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Latest 1 Oct 2022 | Updated Daily

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Richard Sander about Sowell and Racial Preferences in Admissions

The Genius of Thomas Sowell

NEW NEWS THAT'S NEWSWORTHY:1) Basic Books (Sowell's publisher) is teaming up with The Genius of Thomas Sowell Podcast to offer listeners a chance to win 4 Sowell books. Enter at SowellBooks.com for a chance to win!2) We are having our first, live, in person Book Club meeting on Saturday, July 9, 2022 in Los Angeles. This is a free event.  We will be discussing Sowell's 2020 book "Charter Schools and Their Enemies." If you'd like to attend, please email me at WolanAlan@gmail.com and I'll give you the details.3) During the month of June we are running a truck advertising campaign in Los Angeles to promote the pod. Here's the VIDEO from the first day. You can find Alan's video interview on the "Cut The Bull" Podcast HERE.You can find Alan's appearance on the "Calmversations" Podcast with Benjamin Boyce HERE.-----In this episode, we continue to explore the subject of Affirmative Action which was inspired by reading Chapter 6 of Thomas Sowell's 1993 classic "Inside American Education."You can read Chapter 6 HERE.Today's episode features a long form interview with Richard Sander, law professor at UCLA Law School.You can find more information about Richard Sander HERE.I also interviewed Gustav Kuhn, Professor of Psychology at Goldsmith's University in London and Founder of The Magic Lab, about two ways politicians use the techniques of magicians to manipulate the public.    His website is HERE.If you would like to see the magic trick which baffled Professor Kuhn, you can watch it HERE.Notes:• Our updated listener statistics to the podcast can be found HERE.There are 3 ways to support the show:1) Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts2) Purchase our Thomas Sowell Post It Note pads:  You can find all 50 digital images of the post it notes HERE, feel free to download them and use them however you like. To purchase pads of printed post it notes, please  Paypal $3/pad to wolanalan@gmail.com or Venmo to @Alan-Wolan.  Please put your mailing address as well as your email address in the notes of the payment. International orders will cost more, please ask.3) Support the show financially by subscribing with a monthly contribution on Patreon, link HERE.You  email Alan at: WolanAlan@gmail.com

1hr 34mins

9 Jun 2022

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94. Dr. Richard Sander

Johnson City Living

On today's episode Colin sits down with Dr. Richard Sander, Athletic Director at ETSU.  Thank you for listening! Johnson City Living is hosted by Colin Johnson with Keller Williams Realty in Johnson City, TN.

56mins

20 May 2022

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Entrevista Richard Sander - Rivera propone cambios en distribución de fondos del gobierno nacional

En Perspectiva

Rivera se está transformando en un lugar elegido para radicarse de cantidad de uruguayos de otras partes del país. Muchos buscan un costo de vida más bajo en medio de la crisis. Otros van atraídos por la Universidad Tecnológica, que se instaló allí en 2018. Incluso la nueva cárcel departamental, que se inauguró en 2011, trajo población nueva a Rivera.Pese a este movimiento creciente, el departamento sigue postergado desde el punto de vista económico y social.La intendencia, encabezada por el colorado Richard Sander, advierte que Rivera sigue mostrando de los peores índices de desarrollo humano del Uruguay, una situación que se vio agravada por la crisis económica derivada de la pandemia de covid-19.En ese contexto, Sander está proponiendo en el Congreso de Intendentes que el Poder Ejecutivo cambie la distribución de los fondos que el gobierno nacional transfiere a las comunas, de modo de priorizar a departamentos limítrofes con Brasil, que se encuentran más rezagados en aspectos sociales y económicos.Hoy En Perspectiva conversamos con Richard Sander.

49mins

21 Apr 2022

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Entrevista Richard Sander - Jornales solidarios ¿Cuándo se pondrá en marcha el proyecto?

En Perspectiva

El presidente del Congreso de Intendentes, Carmelo Vidalín de Durazno, y sus dos vicepresidentes, Richard Sander, de Rivera, y Andrés Lima, de Salto, se reunieron ayer con el secretario de Presidencia, Álvaro Delgado, y con el subdirector de la Oficina de Planeamiento y Presupuesto, José Luis Falero.El objetivo: avanzar en la propuesta de jornales solidarios que daría trabajo temporal a unas 15.000 personas.Cada beneficiario del sistema trabajaría 12 días por mes durante seis meses y cobraría $ 12.000 mensuales, según trascendió de la reunión de ayer. Resta definir todavía cómo se hará el reparto entre departamentos.Esta mañana En Perspectiva procuramos conocer otros detalles de esta iniciativa, que despertó mucha polémica la semana pasada, en diálogo con el intendente Sander.Con él repasamos también cómo está la situación sanitaria de Rivera, que hace pocas semanas era el principal foco de preocupación en cuanto a la pandemia ay que en cualquier escenario será una zona del país delicada debido a la frontera abierta con Santana do Livramento y la gravedad del coronavirus del lado brasileño.

45mins

28 Apr 2021

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Richard Sander on Affirmative Action and Neighborhood Integration

Culture and Causation

Aaron interviews Dr. Richard Sander, author of Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It's Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won't Admit It, and Moving Toward Integration: The Past and Future of Fair Housing, about the mismatch problem with affirmative action and the puzzle of neighborhood integration. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever platform you prefer. If you’d like to suggest a guest for the show or if you’d like to be on the show, email Aaron at Aaron@ObjectiveStandard.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/objectivestandard Twitter: https://twitter.com/ObjStdInstitute LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/objectivestandardinstitute/

40mins

22 Feb 2021

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Immutable Laws of Living with Lee Baucom and Fair Housing with Richard Sander

Southern Sense Talk Radio

Southern Sense is conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis, as host and "CS" Bennett, co-host. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey! Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.comImmutable Laws of Living with Lee Baucom -Trained as a pastoral counselor, Dr. Baucom eventually shifted to life coaching. Discouraged by psychotherapy’s lack of emphasis on thriving, Dr. Baucom realized that people are designed to go beyond their stuck points.http://theimmutablelawsofliving.com/Moving Towards Intergration with Richard Sander is a professor at UCLA School of Law, an economist and an expert on race, housing and affirmative action. Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Moving-toward-Integration-Future-HousingDedication: Deputy Sheriff Jacob M. Pickett, Boone County Sheriff's Office, IndianaEnd of Watch Friday, March 2, 2018

2hr

29 Jun 2018

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Immutable Laws of Living with Lee Baucom and Fair Housing with Richard Sander

Southern Sense Talk

Southern Sense is conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis, as host and "CS" Bennett, co-host.  Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!  Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.comImmutable Laws of Living with Lee Baucom -Trained as a pastoral counselor, Dr. Baucom eventually shifted to life coaching.  Discouraged by psychotherapy’s lack of emphasis on thriving, Dr. Baucom realized that people are designed to go beyond their stuck points.http://theimmutablelawsofliving.com/Moving Towards Intergration with Richard Sander is a professor at UCLA School of Law, an economist and an expert on race, housing and affirmative action. Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Moving-toward-Integration-Future-HousingDedication: Deputy Sheriff Jacob M. Pickett, Boone County Sheriff's Office, IndianaEnd of Watch Friday, March 2, 2018

2hr

29 Jun 2018

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Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr., “Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help” (Basic Books, 2012)

New Books in Law

In their book Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won’t Admit It (Basic Books, 2012), Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr. present the following big idea: race preferences in higher education harm those preferred. Their argument is interesting in that it is not premised on the idea that racial preferences are unfair. Rather, they crunch the numbers and show that when good minority students are placed among elite students at elite schools, they often fail; when they are placed among other good students at good schools, they do much better. Students, they say, need to be “matched” with students at their level, not “mismatched” (or, rather, overmatched) with students far above their level. Both Sanders and Taylor are very much in favor of Affirmative Action, though they would like to see it reformed. Listen in and see how. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

1hr 4mins

22 Feb 2013

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Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr., “Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help” (Basic Books, 2012)

New Books in American Studies

In their book Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won’t Admit It (Basic Books, 2012), Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr. present the following big idea: race preferences in higher education harm those preferred. Their argument is interesting in that it is not premised on the idea that racial preferences are unfair. Rather, they crunch the numbers and show that when good minority students are placed among elite students at elite schools, they often fail; when they are placed among other good students at good schools, they do much better. Students, they say, need to be “matched” with students at their level, not “mismatched” (or, rather, overmatched) with students far above their level. Both Sanders and Taylor are very much in favor of Affirmative Action, though they would like to see it reformed. Listen in and see how. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

1hr 4mins

22 Feb 2013

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Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr., “Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help” (Basic Books, 2012)

New Books in Education

In their book Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won’t Admit It (Basic Books, 2012), Richard Sander and Stuart Taylor, Jr. present the following big idea: race preferences in higher education harm those preferred. Their argument is interesting in that it is not premised on the idea that racial preferences are unfair. Rather, they crunch the numbers and show that when good minority students are placed among elite students at elite schools, they often fail; when they are placed among other good students at good schools, they do much better. Students, they say, need to be “matched” with students at their level, not “mismatched” (or, rather, overmatched) with students far above their level. Both Sanders and Taylor are very much in favor of Affirmative Action, though they would like to see it reformed. Listen in and see how. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

1hr 4mins

22 Feb 2013

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