35 Burst results for "Caribbeans"
Italy's Lake Garda shrinks to near-historic low amid drought
"Italy's Lake garda has shrunk to a near historic low amid severe drought Taurus are finding a vastly different landscape than in previous years as it is worse drought in decades reduces the country's largest Lake to near its lowest level ever recorded exposing swathes of previously underwater rocks and warming the water to temperatures that approach the average in the Caribbean Sea northern Italy hasn't seen significant rainfall for months and snowfall this year was down 70% drying up important rivers like the Po which flows across Italy's agricultural and industrial heartland many European countries are too enduring droughts this summer that have hurt farmers and shippers and promoted authorities to restrict water use I'm Charles De Ledesma
Everything You Need to Know About the FBI Raid of Mar-A-Lago
"24 hour period we saw some of the most significant expansions of federal power ever. This is more significant than the creation of the Department of Homeland Security in 24 hours you saw to seemingly disconnected data points that are trying to achieve the exact same thing. You saw 87,000 new IRS agents approved by the U.S. Senate and you saw an armed raid of a former president and his home. What exactly happened yesterday? Well, Mar-a-Lago, for those of you that have never been there, it's a phenomenal spectacular property. I've had the blessing to be able to visit there a couple of times is the residents, not a property, is the residents of Donald Trump. It is his home. A hundred FBI agents showed up with weapons and a warrant that was signed by a judge we're still learning more about the judge because there's some information circulating about the judge saying that he might be connected to Jeffrey Epstein. We're going to get that confirmed. Shows up to Mar-a-Lago while he is in New York City. And walks out with 15 boxes, opens the safe, splinters the safe for what? The only action that could possibly justify that is if Donald Trump had an act of dirty bomb in the living room of Mar-a-Lago with an impending intent to try to blow up Miami. Or if Donald Trump was sex trafficking children via the Lolita express to some unknown island in the Caribbean. The idea of going in with armed federal agents, they knew exactly what they were doing though. This for weeks they were methodically planning this. Christopher wray knew about this raid when he was testifying smugly in front of the U.S. Senate. We even said last week on the program how smug and arrogant Christopher wray is, as he is in front of all the senators because he said, oh, you have no idea. Your boy's about to get rated next week. This was all planned.
Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan
"That I'm a little paranoid about though, mister speaker, and I talk about this openly on the program, is that the Democrats have some sort of plan for the midterms that we might not yet be gaming out correctly because I have so much respect for our opposition and how Machiavelli and they are and how they're able to use tragedy for their own purposes. What do you think their midterm plan is? Because up until recently, you know, as per your example of the Saudi Arabian visit, it seems as if they are enthusiastically accelerating over a cliff. Political consequences be damned, I suppose, what's your thoughts? Well, I think first of all, I help publish papers in the 1980s called the Grenada papers. When we liberated the island of Grenada, which spoke English, this was an island occupied largely by Africans living in the Caribbean with agriculture and tourism as there are two biggest incomes. And the communists took it over. And as the communists tried to impose communism, everything fell apart. It was a disaster. So we now know because this is how we got to the Grenada papers. Because everything they wrote was in English. So we didn't need to translate the State Department couldn't screw it up. And it turns out that the leadership of the Communist Party of Grenada, when everything was failing, would meet every Tuesday afternoon for a study group. And what they were studying was not supply side economics. It wasn't Milton Friedman. It wasn't Adam Smith. What they were studying was Stalin's writing. Now, you have a Georgian bank robber who becomes dictator of a country that covers 13 time zones, living in Moscow and really bad cold winter, being studied by African descended, Caribbean native native folks were looking around going, what should we do next? Well, what does Stalin think we should do? The reason I tell you this story is, when AOC gets in a room, she doesn't have any point of reference. But I mean, Biden's different. Biden doesn't have a point of reference because he's not sure what rumi said. But I guarantee you that Newsom Kamala Harris, barriers, other people, senator Warren, Bernie Sanders, who remember honeymooned in the Soviet Union. I mean, just ask yourself, a guy who is born who lives born in Brooklyn, but a guy who was living in the forest of Vermont. Besides to go on a honeymoon, does he go to the Caribbean? Does he go to the beach now? He goes to the motherland to the great forest of Russia from the forest of Vermont. I mean, this isn't true believer.
Prosecutors: 2 more suspects arrested in De Vries slaying
"Netherlands prosecutors say two suspects in the slaying a year ago of the Dutch crime reporter Peter de vries had been arrested overseas The arrests come a day after the suspected director of the shocking killing was detained the national prosecutor's office saying a 27 year old man has been arrested on the former Dutch Caribbean colony of kurokawa and a 26 year old man detained in Spain both men who were arrested on Monday a Dutch nationals who will be flown to the Netherlands to face justice They would detain as part of the probe into the person or people who ordered the killing of de vries who was shot at close range on a busy Amsterdam street on July 6th last year and died 9 days later I'm Charles De
Biden to Host Latin American Leaders at Summit in Los Angeles
"The summit of the Americas is being held on U.S. soil for the first time in nearly three decades And vice president Harris is looking to show her clout in her home state The gathering in Los Angeles will give Harris a chance to connect with Latin American and Caribbean leaders who have seen little of hers since she was given the thankless task of addressing migrations root causes The only three with whom she met on two quick trips to the region are skipping the summit The presidents of Mexico Guatemala and Honduras who are protesting the U.S. decision to not invite authoritarian governments from Cuba Nicaragua and Venezuela Harris biggest achievement in the region so far was helping secure $1.2 billion in corporate commitments to invest in Central America Today she announced more than 1.9 billion aimed
Pageant participants in queen's jubilee celebrate diverse UK
"Jubilee festivities will be capped off with a pageant outside Buckingham Palace where a celebration of Britain's diversity and the Commonwealth will be on display designer clary salandi is busy preparing a dozen giraffe and zebra heads that will be part of the diversity display at the jubilee pageant Salandi and her team have created a playful reimagining of the setting where the young princess Elizabeth learned she was queen in 1952 while on a wildlife expedition in Kenya It kind of felt that there was something lovely about the queen becoming the queen of England but not while she was in England To me that says something about what her role in the world means The designer hopes that display and the performers will spark joy in the jubilee audiences When you see it you should go wow That's amazing You should be lifting your spirit We're going to lift people out of COVID And take them forward That message will be delivered by a group of 250 artists and performers from the African Caribbean community which was particularly hit hard by the pandemic and is now being squeezed by the cost of living crisis I'm Karen Chammas
Charlie Presents a Different Perspective on the Depp-Heard Trial
"The trial of Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard. I never heard of Amber Heard before. People said she's a big deal. I guess she was the one with the red hair in Aquaman. And she's a terrible actress, by the way. I found her very not compelling and kind of rehearsed. People say she's good-looking. Whatever, I guess so. Not really. Sure about that. She just comes across as a crazy person, which she is. And so they were Johnny Depp and her married. And again, there's some broader cultural stories here implications and kind of political impacts behind the story, which is why we're talking about it. So Johnny Depp and her were married, Johnny Depp, from Pirates of the Caribbean, also the secret window, which is a great movie, by the way. Johnny Depp is an objectively terrific actor. And again, I had no real interest in the story as this was progressing. It was someone I'd never heard of suing captain Jack sparrow is kind of weird. I didn't really understand the whole part of that. And so they go to trial and then all these people are like, yeah, she pooped in his bed. I'm like, why is this nationwide news? Sounds like two crazy people suing each other, but actually it's really interesting when you look into it. So you go a level deeper and yesterday was the verdict, so basically Johnny Depp was suing to defend himself. And you might not think the story applies to you, but it absolutely applies to you. It applies to you in the sense of, if you've ever been wrongly accused of anything, if you have a son or a grandson in your life and the world that you're putting them into, that this sort of a cultural battle is incredibly important because it sends a signal to future people that very well might be falsely accused. So Johnny Depp was accused by Amber Heard by for beating her and she said he beat me, he broke my nose and immediately Amber Heard the crazy person was believed. And there was a massive kind of cost that came from this. Where almost immediately, Johnny Depp was canceled by every major institution. Imaginable, including Disney, by the way, so Disney canceled Johnny Depp from Pirates of the Caribbean. And so Johnny Depp was kind of in career limbo. People were treating Johnny Depp like how Kevin Spacey was treated after all these accusations. And this bothered Johnny Depp and so he said, I'm going to have to fight back. I'm going to have to legally push back against it. So some people say, oh, Johnny Depp was too big to cancel. I have nothing to do actually with how big Johnny Depp was. I mean, they canceled Harvey Weinstein because he was a scumbag. And he is a scumbag. They canceled Bill Cosby because not exactly a good guy at all. They tried to cancel Johnny Depp, but the only reason why Johnny Depp is now victorious is not because of how popular Johnny Depp is or how popular Johnny Depp or how big of a following is, it's because Johnny Depp fought
Trish Reacts to the Depp-Heard Verdict
"Right, let's get to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard the trial of the century, right? I mean, my gosh, this thing. Was up way too much information. T am I guys? I really didn't want to know about all this. And I'm not someone who was glued to social media tracking it all but it still was all the incoming was a lot, right? I mean, I think we all, even if you're not following it just on the periphery, we got just inundated. With stuff, well, you know, basically I just didn't even really want to ever have to think about. So we now know way too much information about these two individuals, but I'm telling you what the jury did and what that decision came through. I think it's very important. At this particular time, in our culture, and I say that because there's a whole lot of accusations going on right now about everyone, right? And so what this tells you, and by the way, let me at least give you the verdict, the jury awarded 15 $1 million to Johnny Depp. So basically, he had a big win in this because he had said that miss heard, his former wife actually was acting with very deliberate malice when she published a big article in which she talked about being the victim of domestic abuse and it hurt his career. He wound up losing his Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. He was supposed to make a lot of money in that. And so consequently, he sued her for $50 million. She in turn, countersued with a $100 million lawsuit. What's interesting to me, at least from a sort of both legal and societal standpoint is that the jury's verdict in this and we'll see if it holds, right? Don't forget like this could go to an appeal, but the 7 member jury basically found that she did act with
Watch Live: After 6 weeks, jury hears closing arguments in Depp-Heard trial
"The jury near Washington D.C. is expected to hear closing arguments today in the high profile libel case filed by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard for time it seemed it would never end but now we are close to a conclusion of the libel trial that pits the Pirates of the Caribbean star against his ex-wife and fellow actor Amber Heard after 6 weeks of conflicting testimony about the actors and their claims each side now gets two hours to sum up their case after that the jury gets its instructions from the trial judge and then finally gets the case The trial has gone on for 6 weeks and with broadcast cameras in the courtroom the case is given fans a chance to attend a celebrity trial without making the trip to suburban Washington D.C. and it has given those willing to make the trip the chance to see the proceedings in person in
Johnny Depp testifies again, calling Amber Heard's allegations insane
"Johnny Depp has returned to the witness stand in his libel case against his ex-wife Amber Heard it was a legal curtain call of sorts for the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean star who took the stand as a rebuttal witness he described the allegations that his ex-wife Amber Heard had made against him as insane ridiculous painful savage not to mention all false He also made comments to respond to testimony from heard sister Whitney henriques who provided the jury with rare eyewitness accounts of depths of violence toward his ex dip as suing heard for libel for running an op-ed piece in which she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse
Heard's sister, friend back her assault claims against Depp
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We Need to Get Serious About Sanctions... and So Does Europe
"Know, if you go back to the war between France and Spain and the UK, in 1701, guess what? They were still importing Bordeaux wine into the UK, even though the UK was at war. With France and they were doing this by just sending it to Spain and slapping stickers on the bottles, right? And then shipping them in Spanish casks and pretending that the bourdeaux wine came from Spain. I mean, this is what happens. In Venezuela today, I have sources that tell me the ships are going to the Caribbean. They change the paperwork and the flags, in the Caribbean, and then they send the ships on to Singapore where the paperwork gets changed again. The flags get changed again and then eventually it makes its way to China. In other words, there's all these workarounds. And there's a whole bunch of middlemen in the process, and so that's the problem. If we're going to get serious about sanctions, we need to put them all in there and then we need to actually enforce them and we need to do that in conjunction by the way with the EU, which is still getting its natural gas from Europe, like that makes sense. You know, look, I get it. It's going to be painful. And we all need to recognize that. I mean, it's going to be very painful for Europe, which in turn is painful for us because they are a major trading partner with us. And they're going to have to face the fact that they relied on Russia stupidly, frankly, that was completely naive for their natural gas 45% of their supply. That's going to change. What does it do? It shoots natural gas prices higher. And they rely on natural gas. And it shoots energy prices across the board higher, which means more and more inflation in Europe, more and more inflation back here at home, less trade, et cetera. You understand, like this is a domino effect, and it's really just so darn unfortunate because we knew what Putin was capable of. We knew it from Aleppo. In Syria, we knew it from Chechnya, and somehow people are just waking up to how bad he really is and what's really happening.
The Left Believes Blacks Are Inferior
"Contempt for every group in whose name it speaks. There is no doubt in my mind that most people on the left think blacks are inferior. There's no doubt in my mind. It is so obvious that you have to deceive yourself to deny it. That is why they lower standards for black people. They don't think they're bright enough to compete. That is their belief. Of course, immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean often do better than whites in America. Asians certainly do better than whites, but it doesn't matter. It's all racism or really a belief on the left in black and black inferiority. They can't even get an ID.
Breaking Down the Myth of Systemic Racism
"The Israeli Arab is the freest Arab in the Middle East. Which is why they continue to live there. It's like, why do blacks, why did 3 million blacks move to the United States if it systemically racist? The answer is, they're not stupid. It's the best place in the world for a black person to live. The best place in the world for most Arabs to live is Israel. The Jewish state in the Middle East. That's why they stay there. And that's why so many would like to move there. So I think that the movement of 3 million blacks to the United States from Africa and the Caribbean puts the lie to the systemically racist charge and the fact that so many Arabs don't want to leave his reel in so many Arabs want to move to Israel gives the lie to the apartheid charge.
Frontier Airlines buying Spirit in $3B low-cost carrier deal
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William Federer Shares the Story of Adoniram Judson
"Talking to Bill, Federer Bill, you just shared an amazing story about the hero, the missionary, adoniram judson. I did not know the story that you just told that he had become an atheist. And then the man who led him into atheism took his own life within a few feet of judson. I mean, you can't make that one up. No, it's powerful story. Do you want to become a missionary? He was the first foreign missionary to India, but really to Burma. And started a missionary movement in the early 1800s called a haystack revival and 5000 young people went out to missionaries around the world. Hawaii, the Caribbean. It was sort of like all the woke energy today. Imagine that being harnessed to go around the world and spread the gospel and start schools and start mission orphanages and medical clinics. And it changed the world. Unfortunately, that young person and energy is harnessed for the destruction right now. Anyway, so Timothy Dwight, during this time, he takes over as president of Yale. And from some reports, there's like no professing Christians in the student body, which is only a couple hundred students. And rather than him sitting his ivory office, he would come down at the lunch table. And he would listen to the students, say all their skeptical stuff. And after he would listen patiently, he would say, okay, I listen to you. Now you listen to me. And one by one, he would refute every one of their arguments. So much so that within a few years, virtually the entire student body became Christian again and a good percentage of the students went on to become ministers and missionaries themselves.
Joe Biden Refuses to Recognize Florida and Texas for Successfully Addressing COVID
"So they all worked together The American Marxist the media the bureaucrats the Democrat party and so forth Which is why we have the politicalization of science An autocracy is the response From the politicians in that party and from rhinos And they ignore the science obviously Florida is doing something right Florida has the least number of cases and deaths It has the number one best record in the nation Despite the fact it's a hub for people coming into this country including from the third world and the Caribbean in particular Texas has the fourth best record Now it wasn't that long ago when Joe Biden and the rest of the idiots were trashing the governors of both of those states desantis and Abbott Now their words don't pass the lips of Joe Biden his press idiot his autocrats or the media Amid the depressed he faced the nation and George Stephanopoulos is weak None of them said hey look You used to attack the census Here's the best record in the country Just attack Abbott He's the fourth best record in the country Vermont has the highest number of vaccinated people It has one of the worst records in the country How do you square these things Scientists and medical professionals but they don't ask them questions like
Armando Simón Exposes the Left's Lies About Christopher Columbus
"And we know what marxists do to history Well there's a piece today in where is this Sorry folks issues and insights By amando Simone the let me read this to you The accusation which often sound more like insults than rational accusations about Columbus Range from the gruesome claiming he chopped off Indians hands for not bringing gold or carrying out genocide total fabrications To the infantile ridiculing the fact that one of his ships sunk he was not the captain of that particular ship and they were sailing an uncharted seas Abounding in hidden reefs to the stupid Democrat politicians and Native Americans claiming that Columbus carried out genocide in North America where he never set foot nor sail Nonetheless we can expect the usual posturing and slogan airing on Columbus day as you heard By historically illiterate leftists in indigenous people some of the latter being about as Native American as Elizabeth Warren One should consult primary sources preferably in the original Spanish and not in translations His log book they called the capitulations legal documents also known as the book of privileges The contemporary biographies and especially Lewis Castro vehi testamento And others Both written by friar bartolome de la casas was every schoolchild in Spain and the Caribbean nose was the apostle of the Indians for working indefatigably to protect the Indians from his fellow Spaniards De la casas never mentions Columbus committing any crimes And a Las casas did not shrink from the accusing anyone When the contrary mentions Columbus as a constantly protecting the
"caribbeans" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics
"Following day and ships all of a medical supplies and food so we immediately responded in solidarity with a now. What else could we do. Because as i mentioned eighty is such an important country to us we would love to see the haitian political actors of business sector the religious leaders the civil society. Oh come together. This is what is absolutely essential and needed for. Haiti is for the main actors of society to agree on a common program which a leads to a reduction of violence which is out of control. And which so. Pacification is absolutely essential and eventually creates conditions for legitimate elections to take place. This is not going to be easy to take down. Fortunately the us is paying attention to the situation. Now has a designated especially on boy which is now in haiti and has been going to haiti regularly so we expect hope that haiti will be included in all of these efforts near shoring and other other legislation retry. Now help haiti. And which are both islands. Participate home pal. Not want to get into the technical aspects. Absolutely we expect the need that this will happen that he will be included at niece brokers. We've run out of time. Thanks so much for joining us on ultimate. It's been a great an enlightening discussion. Thanks well thank you very much. Thank you muni ed. Thank it's been a pleasure to be moody. There's no doubt that the opportunities that the world's disenchantment with china as well as the increased freight costs and all of the other technical issues are making people look elsewhere. The the question to me is whether all of this near shoring pitch that drove after. So well explains is a really a turnaround thing i mean are we talking about investment at levels that we have never seen before in latin america or is it just sort of an additional way to attract this or the other potential company to invest. I think it's it really depends on the regulatory framework and on the series of kind of intentions of governments. This is a rule of lies. This is an investment promotion issue. We've talked about the trade agreements but more than anything. It's political will and the ability to stay the course because this is a long term process in some some countries are treating it kind of ike a cure all in the short term. But i do think that like dominican republic you have to take advantage of already competitive advantages and work really hard to try to make the production. Go there and stay so. I think that it really depends on political will so peter. This is the end of our podcast today. And you can listen to us wherever you get your podcast. And don't forget to rate and review us on apple. Podcast see you next time..
"caribbeans" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics
"Youth this task tastic where we take a look at us and social justice issues and mta. Von image so central. America and the caribbean are really strong magnets for near shoring. And there's a huge opportunity. Given many of these countries robust young workforce's but opportunity does not equal economic growth. And a lot will depend on what governments will be able to accomplish in the next few years. Education especially targeted training programs are crucial to expand labor capabilities. That would enable central america and the caribbean to attract those near shoring opportunities. Because as we've seen in the region young men and women that are unemployed. Can turn to criminal activities and pose a security risk for the region and the hemisphere as they migrate to countries where there are economic opportunities. And that's a whole separate conversation. It's been done. Before and central american and caribbean nations can benefit from best practices from the initial offshoring. That you guys talked about in east asia which includes japan south korea to win singapore and of course china those countries really managed exploited their demographic opportunity in create these high value jobs in the service and manufacturing sectors. So my question is how. The countries of the caribbean plan to use their young demographics to take advantage of those near showing opportunities. Would you think tweet..
"caribbeans" Discussed on Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
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"caribbeans" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hey, Dr Lieberman were back. We're back. I won't talk about an airline executive. And he's 65 years old and airline executive for one of the biggest airlines, and he's had multiple skin cancers. He's had his face and body cut up by skin. Cancer surgery. He's fed up with the 65 years old. He's married. He has two Children is cholesterol issues, but he said most on his nose Moses radical surgery. Mo's on his shoulder or he just hates it. He hates the deformities had multiple skin cancers for 20 years. Now he has a skin cancer on the left temple just next to the left eye. Was biopsy positive cancer, and he wants to be treated with us. He's tired of the surgeries. Tired of cottage. He's tired of bleeding. No more bloodshed and, well, we treated him get a few treatments. He came every day every day was On time at 6:30 A.m.. That's when we started work and, well, congratulations to him and congratulations to our staff. His tumor is gone and she's doing great. He's finished. The treatment is very happy with the treatment. We're happy. And of course we're gonna Prove the results to him and to his loved ones and to you and our staff over decades. But our success rate in treating skin cancers like this is about 94% with no cutting and no bleeding. This is the work that we do every day. It was about another man who came in three years ago with a P ece of 12.8 and rising We have to 15 you to biopsy showing Gleason six cancer. He had multiple course positive. He's a landscape artist. We treated him years ago and now his P ece is zero. He's doing well. He's pleased about that. He's Wasn't higher risk for cancers. PS I went all the way up, actually tow 18 before he was treated, and now he is zero. This is the work that we do every day he was seen by his doctors. Psh kept on rising 12 15 18, and he had an Ameri. But no biopsy came to us. We got a biopsy proved his cancer. Got treated, and he's now intact. His sex life works is urinary life works. This is the work that we do every day at 13, 84, Broadway, Broadway and 38 Street in the heart of New York City. When I got minute introduce myself because so many people are talking on radio and television and in life and offering advice and often they don't really have much in the way of education or scientific background and often can miss lead patients. If someone without a good sound, the background is offering advice and misleading patients. It can be a calamity. So when introduce myself, my name is Dr Gill Liederman. I'm a cancer doctor. I was born and raised in water. The wire why I went to university went to public school there. I went to medical school, MD 25 like my brother Ted, MD 25. My wonderful son. Dr. Ariel Liederman is a great cancer doctor. Too thoughtful, compulsive, caring communicates with his patients. He works here at 34 Broadway. His patients love him, and they love his great results in treating their cancer. So there's three Dr Lieberman's all real doctors M D's at 25. I went on to yours of Chicago, Michael Restraining internal medicine for three years. Disease of the body board, sort of hide, then went to Harvard Medical School Train didn't medical oncology three more years about Harvard Medical School, Dana Farber Cancer Institute. It was on the staff for three more years Board certified and then went on at Harvard Medical School to the joint Center for Radiation Therapy. Three more years Board certified the only Harvard trained Triple Board certified radiation cancer doctor in New York in one of the few in the world, and that's who I am. So you have some background for myself and for my wonderful son doctor are illiterate. Who was trained at some of the most illustrious hospitals here at 34 Broadway, doing great work, and we'll talk about gentlemen to 67 years old. He had a gastric cancer it, which is called a gasto gastrointestinal stromal tumor. He's from ST Vincent's Island in the Caribbean. The 67 years old, he's married. He has six Children. As high blood pressure had symptoms, and it was found in one of the big hospitals to have this gastric cancer. The gastrointestinal stromal tumor. He had a cat scan four years ago in the cancer kept on growing and growing and growing. And he didn't want to have surgery. Didn't want to have chemotherapy and he came to me a £209. His weight was stable. Yeah, this gastrointestinal stromal tumor and he wished to be treated with us. No surgery, no cutting, and we treated him. With great success doing well, no cutting and bleeding for his gastric cancer, gastrointestinal stromal tumor. And what about a 65 year old one from Jamaica? And we know in Jamaica's ah, hotbed of cancer. There's lots of cancer in Jamaica and he met with the government here, and they wished us to help their people, Jamaicans and other Caribbeans get care because of the high rate of cancer in Jamaicans and Caribbeans of 65 Year Old woman. She's a black woman We know the risk of death from breast cancers higher and black women. We, of course, treat every race and religion and creed and believe She's a marriage has two Children. She came with her son and her friend. She was diagnosed a year before she was said to have mass status, which is an infection of the breast. Had blood from the nipple. Well, blood from the nipples abnormally, Jed repeat symptoms. She went to a hospital shed. Mammograms was a large mass. She went to another hospital, and she eventually had a biopsy shed Blood in the nip O blood in the discharge. And she was told of this hospital Big House woman had she needs the best act to me. And she just refused to have a mistake to me. She did not want to have that kind of surgery. And so she had no treatment. She had no treatment, and I saw her should have four centimeter mass in the upper three o'clock position, left breast and shed a palpable lymph node. We staged her up. We gotta memorize. We've got her stage of going to pathology and, well, we treated her. She just did not want to have chemo. She did not want to have surgery. We treated her and I saw her this week and that mass is all gone. She's in remission doing great. This is the work that we do every day at 13 84 Broadway Broadway 38 Street in the Heart of New York City. What about the 80 year old man who comes with decreased vision of pituitary tumor pituitary tumors, usually benign tumor of the master gland deep in the brain and the other two centimeter almost of one inch mass on the pituitary up against the optic nerves. He's 80 years old, had multiple medical problems is a smoker and high p ece. Weight loss, high blood pressure, and he just did not want to have someone's hands in his head. He was offered surgery at several hospitals in some of the most famous hospitals, which he just did not want. He wanted our treatment by the doctor first with brain radiosurgery in New York, and that's what we did non invasive, No cutting, no bleeding radio surgery for his pituitary tumor Now with good success, good control of the tumor..
"caribbeans" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Begin wrestles Internet Caribbeans taking on Wall Street Heavy's the latest Monday after four with me, John how old wls came in. Welcome back to the wreck Cattleman show Last time we talked about the nonsense going on with game Stop. Let's talk now about what's happening in the broader economy. 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits again last week, continuing the saga ever since Cove it began. Drilling down a little more to specific pockets of the economy. The American Nursing Association has just released a survey of nurses nationwide. I think we can all agree nurses are among the most important people in the world as a result of the pandemic these days. And they're having economic challenges. 42% of nurses say they've delayed making purchases do the lack of money 39% say they've had to spend down their savings. 32% 1 out of three are using credit cards to pay bills. A quarter of nurses have stopped paying their student loans 11% have withdrawn money from retirement accounts. Prematurely because they needed the cash. 9% of nurses have gotten second jobs. Another 9% I've borrowed from friends or family 4% of nurses air getting help from food banks and a third of the nurses in this country are thinking of quitting their jobs. This. Is a bit of a crisis and one thing I know that we all want to do when we're in such stress like this. Eat chocolate. What more better comfort food is there than chocolate? Well, here's one example where it's getting harder. Good diver has announced that they're selling or closing all 128 of their stores over the next couple of months. It's not just good diver that isn't able to pay rent because nobody's shopping retail these days. Physically, that is 33% of small businesses say they're unable to pay their rent this month. We need to recognize the challenges that are ongoing and fortunately to the rescue or the stimulus checks, right? Well, Americans air large part taking those stimulus checks and saving the money, which means they didn't really need it. Tomo Buy food or pay rent or what have you Americans saved $1.4 Trillion in the first nine months of last year, twice a smudge his usual that's equal to 10% of all household spending in America. More than a third of those first stimulus checks were deposited into bank accounts less than a third of it was spent. And what is it that Americans say they are eventually going to spend the money on? Travel 60% say that they're planning a trip in 2021, bolstered by the news of a vaccine. We're all anxiously looking forward to the day when we can safely leave our homes and Nixon mingle with others. 24% say they're willing to go cruising in 2021, but 18% say they will never get on a cruise ship again because of the health risks. So where is that people are planning to go the top five domestic destinations. The choices here in the U. S number one is Florida. Followed by California, New York, North Carolina and Texas. The top five international destinations for Americans. France, Mexico, Italy. Germany and Canada. So my message she was this If you are planning to go traveling as we get out of this pandemic, you really need to start making your travel plans now because if France is the number one international tourist destination I got news for you. They're not making Paris any bigger. As all of those tourists descend upon the city, you know that hotel rooms will be hard to find, and the prices for those hotel rooms are going to skyrocket. Dido for Broadway in New York. Good luck Getting a concert ticket or tickets to a Broadway show with everybody trying to travel all at once, So hurry, Hurry! Hurry with those travel arrangements, but Because we don't know for sure how soon we'll all be healthy enough to travel. We don't know how soon the cities will truly open themselves back up again. Make sure that they are refundable canceled will reservations you're making. Make sure you buy travel insurance in case your plans have to change. And it's not just travel that people are going to be spending their money on. Some folks are saying forget about traveling to have a good time. I'm just gonna have a good time at home. How? By making my house better by buying a bigger house. Yep. Home Renovations and home Construction are riding waves home construction last year had a 14 year high because so many Americans air working from home 42% of U. S workers, in fact. Four out of 10 have been working from home during this pandemic. Are they going to go back to the office 30% of the workers who are working from home? Say that if they're forced to return to the office, they'll quit. Partly because of the health of fears but partly because they just enjoy working from home. It's so much easier you don't have to commute. You don't have to spend money on parking. You don't have to spend money buying lunch. You don't have to buy a work based wardrobe. And your productivity is higher because you don't have all the distractions of people wander and by your cubicle or desk talking in distracting you. 30% of workers adamantly. Insisting on continuing to work from home. All of this has helped to stave off bankruptcies in America, as people have been hunkering down. Bankruptcies, in fact, are down 40% in France and Britain. They're down 25% on average in the European Union. But economists are saying this might actually not be a good thing. What strikes me is a little weird. How can the absence of bankruptcies be bad? Well, the economists are saying that the only reason bankruptcies air down is because these companies which frankly should be bankrupt or being propped up artificially by all the government stimulus that they're getting They say that in France, 10% of companies avoided bankruptcy because of government funding. And it's basically creating what they're now calling zombie firms companies that aren't making money. They're losing money. They have no hopes of ever making money. But they're being able to stay in business because governments are giving them money to avoid them, shutting down what happens when the government stimulus stops due to the economy recovering That is when those companies will finally go bankrupt and you'll see a wave of bankruptcies on a global basis. It is, in fact, the possibility of downside that has a lot of people spooked about the investing world. My concern shared by all of us here. A Doublemint financial engines is that some investors aren't doing what they need to be doing for their long term financial success because they're so focused on what's happening at the moment, so fearful that there might be a short term market downturn. That they are failing to stay focused on the long term, and that's why I announced last week that we've launched downside defender. It's a way that allows you to invest in a diversified portfolio, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the returns provided by the financial markets. It allows you to set a limit on the downside target value that you don't want to go below..
"caribbeans" Discussed on The Code in My 'Fro
"And it really. Is you know troubling as we can see in the community all over the world the frustrations i just really. It's an all time peak it would seem And while i don't even know what to say. It really is heartbreaking to know that our lives are so disposable in the is on the fact that it's not a recent thing you know it's an ongoing struggle about we've been facing or lives have been consistently seen as disposable or years centuries even and so i as i said. It's just heartbreaking. I don't even know what else to really saying terms of expressing my emotions for the situation. Oh yes you can go issue. So i want to see the. I think i've been financial things by the most prominent among them would be an worry because of us who is transitioning out of the university. And you know making concrete off in my kitchen was ultimately country. I'm i'm worried that this is the. Is this something else. Fucks up in all my decisions. You know. i have any consciously think about that. Mice skin collapsed is be a very important role in the education house. We're ivanka targets. Who no less of my country in you have come so far. I mean tweets..
"caribbeans" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Health experts worry about a shortage of covert testing as April and did the U. S. had conducted six point two million covert tests but a Harvard study concluded the country needs five million tests a day by early June to reopen safely and Maryland and Colorado plan to hide their PP from the federal government eight global free for all we're just worried about them cutting him off at the manufacture during the supply chain during customs but there's no hiding a looming financial crisis for dozens of states businesses all over the world have been struggling through the pandemic and it is getting the media as well the card virus pandemic is also in the newspaper industry the New York Post laid off a dozen workers Wednesday with one worker saying quote the paper is dying during a series of calls with staffers the publisher reportedly said the company will take significant cost cutting measures to keep the publication of float following the quote significant decrease in the advertising demand reporters have already been on months long furloughs without pay at the Rupert Murdoch owned post the publisher says they're expected to eventually be back but the publication plans to freeze on new hiring and eliminate most freelance budgets back Piper CBS news some nations around the world are finally seeing a light at the end of the call that nineteen tunnel CBS is Elizabeth Palmer took a look for CBS's face the nation almost fifteen weeks since hand went into lockdown if not for the masks life is made a weekend looks pretty normal even retail shops are open South Korea acted fast too and now says it has the outbreak under control there is still social distancing but with just a handful of new cases every day Caribbeans are at last relaxing Vietnam has done a great job handling the pandemic as soon as the first complications were spotted there Vietnam.
"caribbeans" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast
"You're staying fit your statement. I have to stay fit because I need to know I need to be able to eat more food and I go on cruises. It opens up again exactly now. You were telling me something about a cruise ship. The first news is Royal Caribbean. What are they doing? They're they're chartering one ship to take back what's what they're doing. I understand is that they're they're using one of their shifts to take home their crews members. And that's Awesome. That's really awesome Don't have the details. I just read it at a glance but I didn't know that we're going to go do all. This news won't have but it is in the new impromptu because remember we're putting one out hopefully every week so we are getting. Yeah getting getting more information out to you but but anyway we're real excited that Royal Caribbeans taking care of their crews on all the different ships are taking one of their ships and they're taking them back home and that's exciting for them and I wish them all the best and I wish them good help Noah like about when we have segment music transition for one you you take a sip of your coffee and doughnut. What what is it? What is it is kyle cleansing your palate. Oh it is it is. It's totally cleansing pallor. Now I'm GonNa Start grooving. Yes rocking doing. Little sells out on an island. Maybe on his ship I don't really know. Yes.
"caribbeans" Discussed on KGO 810
"Two thousand seventeen dollars a banner year lots of you know make ships have come out but two thousand eighteen we're gonna see a lot of ships including the largest ship in the world world Caribbeans debuting something indices which was no small price tag one point three billion dollars that's a cost of one written thirty thousand tons it's gonna start in Europe but then it's going to make its way to the carribean feeling it's going to be in Miami it's a spectacular ship Seabourn is coming out with will be soon Seabourn ovation one of my favorite old ships and I'm looking forward to it and feels the region bliss which is going to be you know the whole the ship was repainted by my friend Weiland and it's going to be up in Alaska and the significance of it John this is gonna be the largest ship ever to sail in Alaska and also be able to get through the Panama Canal how many passengers and sixty eight thousand tons and then killed later in the year how many passengers on the Alaska trail I'm just thinking it sailing into Alaska's sometimes three four five ships all at one time you get off and it feels like Union Square Christmas well I mean it's sometimes done some ports you could wind up with five ships same time how many how many would be passengers on the news that you're talking about well on the original bliss it's going to be forty two hundred passengers plus crew out here plus plus the crew I mean there are you know with the the third and fourth you're talking well over five thousand people prove girl it's it's our approaching six but the lady tips well the the other the test on the my my favorite one sorry you have been preaching for years as you know one book early and in a research online but don't book online the big reason is there could be senior discounts there could be resident discounts there could be hidden discounts that you just wouldn't you know find online including military discounts but so it's it's it's great to do your research there but you know I you know it was wrestling at the thanksgiving yeah we have these will be do sales the other was marquees full stuffing and no meat when your first will be due but it's it's let me reverse the the ships the the John that the ships are sailing full and it's just a question of what price you're going to get it out which is always always been the case but cruising has become much more mainstream the ships are going all over the world they're going more places to bring down the price barrier so more people that never would have experienced certain destinations and or crews are being able to do so and very be able to do so at at at an unheard of prices but pricing a lot of the ships and sailings is going up which is why it's important to you to do your research so this way you can maximize your savings sometimes will say to me that the Mediterranean Europe the the pricing could be the airfare could be the most expensive part yeah really I know yeah that was last year but we also like it when you put the air fares with the crews all packaged in Ames and certain cruise lines like Oceania for example they they do offer some very good pricing early where they do include the round trip error and I also like the fact they also include the internet which you know could typically you know cost several people it can cost people several hundred dollars or you know let's say up to a thousand dollars on a seven day sailing depending on how much they use him as well okay just give us a few examples of what kind of fares we can expect in the new year well you know are are your favorite you know place to look for is is obviously close to home out of San Francisco services who does have the does having your own ship it is princess cruises royal princess if they've got seven night sailings they've got up to Mexico I'm sorry along the Pacific coast where you know you can go to Santa Barbara and Long Beach LA San Diego once nada prices are of the six six hundred fifty nine dollars ten night Alaska cruises you know run may through September and right now they're starting around about eleven hundred dollars tonight Mexico sailings from six hundred forty nine dollars they lose those will fluctuate the the balcony prices are the ones that fluctuate the most and obviously will cost the most so it's always a good idea go and book at him but make sure that your deposit is refundable because sometimes you may wind up with a fair that includes a nonrefundable deposit and there's really very few deals that are are worthwhile to to to to go to that extreme fifty nine Hawaii cruises from San Francisco from thirteen ninety nine crystal cruises is gonna be making some a couple of of business to San Francisco this year to do some ten night sailings you know there there's a six star line one of the best in the world and they're gonna start from about four thousand dollars for the ten nights and then of course you have the the the the carribean was gonna have you know a lot of new ships coming in we mentions of indices celebrity cruises gonna have celebrity ads coming in December but the carribean this continues to do extraordinarily well it's very worthwhile if you're thinking about it to fly all the way to Miami or fort Lauderdale to catch one of the newer ships to get the better itineraries verses maybe going to be flying into Houston to go to Galveston the the bus ride to Galveston's about an hour and a half and is said to be a little bit older yeah I used mentioned that before finally river cruising still gonna be remaining is is exploding you know biking is Viking river is continuing to launch new ships we've we've talked to recently about the crystal river cruises which you know is is a division of crystal cruises they are the only luxury river cruise operation and they they've got not they have they now have three river boats sailing in Europe it's it's something that people really need you to shop you want to make sure that you're doing the right time of the year you will make sure that the rivers are are typically at a at a good level and what you don't want to do is you don't want to wind up with it with the river cruise John where the the the rumors are too low and they they can't get out of service destinations yeah that's probably to be kind of ruins your expectations all right now for more information on it I don't.
"caribbeans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Only we were that lucky. John. The guy from Texas. There's so many questions that I have about what's going to happen with the Academy Awards. But hey, kudos. Good on them. They got everybody talking about the Academy Awards in a way that they probably weren't otherwise. So let's move on. Here's what we have for you. Door number three. All right. Getting right to the third thing you need to hear to get him out today. You're on the Colleen and Bradley show. Oh, ooh. Ooh, I love a cruise who doesn't love a cruise. Well about five hundred people on the basis of the seas. Don't love a cruise. Let's find out why Royal Caribbeans oasis of the seas is considered one of the largest cruise ships in the world on Sunday more than five thousand guests in crews were on the scheduled seventy Caribbean. Cruise the castles who are part of a group from Margarita Ville told me the fund was cut short on Tuesday. That's when many passengers reportedly started feeling symptoms that included nausea vomiting and diarrhea as a shift approach Jamaica. We had about four hundred thirty eight go down. So that was about a ten percent ratio there Royal Caribbean says more than four hundred passengers and crew members were hit with an outbreak of norovirus. The CDC is investigating. It says norovirus is leading cause of foodborne illness in the US. And despite it not knowing what caused the outbreak. It says more instances of norovirus occur in public places. Like restaurants. Passengers told us crew sanitized common areas as the ship urge passengers to wash their hands and stay in their rooms, even though we we.