in these cases In as i said A lot of these institutions are doing better for you know for example and in We had a quite a bit of help in in doing this. The university of connecticut here now has is now in compliance with knack era and and Repatriation yeah it it. It took it took a long time. you know from me you know these institutions claiming that they don't know to In some cases yes. I just outright of That that they that they have to comply and and You know when you when some of them are not saying. This was the case with because that that wasn't whatsoever they were very. They were very open. And i was very happy to see that but there are other institutions in the country. That about right you know Fought it and continue to fight it. Believe it or not in one of the most liberal states in the country california given their history. I'm not surprised right right exactly and and you know for for them. The reasons i stated earlier about you know For science science right got to study those indians. Well p- We obviously we obviously disagree with that so yeah In fact when When i when i took some training for the role that i'm in right now Which am ever appreciative of my own tribe because it's it's it really isn't enormous responsibility right They cited a story of a university professor. Who had taken Who was in who was in a a role curator role in in a university. I don't remember The institution And he caught wind that they had embraced repatriated repatriation ism He collected a boxes that he refused to turn over and took them to his house and he was arrested by the pi. So there there are people in in the academia space that are militant about this. And it's it's bizarre to me right because again you know. We don't go into a colonial based cemetery and dig up people. Maybe we can do cranial studies. Maybe we should right. I'm just saying. I'm just putting forth the argument right But yet find out why white supremacy is so prevalent in this country. No i hear you. But i'm just saying no. I want to make that argument that you know they. They don't seem to have a problem doing that to our people. But you know you mentioned any kind of grave desecration they share you you you know the case that i bring forward for example and this is not a disc for towards jewish people but during the trump administration okay You know there were. There were gravestones. Knocked over in jewish cemeteries and the frigging vice. President united states went to new york to say this will not stand you know if we ask them for help for example it. The situation is at standing rock. Which i'm going to circle back to that later in the program today. Nothing crickets crickets. So there you go all right brother i'm done. I want to welcome everyone. That's joined us in chat recently tania. Ib morning.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Indiana Scoreboard update Here on Indian, the sports Congress, socks and girls high school basketball from around the state is there were many conference in county tournaments played on there and as well, beginning with the Twin Lakes Classic three teams. Everybody played twice. Twin Lakes Open the day with a very close 63 62 win over Indianapolis home school in Annapolis home school. Then turn around Gotta win over Lowell. 15 39 final game of the day came between Twin Lakes and low Twin Lakes. No problem there No Trudeau dramas you saw in the Indianapolis home school game 71 to 40. Was the final in that last one hide their conference playoffs. Park tutor 49 Liberty Christian 23, But there's two Christian defeats Muncie 1st 62 to 30 and Greenwood Question Greenlee Christian finishes today with a 60 to 50 win over university. One game played in each of the next three, beginning with the Northeast Corner Conference tournament. Angola 55 Lakeland, 45 Yorktown crushes Cowan 54 to 32 of the Delaware County tournament and in the Allen County Conference tournament. It was Jake County 52. Adam Central 48. Elsewhere around the state. Western be eastern green town. 74 35. Why was he 38 Mr Walker 24 Waldron tops eastern Handcock 57 46 Overtime game coach between Switzerland County and New Washington 49 to 41 3 Point win for Try They defeat Union County, 63 to 60. And finally, Vincent's Lincoln 58. South Knox 48. I'm ready gang. Welcome back college basketball tonight University Southern Indiana. Beach University, Indianapolis. 80 75 the return of coach Stan Gerard Ryan Soul had the.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I opposed the direct stimulus payment. Do. It's not the best way to get the money to people who might need it. One of people who has been really good at this is Dr Matt Will. He's an economist University, Indianapolis and the other day I read it in The New York Post from the Cold July nous for the Manhattan Institute. She's freaking brilliant. The better way to do this is to bolster unemployment benefits. For people who are actually out of a job or been reduced. That's the way to handle these things Naked. Save me, Tony. What about the business owner? Well, that's what people people age of protection program things were for. And I'm not saying they couldn't use the help. I'm saying that the scattershot approach I wasn't in favor of it the first time not in favor of it now. But when people heard $2000, which was a made up number, by the way it got made up by President Trump. Why $9000 a person? Let's go. What do we What do we do in just 4000? Cheap and lame, Empathetic. But 5000. Now we're talking about really helping people. I mean, if we just get make up numbers, I'm gonna make a big numbers. Why not? Alison would rather have 5000 and 2000 and that right, Alison? I mean, why not? That's what I'm saying, and that best paying for it. Screw it. Just take the money. Just take the money. So they vandalized their homes. You got to take a look at the two things, they said. On Mitch McConnell's home, They wrote, Where's my money? Nancy Pelosi's house, They wrote, Cancel rent. We want everything. I asked you the following What is it that they're telling you versus what is the conversation We're having. We'll have a conversation about wanting to help. People were having a conversation about how awful government has been locally and nationally in shutting things down and preventing people from being able to tomo work. Just choose their own course and live their own lives. How awful Congress has been in giving money to other places as opposed to Americans. That creates a lot of anger. Cancel rent. Where's my money? And we want everything. Cancel rent and we want everything are not things that are created written. I should say. From people who are engaged in our conversation. Those air people engaged in that socialism conversation. Which is very real. And she'll Kennedy. You and I are gonna have a conversation. Get into that story from the IBJ coming up, Matt Bear's got traffic..

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Letter that I wasn't perfect Weather center the time right now it's 6 35. This is inside the Vienna business Radio. I'm Gary Dick. Look for a partnership agreement today between Martin University, Indianapolis and Ivy Tech Community College that will focus on workforce development and career advancement for minority students. Numerous education leaders are expected to attend the event. Including Indiana Commission for Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lovers and entrepreneurial success story with ties to the military and firefighting is expanding its footprint, fire dogs, junk removal founder and CEO Bennett Grove. Is an Air Force veteran who launched the company nearly a decade ago Toe Holloway or do away with junk or structures that people don't want. Fire dogs has grown from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne and recently added Bloomington with Muncie in Lafayette, now on its radar, Grove says part of his model is forging workers into company leaders. And so that's kind of what's fueled our expansion project. So, for example, in Fort Wayne, the guy's leaving that operation have been with the company for three years. On their team member leading the Bloomington operation was with our company for two years and came through our training system. And it s so that's that outlet for growth. And that's what we plan to do with state a new era for the West Central Indiana Economic Development District. The organization has a new name thrive West Central. In addition to the new brand, there's a new leadership team and restructuring. Aimed at redefining the organization in the region from the state's number one source for Indiana. Business news you're listening to. Instead of the end of business radio businesses are collecting.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That it does. Is it the moderator's job in these debates to call that out? Or does that fall all at the feet of the other candidates? I think the challenge is really for the other candidate and opposition and your wife, the moderators looking at making sure everyone gets more lessons in that time that they are asked the questions they've been prepared for. I do think it's the moderator's job to make sure that the cannon there addressing the question, so if they didn't do that, the first life you could re ask it right. You could rephrase that. You could try to get them on it. I think it's hard, though, to ask the moderator to do too much, and in terms of the fact checking in some ways, I think if your candidate the good job telling a lie or a a twist on the truth, if you will In the opulent call them out. That's kind of opposition and a again I really enjoyed last night. Today. I thought the vice presidential candidate both did a stellar job. But they were both pretty good at catching those mistruth. If you will over those lives and no, actually, that's not the case. I do think at the end of day, that's part of the debate. That's not really the responsibility, the moderator, but that is the responsibility of each of the candidates that are on that stays there. So we were speaking with the doctor, Laura Wilson of University Indianapolis political science professor. Is there like some sort of official way to score? A debate like when you're sitting there watching that, or you like Is there a hashtag mark or a scratch mark in 11 for pence? One for Kamala is there is there? Ah Ah, procedure for that. You know, not that I am aware of your honor, something I I like that idea. I do know, Of course, people play bingo and drinking games and quite entertaining raising. We're raising our hands in the studio right now. That's us. I cut it right. I know. I don't know about the official scorecard. I I always look for style points, of course contacts in policy to but But I do think there's a lot of subjectivity there so But when you have debate class in college and There is there a winner and a loser. They threw me and I think that's what changes it from when you're looking at it. Maybe not local debate for the little debate because part of the context of what did they bring up? How accurate were they? How good were they selling their point? The actual rhetoric itself the tone how they address that the other candidate and then I also think it's such a televised debate, making sure you're with the audience periodically looking at the camera periodically, but not overdoing it. And there's a whole There's a whole school of things. I guess I'm trying to say that you have to take into consideration. But it just gets much harder with the political debate because of course, there that that line of political subjectivity and what What you are sold on what? You're gonna be influence. Of course. What you believed in the first place. Dr Laura Wilson University of Indianapolis Political science department last thing before we let you go here, the million dollar question. What do you think worked last night? What were some of the best moments and what were some of the worst moments last night? I think overall, the dynamic works so much better and and you really thought that was kind of a queen a moment, I think for both of the candidates, I thought you thought those pens and Harris when they were on stage. They were very articulate. They were very clear they were not usually shaken nor stirred relative to what you thought in the previous debate with the president, so that that dynamic really conveyed a sense of leadership and I think What we're going to keep seeing on the political horizon in the future. A good moment for pence certainly bring a fracking expression. You're talking about the Pennsylvania electorate. I think good moment for Harris was talking about the Corona virus and questions rolling that and think a lot of the debate worked. Generally speaking, the biggest questions coming off of this, and we opened this Conversation with? Well, we have another debate. We know we won't with vice presidential candidate That's all we see of them. And a lot of times they aren't as important in the administration. Certainly, they're not the president. Are we going to be here for the presidential candidate again? I think that's my big takeaway way. Leave from yesterday evening in the newsroom this morning and looking what comes on the future. Of course, we just don't know yet. Dr Laura Wilson, Political science professor. University of Indianapolis. Doctor, As always, we appreciate you taking the time as always. Thank you so much.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Quarter of white evangelicals either reject or resist Christian nationalism. Those who do subscribe to it have much more in common with each other, regardless of their faith, or even lack thereof than with the dissenting evangelicals in Christian nationalism. That Christian part seems to be negotiable. What draws the movement together is not devotion to God or religion, Casati, but rather to quote people like us usually white, an American born they want the power in the privilege that comes with Christian nationalism for them in the public sphere. And who delivers that to them. They don't care as much. But no matter what you personally believe. You do have to contend with Christianity in America because Christian nationalists make up more than half of the electorate. Of those, according to Whitehead study. 20% fiercely endorsed Christian nationalism when Americans are able to create symbolic boundaries about what it means to be an American, and if they're able to say that To be a citizen of the U. S. Is to be a Christian like us and again in quotes. Then those symbolic boundaries get translated into social boundaries where others don't have the same access to political parties or office or social services or even identifying who is a real citizen who convert And when groups legitimate their political positions and policies with the sacred then really all bets are off because if God has willed it, they should be willing to do whatever they need to, by any means necessary to ensure that it comes to pass. But then there are what Whitehead calls accommodate Er's fully 32% of us not so strident but not unsympathetic. I think many of those Americans they want to see Christianity play a role in American public life. But not to the extent that others are excluded completely. And so I feel is the more that they're exposed to different voices on the margins or different news sources that highlight the dissonance between perhaps teachings of Jesus. That they might begin to see. We need to start to move away from that one of the principal tactics of Christian nationalism. Ambassadors in recent years is to testify endlessly. About their religious persecution, which is baseless. This is a more recent turn using that rhetoric of religious freedom to support their views of how Social society should work. It isn't as though Muslim Americans or Jewish Americans or non religious Americans should have equal say it's that religious freedom means I should be able to live out. My faith and see my country reflect my views at the center of American Life. Andrew Whitehead is a professor of sociology at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis and author of Taking America Back for God. Christian nationalism in the United States. Trump.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An American born, they want the power and the privilege that comes with Christian nationalism for them in the public sphere. And who delivers that to them. They don't care as much. But no matter what you personally believe. You do have to contend with Christianity in America because Christian nationalists make up more than half of the electorate. Of those, according to Whitehead study. 20% fiercely endorse Christian nationalism when Americans were able to create symbolic boundaries about what it means to be an American, and if they're able to say that To be a citizen of the U. S. Is to be a Christian like us and again in quotes. Then those symbolic boundaries get translated into social boundaries where others don't have the same access to political parties or office or social services or even identifying who is a real citizen or who convert. And when groups legitimate their political positions and policies with the sacred then really all bets are off because if God has willed it, they should be willing to do whatever they need to, by any means necessary to ensure that it comes to pass. But then there are what Whitehead calls accommodate Er's fully 32% of us not so strident but not unsympathetic. I think many of those Americans they want to see Christianity play a role in American public life. But not to the extent that others are excluded completely. And so I feel is the more that they're exposed to different voices on the margins or different news sources that highlight the dissonance between perhaps teachings of Jesus. That they might begin to see. We need to start to move away from that one of the principal tactics of Christian nationalism. Ambassadors in recent years is to testify endlessly. About their religious persecution, which is baseless. This is a more recent turn using that rhetoric of religious freedom to support their views of how Social society should work. It isn't as though Muslim Americans or Jewish Americans or non religious Americans should have equal say it's that religious freedom means I should be able to live out my faith and see my country reflect my views at the center of American Life. Andrew Whitehead is a professor of sociology at Indiana University. Purdue University, Indianapolis. And author of Taking America Back for God. Christian nationalism in the United States to.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"American born, they want the power and the privilege that comes with Christian nationalism for them in the public sphere. And who delivers that to them. They don't care as much. But no matter what you personally believe. You do have to contend with Christianity in America because Christian nationalists make up more than half of the electorate. Of those, according to Whitehead study. 20% fiercely endorse Christian nationalism when Americans were able to create symbolic boundaries about what it means to be an American, and if they're able to say that To be a citizen of the U. S. Is to be a Christian like us and again in quotes, then those symbolic boundaries get translated into social boundaries where others don't have the same access to Political parties or office or social services, or even identifying who is a real citizen, or who convert and when groups legitimate their political positions and policies. With the sacred then really all bets are off because if God has willed it, they should be willing to do whatever they need to, by any means necessary to ensure that it comes to pass. But then there are what Whitehead calls accommodate Er's fully 32% of us not so strident but not unsympathetic. I think many of those Americans they want to see Christianity play a role in American public life. But not to the extent that others are excluded completely. And so I feel is the more that they're exposed to different voices on the margins or different news sources that highlight the dissonance between perhaps teachings of Jesus. That they might begin to see. We need to start to move away from that one of the principal tactics of Christian nationalism. Ambassadors in recent years is to testify endlessly. About their religious persecution, which is baseless. This is a more recent turn using that rhetoric of religious freedom to support their views of how Social society should work. It isn't as though Muslim Americans or Jewish Americans or non religious Americans should have equal say it's that religious freedom means I should be able to live out my faith and see my country reflect my views. At the center of American Life. Andrew Whitehead is a professor of sociology at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis and author of Taking America Back for God. Christian nationalism in the United States. Trump.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But rather to quote People like us usually white, an American born, they want the power and the privilege that comes with Christian nationalism for them in the public sphere. And who delivers that to them. They don't care as much. But no matter what you personally believe. You do have to contend with Christianity in America because Christian nationalists make up more than half of the electorate. Of those, according to Whitehead study. 20% fiercely endorse Christian nationalism when Americans were able to create symbolic boundaries about what it means to be an American, and if they're able to say that To be a citizen of the U. S. Is to be a Christian like us and again in quotes, then those symbolic boundaries get translated into social boundaries where others don't have the same access to Political parties or office or social services, or even identifying who is a real citizen, or who convert and when groups legitimate their political positions and policies. With the sacred then really all bets are off because if God has willed it, they should be willing to do whatever they need to, by any means necessary to ensure that it comes to pass. But then there are what Whitehead calls accommodate Er's fully 32% of us not so strident but not unsympathetic. I think many of those Americans they want to see Christianity play a role in American public life. But not to the extent that others are excluded completely. And so I feel is the more that they're exposed to different voices on the margins or different news sources that highlight the dissonance between perhaps teachings of Jesus. That they might begin to see. We need to start to move away from that one of the principal tactics of Christian nationalism. Ambassadors in recent years is to testify endlessly. About their religious persecution, which is baseless. This is a more recent turn using that rhetoric of religious freedom to support their views of how Social society should work. It isn't as though Muslim Americans or Jewish Americans or non religious Americans should have equal say it's that religious freedom means I should be able to live out my faith and see my country reflect my views at the center of American Life. Andrew Whitehead is a professor of sociology at Indiana University. Purdue University, Indianapolis. And author of Taking America Back for God. Christian Nationalism in the United States.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Some news from Jennifer Jones Lee and then we will continue handle on the news right here on K. If I am 6 40 live everywhere in the I Heart radio APP County Sheriff's homicide detectives air hoping to intervene in interview the deputies involved in a shooting in south L. A. That happened Monday afternoon. Didn't want to interview that night. So we're trying to schedule the interviews for Mid this week to end of the week, Lieutenant Braden Dean says an early report shows. Deputies tried to question a man Monday afternoon who violated the vehicle code on his bicycle, But the man ran off when deputies caught up. The man allegedly punched one of the deputies in the face, Dean says the man dropped a jacket and a gun fell out, He says the deputy started shooting when the man reached down towards the gun. I'm Steve Gregory L. A county sheriff's homicide bureau. Doorbell video from the shooting scene shows a man and woman walking out to their porch until gunshots started. Then the to go Back inside. The audio posted on ABC seven's website appears to reveal 14 gunshots and one unknown Sound. Sheriff's Investigators have not said how many shots were fired or if both deputies fired. In Monterey Park. Steve Gregory King of Fine News News is brought to you by Attorney Sweet James Bergner. The City Council president has filed a motion demanding a report from D. W P about the methane leak at a power station in the Valley Council President Nury Martinez says she's furious about the leak at the Valley generating Station in Sun Valley. She calls it a slap in the face and another environmental justice late on a community that has historically been overburdened with heavy industry. W P has said it won't be able to fix the leak for another couple of months. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden nous at the record straight again about his stance on violence during protests, Biden told W. T v. D in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has condemned toppling statues and burning things, even though President Trump keeps saying he hasn't just continually lies. You just flat lies about virtually everything. Biden says Trump is using the unrest in the country to distract from miss failures as president. He says he'll start traveling soon for his campaign. Saudi Arabia says it'll allow flights from Israel to Passover in route to the United Arab Emirates, the first ever commercial flight between Israel and the way he was stage this week to mark the historic diplomatic deal between the countries. Flying over Saudi territory cut the flight time in half, and researchers say Ah, hungry World Night turn toe worms. Lead researcher Christine Picard of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis says human populations are continuing to increase and the stress on protein production is increasing at an unsustainable rate. Picard's team, says the yellow meal worm, conservative alternative food source for many animals such as fish. Their waste can also act as an organic fertilizer. Aside from helping to feed and fertilize farms, the updo I study contends companies could even use thes crawlers in the meals. You give your pets Gina grad Phi News..

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

Taking Her Lead

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

"I said Oh I said. Are you getting? The team's ready for next Monday? And he was like yeah, and he said well my husband, and I would love to join, and he looked at me, and he said Oh I didn't know you played golf and I said Oh. I didn't say yes or no paid. I just said Oh. So I, get home. Evie and I said to my husband Acer. I. Know We're having dinner at your parents on Saturday, but on snake, a really major teaching me how to play golf because the next Monday you and I are going to be part of a force Oh. Gosh, and he looked at me and he goes. Oh my God! You know what you've just done. A million guys play golf. All the main. Yeah that I can't be left out. Something's gotTa. Give I've got A. I gotta find away. So that Sunday, we get to the driving range middle the summer and the first thing he says to me was. Are Your shoes with hat flip-flop sign and he was like. Like no, but like. Or your shoes. What do you mean like? Do you understand there's a billion dollar industry related golfing and you have on flip-flopped? Good call him immediately on my phone on Amazon Ordering Like Judas, Tat Puta Skull Skirt, and all this stuff that I can, but at the site that the sidetracked. Tools yeah. The next Sunday we get to the Gulf Country Club, and my husband was doing something and I was trying to get our clubs just had his clubs, and my husband's not really a golfer. Either he just had this old sat trenches, dad and cramp I mean it was really actually quite embarrassing. About it, but I was trying to get the club back over cart. Finally, the gentleman work came over to me and he said Yeah I. Don't think you know what you're doing. I said you're right I really don't and I said, but here's the thing. I got to be part of the team, and he just looked at me and he's like what I said. WE'RE GONNA lose with points with strokes whatever these things are called Guy I don't even know. I don't even know, am I? But I promised. We are GONNA. Make it up with lots of laughter. And Watson getting to know each other on the golf course because you guys. I gotta be part of eighteen I have to. And from that point on with a lot of reflection, I had to get vulnerable. I had to do something just ridiculous risk I don't even think I made contact with the ball. Maybe one that's. Really bad, but in terms of leadership, it was okay. I've got to figure out how to win them over, and then how by being humble and even though I've been brought in as. The person that knows primary care. Let me figure out what I can learn from them. Because I think a lot of times being an expert in something with building relationships, you can lose a lot perspective if you come in thinking. You're the only one who knows the stall I sometimes find that when I make myself the student, I can build a really great relationship there I. Try to use that some of. It's just I'm naturally inquisitive I love to read. Read and I love to figure out how things work, but that's one of the things that I try to use to connect, and the thing is. It's genuine for me. I'm genuinely interested in other things. In case, a golfing Gary, who realized I didn't know what I was doing, but he kind of took me under his wing, a little bit whenever I had questions at the organization I always have not funny. Laugh all right. We've already established in the. Off. and. Here's another thing. I don't understand you. Help me understand why we do it this way versus. Well. Here's the way to do it or here's way to do it right. I could take employed and then when I could ask questions back it helps. People be heard and. that their opinions than for. You're taking a risk to build a bridge right? Yeah, which that women didn't have to be the bridge builders, but it happens to be that women are very good at yeah. I was also thinking invest today. Your questions were really good that you sent thinking about what were in pivotal moments or touch points that when I was an Undergrad. I went to the Indiana. University Purdue University Indianapolis and I you campus urban campus in the middle of the city I, had mentioned earlier like to be involved in a lot of things, and the Chancellor of the university invited, the students said on his diversity cabinet. It was made up of all these high up. People throughout the Community Urban League ended up. All these deans and provost kind of intimidating for student. Yeah, I was just sitting there and. The first meeting. I. Said nothing the next meeting. I'll never forget that. We think this one of those things that sticks out in my head. Sam Jones with the head of the Urban League in Indianapolis for many years had forty plus year career there after that second meeting, he says. Miss Gilbert. Gilbert's my maiden name I noticed. You're not speaking in these meeting. I was impressed that he caught my name and I said well Mr Jones vs people are all really smart and deans and professors and come just here's the student representative I. Don't know if I'm supposed to even speak. Never, forget, you said. Amelia when you are invited and. and. You're sitting around the table. Your Voice is just important as everyone else says. and. He said when you leave this room. That may not be the case. Sometimes when I speak on that moment. That's like one of my most powerful leader Sherp things. because. I think that it really inspired me to me. That's one of those life lessons that after you get a few years of experience under your belt. You start going Oh, yeah, Mr Jones is right. But you know how woman will maybe go to a door. Maybe they need a signature or something, and they kind of knock, and they kind of like. totter back and forth. Hey, hi, Excuse me, I know you're super busy, but can I. Get that signature there reluctantly asking if they can bother you in order to do their job. Yeah, it's an apology. Yeah, I had someone on my staff who would come to my door and do that. She did a couple of times and I stopped her I said. Why do you get these signatures for me? She said what do you mean? And I said well help me understand, and she said well I pull the payroll together. Walk me through the whole payroll process. Interested, but I can't it onto this step until I get someone the VP level to sign off base. Are you telling me that when you come into this room? You are playing a critical role. For us to make sure that payroll gets done on time or the thousand employees we have, and she was like. Why don't think about it that way, but yeah? And I said Okay so next week or you know two weeks when you come in. You play an important role. Right because we all want to get paid. We're not doing this for free. And I said when you come to my or come with confident I signature for your job. You GotTa have that. Don't apologize. I skipped. It's critical to your role. Don't apologize. I think that that's something women do. Yes, we have to stop apologizing for that critical role that we platinum if it's payroll if it seem chief medical officer at your home, we do that a lot I try to not do it and I tried to encourage others to do it because I think..

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

Taking Her Lead

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

"Oh. So I, get home. Evie and I said to my husband Acer. I. Know We're having dinner at your parents on Saturday, but on snake, a really major teaching me how to play golf because the next Monday you and I are going to be part of a force Oh. Gosh, and he looked at me and he goes. Oh my God! You know what you've just done. A million guys play golf. All the main. Yeah that I can't be left out. Something's gotTa. Give I've got A. I gotta find away. So that Sunday, we get to the driving range middle the summer and the first thing he says to me was. Are Your shoes with hat flip-flop sign and he was like. Like no, but like. Or your shoes. What do you mean like? Do you understand there's a billion dollar industry related golfing and you have on flip-flopped? Good call him immediately on my phone on Amazon Ordering Like Judas, Tat Puta Skull Skirt, and all this stuff that I can, but at the site that the sidetracked. Tools yeah. The next Sunday we get to the Gulf Country Club, and my husband was doing something and I was trying to get our clubs just had his clubs, and my husband's not really a golfer. Either he just had this old sat trenches, dad and cramp I mean it was really actually quite embarrassing. About it, but I was trying to get the club back over cart. Finally, the gentleman work came over to me and he said Yeah I. Don't think you know what you're doing. I said you're right I really don't and I said, but here's the thing. I got to be part of the team, and he just looked at me and he's like what I said. WE'RE GONNA lose with points with strokes whatever these things are called Guy I don't even know. I don't even know, am I? But I promised. We are GONNA. Make it up with lots of laughter. And Watson getting to know each other on the golf course because you guys. I gotta be part of eighteen I have to. And from that point on with a lot of reflection, I had to get vulnerable. I had to do something just ridiculous risk I don't even think I made contact with the ball. Maybe one that's. Really bad, but in terms of leadership, it was okay. I've got to figure out how to win them over, and then how by being humble and even though I've been brought in as. The person that knows primary care. Let me figure out what I can learn from them. Because I think a lot of times being an expert in something with building relationships, you can lose a lot perspective if you come in thinking. You're the only one who knows the stall I sometimes find that when I make myself the student, I can build a really great relationship there I. Try to use that some of. It's just I'm naturally inquisitive I love to read. Read and I love to figure out how things work, but that's one of the things that I try to use to connect, and the thing is. It's genuine for me. I'm genuinely interested in other things. In case, a golfing Gary, who realized I didn't know what I was doing, but he kind of took me under his wing, a little bit whenever I had questions at the organization I always have not funny. Laugh all right. We've already established in the. Off. and. Here's another thing. I don't understand you. Help me understand why we do it this way versus. Well. Here's the way to do it or here's way to do it right. I could take employed and then when I could ask questions back it helps. People be heard and. that their opinions than for. You're taking a risk to build a bridge right? Yeah, which that women didn't have to be the bridge builders, but it happens to be that women are very good at yeah. I was also thinking invest today. Your questions were really good that you sent thinking about what were in pivotal moments or touch points that when I was an Undergrad. I went to the Indiana. University Purdue University Indianapolis and I you campus urban campus in the middle of the city I, had mentioned earlier like to be involved in a lot of things, and the Chancellor of the university invited, the students said on his diversity cabinet. It was made up of all these high up. People throughout the Community Urban League ended up. All these deans and provost kind of intimidating for student. Yeah, I was just sitting there and. The first meeting. I. Said nothing the next meeting. I'll never forget that. We think this one of those things that sticks out in my head. Sam Jones with the head of the Urban League in Indianapolis for many years had forty plus year career there after that second meeting, he says. Miss Gilbert. Gilbert's my maiden name I noticed. You're not speaking in these meeting. I was impressed that he caught my name and I said well Mr Jones vs people are all really smart and deans and professors and come just here's the student representative I. Don't know if I'm supposed to even speak. Never, forget, you said. Amelia when you are invited and. and. You're sitting around the table. Your Voice is just important as everyone else says. and. He said when you leave this room. That may not be the case. Sometimes when I speak on that moment. That's like one of my most powerful leader Sherp things. because. I think that it really inspired me to me. That's one of those life lessons that after you get a few years of experience under your belt. You start going Oh, yeah, Mr Jones is right. But you know how woman will maybe go to a door. Maybe they need a signature or something, and they kind of knock, and they kind of like. totter back and forth. Hey, hi, Excuse me, I know you're super busy, but can I. Get that signature there reluctantly asking if they can bother you in order to do their job. Yeah, it's an apology. Yeah, I had someone on my staff who would come to my door and do that. She did a couple of times and I stopped her I said. Why do you get these signatures for me? She said what do you mean? And I said well help me understand, and she said well I pull the payroll together. Walk me through the whole payroll process. Interested, but I can't it onto this step until I get someone the VP level to sign off base. Are you telling me that when you come into this room? You are playing a critical role. For us to make sure that payroll gets done on time or the thousand employees we have, and she was like. Why don't think about it that way, but yeah? And I said Okay so next week or you know two weeks when you come in. You play an important role. Right because we all want to get paid. We're not doing this for free. And I said when you come to my or come with confident I signature for your job. You GotTa have that. Don't apologize. I skipped. It's critical to your role. Don't apologize. I think that that's something women do. Yes, we have to stop apologizing for that critical role that we platinum if it's payroll if it seem chief medical officer at your home, we do that a lot I try to not do it and I tried to encourage others to do it because I think..

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Out how do you know which one I think there's a U. I. si calling I don't know somebody made that call has chandelier thank you thank you I don't know though Syracuse worthy but I didn't do my best on that you I see call the last are really a real quickly because we're here from Kevin fish man talk about the bears just a moment shout out to the allied I I L. L. W. I. N. the Illini defeating Indiana by a score of sixty seven to sixty six are just sent out to them because I'm surprised and a twenty nine record for the Illini and on top of that contract extension for Underwood while I don't have to do much to get extensive made only twenty was cool but I expect extension in season but it happens you know that is S. as that that safety net like who noise doing good I don't know it's probably the group and like this guy for a while may twenty wins is pretty good you don't get those very often what illinois' so twenty nine record for the Illini and they beat Indiana Indiana pencil up and down it's hard to recognize that team from time to time so shot to them you I see flames they will take on I you P. you why the rise in league tournament starts tomorrow at the credit you want to read a crisp I can I will have that call tomorrow at seven o'clock so I will not be here but you can find us ESPN plus for the first round of the horizon league tournament you I see against I. U. P. Y. Indian River university Purdue University Indianapolis R. U. P. Y. Tuesday at seven o'clock they'll be the first of the tournament if the flames win that game they play Thursday in the quarterfinal now be at Loyola because the buildings being use for you I see I guess the flames didn't know they sat so there's gonna be playing at Loyola so it's got might be a long week for yours truly I will not be here tomorrow though but you could find crystalline on ESPN plus Loyola versus Bradley Loyola one studies sixty seven to sixty six why that team they very well could win the valley again I can see it they've been very good this year and shout out to northwestern how about that but yes very much that's rock bottom for Hoiberg like so don't let that northwestern beat Nebraska it was Chris Collins gives Fred Hoiberg miserable teams miserable how about that you see the Nebraska for free throw percentage in that game oh wait hold on I did not see that get ready to laugh hold on a second let me look at this real look at this together and we got a hold on a second Tyler we're gonna go over here and take down the Illinois box score slide over here while boy US computer slow hold on a second big ten slide down and it's Tuesday's games Sunday northwestern Nebraska box score Nebraska free throws full Nebraska eight for thirty from the foul line whole leave leave twenty six percent for the other follow yeah that now here's the thing that's an upset Nebraska went to the food at home they went to the foul line more than northwestern it was only eight for thirty from the foul line and then you lose a noti and losing in overtime well that's pretty bad just this just in that's pretty bad about that Fred Hoiberg he yeah not not so funny Fred that's so funny so the northwestern needing a victory to get it done they're not two and sixteen conference tremendous all right we move on to Karen Fisher brain as we talk bears with him next season.

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In sixty four to twenty number sixteen Northfield be southward fifty four to twenty nine north for million over Clinton's central forty nine to forty three it was deal ville sixty three try said troll fifty four blue river valley up and try to buy a point to win sectional fifty six the final score there forty two to forty one north central farmers bird beat Bloomfield for the sexual fifty seven title forty to twenty four Bethesda Christian beat Indianapolis riverside seventy three to thirty eight it was number eight Greenwood Christian beating Indianapolis Lou threatened in the sexual fifty nine championship final score eighty two to forty four Jackson delve a win their twelfth street girls basketball sectional championship it was tough though they be Waldron forty two thirty six in sexual number sixty number six lanes real beat new Washington by triple fifty four fifty one in sexual sixty one it was number three Trinity Lutheran beating west Washington forty seven to thirty eight the top team in class one A. remains alive look goatee wind sectional sixty three tonight baby Orleans forty four two thirty two AM to wrap it all up sexual sixty four goes to number nine to come see they beat number ten springs valley tonight fifty three to forty two all of the final scores from all sixty four girls basketball sectional championship N. B. hearings for the regionals next Saturday in find all that information on our Twitter we've posted at all at I. N. D. sports talk with networking in sports I'm rob Connie well done rob gonna the tremendous amount of work well done college basketball University Indianapolis ninety two sixty three winners at William Jewell stand drawer joins me staying.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The tremendous amount of work well done college basketball University Indianapolis ninety two sixty three winners at William Jewell stand drawer joins me staying great week for your guys good overtime win on Thursday against rockers solid win tonight very well done for the hands thank you thank you bye bye appreciate your great week for you are a great when it rockers on Thursday night down four points with twenty seven seconds ago took it over time that no one time markers laid them of put his arms back down the stretch scored twenty six second have right played dual mission today your government on Thursday night so that kind of guy ever since yeah yeah I did take a while but at least they got a they got our attention hi you boys well tonight doctors later motorcade knowledge of twenty six on Thursday twenty three July of relate very really well with sixteen six but I was going standpoint I owe it was marketplace but Arnold so what do you do your job we all those guys a thirty six year of from the field and eleven percent you know if this is three point shooting team we talk about it we are we've got those guys pretty well over thirty so total team effort thereby ballroom deacons is tell me a little bit easier now well now you chance to come home plate Quincy on Thursday Truman state on Saturday they're all big at this time you're staying yeah absolutely and we our flight to get to the first place but it helps to read everything is set reports and only the pretty good place right now to skip the caliphate results but at the same time we got to your business this little while at all next week St George basketball coach at the university of Indianapolis greyhounds win at William Jewell ninety two sixty three stand thanks so much for the time good luck next role always good talking thanks so much Pacers lose tonight to the pelicans one six twenty four one seventeen the Pacers Jeremiah Johnson joins a fellow Jeremiah hello Bob are you Hey let me talk about the game the basketball day Indiana it went well you were great too bad I'm sorry Peru lost but one of one what a fun fun day of basketball you all did a fantastic job as usual thank you very much this is the fourth annual basketball they Indiana remember the very first time I heard this idea approaching it was foxsports you Indiana and the Pacers kind of getting together with the I. eight today and then we have this idea to really have a date just about basketball actually to be honest started with foxsports so nor in hockey day Minnesota tomorrow thing and so we kind of I tried to have high school college and pro coverage throughout the day and for the fourth year the only thing is it didn't end well with the Pacers losses you many great moments I spent so much time as a youngster at memorial gym growing up in Peru and actually one of a kind of cloth in my younger days and so I was at a memorial gym about a month ago for the press conference to announce that not able to broadcast the games the day crap while in the navy yelled at a great job with two of those games and Kevin Lee in college have a lot of money to be able to be at bankers life fieldhouse and kind of be in between programming and and to watch my three Tigers on fox working wonders talking within a day yeah buddy all right four in a row the wrong way for the Pacers right now I know what your mind I I do this I'm sorry this is bad radio I'm getting some really good and bad radio Hey all do this break okay okay welcome back talk to Jeremiah Johnson from the Pacers they.

"university indianapolis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

08:03 min | 3 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"America's under attack by China. But not with military weapons. You see? Our universities have been slow in coming to terms with the problems posed by Chinese influence. They are now finally beginning to work with the national security community respond to China's attempts to infiltrate our higher education system and abuse those relationships to advance Beijing's agenda, but that pushback is just beginning recently to major universities independently took steps to disentangle their cooperation with Chinese entities. The Massachusetts technology announced it would end all collaboration with Chinese tech giant's Z T E, both firm stand accused by our government of sanction-busting and our intelligence community believes both are susceptible to Chinese government influence and Indiana University decided to immediately close the Confucius institute at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis camp. Quote, this decision ensures ongoing operations of some programs impacted by federal changes around in Chinese language programs said university spokesman Chuck Carey Confucius institutes Chinese government-sponsored, language and culture, schools embedded inside educational institutions. They are wholly controlled by China's education ministry, and are part of the Chinese communist party's United front foreign influence operations about ninety of the campuses, Indiana, University hosts several Pentagon funded language programs and responding to legislation. Congress recently passed that is meant to ensure the US government language programs aren't being mixed with Chinese government wants university is now one of about a dozen US educational institutions to cut ties with their Confucius institutes when national security professionals I out of the alarm about Chinese partnerships in our universities last year. The academic sector was skeptical. Resistant, but now through a mixture of external pressure and internal debate more US colleges and universities are taking a sober look at the Chinese government's presence on their campuses. And are deciding to tail it in February two thousand eighteen FBI director Christopher Wray publicly accused the academic sector of. About counterintelligence vulnerability posed by Confucius institutes last June banks of Senator Marco Rubio of Florida lead twenty six lawmakers calling on the education department to examine research partnerships on more than fifty US campuses, the issue of Chinese influence in US academic is complex not all. The same not all these research partnerships carry security risks. That's why policymakers academic leaders are coalescing around a strategy calls for the Chinese government linked programs in US campuses to demonstrate more transparency, accountability and reciprocity. A February report from the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations revealed. Huge deficiencies in all three of these areas the investigations found that nearly seventy percent of universities with Confucius institutes failing to properly report their Chinese government funding. The education department is required by law. The State Department doesn't even track how many visas have gone to Confucius institute teachers but last year alone the State Department revoked thirty two research visas for Confucius institutes instructors because they were teaching k twelve classes rather than actually doing research and indeed one Confucius institute was caught coaching instructors to lie about it. Meanwhile, investigators found that the Chinese government is blocking corresponding but much smaller US State Department program to open American cultural centers Chinese universities. It's clear that for the Chinese. This is not about educating students in both countries as I said, this is a form of warfare and they're doing really well. Our investigations have found that schools in the US from kindergarten to college have provided a level of access to the Chinese government that the Chinese government refuses to provide to us and quotes of committee chairman Rob Portman of Republican Ohio said at a recent hearing. Countries attempt to spread soft power, many countries conduct has to be an inside the US, what makes Chinese case so special is the comprehensive maneuver which Beijing uses various arms of influence to infiltrate our institutions and gradually bend them towards his political games. Confucius institutes exist. As part of China's broader broad term strategy, the report states through Confucius institutes. The Chinese government is tempting to change the impression in the US. And around the world that China is an economic insecurity threat. The Chinese government influence campaign inside the US is difficult to understand and even more difficult to talk about, but that's by design. It will take all sectors of our government and society working together to further comprehend Beijing strategy, and then to respond smartly to protect our society troops this time in history, we need to be sure our youth know and understand our history, and our government and know how to compare our nation to others, and this is an area in which the US system is very very weak. China and others are taking advantage of our ignorance of our own heritage to make their dictatorships look desirable. And those are my comments today. You're listening to frontlines of freedom. And now we get to enjoy some warrant wisdom with worn off your old Ashby. This week if the department offense gets their way the commissary budget. We'll take a twenty one percent cut in twenty twenty. Of course, this to get approved by congress. I defense officials are asking for nine hundred ninety five million taxpayer funding to operate the two hundred and thirty six commissary stores worldwide that is down from one point two seven billion in two thousand nineteen the budget. Cut comes as department offense is moving towards merging the three military exchange systems in the commissary system into one defense resell enterprise enough to save money. But that proposal has not been approved yet in order for the department offense to fully mersal systems. Some walls are going to have to change the current law that requires separate military commissary exchange systems. This isn't anything new. Although the commissary budget is only about two tenths of one percent of the overall defence budget for many years. There have been people inside the department offense that floated proposals to reduce the commissary budget. The defense comes her agency's budget reduction is tied to a series of DOD internally directed cuts that began back in fiscal year twenty sixteen since that time the commissary agency has been taking steps to reduce operating costs while still maintaining customer service levels and congressionally mandated patron saving levels. The commissary has introduced a number of private label products and has gone from a system that previously sold all products that cost from the vendor to a system that allows them to markup or markdown prices. Thus generating profits that can be used to pay for some of the operating costs in reduced taxpayer dollars. Mike question are commisar is even necessary anymore. Okay. Maybe those at those remote basis where there's no other grocery stores or anything around. But everywhere else I found that the regular grocery stores had very similar prices to the commissary. Some vantage is any more than again, just really often this one prefer lanes of freedom to four Nassir Rolodex. Be bacterial. Straight ahead on frontlines of freedom. We'll discuss the warriors journey with Colonel Scott mcchrystal, then we'll meet author Neil Hanson and discuss air America. All this is coming up. You're standing tall the front lines them. Right back time for.

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"university indianapolis" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"university indianapolis" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Comments by the Colonel no surprise, America's under attack by China. But not with military weapons. You see? Our universities have been slow in coming to terms with the problems posed by Chinese influence. They are now finally beginning to work with the national security community to respond to China's attempts to infiltrate our higher education system and abuse those relationships to advance Beijing strategic agenda, but that pushback is just beginning recently to major universities independently took steps to disentangle their cooperation with Chinese entities. The Massachusetts Institute of technology announced it would end all collaboration with Chinese tech giant's while way and Z T E. Both firm stand accused by our government of sanction-busting and our intelligence community believes both are susceptible to Chinese government influence. And Indiana University decided to immediately close the Confucius institute at Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis campus, quote, this decision ensures ongoing operations of some programs within you impacted by federal changes surrounding Chinese language programs said university spokesman Chuck Carey Confucius institutes are Chinese government sponsored language and culture schools embedded inside US educational institutions. They are wholly controlled by China's education ministry, and are part of the Chinese communist party's United front. Foreign influence operations are about ninety of the US campuses, Indiana, University hosts several Pentagon-funded language programs and is responding to legislation. Congress recently passed that is meant to ensure that US government language programs aren't being mixed with Chinese government ones university is now one of about a dozen US educational institutions to cut ties with their Confucius. Institutes when national security professionals I out of the alarm about Chinese partnerships in our universities last year. The academic sector was skeptical and resistant, but now through a mixture of external pressure and internal debate more US colleges and universities are taking the sober look at the Chinese government's presence on their campuses and are deciding to Kerr tale it in February two thousand eighteen FBI director Christopher Wray publicly accused the academic sector of a naive attache about counterintelligence vulnerability posed by Confucius institutes last June banks of Senator Marco Rubio of Florida lead. Twenty-six lawmakers calling on the education department to examine why research partnerships on more than fifty US campuses, the issue of Chinese influence in US academic is complex not all Confucius institutes, operate the same not all these research partnerships carry security risks. That's why policy makers and academic. You leaders are coalescing around a strategy calls for a Chinese government linked programs in US campuses to demonstrate more transparency, accountability and reciprocity. A February report from the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations revealed. Huge deficiencies in all three of these areas the investigations found that nearly seventy percent of universities with Confucius institutes were failing to properly report their Chinese government. Funding to the education department is required by law. The State Department doesn't even track how many visas have gone to Confucius institute features. But last year alone the State Department revoked thirty two research visas for Confucius institutes instructors because they were teaching k twelve classes rather than actually doing research and indeed one Confucius institute was caught coaching instructors to lie about it. Meanwhile, investigators found that the Chinese government is blocking corresponding but much smaller US State Department program to open American cultural centers Chinese universities. It's clear that for the Chinese. This is not about educating students in both countries as I said, this is a form of warfare and they're doing really well. Quote, our investigations have found that schools in the US from kindergarten to college have provided a level of access to the Chinese government that the Chinese government refuses to provide us and quote subcommittee chairman, Rob Portman of Republican Ohio said at a recent hearing, you know, his countries attempt to spread soft power, many countries conduct espionage inside the US what makes Chinese case so special is the comprehensive maneuver which Beijing uses various arms of influence to infiltrate our institutions and gradually Ben them towards his political games Confucius institutes exist as part of China's broader broad term strategy, the report states through Confucius institutes. The Chinese government is attempting to change the impression in the US. And around the world that China is an economic insecurity threat. The Chinese government influence campaign inside the US is difficult to understand and even more difficult to talk about, but that's by design. It will take. All sectors of our government and society working together to further comprehend Beijing strategy, and then to respond smartly to protect our society troops. This is time in history, we need to be sure our youth know and understand our history, and our government and know how to compare our nation to others, and this is an area in which the US education system is very very weak, China and others are taking advantage of our ignorance of our own heritage to make their dictatorships look desirable. And those are my comments today. This is a Gillam. You're listening to frontlines of freedom. And now we get to enjoy some warrant wisdom with four year old. Ashley what have this week rolling? If the department offense gets their way the commissary budget. We'll take a twenty one percent cut in twenty twenty. Of course, this left to get approved by congress. I defense officials are asking for nine hundred ninety five million in taxpayer funding to operate the two hundred and thirty six commissary stores worldwide that is down from one point two seven billion in two thousand nineteen the budget. Cut comes as a department offense is moving towards merging, the three military exchange systems and the commissary system into one defend resell enterprise internet for to save money. But that proposal has not been approved yet in order for the department offense to fully merge. Those systems some laws are going to have to change one's like the current law that requires separate military commissary and exchange systems. This isn't anything new although the commissary budget is only about two tenths of one percent of the overall defense budget for many years. There've been people inside the department offense that floated proposals to reduce the commissary budget. The defense comes her agency's budget reduction is tied to a series of DOD internally directed cuts that began back in fiscal year twenty sixteen since that time the commissary agency has been taking steps to reduce its operating costs while still maintaining customer service levels and congressionally mandated patron saving levels. The commissary has introduced a number of private label products and has gone from a system that previously sold all products that cost from the vendor to a system that allows them to markup or markdown prices. Thus generating profits that can be used to pay for some of the operating costs and reduce taxpayer dollars. My question are commisar is even necessary anymore. Okay. Maybe those at those remote basis where there's no other scruffy source or anything around. But everywhere else I've found that the regular grocery stores had very similar prices to the commissary. So I'm not sure if the bandages anymore, then again, I'm just really often this one prefer Atlanta freedom to four and all of Rolodex be Becky journal. Straight ahead on frontlines of freedom. We'll discuss the warriors journey with Colonel Scott mcchrystal, then we'll meet author. Neil Hamson and discussed air America. All this is coming up on Colonel. Denny gillem. You're standing tall with the frontlines of freedom under right back through.

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