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"18665" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"Got back sin ated and just came down with Covid for the second time, along with influenza, A Yeah, I can't really respond to the influenza. Say I influence that. That's completely separate thing. Uh, however, you can't get it a second time quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens has had it twice. Uh, covid back of infection. Now we do have something Lisa called breakthrough. And so people who are fully backs and made it like Jimbo and I Probably not Jimbo, now that he's had the third one, But for me who's just had to I could still get a mild case of Covid. We call it a breakthrough now in places where it's not really a serious outbreak. Right now. It's about one in 5000. Okay, that are getting that in places where it's really kind of mild outbreak right now, in certain parts of us, it's only one in 10,000 who have been vaccinated that get this. The main thing is that it's a very mild case. If you get one of these breakthrough cases, in most cases, there's always a few exceptions, but All of what I am Glad to hear that President Biden is trying to push through is all health care workers should be vaccinated. I can't believe that people want to work in the healthcare industry or in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They really need to be vaccinated to protect the people. They're caring for, whether they're picking their food or caring for the people. So I really hope and I'm shocked about how many health care workers today are not vaccinated. I actually find that kind of shocking. It is rather bizarre. 18665 Jimbo 1866554626 more calls for Randy Larson from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in just a moment..

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06:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back to the gym Bowhead. It showed 18665, Jimbo and 866554626 says. We talk in this portion of the program with Adam Razuri. Who was a digital marketing and big tech expert. Let's look at the section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act, which essentially says that we have In this instance. Uh, think entities that are not publishers. As such, so they're just passing on what other people are saying? Should that act or the section 2 30 portion of that act, the Communications Decency Act be repealed or amended, Or what would you like to see done? You know, Jim, I would definitely like to see a lot more definition added to what is permissible what is not permissible. I would like to see details around how enforcement actions can be taken part can be actually executed. Um, right now, It's just so broad that it allows the social media companies to really just, uh I struggled to say, get away with murder, but I mean, figuratively, you know, And so I think Making a lot more, um, specifically the actual language that's written. I think it may be part of a move towards the right the right solution, But the thing is, is You know, we've seen a lot of discussions take place amongst our legislators. We've seen actions taken by taken by state governments like Florida and Texas and others. We've seen. States' attorneys general filed suit against these these big taking elites. You know, there's been a lot of activity towards changing how things are done. And still, we're here today and nothing actually solved where we're sitting here looking at a midterm election coming up next year. And President Trump himself is forbidden from social media until the month after the election, So you know nothing That's happening fast enough. And so that's I think a big problem for us The thing that I think we kind of have to observe here is that The reality of big tech today points to some bigger societal issues that I think we kind of have to come to terms with. And it's this idea of corporatism and this this convergence of the big tech elite and those who are empowered the government. Coming together to sort of maintain the status quo of the political power structure. Uh, if we're gonna change section 2 30. I don't see it doing anything that's going to help influence the midterm elections. But You know, Jim, I hope I answered your question. Adding more definition to it. Uh, I think my biggest concern Yeah. Uh, 18665 Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. It does at times seemed to be an uneven playing field. Very much so very much so. And you know what? Naturally, too, right? I mean, these are organizations that will tremendous power. And so when you have, you know, the voice of a few trying to shout out at the The wall. That is big tech. You know, it's like you don't even feel like you're being heard. So it almost feels like this David and Goliath type of battle. Um and thankfully, we do have voices in our in our government today, like Thomas Massey, who are trying to carry the torch and to lead Lead us towards meaningful reform. But we're just not there. Yet. Parlor is back now, is it not? It's back. It's back. But you know, man with a product like that. It's just When you're when you're trajectory is solid and you are growing aggressively. And then all of a sudden your your legs are kicked out from beneath you for a small business like that, for a start up, you know, to lose that kind of momentum to lose that kind of steam. It's really, really detrimental to the growth trajectory of a small, uh, business like that. So Yeah, Parlor is back today, but it's really, really not what it was before the election. Will probably be what it was before the election being number one in the APP store again. Hard to say, you know, there are other competitors in the market, which are worth exploring. There's Jason Miller, Get her up, GTR. There's also cloud hub, which is another competitor that tries to be a champion from free speech. So you know, while there are options out there, um I don't know if collar is ever going to be where it was going to before. Well, what it sounds like we're talking about here is restraint of trade, and that's a federal law violation where the antitrust laws Yeah. Where are they? Right. We've had any trust lawsuit Teenaged, But, uh, again, timing Nothing is happening happening at the right speed. I don't know that anything's going to happen in a meaningful way before the midterms and maybe not even till the next the next big election in 24. Here is a call from Steve and and gear. North Carolina. Good evening. A Mr Jimbo and your guest. Uh, conversation you've been talking about if you really want to get something happened quickly and probably being the Supreme Court before year would be over. Just reverse everything around as analogy and do the opposite. And let's pretend that there was a Facebook. Uh, platform. This mindset was coming from a conservative point of view. And the fact check and conservative point of fact, check it. And the censorship that they were doing was coming from conservative. It would take no time. Forward to the probably all the way to the United States Supreme Court. About senselessly ship. Back to the mat. Uh, happen. Yeah, I think he's onto something, you know. Can you imagine if President Trump were to jump on board with one of these social media apps and you know all the fun pictures? In fact, checkers for that particular application? I mean, my goodness. Yeah, I bet something quick would happen at that point. You make a good point. All right, more to come. 18665 Oh, Jimbo 1866554626 and will continue in just a moment. When the forgotten poor.

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"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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08:09 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Welcome back to Jim Bohannon showed 18665 Jimbo 1866554626 at Missouri is with us. To talk about internal Facebook documents indicating an admission that they they do tend to, uh shall we say show bias against conservative points of view Bill in Pittsburgh. Good evening. Getting another way. Evening as good evening. Good evening. My question is to add, Um is is there any type of regulatory agency Populated for these fact Checkers. It seems like when you make a post, you know your immediately yet you know, this has been flagged as partially false. Where do we find out Who fact checked Who? And who regulates the fact checker. I don't suppose you're already regulators of the fact checkers Per se, I would assume that the fact checkers work for Facebook or Instagram or Twitter, right? I mean, we're not talking about some independent body here. Are we at him? I don't think there is such a body. There is an organization that does certify who can or cannot be a fact checker. It's this organization called Pointer International Fact checking Network or the F C. N And basically pointer of evaluates people who apply based on a certain set of criteria, Interestingly enough, not included in the criteria to be a fact checker conflict of interest. So they look to certain standards that don't include conflict of interest in specific to some of the fact checking that we've seen take place around covid a lot of problems there, right. We've seen fact checkers referred to To to researchers who were working directly at the Wuhan lab Institute. Um and so you see a lot of conflict of interest that do sort of hit. Some of the some of the flag post that you think maybe you should have been allowed to fly. There are 62 organizations that officially have this IFC and certification. But Facebook only looks to actually six organizations to be in their pool. In fact, checkers And you know, it's it's when you When you look at who funds these organizations, you know, it's very clear that conflict of interest is not one of the concerns when it comes to the fact checkers, So I think there's a lot of problems there. Um, pointing to the government, though. We have. The FTC really is kind of the organization. I think that should be or what kind of pointed out of being the organization that would regulate social media in general, specifically pretends to Perfect communications. But right now the system is very flawed. Which I suppose this time for us to bring up section 2 30. Oh, 2 30, You know, you have, uh, 2 30 is is one of those policies that basically says These social media platforms. These big tech online interactive platforms are immune from whatever user content might be posted, however, parable that content might be And that's really what's allowed these organizations to kind of abuse their positions as potentially forms for free speech. They've taken the position of editors as really almost publishers to an extent. Choosing which people on their platform they want to hear from which which people they don't want to hear from the thing about section 2 30 that I think is really interesting is if you look at the America First Policy Policy Institute. And the lawsuit that President Trump is waging against Bank Tech. He's saying that there is so much intersection between the White House the administration right now and Facebook, Twitter and Google. There's so much intersection there between the leadership decisions that take place on a daily basis that you now have big tech acting like a It really extension of the government so In that respect. Big tech really doesn't get to enjoy or trample on our first Amendment rights. Big type shouldn't be allowed to have section 2 30 liberties or immunities. I should say. Noting that you know, it looks like Big Tex actually, just a part of President Biden's propaganda machine. Yeah. 18665 Oh, Jimbo 18665054626 with Adam Waziri of agency partner dot com and Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Good evening. Good evening, Jim. You know the old saying, what goes around comes around. I remember liberals complaining that You know they can never get a fair hearing on the, uh, Reagan Republican dominated talk show hosts of America. Or programs of America, which numbered in something like, uh, 8000 plus 4000 quote. What programs? Uh, stations stations that handled talk shows. Um well, I don't know. They're 13. They're 13,000 radio stations in America. I don't know there might be 4000. I don't know whatever. But anyway, talk show format was completely dominated. By conservatives, and I remember how. Although it was, it's dominated by virtue of listener choices. There were plenty of liberal outlets that just that nobody listened to him. Unless, of course, you count NPR. Well, that's what they always said. But like I said, that's also what was always true. So just so we know But like I said, Roger Ailes needed political strategy. Adam studying that and, uh, in reaction to that Obama said. Well, look, we need to have monitors we need to have we need to go back to the fairness products. Uh, fairness doctrine of the FCC. We need to have monitors in every studio like in Jim Bohannon studio sit there who will sit there and find out whether Jim Bohannon is as bad as Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh and cutting off anybody who just disagrees with their point of view? Yes, yes, there was serious talk of that kind of outright censorship. That's true that would have succeeded only in driving. Talk radio online where there is no such FCC control, But okay Well, I've heard such discussion. Would you like I guess to comment on that. Or or what? Well, well, I have a friend who was a co founder of, uh, Facebook and I'll tell you how they think they think is. Well look. Um, just like the crossbow was at one time judged to be the the weapon. That would, uh, in the civilization on Earth. Uh, the the conservative Uh, talk show was thought to be that kind of a political Nobody has nobody forces or radio station do adopt a conservative talk format. There's no no, uh, body that stands in the way, whereas, for example, uh, organization like parlor, which our guests might want to address found itself blocked from even competing. Adam. Isn't that crazy that just the week after parlor was number one in the appstore for downloads that literally the Monday after, after a fantastic Friday parlor was shut down by its host by Amazon, and this is right after Amazon and Twitter empty, multi multimillion dollar multi year very lucrative deal for hosting tweets. Which, of course, Twitter you know was, I would say the number one kind of Darth Vader of parlor. It was the biggest competitor out there and probably was trying to eat up their their user share so Very interesting that we saw Google come together with apple and work with Amazon took really protect their fund. Twitter and destroyed parlor. Uh, collusion question, Mark, man. It sure looks like it. Given the timing of Not only partly losing its host, but also the timing of Apple, kicking it off the APP store and Google kicking it out of Google play. Stay with us more to come. 18665. Oh, Jimbo 18665054626. There will be back on the Jim Bohannon show in just a moment. 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"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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07:35 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"18665 Jimbo 1866554626 for talking with the former radio reporter Janet Sutherland, who suffered a brain aneurysm. She, in fact, has another one that has not ruptured the one that did rupture. Gave her a very small chance for survival. But fortunately, in fact she did. And she has written. The book knows over Toes, which tells of her experience, and it also is a cautionary tale for people who May have this problem not even know about it. I'm wondering about prevention are the things you can do lifestyle things. I don't know. Diet exercise. What have you Uh, supplements. I don't know the might lower your risk of a brain aneurysm, rupturing. You know That's a good question, because I think after I had my brain aneurysm, I was I was thinking the same thing. I was desperately asking the same questions. And the doctors were like no, really nothing you can do, but you can Keep your blood pressure down and you can and keep and one of them said Just keep moving. And that's what every doctor said to me. Just keep on moving, and I was in a wheelchair, and I was a little bit. You can't ID because I said I can, But, you know, once I got out of the wheelchair, I thought, Well, I'm gonna Start moving. So, um Well since Covid kicked in, and I thought, well, I really have to get off my tail and start walking and keep my blood pressure down and start eating healthy and I think that's true. What everyone, Whatever kind of Illness you have you have to keep moving, and I have to keep my blood pressure down and I have to just eat healthy, Take vitamins and do the whole shebang because you never know when you're going to have a pandemic and you got to keep moving, And I think that what I've been doing Um Hmm. My my lay brain. My lay brain tells me that, uh, that high blood pressure would make you more likely to have that aneurysm rupture. Would that be correct? Yes. Yeah. Um, absolutely. And I That's exactly what I thought. When? When Covid kicked in, I thought Oh, my gosh, I have to get going because I'm high risk anyway. Yeah. And, um, it's And it's low Now it's been able to keep it. Look, I've been able to lose like 38 £40. And keeping my blood pressure low and stay healthy. But, yeah, you definitely have to keep your blood pressure because you're in danger. If you don't keep your blood pressure low, having an aneurysm or not happening, aneurysm. Because that's dangerous. You know that's going to cause a stroke, either West. You know now you were when this ruptured brain aneurysm rupture. That was 17 years ago. And I understand that you were blind and paralyzed at that time. Is that right? Yes, but that you've recovered. Uh, how? How did you recover? Was it just a natural process of gradually, the body repaired itself, Or did you undergo therapy or Or what was the process that to be blinded? Paralyzed? I mean, a lot of us would totally despair at that point, the blindness Um the blood. Um I like I said, I bled Profusely in the blood came went behind the I'm I'm going to use a non medical terms the eyeball So they doctors thought they would dry up and I would start to see well, I could only see out of the corners of my eyeballs. When I would talk to you. I turned my head. I could see out of the corners of my eyeballs. But some of it started to dry and then I ended up having surgery to remove all the blood out of behind my eyeball. It's called a bilateral that track to me. Um, Some people have had that for other odd reasons, but I have that and it did bring back my, um Vision. Surprisingly, um, my vision, which is very unusual, and the doctor was really surprised. But what happened with that is you need cataract surgery. So that was kind of a To punch but I did get my vision back. I turned 40. And then of course you need readers. And you know you turned 15 anymore Glasses, whatever. Who cares, But, um, my eye vision actually came back. Which was amazing. The doctor did not promise that at all. We were all kind of or resigned that I was going to have to go to blind school and we just were very discouraged. My parents were Animate that I would get my blinds my sight back and I surprisingly that and then there's like my, um walking. Um, When I was in a coma, my parents were kind of instructed by friends. To start moving my arms and my legs lying with them conscious. My parents and my friends and co workers move my arms and my legs. But I wasn't a comma and they move them and move them up and down and up and down and my left arm came back. Pretty quickly. So when I got out of the hospital, I went to outpatient therapy. My left arm came back quickly. And, um, I went to physical therapy outpatient, and it did come back really fast. So I've been I've been in physical and still in physical therapy because I still have Slow process, but I'm still working on that. Did you suffer two miles after Covid. I've been walking and walking and walking two miles and then I some point I started to run after cokehead. People thought it was crazy, but I still use a cane. Well, I can understand how you would become very concerned about your physical Well being. Uh, I don't think you're crazy at all. I'm curious. Did you suffer any cognitive disability any, uh, any loss of memory or reasoning or what, have you or were the symptoms all physical? I did. Yes, I did, Um Lose some memory. And in the beginning I would call my friends remember dates? Um, but I eventually figured out how to, you know, deal with that, and I would forget to eat lunch. So I would use my phone to remind mediate lunch and that kind of thing. Thank God for iPhones, but pretty much it's it's all Come back, and I'm really surprised. I never really tried to go back to radio with a little intimidated because radio went digital and big and when I was still kind of Used to the cassette stuff, you know, and I would sure can't dominated by that said that not not going to try that, But, um yeah, finally adapted to, um, some of that stuff, But, yes, I've managed to deal with that kind of cognitive stuff and administer. Come back with all outstanding suffered. Yeah, I'm fine now actually able to write a book and I survived. Well, that's that's good, and that's uh, that's uh, credit to you. Certainly your your courage and your persistence. Here's a call from Greg and Dallas for Janet Sutherland, the author of Nose Over Toes. Good evening, Greg. When you say you don't Timbaland were.

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"If you have a brain aneurysm. I can tell you that I would never forget that headache because it was so unbelievable. I did feel a little bit of a crack. In my ear because I didn't hear the 911 tapes and I've never heard myself Wales and scream so loud so I know it was completely different, you know, And and that is something that you do not waste any time. If you hear get this headache that is like a fat thunder clap. And some people even said they heard it snap. In their head, So they those of the descriptions that I've heard from people is that they feel a snap for a thunderclap for pop. Once more once you you have a ruptured brain aneurysm. Aside from the extreme pain, uh, you were given a 3% chance of living through it. Is that a figure comparable for most people, I mean, is it that that fatal It is not always fatal. There are almost but there are almost 500,000 deaths worldwide east here caused by brain aneurysm and I have two victims are younger than 50. So they're not all fatal, but a good portion of these are panel. There are about 50% of the cases that channel Of those who survived are about 66% suffer from Some permanent neurological deficit. Come by. That is to say, Well, their their mental processes are impaired. Yeah, walking, cognizant kind of Kind of a problem speech might be an issue. A practical right border Cub People apartment 15% of people with the ruptured brain aneurysm, died before reaching the hospital. Wow. Uh, we're talking about a serious thing here, and it's something that we just don't talk about that much. I've been doing this show now for several decades. I've never talked about it before, So it's high time that we did and we will continue to do so with our guests. Janet Sutherland. 18665 Oh, Jimbo, When 8665054626 and with your phone calls when we come back in just a moment, the forgotten poor.

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of a threat to our navy. Actually, some of our naval ships or threatened when we have to, uh, when we confront typhoons and hurricanes, another another big seas. Do we have what would be called a maritime strategy? Obviously, we have people who plan about Enable strategy of the like, but in terms of overall that is to say, uh, military vessels, commercial vessels, port facilities in the like do we even have what could be considered a maritime strategy? No, I don't think so. It's one of the messages in my book. I invoke the writings of somebody You've probably heard of Alfred Chair by Han, who was a friend of Roosevelt and designed our first naval strategy. And he used to talk about the importance of a nation Having a commercial and naval and imports component to the maritime strategy. We have the ports. We have the name. We don't really have the commercial side. We don't have the Schiphol inside. We don't think much about that as the system as a whole. Um, as you said, right. In the beginning of this of this conversation, people sort of lost focus of the Navy. I think it's passe. They're focusing technology in space. Uh, no less a person than she Jinping has talked about the fact that if a nation stopped paying attention to its power the it's going to decline and I worry that we're just not paying adequate attention to it. One other point about that. So much of the American economy now is tied up in global finance. A lot of that proves to trade and sea based trade. But it's not apparent to us right and there's a huge disconnect. Between we think the American economy works and how we experience American economy, working on the one hand and the reality of globalized based trade, the role of the U. S navy and protecting that trade. There's a big disconnect. Between our naval strategy on the one hand and the kind of political and economic perceptions we have on the other, And I think if we don't fix that, uh, we're gonna We're not going to put the resources in the investment into sustaining the naval rule that we have and that all come at great cost over time. Alfred Thayer Mahan. By the way, American Admiral. I guess you made admiral but arguably the most influential single individual in the history of naval development. And, uh, anyway, there's one to make sure everybody knew the name and respected the name because he was respected worldwide back when the U. S navy was, uh, was not anywhere near to being the number one Navy in the world. 18665 Oh, Jimbo 18665054626..

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back to Jim Bohannon showed 18665 Jimbo 1866554626. We're talking about the Biden administration vaccine mandate. And we've been talking with the sewage thinks of Pennsylvania and Randy Larson of the John Topkin Center for Health Security had almost finished his look at the various treatments out there, Randy Well, No, I just heard Well, I got head in there for the commercial. But with Sue, you know, anytime there's any therapeutic for anything, There's always some sort of risk. Of course, the best way to avoid that is to get the vaccines and Then there's very limited possibility. You would have to go in and get one of those. But the monoclonal antibodies are pretty safe and effective. I'm not familiar with the one that she mentioned. It wasn't for general. All right, um, Mark in the Charleston, South Carolina. Good evening, Agent. Thanks. Taking my call. Uh, I gotta quit. I had the I got both of shots. There. Are you February marks both five there. And I got covid diagnosed today. Four people in my house. My eight year old friend, son, daughter, son in law. Um, So should I. After I get it all would have car which should I go Get that third shot. I guess I don't know if you haven't heard of that. Well, obviously your doctor will be a prime on the list of advisers, but go ahead, Randy. Yeah, I would, uh, suggest you talk to your position. If it were me. I've had to Moderna shots. That's why I got if I got infected, I pretty sure I would go get that third one and You know one thing I sent to you earlier today, Jimbo. Jeff Bridges, most of us familiar with the great actor. Uh, you know, he November, He got to diagnosed with lymphoma and he's now the good news is he is in remission from that. And then he and his wife got covid and I got to give you a quote. About why I think it's a good idea to get the vaccine. That's why Jeff Bridges said. Covid about made cancer fight look like a piece of cake. Close quote. Um, now I want to tell you, Jeff Bridges said after he and his wife recovered, They went back and and, uh, Captain vaccine. So, uh, he kind of wishes he got it beforehand. But now I would say, Mark, go talk to your position. And, uh, sorry to hear about everybody in the household. They're big. Um, why have you got the shot, so hopefully you haven't very mild case. Indeed, indeed, Good luck to you. Mark Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Thank you, Jim. Good evening, Randy Larson. Randy, I have a question and a preliminary question. Um, you had a long military career, So I assume you are growing retirement pay based on the knowledge any That's correct. Okay, so we know 32 years on active duty. Yep. Right. So before I go to my question We know that you are innocence under the thumb of the Biden administration. Oh, wait. Uh, well, let me ask you, Randy Point Blank has has Has the government threatened to take away your pension? As if they could do that, unless you toe the line. I think the only way they can do it if I were convicted of a felony, right exactly So regarding saying what I want to say, nobody tells me what to say, and that includes Johns Hopkins University or the National Defense University that I worked for anybody else except my wife. She still has some games over what I say, but certainly not the military. So now that we've determined that Randy is not a paid stooge, Do you have a serious question, Michael? Yes, I do. Here's the question because we had the top man in the Pentagon on this show. Uh, Robert, Uh Spalding, uh, who was in charge of watching? Of viruses coming out of China. He was the top man he reported directly to the Kim. Another joint case of staff. We can't find him with a search warrant now, but here's my question. The first one that that individual I don't remember ever talking with anybody by that name, but anyway, yeah. Eventually we're going to get to your second question. Fact company real fast. Okay, okay. Uh, so talking about watching viruses coming out of China? Do you know that we have sufficient security to say that these variants Are not being, uh, gained its function engineered ad infinitum to keep us dependent on the pharmaceutical industry for back, Okay. All right. Is there any indication that India the variants are being engineered Randy Yeah, The mother nature is done. Unfortunately, a really great job with which is what mother nature does with every virus variants. That's why every year you have to get a new flu shot. That's what viruses Yeah, that's true. That's true. Now there's still a great question about where the whole thing began. And a good friend of mine is the finishing up a report for the Senate Intelligence Committee. Hopefully, by the end of September, that's taken a real hard look at where this whole thing began. Because I'm not convinced. We know the answer to that yet, but regarding Michael's question of the variant. Nope. That's Mother nature doing that. Yeah, And yes, And there are a lot of questions, of course, as to where this this came from? Absolutely. And, uh, very good questions, which have so far had no answers. Lisa in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Good evening. Good evening. Um my question is If you've heard of this, I work in a facility. Where we work with a lot of the elderly, one of the cooks there. Came down with Covid. Recovered, Got back sin ated and just came down and covered for the second time, along with influenza, A Yeah, I can't really respond to the influenza saying influence they that that's completely separate thing. Um However, you can't get it a second time Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens has had it twice. Uh, the polka dots of infection. Now we do have something, Uh, Lisa called breakthrough, and so People who are fully vaccinated like Jimbo and I, uh, probably not Jimbo, now that he's had the third one, But for me who's just had to I could still get a mild case of Covid. We call it a breakthrough now in places where it's not really a serious outbreak. Right now. It's about one in 5000. Okay, that are getting that in places where it's really kind of mild outbreak right now, in certain parts of the U. S. It's only one in 10,000 who have been vaccinated that get this. The main thing is that it's a very mild case. If you get one of these breakthrough cases, in most cases, there's always a few exceptions, but All of what I am Glad to hear that President Biden is trying to push through is all health care workers should be vaccinated. I can't breathe, but people want to work in the healthcare industry or in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They really need to be vaccinated to protect the people. They're caring for, whether they're picking their food or caring for the people. So I really hope and I'm shocked about how many health care workers today are not vaccinated. Um I actually find that kind of shocking..

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08:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Jimbo had a job. 18665 Jimbo 18665054626. This pandemic is hanging on as we think some of your calls at 18665 Jimbo when it's 66554626. We're talking with Patty Olinger, an infectious disease expert executive director. Of the global Bio Risk Advisory Council as we go to some calls Is it possible or even likely that Uh, covid. 19 will wind up being like the flu that is to say yes. It kills a lot of people, but we we get used to it. Let's face it. The flu takes a told every year, but we're used to it just like car accidents. We're used to it. Covid we weren't used to. Is it likely that we're going to get used to it? And every year we'll have to get with our flu shot a covid shot or maybe you'll even be in the same shot. To update us on the latest variations. We all know about the flu, of course, your garden variety flu, which I guess is the ancestors of what happened in 1918. Your garden variety flu changes a little bit every year, and every year they changed the flu shot. And they hope they get it right is the covid going to be around in the in that kind of, uh of capacity in perpetuity. We don't know yet, but I think that when, when I talked to some of my colleagues, that's one of the things that they're concerned about is that it becomes basically what we would call endemic. And that just as you just subscribed, just like the flu every year. It may maybe we're different dealing with a different what we called variant. Um and we have to have our boosters once a year. Yeah, We just don't know yet. And so unfortunately, we're still in the weight with the I guess there are about 30,000 car deaths every year in this country, and no one is suggesting that we could even survive without vehicular traffic. How many people die of your garden variety flu every year that we sort of shrug off because it happens. It depends upon the year every year is a little different, obviously, because of the different variants that are out there and what our flu shot that we had, how well it is. You know, prepared for the flu that we actually have anywhere between 30 and 80,000 Deaths, 30 and 80,000 every year and again and again. I know the fact that Okay, we accept that, Uh, nobody. Nobody gets squirrely about it. I just note that a lot of this is expectations. And Covid hadn't entered our realm of expectations yet. So, you know, I think that Yeah, The other thing is that this may have, you know, I guess maybe made it a little bit more aware of if he's in the flu, right? Uh, realizing that we didn't have many flu deaths size here. And it was because of a lot of the things that we were doing, you know, washing our hands social distancing during the basically Tuesday season and and cleaning and inspecting services, High touch points and so Uh, we protected a lot of people from dying from the flu this last year. Let's talk to Wendy in coastal North Carolina. Hello, Wendy. Hello, Mr Bowen. And I'm so thankful you took my call. And I respect you and all of your guests, Um, Second caller talks to you a couple years ago. After Florence But anyway real quick, I'll let you go, but I just wanted to encourage people to do their homework. Get on websites. There are so many unanswered questions and so many unanswered. Um you know people are people are living in fear. I don't watch television. I listen to radio reputable. Reputable radio like you and many other reputable stations. I try to get all my information. Um I have been Um de friended in many different ways, because I haven't gotten the quote shot. Um only because I'm concerned I'm not this crazy person who Is an anti-vaxxer. I am 57 years old. I ride my bike every day. I'm very fortunate that I'm healthy and I live on the coast. I try to eat, right? Don't want to talk too much here, but I just encouraged people to do their homework. I don't watch mainstream media. They have friends and family. Who have they hate me. Um, they just think I'm They just hate me because I haven't gotten the shot. And, uh and that's OK. Yeah, they shouldn't hate life. Well, No, they lot of them. Hate me, Jim. I know I don't doubt it. I simply saying that they should not. They should not hate you. And like our guest or respond, Patty. Pardon me, Wendy. Is one of those people who was not obviously among those who believe that you take the shot and they'll inject a computer chip into that lets the government control your mind or Or the vaccine was made from aborted fetal tissue. There are a lot of just utter nonsense that makes the rounds out their petty, Wendy in coastal North Carolina. It's not one of those people she has concerns. She has questions. Any answers for people like Wendy Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, Wendy, There's no doubt you know, I'm projecting And I'm you know, especially with this covid, um, pandemic that we're experience right now, you know the pharmaceutical companies that have been out there, you know, they really have. If you look at what they've done, and the research that has been done have done a tremendous amount of research. And the if you think about how many people have received that vaccine and the very, very low rates of adverse what they call every three actions. Um, it it's we're at a point now, especially now, with the Kaiser being completely approved by the FDA. Uh, it's it's one of it's a very safe vaccine. Now, Vaccines said. Obviously you have the choice not to take it or not. But my recommendation to you would be understand what those other non pharmaceutical interventions or what they what the what they are to you wearing your math. You know, keeping your distance, washing your hands and paying attention when you're into public spaces, especially public where there's a lot of people, you know, making sure that you are in control of your area, and if you think you might have been exposed You know, stay away from other people who may be very vulnerable. Who can't get the vaccine but want to get it and are, you know, maybe Immuno compromised. I too have, uh, firmly in favor of people getting the vaccine. I've gotten every shot I can get. And will continue and get more as, uh, circumstances made so so indicate, you know, I think we should keep in mind. Nothing is perfect. The idea of holding anything vaccines or anything else to perfection. I mean, obviously, as we know, at the moment of automobiles are not perfect. Uh, 30,000 or so people die every year from them in this country. We don't talk about banning automobiles. Perfection is a human goal. It is not attainable and a lot of the risk factors I gather Patty Olinger associated with this vaccine are in the category of Uh, your risk of getting eaten by a shark or your risk of getting hit by lightning. Oh, absolutely. And from my medical friends, you know the doctors out there that I've talked to that actually have been working in some of these units. Um yeah, getting this virus and getting very ill, serious illness, which we know the vaccine protects against. And that protects better than virtually any vaccines in history. Yeah..

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"18665" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"18665" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"G b A c dot i s s a dot com and all anticipate what Some may tend to say there's a strong view point out that this whole thing is overblown. And that's already you've you've heard it all and so address those people if you would before we go to the break. Alright? Absolutely. You know, my son. Actually, both of my sons are surgeons And my youngest son is, uh, still in residency. He recently. Um they basically at the hospital system that he's at they residents. Even the surgical residents have to spend time in a covid unit, and what they're finding is that the majority of the individuals who are in serious condition are all non vaccinated. Um, They really thought that that way that you know, as this is overblown, and, um, once they get into that unit, they start asking for different, you know, they want they want to have that the vaccine. They wish they would have worn math. And it's very critically visible. When you see there are we have the ability to mitigation measures in place to be able to do it from our own behavior. To be able to mitigate this virus, but we have to bond together to get this done. 18665 Oh, Jimbo, is our number 1866554626 as we talk with Patty Olinger. With the global by risk Advisory Council, and, uh it ain't over. So, uh, that's just something to keep in mind. 18665 Oh, Jimbo 18665054626, and we'll be back in just a moment. Do you have an idea for an invention? But you.

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"18665" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. This pandemic is hanging on. As we take some of your calls at 18665 Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. We're talking with Patty Olinger and infectious disease expert executive director. Of the global Bio Risk Advisory Council as we go to some calls Is it possible or even likely that Uh, covid. 19 will wind up being like the flu that is to say, yeah, it kills a lot of people, but we we get used to it. Let's face it. The flu takes a toll every year, but we're used to it just like car accidents. We're used to it. No, but we weren't used to. Is it likely that we're going to get used to it? And every year we'll have to get with our flu shot a covid shot or maybe you'll even be in the same shot. To update us on the latest variations. We all know about the flu, of course, your garden variety flu, which I guess was the the ancestors of what happened in 1918. Your garden variety flu changes a little bit every year, and every year they changed the flu shot. And they hope they get it right is covid going to be around in the in that kind of, uh of capacity in perpetuity? We don't know yet, but I think that when, when I talked to some of my colleagues, that's one of the things that they're concerned about is that it becomes basically what we would call endemic and that just as you just described just like the flu every year, it may maybe we're different dealing with a different what we called variant. And that we have to have our boosters once a year. Uh, we just don't know yet And so unfortunately, we're still in the weight with the I guess there are about 30,000 car deaths every year in this country, and no one is suggesting that we could even survive without vehicular traffic. How many people die of your garden variety flu every year that we sort of shrug off because It happens. It depends upon the year every year is a little different, obviously, because of the different variants that are out there and what our flu shots and we had, how well it is, you know, prepared for the flu that we actually have. Waiting. It's anywhere between 30 and 80,000 Deaths, 30 and 80,000 every year and again and again. I know the fact that Okay, we accept that. I mean, nobody. Nobody gets squirrely about it. I just, you know, note that a lot of this is expectations. And in the Covid hadn't entered our our realm of expectations yet. So, you know, I think that Yeah, it's the other thing is that this may have, you know, I guess maybe made us a little bit more aware of it. Even the flu, right? Uh, realizing that we didn't have many flu deaths are last year. It was because of a lot of the things that we were doing, you know, washing our hands social distancing during the basically through season and I'm cleaning interest infecting services. The high touch points and so Uh, we've we've protected a lot of people from dying from the flu this last year. Let's talk to Wendy in coastal North Carolina. Hello, Wendy. Hello, Mr Bowen. And I'm so thankful you took my call, and I respect you and all of your guests. Um, A second caller talked few couple years ago after Florence But anyway, I'm real quick. I'll let you go. But I just wanted to encourage people to do their homework. Get on websites. There are so many unanswered questions and so many unanswered. Um you know, people are people are living in fear. I don't watch television. I listen to radio reputable, reputable radio like you, um and many other reputable stations. I try to get all my information. Um, I have been Differentiated in many different ways, because I haven't gotten quote shot. Um only because I'm concerned I'm not this crazy person who is an anti-vaxxer. I am 57 years old. I ride my bike every day. I'm very fortunate that I'm healthy and I live on the coast. I try to eat, right? I don't want to talk too much here, but I just encourage people to do their homework. I don't watch mainstream media. They I have friends and family who have they hate me. Um, they just think I'm They just hate me because I haven't gotten the shot and and that's okay. Well, they shouldn't hate my life. Well, No, they a lot of them. Hate me, Jim. Well, I know I I don't doubt it. I'm simply saying that they should not. They should not hate you. I'd like our guest to respond. Patty. Pardon me, Wendy. Is one of those people, uh, who was not obviously among those who believe that you take the shot and they'll inject a computer chip into that lets the government control your mind or Or the vaccine was made from aborted fetal tissue. There are a lot of just utter nonsense that makes the rounds out their petty, Uh Wendy in coastal North Carolina is not one of those people she has concerned she has questions. Any answers for people like Wendy? Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, Wendy, There's no doubt you know, I'm projecting And I'm you know, especially with this covid pandemic that we're experience right now, you know the pharmaceutical companies that have been out there, you know, they really have if you look at what they've done And the research that has been done have done a tremendous amount of research and the if you think about how many people have received that vaccine and the very, very low rate of Of adverse what they call every reaction. Um, it's we're at a point now, especially now, with the fighters being completely approved by the FDA. It's one of it's a very safe vaccine. Now that being said Obviously you have the choice not to take it or not. But my recommendation to you would be understand what those other non pharmaceutical interventions or what they what they what they are to you wearing your mask. You know, keeping your distance washing your hands. And paying attention when you're into public spaces, especially public where there's a lot of people, you know, making sure that you are in control of your your area, And if you think you might have been exposed You know, stay away from other people who may be very vulnerable. Who can't get the vaccine but want to get it and are, you know, maybe Immuno compromised. I too have, uh, firmly in favor of people getting the vaccine. I've gotten every shot I can get. Uh And will continue and get more as circumstances may so so indicate, you know, I think we should keep in mind. Nothing is perfect. The idea of holding anything vaccines or anything else to perfection. I mean, obviously, as we know, at the moment of automobiles are not perfect, 30,000 or so people die every year from them in this country. We don't talk about banning automobiles. Perfection is a Human goal. It is not attainable and a lot of the risk factors I gather Patty Olinger associated with this vaccine are in the category of, uh uh, your risk of getting eaten by a shark or your risk of getting hit by lightning. Oh, absolutely. And from my medical friends, you know the doctors out there that I've talked to that actually have been working in some of these units. Um, yes, getting this virus and getting very ill. The serious illness, which we know the vaccine protects against. And that protects better than virtually any vaccines in history. Yeah..

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"18665" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The gym. Bohannon short 18665 Oh, Jimbo 18665054626. And, uh, we'll take some calls here just a second, But we're talking with John Cast Erotic. He is an Army veteran. Several tours in Afghanistan, a special operations combat veteran. How did you become a candidate for public office? It's a long story, Jim, but, uh you know, I've spent my entire adult life serving this great nation. I met my beautiful wife lost my beautiful wife, Christie. She actually still serves within the intelligence community. I've got seven combat deployments under special operations command and within the intelligence community. And you know this past year has been particularly tough for many of us. You know, with the covid pandemic, it shuttered our economy. And we watched last summer's Democrats rioted and burned cities across this great nation. And then on January six, similar lawlessness came to our capital, You know, the beacon of hope. And democracy known around the world. You know, we have a hyper partisan legislative body continuing to divide us day by day in our lowest number of veterans serving in Congress since World War two And Jim Book when I was on the regional task force hunting down the Benghazi attack network, who as you know, On September, 11 2012 attacked our diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya, killing four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. It didn't matter what political allegiances you held. It did matter what ethnicity. You were, what religion you practiced. We came together and accomplish the mission. And it's time that we patriots hold our elected officials accountable and replace them with Americans who can come together and work for the American people. And that's how I my wife and operate about it. And that's why I'm running for Congress. Alright, 18665 Jim bows with James in Danbury, Connecticut. Good evening. From how are you doing? Good evening to your guest and yourself. And I just want to say this before I ask my question. I listen to a lot of talk radio when you were a fair and just man, Everybody gets there say it's not a lopsided. So you listening to your shows President Fresh air. Thank my question would be though everybody is making it seem like Joe Biden gave more that equipment given the fact that we didn't know what to 11 days later that they were gonna bail For whatever reason. I think one of your guests was saying that the I guess the high end command gave the pull him to step down. But I mean, when should that equivalent be? One should have that It couldn't be taken out. And why did we give him such high tech equipment as opposed to secondary equipment? Alright, a good points. Obviously that we provided them with the equipment. We thought it would be necessary to keep them in power. And now we are told by the Pentagon that some of the equipment was in fact sabotaged before The U. S military pulled out but again as to the advanced, uh, a warning of of just how we should have known that the the president of Afghanistan would be a spooked by a false rumor. And bail with the car loads of American cash again. You tell me, John Castellani should the administration have been able to figure that out that there was always a strong possibility of the government collapsed. Yes, doing so so quickly Should they have known that It works. I think when, when? In July when Biden was asked, you know, is the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan inevitable? You know, he responded with, you know, the Afghans have 300,000 well equipped troops. Uh, look Either think he was, you know, one of the worst informed president of all time or he just flat out lied to the American public. I've been on the ground of trained these guys and you can I challenge all of you to Google Afghan Ghost Army. Look at the end of the day. The combating terrorists Terrorism Center at West Point released a study this January that concluded that the A and B s. F. The Afghan National security forces have an on hand. Army fighting force of about 96,000 soldiers strong right. The corruption was so ripe in Afghanistan, the M O D Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Interior That they would create fake task Aras, which are Social Security numbers, because look, let's face it, or tax dollars doors in mind, Jim. We paid for the salaries of the Afghan army. We paid for their uniforms. We paid for their weapons We paid for their air support. We provided it. At the end of the day, the Afghan army barely got paid on time, and when they got paid, there was a tax collected. So these corrupt leaders in power they created fake Social Security is known as mascara. And created a ghost army. We paid the salaries for all these folks, and they didn't exist. And I can assure you And I'll tell you guys right here right now. These Afghan led operations were not at all Afghan led because only about 10% of that 96,000 and I only trained can Dax, which are special operation Afghan. They've been doubly vetted. They went through a selection process. And and we use them and operations, but they wouldn't even clearer building. You know, we would always have to go in and clear the building. They're not willing to fight. We've relay this up The chain of command. It's been noted. It's been documented The intelligence community is putting out has been putting out reports on this. For a decade. I mean, even when you have your combating terrorism center in January of 2021, acknowledging there's only 96,000 real troops accounted for. So look. It's a failure at all levels, so equipment or not the equipment too extensive to bring home we decided we were going to leave it, But when you take away the tactical And the logistical support that we provided via the air in via the logistic line. The Afghan army was stranded, and so it goes back to tribalism. Their village elder And Norris carriage in Helmand province says Hey, put down your guns. I don't want bloodshed here. We're gonna fly the Taliban flag. Now That's what happens at the end of the day. That's what happens and that's what happened. And that's why it happened in 15 to 20 days. Alright to, uh Sharon and Crane, Missouri. Hello, Sharon. And hello to your desk, Um, a comment and then I'd like his opinion on something. Um This whole thing boils down to follow the money. Unfortunately, No. What do you think of the Biden helping kick? I hope I say this right Chizik stand Building a border wall. When he even close the border here in the United States..

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KUGN 590 AM

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Back. Jimbo had a show at 18665, Jimbo 1866554626. We're talking with Dr Robert Lahey to of the Rutgers Medical School, based in New Jersey, is also known as Dr Bob. And to learn more about, uh, the doctor Bob Show here but later on, But right now I call from Brian in the Ozark, Missouri. Hello, Brian. Okay. We go to Gina in Valdosta, Georgia. Good evening. Um, General, I have a question for the doctor. Um where's the dog? This very strong bloodlines had a very big bold out and he was very sick one time, and the vet said that he would not have made it. Had his blood. I've not been so strong, but, um he's a big bulldog. And what was he sick of? I'm just add. Is that you? You brought it up? What? What was what was wrong with him? Well, eventually, I'm not sure what it was but similar to like parvo, but he survived it, and everybody stayed at the vets for like 10 days. But any help? That was a couple years ago. Now his nose was running rough sex. He's a sergeant doesn't want to play and he could tell he was just sitting silver the laid in his cage, but we took him to the vent. They gave him and the antibiotic. Okay. Came home a little better take them back and gave another child of antibiotic came back and still didn't want to player got, uh and Right? Um, the third time they gave him some kind of a different shot that they said this. We're going to try this right now. He seems to be doing a little better. But the sickness and his nose like she couldn't get it out of his nose, right? I'm wondering if your dog could catch carry coverage. All right. Interesting question. Of course. Dr. Bob is not a doctor of veterinary medicine. But and it doesn't sound as though Your dog has a has symptoms that would necessarily relate to this. For the record. Do we have any examples of, uh of covid 19 impacting other than humans? Uh, we do Covid 19 does, in fact, particularly some of the mammals like minks. You may remember that in Denmark, A couple of million minks were destroyed last year because of an infection of Covid 19, which went right through the whole The whole I guess you could call it a herd. Of mink owners, and there's actually a shortage of Meeks right now because of Covid infecting them Now, as far as dogs go, I am told that I am told by the vets and I'm not a veterinarian, so I'm not I can't really speak to this that they do not carry covid or coronavirus. The kind that infects us Now. One thing I might say that is of some interest to the lady that just called from, I guess. Valdosta, Georgia. Was that the bet used antibiotics to treat what he thought. Or she thought was a viral infection. And that's a no No. Now maybe the third shot they gave the dog was for viral infection, But viruses and bacteria are two different things. And you cannot treat a viral infection with an antibiotic. And that's one of our big problems in this country and probably in other parts of the world as well. You don't want to give antibiotics to knock out the microbiome of the bowel, For example, when you're dealing with vaccine Which require or need the biomom to be effective. And so unwarranted Use of antibiotics has been a big problem in this country. It has resulted in resistant bacteria. It has resulted in a lot of problems that are, uh, unfortunately, my colleague Promulgate. And these are doctors who should know better and treat viral infections with antibiotics that are strictly designed to treat bacteria and parasites. Fair enough. Fair enough. Fair enough. I believe I believe the collective of mixes a snobbery of mix, but I could be wrong. Uh, alright, could have just made that up like that. Let's go to Rick. Great. It's going to Rick and Tyler, Texas. Hello. Oh, my goodness. There's gotta be laughing, Jim. Sorry you for your service jail, Dr Bob. Uh, I hear everybody talking about the two Does vaccines needing boosters? What about the J and J. Yeah. The J and J. People actually came out last week and said their booster is great. They're booster will protect you from the delta. If I'm looking at my data year about 85 to 90% So J and J is not being left in the dust. In fact, if I had to get a vaccine right now, I'd probably get to J and J and get the J and J booster in about eight months. Interesting. Uh, how different Thank you for your call. By the way, Eric. How different is that? The J and J. Single shot vaccine from the two messenger RNA. Double shot vaccines. Moderna advice Well, There's all kinds of parameters you're using here. Now. They J and J has just come out with their booster. I don't know It's of course, Emergency use authorization right now. It's not been approved by the FDA, the only one approved by the FDA so far as the fighter bio intact. Vaccine being, you know that Jenny J vaccines totally different. It's not a messenger RNA. It's what we call a viral vector vaccine. It uses a harmless virus called an adenovirus, which is derived believe it or not from chimpanzees. I know that the anti-vaxxers go nuts when I say that, but it is an anti and adenovirus vector that carries particles. Of the Covid virus, and it's perfectly safe and overall, it is 85 to 90% effective in severe disease. It's 100% effective. So it's really great when I go down my list here and I look at it the defense against Delta. It's very, very good. It is 1.6 fold in producing antibody, and they're saying now that it's 90 90 95% effective. And protecting against Covid 19. So the JJ vaccine is not one to, uh to belittled by anything. They unfortunately have had some side effects that everybody's heard about inflammation of the heart in some young men. Very, very rare and blood clots in the brains of some women. Very, very rare. But these things happen when you're giving 151 190 million people, uh, you know, vaccine So you expect a few glitches here and there, and that's just the way our bodies are built. We're all different genetically, and we should keep in mind do some of the figures on the side effects are in the same category as your likelihood of getting struck by lightning or getting attacked by a shark. Probably less than being struck by lightning. I just We just had a kid here in New Jersey, struck by lightning yesterday, and it's not so rare if you're the only person on the beach and there's a thunderstorm, but I have to say it's even rarer than being struck by lightning. All right to Thomas in Arcadia, California for Dr Bob. Hi, Jim. Doctor. I had one question. Is it illegal to give somebody the Covid 19 vaccine without their permission? I believe it is illegal. Yes. Now That's an invasion of privacy. Frankly, and as a physician, I think I protect the individuals right to privacy and the right demands, you know, take care of their own body. Now, if you work for a company or you work for school system, you are told in advance. Well, hey, we're going to mandate We're going to make you take this vaccine or else you won't have a job. Well, that's the agency's prerogative. And legally with the now FDA approved vaccine by fighter, they can do that. And, as you may have heard here in Philadelphia school system and in the New York City school system right here, where I am, uh, that has been mandated for teachers, ancillary staff, et cetera in the school system. And it will be very long before bus drivers and cab drivers and uber guys and all that will be mandated to get the vaccine. But as a as a doctor, I feel that you're you have a right to privacy and you have a right to do with to your body. What is appropriate, But you need to be educated and understand what the ramifications of that art 18665 Jimbo 1866554626. And this messenger RNA. Is that the wave of the future for vaccines? Yes, Yes, Yes. Well, actually, it's not that new. You know, we've been using messenger RNA vaccine for about 10 years in other areas. We also have DNA vaccines as well. So this is the fact that this is now happening with Covid or coronavirus is as a novel. It's a novel way to attack the the virus by tweaking the immune system. And by the way, it doesn't change your genes. That doesn't change yourselves. It doesn't program. You believe me. I've heard them all. Yeah, 50. There are no computer chips being stuck in your body. Correct. You're right, Jim. All right. We got a week doesn't happen. We gotta we gotta pause. We're gonna come back with more calls 18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626, but Dr Robert La Vita. Dr Bob Back in a moment. News, Talk k u G and 5 90 AM and 98.1 FM, the duck station. 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05:49 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We dug into that and and I put we published our findings at Forbes the Forbes column and thank you very much for highlighting this. Has nearly a half million views on it now, and it basically set the standard for national and international reporting from major news agencies. The the information was this. This was made public. In other words you didn't have to do dig it out as so often you have to do this was right there. So it was. It was on the Web. We did. We did read all the reports and we dug it out. And here's what happened after we published the investigation, and we can get into all the details here this evening because it's pretty extraordinary. Those audit reports within hours were erased from those federal website. We now know because we have the State Department on record that they issued the directive to pull down those audit reports, which were just quantified equipment and U. S taxpayers support didn't have anything to do with exposing Afghan nationals or other assets on the ground. It was only the equipment that taxpayers had provided. Uh and those audit reports were pulled off line. After the fact that hardly seems like there's any point to that I mean, other than something else that they did wrong. I mean, if you're going to do that, you have to do it before it's been made public, right? So, yes, it was mystifying to us, because the news reports. They're pretty clear on this that we left. The Taliban biometric information on all of our Afghan allies. We left the Taliban lift. We came to the Taliban with lists of Afghan nationals who had helped us over the course. The last 20 years that we wanted to evacuate. We asked for the Taliban help by name to get these folks out of the country and evacuation. Yes, The Taliban obviously is history of murdering those folks. And and so the Biden administration was perfectly transparent with the Taliban. On the other side. On the other hand, they were ripping down U. S taxpayer provided guns, ammunition and military style equipped military equipment that the Taliban already controlled. The only purpose for that, it seems, was to forestall transparency so they couldn't be held accountable so the bite administration could be held accountable. For the equipment going to the other side. Now, The Pentagon has said that some of this equipment, especially the sensitive equipment, was in fact blown up or otherwise disabled before we left. Do you have anything on that? So that's you know, that's good news. We, uh we heard stories and they were published in the media that you know are the soldiers our men and women, You know, they took the keys to the Humvees. So they you know, are they made, you know certain assets. Non operable. Um And so there's a couple of different thoughts with that one is taxpayers still paid for that it's still left behind, even if it is inoperable. Number two is that for sophisticated assets There wasn't a lot of time. Obviously, we didn't even get all the Americans out of the country. So much less. Take care of all the equipment that was left in the country, right? I mean, that only stands to reason. We just didn't have time to do it, so a lot of the secrets can be inspected and reverse engineered by the Russians and Chinese And one can certainly assume that that would be the case. In terms of of, uh The dollar value. It sounds like at least on paper. This would make Afghanistan at least a regional minor power militarily. Well, it would and think about this $83 billion worth of equipment and training over 20 years. Three billion Last year, the Biden administration was asking Congress and the president's budget for to Congress. For next year for 3.3 billion. They were going to increase the amount of money on equipment and training into the Afghan security forces. There was going to be no peace dividend. Uh, we found that interesting up. But Afghanistan is A small backward economy. Think about this. It only has $11 billion worth of organic gross domestic product. If you take away the United States subsidy at nine billion a year, they got about a $20 billion economy. But about nine billion of that was us. Organically. They only have about 11 billion. It's super small. They have the same amount of people as the state of California. California has an economy of over $3 trillion So we poured. We stuff this little nation, four of military equipment and guns and all kinds of different things. $83 billion. They never had the capacity to absorb any of this. And now everything that's operational is in the hands of the enemy. Stay with us more to come. 18665 Oh, Jimbo, 1866554626. Adam and GSG is the CEO and founder of Open the books dot com, one of the largest private databases of government spending in the world. And as we mentioned also Adams Adam as a senior contributor to Forbes dot com. 18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626, and we'll be back in just a moment. Broken bricks. Falling fences damaged doors. Uh, gorilla glue. Of course, Gorilla Glue is incredibly strong, 100% waterproof and bonds virtually everything. Gorilla glue for the toughest jobs on planet Earth. Is your bathroom looking old.

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"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"What happened in Libya? Um and it's happening again, so and the other one was is we didn't want South Asia to become unstable. China was a growing power and a growing threat. We needed Indian account of China and so stable South Asia much good for that, and it's very like I said. It's a very modest price. A couple of 100 so 1000 soldiers who are not fighting and dying had taken a castle in a year and a half. Um, where we weren't actually spending all that much money. We were counterbalancing China and the terrorists and we were doing it very effectively and very cheaply. Now we're we're being tremendously successful Nation building. Probably not. But But I would say want our interests were protected. The other thing. Is that okay? Yeah. Okay. Maybe we didn't build a wonderful nation like Germany and Japan. But The economy was growing every year. Women could go in the workplace. It was actually one of the freest society so limited the entire grade of Middle East. An entire generation of Children grew up, not knowing about the rule of the Taliban. So this is not the worst of all possible outcomes and and to be honest for all the experts that we've had Republicans and Democrats, the guy that figured this out the best was Donald Trump, who came in and said Look, this Nation building is nonsense. With. On the other hand, I don't want to abandon the Afghan people, and I don't want to turn the country over to China, and I don't want to turn over the country to terrorists. So let's get to a sustainable footprint that accomplishes something good and to find a way forward. And if we do great if we don't we have a sustainable footprint will counter these guys and we'll call it a day. It was not Trump's fault. The Biden came in and basically said, no, we're just going to leave. We're just going to take the safety net and see what happens. And this is exactly what Obama did in Iraq. We walked away and we've got Isis what he did in Syria. We walked. We walked away from the red line. We've got a genocide. It's what he did in Libya. We walked away. We've got Benghazi. But of course, Biden is going to do the same thing because it's all the same people running the government. It's You know, be nice here, enemy, turn your back on him and hope for the best, and it never works out. Well, 18665 Oh, Jimbo to Andy in Butler, Pennsylvania. Good evening, Mr Bohannon. And good evening to your guests. I'm sorry. I didn't catch the name. His name is Jim Carafano. He's vice President for, uh, National security and foreign policy studies at the Heritage Foundation. Mr. Carafano, it is a pleasure to talk to you. I remember a long time ago. Well, right now we have untold America. Untold numbers of Americans a few 1000. Let's say, um, in Afghanistan who have trouble getting out, and we just gave them $83 billion worth of equipment. We gave the Taliban $83 billion worth of equipment or whatever the total is a lot, okay? Right. We gave the Taliban $83 billion worth of equipment. Now I remember a certain colonel along time ago who got a bunch of trouble for trading arms for hostages. And here. We didn't even get the trade. We gave them the arms and they still have the hostages. So he had to appear before Congress. That would be Oliver North for those who don't happen to remember. Back to the Iran Contra. They It's all right, Jim Carafano. Your thoughts. Well, look, he actually raises a really good point is This has to be seriously investigated by Congress. Not not, too, because it's a partisan thing, but because our government catastrophically failed, and and this is America When that happens, we investigate that We did it after Pearl Harbor. We did it after 9 11. We should do it here. And you know, I I am out positive that Congresswoman Pelosi, having now heard from the FBI that there actually was no interaction and her entire interruption. Investigation is literally a joke that she would take those assets and those resources and begin an investigation of what happened in Afghanistan Because clearly as a disaster, and clearly we should know why. And should we should know who is responsible for that? Come. 18665 Oh, Jimbo, Back in a moment, everybody Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket.

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"18665" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"By doing it by, you know, wiping wiping down so there's new technologies. But yes, um, that virus if you can get it, you know, touch it with this open water. It's a great weight. Yes, uh, to clean, all right to Joshua in Fort Worth, Texas slow Yeah, I had had something. Now I'm going to talk about our attention. Everybody keeps saying that the flu wasn't quite so bad last year, but the numbers are damned. I was following. Actually the go big place the flu at the time around, uh, around for April, and that area has watched the numbers come in. And right now, I think it's April 15th. The CBC put a statement out that said, We're no longer tracking the flu. So if you're not tracking the flu, how can you know that The Blue was actually last last year? Well, the numbers that were recorded because it is a reportable disease. Um, is that the numbers were just really low and you've got to remember all the way through the winter. They were tracking and they were looking at and they those numbers still get reported. So, um, they do know that the number that when they do tests, I mean, so If you go in with a lot of symptoms, you're going to be tested for the flu and covid and other things and they rule out Some of it by rule out, and so they do know that the numbers for the flu have been very low. So in other words, they're they're not saying that they weren't paying attention to the numbers. They simply that there was not emphasis placed on on the tracking of the numbers I gather, is what you're saying. Exactly, And it's not just our country. I mean they were seeing that across the globe. All right. We'll come back in just a moment. With more calls at 18665. Oh, Jimbo will be right back. Donors choose support.

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"18665" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on KOMO

"Appropriate and deliberate action. Uh, these strikes designed to limit the risk of escalation we will take and he believes we will should and will take necessary and appropriate measures to offend US personnel partners and allies in the region. White House press secretary Jim sake at a news conference at the White House, explaining the rationale behind these actions, and, uh, we're talking with the Dakota would a retired Marine Corps lieutenant Colonel? Senior research fellow for defense programs at the Heritage Foundation. Here is Mike in Brunswick, Maine. Good evening, Mike. Good evening, Jim. Hey, Colonel. I'm very tired, Gunny 3rd 4th wreak on Vietnam. Uh, welcome home. By the way, Mike. Yes, you too. Jim. Jim served to over and now, uh, listen, I'm telling him we got on with Jim on this. We gotta start hitting back and hitting back hard. Book, Miss Rossi, the new president of Iran. He was known as to hang in the Terri Ron. Back after the revolution. He was a right hand man at Sala meanie. Uh, both of them don't fall from the same trees. You know, they fall right in the same pattern. And I'll tell you something right now. This guy is a butcher. He butchered people over there, the woman before they were hung. They used cranes. They hung him six at a time. Sometimes 12 at the time. They left the bodies there for everyone to watch and the woman was raped repeatedly. Before they were even hung. So this is the kind of guys will given with with these guys. You see what I'm saying? Colonel? You know, I I take completely. I mean, he's been accused of, uh, good evidence of killing 30,000 fellow Iranian citizens and torturing pregnant women. So this is an extreme. Right wing, you know, in their world sort of person. The whole presidential slate was hand picked by the Muller's by the Ayatollah. So you know they had preferred outcome. This is what they got, and it's the regime that we're dealing with. So the question then becomes. What does the United States do about that? We go in with a four fledged assault and wipe out everybody in Tehran. You know? How does that play? I mean, what is the endgame for that? So again? I think that the Trump Administration has the right approach to this. That seating these points, relieving sanctions, making it easier for Iran to get money, which they used for terrorism is the absolute wrong way to go about it, but that's what the by the administration has chosen to do. So it's kind of speaking with two tongues. Actually, Mike again, I can support what they did here. But the other things that that I don't quite understand. But then again, that wouldn't be the only inconsistency I've seen from this administration. Right? Yeah, well, I mean this pursuit that would enable Iran to get a nuclear weapon. I mean, with to Mike's point there the good gunny, Uh, you know if you have this president that's been elected by by plan. Into office. And this is the sort of people who were running to think. What do you think they're going to do with the nuclear weapon? So we should be according what Israel is doing and sabotaging facilities and killing off the scientists responsible for this. And by administration comeback should come back to a much harder line. Uh, that prevents this funding going in and you know these strikes. I mean, he did one strike in early February early February. Whatever. What have you This is the second one. We should be doing more of this. So that we don't embolden or incentivize these terrorist groups that are acting on behalf of the Iranian authorities. Thanks for your service again, Gunny, Mike and I appreciate your call and your listenership as well. 18665. Oh, Jimbo 18665054626 as we speak with retired Marine Colonel. Dakota would senior research fellow afford defense programs at the Heritage Foundation? You've looked into this. I'm sure in greater detail than I have. But it seems to me that and I host of issues. This administration isn't quite sure what direction it wants to go in. Mean it. Talks about? Don't don't come to the southern border and then leaves out essentially a welcoming mat for people to break into the country. It, uh engages and limited strikes against Iranian backed militia but then turns around and offers to return to that nuclear weapons deal with them. And there are other issues as well, Just on a and I guess an overview. It strikes me that they're not very consistent. I'm not sure they know who they want to be. Well, even domestically, you know, as you pointed out border on one side, then telling people not to come, but we're going to provide them all this kind of social support. We cancel the Keystone XL pipeline again to the point where the Canadian manufacturer right the contractors put together has given it up. They said. We're just not going to pursue this anymore. So we cancel that pipeline of crude. Into the United States, which would keep us energy independence and keep prices well. And yet we relieve any sanctions on North Stream two, which is the natural gas pipeline from Russia into Germany, so you want money to flow to Russia? One of our chief opponents, But you want to make prices rise and restrict the flow of energy into the United States Back here at home with the keystone, you know, they refused to give the new permits for drilling in Alaska. So there's just this weird dichotomy, right? This internal inconsistency where it seems we're putting more restrictions on ourselves. And we're making life easier for our major competitors. And I hope that people think about this, you know, as they decide who they're going to walked into office and what kind of the groundswell of Push back you know whether it's critical race theory in schools or in.

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"18665" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"18665" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Uh, do we have any groups and the Kurds again come to the forefront of my mind that are worth our support, If nothing else that simply convey to others around the world that this is how the United States treats those who who back our side. Is there that argument to be made, and I suppose beyond that is at a cost effective argument. Well, I I honestly to the last part, especially it's not cost effective. Yes, the ER the courage could benefit. Yes, Iraq does benefit. But if it's a net loss for us, then we can't do it. Because, believe me, there are people all over the world that would love nothing more than to have American military support because their own forces are not as good as ours. Of course. I mean, it makes sense. And their desires make perfect sense to me. I understand why many in Iraq would want us definitely understand why the Syrian Democratic forces, But But is it worth it to us? I was asking you in terms of your of your own question. Not is it worth it to us to back someone which ostensibly supports us? No, it's not, And that's that's just the the harsh reality of the situation. We don't benefit from that. And look, we're not going to be there forever. No matter what they've got to the Syrian courage. They've got to figure out how they're gonna live Long term in Syria in the midst of this Still, civil war going on in Iraq has got to take care of its own house. We've sacrificed enough. We sacrificed enough troops, billions and billions of dollars. It's time for them to take care of their own house and either standard fall based on their own capabilities. We can't be there forever. 18665 Oh, Jimbo, are number 1866554626, and we'll be back with more. With retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis of defence priorities dot org In a moment look, staying healthy isn't easy.

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