35 Burst results for "Yale"

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | 1 d ago

John Zmirak's 18-Year-Old Paranoia Was Completely Justified

"You were just telling us something about what happened in 1982. In 1982, an age 17 maybe 18 as a freshman at Yale, I was telling my Friends that the gay lobby was far more dangerous to western civilization than Soviet comics. This is 17 years before Tommy collapsed, but I think as we look around and children being chemically castrated, 12 year old girls having their healthy breasts removed to radical mastectomies, young people being groomed and recruited for sexual perversion by Disney by kindergarten teachers by second grade teachers by school boards. I'm afraid my 18 year old paranoia was all too justified that I would take Soviet communism in a heartbeat over what the LGBTQ my name is legion movement has in mind. Well, I think John, you're just gifted in the sense that you kind of see things as they are and you connect the dots and most people somehow, you know, a fly or a gnat distracts them before they can connect all the dots. And you really have been able always to do that. And

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'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Calls It Like It Is

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 6 d ago

'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf Calls It Like It Is

"I'm talking to Naomi wolf, the new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Naomi, this is all so extraordinary what we're talking about. And part of what makes it extraordinary is there's been such a shaking of everything that we're seeing new alliances. I mean, the idea that you would be on Steve Bannon's show, you know, but I'm saying it's so fascinating to me that there are some people simply willing to see what is and care about what's important and understand that we're in a war, a strange war ideological war. You and I both have friends on the left, people who've worked at The New York Times and on and on and on from the world that we grew up in graduating from Yale in the 80s and all that kind of stuff. And part of what's mortifying to me is to see them going along with this narrative. But at least equally impressive is the tiny handful of folks like you who are simply calling it like it is. And so what is that like for you, though, to see things that we once took for granted, that The New York Times is a great institutional organization. Yes, they lean left. But they're going to call balls and strikes. They're journalists. What has that been like for you? Because it's horrifying. Yeah, I mean, Eric, I agree with you. It's absolutely terrifying and disorienting. And it's sometimes it's hard to absorb this level of nefarious results from people that I love and respect and institutions I used to trust. You know, like you, I kind of feel like this is a time when, you know, I kind of feel like God is shaking every human institution. And what we're seeing is just what you describe. You know, many people are going along with literally lies and satanic

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How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last week

How Fox's Pete Hegseth Got Involved With 'Battle for the American Mind'

"Hey, welcome back folks. We're talking about American education, battle for the American mind, is the book uprooting a century of miseducation, David Goodwin has written it with Pete hegseth in that David. You're the head of the association of classical Christian schools. So you're like a brainy guy. Pete is just like a talking hit on Fox and Friends. We know he has nothing to say if it's not on a teleprompter. Pete, how did you get involved in this? I've always learned to join forces with people smarter than me. That's the key. Andy's humble, which makes me hate him even more. You went to Princeton, you went to the Harvard Kennedy school of government. What did you major in at Princeton? Politics. You did. I did. Political philosophy. As sort of a degree of that. But I'll tell you what I've learned in this project, how much I didn't learn. I didn't learn any of this stuff. My kids are in classical Christian schools and all I say every day is, why can't I go back to school and learn these things? Okay, you're singing my song. I have said this over and over in the last couple of decades. I learned something. I wrote a book called if you can keep it Franklin's famous line. And because of Oz Guinness, whose book I had read, I understood things, and all I could think of is how did I not get this? I didn't get any of this. So you obviously going through this elite schools, which like, Yale, they don't teach you this stuff. They teach you John Dewey on steroids, I guess. And they teach you now the latest manifestations of the Frankfurt school and critical theory, which is now we now see as critical race theory, and we talk about every day. But it was just the water in which we swam. I took social studies. We all took social studies who invented social studies. Yeah, why is it not history? Why is it social studies? We can't get into that. We can't get into that, don't talk about it. I didn't know where that all came from. David had done the research and then I was able to lay it upon the environment in which we live right now and realize we all got a progressive education. Yeah. Almost everyone watching guaranteed. Right. Got a progressive education that was started by atheist advanced by marxists who had their own agenda and it all happened subtly, and a lot of us think we aren't infected, but we are. And so you have to dig under the ruins of what used to exist. And that's what David did in this project. This is the way education our founders were educated, how free people and republics actually perpetuate themselves. Why don't we do

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The Association of Winning With Happiness

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

The Association of Winning With Happiness

"Why else did they drop valedictorians in so many schools? Because it'll make the non valedictorian unhappy. I told you fools teach your children as a general rule. Truly foolish foolish human beings. People devoid of wisdom. I wasn't valedictorian of my high school class. So what? So what? It's one of the happier kids in my high school class. I was even president of the high school class. So yeah, that sense I won. Meant more to me to be elected by my peers than it would have been a valedictorian. But it doesn't matter. If I were in president of the class, wouldn't have mattered. The association of winning with happiness, my kid has to get into the best possible college. So then the kid gets an acceptance into some Ivy League school and the kid is so happy. So I'm curious, here's an interesting question. I don't know the answer, but it's an interesting question. Is the average graduate of an Ivy League school Harvard Yale Princeton or non Ivy League Stanford Berkeley, ten years later, 30 years later, are they on average happier than those who went to Michigan state? Now, by the way, I know

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Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Examines the Significance of J.D. Vance for the GOP's Future

"There's an article about JD Vance, JD Vance, the author of the book hillbilly allergies, very good book, very moving book. Who is now running in Ohio for the Senate endorsed by Trump and JD events have become kind of a liberal celebrity after hillbilly allergies. In part because he described and kind of riveting autobiographical detail is sort of hard Scrabble origins, the very dysfunctional family life, his grandmother, setting his grandfather on fire. I mean, crazy stuff like that, boring alcohol all over him and lighting a match. And all of this is in the book. It's no wonder the book was a massive bestseller. But I'll let you in a lot of liberals and journalists would say this is actually helps us understand the Trump phenomenon. The fact that working class people very often people who are struggling or poor, they're not behaving the way they did under FDR, under FDR, the kind of white working class could be counted on to vote for the Democrats. That was actually FDR's base. But now these guys a lot of them moving over to the Republicans and they're particularly enthusiastic about Trump. And yet, and yet, initially, JD Vance was very critical of Trump. And in fact, saw Trump as somebody who was, you may almost say taking advantage of this group rather than truly reflecting its values. And of course, the left love this, they were like, here's the guy who's come from that background. Here is the true you may say, descendant of hillbillies. Now, of course, JD Vance is not himself a hillbilly. Here is a guy who went to Yale, Yale law school, and has worked for big financial corporations and he's made a big success of his life and even though in the book he amusingly describes how he, you know, the first time they asked him whether he wanted a chablis or whether he wanted solving you on blankey, he didn't really know what they were talking about. He thought that there were just two kinds of wine, one is white and the other is red and the idea that there was sort of nuances or options within white and within red, he thought this was some kind of a joke. So this is all very amusingly portrayed in the book, but JD Vance, I'm sure today has a favorite Cabernet and possibly a favorite Pinot Noir. But nevertheless, the left was able to say, look, this guy who kind of knows the white working class is understands them and knows the Trump is a fraud. Well, as it turns out, by 2020, JD events became a defender of Trump, voted for Trump, endorsed Trump. And now Trump has endorsed him, and as far as I can see, Trump Junior, Don Junior is on the road campaigning for JD Vance. And some of the other candidates, by the way, are, you know, obviously very grumpy about this, JD Vance has surged into the first place. In the, in the Senate campaign.

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President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

"I want to play for you what president Trump said over the weekend. He had a big rally Saturday night in Ohio. Delaware county fairgrounds. And he was there on behalf of JD JD Vance. Now, JD Vance was a never trumper. He trash talked Trump early on, didn't want him, didn't like him. Listen to how president Trump explains his endorsement of JD Vance in the Ohio Senate race. I'm very pleased to introduce the man with by far the best chance to defeat the radical Democrat nominee for the U.S. Senate. This November. And you know what? You know what? He's a guy that said some bad about me. He did. But you know what? Every one or the others did also. In fact, if I went by that standard, I don't think I would have ever endorsed anybody in the country. They all said bad, but they all came back. But I will tell you, he was tough, but the others were tough and they all, a lot of them said, some really bad things. And ultimately, I put that aside, by the way, he's been like incredible in the last period of time, long period of time. And so have the others, for the most part, I guess in all cases, the others. But I have to do what I have to do. We have to pick somebody that could win. And this guy is, he's tough. He's smart. He's a former marine. He's a Yale educated lawyer, a great student, you know, went to Yale, got a law degree. He's a great student. He's a fearless maga fighter. He fights like crazy and he loves Ohio and he frankly, he's a great Buckeye. So what I'd like to do is ask JD Vance. Come

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Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Getting to Know Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States

"Let's dig in. This was a speech that was given by Gerald Ford president of the United States in 1977. It was January. It was his State of the Union, and I think he went ahead and took it to the State of the Union because Gerald Ford has an interesting perspective of being the only person ever to serve as president. And vice president, both, and never be elected to those offices. He was a member of the House of Representatives when Spiro Agnew resigned from the vice president. He was appointed by Richard Nixon to become vice president after Richard Nixon resigned. He taking again through the Twenty-fifth Amendment became president of the United States. So he serves as the only person to have ever served as president of this country without actually being elected. We've had some who have ascended to those roles, but if they actually served, if they serve later, they were actually president, but this was one in which he was actually appointed to the vice president's role, not elected to that vice president's role. So in moving up, it makes it makes an interesting anomaly in history. But it also sort of fits one Gerald Ford. If you look into his background, you look into where he came from. He's a midwesterner, raised in mission, Grand Rapids, went to school at the University of Michigan, played football there was a star football player. In fact, one two national titles there undefeated football teams at the University of Michigan after that went to Yale law school and then served in the United States Navy during World War II came out and began his service in the United States House where he served over 25 years before he was picked to be vice president and president.

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How Lee Strobel Used Journalism to Write 'The Case for Christ'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | Last month

How Lee Strobel Used Journalism to Write 'The Case for Christ'

"And he said I want you to read this book and then get back to me later And he handed me your book The case for Christ And it is a powerful book you were a journalist You were a journalist at the time and you and if I'm telling this incorrectly stop me you were not a big believer in Christ at all and you wanted to write a book trying to show how there was no way Christ was the son of God No way And you came to an opposite conclusion Am I telling that story kind of right Pretty much I was an atheist at the time I was legal editor at the Chicago Tribune My backgrounds and journalism and law I've got a master's degree from Yale law school And my wife was agnostic She didn't know what to believe about God She ended up becoming a Christian which I thought was the worst news I could get And so I thought how do I rescue her from this culture she's gotten involved in And I thought well if I just disprove the resurrection of Jesus and all of Christianity falls apart So I took my journalism training in legal training and spent two years systematically investigating the historical data concerning the resurrection of Jesus And that ultimately became convinced that in light of the avalanche of evidence of points So powerfully toward it being true it would take more faith to maintain my atheism than to become a Christian So that's when I came to faith

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Salem Radio Network VP Tom Tradup Describes Latest Charity Efforts

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Salem Radio Network VP Tom Tradup Describes Latest Charity Efforts

"And the timing is perfect because you have sort of been the architect of our as you are with all of our campaigns to help save lives and help people. The international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us. This was a bit of an unusual cycle and I thought it'd be kind of neat for our listeners to hear how this whole project unfolded and nobody can tell that better that story better than Tom tratto. Well, thank you, Mike. We did do a campaign a month ago with our friends from food for the poor. And they pivoted about halfway through that to help people in Ukraine because it was such a dominant story at the news cycle. And we were really getting people charged up and they were donating money to help folks in Ukraine to get emergency food and medical supplies. And at the end of the month, that was the end of the food for the poor campaign. And when the fellowship of Christians and Jews is an international fellowship, as you know, Yale Epstein is on Fox and many other stations each night. Urging people to donate to help in this crisis, the idea that we would do a back to back campaign, in other words, to end one and start another one the following Monday was unprecedented for us, but so is the war in Ukraine. And so many people have been displaced so many children and families have been broken apart and in many cases the family has to leave the country with only the mom and children because all men have to stay in Ukraine to fight for the country. And we didn't know how this would go. And you know what, your listeners have been so generous as always, but have just really moved the needle in a way to help

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The Right, the Left, and the Ideological Bubbles

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | Last month

The Right, the Left, and the Ideological Bubbles

"Right, now you're a progressive from Silicon Valley. And I've been up there. I've had dinner with Mark Zuckerberg at his house. I'm one of the token conserves that show up there and talk to people up there occasionally. And I think dignity in a digital age may be the best case for the progressive agenda that I've read. I'm not persuaded. But I'm curious if the, if you agree with me, I think that the overwhelming oppression of the left in Silicon Valley means conformity and thinking that it drives out center right points of view. Do you agree with me that the mind think up there is a deep blue bubble? Yeah, I believe in this country. We have a problem that we're all in our bubbles. And that we're unwilling in certain cases to subject our ideas to scrutiny. I think that's a problem. At times on the left, I think it's a problem also on the right. So, you know, I think this cancel culture and goes, in my view both ways. You know, there was my Alma mater. Yale law school, I was embarrassed that there were students yelling down the speaker because they had a conservative point of view. On the other hand, the idea that, you know, you don't read what they Toni Morrison's beloved, who was one of the great American writers, objectively taking from faulkner. I think that's also silly.

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Christopher Phillips: Difference Between UChicago and Yale Students

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last month

Christopher Phillips: Difference Between UChicago and Yale Students

"At the University of Chicago and a radical leftist students at other schools is at the University of Chicago. We ask questions and we believe in the value of discourse and freedom of thought, whereas the other schools, they will do their best. Even at Yale, I don't know if you saw it just the other day. There was an event with someone who represented the Colorado baker, who did not want to bake the wedding cake for the gay couple. There was an event with that person and radical leftist protesters shouted them down and totally disrupted. This is at Yale. You think that these are intelligent people, but in reality, it's a bunch of babies. It's people who have been, you know, mommy and daddy's money, their whole life. They have been nurtured into thinking that they need safe spaces and trigger warnings and when they see something that they don't agree with, their first instinct is not to go and inquire more and ask them to ask questions as to what they believe and why and defeat them in debate. Their first instinct is to go and shout them down and destroy discourse. And I think it's shameful and I think it just shows the kind of reasonability that a lot of students have the University of Chicago. We are really, I think, trying to promote the brand that we will debate anyone, we will have any sort of discourse that has been our history and we're proud to be that way. They are un American is what they are. I mean, you're right about their entitled punks and babies and brats, but they're also anti American, because this is not an America that any of us should tolerate, but you know what? Christopher Phillips, you give a lot of us old folks hope you give a lot of us

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Please Support International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Please Support International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

"And in the final week of that campaign, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us, came to our network, and they said, we have an opportunity to bring planes of supplies, fly them into Ukraine, and when we empty the plains, we can get Ukrainian refugees out of Ukraine. And we can take them to the safe haven of Israel. Now, we've never done back to back like this before, and I will share with you I was very skeptical and worried. I get it. I understand people getting mad at me and you say, oh, Mike, you fundraised a lot. You know, a lot of years ago, my late wife, once said to me, hey Gallagher, with that big mouth in that platform you've got, why don't you take your show and do some good for people? And so Gallagher's heroes, the fallen officer fund was born. It's just an opportunity to do some good for other people, whether it's the families of fallen police officers, starving children, the children of prisoners, like we do a campaign every Christmas time through prison fellowship and boy, are they doing incredible work? They've got these academies I can't wait to tell you about. Anyway, when the international fellowship of and I know about this organization, I've seen Yale eckstein on TV. She's a force of nature. This is a wonderful organization and they were really anxious to get the word out and they knew they could do it here. And I said, all right, I mean, I want to help the people of Ukraine badly. How can I turn down being the catalyst to have kind loving listeners from all over the country donate to the campaign to get Ukrainians out of Ukraine and into Israel,

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Support the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Support the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

"Keep something alive here because when you saw over the weekend, what Russia is doing to the Ukrainian people, we can not avoid this. We can't. And I've never done this before. I've never continued something a mission, you came through in April, like nothing I've ever seen. $39,000 Thursday on our final day of our food for the poor campaign to rush food and medicine. And a 180, I think with the final total was a $182,000 that you donated in the month of March, unreal. Recently, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us. And said, listen, Salem gets the word out, these listeners are so incredible. We have an opportunity to get playing loads of food and medicine into Ukraine and then we can take Ukrainians who are trying to escape Ukraine on the plane into Israel, provide safe passage. Your support will help the international fellowship of Christians and Jews fund a lifesaving round trip of emergency aid and refugees trying to escape and successfully escaping Ukraine for the Holy Land. And it's $45 is all I'm asking or whatever you can afford. Thanks to a generous fellowship donor, your gift today will be matched a 100%. If you give $45, it becomes 90 instantly. I'm hoping you'll step up today. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on the international fellowship of Christians and Jews banner at the top of the page and let's help these Ukrainian people escape the hell that they're going through. It's a wonderful organization. You've seen Yale eckstein on TV the president of international fellowship of Christians and Jews. Let's help these Ukrainians, especially Ukrainian Jews who have been devastated. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on that banner

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Fed Judge Says Yale Law Students Who Disrupted Panel Should Be 'Noted'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Fed Judge Says Yale Law Students Who Disrupted Panel Should Be 'Noted'

"If you have Yale on your resume, you're going to get a job somewhere good. Law firm or whatever. And maybe you're backup plan would go become a Department of Justice prosecutor. And this is what we're creating at Yale law school. Play cut 20. It's difficult to say. I mean, the whole point of the panel was to demonstrate civil discourse between two ideological opponents and to show that where you can find common ground in the law you should to protect civil liberties, they were more interested in the students in heckling, hurling insults and shouting down the speakers than engaging in civil dialog. Now, this does not shock me or surprise me, but I'm doing this story for a reason because this should be a moment of pause. Now, the response from this has been, I'll be honest, this is what has surprised me. A federal judge has now warning against hiring from Yale law school. A federal judge is now encouraging all of his colleagues to carefully consider whether the Yale law school students who attempted to shut down the bipartisan panel on free speech should be qualified from potential clerkships. D.C. circuit judge Lawrence silverman sent an email on Thursday to all federal judges in the U.S. basically blind carbon copied the entire federal bench, urging them to take fracas as the nation's top law school seriously. Quote, the latest events at Yale law school Superman wrote quote prompt me to suggest that students who are identified as those willing to disrupt any panel discussion should be noted. All federal judges and all federal judges are presumably committed to free speech. Should carefully consider whether any student so identified should be disqualified from potential clerkships. And this has sparked a huge debate amongst federal judges, so now all these spoiled brats at Yale law school who think they're going to run the world. By the way, all of them masked every single one of

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Where Are 'The Elites' Coming From?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Where Are 'The Elites' Coming From?

"Between the people of our country, the muscular class, the welders, the police officers, the pastors, the moms, the dads, the people that do their job and the elites. Now, we rail against the elites for good reason on this program. We need better elites. And by the way, we're not saying get rid of the idea of elites, we believe in hierarchies, you're always going to have some people that are going to rule your society. This idea that you can get rid of the ruling class completely is a Marxist utopian egalitarian wish list. It's never going to happen. Utopia literally means nowhere. If you go back to Thomas more's book and kind of the creation of the term utopia, so we need better elites, not the eradication of them, not the not the disappearance of all of our elites. But when you start to rail against the elites, we should take a step back and ask ourselves the question, where are the elites coming from? Where are the training ground for the people who are now running our country? So for example, what does Hillary Clinton, a Meryl Streep? Anderson Cooper, John Kerry, Dershowitz, Paul krugman, Cory Booker, what do all those people have in common? Well, just on that list, they all went to Yale. According to U.S. news dot com, Yale law is the number one law school in the world. Number one, Stanford is number two Harvard is number three Columbia's number four to actually Columbia is tied to the University of Chicago number four. Yale is the best law school. You can get into. Number one,

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Wisconsin outlasts Colgate 67-60 as Davis leads comeback

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Wisconsin outlasts Colgate 67-60 as Davis leads comeback

"The Wisconsin Badgers survived a scare from fourteenth seeded Colgate winning sixty seven sixty Stephen Krause three pointer around the eight minute mark put Wisconsin ahead to stay and Johnny Davis scored the team's final fourteen points that was a big shot by Steve and you know I feel like I've done it before but my teammates I have a lot of confidence in the sort of the coaches to be able to close the game out Davis finished with a game high twenty five Wisconsin meets eleventh seeded Iowa state on Sunday the cyclones picked off six feet Ellis you fifty nine fifty four third seeded Purdue had its way with Yale seventy eight fifty six on twenty two from Jaden ivy the boilers beat sixth seeded Texas they were eighty one seventy three winners over Virginia Tech Chuck Friedman the walkie

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Daniel Horowitz: Ukraine Is the 'Fourth Vaccine'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Horowitz: Ukraine Is the 'Fourth Vaccine'

"Before we get into the next foreign intervention by the way nothing even close to what we were involved in Afghanistan in Iraq I mean we would never dealing with a country with thousands of nuclear warheads right You bring up a great point Can we fire the people who lost our last three Wars we got involved in and look at a new strategy before we get it I mean it's easy to get into a war right Dan It's just really hard as candidly even Biden learned to get the hell out of one Can we just fire those people first before we jump in another one This is the problem And I call Ukraine the fourth vaccine for two reasons is kind of a double entendre Number one well this is the fourth vaccine because it has to distract from the failure of the third one So this is the way they have this off ramp to distract from what they're doing but also it's in my view it's the fourth catalyzing event of the last few years that the media indulged in a way that's unprecedented And this is what they do Dan do you support comps putting knees on people's necks Do you support sacking the capital Do you support allowing grandma to die So this is do you support couldn't killing people And the isolated point is like well no but where is this coming from and where is this headed And when I saw it too I hate Putin I love dead Russian soldiers I have that nostalgia to Yale Beat the Russians But when I saw this social media orgy I mean I've never seen a time waving Ukrainian foreign flags at a State of the Union Republicans are all into that And it's like never have I seen them do so much but do so little You're so right The propagandist everywhere

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Some Reactions to Russia-Ukraine Crisis Are Completely Tone Deaf

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:50 min | 3 months ago

Some Reactions to Russia-Ukraine Crisis Are Completely Tone Deaf

"The battle for Kyiv is on. And Russian forces are pushing toward the capital. The Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and according to U.S. intelligence estimates, it's not going to take them long to get it. They have deployed ferocious force 150,000 troops. They've got superior weaponry, and so you see all these grim pictures of the Ukrainians and bomb shelters and kind of hunkering down, but according to news reports and apparently according to intelligence estimates, it's only going to be three to four days before the Russians are in Kyiv and Putin is having breakfast in Kyiv. Now what to me is really disturbing and this is really shows the shift in our culture is the way in which various figures in the media and entertainment even in politics are talking about this in a manner that suggests a complete lack of seriousness about foreign policy. A lack of understanding, a lack of comprehension and a kind of inane projection of local concerns that have to do with political correctness and other kinds of nonsense on to Putin and onto Russia and onto a global stage that doesn't really see things this way. I'll talk about power politics in the moment, but let me just read a few things that I've been seeing and hearing his joy behar. She's a little upset about what's happening in Ukraine. She says, this could kind of shake up the map of Europe and Italy. She goes, I've been planning a vacation to Italy. This could interfere with that. This is joy behar. Apparently it all comes down to joy behar's vacation. Then we have a guy also on social media, an academic of some sort and he goes, well, you know, Putin, yeah, where does he get the arrogance to do this kind of thing? It's probably because of white supremacy, Putin's white. Could he really do this if he were black or if you were brown, and I'm thinking to myself, how out of it is this type of analysis? I mean, it's one thing to, you know, talk like this at oberlin or bowdoin college, but to put this out when we're discussing a serious international event. I mean, people are even talking addressing Putin directly I've seen some videos of this effect and they're talking to Putin like he's some woke graduate of like Yale and that he cares about how you feel or how the Ukrainians feel or how the world they keep hearing with the world will not forgive you. The world. As if Putin is sitting around, yeah, well, what is the world think about what I'm doing? This does not enter into his brain at all.

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"yale" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:48 min | 6 months ago

"yale" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"All right, everybody welcome to the Dennis krager show. The story out of Yale, I'd like to share with you to my I admit I admit my amazement is actually printed in The Washington Post. Are you familiar with Ruth Marcus? She conservative writer there? That's why this was stunning. Is she a leftist or a liberal? Okay, so it makes it all the more remarkable that she attacked Yale for wokeness. So either this is just an outlier this the fact that a Washington Post left wing writer would attack Yale for wokeness or it might be the harbinger of an awakening among some people on the left. That the left is destroying our universities. Could be. I don't know. Awoke awakening. That is exactly right. Listen, did you see this piece? It's stunning. Maoist re-education camps have nothing on Yale law school. That's how it begins. Well, Yale is a cesspool. Yale of the Ivy League is arguably the worst, which is it's a hard competition because it includes the University of Pennsylvania and brown, which was lost 50 years ago. What was brown? Didn't they stock up on supplies for nuclear war? Remember that? At Brown? Maoist re-education camps have nothing on Yale law school. If you think this is an exaggeration okay, it is but keep reading last month a second year law student, you know what I'm going to play a game with with you a living martyr. I want you to figure out what was wrong in what this guy did, at Yale law school. It's hard. It's getting harder. Last month, the second year law student sent some classmates and invitation to a party. To celebrate constitution day of all things, which is in wrong in itself. Celebrate the constitution, but all right. The student Trent Colbert who has the unusual profile of belonging to both the Native American law students association, nalca, and the conservative federalist society, emailed. Supple. Hope you're all still feeling social. This Friday at 7 30, we will be christening our very own suit to be world renowned, nalca trap house. She'll explain trap house in a moment. By throwing a constitution day bash in collaboration with feedstock, federalist society. Plan attractions include Popeye's chicken, basic American themed snacks, like apple pie, et cetera, hope to see you all there. The.

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"yale" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"That away le's roof in puerto rico is in disrepair. Afc who is wealthy and drives a tesla refuses to help up walea. But she's angry and she's going to criticize donald trump for not helping away even donald trump actually did help wale corrupt. Puerto rican politicians took the money. So now walsh a true philanthropist at the daily wire put up a gofundme campaign and he said we gotta help awale raise money to fix a roof. The campaign raised over one hundred thousand dollars in about ten hours. I don't ended. okay. Look i know i know. A philanthropist. we all a lot of conservatives donated. Now i part of this. Is i think a lot of conservatives new wouldn't wouldn't permit the money to be taken you think. That's that's exactly what happened. Actually first of all. I think a lot of conservatives gave and just like okay. This lady needs roof fund. What's it to me. i'm i like that. I like being charitable but a lot of us also new. Afc wouldn't take the money because afc hates private charity in the same way that bernie sanders as private charity. I talk about. This is philosophically consistent with leftism. I talk about this in my book. Speechless controlling listen which is available now for preorder and you can get assigned first edition copy collectibles. So matt gets a letter from go. Fund me your matt. We're in touch with the beneficiaries. Family made clear they will not be accepting the funds raised. And so we get a refund. My question is does does the family of a beneficiary. Get to make. That decision is we. Didn't we didn't start this. Go fund me for aoc to dole out as she pleases to walea the go fund me was four wheeler so really of whalers should be making this decision as far as i know. Aoc doesn't have power of attorney over walea but someone in the family someone powerful enough in the family to get go wonder who that could be goes in and says kill this thing. We don't we would rather away wailers roof be broken then except one hundred grand from conservatives because that would prove that they're right and were wrong and that they're doing a good thing and we're big jerks about it so they they turn it down. I think someone needs to investigate this. I don't think that. Afc or else family has the right to do this to a availa seems very wrong to me. By the way before we go can't can't let this go. Without mentioning it kathy griffin tweets out on this variable. Appoint to asec's thank you for continuing to do a great job. You represent americans better than we represent ourselves. Kathy river leftist comedian. Alleged comedian doesn't think. Abc is american because his puerto rican born and raised in. America doesn't have an accent even when she uses the word of walea. Kathy sounds a little racist. I don't know the word. Racism doesn't mean anything anymore. But i think does that count. You represent americans better than we represent ourselves. Great little bit. As far as i can tell the tweet is still up. But there's a serious point here. she is anti-american. She doesn't like this country she doesn't like what it stands for. She wants to fundamentally transform it. As does the left more broadly. So what kind of country are we going to have. What kind of country are we going to have the symbols here. Really matter the words we use really matter in right now. Sorry to say the left has the upper hand. A michael knows the michael. Knol show cenex time if you enjoyed this episode. Don't forget to subscribe. And if you want to help spread the word. Please give us a five star review and tell your friends to subscribe. We're available on apple podcasts. Spotify and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Also be sure to check out the daily wire podcasts. Including the ben shapiro. Show the andrew klavan show and the matt wall show. The michael knowles show is produced by. Ben davies executive producer. Jeremy borey our technical director. Is austin stevens. Supervising producers mathis glover and robert stirling production manager. Hovel ski editor and associate producer. Dana d'amico audio mixer might core amina hair and makeup by nika geneva and production coordinator mckenna waters. The michael knowles show is a daily wire production copyright daily wire twenty twenty one. The one hundred thousand dollars i raised. You'll see grandmother is turned down by her family also riots over violent felon and fugitive who shot at the cops and died in the process. It prominent psychiatrists confesses her fantasies of murdering white people and a feud between rival beekeepers as erupted on tiktok. That's very important. We'll talk about that and much more today on wall show..

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"yale" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Apparently if you think about white guy can't walk down the streets of new haven yale without being threatened with a gun then Really something has gone crazy in this country. Now anybody walks down the streets of new haven and get threatened with a gun that that sort of ordinary but generally or view of yale right is this is the patriarchy. This is the wasp culture. This is where the white men wield their power over the society. And that's not really true. That i don't i if ever was certainly isn't true. Now lecturers give whole talks at yale university. Ironically about how they want to shoot white men. It's not as though this was just an example used as kind of ironic joke but then. She realized that she shouldn't do this. No. she was being very earnest. She thinks that white men are deserving of violent death at her hands. And it's not just this kind of insane. I mean it is insane. She's insane woman. But it's not just an emotional outburst. She actually made an argument. That talk has called the psychopathic problem of the white mind. This psychopath who gave the talk decided to project an accuser opponents of that that Thing from which she she suffers. This was given an email school of medicine's child study center and the the woman's name dr aroon a- killing noni and here is her argument. Are out of your mind. They had been long. So we're one yielded. We're blooming them. Leave your risk if yoga eating all the done gra here a forgetting that the top of our radio. The week that are we're asking a demented violent predator. Beer themed on On ability it even five land your head against the wall. But you're not a good idea. Remember that directly talking about record people along level of connor author of. You're talking about the undetected naked america actual so.

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"yale" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"That one play that i mean obviously you want openness and cooperation one of the ways you can get it is. Don't be accusatory. I think the accusatory part about it is going to get them to pull back even more. We've got to do it in a combination of diplomacy scientific forensic investigation and do it in a way that the people of good faith not who wants to blame but people in good faith the really trying to find out what the origin is now. We what the origin is. It came from a laboratory it for over a year. But the chinese communist party because the chinese communist party's been launching a proxy war against our country. They don't want a conventional war. I think they would lose a conventional war. Wouldn't it would come at great cost. But it wouldn't be any country's best interest so china instead is trying to launch an insurgent operation against our country through public health through infiltration of our universities through the creation of confucius institutes in fact attorney point usa we have the only compiled list of every single chinese military installation on college campuses across the country. It's called china on campus dot com. You guys go to china on. Campus dot com. You can see if your state has a confucius institute. Not a confucius institute is like having a military base in america. It's funded by the military budget by the chinese communist party. They they bring foreign spies and server rooms so let me name all the confucius institutes in the country. Now there have plenty. That have been. And i want to tell those as well. University of akron has a confucius institute. Alfred university university of alaska anchorage university of arizona. Auburn mark montgomery augusta university. Baroque university binghamton university bryant university. Uc davis ucla uc. Santa barbara cal state long beach central arkansas central connecticut cleveland state colorado state columbia denver college emory university. George mason georgia st george washington university university of idaho. Why is governor little allowing a to military installation in the state of idaho and they act as it some sort of cultural exchange. It's not christopher ray. The head of the federal bureau of investigation said this is the single greatest threat from china. Domestically kennesaw state university university of kentucky university of memphis michigan state university middle tennessee state university university of nebraska governor ricketts. Please shut down the confucius institute university of new hampshire new jersey state university. Unc charlotte northwest nazarene university old dominion university university of oklahoma governor step. You're doing a terrific job. Please shut down the chinese military installation at university of oklahoma university of pittsburgh portland state university presbyterian college rutgers university savannah state university university of south carolina. Why is the university of south carolina. One of the most republican states in the country tolerating. This can answer the question. Cheap money they come in with five to ten million bucks and universities take it. They have no loyalty to america. University of south main south utah. University's saint cloud state stanford university. No surprise there stanford only has a forty two billion dollar endowments so of course they're gonna take ten million bucks stony brook university suny goal center. Suny suny optometry. Suny buffalo temple university in philadelphia texas southern university university of toledo troy university tufts university university of utah. Valparaiso university university of washington wayne state university webster university. Wesleyan college western michigan university west. Virginia university governor justice that his name. Jim is that right. The big guy. Please shut down. The confucius institute william and mary university wisconsin platt ville and your university a catholic school in cincinnati ohio. So these are one hundred and seven institutes in forty five states. Why is this happening in america. You can see for yourself. Go to china on. Campus dot com. But this is the war that china has been launching. They've been getting a foothold in academia. China owns our movie production. They own most of our social media companies. And i will say this. Facebook has been critical against the chinese communist party. The only one. But google is bought and paid for by the chinese communist party and so at yale university they are doing the bidding of g pain broken today. By barry weiss at yale university the child study center had a lecture now yale university is some would say a respectable school but they said that this is. This is yale university in the child. Study center for grand roads and the continuing medical education center. The course director is andrei smarten. The target audience is trainees in child. Psychiatry psychology and social work faculty clinicians and scientists the learning objectives at the conclusion of this activity. Participants will be able to set up white people's absence of empathy towards black rage as a problem. Participants will be able to understand how racism is part of the mind and that white mind that arose during colonialism with a series of lies around violence. They'll be able to understand how white people are psychologically dependent on black rage. This is yale university teaching child psychiatrists. Let me read you. Some quotes here from the lecture. And this is all in favor of the chinese communist party because they know we're going to tear each other apart so right now we have two different proxy wars going on china has launched alongside many other people of course but they can agree on this. Remember the enemy. The enemy is my friend. Here is a quote. And we're gonna get sound from this. And i wanna thank barry weiss. I love barry weiss this subject by the way some people call her a liberal. I don't care. She's smart she's fair. She's courageous. I really liked her. It's called sense with barry wise. It's barry weiss dot sub stack dot com..

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"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"With them. They're able to use your money. thereby. they are investing it and using it. And you get the money if you don't use it for long term care and the air them putting more money into the bucket. But you're using your money I for long term care that way the premiums don't get increased, and so that was a part of that book along with the other strategies that spoken about crisis, player strategies, government benefits, and such at led to that book. This is such a content rich coal because it's Dave this is David Ward feud isn't this is disappointing out to me. I guess somebody who doesn't know a thing about this that there is a lot to understand and in that pointing process having somebody like helping out man to be there to help you is this going to reduce so much stress and give me that confidence that we're going to be able to be in a better position. Afterwards, I looked at your website you have a great deal of of not only testimonials. You've got a lot of other educational material what what are the educational material are people going to find on your website and get? Will we we really pride ourselves on providing educational content and material because we really feel that you sort of have to know what you don't know, and that's you know such a an important concept and away. So on our website we have. Numerous guides we special needs guy we have a nursing home. And assisted living guide for people in our area we have. Medicaid guides we an guide about. Benefits are available paper long-term k. We these guys at happy to guide to people that go on our website, which is ww Dot Hauptmann Ha U. P. as in Peter, T. as in Tom M. A. N. AS IN NANCY LAW L A W dot com, and we feel that there's lots of video content about explaining what happens when your child turns eighteen for example, and need special needs..

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"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Also to government benefits sort of to bridge the gap of what's not covered by their own assets or supplement what they have and so it's really the whole concept. This is providing a plan a game plan because again, if you wait until you exhaust all your assets, you run out of options when you run out of more money and we that's another little cliche that we say you run out of money you run out of options no option. So the more money you have. The more money you have whether or not it's it's you know in jail said it's in your investment accounts it's in retirement account. or It's in a trust that the more money you have the more options you have, and that's really very much a part of our message being proactive and protecting your money. Fantastic. Thank you so much. Now, I'd love to talk a little bit about your book. Don't go break in a nursing home. So what if you could talk to about that? So I've been I've been writing. Articles. That appear on our blog on her website for about eleven years now and So book is really a compilation. Be Nice to me I picked by nurse. Let's. Go Bro. You there's two bucks. That's. That I thought you were asked. Out or second bugger. That book I. Co wrote. Around the Tom.

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"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"My name is Rik Naski and on the host of the show. Thank you so very much for joining us today. I. Hope You will no matter where you are in this wonderful wide world of ours and on today's Co on with the wonderful we Yale and Larry Helpmann welcome to the show goes. Thank you. Thank you. For having absolutely now, this is going to be a very interesting coal for anybody who is looking for legal support and advice in gardens. Now, I think what's probably the best thing to do here is to get you guys to actually provide a bit of background about yourself individually before we jump into the core, that sort of the coal would you mind starting off? Yeah. Surly. So I've been practicing law for twenty five years now. And When I started out, the field of elderlaw was really in its infancy. And I decided..

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"yale" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Help you unlock your best life right now and, you know That's why it's been difficult because I veered off that topic and talk about something that I believe is pertinent. Needs to be talked about, and that is covert 19. And more specifically our response to covert 19. I want to continue that conversation because there's been Mohr I would say development since our last two conversations about our response. Our reaction to mandates. Two shutdowns. To censorship. And most recently, we will have to navigate. How to respond to the upcoming messaging about the cove in 19 vaccine. So on the show, we're going to talk about A Yale study that is currently going on along with the U. S government. That they're doing clinical trials to develop messaging to persuade Americans to take the covert 19 vaccine. We're gonna talk about Our response to that, but also the messaging that you will hear soon about how effective the vaccine is. How that if you don't get it that you will be putting Your household and your neighbors at risk. You going to hear about the shame, the guilt, the embarrassment that anger you're going to hear about all the different ways they are just right now. Just experimenting. With messaging to see what works. To see how to best influence the general public to get the cove in 19 vaccine. Now, here's why this matters to you because if I asked you right now, Will you get the Corona virus vaccine? There's going to be three camps. There's going to be one that says absolutely. Give me another says. Maybe there's going to be another one that says absolutely not. And here's Why this matters because the Yale study is The goal is to convince Americans to get Corona vaccine. Is 4000 participants they found online and right now who is the Leader in the race when it comes to developing this vaccine and bring it to markets, Moderna No gates is. AH is a funder. Valachi with an H is a supporter. Remember that Moderna has never brought a drug all the way through the FDA to market and yet they are the ones leading the way currently. So it's 4000 person study. They tried messaging with 12 different groups in the study attempts different messaging against participants to find out which is the most effective and influencing the general public to get the vaccine when it comes to market. So they compared the willingness to get the covert 19 vaccine at three and six months, and they're goingto compare the effective willingness to get the cove it 19 vaccine..

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"yale" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:49 min | 1 year ago

"yale" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the trump administration accuses Yale of discriminating against some applicants a 2 year justice department investigation has found Yale University illegally discriminates against Asian American and white applicants in violation of federal civil rights law the justice department detailed its findings in a letter to Yale attorneys Thursday in a statement Gail said it categorically denies the allegation the investigation was prompted by a 2016 complaint against Yale brown and Dartmouth the justice department had previously filed court papers siding with Asian American groups who had raised similar allegations against Harvard University Mike Crossey up Washington

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"yale" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"yale" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Yale University back in nineteen ninety four with degrees in history and economics he then joined the Denver post as a reporter in nineteen ninety six he became one of the first employees at the St dot com which was a ground breaking financial news website back in nineteen ninety nine he then joined the New York times at the times covered everything from the drug industry to hurricane Katrina and he served two stints as a correspondent in Iraq he left the times in two thousand ten to devote himself to writing fiction but conversations with his wife let him do begin researching the science around cannabis and mental illness the project that became the book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence time permitting tonight with Alex we'll talk about that book as well he has been all over the country and in different stories being quoted as the ex New York times reporter warning of a big pivot from officials to justify lockdown strategy and I thought let's bring him on Alex first of All I Want to thank you for the guts for coming forward to talk about this because of that because a lot of things that we believe here on this program so walking to coast to coast Alex pleasure to be on this so this coronavirus story is unbelievable it's I've said from the get go that I believed it was concocted in a lab that the media was creating a hysteria what's your take on this now Alex is is is IT insider looking in basically what I measure not an insider at all I'm really an outsider and really what all turned to look at some of the data that's come out around the corona virus and who who's really most likely to be affected by a which is very clearly elderly people and people with underlying conditions and.

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"yale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"yale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A senior fellow at Yale University in the United States well continues our front what's first of all let's say let's look at let's look at China we were speaking to David Rennie the economist Beijing correspondent about the di Lemah that China is facing at on the one hand trying to contain the spread of the virus but on the other hand continuing to ensure that economic growth targets all home next how difficult is it for them to square that circle well we can't have it both ways Roger yeah certainly the highest priority is controlling the virus the economy will come later and I understand that the leadership is urging companies to send their workers back to to their factories but given the stringent quarantines in this critical who bay province given the draconian restrictions on intercity travel returning some three hundred million migrant workers sugar factories is not feasible under those circumstances so there's going to be a major shortfall in Chinese economic growth in the first half of this year whether the government wants it or not I'm so so I mean what what your outlining of course is the are the indications that the global economic slowdown was what we were all living ways how much should we be concerned then about the current trajectory outline for us kind of key indicators that we should be looking at well you only need to know a few things one by accepted metrics of the International Monetary Fund China is the largest economy in the world is about twenty percent of world output secondly since the financial crisis of two thousand eight China alone is K. accounted for thirty seven percent of the cumulative growth in world GDP China's up flat lining right now there's no other economy stepping up to fill the void Japan's back in recession France and Germany were exceptionally weak late last year and that the U. S. viewed as you know the the strongest economy in the world only grew two percent late last year so without China the world economy is probably in recession right now in the first half of two twenty twenty yeah shocking outcome for investors who believe that that was a largely impossibility are we already seeing a real manifestation of this a physical manifestation of this in the global supply chain given the importance of China sure I mean look no further than the announcement last week by by apple there's a major shortfall in revenues their supply chains clog and they're also losing demand so this is not just a supply shock but a demand shock especially as a Chinese consumers have really stepped up to emerge as a new source of a global demand in the world today what when we look at the the nerves on the stock markets around the world that that seem to be a reaction to the imposition by its heavy of a strict quarantine but well of course we've been seeing drops like this echoing in in the Far East to well in controlling a virus like this is extremely difficult China has really gone overboard in terms of quarantines in and travel restrictions and other countries are sort of following that template but the transmission of this disease whether it's from you know ships of the Yokohama harbor or other unexpected developments that are very very difficult to control man makes it exceedingly exceedingly difficult to limit this from becoming a global pandemic I'm not a scientist but certainly that's what the scientists are most concerned about today Stephen Roach former Morgan Stanley Asia chairman and now at Yale University thanks for joining us we are going to stay with the corona virus and the impact of it in African countries have so far been limited as far as contagion goes with any one case recorded on the continent in Egypt but African countries with close truck trade ties to China have begun feeding the economic impact of the outbreak six continental airlines have stopped direct flights to various cities in China while traders who buy goods from there are now reporting shortages of goods for sale China is Africa's largest trading partner the value of that trade estimated to be around two hundred billion dollars last year Emanuel the guns that reports from the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

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"yale" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"yale" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"It it didn't take Yale University details anymore we're no longer democracy where an old darkie just like the Soviet Union used to be a rush she is now they're not gonna hand over the power it's going to take a radical change is gonna take Bernie Sanders times a hundred but to have that to give Bernie Sanders is anybody else the power to do that is gonna have to be else is going to have to be the people in the streets running financing even with small dollars a movement a candidate a conscious going to meetings participating become and I'm a member of the citizens climate lobby or three fifty dot org if that's your thing or anti gun organizations or taking money out of campaigns big money other campaigns and all of those organizations exist because there are people who are dedicated their lives in their finances and their time to those because couldn't could New Mexico become a player yeah there was a bill this year we got no where to move our primary up so it actually meant something made a difference but to do that we're gonna have to go to the governor to our party chairs to the legislators and Amanda right now there are bills that are popular like bills that have to do with teenage smoking in vaping that even in this session die or legalizing cannabis I understand it's not the most popular bill but it is the majority of people in any Mexico supported majority people supported the extreme protection at the red flag along which did pass the Senate did pass out of the Judiciary Committee in the house probably will pass the full house but it that takes year after year after year a banging your head against the wall by organizations like Mexicans to prevent gun violence to get new laws new regulations new rights for autistic children so they would not be I don't put in straight jackets locked in closet two years in those parents and some of those students last year last session and heartbreaking testimony to make things better I mean it it it it's up to us you want to change the primary talk your legislative find out who your senator state senator is if you don't like him vote amount stay wrapped her up every two years find somebody to run run yourself we need good people the legislators we have are there because a lot of them just by default because nobody will run against a richer Martinez who has done some good thing for as many on us any hasn't but as time has come and gone he voted against the marijuana yesterday legalization he voted against the gun red flag law as a Democrat mostly because he's confused doesn't do the research doesn't know the issues he needs to be gone somebody in Espanola besides city councilor hotter meal who is running against maybe animate maybe is the answer but we need good people with good ideas when I get up and fight spend their money spent their evenings and meetings and it's tedious I don't.

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"yale" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"yale" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"yale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"yale" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By far is ours which brings us to one of the best kept secret in American politics the women's campaign school at Yale Houston Joel brand has been there and so have three thousand other women who have attended the intensive learning program dedicated to turning out successful women in politics aids operatives campaign managers and candidates joining me now by phone to talk about how they do it and why it's still necessary Patti Russo she's the executive director of the women's campaign school at Yale Patty thanks so much for joining us thanks so much for having me Jamie I'm thrilled to be here with you so when people say to you Patty I see five women running for president I see lots of women who run for office and won or at least try and maybe lost we we've achieved what we need to achieve you don't need a women's campaign school at Yale is that just plain wrong just look at the numbers it's wrong we need more women everywhere and all levels of government easy to partisan endeavor isn't nonpartisan the women's campaign school yell is a non partisan issue neutral political campaign training program for women who are interested in running for office for currently serving in office someone to prepare for a higher level one as well as for women who are interested in campaign management and you know Jamie not everyone's meant to run for office but everyone can be this is a clean cage you started this in nineteen ninety three I think of that as you know nineteen ninety two is the year of the woman what we haven't seen exponential numbers of women flooding on to Capitol Hill and throughout the state houses in this country I you're fighting the good fight but I guess I guess we need to keep fighting well we're actually you know we're seeing a lot more traction than ever before I mean you know two thousand eighteen was clearly a watershed moment for women running for office and winning our own W. C. S. C. L. alignment Lauren under one from Illinois was initially in the primary with I don't know six or eight white man and she blew them out of the water I mean she once in a while and then she went on to win her her receipt taking away from a twenty year Republican incumbent how do we know a big part of running for office is about raising money how is campaigning different for women than it is for their male counterparts what women really have not had the opportunity to ask for money for themselves you know women are fantastic it's fundraising for nonprofit organizations that they're involved with their children's schools their churches their temple but when it comes to this process tion of gosh I need to ask you for a thousand dollars for me for my campaign there is cognitive dissonance there are there is some reluctance where as we really don't see that on the male side what's the ceiling in the room like a paddy when these women and really just women no man are together I'm not talking about their civic engagement their political lives as women we've made differently were much more collaborative in our leadership style we enter the field of politics for very different reasons that aren't on male counterparts and so as a result of that we are going to leave differently you know for the most part most women will run because they want to make a difference in their community and their state in our country in the world the way women run for office so is the executive director of the women's campaign school at Yale Patty thank you so much for your time and your work thank you so much for having me Jamie I really appreciate it.

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"yale" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"yale" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So. They admitted me and Yale was the most rarefied experience. I've ever had. I mean Spelman gave me a glimpse, but you have never seen privilege until you've been to an Ivy league college like Yale and to get into the law, school's one hundred seventy students, I fell off the wait list, very last minute. But you need people who from the moment of their birth expected perfection of themselves and knew that their destiny had been laid out for them, and I'd never seen that before Spelman, Texas. And it wasn't a certainty born of arrogance. It was born of experience, and that is a very different way of thinking that sit in the classroom where people aren't afraid to answer the question, because their father wrote the case that you're talking about or their uncle was the decide was the lawyer who argued the, the issue. And so that to me was the first real experience with just extrordinary level. Of privilege that you cannot learn and that you cannot fake. But what I wanted to figure out if I can't learn I can't fake it. Can I create my own version of it? And so that was my yell. So I don't think they were they weren't contrasting experiences in since they contradicted, one another, but they were in their way additive experience, that help create the person I became because I had to figure out how to navigate all three of those faces in pretty short order and lesson potentially, but more like the way that you've actually come to think could you see if your intellectual predecessors people.

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"yale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"yale" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Okay. The Yale daily news, which not sure when the Castro brothers started to run it. And I mean, the Fidel Castro brothers, Yale daily news has a an article about destroying white, boys. Let me just quote, everyone knows a white boy was shiny Brown hair. And a saccharin smile that conceals his great ambitions. He could be in the greats strike the grand strategy or the Yale political union. Maybe he's the editor in chief of the news. He takes his classes he networks when it comes time for graduation. He wins all the awards one day, though. I'll turn on television. Who knows maybe televisions will be ops elite by this point. And I'll see him sitting down for his Senate confirmation hearing about he'll be a little older maybe tiny wrinkles. But that's smile that characteristics. Saccharin smile. Will remain the same. When I'm watching the white boy who's now white man at this point on CNN. I'll remember the racist remarks that he said this can't happen anymore. We can't let things slip by she goes on to say that we should follow white boys. And we should make sure that we capture everything about them and save them because we'll have to destroy the white boy after he becomes a white, man. We got a news update next on five seventy KLIF. When it comes to your identity and.

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"yale" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"yale" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hank Burien wrote a great piece yesterday with the headline three female students, sue, Yale and fraternities. So that the fraternities would be forced to admit women. So you have female students at Yale University who are suing the university to force fraternities to accept women. Why why were they? Fraternity except a woman. And if a fraternity accepts a woman is it still a fraternity, and does this means sororities must be forced to accept men. Yesterday. Three female students at Yale University. They filed the lawsuit against the university and against nine fraternities to force these I turn it is to accept women as members to the students were juniors. One of the student was a sophomore. The the lawsuit states that when these three females arrived on campus as first year students, they encountered a thriving all male fraternities seem Yale had a drastic shortage of university runs social spaces. And the fraternities were the de facto social environment students male students routinely controlled the admission. Alcohol lighting and music for many Yale social gal gatherings. This dynamic created dangerous environments in which sexual conduct misconduct thrived. The lawsuit claims that these three women were groped at fraternity parties during their first semester at Yale..

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