17 Burst results for "University of California System"

"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Benefit to their health and their lives due to research funded by the by the state Stemcell Agency again. Daniel Vitton reporter for Science, giving us a picture of what Has been accomplished under the agency under CIA, Emma And let me go to Bob client Who's the chairman of the US on 14 campaign? Essentially what those of you in favor of 14 or saying Bob is I need this critical research. Other was stalled, held up need more money to move forward. You have that right? We have our client. You do my off duty now. I'm hearing it now. I wasn't here. You have a moment ago saying you really need the money to move. All this forward is really what you're saying. Absolutely. You know, I lost my youngest son to type one diabetes, which He could have been saved if the federal government hadn't delayed that research by seven years. The Children of our families. Our spouses are parents. All of our families critically depend on this. This advancement there's actually besides to cancer therapies that we prove through court records where derived from thie state agencies research There are nine different therapies from kidney disease of paralysis, the type one diabetes to blindness, age related blindness. That are your reporter referred to that have been tremendous progress there. The FDA has now labeled them breakthrough or equivalent are Matt designations for vital therapies. For accelerated treatment to process them. Oh, and those were just part of the 90 for clinical trials that have being discussed here. It's vital to understand that California is ranked number two in the world is a nation. Behind all the United States in biomedical research capacity. We have a special moral obligation and capacity to advance these therapies. The federal government is not In the opposition, who clearly knows the federal government for religion because of religious pressure is not even funding embryonic Dr Therapies for diabetes for For paralysis for age related blindness. They haven't funded any of these trials they know and effectively or playing God with people's lives. By saying there's this research has plenty of funding. The president of the Gladstone Institute, an affiliate of UCSF, Francisco, has said that the night has grossly underfunded this research the entire university California system. Voted to endorse in an unprecedented move because it's grossly underfunded. We know that government.

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"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To research funded by the by the state Stemcell Agency again. Daniel Vitton reporter for Science, giving us a picture of what Has been accomplished under the agency under CIA, Emma And let me go to Bob client Who's the chairman of the US on 14 campaign? Essentially what those of you in favor of 14 or saying Bob is You need this critical research. Other was stalled, Held up need more money to move forward. We'll have that right? We have our client. You do my off now I'm hearing it now. I wasn't here. You have a moment ago. Just saying you really need the money to move. All this forward is really what you're saying on Absolutely. You know, I lost my youngest son to type one diabetes, which He could have been saved if the federal government hadn't delayed that research by seven years. The Children of our families. Our spouses are parents. All of our families critically depend on this. This advancement there's actually besides to cancer therapies that we prove through court records. Where derived from the state agencies Research. There are nine different therapies from kidney disease of paralysis, the type one diabetes to blindness. Age related blindness that are your reporter referred to that have been tremendous progress there. The FDA has now labeled them breakthrough or equivalent are Matt designations for vital therapies. For accelerated treatment to process them. Oh, and those were just part of the 94 clinical trials that have being discussed here is vital to understand that California is ranked number two in the world is a nation. Behind all the United States in biomedical research capacity. We have a special moral obligation and capacity to advance. These therapies with the federal government is not The opposition clearly knows the federal government for religion because of religious pressure is not even funding embryonic Dr Therapies for diabetes for For paralysis for age related blindness. They haven't funded any of these trials they know and effectively or playing God with people's lives. By saying, there's this research has plenty of funding. The president The Gladstone Institute, an affiliate of UC San Francisco, has said that the United grossly underfunded this research the entire university California system. Voted to endorse in an unprecedented move because it's grossly underfunded..

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"university california system" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | Last month

"university california system" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of color. Many more low income students. Many more first generation students meeting their parents didn't go to college. These air all groups, these are all demographic groups that higher education. Has and I think this is an indictment of higher education has done a horrible job it serving Adolpho Guzman Lopez, who covers higher education in the public radio station KPCC in Southern California, says In the last few years, the nation's most populous state had been struggling mightily to meet the needs of its students. And in the last maybe three or four years one of the big public policy issue, especially in the Cal State's In the community colleges and to an extent, the university California system. Was the significant number of students who were having a hard time. Paying for food and for housing. I mean, this discussion about homeless college students and students so going hungry, so there was a big push there when covert hit the fragile finances of many students were shattered, so students who had jobs and we're balancing, you know, going to class and holding down jobs. Many of them lost their jobs. Many of them had to, you know, dropped their classes in orderto get another job in order to support their families put food on the table, so they've set their their studies aside. Which brings us back to the fall of 2020. Fall. That isn't how it was supposed to be. Ah, follow in colleges and universities that were already facing rough seas found themselves in the midst of a tsunami. Higher costs fewer 18 and 19 year olds and that increasingly troubled match between who they Servan who most needs their help. And Jeff Selingo, the former editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education, says colleges that needs some degree of stability keep finding stability is slipping right through their fingers. I don't think anyone pictured That back in, You know, March in April that we would be online for the fall. And now, Of course, everybody's just talking about the fall. Not a lot of people are talking about the spring semester. So it's his idea. What I think is most painful right now is that we tend to be doing planning in week long or month long or semester long segments, and I don't think that's the smart way for hire it to move forward. Through this pandemic. A somebody who understands this industry. Well, who's looked at it for a long, long time. Do you think what we're looking at? Here is the beginning of lasting changes. Or is this like a blip? Is this okay? It's six months. Okay? It's 12 months, but But back to business at some point If you would ask me that question A couple of months ago, I would've said it was a blip. Now that we are getting into a new academic year here, and that many colleges, universities are either going to be fully online or mostly in a hybrid form. I think this is it going to be a bigger change in higher education. I think largely now technology is going to be a force to be reckoned with. In higher education. I think that most particularly 18 to 22 year olds see their world in a very different way than college leaders. See it. Meaning that they don't see a separation between the face to face world that they live in every day and the online world that many adults see they just see a kind of fused together and I think that's what we're going. That's the lasting change I see coming out of this is that we're going to move to a world where we don't see online and face to face education. As two different things but much more of a hybrid where students are going to be mixing and matching between that physical experience that we are so accustomed to, and the online or digital experience. Well, it's interesting because you do have schools where kids have moved back like they are in dorms, or they are in off campus apartments. But they're just sitting in those dorms and on campus apartments, taking online classes because the people who teach the classes maybe or the school, doesn't they? They don't think it's safe for people to like. Go to a lecture halls. But It's interesting, because I mean, in some ways, I do think kids know the difference like they know it's kind of hard to go on a date online. But they know where they know The difference is what matters face to face and what doesn't and I don't think college leaders know that so they're largely going back to campus because there's that coming of age experience. Where are the clubs? The activities living with somebody and dining with somebody participating in sports, right? They know those things have to be done in person. But what they don't think necessarily has to happen in person or at the frequency that it happens or classes. Right. There's a lot of stuff that they could watch. In fact, we're already seeing this on college campuses. This idea of flipping the classroom where they would watch videos or do other things in advance and then show up in the physical classroom. And that's where peer to peer learning or group learning would happen. Discussions would happen that are better face to face instead of just seeing a professor lecture to them, And that is the difference here in what's interesting to me is that we're seeing all of these students flock back, Tio. Try to live on campus and take online courses, run, even live off campus and take online courses. Because what I think they're saying in that action is that we value the coming of age experience, but we don't think it happens inside the walls of a classroom. And that's where I think college officials think it does happen. And in fact, that's what I think they think they're charging tuition for. So we actually tracked down a bunch of college kids to get their thoughts on what's happening..

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"university california system" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"university california system" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Aerosmith stop the hammering out there who's got a hammer where is it all may I go up on the on the floor somebody go up there and stop the hammering we've been rated PC or politically correct tension this may learn some let's say elder do Larry over here the state from south central the prince William the great characters he told the rooms are welcome to the program because we've got to cut your TD go triple eight nine seven one S. eight G. nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder relief act are constantly on this phone a broken you big Kirk Friday which we will be playing in the third hour more on this in due course new poll shows that Joe Biden is more trusted on the corona virus pandemic then president Donald Trump that's a reversal in what the polls have said over the last several weeks more developments in the arm on our pre case former president Obama has now weighed in the university California system plans to eliminate the SAT and the ACT requirements for applying to all of the schools in its system they're gonna go to a holistic approach.

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"university california system" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"university california system" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"So in the interest of bipartisanship and reaching across the aisle Hey looks like a lady by Aerosmith stop the hammering out there who's got a hammer mark is only going to put me on the floor somebody go UP there and stop by hammering it's been rated PC or politically correct tension dismay learns that say we do Larry over here the sage from south central the people you the great characters welcome to the program allow because we've got to cut go triple eight nine seven one S. eight G. nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder relief act are constantly on this phone a broken you big Kirk Friday which will be playing in the third hour more on this in due course new poll shows that Joe Biden is more trusted on the corona virus pandemic then president Donald Trump that's a reversal in what the polls have said over the last several weeks more developments in the arm on our pre case former president Obama has now weighed in the university California system plans to eliminate the SAT and the ACT requirements for applying to all of the schools in its system going to go to a holistic approach.

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"university california system" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Have sharply decreased their in state students in recent years there's a reason it's happening USA today has an exclusive look at important data reporter taken Simonton taken one of the take aways I think the main take away it will just be the robbers it was a national trend we're seeing public universities all over the country but each college kind of has its own reasoning for doing so university of Alabama they're a big reason for doing this is that there just aren't enough college bound seniors in the state of Alabama to recruit the lady in the state but that could look a little bit different in California where the UC system is just incredibly competitive and selective and tracked a lot of out of state and international students so if the national trend but there's a million different reasons for why a college would go this route in my somewhat new experience doing this for my son in terms of searching for schools I also thought that schools like out of state students because they often paid higher tuition but that's not necessarily always the case either yeah correct that's sort of why we started doing this story is because we wanted to see our colleges just trying to bring more out of it kids on out of state tuition to get more money but wow that is a factor that does that that there's a business decision there is also a lot of other reasons colleges like to have a lot of out of state students to boost their geographic diversity I like having kids from all over the place because then it does students like a more well rounded experience interacting with people from all over the country in some places like the university of Maine I'll try to match the in state tuition of an out of state student in order to entice them to come to me so in that case they're not even getting a lot of profit from that situation right I thought it was interesting to that you pointed out obviously girl in our conversation in the story the university California system I guess the way they do things can sometimes wind up adding additional kids to the California State University system yeah that's definitely the case and it wasn't just in California we see that like most of us will have this like flagship university of stuff the food school but they're not the only public universities in the state for example like in Pennsylvania you have pen state but you also have good sound university of Pennsylvania millers tell the others that are getting state funding and a lot of the times when in Rome at the flagship university go down actually go up at B. kind of second tier universities and presumably that's because students if they don't get into their flagship university they still want to pay in state tuition so they're still going to find a way to stay inside the state things taken taken Simonton reporter at USA today thirty minutes now after.

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"university california system" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The US number of public universities have sharply decreased their in state students in recent years there's a reason it's happening USA today has an exclusive look at important data reporter taken Simonton taken one of the take aways I think the main take away with fifty but rather a national trend we're seeing public universities all over the country but each college kind of has its own reasoning for doing so university of Alabama they're big reason for doing this is that there just aren't enough college bound seniors in the state of Alabama to recruit the lady in the state but that could look a little bit different in California where the UC system is just incredibly competitive and selective and tracked a lot about a ski and international students so that the national trend but there's a million different reasons for why a college would go this route in my somewhat new experience doing this for my son in terms of searching for schools I also thought that schools like out of state students because they often paid higher tuition but that's not necessarily always the case either yeah correct that's sort of why we started doing this story is because we wanted to see our colleges just trying to bring more out of state can't on out of state tuition to get more money but wow that is a factor that does that it took a business decision there is also a lot of other reasons colleges like to have a lot of out of state students to boost their geographic diversity I like having kids from all over the place because then it gets as students like a more well rounded experience interacting with people from all over the country in some places like the university of Maine I'll try to match the infiltration of an out of state student in order to entice them to come to me so in that case they're not even getting a lot of profit from that situation I thought it was interesting to that you pointed out obviously girl in our conversation and in the story the university California system I guess the way they do things we can sometimes wind up adding additional kids to the California State University system yeah that's definitely the case and it wasn't just in California we see that like most of us will have this like big flagship university extra the film school but they're not the only public university in the state for example like in Pennsylvania you have pen state but you also have good sound university of Pennsylvania millers tell these other schools that are getting state funding and a lot of the times when in Rome at the flagship university go down actually go up at B. kind of second tier universities and presumably that's because students if they don't get into their flagship university they still want to pay in state tuition so they're still going to find a way to stay inside the state things taken taken Simonton reporter at USA today thirty minutes now after the.

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"university california system" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The letter with us number of public universities have sharply decreased their in state students in recent years there's a reason it's happening USA today has an exclusive look at important data reporter Tegan Simonton taken one of the take aways I think the main take away we're drifting but rather a national trend we're seeing public universities all over the country but each college kind of has its own reasoning for doing so university of Alabama they're a big reason for doing this is that there just aren't enough college bound seniors in the state of Alabama to recruit solely in the state but that could look a little bit different in California where the UC system is just incredibly competitive and selective and tracked a lot of out of state and international students so that the national trend but there's a million different reasons for why a college would go this route in my somewhat new experience doing this for my son in terms of searching for schools I also thought that schools like out of state students because they often paid higher tuition but that's not necessarily always the case either yeah correct that's sort of why we started doing this story is because we wanted to see our colleges just trying to bring more out of state K. done out of state tuition to get more money but wow that is a factor that does that it does a business decision there is also a lot of other reasons colleges like to have a lot of out of state students to boost their geographic diversity I like having kids from all over the place and then it does students like a more well rounded experience they're acting with people from all over the country in some places like the university of Maine I'll try to match the in state tuition of an out of state student in order to entice them to come to me so in that case they're not even getting a lot of profit from that situation I thought it was interesting to that you pointed out obviously girl in our conversation in the story the university California system I guess the way they do things we can sometimes wind up adding additional kids to the California State University system yeah that's definitely a case it wasn't just in California we see that like most will have this like flagship university of spare me for a loop but they're not the only public university in the state for example like in Pennsylvania you have pen state but you also have on university of Pennsylvania millers they'll be the others that are getting state funding and a lot of the time when in Rome at the flagship university go down actually go up at B. kind of second tier universities and presumably that's because students if they don't get into their flagship university they still want to pay in state tuition so they're still going to find a way to stay inside the state things taken taken Simonton reporter at USA today thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

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"university california system" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sharply decreased their in state students in recent years there's a reason it's happening USA today has an exclusive look at important data reporter taken Simonton taken one of the take aways I think the main away with fifty but rather a national trend worsening public universities all over the country but each college kind of has its own reasoning for doing so Alabama they're a big reason for doing this is that there just aren't enough college bound seniors in the state of Alabama to recruit the lady in the state but that could look a little bit different in California where the UC system is just incredibly competitive and selective and tracked a lot of out of state and international students the national trend but there's a million different reasons for why a college would go this route in my somewhat new experience doing this for my son in terms of searching for schools I also thought that schools like out of state students because they often pay higher tuition but that's not necessarily always the case either yeah correct that's sort of why we started doing this story is because we wanted to see colleges just trying to bring more out of it kids on out of state tuition to get more money but wow that is a factor that does that that there's a business decision there is also a lot of other reasons colleges like to have a lot of out of state student to boost their geographic diversity I like having kids from all over the place because then it does and like a more well rounded experience acting with people from all over the country and some places like the university of Maine I'll try to match the in state tuition of an out of state student in order to entice them to come to me so in that case they're not even getting a lot of profit from that situation right I thought it was interesting to that do you point out obviously girl in our conversation and in the story the university California system I guess the way they do things can sometimes wind up adding additional kids to the California State University system yeah definitely case it wasn't just in California we see that like most will have this like flagship university but they're not the only public universities in the state for example like in Pennsylvania you have pen state but you also have on university of Pennsylvania tell the others that are getting state funding and a lot of the times when in Rome at the flagship university go down actually go up at B. second year universities and presumably that's because students don't get into their flagship university they still want to pay in state tuition so they're still going to find a way to stay inside the state things taken taken Simonton reporter at USA today thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

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"university california system" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of the biggest success stories of twenty nineteen has been to Mexico United phenomenal the fan base that they developed in the first season good soccer it's a good product and fun yeah I just one last night that my old neighbor basically started fifteen somebody from your center really thank god or his an investor in it I think of an investor will a guy from Santa Fe actually started so could be an old your old neighbor something Trav sunny you nailed it at yeah that's my own neighbor we got in there I've got an in maybe you're on the team next year professional soccer men's soccer maybe maybe not okay maybe not water girl maybe watch today's probably not not the soccer part we talk a lot of ill with Ron Bloomberg three and Mexico chamber music festival with Steve Vicki at three thirty it was in Jenin a politician former governor of Arizona former resident of Albuquerque New Mexico came from Albuquerque and former head of the department of homeland security and now rule thanks Tory she is the current president of the university of California system seven cool jobs yeah when the entire university California system anyway she's coming to Santa Fe and to be talking about her new book how safe are we it is four three.

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"university california system" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"university california system" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is joining us now Charlie Kirk is a truly amazing amazing individual he's the founder and president of turning point USA he's the host of the Charlie Kirk show you can find him at TI P. USA dot com and we welcome here him to the program today Charlie I want to start with the I want to cover if I can if I have time three different things with the first one is the fourth of July celebration of the fourth of July celebration the Democrats are now saying this is a partisan thing he's taken over the mall celebration America's celebration and Donald Trump is doing you know just a partisan thing well I would normally say that wasn't true but I believe if the other party now their stance is that America is a bad place and many are even saying that they hate America don't tell me that it's good I guess it is a partisan thing there's half the people that say no I don't agree with that is a pretty sweet place to be no doubt and and if they are making a partisan thing and thank you so much for coming on such a great honor and but where does this idea come from where has the the horrific anti American sentiment stems from its from our universities this is been forty and fifty years in the making and five or six years ago when I really started to get our work going at turning point USA I started to see measures on college campuses such as American flags being banned from the court rooms in the university California system as are the scene not just left wing students talk about their radical ideology but instead just be so awkward hourly anti American and now this has this has metastasized into the top levels of Democrat leadership I mean Alexander because you quit because does not just come out of nowhere she was created incubated in college in colleges she's a prototype of the radical left and now it's become mainstream and I can I sent out a tweet this morning kind of joking around a little bit saying only the Democrats could be upset that they'll be money spent to celebrate America but they're perfectly fine having billions of dollars in cash on a private jet to around one fifth only the modern Democrats could could come up with that sort of you know the illogical approach let me talk a little bit about students for trump it's just been announced that you have a budget now a fifteen million dollars a hundred and fifty staffers and a presence on more than fourteen hundred college campuses and you are going to do the largest get out the vote program targeting students on college campuses for a Republican president ever how are you going to break through to these people who as you said it's been metastasize there that sits there not for only twenty eight percent of of the students are are looking at Donald Trump in saying that he's a good guy like his policies the good thing about being at twenty percent is you got almost nowhere to go but up best thing about the best thing about being surrounded as you can shoot any direction but look the the I do believe that those polls are a little bit misrepresented of there are there are far more students that have positive apart positive perspective the president and I think those polls will reflect but make no mistake the road to the White House goes straight through college campuses and not to over simplify twenty twenty but the Democrats have very specific I called them policy brides almost targeting young people student loan forgiveness almost their entire climate agenda is catering towards younger coastal voters that have no connection the Hartland our country the Malibu in Manhattan is the extent of their world view not Missouri Michigan four Montana and so it's up to us our effort going in twenty twenty through our students for trump vehicle to add a little sobriety and a little realism in truth and the message is quite simple is we're gonna say wait a second you say you don't trust the government there's a lot of the students say they don't trust the government the Y. in earth would you want to make government bigger and more powerful and give more of your money and get more of your freedom that government because a lot of the students say well our government is but paid for by the corporations in a special interest ferret that that's a reasonable approach the miners would you want to give that very same government control of your health care and of your decisions and select it say up hill battle to Philly's going but it's it's a it's a clash that we're going to embrace because in order for Donald Trump to get reelected he needs to exceed expectations on college campuses the Democrats right now in the radical left or not expecting any sort of any sort of optical on college campuses and we hope to hope that at least make it competitive again not just allow the left a monopoly over the next generation so Charlie the other thing that is really concerned me is the arrogance of Silicon Valley they who we know through through studies that are done at Harvard that Google is changing results for their search and and stacking things for the Democrats and it is very effective we also know that they're conservative you know they're there D. platforming or just changing their algorithms to make sure that they're not highlighting people I mean me when I search and I watch something of me on YouTube I can't get them to represent two a recommend another video by me it is me play this is nuts I know the president is meeting with with Google and I believe YouTube next week the justice department is going to be there what do you what do you foresee happening there and and so there's a social media summit next week at the White House and and I will be there and the kind of extrapolate that point a lot more gland which is a brilliant one the Silicon Valley elite they look at themselves as philosopher king at the foot as a philosopher king that Plato talked about thousands of years ago that's who they think they are they believe they are smarter they believe they are better and they believe they deserve more power and no one should ever question that and some could make the argument that Google is more dangerous currently than the Internal Revenue Service the Internal the iris doesn't even use email still you still have to write them a letter Google could overthrow the government Google could change public sentiment ninety two percent of all search results go to Google and then select I applaud the president for having some sort of a forum to at least cross examine and hopefully challenge Silicon Valley and I think an important thing to note here gland is we as free market people and as followers of Adam Smith and Milton Friedman were very we should be very cautious and careful to ever call for government regulation however when these big tech companies are sometimes using government contracts and taxpayer funding to adventure bass their agenda that should be discontinued so for example Amazon is on the verge of signing a ten billion dollar taxpayer funded contract on your Amazon web services to house all the Pentagon and data matches on except cronyism not I would rather see is I mean instead of regulation just threaten their status as a as a platform yeah publisher and they they do not that'll put them out of business because of lawsuits so I mean just that one threat should turn them around no doubt and and I think your audience is be very aware of this and I hear this concern amongst the grassroots all across the country that they they there's almost been a super government created it's almost as if there's two sources of power now yes in America the government and the information processing distribution and there are thousands of miles away from each other but they agree and basically everything and while and while most of our movement has been very focused rightfully so on the deep state with in Washington there is a deep state built in Silicon Valley and it's really not even American I mean it's it doesn't care well who do you know who is in charge of anything in the future they will be much more powerful than any government well and they are on pace to have technology that that the government will never be able to catch up to that it's almost as if there's a super government being created yes and it's an old got Billy in it's an old got billion in older darky and there is no diversity of opinion there's no diversity of thought just last year you had one of the Google employees who dared send a memo about are pushing back against a gender stereotypes something of that nature which was not a controversial memo when you write it and he was fired almost instantaneously Ted Cruz brilliantly cross examine the head of user experience at Google and asked her how many political contributions went to Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump zero dollars the Donald Trump and over one point two million to Hillary Clinton and so we we we have to continue to to signal the alarm against this and you've done a great job of it we saw what happened Stephen Crowder getting demonetized recently and they're going to continue to encroach on every single conservative content creator until we take a stand against and I think your your solution of make make them be treated as a publisher not as a platform because they are acting as a publisher yeah they are they are thank you so much Charlie appreciated targets Charlie Kirk from USA will talk to you again and love to have you on next week after that to to get an inside scoop on what exactly happened at the meeting in the White House all right our sponsor this half hour by the way we're going to end the show with the reading of the Gettysburg address it's it's an amazing document and who has was was like two and a half minutes long that's it and the originals thrown away because everybody thought I was not going to be that important and it is one of the most powerful speeches ever given and it is relevant today will give that coming up in just a second the U. 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"university california system" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

O'Reilly Data Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

"I didn't kind of turnarounds term dart data which is what i hear from somebody an asset but there's i don't in the twenty had a bites of data somewhere but then when you look at it are the only see forty tear bites and so it's like well aware there's all day that must be we know it's dane and exists we just can't nobody can didn't you know ranks online somewhere that it was and the so it makes it really hard to compare down the you know because what we are a bit so i think the big spot on that that a lot of people are working on at these events now that it they're starting to realize is that it's kind of easy stuff i was stunned it's like pretty trivial but now it's diving in and just kind of doing that it took that work to find but they have behinds go wet absent behind the win and engaged and some of that's all the market and so and i was a lot of web scrape in and stated attractive work is i think the main focus now and then also i kind of questions around long term sustainability and there's a lot of our guys getting involved so you know that are kind of is getting of alternates archives a couple hundred terrorizing what's really cool about them and that they have sure rather commitment to their storage so you notify what's there to guarantee is better forever an asterisk is there kind estimate is at least any years so just pretty good right right and so i think that there's a grigs like internet archive an eye they're university is and working with the california additional librarian have a lotta space on the university california system and bay so that you see system roster did is it about that as so the federal government is the leading about that house when you know.

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"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Quite care about separation powers are just most fundamental aspects of as accountability in oversight on the stars california's concerned yeah our economy is continuing to grow it's it's even we need to make sure that are in lind areas our continued to thrive as as well as our coastal areas but our economies continuing to grow like you said arced the six largest economy in the world we have the best public university system in the world are unemployment rate continues to drop so california is is continuing to prosper for universe system thing overseas system which you have said publicly is under attack in many ways to oh yes absolutely yeah the president tweeted because that's what he does about you know suspending are counting accounted what he said responding to the university california system with your team begin to think about what who that the graduates at the system has produced in a while stuck to system has produced in the great minds that that's system has produced for someone to to speak in those terms as is irresponsible but actually quite consistent with with who he is let me give michael on her michael join us here on oh i their i'm from catcher rally and i hope the speaker kinda maybe focus was very local government issues for on incorporate communities were about ten percent stake populations instruction we we really need before we don't have an art media fifty three thousand and the ability to vote a local cal full on.

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"university california system" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of are you going sit bar while jurisdiction is declare themselves a send shoring jurisdiction the century campus a century city essential restraint murray said it that's not going to happen and they do have if there are a lot of money in the thinking will hold this century campus thank you think about the behavior our good berkeley i mean if things people are gonna say we're going to allow righty inning here for ride sank short for those people righted answer mala twelve cocktails and prevented free speech person when prevented are you know model for mesh forgiving a speech they do evacuated him put him in the ball approve best invite him out of the building and something similar happen but and why you last week well the proper missed freshen said are you wear of how many federal dollars come your way you know research grants another support you walk down that path you're not going to see any of them i think that's fine i have no problem with that whatsoever the amount of money that's going right now out of the university california system is example isn't the billions to get more billions of dollars well alright if if you're going to behave in the fashion your behaving and say oh not a single one of our students was involved this is all outside agitator as i know how would you know they're all wearing black clothing and i am ball clubs are only masks there were some one of them how would you know the voters individuals are not students you're softest or it's foolish us so not our county is then walked on their path as well there were to be sent short county also says the members of the home so are calvin bell one jen caress a word of the two would emerge also on the on the power county board so you know one record afar this only a quarter five system policies by prohibiting police and other cody employees from an forcing immigration long or collecting information about him aggression status nationally or citizenship steps they decided to strip.

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"university california system" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Your behavior often for the detriment of yourself because you're not shielded from the consequences of your bad behavior and that's the problem with state provided welfare with warriors asians like theme of that's a problem with infrastructure spin the larry alderson out we days of one before dennis prater at three on six ninety the answer thirty four minutes after the hour on the mike oh man oh i think guy i had down per evaded some miss information i wanna correct the miss information as a do it mile you know a portion on a inning that he said but i know i don't i'm a guilty of fake news not now not ever so let's correct their record and thank you for the folks who call i had a lot and miss lead people to think that the crazy on our pissed demonstrators or even praise year than they are and you know worst of california berkeley because my understanding i knew that he'd had a speech cancelled and you see away because the ryan said berkeley and i had lead people in this was both yesterday and today let people the impression that he actually had not been at berkeley that they were rioting despite his non presence there he was there and he had to be lead off with the flank jacket to be protected and the the an artist sue who ran while that carroll and and again i i think that the president who sent out a tweet that said look at it in people to get ahold this kind of situation or funding will be cut off for the university of california but as i i understand that that's probably not going to be an effective reaction because it wasn't as if they didn't have campus cops there they just didn't handle these demonstrators i think it aggressively enough and the question now is does governor brown one it call out the national guard on something like that president and governor reagan what have and did and university of california at berkeley but it's not really up to the president universe to california chad on the power ta remember her from a obama administration former secretary of homeland security former democratic governor of arizona now president of calif in any event university california system all of this and going.

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"university california system" Discussed on The Pulse 620 AM

The Pulse 620 AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on The Pulse 620 AM

"Has not been fair to these workers they haven't had a reason for years there's much is ten dollars an hour behind prevailing wage and university hasn't in bargaining in good faith so we're just looking for some fairness and that's why we've got a five day straight beginning today here you see away you know bothers me here in the state of california one of the biggest greats jason is that the university california system has hugely increase to wishing for both in state and out of state students so in other words university california system can more than a for it the request demands that are being asked because they're making more money now than ever before there also takes again more out of state students which is even a higher to a shame payment and those who pay in state so it was it increase across the board in state in our state and now they're taking more out of state on students which a lot of people in california get angry about some other words the funding is there i mean the more money you haven't that day call profit the more ability that you have financially this is not university system like you said it's the wealthy est that's hit hard times why to push back well i i think you have to nail on the head leslie this you know the university of california used is the public institution it's supposed to serve the public better commissioner supposed educator houston the and situation for research and learning it also for many years worse than engine of economic growth good jobs in our communities but you know unfortunately the university of more recently has been failing in its mission to serve republican so is you said to russians more than doubled in recent years which makes it harder and harder for working class kids to it coming getting educated in and they're looking to increase to wishing yet again just this year and moon time is she's as he said not only situation up to revenues to the medical centers are way up executive pay a certainly skyrocket him but the university is not being fair to either the students.

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"university california system" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"university california system" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Used to so you can be torture darell with us on years in jail they would play repeat people the floated twenty four hours of this on on repeat yeah this is exactly with that is is there twenty four our lives with it having some hard for to one deep four hours jackson will be broadcasting in here like well listen if you guys on your show on monday or fall into here comes starts again if you guys they're fun doing stuff to talk to you play this song what did that's our goal hey mom get on done it now i had to be fair to power unified ninety superintendent that letter is as measured as any such letter i've seen and i've so that many times with the chat about it i wanna compare that to what jenner the pollock tunnel road she's the president of the university california system said this outta who knows their tens of thousands a students in light of yesterday selection results we know there is understandable consternation and uncertainty alright among our community bob about that's very like world is coming to an end what are we got our now like that at least our youth i was and that so we'll give him that but i have so it seems like what i'm so there's a big kind of put out a letter to make some parents knox publicly well it's gon na but that also got to say that that things weren't that bad i don't know maybe of reading too much into a but i can tell you that i am coming out of from the cynical position excuse me if that's the case because year two days ago we outlined a bunch of so called hate crimes it a day and and most of them are fake most we criticize the you t r go the other day that said.

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