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"yale daily news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

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"yale daily news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek Wait day afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com President Biden thinks those who resist subpoenas from the committee investigating the January 6th capital attack should be prosecuted Biden told reporters outside The White House he helps those individuals are held accountable Some students at Yale University want the school to drop ties with the law firm representing gun manufacturer Remington in a lawsuit filed by sandy hook mass shooting victims the Yale daily news reports an open letter calls for the school to discontinue its association with the New Haven based firm of day pitney LLP A new report says victims of ransomware attacks forked over a lot of money during the first half of this year Sarah Bartlett reports The Treasury Department put that number at around $590 million That comes as more than 450 payments were made between January and June Bitcoin was the payment method most often used the report called ransomware and increasing threat to the U.S. financial sector and the public I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet hat Bloomberg world headquarters thus strength in corporate America is emboldening stock market bulls stocks had their best weeks since July but Matt merely chief market strategist of military backs these cause for concern I worry that we have more downside here I mean the one thing is that as much as it feels like that we've seen the strong bounce we really can't have been stuck in this sideways move between the 50 day moving average on the upside and the 4300 level on the downside and the S&P 500 So it's really been a tight range Matt maile of Miller tayback has for the economic outlook markie Patel is senior portfolio manager at Wells Fargo asset management I think the economy is on track to continue to expand I think the U.S. is going to be one of the highest growth countries in the world because corporations and consumers are in such good shape We have consumers that have enough in savings and many people don't even go need to go back to work Corporations are a Washington cash looking for things to buy Those aren't the foundations for do you really need the economy If the fed knocks up short rates Marky Patel of Wells Fargo as for what it all means for earnings Patrick palfrey is senior equity strategist at Credit Suisse securities We're seeing a slowing real GDP backdrop that's being offset by a pickup inflation But for the corporations out there they receive that inflation and oftentimes do a great job of passing on to their customers do a great job of driving leverage in that conversation And that's why the corporate backdrop just remains incredibly strong despite the fact that we may see real GDP weakening and some of the concerns about the fiscal cliff that's out there Patrick Paul free of Credit Suisse S&P up today by 33 points of .75% The Dow up 382 up 1.1% as stack up .5% Globally used 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie Powell This is.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"There have been some sharp exchanges. Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar question buried about the affordable care act on whether she has already made up her mind is the answer. Yes, Then you're ready to publish Are all these questions? You're suggesting that I have animus or that I cut a deal with the president. I was very clear yesterday that that isn't what happened at one point there. It talked about the decision making process. Judge needs to have an open mind every step of the way. There have been a couple of technical problems with the hearing room audio system at one point foreseen a half hour break. Steve Futterman CBS News in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Today, vice President Mike Pence, says recent polls that show President Trump falling behind Joe Biden. Remind him of where they stood in 2016 the poles back then. Kind of like now. Don't look so good. I mean, literally. We had a whole range of different pollings one where we were losing by a lot of others where we're losing by little President. Trump will be in Des Moines, Iowa, tonight for a rally early in person. Voting is underway in several states, including in Rhode Island. Alexandra Leslie reports, residents started to cast their ballots today vote in person at your local city or town hall during regular business hours. The process outlined on the secretary of state's website is all very similar to what you'd be doing if you voted on Election Day. Just make sure you have your photo ID ready to show poll workers. This is the first time in its history where Rhode Island's instituted early in person voting for a general election. Secretary of the Commonwealth's Bill Gavin says All Massachusetts resident should fill out their census before tomorrow's deadline. It's after the U. S. Supreme Court yesterday about the Trump administration to end the count October 15th two weeks earlier than planned, Galvin says you could do it online over the phone or by mail to help the state be counted for federal funding an electoral representation. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, Finding the promoters of a concert that took place in Southampton over the summer governor said he's finding the group $20,000 and the town will also be sanctioned if they want to approve and outside. Group activity. They're going to get it preapproved by the state Video of the July concert saw social distancing rules being violated by the crowd. The governor said he spoke to South Hampton Town officials and said he didn't know what they were thinking in approving the concert permit That is Lisa Glassberg reporting the day's come for the 2020 Billboard Music Awards host Kelly Clarkson says it's a challenge to host the show. In the middle of a pandemic. We're definitely going to navigate in a new way. I feel like this year it's going to be a little bit more intimate, which is my thing and how he had the stage set up is pretty cool onboard. Just honestly, tryingto give everybody something a little normal billboard announcing yesterday that John Legend will now take the stage tonight for a special performance. The show begins at eight o'clock tonight. Eastern time. In Connecticut. Yale University is pressing pause on their athletics after a covert outbreak on the university's hockey team. The Yale Daily News reporting that six players tested positive for the virus, prompting officials to put a freeze on all team activities. Cross the state of Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont's been allowing citizen towns to step back to phase two of re opening following a spike of covert cases in that state. Giving thanks to those who give of themselves, BBC's Chris Pharma tells us about a contest to reward exemplary people. It's bound to rev up a few engines. There's something going on right now that has the folks at Mazda taking notice. There's lots of people get helping out right now, during this overtime, essential workers for sure. But what about those delivering meals, taking neighbors to doctor's appointments and coaching youth sports teams doing the little things that make them to others? Everyday heroes? Mazda is going to set them up Awarding 50 That's 50 brand new Miata is to their Mazda heroes are the hardtop convertible. It's beautiful white with a red interior. Now the nominee Wait, somebody you have to go to Mazda,.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Business Now here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellenger. Major League Baseball released estimates on how much revenue was lost by each of the MLB teams because no fans were allowed a mall parks this season. Boston Business Journal reports The Red Sox have the deepest lost in the league, with ticket revenue falling short of expectations by more than $300 million. The retail marijuana market opens tomorrow. In main theory, Wellness, which has a few dispensaries in Massachusetts, will open its first main location in South Portland. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Challenger with New England business on W. B Z Boston's news radio. Yale University has agreed to pay $87,500 to 4 female cardiologists in medical school after the Labor Department found they were being paid less than their male counterparts. The Labor Department compliance Office says the inequity was discovered during a routine review of the school's compliance with federal labor laws that covered the 2016 2017 fiscal year. The department found Yale had violated federal requirements that employers not discriminate based on gender. The women were awarded back pay and the amounts that range from $12,500 to 27,500 University spokesperson telling the Yale Daily News that No other pay disparities were found there. The stock market had a bit of a bounce up today, as the Dow was gaining 122 points, nearly half a percent. The NASDAQ Up nearly half a percent is well getting 56 points and the S and P 500 was of about three quarters of a percent. A gain off 2027 points for 27 straight ahead in the news at 4 30, the Boston Teachers Union looking to put a stop to plans that require educators too. Teach in.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"And at the time I thought Oh that's a smart little move. You know have the Dean right something to to get you to go there as opposed some other school and when I got there was only time I found out that that was very rare. Everybody got a form letter nobody got a personal note from the dean. And so then I realize, okay, he wanted us here. That was part of it. I quickly realized that there was a massive class gap between me and everyone else there. It was reinforced by culture. So very much an upper middle class culture affluent culture, but but northeastern and west coast wasn't I was used to Frat boy rich boy southern boy culture because of the scholarship, the private school I've had here in Chattanooga I knew that but this was a whole different animal. This was northeast west coast everything else was flyover country culture. So it was like the elite of the elite and leaving the mayflower and and things like that. Exactly Oh money real power. and. So I I had when I read the ill monthly magazine and they're talking about getting rid of need blind admissions and getting rid of need based financial aid. I realized that they could do that throughout the Ivy League and basically it would become completely exclusive and kids like me would never be able to get admitted there again. and. So if you other people formed a kind of a protest movement, a buddy of mine who's all he's to the left these days he's always always been left but he he he came up with a new titles called Port Yale Pay. His. He was always a thing like that Sammy Yourself Great Guy adopts poor adopt kids from all kinds of backgrounds. Now, that's the kind of guy he is and the he and another buddy of ours nicodemo who had grown up homeless on the streets of Newark City up until the age of seven. So he could tell stories the thing he liked to do a year was just sit down. At some random cafeteria table and starts wriggling with stories from what it's like to be five years old and homeless on the streets of new. York City and the winner how the Er Room is is your second home and so forth. The just amazing. Amazing Guy. So we started big protest movement and luckily for us David Lionheart, who is now the economic an economics editor at The New York Times was the Editor in chief of the Daily News, and he loved story and he put us on the front page and it was a crash course in so many things that I learned. Because the turned out that the what he understood was that the entire year administration it the only way they knew what was happening on campus through the Yale Daily News either daily news was not necessarily reflective of what was happening on campus. So if Lionheart wanted to make us look like a mass movement, he could and he did and so how he did photographs told the stories he put on the front page, all of a sudden Yale University administration but hit every panic button imaginable. They thought there was this a revolution on campus that was going to also expose the fact because every year when they raised money, they would their number one picks was for financial aid. So as Planning on. Exactly they're planning on shifting money. On a massive scale and it's all going to get exposed by this little this little protest group that looks huge because the Yale Daily News Editor in chief likes the story and thinks it's an important story I. mean he spent years pro getting yield to disinvest from South Africa. So he was just that Kinda guy old school lefty. And still this we debate now and then on twitter on social media, he's obviously not trump but the, but he made us look huge thousand nine years old and showed they actually.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Tragedy compounded in the California wildfires. Cal Fire officials say the pilot was killed in a helicopter crash early Wednesday while dropping water on a fire in central California. The cause of the crash was not immediately clear. Firefighting resources are stretched so thin Governor Gavin Newsom says they've requested Cruz from Texas, Arizona and Nevada 23. All up and down the state of California that we mark his quote unquote major fires hundreds of fires throughout the state of California because of this extraordinary weather. The extreme heat prompted energy officials to implement rolling blackouts over the weekend due to an energy crunch. The governor is also trying to address by having utilities and other larger users rely on back of energy. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News State of Michigan has reportedly reached a $600 million agreement to pay residents of Flint's Michigan whose health was damaged by lead in the city's drinking water when the city switch to the Flint River for its water supply, but failed to add lead inhibitors to it. A huge fire at it. Sexist plastics plant has been contained Fire blamed on a power line falling in an area where large rolls of plastic sheeting restored Ah Yale faculty member offering a morbid view is a portion of the student body returns to campus. A psychology professor is warning students in an email to emotionally prepare for the campus to look more like a hospital that a college this fall. Lori Santos wrote. We should be emotionally prepared for widespread infections and possibly deaths in our community. She sent the message July 1st, but it wasn't disclosed until the one state reported the schools. Yale Daily News Gail's among the colleges allowing students to return in the fall semester, though classes will mostly be held on line. Yale plans to test students for the virus Twice Weekly, though, when Santos Center email It was only going to be once Tom Gotti, Fox New Year's, and I'm Jack Callahan..

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"yale daily news" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Compounded in the California wildfires count. Fire officials say The pilot was killed in a helicopter crash early Wednesday while dropping water on a fire in central California. The cause of the crash was not immediately clear. Firefighting resources are stretched so thin Governor Gavin Newsom says they've requested Cruz from Texas, Arizona and Nevada 23. All up and down the state of California that we mark his cortical major fires hundreds of fires throughout the state of California because of this extraordinary weather. The extreme heat prompted energy officials to implement rolling blackouts over the weekend due to an energy crunch. The governor is also trying to address by having utilities and other larger users rely on back of energy. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News State of Michigan has reportedly reached a $600 million agreement to pay residents of Flint's Michigan whose health was damaged my lead in the city's drinking water. In the city switch to the Flint River for its water supply, but failed to add lead inhibitors to it a huge fire and it's sexist plastics plant has been contained fire blamed on a power line falling in an area where large rolls of plastic sheeting restored. A Yale faculty member offering a morbid view is a portion of the student body returns to campus. A psychology professor is warning students in an email to emotionally prepare for the campus to look more like a hospital that a college this fall. Lori Santos wrote. We should be emotionally prepared for widespread infections and possibly deaths in our community. She sent the message July 1st, but it wasn't disclosed until the one state reported the schools. Yale Daily News Devils among the colleges allowing students to return in the fall semester, though classes will mostly be out online. Yale plans to test students for the virus Twice Weekly, though, when Santos Center email It was only going to be once Tom Bugatti Fox nears and on Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Summer's not here long so sees the sizzle.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Progressive say our national anthem the star spangled banner is racist that's right USA today columnist Jim Robbins on fools the troops a new video from Prager university see the freighter you've got com where we teach what is everybody Dennis Prager here PDF in Granada hills California thank you for calling hello are I love you then as I listen to you Mr Brogan for I'm getting transgender L. G. B. T. fatigue every single day you have some kind of up to date and what's going on with all that and it's depressing and you sound depressed when you're talking about and I'm depressed and this friend of starting to make you sound like a grumpy old man you know it's kind of like can we just take a break from the LGBT transgender every single day I never got any other things to talk about right how about another history our or get somebody on what a nice book well let's be honest ninety five percent of my shows about about L. G. B. T. it might be almost daily what I reported to you today tell me don't let me ask you this Candice Olson's was this disinvited from a major podcast because she said only women can give birth do you think that is news worthy I think you mentioned that last week well I just mention it now because I just printed it yesterday but let's okay so let's say so that's a separate issue I don't recall mentioning it but if you did you didn't really answer my question is it news worthy or not should I have not reported it wants forget twice once okay so you mentioned it but then like then I moved on it for like another fifteen minutes or something well I happen to believe it is one of the most important things in America I think it's far more important than global warming that there is that children are being raised to believe that the that the sex is not binary that there's an infinite number of genders I I I do I believe that's a more important subject in global warming thought there are vast numbers of people will think I am crazy for saying that and and that's fine if that's for me tell them cook all cold after the show but but it's it's this is a this is exactly what I do believe I teleport and I think it is so that's my answer to you I mean it look it's a call that I make so like I walk for subject I I is that is that the children were taken to libraries to see drag queen story our if it she's right that it's depressing I agree it is depressing I mean the fact that the fact that Donald Trump won the election another Democrat forget Hillary Clinton cheese of no interest to me the Democrats are dangerous to to relevant to the Democrat is it is completely irrelevant people full Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton in my opinion is a crook but it's irrelevant utterly irrelevant the most obvious Democrat is as damaging as a crooked Democrat and people who don't understand that don't understand the nature of the battle in this country then yes it can be depressing that is correct that is why I have a happy miss our if life for easy I would never happiness our what the name of my book on happiness is happiness is a serious problem I have to I have to fight getting down more than most of you because I deal with this every day every single night I read about the destructive nature of the left in western civilization you know that Yale has dropped it's it's it's it's iconic course on art history yes that's right Yale University which has become somewhat of of of of a laughing stock among people who take it intellectual like seriously Yale Daily News last week two days ago Gail will stop teaching a story introductory survey course in art history decades old once taught by famous yell professors like Vincent Scully introduction to art history renaissance to the present was once touted to be one of Yale college is quintessential classes but this changes the latest response to student on easiness over an idealized western cabin a product of an overwhelmingly white streak European and male cadre of artists this is the Yale Daily News this spring the final rendition of the course will seek to question the idea of western art itself a market to difference from the courses focus at its inception art history department chair they no longer see chairman of course the courses instructor Tim Barringer told the news that he plans to demonstrate that a class about the history of art does not just mean western art rather when there were so many of the region's genres and traditions all equally deserving of study putting European art on a pedestal is problematic he cooling to search the same exact with what the New York times god what do you mean Beethoven's third we've got what is the name of that again Camelot music from Indonesia it's just as good as Beethoven but you are you ready this is the ultimate if you didn't even read this all but it it I think it's the end is at the end no it's not listen to this this was worth reading for this line the class will also consider art in relation to quest quote questions of gender class and race on quote and discuss its involvement with western capitalism Barringer wrote it's the chair of the art department here's the punch line its relationship with climate change will be a key theme he wrote so the relationship of art to climate change everything the left touches it destroys so to my dear you think Granada hills California yes ma'am if you take the world seriously and you love our country and you love liberty and you love all your civilization you will get a little depressed at.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The campus newspaper yea old the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation in the light but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine every thing those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot dot EDU it's always an honor every year what amounts to address the family research council's annual of fans and now I have an even greater on a to have in studio one of its lead as of course we kind of general Jerry Boykin they leads and in the intelligence and foreign and special forces community we've been talking about the events in pose in the Middle East why Qassam Saloum money have to die let let's tease out this issue of whether it's politics or something deeper than politics there is an inspiration to many conservatives myself included and the the person is of the late Andrew Breitbart who said the politics is down stream from culture how intrinsic to what we're seeing today when we have a media we have a political party that seems to be on the side of our enemy is rooting for our enemies how much of that general is is more than just politics but a side effect of consequence over wrought in our culture that we've lost well to many of us have lost the sense of our Judeo Christian underpinnings as a nation and therefore that's how you can arrive at these unbelievable stances I don't know of anything I can say that you didn't just say Hey look so it is an absolute must have list let's go back to nineteen fifty eight yeah you you will know this very well nineteen fifty eight the Communist Party USA wrote a book called the naked communist they told us exactly how they were going to take over no secrets and and we laughed out of which it does you'll you'll never get beyond our cultural norms our values all these things that you say you're going to do and and now look at the number of people on the democratic platform that are a good knowledge socialist Stroud proud really proud to be and there is two point they're trying to be greater socialist than the next guy you know well we need to understand that they went after our culture the Communist Party USA this Marxist movement in America one after our culture and what they said very overtly was will destroy families if we can destroy families that's the most fundamental important unit you know we're we are at the family Research Council we do research we can show you by empirical data that if you want a healthy economy in your city you want to help the economy good high school graduation rates low crime rates and good personal health the most important thing you need is you need done and tack family structure that is a father a mother and child or children and and wait to get married before you have that Jonny sack that's the whole point that's the whole point that's an intact family you you your mom and dad are married first then they have children and and and and what they said they were going to do is destroy that family will how they destroyed the days you stored it first of all and they said they were going to do this they will convince women of motherhood was a burden Hey there goes the feminist movement they would they would promote easy divorce or no fault divorce well they've done that they said they would they would introduce porn as a first amendment right will have many men in America today and family men that are so addicted to it that it's impacted their relationships with their wives with their children and all that there and also that the idea that sex is not about procreation that's right it's just yeah that's right it's just a recreational activity is only as and then they said that they would unionized teachers and they would ankle case socialism into the schools I said that they would do all kinds of things that were so counter cultural at that time to include the church they would go and they would infiltrate the church and they would change religion from revealed religion to social religion have made churches in America today are about social religions of feel good feels good social justice whatever that means and and for those who aren't familiar with the history of of of the movement in America the weather underground students for a democratic society this is a well documented one of the key slogans and if you don't if you haven't heard of this look it up what are the key slogans of the radical left movement in the late sixties and the early seventies in America was actually the phrase smash monogamy one of the Wall crisis why you want to smash monogamy because if your not monogamous then the whole fabric of the nuclear family collapses and we have no natural defense against those who wish to change our culture by dismantling it that's where moral relativism and all the other deconstruction is philosophies come in we've only touched the surface we have one more segment I'm so glad to have him in studio he is from the family Research Council he is of course a kind of general Jerry Boykin follow him at Jan the book in and go to F. all C. dot O. R. G. any credible organization I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first and I have an important question are you going to be at the top of your game fighting fit for the next two.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Campus newspaper Yale the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation and the like then when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot dot EDU so don valley Riley's back this is bill o'reilly and you will hear the O. Reilly update tomorrow morning at ten eleven and twelve noon on eight sixty eight AM the answer welcome back to the pain free really factor dot com studio it's the same former mayor Bloomberg Donald Trump immigration policy issue a full three hundred twenty million Americans is not enough and holding the record is not enough and there's no criticism of any other country got ours that manages the no where near the White House one eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder we talked about com studio next hour will be speaking with Dov Hikind about the number of people applying for permits for firearms in New York in the wake of the rights of hate crimes against Jews all of that coming up tomorrow morning around five fifteen.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Late last year the campus newspaper Yale the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation and the like but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children into schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot dot EDU San Diego this welcome back to the pain free release sector dot com studios it's the same self declared enemy of the United States Canada forty five years yeah all of us and who sided with Democrats national Socialist Party and the Democrats are weighing past loyal opposition well into reason reason for you then not yet well a nicer one S. A. G. interpolate nine seven one seven two four three very elderly com people want to call up and actually express our feelings and pressure thoughts what we have.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation and the like but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is the conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot dot EDU Sebastian Cork at eight sixty area the answer it was a drummer boy the phone in the he called himself a I want to be on is that when I open my come on a little bit I really hope those people who rang up in this Centro to sway still listening because if they listen to the last segment with general Boykin maybe the heart was touched mine was that's why we're here it's incredible that's my hope that these left this these poor indoctrinated individuals who want to come in and try and follow us.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation and the like but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all this is the conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children into schools where the faculty is determined to undermine every thing those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot peppered ready for the work day Q. Hewitt weekday mornings from three to six of eight sixty eight AM the answer good bye welcome back leading the call for the city of his fingers certain for a walk of shame shame shame shame on you sent let's get to the impeachment Mitch McConnell on the Senate floor yesterday holding forth for Nancy Pelosi she gets dragged in this cut number eight on Friday speaker Pelosi signal she may violate wind down her one woman blockade of a fair and timely impeachment trial it's certainly been revealing to see house Democrats first line that impatient was so urgent sort they could not even wait to fill out the factual record and then subsequently delay it for weeks well I'm glad the sugar probably realize you never had any leverage in the first place two decades on a procedure to senators and as giving and two bipartisan pressure to move forward in terms of influencing Senate proceedings this strange gambit has achieved absolutely not but it has produced one unintended side effects the speakers average for pre combat the Senate to carry on an investigation with which her own house lost patience good food that the house cases rush week an incomplete let me say that again by trying and failing to get the senator pre commit a redoing the house's investigation house Democrats admitted that even they do not believe their own case is personalized for thank about the message itself when the prosecutors or this desperate to get the judge and jury to redo they're all more for them and think about the separation of powers the house knowingly knowingly declined to spend time on legal battles and due process then it would have needed to pursue certain avenues but now after declining to fight their own fight they want the Senate the pre commit a ourselves to wage these potentially protracted legal battles on their back they wanted senators to pre commit ourself to not only judge the case that house Democrats are actually going to send over but also to re open the investigatory stage and maybe supplement chairmanships flop does work in other words the presence of Polish are afraid of having this judge the case they actually are going to send us they're afraid of having a son to judge the case they themselves voted on let alone speaks volumes a few weeks ago.

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Backlash grows over Oscars' lack of diversity

Del Walmsley

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Backlash grows over Oscars' lack of diversity

"Yea old the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation in the light but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents

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Backlash grows over Oscars' lack of diversity

Del Walmsley

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Backlash grows over Oscars' lack of diversity

"Yea old the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation in the light but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents

"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This is Albert Mohler for down all dot com late last year the campus newspaper Yale the Yale Daily News published an article highlighting the astounding lack of world view diversity on America's college campuses today under the headline faculty call for ideological diversity the reporters highlighted for professors who made it clear Gail stifles political discourse in other respects seals made a push for demographic diversity race gender sexual orientation and the like but when it comes to political diversity there's virtually none the numbers for universities in the northeastern particularly startling the ratio of liberal professors to conservatives is at least twenty eight to one according to the story perhaps the strangest element in all of this is that conservative and Christian parents continue to fight so hard to get their children in the schools where the faculty is determined to undermine everything those parents believe and have taught their children I'm Albert Mohler public policy dot dot EDU when I look back on my first visit to cruise hearing I can't help but smile like most folks I didn't think my hearing was that bad measured in one hearing aids after talking with Felix cruise for about half an hour he asked if I would mind taking a hearing test I did and the results surprised me then I prepared myself for what I was sure was going to be a hard sales pitch well the hard pitch didn't come in fact Felix crew suggested I take a pair of digital hearing aids home and try them on for a couple of days there was no obligation or cost and I didn't even have to leave a deposit now after many months I have to be reminded sometimes to take them off and when I do I can't believe the amount I was missing the.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"There is a music video featuring that song with a character who performs as doc winds I'm not making that up jons me rack you were saying Sir yeah during the catalog here not one at noon leading screen readers not even fox news was willing to report the factors chapter caffeine the boy is increasing influencing Ford is part of the abortion industry that she works for the company that makes the abortion bill not even fox news without that yet again it's pretty natural news and you and I have a spreadsheet on Twitter let me let me ask you John me ask in your audio for some reason today it's very bad but let me ask you a question why do you think I think I probably ask you this like back when this happened but why do you think that fox news and others would report on that why does it fall to John's mere act in Dallas to write an article for the stream it seems bizarre to me this this that was big news and then I spoke to Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino in their book on the subject they said that it was what it was also well known that that Christine Blasi Ford had a kind of a checkered past with guys like it was common knowledge in high schools only and the nobody touch that and I thought listen folks you you're making tremendous accusations against a man we need to base it on facts it's not about Hey we need to believe women no no we need to believe women who are telling the truth and in the United States of America the way we figure that out is with the thing called evidence and if you can't follow those standards go to bed skip it don't do it but we're we're just living in a time where were where people don't care and it falls to you Johns mere act to write about something which ought to have been at the center of this entire case and why did the single Republican senator mention it can you tell me I mean I mean I'm I'm I'd love to know your gas because Howard carrot absolute power yeah that's the only way to explain it they were afraid that they were going to get caught up in in in the sharks I mean when the sharks start hearing of one of your when you're working on a swim team and your swimming in a and are on the beach and the struggles after one of the people on your team your first instinct when the water would make it or not to run away and then you have to man up and practice the virtue of courage to turn signal on not believing that guy out with the sharks I'm going to fight and that is an actual character virtue that is being bored out of American men okay that you you just said so brilliantly and you're absolutely right yesterday I was in a restaurant with some friends and some of the stuff came up and I realize that one of the reasons that I get so angry and I will not back down on a lot of this stuff is because when any full dares to say that trump supporters are white nationalists are bigots basically my attitude is you know what you're talking about my father my father is as far from those things as anyone I know and I know a ton of people just like him who voted for this president you don't need to like this president and and let's not pretend we all love everything about this president but when you cannot base what you say on the facts and have to call good people vile things to put across your narrative I will not back down because that is evil when people in this country allow that to happen this is this has ruined great countries before Germany was ruined because in the nineteen thirties rather than stand up and risk ABA Cui scorn whatever word you want to use for it people just went along with the crowd they let other people get you know sent to the concentration camps they let other people get thrown into the Gestapo prison they just kept their mouths shut what folks when you keep your mouth shut when lives are being spread and you let this stuff happen you become part of the problem and we're living in a time right now it sounds so dramatic forgive me but we're living in a time right now it where if you don't speak up when this kind of stuff happens I mean even on Twitter we just said that hundreds of people came after me on Twitter I don't think fifteen spoke in my defense on Twitter and I just thought what kind of a world we live in I'm not crazy I know what I said I know what I meant but we're living in a time where folks like you and you know Mike Lindell is another hero he was on mark live in last night mark Levin's a huge hero but he was interviewing Mike Lindell who has one most amazing story he's the my pillow founder and CEO everything like that and of course he's one of the sponsors on this program and the code is Eric Eric but Mike Lindell was asked by mark Livin about just what you're talking about about why he having you back down whatever and he starts talking about how he met the president how he knows he's a good man and this that and he said I will I won't back down and I thought you just need a handful of maniacs like you me and and Mike Lindell and whatever because a lot of people are just afraid and it's I'm I'm only repeating what you said John but it but if you could tell how it boils my potato to use up and save favorite phrase BR that's why I used to write those off dad's back at the Yale Daily News from the L. free press in the lake in the nineteen eighties we're both at school I did not think I was writing to convince the hard core look liberals at the school the brainwashed young Stalinist is who are actually terrified the professors because they were the right way and still do I was I was writing to try to give courage to the quiet conservatives at the school that they were not crazy that their their views had intellectual defenses even if no one else is willing to stand up and defend them I thought maybe give these people courage I'm going to show them that I can write better than anyone on the last that my arguments are better that my my writing style is better what little I quickly in Buckley did when he was shown the liberal intellectual that's right on television the gate conspicuous courage to conservative all of the country we're not the stupid party that's I mean that's really what it amounts to and I thought the same thing like I thought like people told me for my career Eric you shouldn't publish Donald drains a swamp you shouldn't publish down bills will that will hurt your career and I thought you know what I I want to give courage to people out there and I want to be a voice to help them know you know you're not crazy not everybody who voted for this president is a white supremacist or any nonsense like that and I and I really feel like it's a moral responsibility god will judge me if I make Howard and all these heroes I write about I praise them and I think that we all need to do our part I'm sorry we're out of time John want to get you back on this week on a land line so we can continue this and other conversations because we love having you on thank you so much folks will be right back sun.

"yale daily news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This just in to the KTAR newsroom. Federal prosecutors have charged Michael avocado with extortion and Bank and wire fraud, the President Trump critic has been arrested on charges related to an alleged twenty million dollar extortion scheme targeting Nike. He's expected to make a court appearance this afternoon. The Los Angeles Times says that the US attorney's office has issued a press release saying the details about the arrest will come in a press conference in about half an hour. Once again attorney Michael has been arrested on charges dealing with extortion and Bank fraud. President Trump is calling special counsel Robert Muller's report, a complete and total exoneration and Republicans are calling this case closed Muller made no conclusion about whether the president obstructed Justice. But attorney general William Barr says there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute Arizona. Republican congressman Andy Biggs joined Arizona's morning news today. We're still in a place where my my colleagues on the other side of the now they want to expand their investigation. They over promised on this. But yeah, they want to expand investigation chair in an exclusive op Ed Wood, FOX big says FBI director James Comey and others responsible for instigating. This investigation for the sole purpose of undermining President Trump must be prosecuted a dozen coaches and key defendants facing a judge today in that college admissions scandal, they're accused of helping kids cheat their way into school. According to the Yale daily news,.

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"yale daily news" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"yale daily news" 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 daily news" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"yale daily news" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The government in a court where you're not even entitled to be at the preceding or any of the percents. Not adversarial, right. It's effectively the new spy chamber. Jeff's pieces long, but it's worth your time. Because it talks about how during the spying on Donald Trump cases by all of this broke down. Joe now, I'm going to read to you snippet of net p shortly about how none of the safeguards against your privacy were implemented in this case at all. And the government was basically given unfettered access into the private lives of people who had no business being on the government's radar. But before I get to that. So that's the lead here. What's bothering me is former federal agent a caught myself who had the power to take away people's freedom their assets. Folks, the distinction between a free society and a an unfree society is the distinction between the private and the public self. If you live in a socialist too, radical despotic regime, North Korea Venezuela, or others where political spying happens. Your personal life is always public your emails. What happens in your home as in in in the Soviet in mouse, China and in the Soviet Union, even family members were encouraged to spy on on other other family members for treason and sedition and insubordination of the government's efforts to propagandize people. You understand where I'm going with this show. You were never safe. Yeah. This is a topic. I've discussed often on this show for five years. Now, you were never saved. There was no personal life. The argument. I gave is we live in this free constitutional Republic relatively free where you know, when you open the garage door in the morning and turn your car on a leave for work that you are leaving your private life at home, and you now become public. You're out in public. People can see you in your cars your commuting to work. People can see you at your job your work emails. Your work can read you understand and you act differently. So we act differently at home than we do out in public. Everybody knows that they're listen folks are things people do at home is that that that they wouldn't want people to know when public people use the bathroom. They don't want the puck. No one's going to livestream that if you're not an imbecile, don't, you know, people pick their nose or whatever they eat a bad diet at home. And maybe they're watching things on the internet that they shouldn't be watching, and they don't want people to know that, but you got a personal life and the idea about a personal. Life in contrast to a public life is that in that personal life as long as your personal behavior doesn't negatively impact others that your to be left alone. That's what freedom is the security for your private papers and behavior to stay private as long as it doesn't violate laws or negatively impact anyone else's civil rights. Folks. This is all breaking down all of it. Now before I get to the epoch times piece minute throw Paul Pierce. Sorry. She's trying she's can't use to my cavalier style on the video here. But I read another piece in the Yale daily news, which is in the show notes today that was highlighted by Christina Hoff Sommers on our Twitter feed. That's how I founded by a student by the name of ISIS Davis marks who wrote an op Ed piece in the Yale daily news. About how he intends to spy on quote, white, boys. I'm not making this up. Joe? Here's the end of his op-ed. He's talking about how he sees these white kids on campus who he feels have white privilege who may grow up later to be supreme court justices or politicians and how students on the campus have an obligation out of spy on these white kids. Take screen shots of their screens their behaviors take screen shots of them to video them and basically to incorporate like a guest stop. Oh file in case. These white kids become not making this up the op-eds in there in case these people become prominent officials later, so they can use it against them later on he ends up at. Oh, it's her excuse me. It's a her ISIS Davis Marsh. Forgive me. She she says, but I can't do that anymore. I can't let things slip by I'm watching you white boy..

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