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How COVID-19 Shines A Light On Our Broken Food System with Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian
"We want to talk today about what seems to be unrelated to Cova Nineteen which is an infectious disease but it's diet and chronic disease and you wrote an article with the former secretary of agriculture. Dan Glickman that was posted on. Cnn entitled Can Diet Flatten the curve for covert nineteen and it's sort of like How does that even make sense? So we've heard all about these ideas of fighting. The curb was social dissing handwashing washing and contact tracing an isolation testing but your article presented a very different view about how we can use food and nutrition and specific nutrients to actually help us address. This pandemic so. Can you tell us why you wrote this article and why this is more important than ever to address these issues? Yeah I think markets really clear that that to those of US following this crisis that cove nineteen has really laid bare these incredible challenges. These incredible disparities is incredible unreasonable aspects of our food system. Are there so many ways that that covered nineteen influenced student? Nutrition and nutrition Kobe. Nineteen back up at at all. Just go through quickly and we can go about each of them so you know. One is immunity the actual immune response to Cova and then you actually the blunting of the excessive inflammatory response to cove. We can talk about nutrition and actually the immune response to is is hunger and food insecurity which of course 'cause incredible human suffering with this economic shutdown lost wages at schools being closed but also we know from long clinical experience malnourishment further predispose people to infection. So that's the site and that doesn't mean and that doesn't mean skinny and wasted away could be that your nutrient deficient which is really common in America. Absolutely absolutely. There's one call hidden hunger. People look like they're getting food but there's hidden hunger because they're not getting the right the right nutrients and what's paradoxical is the most obese are often the most nutrient deficient when you look at their numbers. Right it's kind of interesting. Yeah and then. These other aspects of Kobe crucial to to you know of just quickly mention our third. The incredible intersections supply chains and food. Waste and getting food to people we. We don't really have a national food system even global food system. We have this fractured supply chain. That's now becomes you know very very dire And then I think one of the one of the most important things for really thinking about covert long term. Because this is going to be with us for for some time. Many ears is the incredible relationship between for Metabolic Health Diabetes Hypertension Heart Disease Obesity and poor outcomes with Cova. The the latest analysis from New York which has had the most cases in in the United States showed that with each of those conditions diabetes hypertension of city. There is about two or three full higher risk two to three times higher risk of hospitals. And if you put those three things together lots of people have diabetes hypertension and obesity. There be sixteen fold higher risk of hospitalization. And so it's very it's very plausible. And we're modeling this now. It's very plausible. That you know. If we had a metabolic healthy population job it would be much much less severe. And so you know thinking about nutrition and immune response malnourishment and hunger and food insecurity disparities very high rates and african-americans very likely related to nutrition in a major way the challenges to food systems and supply chains food waste and then metabolic health. You know these are all things that that you and I and others who study food at about that that food nutrition or a dire challenge and an incredible opportunity to improve the health of the population but Kobe. Nineteenth really liked taking a you know a knife and slice down dessert that was hiding immediate objects and so you know if five years from now we're back to where we were a couple years ago and there's no improvement in our food system quality of the food the way we get it to people in science that we have to address questions. I would be just devastated. I would be so disappointed that we haven't realized the opportunity here to fix the food system. So filming in the straight. What you're saying is that if you have chronic diseases and multiple chronic diseases that your risk of being hospitalized sixteen times higher that if you're metabolical unhealthy more likely to get sick because your immune system isn't working and then only twelve percent of us are actually healthy so that means if we actually had a healthy population that was eating a diet that created metabolic health instead of the opposite. Which we're doing now that this may just be a bad flu and we wouldn't have full hospitals in a society that shutdown and trillions of dollars in economic losses. All the evidence supports that you know. Of course we can't do a randomized trial and wave a wand and make everybody know about healthy to test that but all the evidence suggests that you know as you said. I'm based on national data. Only twelve percent of adults in this country are metabolic Healthy that's just taking things like waste. Your Conference Blood Glucose blood pressure cholesterol. It just measure those things. Only twelve percent of adults or metabolic be healthy and most of those people in their twenties right. You haven't yet really had a lifetime of for die in for lifestyle. And so the vast vast majority of American adults over forty are metabolic late unhealthy and given these associations you know as I mentioned even just one of these risk factors. You're doubling or tripling the risk of hospitals ation and you start piling up together In terms of risk of death is in so few debts especially under age. Seventy unless there's at least one of these other conditions. Yeah and so. It's very plausible. That if we had a very healthy population you know. Instead of a twelve percent medically healthy. We had twelve percent metabolic the unhealthy. What if nine of were metaphor healthy then in nineteen would be a far far less severe disease? Many many fewer hospitalizations fewer deaths. We wouldn't be shutting down the economy we wouldn't have. These hospitals overloaded our healthcare providers but insulted dangerous petit and working chefs on an and. What's really important here is that we can actually fix this now in real time. And so you know. It doesn't take years and years and years to reverse diabetes or to reverse hypertension or Reverse for metabolic health. Yeah does take years and years to change. Wait for many people but metabolic health. Whatever your weight. We can pretty rapidly improving. Edibala cal over months sometimes even shorter. But so yeah so the country. In addition to the things that we're doing social distancing and testing we should be launching a national campaign to improve the way we move and eat to improve our metabolic health
"dan glickman" Discussed on KNSS
"Cloudy through the weekend. But our temperatures will be mild. We'll get breezy conditions today. Cloudy in our high in the upper fifties with some light rain possible cloudy overnight and are low near fifty and breezy windy tomorrow with gusts up to thirty miles per hour. Mostly cloudy and are high in the mid sixties. This is Kay NSS meteorologist Steve Hamilton. Cunningham here. The great American. Join me Sunday nights. Stephen Ted morning show. The twenty ninth of January Kansas day on this day. Eighteen sixty one the state of Kansas was born right here in the middle of the country. And every survey we take an every thing, you know, we're we're ranked anywhere is always Wichita Kansas right in the middle anywhere from twenty to thirty fifth somewhere in there. Proud to be from Kansas. You know, I like being from here. Well, you know, this is our home. I mean hard are you with that? But. Some people are born here, and they get the heck out. Well, my late sister-in-law berry one of those people. My wife's Sister, Mary who got married and left and went back to Texas where her husband was rum and spent her adult life in Texas, always always wanted to come back to Wichita. She couldn't they couldn't get to where she can come back to your hometown. The chichi led Wichita Kansas, which made simple for me because I know her very well to use a good friend of mine anything I it's Christmas time or birthday. I I just find something that had Wichita on it and mail it to Mary and she'd be extended to go. Yeah. We're how many people are like that. They leave the state. You know, a lot of great things about state. I mean, obviously, we always talk about tonight. We don't have any plans. We do have some lakes, we know our limitations, but that's all part of it. But you know, that's part of what you have had mountains, and they wouldn't be special. You get what you get these great people of character. Right. Like you and me exact. But seriously, I've got super sunsets. Mr. Eisenhower for one he's talking about politics, fellow by the name of alpha, Landon and his daughter who was a US Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum there's a couple of people Amelia Earhart. I mean of Caribbean. People from Kansas, Barry, Barry Sanders. Sanders, Dan Glickman, Dan, Glickman neat people from Kansas. So I I'm with you. I I can't imagine. I guess I could live in another state of have Deuba. I don't want to this is a good place. That's why you stayed here. Celebrate Kansas state today. It is Kansas state. Police say fifty three year old woman was trapped for three days in the elevator of the Manhattan townhouse owned by billionaire investment banker Warren Stevens, he was rescued yesterday. After authorities responded to a nine one one call from the home near central park, firefighters, freed the housekeeping employees after forcing entry into the elevator. Stevens family issued a statement calling Meritas four LIZA a valued member of the Stephen's extended family for eighteen years said they were relieved and thankful that she is doing well at a New York hospital where she arrived suffering from dehydration gosh. You think about that somebody three days in an elevator? What would not be pleasant was not pleasant? No. And I would just be screaming. My head off. Hour after hour to my voice game. I don't know what she did. Obviously, she probably tried to do that. And nobody was nobody can hear her nobody paid attention. Yeah. I mean, you're desperate on day one. Then another day goes by and nothing happens in that third almost you probably start to think. Well is this it? Then being in the cramped cramped. Oh. Talk a little bit about Super Bowl coming up this weekend. A lot of a lot of talk about that. But of course, doing patriots and LA Rams and. And since legal sports books began popping up in states outside of Vada, America's we'll have a lot riding on this game from friendly. Wagers barroom pools to traditional betting with bookmakers both legal and illegal an estimated six billion dollars will be wagered by Americans on the Super Bowl. That's according to a survey results released by the American gaming association. That's a trade group representing the casino industry. I would imagine that's a little light, right? You're probably right. Just just guys like you and me because says you're such a big patriots fan. You take the patriots for five bucks or something like that? We don't do that. We never ways you're on. Anything nearly ten percent of American dolts ten percent. Plan to bet on the Super Bowl in one way or another. According to the survey, and they are divided on which team to back. Fifty two percent of the twenty two. Oh, one survey two thousand two hundred people surveyed said they would bet on the Rams the other forty eight percent on the patriots. About that. So they should wind betting on the Rams, maybe. More money that way. I don't know. That doesn't even enter my mind betting on the Super Bowl. You know, that has never occurred to me as something I would want to do. The brother-in-law who always says who loves sports love sports and loves to watch. But he says it's always a little bit better. If you've cut some money on obviously if you're invested in. A little more exciting some money. But my luck is always been in any kind of gambling situation. You might as well just handed the bunnies. It goodbye and walk away because never win how many lottery tickets have you bought Powerball tickets bought maybe two in my and that's about where I am. It's just not something that really occurred to me. Well, it's it's interesting though, is my money away on that. I've always from the time. I was a little guy always knew that. You know, if you want something, you gotta earn it. You gotta put on some effort. If you wanted anything worthwhile that they're human beings say, well, maybe I can do it the easy way. And I don't have to put the effort into it other than buying, but I'm too lazy to even buy a ticket on the same way. I'm going into the win in Las Vegas and put a twenty dollar Bill and the machine it sucked it in. And I pushed one button and. And I'm like, well that was pretty quick way for me to lose twenty bucks. You're you're a quick learner. Wasn't very good at all. I'm going to this expensive time in in Las Vegas, one time play a nickel slots, and I think I I one dollars one time and a that's a lot of Nichols. That's almost about half of what I've already put into this. Anyway, we're not big gambler. Yes. Not going to be betting on that game. You know, it come Sunday. Steve.
"dan glickman" Discussed on KNSS
"Normal high for the date forty four. Today is the twenty ninth of January Kansas day on this day eighteen sixty one the state of Kansas was born right here in the middle of the country. And every survey we take an every thing, you know, we're we're ranked anywhere is always Wichita Kansas is right in the middle anywhere from twenty to thirty fifth somewhere in there. Proud to be from Kansas ship. I like being from here. Well, you know. This is our home. I mean hard to argue with that. But. People are born here, and they get the heck out. Well, my late sister-in-law berry one of those people. My wife's Sister, Mary who got married and left and went back to Texas where her husband was from and spent her most of her adult life in Texas. Always always wanted to come back to what Utah. She couldn't. They couldn't get to where she could come back to her hometown. The chichi led Wichita Kansas, which made simple for me because I got to know her very well to use a good good friend of mine anything I it's Christmas time or birthday. I'd I just find something that had Wichita on it and mail it to Mary, and she'd be extended to go how many people are like that. They lead the state it, you know, there are a lot of great things about state. I mean, obviously, we always talk about tonight. We don't have any mountains. We do have some lakes. We know our limitations, but you know, that's all part of it. But you know, that's part of what you have had mountains, and it wouldn't be special. You get what you get these great people of character. Right. Like, you and me, exactly. But seriously, you've got super sunsets. Mr. Eisenhower for one he's talking about politics fellow by the name of Alfred Landon and his daughter who was. A US Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum there's a couple of people Amelia Earhart. I mean, terrific people from Kansas. Barry, Barry Sanders. Sanders. Dan, Glickman, Dan Glickman, meet people from Kansas. So I I'm with you. I I can't imagine. I guess I could live in another state of have do. I don't want to this is a good place. That's that's why you stayed here. Celebrate Kansas day today. It is Kansas state. Police say a fifty three year old woman was trapped for three days in the elevator of the Manhattan townhouse owned by billionaire investment banker Warren Stevens, he was rescued yesterday. After authorities responded to a nine one one call from the home near central park, firefighters, freed the housekeeping employees after forcing entry into the elevator. Stevens family issued a statement calling a Meritas four LIZA a valued member of the Stephen's extended family for eighteen years said they were relieved thankful that. She is doing well at a New York hospital where she arrived suffering from dehydration again. You think about that somebody three days in an elevator? It would not be pleasant was not pleasant. Nope. And I would just be screaming. My head off hour after hour to my voice gave I don't know what she did. Obviously, she probably tried to do that. And nobody was nobody could hear her, and nobody paid attention. Yeah. I mean, you're desperate on day one. Then another day goes by and nothing happens in that third. You'd almost you probably start to think. Well, is this it in being in the cramped cramped like that? Oh, now, let's talk a little bit about Super Bowl coming up this weekend. A lot of a lot of talk about that. But of course, the New England Patriots and LA Rams and. And since legal sports books began popping up in states outside of the Americans. We'll have a lot riding on this game from friendly. Wagers to barroom pools to traditional betting with bookmakers both legal and illegal in estimated six billion dollars will be wagered by Americans on the Super Bowl. That's according to survey results released by the American gaming association. That's a trade group representing the casino industry. I would imagine that's a little light. When you say, you're probably right. Just just guys like you. Megyn Kelly says you're such a big patriots fan. You take the patriots for five bucks or something? Like that. No. We don't do that. We never wager on anything. Nearly ten percent of American adults ten percent plan to bet on the Super Bowl in one way or another. According to the survey, and they are divided on which team to back. Fifty two percent. Of the twenty two zero one survey two thousand two hundred people surveyed said they would bet on the Rams the other forty eight percent on the patriots about that. So they should wind betting on the Rams, maybe more. More money that way. I don't know. That doesn't even enter my mind what betting on the Super Bowl that has never ever occurred to me is something I would want to do. The brother-in-law who always says who loves sports love sports and loves to watch. But he says it's always a little bit better. If you've got some money on, obviously, if you're invested in county more exciting. Some money. But my luck is always been in any kind of gambling situation, you might as well just handed, the money's goodbye and walk away. 'cause number win. How many lottery tickets have you bought Powerball tickets bought maybe two in my imagine about where I am. It's just it's not something that doesn't really occur to me. It's interesting though, my money away on that. I've always from the time. I was a little guy always knew that. You know, if you want something, you gotta earn. It you got to put on some effort. If you want anything worthwhile that they're human beings say, well, maybe I can do it the easy way. And I don't have to put any effort into it other than buying too. But I'm too lazy to even buy a ticket on the same way. Going into the win in Las Vegas and put a twenty dollar Bill and the machine it sucked it in. And I pushed one button and. And I'm like, well that was pretty quick way for me to lose twenty bucks. You're a quick learner. That wasn't very good at all. I'm going to stop doing this time in Las Vegas one time play a nickel slots, and I think I I one dollars one time. And that's a that's a lot of Nichols. That's almost about half of what I've already put into this. Anyway, we're not big gambler. I guess not folks are going to be betting on that game. You know, it come Sunday seven forty two now Stephen Ted here.
"dan glickman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Is eleven thirty three currently in perry it's just sixty five degrees here in des moines we have cloudy sky at seventy two degrees my colleague henry miller of the hoover institution with his colleague john course writing most recently at the washington examiner about the convergence of two worlds the organic food theory how to raise food and the idea of genetically modified foods that we enjoy routinely in america in fact we enjoy them on planet earth that's why it's okay for seven billion people right now however you put together the organic food discipline and you combine it with something called the national organic standards you run up against a controversy about what is organic and what is not what is proper for the organic label in the united states henry a very good evening to you this is not logical you have taught me very carefully that organic food is a marketing skill good for them they're making money forty seven billion is the number you use in your most recent article for twenty sixteen that's an increase each year so they're selling very well but they have standards national standards that they've established that the us acknowledges i did not think to ask you ever henry if those standards collided with the genius of gmo it doesn't make sense to me that they care about what the food is it's how it's raised how does this work for them henry good evening to you good evening john well as you said the the standards are completely arbitrary they came to pass in the year two thousand when usda promulgated these organic standards and actually usda had proposed that modern genetic engineering techniques were would be appropriate within the organic certification but they received so many comments when this went out for public comment that objected to that and objected to irradiation of foods to kill pathogens as to be included that they prohibited both of those and it's interesting that if you if you go back to the time that these standards were promulgated secretary of agriculture dan glickman said at the time i secretary for the democratic party serving bill clinton so we're not looking at some republicans chicanery here please continue.
"dan glickman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Typist and oh gosh oh shucks and culpa really that's why i didn't use your name bill that's why didn't use your name hillary see these are fictional characters there and it's really not you and and then of course it was made into a movie but it wasn't technically about the clintons but wink wink it was and at the same time joke line had to or insisted on remaining anonymous when he published the book which was then made into a movie so he got rich off it and everything and in reality it was very sympathetic it was very compassionate it wasn't it wasn't really very negative or hard hitting at all honestly ya ya ya all right let's see i have a lot of other items to get to as well and i love the chris dodd chris dodd took over the former democrat senator from connecticut christopher dodd who captured around with ted kennedy all the time took over the job as head of the motion picture association from originally was jack valenti that ran the motion picture association for forty years or something like that jack valenti was of course a john f kennedy white house staffer and then he went to the hollywood motion picture thing then dan glickman i think it was dan glickman wasn't it that took over another he was a democrat member of congress as well and then it's hollywood after all and then they turn it off to a handed off to the democrat senator from connecticut because after all once in a while he used to go to the movies and of course primary colors when it went to the screen was written by elaine may who is a major democrat party activists in effect and it's also incestuous it's just it's just impossible to dissect all of the incest in washington dc with elaine may elaine may ish tar you know all of that high quality stuff.
"dan glickman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"What do consumers really want in this modern world and what is the role of marketing and advertising in this process and a lot of discussion of urban agriculture like vertical farming buildingup consortium to figure out how you can produce crop particularly fruits and vegetables in maybe nonprofessional ways and of course we end up with the farm bill which thank goodness i'm not an expert in any more and it's complicated by the fact that there seems to be a collision between the people who want to preserve snap largely in its current form and people who want to make major changes in the snap program i think there are fewer differences on the farm and commodity titles than there are in this particular one and myself i think nothing's perfect but snap works pretty well to be honest with you we are the only country in the world that has a program a massive multi billion dollar program helping people eat and get a nutritious diet nobody else in the world they have other social type programs and they have ad hoc programs so we should not be using snap is a way to conduct some sort of major welfare reform when i don't think that we need it i do think the end and snap needs to be reinforced it's not just a quantity program it is a quality and nutrition program as well and we really need to focus much more of that than anything else dan glickman for agriculture secretary now with the bipartisan policy center is closed by saying i mentioned a kind of a movie analogy but some of you may remember the movie the graduate with dustin hoffman and remember the famous word that is prospective father in law gave him as advice for the future that word was plastics and then remember he said well what what do i do he says son there's only one thing just remember this word plastics and and i'm from that generation because i saw that movie i think in one thousand nine hundred sixty six and i was a senior in college and.
"dan glickman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Food deserts lack of medical education training most doctors are really not trained most health professionals are not really trained in the site science of nutrition but at the same time it does seem to me that good a program that's based on health and the fastest growing part of the federal budget approaching almost a trillion dollars or health costs in large part because of chronic diseases caused because caused because of diet and related factors that we should at least be open to looking at this issue and dan glickman is a former agriculture secretary yesterday at a consumer federation of america conference it's a tough public policy issue because a lot of the retailers aren't really happy with this proposal and some of the anti hunger groups aren't happy with the proposal because there's a belief that we shouldn't treat snap recipients any different than non snap recipients i understand those proposals those issues but the healthcare implications are so monumental for our country that we at least have to be open to the fact that there is this other side of the equation which is the public health side of the equation and by the way there are some good signs happening out there farmers markets are increasing helping people buy fruits and vegetables more easily available we have doubled up bucks programs more states are beginning to require phys ed although it's sometimes very expensive for them but nutrition has to be a big part of the game a few years back i was on a council on foreign relations program on noncommunicable diseases in the developing world so these were diseases like cardiac cardiovascular diseases diabetes arthritis cancer not diseases like malaria and in working through this report i was amazed at how little attention was given to nutrition now there was a lot of attention given to stopping smoking which is a great idea and getting more pharmaceuticals into the developing world but nutrition hadn't made its way into this discussion very much and it's just as big a problem the united states as it is in the developing world and so i i wanted to mention that to you because i'm sure it's a subject that that's going to come up and probably getting to get a fair amount of discussion just a couple of other things i wanted to discuss and one relates to the role of.
"dan glickman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Some of these same trends are happening in the food industry as well and we should dan glickman former agriculture secretary looks like in the long term how it affects consumers out affects particularly poor consumers that may not have quite the access that the more affluent consumers will have that's a big change in the business that's happening the third change has to do with nutrition and i have thought for some time that the relationship between diet nutrition health and agriculture have been four stove piped industries neither none of which have kind of worked together to blend to figure out how one relates to the other so pretty soon the dietary guidelines are going to be coming out actually twenty twenty i see kathy will tech in front of me she was involved in those things when she was at usda and usda hhs are just beginning to seek input on priority topics to be covered under these new rules and advisory panel is going to be appointed chosen soon and they're gonna want recommendations relative to sugar sodium dietary fibers and other basic nutrition items and you can be sure that every interest group every commodity group and in the world is going to want to try to influence these things but people's eating habits are changing and more and more health is becoming a bigger factor in what people are eating i know there was a french philosopher who said you are what you eat and one trend as i mentioned is the growing relationship of diet nutrition medicine and health and agriculture and here are the facts obesity among all levels of populations is not coming down now among school age populations there was some leveling off of trends towards higher obesity but just recently there were studies that showed that obesity is in fact going up the fastest growing part of the federal budget by far in a way is healthcare costs medicare and medicaid costs along with interest on the national debt and it looks like the defense budget are driving about ninety percent of the budget of the united states of america and those healthcare seizes are largely chronic diseases diseases like type two diabetes cardiovascular disease some form of cancers arthritis and and so they're caused this is this epoch of healthcare problems are caused by lifestyle changes obviously exercise but a big giant part of it is diet has to do.
"dan glickman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Goal of snap is to provide you know income security for people but we also wanted to provide nutritional security for people so we want to see if we can get more of the snap dollars going into fresh fruits and vegetables and obviously less going into sugar sweetened beverages anybody who's ever been on snap will tell you that the challenge is affording healthy food because healthy food is expensive we all know that how explained that challenge how it kids connected to this program well actually fresh fruits and vegetables even frozen fruits and vegetables are not necessarily any more expensive than processed foods now there are some food desert in this country where it's tough to get some of this fresher foods and that's another problem that as a as a country we have to work with but you have to realize snap is not only a program to get food into people's stomachs but it's to get healthier food in because the alternative is a higher degree of serious chronic diseases particularly diabetes which is costing the government hundreds of billions of dollars in excess cost of the medicaid program and through our healthcare system so what we what we're trying to do is to get our government and our private sector to and and agriculture community produce more fruits and vegetables and then at the same time strongly discourage the purpose of the purchase of of sugar sweetened beverages and we think you know trading the two makes a big big difference i'm not saying it's it's going to happen in a new york minute so to speak but it is important part of snap to be focused on nutrition and not just quantity of food dan hang on with us we're gonna take a quick break and come back more questions for you here on the opening bell but dan glickman former secretary of agriculture is here talking about the snap task force had the recommendations and we'll continue with dan right after we check traffic this morning at five seventeen but first we need to get you to work on time and safely in wgn traffic central mary van developed and traffic sponsored by dell i often kelly mad park.
"dan glickman" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"The attorney general as well uh dan glickman facts were you there's more breaking news we're following president trump gets closer and closer to releasing that controversial republican memo alleging fbi abuses sources say the president feels it will help them discredit the entire russia investigation that a us missile interceptor fails to hit its latest it's it's targeted this latest test will that encourage kim janghoon whose rushing ahead with his aggressive missile programme stay with us you're on the situation work he's income crazy a monster unleashed i caught a man obsessed swatch hatched a city in fear monday's onto your teeth the hunt for pure evil begins outlet at keller swac eyes fixed on the vessel a novel daniel brutal who give it had the kota fatty now's the man to do evil the aim is limited series ladies at 98 central on tnt following breaking news and a growing firestorm here in washington a senior administration official tells reporters president trump is old k with the releasing a very controversial republican mental alleging fbi surveillance abuses and the white house probably will inform congress about the decision as early as tomorrow a us official tells cnn the fbi still has grave concerns about this memo despite talk of possible reductions let's priggen our specialists so to discuss this and more gloria it looks like a lot is being done by the administration to call into question the entire integrity of the russia pro by moeller now that's right and that's what this is about this gives them away to muddy the waters not only the new nets memo but you're going to have an inspector general report that comes up probably some time next month that the administration believes will not be helpful to law enforcement and this allows them to.
"dan glickman" Discussed on Ringer University
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"dan glickman" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The border of iran national earthquake information specialist dan glickman says the seven point three magazines felt in a of the middle east uh uh uh has been poorly fell wide the all the way down to the emirates and and obviously up into turkey and iranian officials set of naples them hundred discover in fact the box on the floor ragnar ahead at the top for the second began in a row the marble superhero flick earned over fifty six milliondollar daddy's home to took second place with thirty million dollars in murder on the orient express pulled into third place with an estimated nian united flight one eight six one eight six seven from houston had to make an unexpected return to seattle today due to a possible uh uh the plane landed safely on the airline is in the process of getting passengers to houston as soon as possible road rages to blame for the arrest of a 33yearold man who allegedly shot at a car carrying two small children friday night police say the suspect reportedly fired several shots at the vehicle whose driver confronted him after believing he'd been cut off south of garfield street and park one round was uh car in the victim suspect trying to wipe him and sight when more shots were fired the victim back ought backed off and reported the incident to authorities so elliptical of your cairo 171 aspect on and off rain all day with the wind will pick up overnight into tomorrow gus around pita sound will likely be in the forty mph range we could see a wind advisory is monday right now it's 55 degrees in downtown seattle i'm carolina sariol this is cairo radio news 973 fm this is scouted from kurds in you're listening to the minute among gene.
"dan glickman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Congress for eighteen years so i am not it if i was born yesterday but here this guy that was kind of on trained with going to be in a position to potentially lead the world during a new nuclear holocaust and i i it the absurdity of it i think came to my mind in terms of the fact that how we need to take it very very seriously we'll just to return finally to your experiences in that that that brief few hours in which that power was theoretically a new one mishap away from being in your hands do you think that fundamental you'd eased too much powerful one human being to have entirely to themselves well my my hope is is that there is a collective process within the white house where the national security adviser the joint chiefs of staff and the secretary of defense and state care are involved in some and the military commanders are involved in some sort of instantaneous processed and i've thought about this in advance and they've worked out both systems in advance to try to deal with them you know as expeditiously as possible on and but but my but the congress just cannot remove it fell from oversight are congressman biggest role as as the appropriators of dollars and it's basically the protectors of basic human liberties and rights and in at least in the united states needs to make sure that the processes there are a well planned and the executions are well planned and we've thought about all the potential problems human mistake technological mistake cyber mistakes that could theoretically happen and so uh you know look i think we've done a worm were much better shape on than we were uh a long time ago but it that power still reside and the chief executive of the united states as the commander in chief of the armed forces dan glickman former us secretary of agriculture and.
"dan glickman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Well i i mean i guess the stakes involved i mean look he's uh uh i agree with you in terms of his ability to uh to to comfort a the mom of a of a fallen soldier uh but the stakes that we're talking about right i mean are huge are are huge you know it millions of the right the world will recover from his inability to function like a normal human being when it comes to drawing able to say i'm sorry about the loss of your of your of your son who died in uh you know putting aside this the validity of the exercises news in um but uh you know my concern is where is that line like at what point eight flow we are already pass their me i i tweeted something that dan glickman a former secretary of agriculture he was he was your once um during a presidential administration uh designated as the designated survivor and and and the nuclear football followed him any any wrote a piece in politico the other day that said that he shouldn't have had that power no single person to have that power even though you know you anticipate well the reason that the president has you have the shortterm decision decisionmaking is in case the united states as an attack and an allout attack but donald trump is a very different kind of person and it's making a lot of people question whether this man on his own should have the singular authority to launch nuclear weapons at any one and i think we need to rethink that immediately right but he does in it doesn't appear that people are and i guess the question is there you know look uh lindsey graham i saw television couple of months ago saying if there is a a war in a if we if there's a war in the korean peninsula it's not gonna really impact us um i mean he will busy graham is wrong it will create a global depression.
"dan glickman" Discussed on WDRC
"Dan glickman exactly uh if we l e greek young lady reality eight uh police officers who uh he lied team um you eat into a uh each kagu in baltimore an in murray intense lee uh hinckley plunked areas that is hoped to donnelly black or white and blocked and use all they can asian aleo literally pluralism long he'll he'll need at least not a huge unity's y y it's that were never going to give the true story out of the uh the mainstream media it's not going to happen because uh that doesn't do the truth dozen drier their agenda nor does it support their narrative i mean if you look at this even the washington post a even the washington post uh just verve seventeen uh unarmed black men out of a population of twenty million i mean if you you crunch the numbers and you're more white philippi be struck by lightning which you don't stay in homes saying i'm on frei drew a walk outside i'll give it by wiping amin you don't hear the truth anymore so how how do we turn this message around you'll i wish i really wish i had years he you will this is something that we have to battle literally every single day bhutto's bush who or or eight knowledgeable about what the realities or aren't realities an fully will we have seen yo it to the carpool the requires the leadership owed policing in the nation true to limb sold to be cowardly my cleveland there're you illusory role a nationwide were innovation luke police show and have you heard much tim you've heard much limit all nothing because they're afraid were freed there there are so politically correct led at the last international tuesday cookies complete would you be organisation the leaders of the outgoing president of the association look jive four police racism in the 1940s and cookies asserting your wars all he do in ah in essence was perpetuate be the argument books out there in the narrative instead of saying you know what look at all the great thing laura cops or dui or if you wanna get down to it look at how our concert dying wind do view on press within reach due to do to violence wildly or protecting the.
"dan glickman" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM
"Me opening up in moves drew read the girl now which is you and me you don't give out clear out there he noises the be monday xiaomi for one thing that's known me on a change in the way that you did me i just wanna have fun entry rowdy again skipper langley ecocide the by girlsonly for rally excuse me die no other when the media was ecstatic with thomas gyp that down for me kaby that there's an adequately and the crowd booed on you can answer me so good show swing the me will be no one ever when the news staggered that down early jerry god bless you grab dan glickman gay good ubuntu glen she goes further down the word arrived as he got a buzz buzz visu burma's only bullets at the club down applicable mamand unopened if you bought the villa better jazz maybe bill will not be any during goes down daniele battle in the news established ship that down for me gedi at present a globally and grab her yuchengoo answer me so good gene goma his wingman anthony maybe that'll unamir stifle thomas kit that down from me for me yet again then gonna strip that governs of the day yeah camila girl competitive death there are many gay the 371 la liam neeson hello matzah i feel like a madman mine the phil like my life vein mine whoa no i didn't take in my time nothing like a minimum mine if unlike my life my i don't wanna pay this god this woman really from the limits i took a lot if they know it other praying for somebody to say no went so well wicket like don't even know it i know what i know what martin deep down the case showing another adam placed karma manila had nobody call them up where you pay when you sign him on family life with a wedding gerald levin mom the film fame a few months time it felt like my name i want unit cohen she added day one when she added and let me tell you why is that then split in these edward snowden see you my friend thank god you were you are will you go and reason was it pastrana set a little the man right that in the military avaaz was the filling my fame rhode island minimum though i'm in my time a minimum select my life a finally want a pay.
"dan glickman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"About colin kaepernick and here's what he had to say about the nfl for what colin cap not disrespect our country our flag are anthem you cannot mario god beer business you not the commissioner the nfl roger goodell it'll tell you they could aventis further and they could have suspended a representative third time for the season and you would never had a problem but i will tell you you cannot disrespect our country our flag are anthem you cannot magno god their business you not the commissioner the nfl roger goodell it'll tell you ought to try to run the world right i don't know why he's so concerned i dunno of christ i really feel like this whole thing if they would it is if you want to nail nail if you want stance dan glickman cutting hugh what does it have to do with the president of the united states nothing he has other things to worry about i just feel like the constitution respected at all times in of people have the right to protest and allow him the right to protest period wrong with it but will but what does it have to do the president is he gonna be is he gonna start telling me how to raise muslim just that you these view don't want people disrespecting the flag of the united states of america wants to protest the protest but that's okay people have the right to protest man respect the constitution irate and i just wanna make shall we acknowledge puerto rico now they're death toll has risen to forty five in at least one hundred thirteen people remain unaccounted for so a lot of people are having issues also with the drinking water they said when the year in of infected animals gets into drinking water people are dying from that and well can contaminated wetter so right now eighty nine percent of the island still has no electricity almost 47 percent has now phone service and a lot of the banks there are closed as well even though they are making progress is still a lot more to be done shelter california listeners to i.
"dan glickman" Discussed on WDRC
"A certain kind protection but the organic farmers use a little bit differently bait do and and organic farming and distribution and sales might be cold fraud from farm to fork and you're referring to the form part of the throw it in the tech least dares a form a crump insurance scheme federal ganic farmers have been indulging in and what happens if if there's a crop failure via children's paved the farmers for the lawsuit and so what clerides organic farmers had been doing it pretending to cold gray aircraft and not expand be any any uh the money on on water or on aren't chemicals or on gilts peru for a on a tractor uh here in effect put in allow we recall a drone lamping it just not doing it and then ended a growing season the inspector comes out and certifies that indeed there's there's been a crop failure yield 200 and they get patroness and how does that work i mean how is it that the the federal folks who are overseeing is since this a federal government program and not a private industry insurance how is it that these folks are signing off that actual farming took place when it sounds like anybody who's knowledgeable could tell that real farming did not take place that i mean in saying well i tried to do this it didn't work so i get the insurance well that like you said that fraud in in the any other venue it's pruitt and an apparently it's if now source so it's not federal inspectors it's uh it's people who were certified to be inspectors and undoubtedly money changes hands as a result of this so this is really conspiracy and fraud and and a terrible ripple so that's the form portion of cook this but it but there's floored in in every aspect of this uh there's poured in the the advertising on is promoted by the federal government to the tune of one hundred sixty four million dollars a year oh triggered organic program de beer even though even know from its inception on the secretary of agriculture dan glickman during the clinton administration when the organic standards were adopted very clearly this is a marketing tool there is no implied advantage in nutrition or safety or old or quality or anything else it's a marketing tool.