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"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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"wilson school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Talk about the word outbreak two or more cases in a school. Can you explain the definition? And then I will follow up question about that word because it's scaring a lot of people. What exactly constitutes an outbreak? So in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases that are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases. And there are some schools that are closing down in panel county. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground. They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during Thie. During the incubation period, where other schools they may be ableto facilitate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now, I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have tto look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases That might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, But they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students. Stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge. We're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel the way you were anticipating? More cases began? Open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department health Services director of Dr Characteristics, joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up. Is you saying you're being diligent, But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses? So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals, we would work. Those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released here in about 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with those jurisdictions to implement recommendations and help them work some through some of the specific circumstances. All right. Scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increase that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans. Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past in crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65. You were at a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is and so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them. And we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scottsdale's rescinded. There's we now know the Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mask mandate. We would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That is Dr characterised on the Department of Health Services. He is concerned, especially about Thanksgiving. No word on of anything going backwards. But she says she is seeing numbers climate a big concern of what might happen at Thanksgiving coming up in a moment. Of course, it's Gaydos and the big Q poll question of the day and then we will talk about the last presidential debate.
"wilson school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That are the source of all the infections that are occurring at those events. Like at the White House earlier this month. Director Josh Liberate Apes use Bio Design Institute also doesn't know why people are super spreaders. We don't know if they somehow biologically stabilized the virus better in saliva. We don't know if they have other ongoing viral infections that makes them better at spreading the virus. Perhaps more people who catch Cove in 19 Quarantine to stop its spread, Peter. Same or kg. Our news? It's a question scientists have been trying to answer since the pandemic began. How long does immunity last after you've had covert 19 University of Arizona study may have the answer loss for as long as we have measured it so at least seven months. Biancone Mikhalych Zoo ditches the head of the university's immuno biology department and worked on the study. It looked at 6000 people and found antibodies were still being produced 5 to 7 months after they got cove in 19. Two more Valley schools have been shut down because of an outbreak of a covert 19. The Wilson school district reports. The outbreak is that Wilson Primary school, and since Wilson Elementary School is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction until November. 9th for students at both of the school's A school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for Kobe 19. And now for a check on traffic. Here's Jasmine Scott Live from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you, Deborah. We're currently dealing with the collision from earlier in Chandler on the 10 heading westbound approaching Riggs Road. It is blocking that right lane. So you are going to stay left to get buy that is causing quite a bit of a delay. And on the 10 westbound at 51st Avenue. That's another wreck. This.
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
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"With the University of Arkansas. Yeah, you're a leader a lot closer to to some big. I mean, it's the the Walmart, you know has been in boxing for a long time too. And and it's the same Sam M Wilson School of Business. So yeah, that's a good that's interesting point. Maybe if anyone thinking about a move to Arkansas, there's some benefits. Yeah. So any last words for our students about if they're thinking about getting into blockchain or maybe something you would have told yourself a few years ago before getting into blockchain. I would definitely say to read off. Succeed in in a professional capacity in this space. You you want to have that sweet spot combination of you know, something you're passionate about something you can actually do or nothing about and something you can make money with and or sustain a living with right. And so I think that takes incredible perseverance you need to find maybe something which I I found like blockchain technology and you know just aggressively pursue learning on that thing and you need to be confident that that's the future you need to, you know have that that spark of this this could change the world. This is what you know, I believe will end up seeing in the long-term and I think the more you learn about that and just try to become an expert nothing that you love that, you know confidently, you know in yourself that that is going to be something that may disrupt an entire industry or a field. It's I think that's job. To the thing that was the key differentiator for me to think you know, this is worth pursuing with with everything. And so that that was great for me. If if you're a student that wants to learn more please visit visit our website blockchain. You mark uark.edu That's our Center website. You can sign up. We have a virtual completely free one hundred percent virtual conference. This October will have faith is like Nick Sabo all Brody from e y a great mix of leaders in this field and leaders in education and people working on really interesting start-up ideas as well. It's going to be October 4th second and we'll have registration up for that really soon. But we'd love for you to just check us out and email us that blockchain at you are crazy. Edu. If you want to learn more great plug, that sounds awesome. We'll try to make sure any note people can find you after they watch this thing's again Catherine for joining on and this has been another University segment of the re-imagined twenty-twenty job. Doctrine.
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"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.
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"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 Newt's World
"Thank you for doing this so I wanna go back to the beginning. I think people particularly younger people do not realize how central you have been to the whole rise of supply side economics both the great achievement of Reagan and then we'll follow on great achievement of trump. So let me just ask you for America's we've actually had this conversation. How did you become convinced that the whole lower taxes less regulation more incentives model was superior to what had been the dominant Keynesian model? What was that process in your own life? Well with nicer things gone back. Many years ago into the seventies I was trained first of all as a historian. Second of all at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton. I did economics and politics. And you're taught the Keynesian models but as a Grad student. I watched the economy fall apart in the early nineteen seventies with high inflation and high unemployment and frankly started doing a lot of independent reading of people. Like Friedrich Hayek and Joseph Trumpeter and Thomas Soul and Milton Friedman and I was at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York learning about monetary policy and bumped into art. Laffer and Jack Kemp and Robert Bartley. I don't know sometime in the Mid Seventies. I used to do some speechwriting for Williams Simon former treasury secretary and got very caught up in what we now call the supply side revolution because we should have stable money and stable prices but so-called Keynesian aggregate demand did not work probably causing inflation. And I realized you have to produce. In order to consume. You have to invest in order to create jobs. You can't have a good job without strong businesses so the incentive model was something I worked on. I was Wall Street. Economists and those days at bear stearns and really became focused on marginal tax rates. And the laugher. That's kind of how I progress in that. I wound up in the Reagan administration. An change to me that the policies that you and Jack. Kemp and others advocated which were revolutionary. At the time they worked so well. I think what's interesting in your career? Is You live through making it work once in the eighties in an extraordinary recovery from the lack of economic growth that we got up at under Carter. Then you come back again. And the same policies executed a president trump with you as part of the chief economic team lead to the best level of unemployment in modern American History Stanichev and then of course we get clobber. I'm sure you're like I was looking forward to election. Everything was moving in the right direction. The economy was fabulous and then boom now we have to defeat virus to get over the pandemic and in the process take real risk with the economy and parties. I'm going to talk to you. As the White House. Released their guidelines for America again is somehow getting not pauling into sort of Pelosi Obama tribe but rather getting back to the principled approach that you and president trump taken and has really curious your thoughts about how you see over the next five or six months establishing really high innovation high incentive production oriented American economy again so the virus throws this enormous tragic hardship monkey wrench into everything. So we have to deal with that and hopefully as the numbers continue to improve and we have put out our guidelines from the doctors and working with the states and all the rest. We are moving towards reopening of the economy. I think the key point here is this thought first trunch of assistance to the economy which is undergoing a major contraction across the board. But it's all a function of the virus. And so we want to stabilize things. We tried to stabilize things with the of rescue packages to help ordinary folks and small businesses middle businesses deal with the unemployment consequences cash and the quantity and deferring taxes and even for Barron's or deferring payments on mortgages student loans. All that I don't regard data stimulus per se. I just regard that as helping folks get through. Just trying to stabilize. In some cases folks needed some cash assistance just for daily needs. I mean a lot of them are stuck at home and we wanted to make sure they got paid. We wanted to cover all those vulnerabilities now as we look ahead and we are in a policy planning process here with my colleagues the whole team any CCA treasury and so forth with the president and the new chief Mark Meadows Note. I want to return to the tax and regulatory incentives. I WANNA return to a growth model. That will spur. The economy resume the tremendous economic growth. We had just at the beginning of this year. I mean we were growing at three percent January February but the point is I needed incentive model growth that will emphasize a number of things but it will cover regulatory reforms tax reforms infrastructure reforms broadband five g type reforms really across the board things that will a revived. The animal spirits be make sure they're ample incentives for inventiveness and creativity and entrepreneurship. I'm a great baller. Joseph trumpeters gaels creative destruction and that's where Donald Trump was back in twenty fifteen when our team started helping them. Those are his instincts and we want to continue along that path. It succeeded once during the trump years. I believe it can succeed a second time after we dealt with all these virus and health related problems health and safety is GONNA be. I no question about that no question. But now we move into the economic reopening stage. I'm still a supply sider. Newt and we're looking for what I would call supply side policies.
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"At the end of the program yesterday we played 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. details of economic growth. thank 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 all maybe it would be better to hear from an actual contest 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 credit and Burke said yesterday yes I did yes I did and what was your written statement yeah what was your gut reaction no guy I am very inspired by her and I think she is cutting out a pot of political pot on VHA economists must now travel. this is going to shift 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 in 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 keep is nice and makes the climate change problem less daunting than it is how important is it that not all growth is created equal it's 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 at an equivalent rate and and it's a different ballgame that is correct and so the United States where they are clearly not grow at the same rate as India win. nevertheless even slow growth in the United States is important for the US itself remember yes in your E. U. S. is a rich country by there are lots of people leading very precarious lives but there is also a. more basic reason even from a developing emerging country point of view that or slow relatively slow growth in the United States nevertheless feeds into World Trade which then makes other countries prosper as they participate in global trade. there's no question that all of these need growth in in any kind of a horizon board 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 your D. or just the philosophy of green your DD 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 in 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 and clean we now 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 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 WAAM Talk 1600
"About good, forty years of my life. This thing. Much. On the swim by this. Well, you know, they just busted what's his name? Bragged them out of the Ecuadorian embassy there, Julian Assange, and all as I said on my Facebook post as soon as I saw that. And I'm being dragged out. I just kept hearing Marilyn mccoo fifth dimension seeing one was egged fry that line one less egg egg the fry now at Ecuador's embassy, Julian Assange, probably be at some point in an American courtroom. I think there's a promo in there somewhere. I think you can you work that one up. Let's see here. Oh, here's here's where things are moving fast. Obama White House counsel gonna Gregory Craig I never heard of me charged by federal prosecutors over alleged Ukraine lies, this this ties of man for I don't know this ties everything that's going on with the Torney general bar talking yesterday about your damn straight. There was spying, and we're gonna get to the bottom of every democrat immediately depends. And then, of course, immediately even ones not not working and yesterday you had nothing, but C-SPAN and missile GT all of them all usual suspects all the Comey news network, just just relentlessly talking about attorney, general bars. Donald Trump's man plan to cover up above. They hate it. When real on order takes place, and this is going to I very hopes. I hope we've heard all their thousand sealed indictment. I don't think about that. All I know is that right now, we have a real live attorney general who's gonna look at any type of spying into the Trump campaign with guarded trying to undermanned undermine it rather all the above and he's going to look into. And you know, I it may be legit. I don't think it is. No, I know. But maybe in that what if somebody, but if it were legit, by the way, that's excuse are already running out you got clever. Call me all of them. They're all coming to the lying trough of. Well, we did it because we found out that Russians actually were trying to undermine the Trump campaign. Well, if that's the case that's easily easily crushable as if that's why did you tell Donald Trump? Why didn't you tell the Trump campaign that you know, we're going to have to plant some people in your operation and possibly listening some phone calls, which is a straight up fourth amendment violation. What if we do that with you, sir? Because we think Russians are trying to mess with you. That's exactly what they would have done. That's a lie there on a LA. I'll I can't wait the orange jumpsuits handed out. But this guy right here creek seventy four years old. This is Greg Craig. Lawyer based in DC that means he's hanging with all the right people. Both Republican democrat was charged by Justice department foreign agents registration act Fara unit. Greg faces up to five years in prison. For each of the two coats charges reportedly stemmed from federal investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election, led by special counsel, Robert Muller, which came to a formal end last month. This is related. You know, it happens. Don't you these guys just like what they did with Watergate, they bust these guys. And then they say, well, okay. I'll tell you about this guy over here. Just put me in jail for a hundred years on on I'll have to do eighteen and Club Med fed prison. But we'll see where this goes. It's darts. I love it love and I'm loving. Oh. By the way, my Facebook page. I started a firestorm today. I stole him put it on my page. And it was about said something look at it. But it's something along the lines about. Don't tell me I can't send my kid to school with peanut butter sandwich. And then not vaccinate your kid or. So if you know what let me go look at it. Because I it's tired of the firestorm. The I call them the tin foil helmet anti vaccine people who just you've got people that hate pharmaceutical industry. They think it's all just a a horrible JAMES BOND like plot to steal money from you never doing good. They're all about just keeping people with drugs so cynical. If my kid can't bring peanut butter to school than yours. Can't bring the deathly plague and then it says F ING vaccinate or I'm bringing the jiffy. That's just by the way, I knew that. Yeah. And so immediately evident brothers jumps in. And they're all around, you know, everything from vaccines are going to kill you to the big far. Karma. I love whenever somebody says the term big pharma. Stop listening to them. Just stop listening to them on that front. I don't respect to some doctor pal. No not enough. Are there people in pharmacy that wanna make tunnel? Don't give them anything else. Yeah. Sure. So what that's always the case anywhere the muffler shop there like that. Okay. They're like that over there at the roofing place. I like that. And the doctor's office the point is the over arching western medicine, which has enabled us to lift lift past forty eight years. You know, it used to be your old your village elder of. You're like if you hit fifty if you're lucky and now, no you die of a simple infection you and somebody pointed out. Well, that's because the cleanliness. Yeah. Okay. And has a lot to blood pressure medicine, and dialysis and all sorts of stuff, right? Yeah. So I just don't buy into the cynical. Farmers trying to steal all of our money, and you should get vaccinated. Yeah. Well, my kids if your kids vaccinated have to worry about catching Mike it. It's about killing nothing period given place to go got it. That's what it's about. It's about trying to hopefully stamp out a disease. Not okay. Your kid's got it. Because he's going to live longer because he didn't go into with big pharma vaccine, he's not a distant, blah, blah. So I'm not buying into that. Now, the other thing about this. Is the part of what fuels somebody by the way? Made a comment was hilarious. I deleted them in a bunch of other ones that they stick to politics. Nothing about medicine. Stick to politics and trying to be funny. Coming back. I don't try to be funny. I'm well. I use the word. I'm f ING hilarious. I am too. I'm really funny just natural. That's it's genetic. But anyway, the whole thing about me is I came up back in the day. We're talking nineteen fifty one to three when we'd see little kids with crutches everywhere. And we knew that the reason that was the cases because they had polio. And we were terrified of polio. Because at that point lot of people are getting no cure for it. So when they came out with the polio vaccine, they lend us all up, and we remember being at the in the school cafeteria. We went through a line was Wilson school and. They gave us a sugar cubes with the polio vaccine.
"wilson school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Invite you to one two four three three nine six nine to staying on foreign policy for minute. The Senate congressman just passed a Bill that opposes withdrawing from Syria and also allows states to punish private businesses that boycott Israel over its treatment of Palestinians. Senate Democrats were deeply divided with twenty four voting for the Bill twenty two Democrats voting against New Jersey senator's were split Menendez for the Bill Booker against. Gather it's coming to the house. What's your position? I actually haven't seen this Bill yet. So I'll have to take a look at this men certainly wanna take a close look at it yesterday. Wa I guess that was happening over the Senate. I put forward some legislation alongside both Republican and democratic colleagues talking about what we should be doing for responsible. What would be responsible next steps on Syria as well as with the Korean peninsula? This is something that followed up some actions that we've taken in in the house as well to shore up our our commitments on on NATO as well. You know, the overall, you know, the quarry that I have is just the lack of strategy and anchoring of our foreign policy that our partners and allies drawed don't know what's going to be happening going forward. And with these actions like Syria or North Korea. I worry that these decisions are just being made at a whim, and that there is a this type of process. And national security anchor there we should be having that guides all of our decisions something that I saw when I worked in the situation room. And we always say when you walk into the situation room, you check politics at the door that when I worked in Afghanistan or in the situation room. No one there new if I was a democrat or Republican one ask that, you know, that's the kind of approach that we need. And that's why our legislation that we put forward yesterday was pushing that way. So, you know, I look forward to seeing the different different actions that are coming over from the down turn they take a close look. So just briefly on the two main elements of that Bill. Do you feel about the US in Syria the way, you just described in Afghanistan, we shouldn't get out of there? Too fast. Lest we have to go back. Well, I certainly am certainly concerned about it. That's right. I mean, you know, we are right now we just heard from intelligence leaders just the other day that ISIS remains a serious threat. We've seen numbers in Iraq and Syria in the tens of thousands of ISIS fighters that are still there just because they're losing their geographic territorial hold does not mean that they've been defeated. So what we have seen is this. This organization's ability to be resilient to be able to rebuild very quickly be able to mobilize. And we need to you know, keep the pressure on. So I have not seen the kind of assessments from the intelligence community or national security experts that lead me to believe that this is an appropriate way to to to bring the mission to a close. So I am deeply. Worried about that. Which is why I was able and glad to be able to stand next to both Republican and democratic colleagues talking about this been unison, and I hope that you know, that message can continue going forward and that we can try to have an impact on how the outcome unfolds. And what about the Israel BBS portion of that? I think that's really what split the Democrats, and those are those who are opposed to the Bill like most of the Senate presidential hopefuls including Booker if he runs and Jila brand in one house Bernie Sanders say they don't support the D DS or boycott Israel movement. But they think it's a violation of corporate free speech to tell a private business that government will punish it if they make that private choice. What's your position? Well, I don't support beat ES. But as I said, you know, I'll have to take a look at the the language in the Senate Bill, and and look into the issue some more. So, you know, certainly from my standpoint, I've always approached this from my previous work as a Middle East expert as a diplomat, and I always try to think of what we can do to strengthen our relationship with Israel and other partners in the region, of course. But you know, this is something about how to dig into some more Tom in ocean county on WNYC with your congressman Andy Cam. Hi, tom. Good morning. What's the question? I have two quick questions slash ideas. And I was wondering what what what what you thought downton, particularly because of your experience in national security. The first is our prison systems cost an incredible amount of money taxpayers. And obviously our prison system is broken in any in many ways, but one particular fix. I was thinking about what what if we kind of outsource our prison system, so dangerous criminals, we don't necessarily need them in the country. And there's a lot of countries in which is much much cheaper to incarcerate people and treat them well. Of course, want to treat the ball. So for example, if you're now people who commit violent crimes. Prison systems abroad where you could kind of. You could run a prison for much, you know, an order of magnitude cheaper overseas. Then you could in the in the states and has anyone thought about this in general, and is this a viable solution? You're talking about people locally who commit crimes locally to imprison them with private contractors in foreign countries. Exactly. So the idea would be that this would be an order of magnitude cheaper for the taxpayer essentially, treat them the same. Or better, Tom, I'm gonna leave it there. Congressman I think I know your answer. But you support that idea. Well, this is the that's not an idea. I think is gonna work. I mean, this is our problem is something we need to own either US you for the most part US citizens that are the vast majority of people that are in incarcerated at this time. I don't think having them go be sent abroad is is a solution to this. You know, as I said, this is a problem, we need to own up to it's one that we need to address it in a lot of the problems that we have or the failures of of our leaders to be able to come up with a sensible way forward to be address. Why it is that we are the most incarcerated citizens per capita in the world. You know, I think there was the ways in which we can address it said will be able to inject more dignity in this process will also make sure what you still secure communities, and I know the Senate is taking some actions in that direction that are that are certainly encouraging. And I think that's where we should be putting our energy right up. Henry in Princeton. You're on wwl. Vic- with congressman Andy Kim. Hi, henry. I Representative Ken mind having Paul I'm a student at the Woodrow Wilson school at Princeton actually, studying under embassador Crocker. I had a question for you regarding your kind of unique position as a Representative from a district that had gone blue. And then red factor. Blue. What kind of legislation or programs? Have you thought about sponsoring or or putting forward that would address cultural and political divides in the country? I think a lot of other representatives kind of have more of an incentive to listen to their bases. Which are pulling them further, polarizing directions. But yeah, I'm just curious to hear your thoughts on that. Thank you. Thank you. Hi, thanks. Yeah. Thanks Henry for that. And is it sounds like a great program. They were there. And I actually didn't realize that ambassador Crocker's over there at the Woodrow Wilson school. So maybe I'll have opportunity to go look them up and seek some thoughts on the next steps. In terms of what you were mentioning about the kinds of legislation or legislative programs that you can dress some of these cultural political divides. That's that's a very good question. And and one that you know, one that I'll certainly give a strong consideration to going forward about what we can do. I'll be honest with you. I I don't think that a lot of the divisions that we face right now can be legislated out of our out of our our out of our problems right now, these are creases in our society in the fabric of our society that are gonna take a lot of hard work to iron out one thing that I start with is by here in New Jersey third congressional district trying to do everything we can. To to lead the way in show that there's a better way that we can do politics that he's engaged that is about a coming together. So for me, that's why I pledged to be accountable and transparent. I pledged to hold a town hall every single month that would rotate around all the different towns shoots of the district. I just concluded. My first one this past Sunday and will continue to move forward that way there's just a regular way in a place in a predictable place where people can come and look me in the I talked to me about their concerns. Let me know what I need to be doing better. Because for me, they're the boss, and that's the kind of fundamental aspect of politics. I think it's a loft here that being a Representative or being a public servant. It's about serving the people here. So those are the some of the steps that we're trying to take on our own to try to raise up the level of discourse and be able to treat people with respect. And in my last town hall. I ended. My opening remarks by talking about just a powerful wine from Martin Luther King that I thought about on MLK day, which is that he said in his I dream speech that let us not try to quench. Our thirst for freedom by drinking from the Cup of bitterness and hatred. And I just find those to be incredibly powerful wars. Not only in terms of what it is that he was able to help achieve and push forward. In terms of societal change that gets at some of the cultural and political divide that you're talking about Henry, but you also talked about doing it with integrity and doing it with dignity and doing it in a way that we can look our cells in the near and be proud of who we are. And that is what I hope to be able to help you part of the media challenge that it looks like you'll have along those lines is the debate among Democrats now over whether to make a deal for some wall barrier funding if you get enough back like maybe a path to citizenship for Dr. Hippie aunts or something substantial versus just saying no to Trump on any wall funding and not letting him have a win in that respect or any credit for having made what he'll call a historic DO heading toward his reelection campaign. Where are you on that spectrum? Yeah. It says I was saying it's such a frustrating. It was so frustrating to be sworn in right smack in the middle of this shutdown. And when I had that town hall earlier this week. What I heard from people across the spectrum was that they wanted the leaders to come together at the table. Finally, that's happening. We're having this the conference that's brought together Democrats and Republicans and a lot of people there in the room that are that have been able to broker and find agreement in the past. I'm hopeful I would certainly look forward to seeing how things moving that direction. But one thing that I will say that has been particularly apparent to me just in the west of months that I've been in congress is that I haven't seen during my time in congress the effort to try to ground this debate..
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"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.
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"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.