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Ken Kraetzer and John Chuhran of Sons of the American Legion Radio discuss how Army football and this week's game at Yale. Can rebound from last week's disappointing loss at Wake Forest to face a Yale Bulldog team that displayed nearly 700 yards of offense in a com from behind win on their opening day against Lehigh. Can Army find a pass rush to pressure the Eli QB and will their offensive line show maturity in avoiding penalties and setting up their talented backfield for big gains. The game in New Haven, CT is part of Yale's celebration of the 100th anniversary of their historic stadium, the Yale Bowl. All this as Ken and John broadcast from Bob Hyland's Sports Page Restaurnat in downtown White Plains, NY.
This week we discuss the big Harvard vs. Yale game. I’m not kidding. Even ESPN is covering it this week. It’s an American classic and a snooze fest if you’re watching it that’s why talking about it on our show is the best way to enjoy it. The Duchess of Cambridge is coming to Brooklyn. Listen to Juskow stumble on whether she’s a Duchess or a Princess and what’s the difference and who cares and how the movie “The Naked Gun” comes to mind. Seriously, what other podcast has this kind of ridiculousness hodge podge. You’re welcome.
HR Interview with Maria Delucia A Yale Nurse that Helps Refuges feel welcomed to America.
She is an amazing person who has taken it upon herself to be the welcome committee at Yale Hospital for non English speaking foreigners. "Even a simple smile can change how someone feels!"
Also Celebrate Janie's Birthday
Featured song of the week "Shine My Light" by www.SaintTone.com
Jennifer Mctiernan Yale Law School. Yale has a Veterans Law clinic.
There are approximately 250,000 veterans currently residing in Connecticut, many with acute and unique legal needs related to their military service or return to civilian life. In this clinic, established in 2010, students have represented Connecticut veterans in litigation before administrative agencies and courts, on benefits, discharge upgrade, immigration, and pardon matters. In addition, students represent local and national organizations in non-litigation matters relating to the legal needs of veterans, including regulatory and legislative reform efforts, media advocacy, strategic planning, and other matters.
Clinic students also provide advice and conduct some intake at the New Haven Vet Center, which offers a range of counseling and other services particularly to combat veterans. The clinic makes special efforts to assist vulnerable veteran populations and those least connected to existing service networks, such as women, recently returned, non-citizen, LGBT, and elderly veterans. The seminar portion is a practice-oriented examination of advocacy on behalf of veterans and of social justice lawyering generally.
Please join us for a follow up to Yale Law School's program to assist veterans. Discussion items include PTSD, MST, Sexual Harassment
The call in number is 347 237 48189
Guest: Carlos Eire, author of "Waiting for snow in Havana" and contributor to Babalu Blog.
We will discuss President Correa (Ecuador) and his visit to Yale University. You can read Carlos's report here.
Here is a preview of the article:
"Rafael Correa, ruler of Ecuador, came to Yale University today. In one of the most embarrassing displays of self-aggrandizement ever seen by this professor, Mr. Correa brought the art of patting oneself on the back to new heights today (and that’s saying a lot, given the propensity of most academics to engage in such behavior).
Mr. Correa broke other records as well, such as delivering the most puerile and non-academic lecture imaginable, packing the greatest number of lies into a single presentation, and making some of the most outrageous and indefensible claims ever made at an Ivy League University (and that’s saying a lot, too, given the high number of questionable “experts”on the academic lecture circuit)."
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This week's Fair Tax Time will feature 2 special guests, both very knowledgable about the currently popular subject - the Article 5 Convention Of States. This episode promises to be very informative.
Author Brent Morehouse will discuss his book "Bill Of Reform." The book offers the reader a compelling list of the similarities between the 1770s and Today. It shows that if we look to history, the answers for the reform we seek, are laid out before us. As in many applications, history provides answers to many of today's problems, one of which always concerns Fair Tax Time listeners: tax reform.
Yale Wishnick is the Arizona State Director for Fair Tax, andArizona State Director for the Convention Of States.
You should take this opportunity to become informed about an increasingly important subject. When it becomes everyday, mainstream news, informed individuals will help to create informed voters - something this country needs in abundance. Be a leader! Join us on Wednesday at 6PM Pacific, 7PM Mtn, 8PM Central, 9PM Eastern for Fair Tax Time Radio, brought to you Commercial-Free each week by the host, John Wesley Nobles.
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Our guest today, Priyamvada Natarajan, is a Professor in the Departments of Astronomy and Physics at Yale University while also holding a lifetime appointment as an Honorary Professor at the University of Delhi, India.
Professor Natarajan arrived in the United States from New Delhi to pursue her undergraduate studies in Physics and Mathematics at MIT. After going on to complete her Masters degree in the MIT Program in Science, Technology and Society, she got her PhD in theoretical astrophysics from the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge in England. She was the first woman in Astrophysics to be elected a fellow of Trinity College.
As a theoretical astrophysicist, she is interested in cosmology, gravitational lensing and black hole physics. Her research is focused on exotica in the Universe - dark matter, dark energy and black holes. She is noted for her key contributions to two of the most challenging problems in cosmology: mapping the distribution of dark matter and tracing the growth history of black holes. She is deeply invested in the public dissemination of science, a fervent proponent of numerical literacy, and is also a published poet. She has written for the New York Review of Books, CNN, Washington Post, The Huffington Post and her research has been featured in many news outlets including the BBC, CNN and most international newspapers and media.
Priya is the recipient of many awards and honors in the US and India and it is an honor for us to have her on our show.
Listen to Dr. Craig Crews of the Crews Laboratory at Yale University describe how a drug begins as an idea and becomes a real myeloma therapy used in the clinic. He shares his story of the discovery and development of the drug carfilzomib (Kyprolis).
On December 3, 12-year-old Ronin Shimizu, a former 6th grader enrolled at Folsom Middle School, committed suicide after schoolmates had bullied him for being a cheerleader.
According to the CDC, suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, resulting in about 4,400 deaths per year.
Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University.
A study in Britain found that at least half of suicides among young people are related to bullying
10 to 14 year old girls may be at even higher risk for suicide, according to the study above
According to statistics reported by ABC News, nearly 30 percent of students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying
Anonymous Alerts® is a tool which enables students to quickly report bullying, cyberbullying, depression, family problems, drug and alcohol abuse, gang-related issues, sexual harassment, guns/weapons in schools, theft/vandalism or unusual student behavior which may warrant immediate attention by school officials. The system is simple and secure for students and school officials.
Join us as we discuss these issues and more.
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