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"university southern california" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Calendar on the wall in the frame there is a new study from USC university of southern California that is found the same infection rate pretty much pretty close to the same infection rate Los Angeles county at the Stamford people found in Santa Clara county they are USC study says that they found infections could be up to fifty five times higher than the confirmed cases number now in Santa Clara county it was fifty five fifty to eighty five times higher the LA county survey done by U. S. C. said that the infection rate could be up to fifty five times I just say my bottom line if there had been that many infections then the mortality rate were way below what we think and yesterday the scarf queen was asked about this grab audio sound bite number seven John Roberts university southern California LA public health department penetrance of the virus maybe forty times what it's believed to be as many as four hundred and forty two thousand people may have been affected I'm wondering if you've seen that what your thoughts are star for the last three weeks I've been talking about the level of a symptomatic spread younger age groups may have more a symptomatic disease and you're a symptomatic disease may decrease with your older age groups and that you're symptomatic disease might increase with age groups this is still our working hypothesis we have no data right now still to support that but it's these kinds of studies that helped out this is a highly contagious virus and so all of us as far as protecting others must continue to do all of the recommendations to ensure that when we are in a symptomatic state we're not passing the virus to others just let me just anything that suggests the lockdown policy could be relaxed or may not have.
"university southern california" Discussed on WTVN
"Billy cunningham. The great American. Let's continue. Now. Marc McClure is the head of citizens for self governance has written many pieces, daily, caller, etc. Many other places and Mark Mark macular, welcome, I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Mark. How are you? Great to be with you Bill. Great day to be an American. Let's talk about number one. I've coming up in about thirty minutes. Wayne Allyn root live Las Vegas, Nevada wrote a column today in Las Vegas newspaper talked about the fact that his son who's eighteen years old done everything right in his life had like a sixteen hundred on the SAT got some sort of an award of one type or another and I can make award and he applies university southern California, which is his his number one choice to go to school at USC. And he finds out that big time liberals and others. Horned him out of there by he's gonna follow lawsuit against him about the so-called white privilege, which liberals talk about all the time, except when it benefits them when it benefits them. They're very happy to employed. Give me your thoughts on the college admittance scandal. And what does says says about white liberals and others. Well, I mean, first of all the ultimate hypocrisy has left today, if they didn't have double standards, they'd have no standards at all. Well, we really have the ruling you'll eat that is working to protect the ruling elite status in these institutions have what they call legacy. In other words, if your parents went there, you're going to get in you're going to be able to go their big donors or able to get their kids in and now, apparently you can buy your way into the and so what we've done is taken. What were some of the finest educational institutions in the world places that really should have at one point been held in very high esteem and other essentially fake factories the kids who are going in there or not necessarily qualified to be there. And frankly, when they come out, they don't have much education very little in fact, there indoctrinate when I watched what happened to Chelsea Clinton liberals liberal who's pregnant when the third child on Friday night or might have been Saturday night goes to NYU just show respect some sort of vigil was being held for the fifty Muslims killed in New Zealand, and she goes there and she's viciously attacked by New York University, liberals, ripping her for stoking the hatred behind the slaughter in a sense, New York, University students blamed Chelsea. Z Clinton I talking into hatred behind New Zealand shootings and said they blamed her for the killings along with the president. So somehow Trump and Chelsea Clinton got together to incentivize a mass murderer a white nationalist racist and New Zealand to kill fifth fifty Muslims. That's the kind of university system. We have collected gone. Completely mad. I've been on a lot of these campuses all across it's literally just insanity. This point you. I think you used the right word. These are indoctrination factories. This is not a coincidence. It's not a mistake. It's not a surprise. This is something the left has been intentionally doing since the nineteen sixties. This is what marxists calling the long March the institutions or seeing the endgame of that March, and I see it, and I know what's going on. And it can't be stopped. Because can you imagine being conservative? Ben Shapiro you and others try to show up on a college campus and express a different opinion the first. I amendment does not apply in college campus, and normally go these places are forty fifty sixty thousand dollars a year and their doctor it with a certain political philosophy and God help you. If you stray from the company line now getting back to New Zealand..
50 charged in largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by DOJ
"Fifty people including Hollywood stars, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan charged in a scheme in which wealthy. Parents allegedly bribed college coaches and other insiders to get their children in the some of the nation's most elite schools. Federal authorities called it the biggest college admission scam ever it's not an explain that later we'll ever prosecuted maybe by the US Justice department with the parents accused of paying an estimated twenty five million dollars in bribes. These parents are a catalog a wealthy and privileged. US? Attorney. Andrew leveling said in announcing the results from an investigation code named operation varsity blues scandal is certain to inflame longstanding complaints that children of the wealthy and well-connected of the inside track in college, admissions sometimes through big timely donations from their parents and that privilege, begets privilege. Oh, sure. All these wealthy. Parents aren't giving five hundred million dollars to pretend that their kids. Play sports. Sure. Sure. See the media just can't control itself. It's got to be a bigger narrative class warfare. Why don't we just stick with the facts? At least nine athletic coaches and thirty-three parents many of them prominent in law, finance or business were among those charged. Dozens including Huffman were arrested by midday. The coaches worked at such schools. As Yale Stanford Georgetown Wake Forest university of Texas university, southern California university of California, Los Angeles. A former Yale soccer coach pleaded guilty and helped build the case against others. Prosecutors said parents paid in admissions consultant from twenty eleven through last month abroad, broad coaches, and administrators to falsely make their children look like star athletes to boost their chances of getting into
"university southern california" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"And I thought oh my gosh. No. I'm most qualified to handle the money. But my mentor told me this is this is great advice. She set remember, this whatever you do. He won't do if you want a man to be strong in a certain area. Take your hands off of it and pray and today, my husband hand is our money. He is so good at it. I can go shopping. He can tell me everywhere. I went by the time. I. You're proud of his man. And I am I am a big transition the big transition, and it was an act of my wheel to submit. That's not a bad word is God's way. When you guys way you get his result. So we've been happening married thirty nine years. It's not an issue. Do you know how many phone calls you just caused us to call and say Debra said what? Yes. Amid is the nastiest word in the Christian dictionary now, but it isn't because all you're saying God's way, I understand it. But for us men, that means we have a responsibility. Absolutely. And we submit to each other. And I think the meant to mention you mentioned the financial background. I think he went to university southern California. Is that a master's degree? Yes. In finance? Yeah. I hated finance. I love that love it marketing. But what some of that spiritual financial advice, you could give to those who do lack and fear fear that lack whether they're in an older age situation or their middle age. They're saying I just don't have enough to meet the need in that fear that can be all consuming. I know here's my key to not fearing lack of in finances because I feel like I've ensured myself against lack how do I did how did we do that? He says Gibney shall be given to you. So we tied tied. We do the three levels of giving. We we give ties ten percent of our income. We've never I am not kidding you. We have never not tied thirty nine years of marriage. But because of that I am very on. We when it looks like the enemy is gonna take my money. I'm like, oh, no. You don't. I'm sure it gets back. So we ties we give offerings over above our ties, and we give alms those do for other people, and listen, they have been times we did that when we really didn't work on paper for us to do it. What we got? We're trusted you trusting you. And so I always say, I'm insured against lack. God is going on a his word give and it will be given to you. So I've been surrounded with all kinds of favorite. We've been given trips around the world across the world. Just in have to pay anything for it. Because we stand that and expect that tation is gosh on on a his word. But even if you didn't get that you'd be okay. Right. But not be okay. I don't have to have an abundance store it up. I need to know. I need to believe that guy's going to provide for my daily need. I say that because it's important not to give with expectation. Really? What is here's the deal? You don't give to get. Right. But you give expect got on a his word. Right. So it's not like I gave you gotta give me to just have the confidence of knowing that got his promise that and he's going to honor that that is good stuff. Deborah authored, the book, thirty days to taming, your fears. This is an awesome resource, especially this idea of thirty day trial. Give it a go. See if it helps you give it gives you peace, which is what got promises. Absolutely. I I think we don't realize it God doesn't mind being put to the test. That's right. He doesn't. And he said test me, I'm like, all right? Let's go. What good reminder to trust God in the.
"university southern california" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Hour taking the wraps off another hour I guess that's probably more appropriate DJ time seven. After the hour I'm Doug Steph curry Keelan Kerry schilling Jennifer's. Off today so Victoria goes to, you. To have the trend as we lead off the hour well we've got some new education news for this new role new rules that are. Being proposed by the secretary of education Betsy DeVos is changing the federal policy on campus sexual misconduct? And this is kind of controversial because a, lot of people don't like the fact that it will actually, boost the rights of the accused and. So now these are students who are accused of rape and other forms of sexual assault and harassment it will now be. More difficult to get them a conviction And the new proposed rules. Will let the schools to choose their own level of evidence. So if they want if they say that there needs to be video or audio evidence of a crime then they're allowed to do that. And someone is if someone reports a rape or some sort of misconduct without that type of evidence depending. On what the school sets us the standard that's kind of That's obviously not. Great for victims the new rules would also allow victims and the accused perpetrators to request evidence from. One, another and to cross examine. One another now this is a big change back, under the Obama administration they saw mediation is inappropriate because they said that, it would allow one party to intimidate and the other party especially the victim, and so now this these new rules they are encouraging mediation the proposed rules also hold. Schools responsible only for, investigating incidents that take place on their own campus now this is a big change, if you live in a fraternity. House and technically if you're off campus and you commit a rape or you are raped the school, has no jurisdiction and is not legally responsible to, do anything about Let's change but why what's the point why now this I don't know I really good question and it's got a lot of people. Asking the same question. Because there are so many, favorites now. We have? Been this seems? To? Be, very Left handed it seems to be very the the question here is why now. And what's the root of this especially when there is so much sexual misconduct there are so. Many problems there are so many rapes there is so many salts is so much arrangement so why loosen the rules. At this point in, time it seems questionable and It does and. You know during the eight years that Obama was, an office we saw so many of, these cases came to light and it's not that they weren't. Always happening but they just became more public and probably social media had a big part in, that and so the Obama administration required schools to investigate complaints no. Matter where the students lived if. They lived in off campus housing. Or department if they were student, in the university the university was, responsible for investigating that to wipe that away. And to only if you're. In a dorm to only be protected if you're in the dorm that's I'm. Not making this political because I think it's not political it has become no I don't understand it it's a football and it's very it will not get them, any votes tell you that in terms of understanding schools will love it motivation well the. Schools are having the kids won't like it families won't, like it people have a conscience. Won't like it right so at the moment and, if you think about it like right, now Ohio State which we talked about this university southern California. Michigan state they're all coping with really serious charges members of faculty and staff at least three, schools have been accused of failing to protect students from sexual misconduct. By coaches Campbell Dr Things, like that, so now, the schools now this also extends to. If a faculty member is. Off campus and rapes a student the school is under no legal responsibility to investigate the crime, the parents Even if, they are the people who are involved in these things can do the investigating or have them investigated on their own and then they. Can bring to light. Things that may connect them to the school and then the school has to get involved and it just what, their is the sexual realities of obtuse to sexual desires and. Misconduct here's The sex in the church and that all Gary Ray we. Get all kinds of sexual stuff floating around here some other, news the, folks at NBC apparently threatened Ronan Farrow if he continued to work on the? Sexual assault allegations against Weinstein and the threats, came from the general counsel Susan winer in a, series of phone calls main to Ronan Farrow. And, this is just becoming again part of the whole discussion what is there that everybody is so afraid of the rich the powerful, the people that can put other people in a place of of discomfort disease what, is this all about just power control I think didn't he didn't Ronin also, interview someone one of the women who accused Matt Lauer. Yeah That's sort of an. NBC All right, also in a related story supreme court this week ruling against a Catholic. Foster care nonprofit in Philadelphia That. Refuses to certify married same sex couples as prospective foster. Parents because of religious objections to same sex marriage okay get that they may be opposed to same, sex marriage that's their right to. Do that. Right wherever if you are not certifying the couples because. Of, that. It doesn't. Mean that they're bad it will you can say that you don't like same sex marriages okay fine But the. Problem is they're getting city way yeah that's really what this is all about the supreme. Court said no one's forcing. You, to, take. City money the city money you're one of thirty. Agencies that helps that works through their child welfare system so you have to, go by the rules and Philadelphia does not allow discrimination so this is the like they, want? To have it both ways they want to take the city Monday also want to have their own rules and standards. So. That's why they lost no no Nope so it's interesting. How this spring court is now let's not even back in session about this has been floating around, for awhile a Catholic social services. And the. City funds do not go together like love and marriage. Right, so I love the lawyers oh my God don't. You just love the lawyers. When, it, comes. To stuff like this the lawyers on both sides. Of paid guns you think that people that I represented a Catholic social services, really believe with the Catholic churches their religious foundations are or are they just getting five, hundred? Bucks I don't know but it doesn't really. Matter because even defense attorneys don't care if their client is guilty or not it's their job, to get out about, the truth it's about win wearing let's win Right in a moment. The story of that to Georgia medical examiner's laws. We seem to be. On this E. x. train will throw one more.
"university southern california" Discussed on Are You Real
"The LA times been is dedicated to mentoring young people. He has shared his story on college campuses, corporate events, churches, and the fellowship of Christian athletes and young life events. Man, we love young life. If you guys want to check more out on Ben, you can check him out his website which we will release later. So all right, man. I have so many questions because I actually did. I actually went back and I googled your name before we even started. And I was like, I wanna read stuff and and releases and stuff. So before we dive in talk about some of the things that I've read, why don't you just kind of give us a little bit of back history over a thirty thousand foot overview of who you are, what you do is currently the assistant to coach Carroll with the Seattle Seahawks kind of his right hand God. And I've been in this rule, nine years up in Seattle and then three years down at USC where he was a coach, the university southern California beforehand, and the way I got to that role was journalism major. I was reading for the school newspaper USC and I wanted to do a store and walk on the guys that are kind of end of the bench, don't get much attention and definitely aren't on the front page of the newspaper. They're not on sportscenter figured, why don't I give them some attention and write a little story about them and through the process of. Interviewing some guys researching the sun, a little alerts in walk on tryouts coming up, US's kind of unique where they student open casting, call any student there. USC can come and try out for the football team. And this was back in the days where USC was number one in the country just after year kind of glory days. And I was like, okay, well, I need to go. I need to go through that trial. I need to give a first person perspective and it'll be pretty funny because I hadn't played football since fifth grade. I was small skinny and as a newspaper reporter, I mean, it just nothing made sense. I was just going to go through the trial almost as a joke and show hard. It was and then read my story and two days later after the trial to get a phone call and I made the team and I was more shocked than than anyone in the world. I mean, that's never even cross that could've made the team, but there was on the team began incredible journey that open get into the next little bit. It and and here we are twelve years later. I'm still associated coach Carroll, so working for them. And it's been an amazing run. I'm laughing because the beginning, you said the walkout don't get any attention. They're sitting at the end of the bench and I'm laughing because no, you've written a book and you're getting in in your in all these big publications on podcast, stuff like that, and you're the walk on. Achieve my goals. Pretty hilarious. Okay. So let's back up. We are all about purpose and like kind of discovering God's will for life. And I think that's really what everybody wants to. So. What about in? Let's go back to when you started. So why did you pick journalism had what was the process of going to school for journalism in? Why did you pick that. Yeah, my freshman year of college, I was just kind of floating aimlessly. I didn't really have a direction change my major three times during freshman year, and I wasn't really doing anything productive or really fruitful with my life at all. Just kind of floating around going, kept Kiria playing video games. Go to class playing basketball, you know. But there was no purpose. There was no direction to my life. And so that summer after my freshman year, I kinda hit a fork in the road and I'm like, what I wanna do you know? What is my purpose? You know, just kind of floating through life isn't cutting it for me, and then just kinda had this whole that I felt like I was missing something and bright around that time switch. Would you know the band they came out with with a song that was this is your life?.
"university southern california" Discussed on X96
"Being discovered on tuesday deputies responded to a report of the crash two or three miles past the end of the pavement in hobble creek canyon yes you know where that is right and it's like spanish fork canyon area the driver had broken bones didn't know the condition exactly the driver still alive but apparently drove off the side of the road and and was injured and was in that crash overnight this was amazing to me firefly's you ever seen firefly's number because you think well now i've seen them in the east and in the south i've never seen them but there are parents firefly's in utah really for many years entomologist have been working or you have been hearing from some utahns that occasionally they see fireflies and demolished people who study bug say no no no no they're no there are no firefly's in utah well the natural history museum of utah has since partnered with scientists byu and track yes there are firefly's in utah very rare but to track their population throughout the state using the help of citizen scientists geneticists would be while you're researching the relationship of various species and how the population in utah that are separated by hundreds of miles and many geographical barriers are related to firefly's in the eastern us lightning bugs i don't know where in utah you can see them but if you do see them they want to hear from you and you can join the firefly's citizen science project one hundred thousand dollars a month scientists at byu the beauty and mystery of nature gina sorry the us education department has opened an investigation into how the university of southern california handled complaints that a long time campus health clinic gynecologist sexually harassed or abused his page patients during pelvic examinations the agency's office of civil rights will examine us's response to reports of such misconduct by dr george tyndall reports that date back to nineteen ninety but we're not fully investigated by the university until the spring of two thousand sixteen got that there were reports that this guy nacala just at the university southern california usc was abusing women this gynecologist in nineteen ninety and and usc now this has already caused the president of us step down oh okay no.
"university southern california" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"University of minnesota did he transfer or did he quit which one did he do right as you were saying please continue well it's you know i at a good debate with several people in the last several days on now the school like the university of georgia shouldn't pay these kids or you know that university kentucky your alabama owed they shouldn't you know as a university shouldn't be paying athletes because you get into a women's across players not the same as of division one football player and and so on and so forth and you know but those are two completely different john i don't know but i'm just saying is that you know so men soccer player versus baseball player versus whatever they can still go to class football players a basketball players cannot go to class while they can but led the but you know full well bob that coach's actively discourage players from taking certain classes are having certain clay or their classes they can't take because it interferes with the football a basketball schedule yeah you don't have those same type of pressures in men soccer no that that that is true you know but but the bigger point is the schools getting involved in in handing out money to athletes you okay i i see there's some problems but when nike pays alabama footballer duke basketball whatever then that money should not go to mike she chefs key that money should go to the players so these of peril contracts if you're a school that is very well known of your usc football or something than that money should go to the players and then the university southern california the schools not paying the players but the apparel money which the athletes are running around playing in gets distributed among the players on the road i i agree with you but here's my problem with schools can't pay the players so they continue to enrich administrators and people who don't play the sport all no i i may raising havoc with you on that but i have to say i'm i'm looking for a workable easier fix that is that is possible other yet i'm i'm all about a workable easy fix but i'm all about the right thing being done.
"university southern california" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Uh and occasional little cacao bar for dinner these actually come prepackaged in a startup that he uh engaged in with university southern california that doing that five days in a row activates his primal pathways it action not only favour improve metabolism losing visceral fat you don't lose muscle mass which is fantastic but you actually lower igf 1 levels which is one of the goals and lastly you actually create a flood of stem cells from your bone marrow into your bloodstream stem cells that people are going to teo on and paying a ton of money for that will go to injured and damage perch your body and clear out damaged cells so there's data now in animals and some human data that multiple sclerosis may be responsive to a five day fasting mimicking diet of plants low in sugar lord fat that actually bring growth occurs in animal models and right now cognition is being studied in italy using decker longo's cited fessing diet in addition to just weight loss that cancer patients is called chemo leave it's a product they've develop and not released at its being studied the mayo clinic and other places that if you're getting chemotherapy and you do this fasting mimicking diet um and use plants and use low sugarloaf fat you actually get a better kill rate from the chemotherapy and you get less side effects profound data athletes are being study in verona italy right now to see if this enhances performance if enhanced recovery and allow you to go back and do the next little athletic event with more success so several hundred worldwide studies using vis exact model i would describe it it's a plant based cyclical keita genic diet cyclical 'cause it's five days a month in its plants so it's not the extreme of what you're seeing on them and the blaga sphere it's the plants in the plant proteins that don't seem to activate aging like animalbased protein in it's eight hundred calories a day is now water fasting uh so there are people shouldn't do it under way people pregnant people brittle diabetics brittle heart patients eight.
"university southern california" Discussed on KELO
"Circle were immigrants by and large so here we are so many years later somebody administrations later seventy days later sony months later so many years later and life goes on and that's what we're going to talk about a these topics again i open the lines up to all of these topics eight five five four hundred seven two eight two we're talking about repatriating if you wanna do politics the gop tax plan to repatriate offshore profits is a scam just a scam a complete scam and there is a historical example from this the experience from the two thousand and four tax holiday i'll just cut to the chase suggests that most of this money will be distributed to shareholders not invested in us business assets says edward clinton bar klein bart professor at university southern california's gould school of law this was done they onetime tax holiday on overseas profits generated little economic aumf thirteen years ago the two thousand and four american jobs creation act temporarily cut taxes on repatriated profits to five point two five percent from 35 percent about nine thousand seven hundred companies took advantage of tax break and they brought back three hundred twelve billion dollars right and what happened well unfortunately the tax holiday did not increase domestic in vestment through employment according to a 2011 congressional research service report so you can believe what you want to believe you can believe all of the profits false prophets real prophets conmen that you want let's wait and see but i'm not so sure this is going to benefit us sowa marijuana horror stories especially those of you have it hooked hook hunkered hooker cooked into thinking that you should try hue a medical marijuana chewing wound up in an emergency room half out of your mind because he was sold a bill of goods and again we're talking about the housekeeper story a housekeeping couple that would do all those things for on it and 50000 a you are virtual slaves and by the way what are the hours of a job like that do they have any hours i really wanted that they have any hours this is.
"university southern california" Discussed on WTMA
"Known knew what a talk show host was our writer never heard of it so the elles are the try couldn't say hey that little michael would be a good writer little did they know or that little michael would be a good uh broadcaster they didn't know what that was not in that circle they were all immigrants by and large so here we are so many years later somebody administrations later somebody days later so many months later so many years later and life goes on and that's what we're going to talk about at these topics again i open the lines up to all of these topics eight five five four hundred seven two eight two we're talking about repatriating if you want to do politics the gop tax plan to repatriate offshore profits is a scam just a scam a complete scam and there is a historical example from this the experience from the two thousand and four taxsalary i'll just cut to the chase suggests that most of this money will be distributed to shareholders not invested in us business assets says edward clinton bar klein bart professor at university southern california's gould school of law this was done a onetime tax holiday on overseas profits generated little economic aumf thirteen years ago the two thousand and four american jobs creation act temporarily cut taxes on repatriated profits to five point two five percent from 35 percent about nine thousand seven hundred companies took advantage of tax break and they brought back three hundred twelve billion dollars right and what happened well unfortunately the tax holiday did not increase domestic vestment through employment according to a 2011 congressional research service report so you can believe what you want to believe you can believe all of the profits false prophets real profits conmen.
"university southern california" Discussed on KKAT
"Circle they were all immigrants by and large so here we are so many years later somebody administrations later somebody days later sony months later so many years later and life goes on and that's what we're going to talk about at these topics again i open the lines up to all of these topics eight five five four hundred seven two eight two we're talking about repatriating if you wanna do politics the gop tax plan to repatriate offshore profits is a scam just a scam a complete scam and there is a historical example from this the experience from the two thousand and four tax holiday i'll just cut to the chase suggests that most of this money will be distributed to shareholders not invested in us business assets says edward clinton bar klein bart professor at university southern california's gould school of law this was done they onetime tax holiday on overseas profits generated little economic of thirteen years ago the two thousand and four american jobs creation act temporarily cut taxes are repatriated profits to five point two five percent from thirty five percent about nine thousand seven hundred companies took advantage of tax break and they brought back three hundred twelve billion dollars right and what happened well unfortunately the tax holiday did not increase domestic vestment through employment according to a 2011 congressional research service report so you can believe what you want to believe you can believe all of the profits false prophets real profits conmen that you want let's wait and see but i'm not so sure this is going to benefit us all sowa marijuana horror stories especially those of you but hook hook hooker yeah hooker cooked into thinking that you should try a shui a medical marijuana shoe wound up in an emergency room half out of your mind because you were sold a bill of goods and again we're talking about the housekeeper story a housekeeping kapalua would do all those things fraud at fifty thousand a you are virtual slaves and by the way what are the hours of a job like that do they have any hours i really wanted to they have any hours this is the savage nation be here be nowhere join those.
"university southern california" Discussed on WLOB
"We're going to talk about a these topics again i open the lines up to all of these topics eight five five four hundred seven two eight two we're talking about repatriating if you wanna do politics the gop tax plan to repatriate offshore profits is a scam just a scam a complete scam and there is a historical example from this the experience from the two thousand four tax i'll just cut to the chase suggests that most of this money will be distributed to shareholders not invested in us business assets says edward clinton bar klein board professor diversity university southern california's gould school of law this was done a onetime tax holiday on overseas profits generated little economic aumf thirteen years ago the two thousand and four american jobs creation act temporarily cut taxes on repatriated profits to five point two five percent from 35 percent about nine thousand seven hundred companies took advantage of tax break and they brought back three hundred twelve billion dollars right and what happened well unfortunately the tax holiday did not increase domestic in vestment through employment according to a 2011 congressional research service report so you can believe what you want to believe you can believe all of the profits false prophets real profits conmen that you want let's wait and see but i'm not so sure this is going to benefit us also marijuana horror stories especially those of you have it hooked hook hooker yeah hooker cooked into thinking that you should try a shui a medical marijuana shooing wound up in an emergency room half out of your mind because he was sold a bill of goods and again we're talking about the housekeeper story a housekeeping coupled with do all those things for 100 50000 a you are virtual slaves and by the way what are the hours of a job like that do they have any hours i really wanted did they have any hours this.
"university southern california" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Art or if there isn't an undefeated or a high enough ranked group of five team now you have a situation where be a usc university southern california could sneak in at at eight spot right 'cause i i'm with you i would have your five conference champions i would have alabama as an atlarge i would have wisconsin as an at large because i think they competed well against what would be an automatic beat ohio state and then if there was no you see ucf undefeated then this is a great conversation of of did southern california do enough to prove at the end of the season that there were the of that does penn state sneak back in just love that conversation in in if there is an undefeated like there is with ucf in that span tactic they deserve every right to have a chance when it's eight teams and what not when it's four in their neville never will be when it's for you want to tell me that it wouldn't be compelling tv for the last three weeks of the season if we were look king in all of these teams that that are right now that we're out of the conversation the penn state so the world the miami's of the world there and i didn't even think about miami words miami fall to have this conversation you you would make the bottom portion of it is so interesting because not only is everybody fighting for but even an even if you lose you championship game you're still fighting for something without out with the at large bids it creates a great conversation of how they see the largest i think this i think it's a total win for college football i think it's why it's inevitable too because the conversation will never stop college football there will always be a point look at college basketball we argue about whose 65 should be oh yeah it's a it's an interesting process we.
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"To the group was in 2014 and there are also saying it was did he donated somewhere between one hundred thousand and two hundred fifty thousand which i don't know about you but a multi world that's a huge difference between one hundred thousand and two hundred fifty ever had that much money now this is the god is already being used on programs such as such as lowering the cost of hiv medication supporting women and girls in developing countries so and other organizations have said they're going to give the money back they is like other which like if you he gave a donation to records university they're keeping the money he gave it donation to the university southern california they're not going to keep the money i can understand we're universities and schools and maybe other charities like other delay charities that he may have given to can't physically give the money back because they need that money in on if they've already spent it they don't have that kind of money to just write a check for the clintons have that kind of money they can just write the check up pretty sure i'm pretty sure the headquartered inside the treasury department they just print the money right out and it goes right to the clinton by teams i tell must have enough on wmal well you're gonna wanna hear what congresswoman frederico wilson in her but dazzled cowboy hat had the sale last night because it's got the media contorted itself into the rangers pretzels and that security guard is campos who was a part of the mandalay bay shooting store disappeared and he has resurfaced in the oddest of places will tell you where it's seven o'clock wmal news is next woodbridge wmal wash gives game six thirty a cumulus station.
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"I regret the latest in the harvey weinstein saga again he's off to europe for sex rehab because this a disease mary and he just needs to get a fast roman polanski also get off to europe to get treatment never could act was he curious eyes on it larvae wind sydney or tries to escape the new york post as saying that if these allegations in this story of that ran in the new yorker are true key could be facing charges a couple of rape allegations thank uh a lot of the because of rape has an essential limitations on it here's my thing when it comes to the money is calling on hill clint are you going to donate the money back and i think university southern california you a see got some money from a malady she they're going to give that back why why are you going to give that back first of all if harvey weinstein made a donation to your political campaign twenty years ago the money's gone the money gone so to say that you should have to pay it back i i think it's just ridiculous listen to clintons havoc zillion dollars they can absolutely afford to pay it back but all this is is because as you said these groups because they're mosul liberal their democrats all they're doing is taking the money and to make themselves look good are somehow perform some kind of weird mea culpa that were not associated with this guy they're just donating it to liberal causes they're just laundering the money basically they're just the middle band here i don't understand it i don't think you you somehow absolve yourself of something i don't know what there is to absolve yourself or you took money from harvey weinstein if you knew at the time that he was this type of person and you chose to accept it will that's on.
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"In the first quarter of 2017 could debt rose to twelve point seven three trillion dollars that is more debt than at the height of the credit bubble in two thousand eight student loan debt makes up about ten percent of that but an interesting fighting by researchers at dartmouth and the university southern california chose that while the amount of debt is increasing what is being used what is being used on i should say is different more and more people are spending on experiences rather than just stuff ijaz sharma and stephanie totally are the researchers on this study each is associate professor of business administration at dartmouth college stephanie is an associate professor of marketing at the university of southern california and they just happened to be in philadelphia which is a great opportunity to talk to him about their research issias stephanie welcome indoor studios thanks for coming in angst matter hangar so i guess let's start with the research itself take us in a little bit deeper as to what you were trying to go after each sir so as you mentioned consumer debt levels have been increasing and stephanie nine were really interested in understanding what is contributing to why people are taking on more and more debt and we had known some about different characteristics of individuals like their age and their income that might contribute to debt things about the debt form may be the interest rates terms of the loans but we didn't know as much about characteristics of the underlying purchase that might contribute to people's borrowings so that was really what motivated us to study this question seven and yet just to build on that a little bit um you know one of the i think interesting pieces of this is that you know people still spend a lot of discretionary money um and so you know we we were looking at kind of the juxtaposition of uh the fact that the average american households benz i i believe at something like seven to ten thousand dollars on discretionary on purchases every year um and yet they the average american house would also has credit card spending suggesting that at least some of the discretionary purchases the unnecessary purchases that we make um are being funded with debt.
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"Lying was that i run into problems cares to through ooh hi been bobby you look great yours look good it's like you don't work in the summertime says an educator now and you look phantasm frankly a pisses meal i feel great why not feeling great wake up every day to feel great to be with you guys uh honor and now i was i'm sure the manager mets monteriola for asking this question do it but i want to ask okay where you were when you're a college yes you're at how how much ahead of some of those great players were you okay we'll check it out eyesight at a high school right i went to university southern california records in sixty eight if you were to fulltime student married or crippled you went to vietnam the dodgers didn't particularly want to give me a bonus anatomy go to vietnam so it was fulltime stood it my second year usc the sees it ended september comes around a fulltime stood it right during the day i'm playing for the dodgers at night is that how you now have five days in september the five home games the dodgers headed to teber i actually worked gut dress things that they went over a that's a good way to be big bad of course i didn't know that part of the story in where your number called would you have had had to have gone so then then the numbers came later in seventy one with the lottery so my number was a high number and it wasn't close 320 three got it so so that was during their childhood of mine but a win was like everybody remembers are you gonna very like fred lynn lynn swann yeah they were right around this at the same time i was the the oj era actually if you yes this story was the quarterback aaron also the catcher the us ct would like being a northeastern kid and being playing.