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"wilson school" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I don't know the answers those questions. But but But I'll say this. I'm curious way wouldn't rule him out either. Only Max, we're basically down to, uh, the chiefs. And the bills. Might be the only two teams left here. Yeah. I mean, that's about it. Well, wow. Yeah, but Russell Wilson School in Seattle, right as we know. There's a crazy league. You just never know with anything. Anybody. It's great stuff, man. Great stuff. Hey, are you gonna be in terms of Miami of Miami? Tampa? Where Miami last year this new year, you don't get to go. Is the media not going in the hob knobbing in the glad handing in the elbow Rubbing is not going to go down this year because of covert. I I'm sure there will be some people. They're my office asked me and they said to me Do you want to go to the Super Bowl this year? And I said, I'll do whatever you want me to do. If you need me there didn't want me there. I will be there. If you don't need me a woman there. I won't be there. You tell me what to do and decision to leave various people home. So I will be in the same chair and office that I'm sitting talking to you now. I'm Super Week for the first time in almost 30 years. Wow. Do you always find that to be an extremely productive week? You know, I would say it's always for the stars right like it's not a week for insiders. The shows. I want to go in there and talk about this. This This might be a different year actually go the quarterback stuff, but I want to go on and talk about everything going on there. So when they want to have on You know, celebrities and musicians and other famous football players. And so that's that stuff. You know that That's not my week. Free agency isn't weak today like and and Houston. Addressed to a certain extent, though, that's more Mel, Kiper and Thomas like everybody's got their time. And shoot balls. Not my time. But believe me, I'm fine with that. No problem. Yeah. Like, for example, Polly and I want to, But we also you look up in Hugh Jackman sitting in front of you kind of things that happened. Yes. Yeah, well, we case me sitting down on yourself. You know, that's not how I view. Yeah, well, this is fascinating. I mean, we will You know, the Niners, Jimmy G and Tony matters, you know Tony Maserati in Boston. I know that I don't know him. Personally. I know the name of Tony. He comes on our show. And you know, he obviously in New England, he was, you know, for years and years, you might have built up a friendship or something with somebody Garoppolo scamp, he suggested. The Boston sports Radio that Jimmy G. Might have felt the shackles were put on him a little too much by Kyle Shanahan. Uh, I don't. Have you ever heard anything remotely close to that? No. Yeah. Okay? I am not. But it doesn't mean that. I mean, I just asked you, so there you go. All right. Adam will listen, man, you got Maura than enough plates to keep in the air will continue to look for the latest and greatest in the quarterback carousel. And we will talk to you next week. God only knows what will have happened by next week, my friend so you can return those text now, man. Thanks for coming on. Thanks. You should have a great day will talk shit. There he is. Adam Schefter, probably just telling us straight up the text of porn. In what? He's a busy man. You know he's got stuff going on. He's talking to us. He's he's responding the text, you know. How many s so I'm gonna go through these teams right now and tell me Seattle. They keep in their quarterback. Yes. Okay. Rams. No, cardinals. No. Yes, Yes. Cardinals keeping the calamari. Yes, thank okay. It's too Niners. No, You're not. You're supposed to say no. Yes, Saints. No Buccaneers. Yes. Three Carolina. No. Atlanta. No, no Washington know your New York Giants? Yes. Yeah, Joe, not if they have a chance to get any of these guys. Right now. I think I'm going to get to Shaun Stafford. I think Daniel Jones has never get a quarterback boy. Okay? We'll put him up on four on the cultural They're cowboys. Yeah, I don't have Jack under contract They don't have under contract. That's true. I'm talking about who would change their quarterback Looking back. I think they'll keep him. Okay. We'll put him to five Eagles. No, they don't know what they're doing, Jalen or her or somebody else? E guess My question is when I say this team's name are they interested in any of the quarterbacks available? Stafford watching golf incident? I don't think the Eagles are think they're gonna keep one of the guys that have lucky perch. Packers. Jack knows I'm saying well. There's It doesn't matter. Move on Vikings date upgrade, wouldn't they? Lions. We already know that right tightens when they move on from Tannehill, maybe Colts. They don't have anybody know Texans. We know you have a new quarterback Jacksonville over rookie bills. There's the only bills they're keeping Josh out right now. But I think the Titans give Daniela contract recently. Well, the Texans just gave Watson a contract. You botanicals not asking out around Stand Stafford two or whatever the Rams escape golf a contract, for example. He's not asking out there kicking about dolphins. Who knows? No, That's a question Mark. Patriots question. Quarterback Jets question It sounds like the Steelers. I don't know a thing. Mason write offs. The guy robbed his workers at the end, right Ravens. He just threw us into Sean for Lamar Trade. You know, there's no job security and then the Browns. Are they keeping Baker? Yes. Yeah, Right. Bangles are keeping Borough. Yes, Chiefs. We know Raiders. How come they haven't been linked any of these quarterbacks they should charge Chargers. There's one that stays right. Charges. God e. Yeah, and then Denver. They're definitely they be in the market for sure. Wow. So we basically had about seven or eight teams that are locked in. We got everything we need with Derek. Everything we need right here. Great. There. I always like Derek and the dominos to nice work, Grateful the play low. Another love songs. Some people say, Layla, I say the piano exit from lady I think that's what it's all about. The key to Derek and the dominos was Duane Allman. Uh, all right. There you go. Thank you. Schefty. Hey, wait. Bugs Home of Famer Boggs. He do. This is the first on the evidence. Waterboy just saying, Hey, I got you wait box. Okay, let's talk hitting with Wade Boggs and whole fame. I guess two and then get some doses in two years. Alright? Yes, please love. You know how many you need? I got all stacked right here can hear one of 45 and 6 80 the sports lead. You're listening to Murph in Mac available now on your Google home. Smart Speaker. This is K NPR, 1045 and six cities. These sports leader. 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Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19
"Of an outbreak of Cove in 19. The Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is it Wilson Primary school, And since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction. Until November. 9th for students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine 19 even with loosened guidelines, AARP's Dana Marie
"wilson school" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"He has a Ph. D in public intellectuals fighting the tyranny of political correctness. He's also a professor of marketing and the John Wilson School of Business at Concordia University. He's the author of the new book, The Parasitic Mind How Infectious Ideas are Killing Common Sense, Doctor San. Thank you for joining the program really appreciate it. Also good to be with you, then. Thank you, sir. So why don't we discuss some of the news of the day? Obviously all focused this you know, this weekend in the past several months has been uncovered in 19. And it seems as though you know you talk about the parasitic mind and infectious ideas. It seems like they're a bunch of infectious ideas, all of them stupid that have taken over the public discourse around uncovered 19. On the one hand you have people or unreasonably fearful of the disease, regardless of age of people who are 25 refusing to go into work, even if they have no preexisting conditions and suggesting that this thing is on the order of the bubonic plague. On the other hand, you have people suggesting that mask Warren is utterly Us under all circumstances, and that basically the virus is a Why where? What is the reasonable position on covered 19 and how we ended up in this bizarre binary where the only possibilities are complete lock down and complete opening without any sort of restrictions. I would. I would say that social distancing with, you know common sense Measures like wearing the mask should suffice. I've had infectious disease specialist on my show on my show that it's their job to study these pandemics. And they've said that the lock down has been to punitive. So I think the sweet spot is somewhere between the hysteria on just common sense thinking. Man. Why do you think it is that that people seem unable in such a variety of circumstances? Tio find common sense with regard to this sort of stuff. I mean, my initial reaction to the virus was basically that human beings are capable of common sense on an individual level is why opposing ask mandates, But I believe that you know, if you are near an elderly relative, then you should probably be masking the nation. I'm asking up as well. And yet again, everybody seems to fall into these false miners. Who you talking to book the parasitic mind about how infectious ideas kill common sense across a variety of topics. What sort of common pathways For people to screw up these issues and avoid their own common sense. So I discuss idea pathogens as having been Spahn on university campuses. Let me give you an example of such idea. Pathogen. Perhaps the granddaddy of them all. Postmodernism is arguably The greatest form of intellectual terrorism because it basically argues that there are no objective truths. Everything is shackled by, you know, our subjective biases, subjective reality and so on. Well, imagine, if you're a scientist. You do wake up every day thinking that there are some truths to be discovered. Off course in science. All truths are provisional in that whatever we thought was true 300 years ago might no longer be true today, but we do wake up. Every morning.
"wilson school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The phones. We go Jet, said Juliet. It's Danny calling from Queens. Welcome to Delhi, ABC, Dan Yeah, Brighten doesn't really have a count of Woodrow Wilson, The man who segregated the civil service U. S military and premiered. The birth of a nation in the White House. Yeah, that I would definitely fall under their racist realm would mean he was He was his 14 points. He's a very inflated character, and I'm glad he went down at the Woodrow Wilson School. I took his name off his 14 points only acquired the white people they have no empathy. Deputy for people of color or I remember he had been hey, had been the chancel of Princeton universally on Lee up into this last month. They had everything named after Woodrow Wilson member Murphy, who used his desk as every governor did before had it removed from the governor's office. Monmouth College removed the building named in honor of Woodrow Wilson. So I'll take the death for shiny and nice looking desk Shannon on Greta, but You know LBJ, who signed the civil rights legislation after JFK was assassinated in Dallas. That guy would throw the n word around like there was no tomorrow. But the political winds were it was time for civil rights. Obviously it was the direction that the country was going in. And in typical political fashion, he morphed. But oh my God. Anyone who had any dealings with LBJ, who was the master builder of coalitions because he was known for getting legislation through I said May I tell you guys like every second word about his staff of the White House? Many of them who are Black was the n bomb. Let's go to Gary in Harrison. Welcome to W. A. B. C. Julia. One time I called up and you kind of made fun of me because I didn't know the law was the law was called for impeaching a president when that was going on. You're supposed to be an educated, intelligent woman. And you said that Joe Biden most likely has Dementia. I don't know your jack words, but something like that, and you'll still vote for him for president, the most powerful position in the world. The man has dementia, and you said you would help him over trucks. Your job. He don't an incredible job. He has vulgar but he's doing a great great job and he's going to improve the economy. But you said you would vote for a man with dementia. I don't understand that Mr Intelligent, educated woman. Okay, let me tell you, Gary. The reason that I said that is because number one, I did make a point that this is going to be a referendum. This election is a referendum on Donald Trump in my opinion. Number two. I also said this is why I think that Biden is showing early signs of dementia. But I don't think he's a sociopath like I think President Trump is Andi. I think that that's why I said, I think that his vice presidential candidate is going to be extremely important. This probably more important than any other time in our nation's history, Frankly, because I don't know the Biden is I look, I don't know I haven't sat down with him. I think he's showing signs of dementia. I don't know that he is. Full fledged going through it right now, but I think he's a much better alternative than the person that we have now and I'm sorry that you don't think I'm smart, Gary, but you know, that's just my opinion. You called President Trump Social path. The man does not want to go to warrant any cost at any cost. He wants to make America put people back to work and keep a state. He's your social. He's nuts, but he's doing a great job. You want a vote for God? You want to write for a man belongs in a home pretty soon within a year, too, and you want to make in the president's United States. OK, well, Gary, I find I find the president to be somebody who is scary and disturbing and A problem for the country. It's my opinion. I mean, that's why we're going to go and vote in November, Remember? Ah, the previous Carla mentioned would Will Wilson at the end of his second term, the last two years he was incapacitated. He was in a wheelchair. Hey, suffered from all kinds of medical issues, including dementia. His wife was calling the shots. She was the president of the United States. I remember rank. Wish he heads U. S Supreme Court Judge Chief justice Remember He's the one who decided to put stripes on the black regal robes. First time ever to show that he was number one second. I don't remember that at all. Yeah, he had stripes on you know, like, ah, the way you would have military designation on his sleeve. In the last two years. People would say he would be raving to himself. He had Hubble dementia. And yet he was the head Sweet point justice because they kept at very quiet, So I mean it. It's got to be a concern. Even if you support right and yeah, it is, But But to me, it's a concern because I see behaviors and trump that are extremely Just beyond disturbing to me, no good, and that that last caller acknowledged that say he's a little nuts. But anyway, obviously we are 100 days away from the election. I mean it. Look, It's the best of a bad lot. Honestly, well, it's going to be a grind from now on in November, Terry but up next We are leaving the West side where we've been here ever since we flip stacks of wax top 40 and became the number one talk station in the nation. Today's the final moving day. We're going over the East side. And went out alone. There are a lot of people that are fleeing Chelsea now in hell's kitchen, because just the horrific crime the emotionally disturbed homeless everywhere. Ah, and our own owner operated. John Catsimatidis, who made his bones in the supermarket business with Christie's and other operations, had a horrible, horrible crime committed against his manager. Just blocks away from us. Just like six blocks away, 24th and ninth, which you guy was attacked with a hammer. Opened up his whole head, and it's just symptomatic of what's happening. So we'll get his take on things and also the fact that Comrade de Blasio this morning on the Brian Lehrer show Willie Foreign, Wilhelm, please let's form for him by his real name, but would refer to march when talking about how to heal the economic collapse. Of the city of New York Communist Manifesto makes no it was not ashamed, either. With the Bastille. The only thing he's interested in a make sure the check Don't bounce wine, me dine me and pocket line me while I'm reading up on my marks and angle Stockton. But right now, let's get on news headlines and update.
"wilson school" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"This point the Gov- having had no chance to appoint anyone to this board that it gives the governor opportunity to call for him to resign, so he can appoint New People and clean it up. That would actually help the situation. It is me and that would be direction I got a treat for you. Guys friend of mine who happens to be congressman from the Great State of Colorado is joining me, and we were GonNa talk about something else, but now he's got an op. Ed About Tiktok and I'm GonNa ambushing with that Ken. Buck is joining me congressman from Colorado. How are you? I'm doing great Eric. How are you? I'm great. It's good to hear your voice. How's the family? Family's doing very well. My my son is now out of the army, and and living in Colorado and has given me a granddaughter. My daughter is giving me two grandsons. So life is really really good. That is great makes you wish you. Were there all the time in Washington. There's no doubt I prefer to fly West than east the the swamp is a great place to leave well, I you know I was going to text you the other day. By the way just just as as a personal side here, I was talking about this on radio if I can go somewhere, that's about eleven. Hundred Miles from Atlanta I can be diamond status, and the only reasonable place other than Winnipeg Canada's dinner, so I may have to come socially distance with you soon. Do that all right now? Let me ask you about TIKTOK. because I've been raising this concern last year at my my research together, and we had a number of people on stage. Who are raising concern about it as an espionage tool of the Chinese and people don't seem to understand what exactly is going on. Well the Chinese use a lot of tools to gather information on Americans personal data they gather financial data, credit, Card, information and other information, and it is ultimately a tool of of war if if there is a conflict various, each country wants to shut down the other countries, economy and in our economy is dependent on online. Transactions that that that is what they're doing. They're gathering information and and the the TIKTOK. all the information gathered about buying habits, and and Geo location, and everything else goes right to the Chinese Communist Party and and is used by them to to store data on every American. I there's a there's a website I read all the time. It's a technology website called strategic. Hurry Been Thomson, who lives in Taiwan, writes it and let me read you one of the things that he has written. I'm trying to find it as I pulled up. that one thing that must be understood and appreciated is that the Chinese ideology is interwoven into their commerce. We can of horror and convince. Convince. Encourage everyone to speak out about what's happening in to the warriors in Jingping I'm not counseling US intervention, but what is increasingly clear. Is that China demands? We ignore their internal affairs, and it's not reciprocated, and not only is it not reciprocated, but they have a communist ideology that has decided to weaponize American free market desires to undermine free market desires in prop up the communist regime abroad. I thought was a pretty insightful piece and I. Think a lot of people think. Hey, you know we can. We can separate the ideology of the communist from everybody just wants to make money, and in fact in China, their desire to make money in their communist ideologies completely linked. You can't separate the two. Absolutely and it's one of the reasons why the state. The government of China is involved in. stealing intellectual property and and other. you know. inventions in in the US to to be able to boost their economy because they see that so much as the the the really the future of their desires in the world, they use their their best dollars in. Africa and other countries to benefit the business in China is absolutely part of the strategy that the the communist government not only controls business, but also supplements that business with their their military and intelligence infrastructure. Now Moving from the communist Chinese to the American Communists. We. We've got a ANTIFA in the like out there. In this country, we gene a fairly public war now on our culture and history and I know you've written about that and including, I've got the piece pulled up from national review. You wrote on the seventh. Why progressives wage war on history from changing the name of of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public International Affairs. To Tear Down Statues of George Washington Ulysses Grant it seems like not only do we have profound ignorance of history of this country, but a lot of people have left just simply don't care. Well I think. It goes beyond that that they don't care I think that in order to create a socialist and godless country. They need to tear down our history. They need to do away with the bill of rights they need to rewrite. The constitution whether it's formal or or or just informed by tearing down. They can't get to where they want to go. With with the kind of top down government structure, they want if they allow Americans to believe that we were founded to break away from a monarchy where we were founded to give people control over government, and not the other way around and so I really think that this is a part of a strategy, and it's been part of the strategy for long time with the progressives to ever since you go back to Woodrow Wilson and it's really a. Desire to create this massive federal government. That takes away states rights that takes away. Individual Liberties that that's their goal, and that's what they are working on right now. Well. You. Mentioned Wilson Jonah Goldberg Years, ago wrote his Great Book Liberal Fascism that all the people criticize, it seem not to read it, and he talks about Wilson and Wilson had a brown shirt brigade that would go round. Harass anyone who questioned him and his policies and The left loved him. Of course he was also a deeply racist individual. It seems who re segregated parts of American military wasn't actually the great president. The left brought him up to be. Be You would never know that from history and the left itself, since then seems to just genuinely not care to learn history, because they're always advancing progressivism than ever need to look backwards to see what we've done as a country. And it was just it was a fascinating book by by Jonah, and just a history of progressivism on just it. It intentionally lacks any sense of where we've come from as a people so that it can advance different directions. But, I think the great part of studying Wardrobe Wilson is that if you look at every socialist takeover of of a country, most recently Venezuela or Cuba. They have to have. A Brown shirt brigade they have to have a group of thugs that are doing the will of the government, because people don't voluntarily work hard so that they can give ninety percents of their revenue to the government in the form of taxes or or some other extortion, so there has to be a force that the government uses to to move country towards socialism and certainly Woodrow Wilson was an example of that, but we see it all around the world, since what awesome and and it's one of the things that that if Americans studied history more, they went understand. Understand, they're going to be giving up their liberties if they accept what the left is offering well. Yeah, you mentioned that, and that's such a great point it..
"wilson school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lawmakers late Sunday, officially retiring the controversial flag and a plan to do away with the display of the Confederate Battle emblem the historic vote coming amid heated debate. Many saying its history But so many others say it's hate In the end the bill to remove the flag passing by a landslide in both the House and Senate, Woodrow Wilson getting the boot at Princeton, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, getting a name change. The decision was made by the board of trustees. They state the decision process to potentially remove his name started back in 2015. That's when activists brought up Wilson's past policies to the university's attention. The school says he segregated the federal civil service after it had been racially integrated. For decades. However, the board left Wilson's name on here and the Wilson residential College. But the board reconsidered their decision this past month after the killings of George Floyd, Briana Taylor Ahmad Armory in Ray Shard Brooks Florida Court will hear an appeal of Robert Kraft Orchids of Asia Day SpA case sometime this week, the Patriots owner accused of So listening a prostitute and issue crafts team wants the video in this case thrown out. Well, Pop bang sizzle. The Fourth of July is not until this weekend, but in many neighborhoods, it's felt like the Fourth of July for weeks now, with fireworks going off seemingly every night. Double. BBC's James RoHaas tells us about a community meeting be being held in South Boston tonight to extinguish the noisy problem. The Boston Police Department has seen in over 5000% increase in calls reporting fireworks compared to last year. Odds are you're hearing the cracks and banks throughout the night. City Councilor Michelle Woo and her husband are hearing it in Roslindale. And so I I get your full every morning as well about how hard it was to sleep. She's part of a new task. Horse, Mayor Walsh announced aimed at fizzling out fireworks. I think there are folks who are involved with setting off fireworks, who might not realise how dangerous they are, how likely it is to set a fire and how they are causing harm and the risk to their neighbours. Counselors Michael Flaherty and Ed Flynn have planned a community meeting tonight at six and Medal of Honor Park in South Boston. James RoHaas W B Z Boston's news radio, Just one hospitals and clinics were beginning to get out from under the PP shortage. They're back to where they started. It is a perfect storm. The surge in new covert cases means Mohr front line health workers need Mohr of Thie N 95 masks that filter out 95% of toxic particles. Justice demand for the same asks is growing from newly reopened factories, construction sites and other work places. The Wall Street Journal reports. Shortages vary from state to state, but FEMA. Circulated that demand will continue to outstrip supply through August. Vicki Barker, CBS News and storms moving along the South shore right now, we'll tell you where they are in just a minute. You're listening.
"wilson school" Discussed on KOMO
"A drive in ceremony at the train station in Chappaqua. Social distancing was required. But then days later, it was revealed. A student who had recently traveled to Florida started showing symptoms of covert 19. Further testing confirmed the results and with the virus known to be so contagious, the dampening news as for others also positive that's ABC. Nuveen Deal, Evil reporting. Latest on the police chief of Wilmington, North Carolina. Now speaking out about firing four officers and not letting them resign for using racist and hate filled speech, chief Donnie Williams says it boils down to one thing. The color of a person's skin is not going to determine the color of their heart. You have white. Also, they're good officers. You have white officers. There are battles. You have black officers that good officers and you also have black officer. Their bail sisters, So the color your heart is more important to meet in the color skin. Princeton has removed the name of its former university president and 28th president of the United States from one of its schools. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, has been renamed because of what the university calls his racist thinking and policies. NBC's Bob Brooks. The decision was made by the board of Trustees E they state, the decision process to potentially remove his name started back in 2015. That's when activists brought up Wilson's past policies to the university's attention. The school says he segregated the federal civil service after it had been racially integrated for decades. However, the board left Wilson's name on here and the Wilson residential college. But the board reconsidered their decision this past month after the killings of George Floyd Briana Taylor about armory in Ray's Shard, Brooks She's not so young and fresh anymore, but happily, this fine fellow of a rock star is on the mend. I'm Corwin Hate with another co Moh extra local music bands were alarmed when.
"wilson school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You part of the speech the Greta tune bird had given at the United Nations the relevant part of which for us was this we are in the beginning of a mass extinction or you can talk about is the money your favorite tales of. how do you. later I got a tweet from a guy by the name of robbery she's a professor of political science at Stanford and he said and so the quote Hey kat that Greta tumor clip you just played on market place she was talking also to you and your show would be nice to hear your reply so first all press riche thanks for listening second old maybe it would be better to hear from an actual communist about economic growth a short movie is a professor of international economic policy at Princeton the Woodrow Wilson school there thanks coming on the program Sir thank you very much first of all did you hear or see what credits on Burke said yesterday yes I did yes I did and what was your statement yeah what was your gut reaction look I I'm very inspired by her and I think she is cutting out a pot political pot on VHA gonna miss must now travel. this is going to sound like a very fundamental question but why does growth economic growth matter it matters because we want people's lives to be better what what when we've gone wrong is not even pursuing growth but in pursuing the wrong kind of growth and I think it must be the case it had better be the case that we can do a kind of gold that ultimately helps deepest lives and makes the climate change problem less daunting than it is how important is it that not all growth is created equal its it's it's one thing for developing economy to grow very quickly now because they have the means and they want to raise their standards of living it's another thing for some place like the United States to to grow it adding Quillen rate and and it's a different ballgame that is correct and so the United States where are clearly not grow at the same rate as India win. nevertheless even slow growth in the United States is important for the U. S. itself remember yes in your E. U. S. is a rich country but there are lots of people needing very precarious lives but there is also in the. more basic reason even from a developing emerging country point of view that or slow relatively slow growth in the United States never the less feeds into world trade we should then makes other countries prosper as they participate in global trade. there is no question that all of these need to grow to. in in any kind of horizon mode short term and long term it our. economic growth. and. actual substantive action on climate change or they is that possible for them to work together or they mutually exclusive yes no and and I think they need to work together responding to that directly. I think the green you know dean or just the philosophy of green your dealer is essentially the right one. and what is that saying that is saying that we need to change the way we do things it requires a much more intrusive environmental regulation on the premise that dad regulation we create a new Avenue for innovation and investment and that new Avenue for innovation and investment we create a different kind of go. he wrote that helps people who come out of poverty helps people to repair their deaths and we need growth for that but in a way in which we keep our ed clean we clean out water I think that that is the direction I'm reading from her from her comments a short movie is a professor of international economic policy the Woodrow Wilson school at Princeton University his most recent book is called euro tragedy a drama in nine acts professor thank.
"wilson school" Discussed on Democracy Works
"It continues this week with an episode from politics and polls a podcast. That's produced by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and international affairs at Princeton University shows was hosted by Sam long and Julian villas her two professors there. This episode is all about blue state federalism. If you recall our episode with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro from last year <hes> a lot of the concepts discussed here <hes> my ring true from that conversation <hes> this is a more theoretical look at some of the things that Josh Shapiro and several other state attorneys general are practicing on the ground every day. It is a discussion with Daniel Hamill who is an assistant professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School and they talk about the ways that federalism <hes> is being used by in this case <hes> blue states or progressive of states to advance policies or in some cases blocked policies <hes> when Republicans are in control of the federal government they hearken back to the famous Louis Brandeis quotes as states as laboratories of democracy and I think this conversation as well as our conversation with Josh Shapiro shows that that spirit is alive and well in Pennsylvania and across the country so again thank you for tuning in during our summer break and we hope you enjoyed this episode of politics and polls.
"wilson school" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"With the president or BuzzFeed or the New York Times or the Washington Post, and that's Bob Muller in one interesting aspect of the whole imbroglio over the last week with the BuzzFeed article and the statement by special counsel's office taking issue with that article. Is that here you have Bob Muller and his team maligned virtually every day by President Trump and his allies over and over and over again, and they could have just kept silent. Because that article was very bad for the president. And you know, got a rise out of a lot of people and had people using the I word impeachment and put him in a very bad light, the president in a very bad light. And they decided to do something. They almost never do to issue. A corrective statement that actually helped the president even knowing that it would cause the president to then attack the press in call them fake news and give him a lot of amunition to discredit the entire BuzzFeed article, even though the statement doesn't necessarily do that. And the irony there is at this office led by Bob Muller, who president is allies as I said constantly denigrate attack, accuse belittle they're now holding out in a way as a paragon of truth telling in virtue and relying on the statement of Robert Muller in this instance, to say, hey. Believe that guy. So what the heck is going on? I think with respect to at least thought Muller's investigation. We'll get some answers in the relatively near future. My guests. This week are Kevin crews and jillions Eleazar Kevin is a professor of history at Princeton University and Julian is a professor of history and public affairs in the Woodrow Wilson school of public, and international affairs. Also at Princeton together, the authors of a new book faultlines the history of the United States since nineteen seventy four speak with them about the legacy of that tumultuous era and the origins of the divided America. We live in today and the art of the story on.
"wilson school" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"President or BuzzFeed or the New York Times or the Washington Post, and that's Bob Muller in one interesting aspect of the whole imbroglio over the last week with the BuzzFeed article and the statement by the special counsel's office taking issue with that article. Is that here you have Bob Muller and his team maligned virtually every day by President Trump and his allies over and over and over again, and they could have just kept silent. Because that article was very bad for the president. And you know, got a rise out of a lot of people and had people using the I word impeachment and put him in a very bad light, the president in very bad light. And they decided to do something. They almost never do to issue. A corrective statement that actually helped the president even knowing that it would cause the president to then attack the press in call them fake news and give him a lot of amunition to discredit the entire BuzzFeed article, even though the statement doesn't necessarily do that. And the irony there is at this office led by Bob Muller, who president is allies as I said constantly denigrate attack, accuse belittle they're now holding out in a way as a paragon of truth telling in virtue and relying on the statement of Robert Muller in this instance, to say, hey. Believe that guy. So what the heck is going on? I think with respect to at least thought Muller's investigation. We'll get some answers in the relatively near future. My guests. This week are Kevin crews and jillions Eleazar Kevin is a professor of history at Princeton University and Julian is a professor of history and public affairs in the Woodrow Wilson school of public, and international affairs. Also at Princeton together, the authors of a new book faultlines the history of the United States since nineteen seventy four speak with them about the legacy of that tumultuous era and the origins of the divided America. We live in today and the art of the story on.
"wilson school" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Only wind up at the wrong apartment so again is a possible the press didn't know about this unlikely and jfk did this kind of crap all the time the kennedys of this kind of stuff all the time the camelot image the press plastered across the front pages it was all a lie now you might say that these lies were done for the sake of the american public they did this with hollywood stars at the time they did with all presidents at the time all politicians at the time but that is clearly not true because even today the press tree jfk with the sort of glamour and sophistication jfk was a significantly worse person in many ways than bill clinton okay bill clinton is nobody's idea of saint and yet jfk is treated as this wonderful guy right nobody talks about shipping kennedy off the kennedy center nobody talks about taking that chisel and just tripping that right off the kennedy center talking about removing woodrow wilson's name from the woodrow wilson school over princeton but they will never talk about removing jam k's name even though kennedy was indeed the worst kind of sexual scumbag none that matters that's totally fine because kennedy was cutting and then you wonder why people on the right don't respect the press you wonder why people on the right have no respect for how it is that the the press go about their business is because of stuff like this now meanwhile in apparently the least shocking news of the day rachel dole is all you remember her she's the white lady who said that she was black and then she ended up working for the spokane chapter of the nwc and then it turned out that she's actually just a white girl from kansas will now it turns out that according to k h q which the local station dole has legally changed her name to nick catchy diablo in two thousand sixteen because she's a screwed up human being is accused of first degree theft by welfare fraud perjury in the second degree and false verification for public.
"wilson school" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"Recent concerns over the misuse of personal data have led some facebook users to consider breaking up with the service well now a movements underway to break up facebook itself a coalition of advocacy groups just launched a campaign calling on the us federal trade commission to force the social media platform to break up they want facebook instagram what's up and facebook messenger currently all owned by facebook to be separated into four companies that operate independently the coalition says it's time to break up facebook's monopoly facebook's power came up again this week facebook founder and ceo mark zuckerberg appeared before members of the european parliament in what some of the european leg of his apology tour drew apologizes a good thing and it is absolutely needed to that's german member of european parliament manfred vaber he asked directly about breaking up facebook you to today in europe not unitive to facebook for services you're offering what happened instagram are already part of your empire would you consider your company as a monopoly and i have to say as a politician i believe in markets and rules but i also want to stop all kinds of possible monopolies and that's why i think it is time to discuss breaking facebook monoply because it's already too much power in only one hand so i ask you simply and that is my final question can you convince me not to do so that's part of the statement from german member of european parliament manford vaber during mark zuckerberg's appearance before members at the paean parliament this past week the issue of breaking up the tech giant's has come up before but this week in light of the eu testimony in this new breakup facebook campaign we thought we delve into it a little more closely stephen stroz is the john l weinberg goldman sachs visiting professor of public policy at princeton university's woodrow wilson school for years he's been concerned about the outsized power of facebook and other tech giants stephen.
"wilson school" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"In the country he's he really his his life in his work in his words have really mattered he got his master's degree in public affairs from the woodrow wilson school at princeton and he got his bachelors from boston university and had really formative experiences in both places in his a former associate pastor at a pentecostal church in cambridge so he's originally from nashville he currently lives in dc with his wife michelle in his son august in his tiny little form of old so he is completely adad in the weeds in we are gonna talk about what it was like to serve the white house we're going to talk about president obama specifically we're gonna talk about president obama's reversal on gay marriage and what that was like to witness in in his face and what he was like behind the scenes and are current administration and joshua's thoughts on that listen this is a really packed conversation it's powerful in its it's deeply faithful josh is a man of amazing faith i think you're going to really love him if you haven't heard of him before you're going to be glad that you're listening today so thanks for joining and let me welcome joshua bach to the podcast right i really so happy to welcome you to the show josh thank you for being here thanks for having me looking forward to the conversation i have followed for some time and i have yet to find anything that you say that i don't like i'm looking.
"wilson school" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Graham isn't producing nonsense this is a problem a lot of people believe what comes out of computer so what we know is if you put a planet like the earth on a circular orbit it should stay on the circuit warping most of us have noticed the earth has kept going around the sun at about the same distance all our lives and i believe that scientists have known that it's been about the same place for billions of years so if you write a computer code that tells you that the earth wanders off and its orbit changes on the times go a couple years there's something wrong with your program i get it and that was the mistake i made with this project so looking back on that seventeen year old me good ambition good taste needed some training needed to learn some stuff when you got to princeton us selected physics as your major dubbing it and i quote really exciting i read that attending the woodrow wilson school of public and international fairs was your second choice or close second choice would influence your decision to abandon that choice and ultimately pursue physics i've always wanted to do something that was politically relevant i've always been fascinated by politics matra now quite active in science politics and i think i didn't so much abandon the woodrow wilson school but got drawn into astronomy i had the opportunity to do research on my junior year with two terrific faculty there's a visiting professor from oxford who gave me this problem actually studying orbits going back to my high school project but now doing this in a very deep way mathematically and i really love learning the sort of the mathematical elegance of the orbits.
"wilson school" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"wilson school" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Daniel condiment is professor of psychology and public affairs emeritus at the woodrow wilson school of princeton university where he is also the udine higgins professor of psychology emeritus and he's a fellow of the center for rationality at the hebrew university in jerusalem is best known for his book thinking fast and slow on being is trend gillis chris higo billy percy mariah halgason maya tarom mary samba lay that any man selena carlsson montana vesey and erin herro a lovely theme music has provided and composed by he keating and alas boise her singing our final credits nhl is hip hop artist liz out on being with created at american public media our funding partners include the dawn templeton foundation the pfetzer institute helping to build a spiritual foundation for a loving world find them at pfetzer dot org kelly a pay a foundation working to create a future where universal spiritual values form the foundation of how we care for our common home henry loose foundation in support of public theology reimagined the osprey foundation a catalyst for empowered healthy and fulfilled lives and the lily endowment and indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to its founders interest in religion community development and education on being distributed bat p r x public radio exchange and is a chris chip it public production.
"wilson school" Discussed on Recode Decode
"But let's talk about what how you got to where you that you would you had started off you have quite a resume you start off educated all and and how you so what you go through that really quickly uh so i started out studying electrical engineering at princeton and i also did a side certificate in the wilson school public in an international fairs i went straight to you harvard law school the case go before that in the book you talk a lot about your background and growing up sorta seems delic the odds night yeah i mean wasn't quite a delicacy it was a little bit of a small town than who really have very many asian so there is a little bit of tension there but in a but my parents were you know like we had dinner together every night it was very um education oriented and you know my mom was a researcher at bell labs so we had access to computers swagger yeah my dad was a math professor so it was very know we had access to a lot of information and a lot of that you know an educational tools and uh and focus and achievement around achievement yeah thought was like they had come from china on education scholarships and for them like education was the path to success and the path to contributing back and it wasn't genderbased they were pushing right boning they had with three girls regular exactly bility to be unfair gender but also wasn't that is that eu she your mother was a researcher she had a significant job in the idea was that you could achieve whatever he was that's the pressing idea now but the goals weren't that great lu lu they were like if you could be a professor or a doctor that would be so awesome and but you can do it if you work hard enough right exactly so you went under princeton go ahead turns out entrepreneurs and then after prince and i want to harvard law school and i practice corporate law for two years and you're in new york and then a year in hong kong mostly men in the group um and.