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Fresh update on "university virginia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:44 min | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "university virginia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Parenting in a pandemic, she says. Completion is more important than quality right now. Honestly, don't worry about's in this cell words and incorrect enough problems not using enough. The Senate's That's Andolan, president of Educational Connections, Tutoring center Really Right now. Paris job is to make sure kids are locked in on time. They're engaged with their teacher and they do their work and leave the quality after the teacher, she says. To help keep things on track. One of the most important things parents can do first thing in the morning is to make sure their child has a schedule printed out for the whole day. John Aaron w. T. O P News and the Corona virus is weighing heavily on college students to now we turn to the university Virginia, where they've got new restrictions, at least for the next two weeks. The number of students that Khun Gether on and off campus has been reduced from 15 to 5. You've a president Jim Ryan wants everyone to stay put. Please do not leave Charlottesville over the next two weeks and do not invite visitors to come to town. He says that to protect Charlottesville and prevent more of the virus from being brought back onto campus in person. Classes will continue during this two week period. And we have no evidence that virus has been Transmitted in classrooms. The school will increase testing of waste water coming out of dorms to try to stay ahead of outbreaks. The log unstained w t o p New 6 52 In New York State judges ruled Eric Trump must testify about his family's business before Election Day. State Attorney General Letitia James, who's a Democrat, went to court to enforce the subpoena. After Eric Trump's lawyers abruptly canceled a July interview with investigators. The civil case centers on whether the Trump organization lied about the value of its assets. Eric Trump's lawyers say he's willing to comply with the subpoena, but only after the election. The president's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has told Congress the president inflated the value of his assets to get better terms for loans and insurance coverage. Their new U. S sanctions against Cuba today is part of our continuing fight against Communist Shin. I am announcing that the Treasury Department will prohibit US travellers from staying at properties owned by the Cuban government were also further.

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Official says Falwell leaving Liberty; Falwell says he's not

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Jerry Falwell is disputing accounts that he has resigned from his leadership post at liberty university Virginia business reports Jerry Falwell junior says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at liberty university and he doesn't plan to the fall well statement came after a school official told the Associated Press Falwell had resigned at a formal announcement was expected Monday night the official spoke on condition of anonymity on Sunday fall well issued a statement to the Washington examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid Falwell began a leave of absence from liberty on August seventh amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant hi Mike Ross yet

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"university virginia" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"university virginia" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Those high school football teams across America tell you what guys we're not gonna scrimmage this week will be stronger but not screw edging we're just gonna play on Friday night and the coach would say are you completely out of your mind the American way is premised on competition and political parties old we are made better by competition I went to graduate school to university Virginia where the case study method you through an idea of the military we debated a long enough that hopefully and in most cases you end up with a better idea at the end of the day I think the party would be made stronger I think the eventual nominee would be made stronger by robust debate of ideas rather than simply saying we picked a horse for sticking with it and we'll see what happens come next November. so before you go if trump wins the nomination who will you vote for for president I mean that's one of those questions of how many angels dance on the head of a fan I mean. when I get there. so I'm an idea guy I believe in ideas and I'm gonna put the camera that's closest to what I believe in confronting this financial storm this coming our way I think we have a profound problem the likes of a financial hurricane this coming ashore if we do nothing on debt and deficit in government spending and so the answer the question be whoever comes closest intimates questions for me. Republican presidential candidate mark. I mean you can hear it there so we should just run through this charade because it'll. strength and things that we should have a grand event of ideas is not what we'll do the Republican democratic primary serious question. five three five nine seven three two five three five eight nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The us realize two sons as well so I was a I'm a questionnaire and we're both went to university Virginia applied to the engineering school and then right out of school ended up working at Capital One in right out of school that was right when Capital One was starting I think the big thing for me is I realize that I wanted to work for myself we started several businesses by that time we are importing drugs from Guatemala sorry had this kind of entrepreneurial bug in my early twenties I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life and this is kind of I was working in a cubicle and not not loving it I don't think I'm well suited for standard corporate America and as a hobby started trading in the equity market concert was fun and interesting we didn't have any money to invest that graduated with a negative net worth I had student loans I had a car loan but the way that we work it out was we applied for as many credit cards as we could so I think I was twenty four years old had a negative net worth and and may have had fifteen or twenty credit cards in my wallet and ended up starting a business with my brother and it was buying and selling in the stock market too we get along probably ninety yes seven ninety eight percent of the time that we don't get along we can really site was off and I remember it was at the office and we got some disagreement and we end up with like a wrestling match to me punching each other I remember that our colleague is kind of just looking out of sync with how do you handle this one well I think we decided some around there that you know we we have to outgrow that the good news is I'm forty seven years old it's been over a decade since we've had a fist fight so we're we're we're maturing in two thousand and hate the gates for other started trading in an energy market called PJ which enables utility companies to reduce the risks of their investments and therefore enables them to offer lower prices to us new trading could be such a good thing and one day when the twins.

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"university virginia" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"university virginia" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"They knew what they were doing intended it and the numbers Reno. Oh, oh, and one more detail one more detail this one this one is just to astounding. The Trump university administration is now arguing court that's reunite every last child with every last parent would be too hard. You realize that this yard with the me, you realize the man hours your honor? Oh, I see argument. They want the hell you to do it. You guys take care of it. Hey Lynnwood in Virginia. Hi lynnwood. What's going on, man? What's going on with your governor? I'm going to be honest with you, man, you know, I I've been born born and raised in Virginia Bennett junior all my life. You know and stuff like this is not a surprise to most of us African American tier I lived in Charlottesville where UVA. A lot of those frat houses university Virginia. Back home. Call the NBA. A lot of those young European American peoples particularly males will wear Brown in your face and put the confederate garments on and all the other crazy stuff, and it's always been tension on the subject, but every time we talk about the issue of color. We failed to really bring up the logic on wide. Disdain so race exist. You know, I'm sitting by looking at my governor Saturday mean made a total fool of us. The white. Making myself way hit. Well, why why why is it MRs north of the governor? You know? But. He is. Polishes stuff like that it got me to thinking. Well, if so-called white people people who call themselves white know all about how to produce black face. Dan, you beat the logical question should be. Well, they must have created white and black people. Think about it. Think about it. We just segregated people on skin color for a long long long long time based on. But think about the logic. Okay. You look at the average African American person and you compare the black face to the actual real skin tone of an African American person. Not even close, correct? Then you put these mentors as a as a despicable parody. Right. Isn't that kind of the idea is to overstate it to be even more ludicrous to make the point even more cruelly, isn't that the whole idea is to make it look not realistic to make it look like a white person. I mean, have you ever seen birth of a nation from nineteen fifteen? You should see the movie it's available. It's black and white, but you can follow the plot. They have subtitles. And you gotta see birth of a nation. And that was from this vantage point of the south now, it's fifty years after the end of the civil war nineteen fifteen birth of a nation whose redone recently from a different perspective. But fact is a lot of the white white black actors in birth nation in nineteen fifteen but were were whites and black face. Once again, I go back to the logic. You know, what white person so call white person looks like snow looks like chalk looks like a glass of milk. Maybe. But that's about it. No. I totally get your point totally point. I think a lot of I think I think that whole thing sorta misses us completely because I think we're more into the emotional side of how we still about it then to get enough nuts and bolts, well, wait a minute. How did this get started who created white people who created black people who created this concept of race? Why would he Lynnwood? I got one for you. I got one for you. If we were to all be one skin color, the problem that we'd run into is. We'd start separating ourselves based on I color based on height based on weight. We are really separate ourselves based on sex, right? Members woman and now arguable who is a man and a woman who gets to decide Lynnwood. I gotta keep moving. I thank you very much for the call and my favorite cousin the movie, the gristle, the gristle, it's a great movie, and and one of the characters s another one you're talking about race muzo about race. And one is is Fidel Castro white always love that one is Fidel Castro white think about that. We'll be right back with Justice is served. The Norman Goldman show..

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"university virginia" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"university virginia" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"But I haven't read it yet is called an absolutely remarkable thing and spy, Hank. Green knew I'd heard of it, right? Who whose actually create con, but I think one of the I've seen some videos that he kinda maybe Ruffy talks about the book. And it seems like there is an element of like. How you deal with yourself and social media interest. Okay. Right. So like, this is I've bought the audio book. And and keeping the tab is what I do myself. I keep the tab open and my web browser is like a constant bugging. Reminder of like, you read the book. So I will read the book enough. Hey, Mike force to which sport other than one that you may already love would you become a super fan of basketball? What makes you say that I like loss get ball? It's it's got the right level of action for me like in kind of pace and stuff, and and it's a little flat to that. Like, it's a fun sport to watch. So and I and I used to like Boston we'll used to go to basketball games as a kid because there was a basketball league in the UK and. The London leopards was a team there arena was like where I grew up was like a two minute walk away. So we used to go to London leopards games while up. Yeah. I actually agree with you. I was a basketball superfan when I was in middle school, and I was living outside Chicago. The Chicago Bulls had Michael Jordan is their star player and they had a London leopards. And now the Essex leopards moved the team. Or? So anyway, I was best superfan than it's kind of. When when Michael Jordan retired for the first of his seventeen retirements just kind of stopped paying attention, and we moved away from Chicago. And when I went to to college, the Virginia Tech hokies best ball team was not good. And so I never really paid attention to college ball. But now, the hokies are good, and everyone even the nerds, I know seem to be getting more and more into basketball. And so now, I'm kind of starting to give basketball a happy side. I if you will. So I'm trying to pay a little bit more attention to both Virginia Tech games Aaron's alma mater, UVA university Virginia, they are also extremely good basketball. So I'm trying to pay a little more attention to college ball. And I might even find myself roped into the NBA we'll say almost interested in doing it. Interest. Like, you know, this is one of those situations where people tell me about how I should like these are the ways you should get into basketball. Like, I'm I'm sure, but I'm just not interested in that right now. Casey. What was the time in your life? Where you were the most nervous all the cliche times when I got married when both of my kids were born some of the more unusual times, though, the first time I released Casey on cars, which was the clutch. Folio? I was really scared. Then I didn't know the exact moment that mar Martha was going to release the first neutral, I knew roughly when it was going to happen. But I didn't know exactly when and IRA will never forget, I was at dinner. It was myself, Erin, and are very good friend fill in all of a sudden my phone just almost vibrated off the table. And this is when I believe memory serves I had four hundred Twitter followers -cations on forever. Since I like five at mentions day or something like that. And all of a sudden my phone lit up, and I got real scared because I was nobody knows nobody working as we've covered many times on the show that was nobody working with these two like juggernauts, and I didn't know how that was going to be received and and that nervousness basically persisted for like a year..

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"university virginia" Discussed on Download

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

"university virginia" Discussed on Download

"Prime packages to your house as long as you live in one particular county in Washington, and as long as it's daylight Monday through Friday, and as long as there's a human chaperone who's available to walk with scout to make sure scout. Does it run over anybody? But still the future Jason. I'm scared. I'm scared about these robots. We'll talk a little bit about this the delivery thing in general. I think it's I think it's a bigger story. I mean, yes. Like this about sort of funny, and it's clearly a very small test market Amazon. Does this that it with drones somewhere in England? Now, they're doing this in Washington state, but Amazon has been shifting. What is doing delivery wise? I know like in my city of Memphis, even they are having lots of. Packages delivered an Amazon vans people with Amazon shirts on not UPS FedEx not the post off. And so that they are branching out on their own more and more. But this sort of automation is going to put people out out of a job. You know, we talk about a Mason jobs. I think a lot of people think of context of just factories, right? Like, a sibling cars or computers, or whatever it may be. But a lot of jobs like this, you know, service industry type jobs delivery people. There's lots of parts of the economy that going to be touched by this. I don't know if this particular, quite frankly, adorable blue robot. Is the future? Or is what you know, everything is to come to my house end. But this is always something nothing to look at through that lens of this is neat. And they've done a lot of machine learning. Lots of engineering, but there is a human cost to it at some point if it goes broad. Yeah. I mean, the challenges that the world isn't engineered for robots it's engineered for people. So there, you know, I think about like front doors and gates and things like that that this robot can't navigate you're right about the jobs. This does create a I don't know robot maintenance job and a robot loader kinda job. I also had that that moment where I envision, you know, now what's going to happen is your Amazon truck is going to drive into a neighborhood and like lower Aram and like a whole team of robots are just going to roll on out. And and then the what the truckdriver like takes a break, or he's he's monitoring in case something gets hung up. And then. He just waits half an hour, and then all the robots return. And then he'd goes back to base or something like that could totally be thing where the robots do all the detailed delivery. And then somebody just has to truck the robots to wherever they're going. I could see that. But again, like, you know, big steps and gates and things like that are going to be a challenge unless there's like a catapult or something inside the robot. Let's just like shoot t shirt cannon shoots the product. And although you could totally do that machine learning and like just lands perfectly on the on the doorstep. But anyway, there's a lot there's a lot going on here. But I think it's fascinating that Amazon, they're obviously people at Amazon who their entire task is like how many different ways can we potentially transform and or disrupt the logistics chain. Right. If Lisa schnauzer were here, she would talk. I think probably at length about the logistics aspect of this because it is such a huge thing. I think Amazon's. Yeah. Amazon's putting a whole gist center in in Tennessee where you are. I imagine that this is going to be part of that is it's not just like, how do we get more boxes in more places? But you know, what what technology can we use to totally change. How how this stuff gets delivered the sort of a sibling story to this too? We should talk about. Did you see this about George Mason University? Yeah. These robots acute because they look like remote control cars, they do. They look shockingly similar to the Amazon tech. Like, there's only so many ways you can put a basket on wheels. But so this is Virginia's George Mason University Virginia, by the way has legalized delivery robots which is a phrase that I've never seen before. But it is for people on campus. They can have access to food or beverages in like fifteen minutes, you pay through a mobile app, and there's twenty five of these things milling around.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"President trump said auto warmbier did not die in vain i don't warmbier is a very special person and he will be for a long time in my life his parents are good friends of mine i think without auto this would not have happened something happened from that day it was a terrible thing was brutal but a lot of people started to focus on what was going on including north korea i really think that otto is someone who did not died in vain i told this to his parents special young man and trump got criticized for saying this but fred and cindy warmbier issued a statement today and said that they appreciated the president's comments you remember this from the state of the union warmbier was a hardworking student at the university virginia and a great student he was on his way to study abroad in asia otto joined a tour to north korea at its conclusion there's wonderful young man was arrested and charged with crimes against the state after a shameful trial dictatorship sentenced auto to fifteen years of hard labor before returning him to america last june horribly injured and on the verge of death he passed away just days after his return autos wonderful parents fred and cindy warmbier.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doug cope the type of friendships kids cultivate in high school could have a lasting effect on their mental health into young adulthood rachel north university virginia let us study of one hundred sixty nine adolescence over ten years she says close friendships at age fifteen could mean down the road at age twenty five less anxiety and depression and more self worth fourteen fifteen sixteen that time period friendships are starting to be their primary sources of support and intimacy and closeness meantime kids who ran with a popular crowd and had more casual friendships experienced an uptick in anxiety in young adulthood being more popular did not predict any of those long term positive outcomes but did predict slightly higher social anxiety at age twenty five meantime study co author joseph allen at the university of virginia says being well liked dht by a large group of people cannot take the place of forging deep supportive friendships these experiences he says stay with us over and above what happens later study participants were assessed annually answering questions about who they're closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating and interviews and assessments exploring their feelings with his parents report i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight twenty seven we'll have the latest on the us led attack in syria that straight ahead with tina gow sheri small wbz newsradio springtime window grunts what springtime window grunts happened this time of year means it's beautiful out is i wanna air out the house but i can't get this dang window on the back bedroom to open springtime window grunts old windows closed all winter jammed up and out of whack well you ought to call right window that's us look at this it's radio.

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Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health

"Doug cope the type of friendships kids cultivate in high school could have a lasting effect on their mental health into young adulthood rachel north university virginia let us study of one hundred sixty nine adolescence over ten years she says close friendships at age fifteen could mean down the road at age twenty five less anxiety and depression and more self worth fourteen fifteen sixteen that time period friendships are starting to be their primary sources of support and intimacy and closeness meantime kids who ran with a popular crowd and had more casual friendships experienced an uptick in anxiety in young adulthood being more popular did not predict any of those long term positive outcomes but did predict slightly higher social anxiety at age twenty five meantime study co author joseph allen at the university of virginia says being well liked dht by a large group of people cannot take the place of forging deep supportive friendships these experiences he says stay with us over and above what happens later study participants were assessed annually answering questions about who they're closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating and interviews and assessments exploring their feelings with his parents report i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight twenty seven we'll have the latest on the us led attack in syria that straight ahead with tina gow sheri small wbz newsradio springtime window grunts what springtime window grunts happened this time of year means it's beautiful out is i wanna air out the house but i can't get this dang window on the back bedroom to open springtime window grunts old windows closed all winter jammed up and out of whack well you ought to call right window that's us look at this it's radio.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gloves selena gomez hope you do as well let's go to the more in boston lamar your next on the ring central night side caught aligned my friend how are you thank you dan thanks for taking my call linda dr uh uh uh who will actually i i wanted to give you you call is every opportunity to s you know you've heard with dr liu had to say we'll have him on later was a short notice i didn't wanna keep it for the entire hour but what is your comment a question i quit comet um mentioned um president of the discussions with north korea a what would the issues um uh in those prior talks and why did they fail uh has the us learned any lessons snow from busan prior discussions and in your opinion dr liu audit this is truly a play united states uh the mr let me try to answer that question for of eye he's no longer on the line with us but i talked to him about that uh there has been a series of negotiations with north korea it's called the hermit kingdom it's one of the most isolated countries in the world today it's very difficult to travel there it's probably sometimes even more difficult to get out of there you saw what happened to university virginia student oughta warmth beer uh who probably was beaten to death in north korean in returned home to his parents to die in cincinnati ohio it's a it's a brutal regime is people are starving it poor solace money into its military might uh it does have a significant ground military it also is getting very close to nuclear weapons there have been several administrations that had negotiate a democrat and republican in good faith with not only kim jonghoon uh but also with his father uh and and previous that to his grandfather uh it's this is there's only been three leaders of north korea a grandfather uh his his son enda in this guy whose grandfather was kimmel's on uh they have always skirted despite promises of doing the right thing and that's one of the things that the trump administration needs to be concerned about we have always done as i understand that are part of the.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KPCC

"Haven't whereas no one thinks about biology proteges you don't say oh that was a child is in biology and if you call it you're not brilliance at biology boats on your eleven than its naval gap uh we have about a minute left only wrap this up were we were talking about math and i'm curious what mythological creatures come to your mind when did fix so i can think of math has a phoenix gene gbp today that were first proven um millennia ago um that the truths that were discovered are then used by the way that we talk about the of centuries past is completely different completely gagged unrecognizable i think because we've seen consolidado understanding we have invented new mathematical universes to explore while some lovely damage now i've mi but beyond infinity i described infant he has a look nece monster because it's what we met i feel like i'm doing is a mathematician as i go off into the undergrowth or the scene gene kgb strange creatures will just traces of strange creatures and what are they exist or not doesn't really matter but in the process of looking good we stand more about ourselves on the wall donald trump rebecca you've got one i all chugged choosing like large scary creatures i would choose a dragon but for me it's about sort of this huge on tame a ball scary thing about genes okay somehow like i want it for my pegged but i can't have it they're gonna have to we'll go we'll come back researchgrade interested in is i runu presser department in maths science at george mason university virginia chang chairing hazard school of art institute of chicago and emily real sets were president barra math at the johns hopkins great discussion on math will we'll such a thought to come back and bring them back onto talk more about uh john uh uh this i am i wrote plato this is science friday from pri support for science friday comes from draper draper's team of engineers biologists developers physicists than astronauts work together to expand the horizon of what's possible pursuing solutions to the world's.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Here's our vision of what it's going to be we want to change the landscape it television you know so all the ideas of what we're trying to do is we know that that's what were planting we don't know if it's going to grow but we believe it's going to grow and now it's all it's gotta do is hit television next week and in the week after that in the week after that and a year from now if we're tall we sit down and talk everything that i believe is going to have a once it comes to fruition that's the most rewarding but that'd be that comes from passion that comes from faith 800 and that comes from in sports analogy that's doing a doing hard work really everybody's look at you you're right now is done an none anna it was the rockies here's more you're you're african american air par african american law is gone blair here in this country on black oh and word i am all at ira of exist when you think about you had a good way career ill in that context you know the opportunity for the african american isn't always the same way as used as you as your career has grown have you seen a change the better opportunities for african american actors and i give an example one of my fourteen mason university virginia's genius hamas jones nominees that a couple of of of of of a shows and it took him a long time to get right to figure out where he fit in any followup some of it may have been because of his his skin color where where is the african american in hollywood right now barack obama was president i states for eight years is half black halfway he's are first black president everybody thought oh now that we have a black president everything's gonna get easier for black people he didn't get easier guy harder in it was like okay we got it is on he's he's at the top of the top of the food chain so look we gave you that but now you've got to work it just it is is just harder for minorities not just black people just it's it's you got to work a little extra harder um i'm three years away from fifty nonhollywood hollywood you're not supposed to talk about your a hero and martyr look it as iguodala will gets called maize called make up in argun.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Journalist that he is considering pardoning are pile at our pyo doesn't deserve the prison term he could face up to six months for that contempt conviction and day if president trump just happens to be going the maricopa county on tuesday night cbs news white house correspondent stephen portnoy great talking with you you tasty thanks virginia's governor democrat terry mcauliffe talked about charlottesville with charlie rose ncb yes this morning i should all confederate memorials and monuments be taken down i think so they need to come down there device of symbols several years ago i used executive authority to take the confederate flag off of our license plates here in virginia i don't have the authority to do that with monuments local control local jurisdictions as well as a general assembly would control it's time forced to move together after what happened in charlottesville but let me just say this charlie statue of outlining events these people who came to charlottesville that neonazis the all right they weren't here about a statue they went to the university of virginia on friday night with their torches that had nothing to do two of the statue there is hatred there is bigotry that has been unleashed in this country and we need to understand how what's happened most importantly what we can do going forward as a nation and does the president's response to this suggest that he's unfit to be present well i can say this i disagree strongly with the president as remarks that this was all about the way statute as i just mentioned it was it this is hatred we got addressing these were not patriots these were cowards and i've talked to the present let us use this term to bring people together we are a united states of america and the hatred that i saw a toy cherry i've never seen away wisdom of things were said about individuals members of the african american community members jewish faith members of the lgbt community there's no place ford in virginia i told to go home but let's be honest there's no place in america for this type of hatred slab established a reconciliation committee were moving forward into see those people at university virginia on the wall on yesterday that is who virginia is governor did you you say that you spoke with president trump and what did you.

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"university virginia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on KOMO

"Is at the editor's desk for the komo morning news and with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor stories we're following this morning republican senator lindsey graham says president trump's stance on the charlottesville virginia violence and death is garnering praise from what he calls some of the most racist and hatefilled individuals and groups and insent senator graham's words please fix this trump this morning called graham a publicityseeking lawmaker the president has been tweeting quite a bit this morning he's waited back into racially charged monument said debate on twitter he bemoans history and culture being ripped apart meanwhile the large crowd gathered in charlottesville last night to honor the victims of saturday's vote collins it will force this was the scene at the rotunda on the university virginia's campus overnight this candle torchy's hundreds tracing the same half that white nationalist wa last friday but this crowd standing wait a statue of thomas jefferson who founded this university and who wrote in the declaration of independence that all men are created equal claiming victory the candlelit parade just hours after a memorial service for thirty two year old heather higher who was killed in that horrific car attack saturday no father should have to do this but i love my door her father mark praying for peace she wanted to put down hey for my part we just needed stop all this stuff and just privy heather's mother susan defiant they tried to kill mice how to shudder well guess what he does magnified fighter her mother insisting her daughter's death will have meaning and that her legacy is only beginning to look at it and say to yourself what can i do to make a difference and that's how you're going to make my child's death worthwhile i'd rather have my child that by golly if i gotta give her up we're gonna make it count and there is renewed pressure and surrounding as confederate 9'0 governor virginia encouraging cities to take them down fast abc's eve a pilgrim with the story and.

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"university virginia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I i want to welcome needed program in fact let me do that right now welcome to the program as you know this is the the show about everything the aircon taxes show is the show about everything we've trademark that i to talk about everything in anything and sometimes that will include journalism the state of the culture things along those lines today i have with me in the studio a professor of the king's college i've talked about the king's college and raved about the king's college on this program as often as possible there almost literally of just across the street from our studios here today i have in this studio paul glaister who is he's many things he was a staff writer with wall street journal for many years he runs the john mccain lewis phillips journalism institute at king's college he teaches journalism at the king's college and he's right here paul welcomed the program thanks great to be here busy you're you're one of those guests that it's it's almost troubling because i think to myself i could talk to you about so many things i mean you're kind of in the know on the state of the culture the state of journalism and so i don't i i hardly know where to begin so you mentioned before we went on the air that some kind of a poll had been conducted by james hunter and for did virginia university virginia and i think he wanted to start with that because people do i will say this people it seems to me have lost confidence in in the media and the mainstream media dramatically i know that i have and i can give you chapter and verse on why but what are your thoughts there so we just saw this research that james hunter as you point out he's a sociologist at the university of virginia in so his folks they're one of his research institutes they came up with some report eighty page report it called the vanishing center of american democracy and with this they talked to like a thousand or more people around the country over sampled for hispanics and african americans in the wealthy and tried to sense the climate of the country and more than just sort of the weather in any way so a few the findings when they asked people most people most politicians are more interested in winning elections than.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Air sign most providing aerial images of the us open in wisconsin when it crashed in an open field near the aaron hills golf course went straight into the ground and under three fireballs really the pilot parachuted out and was seen on a stretcher being loaded into a helicopter usga said no one else was involved air sign said only the pilot was on board the blimp no word what went wrong wins news time four thirty five doctors at the university of cincinnati medical center say auto warm beer at the college student released by north korea this week suffered extensive brain damage and shows no signs our current signs of botulism the north korean government claims he fell into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleeping pell warriors father who doesn't by that and all says his son with terrorized and brutalised during his seventeen months detention there's no excuse for the way the north koreans treated our son and no excuse for the way they have treated so many others i call on them to release the other americans being held no other families should have to endure what the warriors have the 22yearold university virginia student was medically of vacuum aided from north korea on tuesday north korea says it released warm are on humanitarian grounds wins news time four thirty secs that the word he's in london have launched a criminal probe into the grand fell tower inferno seventeen people are confirmed dead but london fire brigade commissioner danny cotton says the toll is expected to rise significantly after searchers finally make their way to the upper floors which had been inaccessible we know that will be more is the upper floors obey more challenging among needs some additional shoring ivc in this building could cite wakes i won't be realistic this is a very long process british prime minister theresa may has ordered a full public inquiry into the.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"But i want to get specific now because this happen and in virginia and you're very familiar with that because you see virginia i believe you can see it from your window eleven the district of columbia you work at george washington university virginia's now engaged in a gubernatorial race who just had the primaries at the republican candidate gillespie very well known part of the republican establishment came very close to winning the group toyo raise several years ago so he's a major player injured in virginia the attorney general north is the man identified with what remains the central part of the democratic party though he is outspoken i understand in his media against president trump is this some thing that needs to be corrected the the avila's eishin of trump does that feed into this national screaming match or is that just good old party politics can we tell from a political science point of view well i do think that what has happened in the last couple of decades is that we had seen more and more candidates the side is that it is better to attempt a mobilization out the faith strategy than it is to work swayed an undecided voters are those who may be leaning on again your candidacy and decision to attend to pursue mobilization as opposed to persuasion had meant they candidate had looked to doak up there baid with you know what we traditionally call kind of red meat weary dishes language that make people fearful and angry and make them so on wild up that they want to come out and vote but that really does have problem with and i think we are seeing that we have created canada background news is it for the country that says the other side is not just wrong but evil and evil is something that then kind of plays into these people believe elay should be vigilante who engage in some sort of ridiculous and really immoral wrong full any illegal just it it's not just the votes lara will we can be cynical with the rest of them that that come extreme language gets people to give money large amounts of money to the parties to the candidates to special interest groups that then connect to the candidates i believe that there is no good.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WTMA

"Parts of the federal government lara a very good evening to you it is not the shooter we need to discuss it is the vitriol the villainous asian the hyperbole there are a lot of fancy word for this but really they're doing lot of yelling on tv can we slow that after events like these last hours good evening to you good evening john thanks for having me on i'm not sure that we are going to be able to spoil it but we should it is it terribly problematic in my mind and in what has happened to our political harm i say shin whereby you he eat side hakim during campaigns as though armageddon will befall should the other side win frankly i tell student all the time that if you are always arguing for a one party um to me chrissy you are in fact arguing dictatorship and that it's very important that in our country we understand that when you commit to engage in politics you're committing to the process and not the result you are committing to the fact that probably over your lifetime you're part thirty will lose just as often as a win and you have to recognize that you must be not just good winners but also get losers the national picture on television we see but i want to get specific now because this happened in virginia and you're very familiar with that because you see virginia i believe you can see it from your window eleven the district of columbia you work at george washington university virginia's is now engaged in a gubernatorial race who just had the primaries at a the republican candidate gillespie very well known part of the republican establishment came very close to winning the gubernatorial race several years ago so he's a a major player injured in virginia the attorney general north is the man identified with what remains the centre part of the democratic party though he is outspoken i understand in his media against president trump is this something that needs to be corrected the the avila's ation of trump does that feed into this national screaming match or is that just good old party politics can we tell.

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"university virginia" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"university virginia" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Political scientist lower round george washington university he comment on the tragic events of the shooting of members of congress at members of congress and the number three leader in the house of representatives republican steve scalise and how this connect next to the larger story of the national argument that's one phrase that i can use here that we see on television and in social media every day vilnai zinc one side or tell their right now the villain ising is going against donald trump and against the republican party because after all they are completely in power in the in the two if not three parts of the federal government lara a very good evening to you it is not the shooter we need to discuss it is the vitriol the villanova's eishin the hyperbole there are a lot of fancy words for this but really they're doing what of yelling on tv can we slow that after events like these last hours good evening to you good evening john thanks for having me on i'm not sure that we are going to be able to spoil it but we should it is it terribly problematic in my mind and in what has happened to our political com under station whereby you he eat side hakim during campaigns as though armageddon will befall should the other side waited frankly i tell students all the time that if you are always arguing for a one party um demain christie you are in fact arguing for dictatorship and that it's very important that in our country we understand that when you commit to engage in politics you're committing to the process and not the result you are committing to the fact that probably over your lifetime your party do you will lose just as often as a win and you have to recognize that you must be not just good winners but also get losers the national picture on television we see but i want to get specific now because this happen in virginia and you're very familiar with that because you see virginia i believe you can see it from your window you live in the district of columbia you work at george washington university virginia's.

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