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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"No brain surgeon, but you know what I'm saying? He's one smart guy. You know that he separated twins. That was my twin brother in high eye. Yeah. But you guys were you guys were getting into it, arguing about climate change or something, and he separated you with a level of diplomatic finesse that only Ben Carson could pull that off. He separated a lot of twins, some unintentionally. Well anyway, the thing is that we've got to get serious folks, enough goofing around about Ben Carson. Let's get back to, I don't know, I guess now that Biden has been among the royals. He is himself styling himself his incontinent highness. And so that's really the proper title. His incontinent highness Joe Biden, we know that a lot of bad things happened when he was around the Pope. Something really, really unpleasant happened. And all I'll say is, oh my goodness, it was ugly. It went a step further than the incident, the recent incident with Camilla Parker Bowles with Camilla, it was only audible and it was gaseous. Let's put it that way. I think it approached a solid state or solid or liquid state when he was in the presence of the Pope. So he decided to pull it back to another state of matter, the gaseous when he was with Camilla Parker Bowles because as we know she's not, she's not standing in the shoes of the fishermen, saying that's right. And the Pope could forgive him. Yeah. At the moment. Yes. That's right. Well, is that a Marxist virtue? Well, all right. Well, listen, we should say this to our audience since we're being really silly to the point of losing our audience. Let's get serious for a second. If you want to, we'd like you to go to my pillow dot com or Frank speech dot com. There are some giganto sales now. You have to use the code Eric. But they're huge huge sales because Mike lindell.

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Very well as a prophylactic. In fact, if you go to western Africa, almost all the countries along there, you have to take a hydroxychloroquine or an equivalent anti malarial. And their incidents of COVID is much, much lower than ours. And that's not a coincidence. But it's hard to get hydrochloroquine. Yeah, because of politics. You know, hydrochloric politics is killing people is what you're telling me. Been used for 60 or 70 years. And it's safe. And we know that. And I think there's really no reason that we should have had hundreds of thousands of people dying. But as you and probably many people know in order to get the vaccine and to get an EUA and emergency use authorization, you can not have another effective treatment. Therefore, you have to sort of say those things don't work. I think it's criminal quite frankly. Well, in your typically calm way, you're saying what would make me scream? It is criminal. It's called killing people in the name of politics, murdering people. It's astonishing. We've come to this place in America. So now you said I've been told I've ever met in works as a prophylactic as does hydrochloroquine that taking vitamin D vitamin C, keeping your immune system healthy, all of those things go a long way toward keeping the virus at bay. There are a lot of things that work even so out of there. Works very well. But here is the stuff that you and Mike lindell is that still available. That's the oleander extract? Yeah, it's still available. And the records for using it are fabulous, but it seems like the FDA at one point was very interested in it. And then all of a sudden silence, complete okay, so but the Sarah ver is available through my pillow dot com. Is it still available there? No, no. It's not. I think you have to go to a. I don't think it's associated with my pillow anymore. Wow. I mean, this is just criminal. Well, let's get to American cornerstone and little patriots learning. We just have a few minutes left. But what else have you been working on? Well,.

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks, I'm talking to Ben Carson, doctor Ben Carson, former head of hud and general American heroes first. I'm concerned that there are many things I want to ask you about in a limited time we have just to go back to my question before the break. What can people do? It seems that the medical establishment is at least confused if not putting out bad information. What do you think people can do? Well, well there are a lot of physician groups, a medical groups who have sort of been silenced or people trying to cancel them because they are talking about the alternative. They're alternatives are very effective. Ivermectin, incredibly effective. As a prophylactic or when you first get the disease. When you get to disease not as a prophylactic hijacked chloroquine works very well as a prophylactic. In fact, if you go to western Africa, almost all the countries along there, you have to take a hydroxychloroquine or an equivalent anti malarial. And their incidents of COVID is much, much lower than ours. And that's not a coincidence. But it's hard to get hydrochloroquine. Yeah, because of politics. You know, hydrochloric politics is killing people is what you're telling me. Been used for 60 or 70 years. And it's safe. And we know that. And I think there's really no reason that we should have had hundreds of thousands of people dying. But as you and probably many people know in order to get the vaccine and to get an EUA and emergency use authorization, you can not have another effective treatment. Therefore, you have to sort of say those things don't work. I think it's criminal quite

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Dr. Ben Carson Describes the Politics of Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Ben Carson Describes the Politics of Hydroxychloroquine

"Hey folks, I'm talking to Ben Carson, doctor Ben Carson, former head of hud and general American heroes first. I'm concerned that there are many things I want to ask you about in a limited time we have just to go back to my question before the break. What can people do? It seems that the medical establishment is at least confused if not putting out bad information. What do you think people can do? Well, well there are a lot of physician groups, a medical groups who have sort of been silenced or people trying to cancel them because they are talking about the alternative. They're alternatives are very effective. Ivermectin, incredibly effective. As a prophylactic or when you first get the disease. When you get to disease not as a prophylactic hijacked chloroquine works very well as a prophylactic. In fact, if you go to western Africa, almost all the countries along there, you have to take a hydroxychloroquine or an equivalent anti malarial. And their incidents of COVID is much, much lower than ours. And that's not a coincidence. But it's hard to get hydrochloroquine. Yeah, because of politics. You know, hydrochloric politics is killing people is what you're telling me. Been used for 60 or 70 years. And it's safe. And we know that. And I think there's really no reason that we should have had hundreds of thousands of people dying. But as you and probably many people know in order to get the vaccine and to get an EUA and emergency use authorization, you can not have another effective treatment. Therefore, you have to sort of say those things don't work. I think it's criminal quite

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:31 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"With doctor Ben, Carson, who has so many things I could use to describe him, I will just say that let's just say he was one of the top of brain surgeons in the world. We'll leave it at that. 60 honorary doctorates. That's just showing off doctor Carson. Was that really necessary? That's just embarrassing. Now, now let me ask you a question. What's the last time you got an NRA doctor? 'cause you know, I think once you get with the Trump gang, those invitations go away. Oh, there's no question about that. A couple of years. It's kind of funny, isn't it? Suddenly, suddenly you're not so wonderful. What happened to you? And once people discover that you're conservative or that you don't follow the thinking that they envision. But that's all the more reason that we have to continue to fight. We have to fight for the freedom in our country. Freedom of speech, freedom of thought. And all you have to do is think back to Venezuela. I've been visited Venezuela a number of times before they turn directly socialists. Very prosperous country. Number one economy in South America, beautiful hotels and resorts and museums and shopping centers. The biggest controversy that the people had was whether or not they were the most beautiful people in the world. That's what they talked about all the time. And now look at them. Worst economy in South America, people fleeing for their freedom, almost overnight. And if you don't think that that can happen in this country, no country ever thinks it can happen there, and then it happens. And that's why we have to so jealously, guard our freedoms, and when we see them slipping away in any manner, be it a vaccine mandate or anything else, we really have to be willing to stand up for what we believe in. Well, speaking of which, many people that I love and respect can't even try to take seriously the idea that multiple scores of millions of Americans genuinely believe that the last presidential election was fixed was something was off. You can't even talk about it. Even people that I just love would mock me if I brought it up because they seem to have so decided that this is not worth discussing. But you're one of the few people out there that is willing to say what I try to say once in a while that you can not have in America unless most people really believe that these kinds of shenanigans and corruption don't happen. And I think we have to ask ourselves, why would we think they wouldn't happen? We've seen a level of lying with the Russia collusion, hoax and other things that are virtually unprecedented in our lifetimes. Why wouldn't we think that an election wouldn't be stolen? Who do we think we're dealing with on the other side that they wouldn't do that if they could do that? Did you have anything to say about that? Because I'm just astonished that there's still so many people there just they won't dare to go in that direction. And I will not be cowed on that issue. Well, what I would simply say is if you still the cookie some of the cookie jar, the last thing you want if somebody to investigate what's going on with the cookie jar. So you make it, you prohibit people from talking about the cookie jar or even going near it. And if you had nothing to hide, you wouldn't care. They could make a monument to the cookie dough or use concern. You wouldn't care. So obviously that makes people suspicious. And I think it's so important to fundamental issue when it comes to a democratic republic to have a system that people can trust. And we should be devoting a significant amount of time and effort right now to making sure that we have a system that is transparent and that everybody can feel confident about. We can't just have a system where one side thinks is great and the other side thinks that it's horrible. But you don't think that that adjudicating what happened in the last election is on the table anymore? I've always said that it should be investigated. The evidence should be looked at. A lot of people say, but they've looked at it over and over and over and over again. If you count the same inappropriate material, you can count it a thousand times. You're going to come up with the same thing. You have to do a deep dive. You have to look at all the allegations that were made. And if they're not true, let's prove them untrue. So you think it's worth doing that? And is anybody out there that you know of engaged in anything along those lines? Well, I know that Mike lindell has been working on it very hard. And there are a few other people who are perhaps less visible. I think Mike lindell is a very interesting person. If you read his book, there's actually no reason that he should be alive. Absolutely no reason. So he must be around for a reason. And maybe this is it, but you know, I always encourage no matter what your ideology is. Let's have some transparency. Let's find out what's going on. Said, for instance, during the election, that the computers were not hooked up to the Internet. And then we find out that they are hooked up to the Internet. That in and of itself is reason to investigate. Since you're a medical doctor, I have to ask you, you had COVID. It hit you pretty hard. If somebody gets COVID today, I would say there's a host of things that you can do, whether Ivermectin, hydrochloroquine, there's all kinds of things you can do. But many people in the medical establishment are themselves unaware of these things. They, you know, they send you to the hospital, get on a ventilator. They don't really seem to be aware of what's necessary to do. Forgive me, we're going to a break. I always ask the biggest questions just before we go to a break. Folks I'm talking to doctor Ben, Carson, go to American cornerstone dot org to find out what he's doing American cornerstone dot org and.

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I have the joy and privilege to speak with doctor Ben, Carson, who has so many things I could use to describe him, I will just say that let's just say he was one of the top of brain surgeons in the world. We'll leave it at that. 60 honorary doctorates. That's just showing off doctor Carson. Was that really necessary? That's just embarrassing. Now, now let me ask you a question. What's the last time you got an NRA doctor? 'cause you know, I think once you get with the Trump gang, those invitations go away. Oh, there's no question about that. A couple of years. It's kind of funny, isn't it? Suddenly, suddenly you're not so wonderful. What happened to you? And once people discover that you're conservative or that you don't follow the thinking that they envision. But that's all the more reason that we have to continue to fight. We have to fight for the freedom in our country. Freedom of speech, freedom of thought. And all you have to do is think back to Venezuela. I've been visited Venezuela a number of times before they turn directly socialists. Very prosperous country. Number one economy in South America, beautiful hotels and resorts and museums and shopping centers. The biggest controversy that the people had was whether or not they were the most beautiful people in the world. That's what they talked about all the time. And now look at them. Worst economy in South America, people fleeing for their freedom, almost overnight. And if you don't think that that can happen in this country, no country ever thinks it can happen there, and then it happens. And that's why we have to so jealously, guard our freedoms, and when we see them slipping away in any manner, be it a vaccine mandate or anything else, we really have to be willing to stand up for what we believe

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Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Ben Carson on Continuing the American Fight for Freedom

"I have the joy and privilege to speak with doctor Ben, Carson, who has so many things I could use to describe him, I will just say that let's just say he was one of the top of brain surgeons in the world. We'll leave it at that. 60 honorary doctorates. That's just showing off doctor Carson. Was that really necessary? That's just embarrassing. Now, now let me ask you a question. What's the last time you got an NRA doctor? 'cause you know, I think once you get with the Trump gang, those invitations go away. Oh, there's no question about that. A couple of years. It's kind of funny, isn't it? Suddenly, suddenly you're not so wonderful. What happened to you? And once people discover that you're conservative or that you don't follow the thinking that they envision. But that's all the more reason that we have to continue to fight. We have to fight for the freedom in our country. Freedom of speech, freedom of thought. And all you have to do is think back to Venezuela. I've been visited Venezuela a number of times before they turn directly socialists. Very prosperous country. Number one economy in South America, beautiful hotels and resorts and museums and shopping centers. The biggest controversy that the people had was whether or not they were the most beautiful people in the world. That's what they talked about all the time. And now look at them. Worst economy in South America, people fleeing for their freedom, almost overnight. And if you don't think that that can happen in this country, no country ever thinks it can happen there, and then it happens. And that's why we have to so jealously, guard our freedoms, and when we see them slipping away in any manner, be it a vaccine mandate or anything else, we really have to be willing to stand up for what we believe

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Our constitution was designed for a moral and religious people. And as inadequate for the governance of any other. When you have people who really don't care about what anybody else thinks, it's not designed for that kind of individual or that kind of government. And it's going to be the people who stop it. It's not going to be the government. It stops it. Because what the governments do, they grow the expand they infiltrate and they dominate. Just like lions, lines aren't bad animals because they kill gazelles and eat them. That's what buying to do. And that's what governments do. And that's why our founders work so hard on our constitution to give the people a tool to control the government. But there must be courageous and knowledgeable enough to use it. What are some of the things that folks can do? I get that question all the time. And now I have Ben Carson as my guest. Doctor Carson, what can some folks do out there? And what are some of the things that you're working on? Well, I think most important things are not to be silent. Not to stand in the corner with your head down and hope that somebody doesn't call you a nasty name or try to cancel you. Because you can't be the land of the free, if you're not also the home of the brave. So we had a wonderful example last week in Virginia. As people actually stood up, Democrats, Republicans, independents, they all stood up and said, you know, we're in charge. You're not in charge, government. You work for us. We don't work for you. This is what people have to begin to do. If they don't do it, the government will take complete control of all of our lives. Well, it's interesting because it seems to me that things have gotten so extremely bad that many people who would ordinarily keep sleeping are waking up. So that is the good news that there are people that just never dreamt that we could have gas prices soaring grocery prices soaring, literally millions of people. Coming across our unnecessarily our borders. Well, for sure, the supply chain problems, weakness around the world, losing many, many billions, dollars of medical, sorry, a military equipment to our enemies, just levels of horror that I think almost nobody could have believed would happen this quickly. And you know, it wouldn't have had to happen. And it doesn't have to happen if people don't adopt a my way or the highway type of attitude. You know, when it comes to energy, for instance, you know, we had the cleanest air in the clinic's water since it was measurable during the last administration. And still, we were able to become energy independent and be a net exporter of energy and have that whole aspect of our lives under our own control. And then, you know, comment, we destroy all of that, which obviously is going to have a tremendous impact on people because of the prices of energy that are going up. What would intelligent people do? Intelligent people would say, we've got all this. We've got energy independence. And we also want green renewable energy. There's absolutely no reason that we can't keep what we have and work on what we want and be able to do a substitution as time allows. And as technology allows. That's where the smart person with the well, is it so much that they're not smart as it is that they are driven by ideology. In other words, if we were dealing with logic that would be one thing, but it seems to me that today's left and this administration of sorts, whatever it is, this conglomeration of people claiming to be the administration, that they're driven by an ideology that it doesn't make intellectual sense. There's something else going on. We're going to a break. We're going to come back with doctor Ben Carson folks, do not go away. Hey, folks Eric taxes here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and.

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Dr. Ben Carson Shares His Thoughts on COVID-19 Vaccines

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Ben Carson Shares His Thoughts on COVID-19 Vaccines

"Doctor Ben Carson, welcome to the program. Thank you, always good to be with you. We can't do like a fun cooking segment with you where like we do a little brain surgery and you show us the latest techniques. So we're gonna have to talk about more we're going to talk about less serious things than brain surgery. I want to talk to you about first of all, you've got a number of projects going on that I'm excited about. You've got the American cornerstone institute. But literally yesterday, you talked a little bit, I think it was yesterday about the vaccine and the risks from some of these vaccines that were theoretically not allowed to talk about, which I find really outrageous. And I said, since we're having you on the program, maybe you could talk a little bit about your thoughts on what these vaccines can do in our blood to our hearts. I'm just hearing all kinds of disturbing reports. Well, first of all, recognize that getting a vaccine as quickly as we got it was quite a miraculous thing. It required a lot of people working together and it probably saved a lot of lives. Having said that, there's a lot of talk about whether or not we should be following the science. And we absolutely should be looking at benefits versus risk and recognizing that in America, we have the best medical care system that exists anywhere in the world. And we have highly trained very skilled physicians and practitioners. And why in that case does it make any sense at all for the government to be mandating anything that has to do with health? What we should be doing is encouraging people to go to their healthcare provider who knows what their individual situation is. One size fits all does not work in medicine. I can tell you from working for decades and medicine. It just doesn't

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"A lot of people don't know the comedian Soupy Sales was in the original shadow lands and in the one with Deborah winger and Anthony Hopkins. That role was played by professor Irwin Corey. Anyway, so that's tomorrow Norman stone, you should go to C. S. Lewis movie dot com. But Alban before we go to Ben Carson, the brain surgeon, I want to say that I did an interview with the Babylon bee. You listen to it. I didn't have the guts to listen to it. It was terrific, really. It was very funny, very funny. But it was very in depth. I mean, I got into all kinds of stuff. They basically said to me, okay, Eric, we got to talk about the elephant in the room. You went from being a Christian intellectual to like a violent Trump supporter. They basically said that. Yes. And I had to sit there and take it as though it were true. You know, and but the point is that I love those guys. I love the Babylon B very much so but so you think that it was funny because they didn't seem to be as funny as you'd expect them to be writing for the Babylon bee. And they thought I would be funnier, but the point is we talked about really serious stuff. That's right. But I thought you were funny because again you didn't really try to be. You just got to answer their questions and they were like, it was very, people have to go and watch it at the Babylon B website. You'll see it right there. It's featured. Actually, I mean, I talk about some very serious stuff I talk about. I blocked Phil visser on Twitter. Now he's a friend. I really talk about you know we're living in such divided times. And if you disagree with me politically, I still love you and want to be your friend. I don't care if you disagree with me. We don't even have to talk about these things. Sometimes it's preferable not to talk about them. But there are some people who, you know, even though I want to be their friends that they can only talk about why they think I'm lying or something flattering usually like that. But I just want to say that when we come back, we're talking to Ben Carson and at the end of the hour we're going to circle back to the incontinence, bru ha ha. On the other side of the pond, oh my goodness, folks, don't go away. You're a little touch. Angie baby. Lovers. And they were folks. I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Taubman have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or the three week quick start.

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It is for its fans. I'm back in the studio album. I'm back in the store. We're back. I know. Does anybody care? I don't know. There are a lot of people that aren't watching this on video. And by the way, to the people listening on radio right now, shame on you. What is your problem? Yeah. Listen, maybe we're joking, but we do joke around, but I want to say this. I've been traveling everywhere. Yes. No, actually, I just broke my own rule. I want to say, in a moment, we'll be speaking with Ben Carson, brain surgeon. Wow. Yes. Ben Carson, brain surgeon. Can you think you'll look at this rash on my arm? Oh, sure. Sure. He has unguents and poultices, mustard plasters. He's got the range of things in his bag, and he'll hook us up. It's like Felix the cat hook us up. Yes. I know some people on the staff have horrible acne on their backs, and he knows how to deal with that. And anyway, he's a big deal. It's Ben Carson. He's going to be on this program. Any second. But before we go to Ben Carson, we have to talk about several other things. First of all, first of all, as I was saying earlier, I've been traveling. So I don't think I've ever traveled quite this much. So I'm almost literally dizzy and I yesterday I keep having to fly through Dallas. And it's just confusing, but I was in Wichita, Kansas. Before Wichita, Kansas, I was in Houston, I spoke at a church in Houston, grace, woodlands. This is one of those heroic churches. I want to tell you folks, if you get near The Woodlands, go to grace woodlands. The pastor is Steve riggle. I'm telling you, just one of those places where you want to know they exist. I was in Wichita, Kansas, and the folks in Wichita. There's organization there called culture shield network. Absolute heroes. I spoke a couple of nights ago. There had to be about 800 people there. Many of them listening to my speech. Wow. But we have to get to the most important thing. The current events. The current goodness. Actually, let me say this too. In our two we're not gonna Paul gottfried, he's written a book about anti fascism or fascism. Actually his two books once fascism and one is antifa. And they cancel each other out. So we're not. All right, and then tomorrow, we speak to my dear friend Norman stone. About his new film. Wow. You know about this? Oh, yeah. It's about C. S. Lewis. Great. And it is called if you actually, if you go to the website it's called the most reluctant convert. If you go to C. S. Lewis movie dot com, folks, C. S. Lewis, I'm giving you a hot tip, write this down. I don't care if you have to pull over. You do what you need to do. C. S. Lewis, movie, dot com, watch that shoulder there. C. S. Lewis movie dot com. And we're also having Brian kilmeade on from Fox News. We still talk to people from Fox News. Isn't that great? Okay, okay, but we have to talk about my Babylon bee interview. Yeah. But before that Alban, wow, we have talked about the hottest news of the day. The hottest news of the day is we have an incontinent leader of the free world. Not incompetent. Oh, yes, of course. He is incompetent and forgive me for even suggesting you may not be. But I don't want to insult your intelligence. But the fact is incontinence also has entered the picture. And the Twenty-fifth Amendment enables the government to invoke the Twenty-fifth Amendment to remove a president on the grounds of incontinence. If you listen to the program yesterday the day before, we covered this when he was at the G 6 summit, which I think Alban you said was the G 6 summit turned into the GI summit. Right. Well, because he has some pronounced GI issues. I think the gas line either ruptured or he threatened to cancel the gas line and his body rebelled and the bottom line is with in the presence of Camilla Parker Bowles who is styled the duchess of Cornwall. She looks a bit like a death's head, but she is the duchess. Listen, folks, you can laugh all you want. She's the duchess of Cornwall, and she stole Charles away from Diana, write that down. Well, well, Biden went from corn pop to Cornwall, it looked like. Yes. And that's what he's trying to, you know, he's trying to get in with the royals, but the bottom line is royal flush evidently something happens, something untoward, and that's putting it mildly a blast from the past, I guess you could say from the night before when he ate at Simpsons on the strand, and he had a little too much of the beef and you know, they have very rich foods there. They do. And anyway, at the G 6 summit, he, how do we put it? I just think there was a natural gas rupture or leak or some kind. And Camilla Parker Bowles grimmest horribly, so much so that she because she was in close proximity to the blast. Yeah. And if only feet away from the epicenter and she grimaced so, so dramatically, so violently that she's had to have what's it called facio maxillary surgery to restore her to her previous facial self. But anyway, I say this just because we want to cover the important issues on the program. We sometimes we joke around. But this was an international incident. I do wonder if he tried to like move furniture or something and try to make the sound like it, so we could say, oh, that was the furniture. I was moving the furniture. That wasn't that. Well, I got to tell you something. He moved he moved more than furniture. This guy. This is an international incident. And a lot of people believe that it was Biden's way, really of sending a message on behalf of Diana, the Prince of Wales, just to say, you know what? I'm not okay with what you did there. But he couldn't say it verbally. So he had to express it in another way. And I respect that. Yeah. It's like blinking SOS when you've been held by. Yeah, that's what I said the other day. It's kind of a just a way of getting out what otherwise would be you'd be unable to get it out, so to speak. And that's all the news for today folks. We're going to talk about we're going to talk about less serious things now. So we've got Paul, we've got Ben Carson coming up in our two we've got Paul gottfried tomorrow. We're talking to my friend Norman stone, the film director. Now he did the shadowlands for the BBC. That was great. Starring Joss ackland, Claire Bloom. Yes. And a lot of people don't know this in the role of Hugo Dyson Soupy Sales..

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"dr ben" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

Beyond Atheism

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"dr ben" Discussed on Beyond Atheism

"It is available for pre order, it officially it officially comes out on New Year's Eve. So if so, you know, you can't you can't wrap it up and put it under the tree for you. But you can pre order it and print out your receipt and use it as a stocking stuffer. That would actually shows up on New Year's Eve you can take a look at the nice cover art that had to drew at that go out and celebrate New Year's Eve and then with your and then when you're like kind of sluggish, should hug over the next day. Right? Yeah. Anything else you want to plug aside from your book? No, no, I think that's, I think that's good. So yeah, I think you mentioned GTA and ejaculate and all that at the beginning. I don't know, watch the Charlie Kirk to bed it's fun. Right. Yes, all right. All right. Yeah, thanks again for coming on, Ben. Yeah, thank you, good friend. Well, that was fantastic. That was doctor Ben Burgess. Nathan, what's your takeaway from Ben Burgess? Yeah, many things, I guess. Just to sort of pick up on the cancel culture thing we were talking about at the end. But I appreciate his perspective sort of acknowledging this is like a real phenomenon. And it is harmful. But at the same time not remaining on the left about it and not kind of descending into right-wing lunacy or whatever. Yeah, sort of exaggerating how widespread this isn't so on and yeah. So I think that was valuable. Yeah, he had a lot of nuance to it. A lot of the pieces connecting technology to attitudes to working conditions and how all these things are the factor into it. So it's not just. And there's multiple layers, wow, that was that it came on Fast & Furious like most of what he does. What was your takeaway from the Hitchens book? And his discussion of it. I think the really useful thing. I mean, in addition to being a good overview of Hitchens career and stuff, it's also just a good introduction in general to many other topics like one thing I learned more about is sort of the difference between Trotsky eats. Which hitched in the sort of claim to be and stalinists. Which this division goes back to the start of the Soviet Union. And yeah, I think and other things like he said in our conversation about religion and morality and stuff and there's a part about reparations reparations. Just the clintons. Because obviously Hitchens wrote about that. So it's about many of the topics like Hitchens touches on. But then you actually get a sort of introduction to all these different topics as well. Because even in the discussion, we barely touched on Hitchens atheism, which is intense in its long and it's throughout his at least 40 years.

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"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

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"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"And they were Well-spoken and well well-dressed and just terrific human beings who have been given the kind of chance that's necessary and that really is why we have families so that we can provide the foundation and support so we can put our young people on the right trajectory when they don't have that it puts them at a very distinct disadvantage extremely well said and it seems to be A problem that's almost seems unfixable. Here dr carr saieed. There's has to be a way is the way forward to reverse some of these Policies that are in place. Well what do you think is the best way going forward that we could start strengthening the nuclear families again because i think we could strengthen the nuclear families and bring maybe some god back into i think ninety percent of the problems we have in our country would go away oh. There's no question about that. But i met significant resistance on capitol hill Trying to change some of these policies that i think how many people in our political class actually want people to be dependent on them. And they're not necessarily happy get people into self sufficiency and productive. Lives i hate to say that. But i got that very distinct impression from talking to many of them but i think this country is of by 'em for the people and we have to demand better you know the kinds of values that allowed this to become a great nation. You know that's what american cornerstone has to about. Faith is one cornerstone community. The cornerstone liberty is a cornerstone and life and we build around those principles that allowed us to go from a ragtag bunch of militiamen to the pinnacle the world in record time and so much of that has to do with a stable family structure that gives the anchor to the young people as they're growing up. Sometimes rather turbulence situations wonderfully said there dr carson and then i know obviously i've heard you speak out before critical race theory has come to the forefront of conversations. Now it's something that's been around for forty years now. So why all of a sudden now is it come to the forefront here. What should parents be aware about critical race theory. You're correct it's been around for a long time. Even even more than forty is going way back to the fabius Who wanted to fundamentally change our society and create their utopian society. This they see as their best chance of doing it With the political climate being what it is right now and having the media in their hip pocket. it's sort of the perfect storm for them to really make a major change in america but in order to make a major change. You have to first create dissatisfaction so how better the create the satisfaction. Then tell the white people that you're evil at all year ancestors are even created all these problems and tell the minorities that all those people caused your problems and your victims and just try to divide everybody up making a very unpleasant situation to the point where people say this has got to change we. This is not working. We gotta do something else and That's the way that marxist generally create the kind of environment that the to revolutionary changes the question really will be. Are we smart. Enough are we. The people spend enough to see what's going on. I see signs of people waking up and you know if you look at the eight stages.

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"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"About the future when you have children and making sure that you do the things that will improve their future very well said and what would you consider The top values that you hope to instill in your kids growing up and how did that play out. They became adults themselves. I wanted them. First of all the the have a love for god and a love for their fellow man and to truly care about people and we frequently in when we were on vacation in particular would with see homeless people and we would we would have. The children gives them food. Go into the store and buy a bag of fruit for them. Give it to them And just started thinking about what was going on with them. The other thing that i did is i always watch television with the kids. I let him watch. Tv themselves So that we could talk about what was on there because some people try to shield their kids from everything that doesn't work because you can't show them forever so it's better that they see things with you so you have a chance to explain to them and give them a sense of what your values are. Yeah i love that. Dr carson is definitely become a lot more trying to do that with the social media not sivas social media just having access so you know all these different ipads and iphones It's definitely become more of a challenge to keep an eye monitor. All that stuff and one thing. I talk about my podcast. All the time is the fatherless crisis that we have going on in america we got so many kids growing up without a father or father figure in their life and in my opinion is the number one social issue that we have going on in the country as the secretary of housing and urban development. What did you see this. Was this a big factor in what you saw in the communities. When you had that position it was a huge factor. Unfortunately and i tried to change things around a little bit because There was a brookings institute on institute study on poverty it was a huge study and they concluded and that there were few things that you could do that reduce your likelihood of living in poverty. Two two to three percent for less. That was finished. High school get married. Wait until you're married to have children and get a job. We used to know that. Stop now that's bigness. And we have policies also in place that were anti family formation for instance if you were getting housing. Subsidies and another person came into your house with an income. You had the report that immediately so you rent could go up. But that's not necessarily conducive to family formation and particularly in inner cities no seventy plus percent of the of the homes. Were fatherless homes. So many of those boys were growing up without fathers influence and without a real authority figure in their life and frequently the first authority figure they ran into was police officer or someone in their neighborhood was better than they are either case. It didn't necessarily work out well. And so many ended up in the penal system and they go in there with little in the way of education little in the way of skills when they come out they still have little in the way that education and skills whether they do the same thing they were doing before it got him in there in the first place so we have a higher recidivism rates and one of the things that i found to be most useful While we were in office we began these programs working with employers to actually go into the prisons and to work with some of the inmates. There give them some education and some skills and a job so that when they came out they went directly to their job rather than back to the same environment that fostered their behavior in the first place. And what a difference it made. Initially they were five employers and one of the places. I went to jacksonville. Florida and now they have a hundred and thirty five employers. They go in there because the people have done such stellar job. They want these people Working in their establishments and it really changes their lives. I had the chance to sit down with the several.

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"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Want to miss all the actually coming your way right here on first-class fatherhood all right as i've got a very special guest for you guys today. Dr ben carson joins me on first class fatherhood. Dr carson is a retired neurosurgeon. Who became a candidate for the president of the united states. Back in two thousand sixteen he would eventually go on to serve as the seventeenth united states secretary of housing and urban development but before that way back in nineteen eighty four at the age of thirty three. Dr carson became the youngest chief of pediatric neurosurgery in the united states. When he was the director of pediatric neurosurgery at johns hopkins children's center. He would eventually go on to become a professor. Of neurosurgery oncology plastic surgery and pediatrics at johns hopkins school of medicine. He gained worldwide notoriety when he took part in the first ever separation of conjoined twins. He was named by cnn. Time magazine as one of the nation's twenty most physicians and scientists in two thousand eight. He received the presidential medal of freedom. Which is the highest civilian award in. The united states has accolades really. Just go on. And on i i met dr carson in the east room of the white house. During one of my many visits with prescott essentials first best fatherhood. I met up with him again in dallas at cpac and again in tampa at turning point. Usa i was finally able to schedule an interview with dr carson. And i'm honored to have on the podcast today. Dr ben costs will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview and today's interview with dr caution was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch my youtube channel. You'd like to watch today's conversation. Please subscribe to. I last fatherhood on youtube. Lincoln's into description of today's podcast episode. Okay if you guys enjoyed. Today's interview with dr ben carson. I highly recommend you. Go back. And check out my interviews with eric trump and former secretary of state. Mike pompeo and i have had one other data on the podcast who made a run at the presidency of the united states of america. And that was senator bob kerrey at nebraska who happens to also be a navy seal and medal of honor recipient. You may want to go check that one out as well. Make sure you guys have follow me on instagram at alexander school as for all the other upcoming yes announcements got some great ones coming your way soon..

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"dr ben" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on Newt's World

"In april alone consumer prices increased by four point two percent highest bumps since two thousand eight higher fuel prices higher food. Prices construction costs housing prices. Inflation is just coming. It's here have you protected your savings. Your investments if you have not yet diversified a portion and a precious metals. The answer's no berko. Group is who you can trust to convert an ira while eligible 401k into an ira backed by gold and silver. That's right through a little known tax provision you can convert your retirement savings that's tied to the stock market into an ira backed by precious metals. It's your hedge against inflation. In fact you can even buy physical gold from them. Ships straight to your door texts. Newt two four seven four seven. Four seven for your free info kick on precious metals. Ira's or to speak with birch gold representative today with ten thousand customers in a plus rating with the better business bureau and countless five-star reviews. Birch goal can help you to tax. Newt two four seven four seven four seven and invest in gold. Before it's too late. I am so excited to watch first. Podcast lunatics on. Paulina with gingrich there. Sixty and iheartmedia. The let me warn you. This is not a podcast through the fan of heart or easily offended. This is a podcast for those who want to learn to engaged to be inspired. This podcast for those who are brave and unafraid of the truth and perhaps most importantly for those who still believe in audacious idea known as the american dream. This is not your average podcast. Because i'm not your average person as a proud hispanic american. I overcame adversity by doing air force as a teenager and later on ran for congress. Twenty twenty now hosting my own. Podcast only in america cough. Join me and be a part of the greg. A free thinkers who put up their middle fingers to cancel culture and political correctness. Too now before you silly as only what of your friends. Who hasn't listened to luna talks with paulina on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Have you ever wondered what the media and big tech is hiding from. You like massive stories that actually affect you in your life that they don't want you to see because they make the left and the biden administration look bad when now there's a podcast dedicated to exposing all of that each and every day so download the fastest growing podcast and the conservative movement. The ben ferguson. Show podcast right now. That's right. You listen to ben ferguson. Show podcast on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast download it right now. Welcome back to neutral. I'm dr ben carson filling in for the vacationing newt gingrich. We thought we tried something fun today. We sent requests for questions to you the listener questions. You'd like me to answer and we've got some great ones now to help me. I'd like to introduce you to debbie. Meyers the president of gingrich. Three sixty and the executive producer of mid swirl who probably would like me on vacation to but she dedicated and wants to participate in this program. Hi debbie hi. How are you. Thank you so much for filling in. You're doing a great job thank you. We got a lot of wonderful questions. A lot of people love you dr carson. So it's hard to narrow these down but hopefully will come back and do more. And i'll save some of these great questions for you later. But let's kick it off with our first question from mike and mike ass dr carson. What do you think caused the political. Divide in the united states and more importantly how can we reverse it from severe good question and obviously something that concerns many of us. You know there was a time in not too distant past quite frankly when our political atmosphere was occupied by democrats and republicans democrats or republicans. Who had the same end goal. That just had different philosophies about how to achieve it now. It's different now. They don't have the same goals now. We have people who love what america stands for liberty and justice for all one nation under god and we have another group of people who want to fundamentally change america who actually dislike what america represents aunt is gonna obviously be more difficult now to get on the same page with people who don't like the page snap on and wanna turn it however because we had those big We do have the ability to sit down. We do have the ability to discuss things. We do have ability to work things out. We shouldn't be trying to eliminate each other. Which should be trying to work with each other. We can do that. It's gonna require voices of reason. No question about that but it's also going to require at platform whereby the people who truly love and believe in america can get their voices heard when we have organizations like facebook and twitter and some of the other social media platforms trying to shut down the speech. The people who don't agree with the leftist agenda it makes very very difficult however the society is the mother of invention and those new transplant platforms are being created and they will be here very soon and i think that's going to help to level the playing field. This next question is from glenn from california and he says it seems like homelessness around the country keeps growing. Why do you think that is and what our ideas to solve. One of the grand challenges of our time again very appropriate question. Obviously that was something. We dealt with a lot. When i was at hud on. Obviously it's been something we've been working on in this country for for decades and it is getting worse. Part of the problem is if you go out there and you see. The homeless people like visited the los angeles a number of times skid row in some of the other areas a lot of those homeless people are suffering significantly from drug addiction from mental illness. It's very problematic. And they have something. Some of these may with call the housing first program where you just say. Let's get people off the street. Not requirements nothing. Just get him off the street. 'cause they're safer off the street and it costs less to take care of them off the street..

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How Insulin Resistance Destroys Your Brain and Promotes Alzheimers

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

02:10 min | 1 year ago

How Insulin Resistance Destroys Your Brain and Promotes Alzheimers

"Dr ben beckmann. Welcome back to the podcast. It's an honor to have you here again brother. Oh man i'm delighted. We had such a good time the first time that we thought why not do it again. I'm glad to be here. Why not do it again and we have a whole new topic. There's gonna be some overlaps with the other interview that we did and for anybody who didn't listen. Check out the show notes. We'll talk about some of those topics again here. But today's conversation diving into the topics of alzheimer's dementia cognitive decline even brain fog and lack of focus in how to understand how the brain works and what fuel sources run and what fuel sources potentially harm it. So i want to just jump right in. You know we've spent. I don't know the exact number. It's in the billions of dollars of money spent on alzheimer's and cognitive decline based drugs and for the most part even very centrist in western medicine. tell you we've gotten very little from it and on top of that. There's millions of people around the globe that are still suffering from these chronic diseases and the ones that aren't suffering. They're well on their way to getting it and alzheimer's and dementia are one of the most of diseases even scarier on a lot of national surveys. Then even cancer. So i'd love to start off big picture with the billions that we spent with the hundreds of thousands of people that are interested in this topic paying attention to it thousands of researchers. What are we missing when it comes to this conversation. Yeah to there's no question we need to shift the paradigm to use a worn out cliche. Perhaps but we. We've been classically looking at alzheimer's disease the same way now for decades which is that. It's really a disease of two problems. In the brain one is the accumulation of these amyloid beta peptides or these plaques. They're called in the other one. Is these Neurofibrillary tangles that the neurons which ought to be You have a clear. Direct structure are getting messy. The problem with those To identifiers well is one. they're hard to identify. Those are only things you can identify. Essentially post

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Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

"Seattle Children's Hospital are more than twice as likely. Have security called to their rooms. If they're black, it's a racial divide in the use of what Children's calls Code purple more from comas. Corwin take Seattle Children. Staff members invoke Code purple if they need a security guard to report to a patient's room in response to unsafe or threatening behavior, either by the patient or often by a parent. A Seattle Times investigation finds Code purple is invoked more than twice as often for black patients than for white patients. It's a form of institutional racism. That in part, led to the resignation of Dr Ben Danielson as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, part of the Seattle Children's System, Danielson tells KCTS Seattle Children's own assessment revealed the disparity a decade ago, finding that security was just proportionately called on families based on the color of their skin. 10 years ago and then sitting on that there's a tacit acceptance and since there's a complicity of like, Yeah, we know this and we're not gonna do anything about it. A Seattle Children's spokesperson acknowledges the issue. Telling the Times systemic and institutional racism exists across our healthcare system and Children's is not immune. The spokesperson ads The hospital's goal is to eliminate the code purple disparity altogether.

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World Health Organization team arrives in Wuhan to investigate COVID-19's origins

Here & Now

05:32 min | 1 year ago

World Health Organization team arrives in Wuhan to investigate COVID-19's origins

"Today, China announced its first covert 19 death in eight months. That news comes the same day, a team from the World Health Organization arrived in Wuhan to investigate the origins of the pandemic. You may remember the first cases of the Corona virus were reported from that city in December, 2019 Cluster emerged at a wet market where wild animals are sold, along with meat produce and other items. I spoke earlier with Dr Peter Ben embark. He's a scientist on the team. He was on a cell phone from Singapore. Where he was in quarantine before heading to Wuhan, and I asked him what his team will try to accomplish there. Gold with this mission is to help improve our understanding off the origin of the virus. We all know that various trump out from its natural Environment, impact population and then way had the detection of the first cases in Wuhan. But in between, we don't know We don't know what happened and that's what we want to try to. Get rid of your hell important Is it to be there in person Rather than doing this research remotely. It's important to be there because being there enable 55 concepts with Chinese researchers and counterparts. It also enable us to visit different sites. Visiting the market would give us a good idea off the dynamic within that market. We have done that for months. Now we have the actual meeting and Over the Internet, but it doesn't replace a faithful face interactions, smaller groups and retried in larger groups. So it's it's important to have that physical dynamic in a face to face environment. So I hear you referring to the wet market where some of the early cases first appeared. You say you'll be visiting there. I mean, this was a place where the whole world Had its eye on this market when the outbreak first started a year ago. When you get there, what will you do? What questions? Will you try to answer the market on how includes since last year? However, the records off what in a mountain that markets do still exist and have a lot of value in terms off. Understanding identifying animals that were brought to that market understanding what goods were brought into that market where they went out afterwards dispose the wholesale market. Mind do so. It was also serving the number for the markets in the city. And understanding what people who are working there. Where did they come from? Do they have any travel history too particular places that could give us some clues where the Some of them could have got the disease from outside to the market. So it's it has still a lot of value. Even a year after you know, there have been questions about whether China would even let you And your team into the country. The government has been floating the idea that the outbreak started in a different country. Do you think that Beijing can be trusted to give you access to what you need to do Your job? Yes. I mean, we are in on the way to the wall Hard now, So we have had many meetings with Chinese experts. Over the past few months, so that is the same interest to participate on do support this different studies. But of course and understandably day and others also interested to ensure that or the other news and all the study also conducted If the initial data On and results of studies indicate that there is a value in in looking elsewhere. We would, of course, also do that. But as always in these type of investigations, we start where the press cases where detective that was shot had December 2019. And we go from there. Every photo with the science studies tell us and that approaches also been agreed and supported by by China s O explain that a little bit more if he could, or are you going in assuming that the pandemic Started in Wuhan. Or how will you be able to even confirm that and frankly, why does it matter? When will the first cases they fix it with detective people will have in December 19. It doesn't mean that these were the first cases and remember that the papal defected where only severe cases we did not know that time. There was a lot off my cases a lot off security cases. And trying to identify these will be extremely interesting as well. They may be the one holding the clue to this. We have the first cases originated from on about the city. A case is that the door so it's also important to try to find all the places and other cases and the one that we're detectives in December. Because it's not people the first cases where it's a good one, But the whole thing started one easily have started somewhere else. Never province few 100 kilometers away or even further away. It's a starting point for the work, but it's not the starting point. Mrs. Every defendant, Peter Benton, Barak is the World Health Organization scientist joining us on a cell phone in Singapore. I'm part of a team headed to Wuhan, China to investigate the origins of the cove in 19 pandemic, Dr Ben and borrow. Thanks for making time for us today. We appreciate it. Thank you very much.

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"dr ben" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

"Artistic security issues you name. It ran.

"dr ben" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr ben" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

"Look the fortress on a hill. I'm henry i'm danny. I'm kagan where we left us. Veterans that into the reality of the us military's multiple wars abroad and illuminate. The damage military service does malcolm american presidents out. Us history you have used american military and diplomatic power to force regime change democratically elected governments around the world. Most veterans come from families vested in prior service and american generals choose their own ensuring diversity of thought never interferes with american warmongering. How can we stand by and do nothing. While our military kill and destroy lives the world over while telling americans that the death and destruction protect them from terrorists when nothing could be more. All fortress on a hill aims to change that welcome back listeners. To afford on a hill We are keeping going biden has been elected a it seems wryly. He's been elected looks like he'll be president theoretically and wouldn't you know that the problems have not yet been solved but give it a month. I'm sure they will but Obviously we've got a thousand more things to talk about and as even the folks who we talked so much about on that joe. Joe biden foreign policy record episode right before the election. That you know everyone loved and we didn't get any pushback on none at all promised. You know we talk so much during that episode about hey regardless of where you fall on that. I think it was pretty clear where we did. Ultimately fall People like noam chomsky and cornell west and these key stalwarts of like the progressive movement and sort antimilitarism where where they fell. Which is hey like. Let's get this guy in office who we can maybe work a little bit more around the margins with. And then don't take your foot off the gas pedal and no one's ever accused us here of doing that. So we've got a lot more to talk about and a lot more guests than we've been on an incredible run for really about your and it's no different Today our guest today is a dot ben freeman. Who is a colleague. And and and really sort of becoming. A friend and just collaborator commiserated over at the center for international policy. He is director of the foreign influence transparency initiative over there and there's a lot of stuff cooking at cip. That will talk about a new blog. The baraza just so many reports and the stuff. That ben is working on the stuff being worked on a across the very. All the different initiatives and programs over there have been incredibly timely with. What's going on. So basic bio stuff of ben is like i said the director of the foreign influence transparency initiative What is what does he do there. Well in general he works to expose how foreign governments are influencing us public policy and elections Building upon you know his book the foreign policy auction which will link to Really one of the first books to systematically analyze the foreign influence industry in the us. And i don't think that gets enough attention Particularly in the mainstream particularly if it affects folks besides trump you know so the the expansion of that to a broader foreign influence industries interesting Before launching that he was deputy director of the national security program at third way prior to that Ben was a national security fellow at the project on government oversight pogo and that was two thousand eleven to thirteen and a pogo dozen mazing work on revolving door as they have. They were cut. They kind of spun out of a cd. Is senator fencing formation. Something that one of our other guests. Ben cohen has been like a big champion of and and trying to recreate and he's really really supports the work of pogo while he was there you know he spearheaded their creation the creation of their foreign influence database and a repository of propaganda distributed by foreign agents. And that had been previously unavailable online or does you know which is where people get information so you know very basic background and got his phd from texas a and m. His dissertation looked at the ability of foreign governments to effectively lobby for economic and military assistance from the us Something that henry. And i have seen kind of in the breach to a certain extent in fact a henry as a military policeman is kind of the the guy for military assistance on some level and security force assistance and then upon graduation from an He taught in the political science department at the bush school of government and public policy there at am and he's written in a whole lot of places in addition to his mega reports. That are just wild. And i wish they would print in full you know in the new york times. He writes shorter pieces. That have been in the new york. Times politico cnn. He's testified before. The senate armed services committee This is somebody that you need to know. You need to follow on twitter and And just check out. An and i know it's going to be a great conversation so now that i flatter ju More than you're comfortable with ban. Thanks for coming on danny. Thanks so much. For having me. I pay i feel like i wanna have you. Follow me around and give that intro. Every time i speak somewhere i could be like your theme music except professionally. When i walk around. I feel like depending on my mood. You know rock sets dangerous. plays. Or if i'm sad rox that's it must have been love plays but it would be better. I think to have someone giving you like a professional plaudit as you walk around. So i'm in. I'm looking for work and And and we could talk about that offline. i think sounds good. Sounds good with about but it this. Thank you for the greatest show. I appreciate it. Well thank you for coming. And you've you've kind of inspired me with Your last reports. We're going to talk about that as we go. Forward sort of shamelessly plugged in linked to them and used it particularly the think tank report that came out recently but what we had like a zoom call just to talk about some other products and cip and moving forward and then just kind of you know social and discussing things and on that zoom. We were joking back and forth a whole bunch of bow. The work we do The beauty of it the the tragedy of it. You know the the difficulties and they wouldn't have it any other way and plenty of jokes. About how if we if we wrote reports that were favorable to raytheon. We'd probably bigger houses and all this But i think that. Even though it's kind of a cliche on podcasts interviews to say oh tell us your journey. I'm a big believer in human interest. Back story you know how people get where they are. And so you could kind of just take us from womb to the not yet tomb and kinda An and that is house reference kiddos. Gabay attention You know just tell us your story basically like how how you got involved in this work why you cared and and and how.

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Carson says he's 'out of the woods' after battling COVID-19

The Heatwave Air Experts

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Carson says he's 'out of the woods' after battling COVID-19

"An update on the condition of HUD secretary Dr Ben Carson, who is battling the virus on his Facebook page. Carson described himself as extremely sick and desperately ill, but believes he's now out of the woods After receiving the same antibody therapy as President Trump, he's convinced the treatment saved his life.

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Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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President Trump Addresses Black Supporters In Atlanta

Wealth Creator Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump Addresses Black Supporters In Atlanta

"Americans. As he announced yesterday, a new plan focused on economic empowerment for black Americans in Atlanta, the president taken to wraps off what he calls the platinum plan, We will create three million new jobs. For the black community Open. 500,000 new black owned businesses increase access to capital in black communities by $500 Billion Thie president was accompanied on his trip to Atlanta by HUD Secretary Dr Ben Carson and Georgia football legend Herschel Walker, fire crews and officials

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Over 200 kids test positive for coronavirus after Georgia summer camp

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Over 200 kids test positive for coronavirus after Georgia summer camp

"ABC News. The CDC releasing its report on the Georgia kids sleep away summer camp that shut down after a Corona virus outbreak was Ported there in June. A lack of ventilation and Children not wearing masks appears to have contributed to the spread. Dr. Ben Lo pan, professor of epidemiology at Emory University, Atlanta, We know how this virus is transmitted. It's transmitted from person to person. People are in close contact with each other. Of the nearly 600 staff and attendees 344 tested

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"dr ben" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr ben" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Just. crest upon me and I and I still don't know how to fully express it. But the overwhelming significance of having your eyes on Christ's of of having. Christ bill your vision and how when you do that all these other things start to fall away and And the truth is if you're any student of the history of the Church there are so many people who feel like we're facing this. You know this unfort- you know unprecedented level of. That the you know that America's interface for the Church never faced before that that. Surely, this is the end times whatever. Is. You know I'm sorry. But that's really verse world problems you know. We've seen so much worse this this is this is the year that America stepped on a rake and and we. We have a lot of ridiculous self inflicted trauma upon ourselves. Now, that doesn't make it less traumatic is this is a hard time really hard. But if we keep our eyes on Christ I would want to argue that this is the chance to do something. ANTASTIC. This is the chance to actually build something. Incredible. This is the moment where nobody has answers all all we hear people screaming and screaming out questions, screaming out their anger venting their emotions what would happen if somebody stood up and spoke clearly in biblically informed and persuasive way is is maybe this is the moment where we actually can advance the Gospel in significant ways owing we have to learn to to see with that kind of is that crises are opportunities I. Remember you know there's some of the Marine Corps that comes out there I remember the story was. I, think it's you know chesty puller at Inchon or some you know I I can't even remember. The the characters that are involved, but it's the moment of like. The the news comes that we're surrounded on all sides and the answer is. Good. Then we can attack any direction and I'm we need to have like if you could have that for the Marine Corps how much work could you have spirit for Christ were like you're you're serving the one who's defeated death itself like we we need to learn to see this as an actual opportunity. So so for us as a school, this has been the moment where we really leaned into this moment we started putting out. Some videos that really just rattled a lot of people that it's been this moment where we're actually significantly advancing we're looking at one of our largest freshman classes that we've had in a long time as everybody else closing down were having to expand into a new building to hold all the students we've got we gave we didn't fire any faculty and we gave everybody a raise as we're starting the school year because we're leading into this. And I think that You have to have your eyes on Christ. But when you have is on Christ than southern courage for the moment and you see this as an opportunity rather than our own destruction tess. Awesome man, there's so much i. wish we had another hour I'd like to talk about that last last five minutes man incredible and that is hope I think a lot of hope people are like I hope. I'll hang on I. Hope I'll make it I. Hope I'll survive and what you're saying is the hope is focused on Christ and Lean in art and move forward. Yeah we we go for so much more. That's awesome. Man. Thank you for that. Where can people find out about new Sanders College or follow you Yeah, NSA DOT EDU That's the webpage for the school. A look this up on Youtube is go to youtube and Google. Scholar College number the videos that we put out and get a sense of where we are what we're doing and what we're hoping for for this year. Yeah that's awesome. Man Thank you so much I appreciate your time on your very busy. Thank you for doing this. Thank you for the perspective and hopefully we can do it again. It was awesome. Thank you. You're watching again. Thank you so much for watching. Thank you for your time. Go check out new Saint Andrews College Follow Dr Ben Merckel and That would be awesome. You'd be blessed to do that. If you have not yet subscribed that subscribe on our channel if the notification bell that lets you know a new information comes online for those listening over Mojo Five. Oh. Thank you for doing that. Take some time to jump over to you to follow us there. Thank you and we will see you next..

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Wisconsin Fears Spike in COVID-19 Cases After Election

Jim Bohannon

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin Fears Spike in COVID-19 Cases After Election

"Coronavirus cases surpassing twenty eight hundred in Wisconsin and deaths topping one hundred Milwaukee county medical director Dr Ben Weston says following a secret home orders needs to continue he tells TMJ four news those numbers may increase faster after Tuesday's spring elections yesterday was honestly anything much faster social distance I would be shocked if it doesn't count Dr Weston and the recent projection from the university of Washington which shows Wisconsin's peak will come next week do not include the impact the elections would

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Schools and businesses continue to close in efforts to contain the coronavirus

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

09:24 min | 2 years ago

Schools and businesses continue to close in efforts to contain the coronavirus

"Trying to keep you up to date on everything that's going on with the corona virus what we know at the you know the latest information on corona virus and school closures and what not a speaking of school closures we did get some information today about Eldorado county which is joined to the school closure effort and in this case it's so far just next week so here's part of that letter from Eldorado county safety and wellness of students being for most families and school personnel being the highest priority for Eldorado county school district in recognition of the statewide code nineteen situation and the potential impact in Eldorado county school district superintendent and Dr ad van Sala county superintendent of schools have decided the in concurrence with the county public health officer to close all public Eldorado county schools during the school week of sixteen to twenty March at that that's just next week now other school districts have said at least two weeks some had said three weeks I was talking to somebody had been warned for Eldorado for rather another county I kid I'm drawing a blank on which one right now try to get try to get that information get back here but the they were talking about potentially five weeks in and that's a more of a it more often this year kind of accounting not Eldorado county one of the other ones can the president said this morning that he had taken the corona virus test and he feels fine and now we know by getting information from the White House doctor that that test is coming back has come back negative and the president is not positive at least at this point for corona virus he also extended a travel ban to Britain and Ireland is the administration wraps up the efforts to control the spread of covert nineteen the virus that began in Wuhan China also praised the house for passing a corona virus aid package which now goes to the state center the U. S. Senate the families first run of Irish act will provide free testing for the illness and paid sick leave for impacted Americans were using the full power of the federal government to defeat the virus and that's what we've been doing last week we secured an initial eight point three billion dollars from Congress for the coronavirus and that was quickly done and very efficiently done no one thank all members of Congress yesterday declared a national emergency which was a very big deal because it opened up avenues that we would never be able to open up without it and it will make it more then it'll make more than fifty billion dollars available to us immediately and disaster relief funds and that's available for states territories and local government so that was really really good we also reached an agreement yesterday on a new legislative package that will provide strong support for American families and communities in dealing with the corona virus so it was done very very bi partisan use it was very nice to see it president today also calling for a national day of prayer for Sunday one of the commentators said to the president vice president Mike pence's news coverage today along with the president there was Dr Ben Carson secretary of the U. S. department of housing and urban development this is what he had to say about that and I just want to thank all the people who are involved and I and I hope that you know we as a nation can't use this as an opportunity to pull together for good now president trump is going to be recommending a national day of prayer and you know we've gotten away from prayer and faith a lot in this country there's nothing wrong with godly principles no matter what your faith this loving your neighbor caring about the people around you developing your god given talents to the utmost cities become valuable to the people around you having values and principles that govern your life those are things that made America zoom to the top of the world in record time and those are the things that will keep us there to also Dr Anthony Fauci who is the president's point man venture essentially on this coronavirus in here as the vice president is low he was heading up basically the task force there but as chief medical advisor is Dr Anthony Fauci who's been calm voice to the American people on this subject quite impressive there's I do have a lot of information about him I I wanted to find out more information about how she I and I do have some more information on him but first I want to get to what he said today about the international numbers just a quick review of the numbers as of late afternoon yesterday let me start of quickly globally and then we'll go to the United States right now they're at a hundred and twenty nine countries that have involvement with corona virus globally the numbers are a hundred and thirty two plus thousand so it's a little bit more than a hundred thirty two thousand about seventy five hundred of which are new cases importantly and this is something we've mentioned over the last couple of days that if you look at what was formerly the main feature of this corona virus outbreak was China they have eighty thousand old eighty one thousand new cases but only eleven new cases and only seven new deaths things have switched over now to outside of China which is actually triggered our decision the decision of the president to do the travel restrictions in other areas besides China he also had a chance to talk about today's numbers which have changed slightly from this point here but here's what he had to say earlier which brings us now to what we can expect in our own country so if you look at the domestic cases there about twenty two hundred twenty six including the re packed repatriations fifty deaths five hundred and thirty two new cases and nine new deaths which means we have not reached a peak now we will see more cases and we will see more suffering and death predominately as the vice president said among the vulnerable in our society the individuals with the conditions that we spoke to and the elderly also there's a economic impact here probably more than anything else at this point you know the families that are touched by the extraordinarily ill people and those that have died there is little else that's more important than that but there of course is a a worldwide economic impact there is the U. S. impact in L. information on that with U. S. treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin Mnuchin on people calling in sick obviously people who need to be quarantined and people who have the virus we want them at home and we want them to continue to get paid we don't want to be in a situation where they fear not getting paid during this two week period of time so the first thing that this does is it creates a very seamless process for people that work for small and medium sized businesses they will continue to get paid by their employer they don't have to worry about big government in coming to big government debt to get their checks they will continue to get paid we were also very sensitive to small and medium sized businesses many of these businesses covered sick pay but they're going to have many more people that may be on quarantine the normal sick pay and we didn't want them to have to bear the cost so a hundred percent of the cost for these limited situations will be taken care of by the federal government and then finally we want to think of it again as I said how do we deliver money to the people in the quickest way we didn't want to take six months to implement some government system so I want to thank everybody at the IRS the way were able to do this again the IRS will issue tax credits for most employers will just deduct the money from what they owe us but I want to emphasize for small and medium sized businesses that have cash flow problems we will issue guidelines you'll be able to come to the IRS get the money in advance so you don't have cash flow issues so we were very careful in balancing of making sure that people got paid with not creating undue burden we also will have unique circumstances where schools are closed in many places our parents may be able to telecommute and take care of their kids and continue to get paid for their companies but in certain circumstances that parents have to be home to take care of youngsters are elderly people again we wanted to ensure that they had the ability to do that and is the vice president mentioned for kids that received meals in schools the schools are closed we want to make sure that those kids would continue to get lunches paid

U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:18 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

"Begin with the fast moving developments in the corona virus outbreak. A short time ago two more deaths announced and the State Department issuing an extraordinary travel warning. This is the virus continues its march across the country. Take a look. The first confirmed case in Washington State January twentieth. Tonight there are confirmed cases in at least thirty three states and Washington. Dc Two more states added just today more than five hundred people sick and now including this patient arriving at a hospital in Nebraska. The death toll rising to at least twenty one. The two newest deaths were residents at that Nursing Care Center in Washington State and tonight that cruise ship forces circle off. The coast of California is now set to dock and Oakland tomorrow as the US State Department warns Americans Against Boarding Cruise ships here in New York News about that lawyer. In critical condition his wife breaking her silence and as the virus spreads across the country. Some local leaders are sending an SOS to the trump administration. We have several reports tonight. We begin with. Abc's Stephanie Ramos. Outside that hospital were that New York lawyer is being treated tonight. Chilling images of officials in has matt suits rushing a woman infected with the corona virus to a Nebraska Hospital in a special biocontainment unit the corona virus death toll rising to at least twenty one nationwide after two more residents died at the nursing home. That is now at the center of the outbreak in Washington state. Sixteen Life Care. Center residents have died and three nursing homes in the state now dealing with the virus. We have found this to be troubling and volatile unpredictable Oregon now joining eight other states declaring states of Emergencies New York reporting at least one hundred five cases including an uber driver. At least eighty two cases confirmed just north of New York City. Many of them linked to this man Lawrence Garbo's the fifty year old lawyer is in critical condition tonight. Garbage wife saying in a statement. I and my family remained very hopeful of his full recovery. He is a tenacious person. In all aspects of its life and I know he will come out of this strong states under pressure to deal with the growing crisis turning to the federal government for help but getting inconsistent messages from the president and his team on testing and protocol. Don't tell us things that are not true. The CDC has been slow in allowing states and other commercial laboratories to test eight. Republican governor also expressing concern. Has the president been perfect? And his communication I would say he hasn't communicated the way I would And and the way I might like him too But I think I think the rest of the team has been doing a pretty good job today. The president tweeting we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on the corona virus. But when George asked a member of the President's own Task Force Dr Ben Carson. To explain the federal government's responsibility he appeared to add to the confusion. I think it's time for people to really indulge themselves and learning about how viruses are spread and to take advantage of that knowledge in determining what their daily activities are going to be I. I'm confused by the message. You're sending right now Dr Carson. I I have to say you seem you. Putting all the responsibility back on individuals saying that they should be thinking for themselves. I'm trying to ask you. What in the view of the government experts right now. What broader measures need to be taken those recommendations will be coming out from the CDC. They're being evaluated on a daily basis right now The recommendation is as I just prescribed. Go about your normal daily activities if you are healthy all right Stephanie. Ramos joins US now. Live and Stephanie. We heard about the recent deaths and outbreaks inside of nursing homes in Washington state. Tonight here in New York. The governor taking drastic action to protect people in nursing homes. That's exactly right Tom. New York state now has restricted access to nursing homes governor. Cuomo adding outside visitors will not be allowed inside nursing homes in the new Rochelle area. That's where the lawyer

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Inslee says state considering "mandatory measures" to address coronavirus

WBZ Afternoon News

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Inslee says state considering "mandatory measures" to address coronavirus

"The number of cases of the corona virus in the U. S. has Reds risen to four hundred and sixty Washington state is considering whether mandatory measures may be needed to curb social gatherings and contain the spread of the virus or from CBS's Wendy Gillette Washington state governor Jay Inslee says there is consideration voluntary cancellations of events and gatherings could become mandatory depending on how the corona virus spreads we are looking at extending water voluntary decisions right now and we've asked a whole host of communities to consider whether you really need to have your events right now and they are being cancelled the comic cons been postponed we have a number of school closures Dr Ben Carson is a member of the White House coronavirus task force he chose not to detail what will happen to those aboard the grand princess off the coast of California I think it needs to all come from a solitary source we shouldn't have sixteen people saying what the planets okay it has a bit of a politically when it hasn't been fully formulated he spoke on A. B. C. the cruise ship is expected to dock in Oakland California

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Investigation questions safety of some car booster seats

Brett Winterble

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Investigation questions safety of some car booster seats

"House a new investigation could make parents think twice about which car seats they choose for their kids get more from CBS news Peter king a side impact crash left a child paralyzed and on a ventilator the evenflo booster seat met or exceeded safety standards ProPublica obtained a crash test video showing a dummy being ejected from the seat evenflo engineer Eric Dolly admits human beings just aren't built to survive that amount of movement Dr Ben Hoffman is an expert on car seat safety and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loved to be put into a scenario like that the girl's family is suing even flow which says the C. performed as designed Peter king

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Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

Pants On Fire

09:00 min | 2 years ago

Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

"To pants on. Fire the game show where kids choose between the clean and strong Enamel Komo of truth. And the Media Rosen of lies. I'm your host Deborah Goldstein and in the studio today is our sound Effects Robot Lisa which fans live in studio audience to multiple the total fooled by three. Why are you doing math? I just introduced you. Yes I know live and Studio Yada Yada Yada. I am busy calculating how many vacation days I've earned so I can take a trip to Nigeria to meet my new friend of the prince. Wait a minute would you say I've earned three weeks vacation days. I need lots of time off. The prince wants to show in his palace in his private yacht and his chocolate factory. I promise you'll be able to take lots of vacation but you may not want to go to Nigeria. After we have a little talk about scammers ars so in the meantime don't put any flights and please just tell us how our game works. Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other UH wait for it. You're going to be scared. You're going to be confused a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was soon because no one can spot. What a liar better than a kid? We are lying about teeth hard. Bony structures in the jaw that humans used for chewing and animals animals also use as weapons Lisa. How're robot teeth made? I'm glad you asked robot. Teeth are made from carefully carved coursing and they are programmed to grow until they fall out and then we leave our baby robot teeth under our pillows for the robot tooth fairy. WHO takes our teeth in exchange for a shiny China transistor? Wow that's kinda like humans except we usually get treated or cash in exchange for our baby teeth super weird. You don't get transistors no we. We don't don't get we don't think so. We're going to find out more about teeth in a little bit but first why don't you introduce. Our contestants are human child contest. I is an eight year old. WHO LOVES MOROCCAN COOKIES WITH MINT? Tea Zohar Tar Hara. Welcome to tire I are you. Are you good good. I am well. Thank you for asking that so polite. So I understand from the introduction that you like Moroccan cookies. What a Moroccan cookies tastes like? They're kind of plain. But then when you have them with minty taste really good because you get to diplocay thin the not so you would recommend that combination. We should probably take twenty or thirty minute break and a bunch of cookies. I thought you were going to say we should go to Morocco. Oh So oh you know what I have to go to Nigeria Morocco's nearby no definitely not We want to know more fun. Facts about user Hara okay. But we're going to do do it with a game that we call to truth and ally. Are you ready. You're gonNA tell three facts but two of those facts are going to be true and one is going to be a lie and we you have to guess which one is the lie okay. Let's see how good she is at this all right so hot. Tell us your three facts. I lived in Mexico Co for months for one I have three dogs and I've swing in a slide in my room in your bedroom. Okay WanNa believe that. You're the playground in your room but it does seem unlikely. So what do you think. I just don't think that anyone would need dogs. Three's too many because the one dog like I love you feel emotionally interesting logic. Alright Zohar which one of those spags is a lie. I don't have played on because of dog wouldn't know how to feel note. That is not. Why do you have any dogs? No you don't have any any dogs only to have. The dog died this year. I'm so sorry to hear that last year. What was your dog's name not Moti? I'm sorry to hear about Moti but if you're out there watching from above moti this shows for you so Zohar out. We're about to start a game. But what do you know about teeth. Do you have any yes S.. Do you know a lot about teeth a little bit. Yeah just a little. Do you brush your teeth. You Hug your teeth now. Say It's important to hug your teeth. Who says that the tiny dentists? I got a tiny dentists and go in your mouth and hugs not no. I don't think that's true. You can find them in tiny any dentist dot com. Our first expert is Dr Natasha Matthias. Please introduce yourself Heisel Hi Sahara. My Name is Dr Natasha Matthias and I am a dentist for kids. Thank you TASHA. Let's meet our second expert. Dr Benjamin Engine Circus Benjamin. Please use yourself Heizo Hara. I'm Ben or Dr Ben I'm an orthodontist and I'm here to answer any questions you I love. Thank you very much shuts. It sounds like you've been brushing up on your sound files lease that same file as always but okay. Okay okay thank you. Yes that's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer questions. Lisa who should we put on the hot seat. I Dr. You're Benjamin Circus. Because he likes to party does He. Yeah I mean his first name has been jamming. He's been Jaman and I'm sure he's never heard that before or Zohar. What is your first question for? Dr Ben what's the hardest part of your job. That's a great question and I think the hardest part of my job is that people don't like coming into my office. Oh it's probably because all the mouth pain no I think that's a pretty big misconception. As an orthodontist what I like to do is try and make people comfortable with the process because most of what we're doing is trying to help ensure for it could hurt sometimes and sometimes it may not feel the best but we want people to enjoy their smile when they leave so for us. It's really important. Wouldn't that you actually like coming in so for me. It's hard that people are afraid of the dentist or afraid of going to their orthodontist. Yeah that would be difficult to have a job where people are afraid of you unless issue like people to be afraid of you right Lisa you have that job. I'm pretty new dimmer. No you are not. Don't tell people that poking me okay so hard you have another question yet on. This is for both of them actually okay. What our teeth made of dreams? So t the made of very hard calcified material almost similar to your bones there are several ever layers in your teeth. The hardest layers on the outside and that's called in a mall and that is the only part of your body that Khan freely repair itself. Your bone can repair itself the next layer within that the Denton database itself as well and then the very inside site. The core of your tooth is what most people call the root canal. Adad is where the blood and the nerve lies though if that is in some way affected affected. That's when you get a toothache can be most of what doctrines Tasha said is true but actually isn't the hardest layer of if your teeth. It's actually one of the softest see part of the reason. Animal can't repair itself as well. Rested twos is made out of calcified bone and you have a calcium based the enamel layer actually has an arrogant bay. So that's a little bit harder to repair but it's a softer material sting. All right right so hard. You have some more questions this Dr Ban Have you ever been bitten or like her at work or something. I have many times. surreally these kids. No that's not true so I wish I could say that I hadn't but unfortunately I have had some pretty Negative experiences so part of my job as an orthodontist is to put braces on people right. You know have braces. Yeah and when you do that a lot of time before you put the braces on you have to take a mold of the patient's mouth so that you can make sure you outfit. The braces the best way possible and that mold is basically putting silly putty in your mouth and so sometimes different patients don't like the procedure which is called an opt to Laka uh-huh and when you put the mold in their mouth they might gag or by or not feel

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EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis

Casual Times

07:52 min | 3 years ago

EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis

"Thing. where broadcasting today from San Francisco where president trump is continuing an all out attack on the city's homeless population and political leaders on Wednesday the trump administration filed an environmental notice of violation against San Francisco falsely claiming the city's homelessness crisis has caused water pollution this is trump announcing the move in a tirade against house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is home district is San Francisco. focus on our own district you see what's happening to our district we call it ten city it's terrible in fact we just sent a violation to the city of San Francisco unsafe water unsafe conditions environmental EPA are EPA which is doing a great job is sending Nancy Pelosi with all the talk about EPA. his needles and drugs all over the street this tense there's people that are dying in squalor. in the best location in San Francisco it used to be a great city now you have to see what's happened to San Francisco you happen to see what what's what the Democrats have allowed to happen. city officials have repeatedly rejected trump's unfounded claims that homelessness is connected to water quality the EPA's action comes a week after environmental protection agency chief financial Wheeler said in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom that California's failing to enforce the clean water act Wheeler has also threatened to pull billions of dollars in federal highway funding to California accusing it of having the worst air quality in the United States a spokesperson for governor news and has called trump's most political retribution against California plain and simple California is home to twelve percent of the country's population but half of the country's on sheltered homeless people president trump has been pushing for a crackdown on the crisis for weeks The Washington Post reported last month trump ordered the White House officials to launch this effort and that his administration is considering actions like destroying homeless encampments California congressman roe kana told The Washington Post yet again this is bravado for trump's base with no interest in the actual policy experts recommendations to solve an issue conoce at for more we're joined here in San Francisco by two guests Jennifer Frieden Bach is the executive director of the coalition on homelessness and Paul Boden is the executive director of the western regional advocacy project or wrap a homeless advocacy group he was formerly homeless himself Jennifer freedom back let's begin with you the attack by president trump specifically on California now in San Francisco saying that homeless people are responsible for water pollution can you respond overall. yeah I mean it's it's ridiculous on on a few fronts first of all corsair Francisco filters its water there's there's no link to water pollution but more importantly is that trump himself is in a position where he could truly address this crises we have a situation where we have you know in San Francisco about twenty one thousand people experiencing homelessness every year and that can be traced right back to his feet on his wedding gauged in massive cuts to hide he's also done in action in restoring the hud budget which is where the roots of this crisis began when you know the hud budget has been cut so dramatically starting in the late seventies and through the early eighties and has continued since just this divestment from insuring that people in the US have a safe and decent place to call home so it's really ironic that he's complaining about it and then causing the problem and doing nothing to solve it. well I'd like to turn to had secretary that's housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson discussing California's housing crisis on fox news last month. a lot of these people have mental health issues a lot of men of drug addiction some of them simply have fallen on hard times and don't know how to deal with it but as a compassionate society it is something that we have to do something about we can't just talk about it should it be the responsibility of the federal government now these are local problems and the things that work best are when the local authorities take appropriate attention to these problems and then the federal government can help from the state government can help them. so that's had secretary Dr Ben Carson I po Boden if you could respond yeah it's just it's so profoundly ridiculous that this is the person that's running hi when you look at the nineteen thirty seven housing act that created. it said very clearly and that legislation that it was the federal government's responsibility to ensure that people have a clean safe adequate place to live in nineteen ninety eight they amended that to say the federal government cannot be held accountable to do that during the welfare reform must that Newt Gingrich and signed by Clinton but the reason hide was created in this is the individual charged with administering that that federal department is to ensure housing is available to poor people throughout the United States and this is in a California or a San Francisco issue sample California may have a larger number of people according to hides point in time head count but that's because they go out on January twenty fifth every other year and do a head count and that's how they did they come up with the number of homeless people in the United States that's ridiculous and of course warm weather climates are gonna have a higher number we don't know what the number of homeless people as with any specificity because it's something that poor people go in and out of all the time this is a federal responsibility to ensure that people in the United States have a decent place to live that they can afford and we now spend fifty four billion dollars a year in two thousand four constant dollars less on affordable housing than we did before the homeless crisis kicked in in the early nineteen eighties restore that funding look at the cause and effect of eliminating that funding and you'll see the numbers of homeless people go way down because we all know nothing and homelessness like a home. I'd like to turn to San Francisco mayor London braid talking about the causes of homelessness and San Francisco she was interviewed on PBS last month. housing affordability is at the core of what I know is a challenge for even middle income families struggling to live in San Francisco between twenty ten and twenty fifteen the city we concentrate on jobs jobs jobs with a two point six percent unemployment rate but during that same time for every eight jobs we create it we created one unit of housing and then it was like a battle between people who are moving here people have lived here folks are being pushed out of communities that they were born and raised in like my friends and family and and including the public housing I grew up in it was three hundred units it was torn down and only two hundred units were built so there were a lot of mistakes that were made around housing and housing production and over around a portable housing

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A cure for cancer? Despite one company’s claims, many experts uncertain

Red Eye Radio

13:40 min | 3 years ago

A cure for cancer? Despite one company’s claims, many experts uncertain

"Well, yesterday, we told you that story that was out there where the Israeli scientists said that they believed that they have a cure for cancer all cancers, then a year where they would basically take a biopsy, and they would have the treatment specific to you as an individual, and it would be a couple of weeks treatment, and it would be affordable. And of course, we always are, you know, are healthy skeptics here. And we said we'll wait till we see some kind of response from those in the cancer community. New York posted an article Dr Ben Neill, and he was quoted by number of people yesterday from NYU their cancer center told the post had cancer is multiple diseases. And it is highly unlikely that this company is found to cure for cancer anymore that there is a single cure for infections. You said then more likely this claim is yet another in the long line of spurious irresponsible, and ultimately cruel false promises to cancer patients. He had an an Email, of course, carrying cancer is a goal of everyone who comes to work every day at the cancer center. And if this company does in fact, cure cancer, they will have my congratulations. And thanks Dr Len listened field chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society. We wondered we've figured that they probably wondered and figure though at the same time. They would probably be one of the first organizations to comment on it said in a blog Tuesday that it goes without saying that we all share the aspirational hope that they are correct. Unfortunately, we must be aware that this is far from proven as an effective treatment for people with cancer. Let alone a cure. He said the key to the success of the research is apparently the focus of this experimental treatment approach on several abnormalities in cancer cells at the same time. Limiting the ability of the cancer cell to change its genetic pattern and become resistant to typical treatments. Litchfield noted that the Israeli teams research has apparently not been published in the scientific literature where would be subject to peer review, and that was one of our questions if this group is just beginning clinical trials, they may well have some difficult experiments ahead. It is certainly possible that this approach. May work. However as experience has taught us, so many times the gap from successful mouse experiment to effective beneficial application of exciting laboratory concepts to helping cancer patients at the bedside is in fact, a long and treacherous journey filled with unforeseen and anticipated obstacles right there, you go. Yeah. And what they're what you know. I guess what you're getting at least just after the day after was announced is some of the medical community coming out insane. Prove it, and that's it. I mean, that's that's that's where that that. You know, peer review comes in. And that was my first that was the first red flag for me when that story came across. All right. Where was the rest of the medical community? How is it? If we were that if they were that close how was it? The rest of the medical community wasn't aware of that. And there wasn't some kind of chatter about that. Because there would be. That would be all over. And if you would have been it likely would have been much sooner. Would have been you know, maybe even a few years ago if not longer than this. We believe this technique is going to work one day, and we could see this. Five to move into trials five to ten years down the down the road. Well, not twelve months out. Well, the the the the one thing and you brought up the was there knows which was different case than than this. Because even the you've got these medical professionals use cancer specialist saying, okay, we see we think we see where they're going. Was it the same with well there there was they were scrutinizing. It was you know, the Wall Street Journal that really undid the whole theranos thing. They there was it was the same approach though. It was the same response by the medical community, essentially show show us, you know, show us that this was going to work, and of course, when they got into it. The Wall Street Journal was maligned, of course, by the by the company, you had household names. And prominent people sitting on the board of theranos, and at that point, the founder became, you know, a billionaire at some point she was worth nine billion or something like that. But when the Wall Street Journal broke down. Everything started falling apart. Then you're deal with the drug stores and everything else started falling apart. But the medical community was was basically saying the same thing they're saying here. Yeah, you're going to have to show us. And the problem was is that they actually had people that they were doing blood tests on. Which of course, got false results. Well, I mean, the the concern is if you're a private entity that you're always trying to get private investment. And so you give out as much optimism as possible. If you're doing it if you're trying to do both get know legit investors that may get a return on their investment. And at the same time wanna promoted as being credible, which would help you in both. That's where you need peer review. I would think I I would think along the process. Okay. We've got to step one. Here's what we've done you put that up for peer review, people say, okay? That's a great start. You know, where do you go from here? You know, what what what's the next step while we done this? And we believe the next step would be that. And then you get peer review, stating, you know, from many doctors or many of the best cancer specialist. This looks like they're on the right path. And you move it. You just don't go from nothing to we believe we have a cure for cancer, right right with you don't get to that point of saying, we have a cure for cancer without having something or a large body of evidence of your research that has already been put out to peer review. That's how I would think it would it would suppose to would supposed to go. Yeah. I mean, you had the second in command there at the at the theranos that was essentially fired for questioning their methodology and what they were doing. So that kind of some of that came from you know, internally, and that's how it works. They were claiming that you could do this extensive blood tests dot with a small amount of blood. And and you know, that's that would have been a big deal that would have been revolutionary had it been true. But it's not you can't change, those dynamics. At least the technology's not there right now to to change that. And it never was for for theranos. Not even close, and you know, one day, they'll get to a a cancer cure. I believe I don't know if it's going to be in our lifetime. But when a company is claiming twelve months. Sorry instant red flag. Instant red flag. Yeah. I mean, that's. Oh, somebody said, well, a cassock or said, so twelve years. No, let's go twelve months. No, I bet if you said we believe in five years would be able to have it out. But when you throw out something, and that's when you know you and I when we were even talking about an appreciable meeting before we went on the air. We said. This seems to have everything right everything that you would want from a cure. Much more affordable will be ready in a year. And then we thought even reading the article well. Not really even what they're talking about is by the time, you have trials in might be available in some cases, you know, in a few years, but the even the headline stating that would be available in a year. Well, not really, and then we just said, you know, there's so much, you know, when you start talking about cancer and the different types of cancer, and you know, and and the u mutation of the the the the cells, and and and the tremendous amount of research has been done that you would just think that if you thought it was legit and really legit. You would put a ton of research up of what you were doing for peer review. So when you announced it you had legit. You know, totally you had totally legit backing for investors to come in and make this thing ago, right? Well, global big pharma would have been pouring money into this. I mean, they already are pouring money into a ton of things a research and development on on any given treatment. Or or drug is is massive. It's it's extremely expensive. But something like this. If they were that close certainly would have been a huge target for them. It would it would change the world. And I it's going to be interesting to see the response from the Israeli scientists and from this company over the next couple of days, stating that's one thing that I didn't even see in the article we plan to put all this out to peer review, right, right? Or this will be going out. We're going to be putting it in this medical partners that are working with us. And because that's what you would want. An and we we are bringing. We're we're going to bring in the in the different cancers of the American Cancer Society, we want we want the CDC we want major universities to be checking what we're doing here because we think we now unless they're worried about the patent. Is that the experience that they would get? Sure, we don't want somebody stealing our technology. One. Fortunately, you've got to put it up for peer review. Otherwise, it really doesn't mean much. I remember I can still remember when people the whole thing. People going to Mexico going back twenty five years ago for for lateral. And I can still remember because I was beginning to my talk radio career people. Tell me all your part of the establishment will no I wouldn't do it because it's not there's nothing proven y'all. See your against alternative medicine. Oh, yeah. I guess we with the same thing has been set about you know, when we've criticized the fact that public opinion sh- shouldn't be the leader of same. The pot is medicine. That should come from science strictly come from science. And not from public opinion, which had which it has. And now, you see it every day, you see more articles coming up from the medical community stating look at what was the article the other day was of watt. Forgot who had it. It said look pots not medicine. Stop it. It could alleviate some symptoms. But so can a ton of new drugs that have come out in the last five years, and a lot of people that are promoting the, you know, medical marijuana are ignoring the new chemicals that have been up the last and the new medicines throughout the last five years for nausea pain and everything else. I'll even on the the if you're going to do a homeopathic approach than you. You still have other alternatives. But that's far from calling it medicine, even if it helps with certain symptoms. And and leave that up to science leave that up to the scientific community, which maybe they'll get there again. I mean, if increasing the appetite for cancer patient or an aids patient, absolutely great fine. But again, that's that's far from calling it medicine. From it actually being medicine. So it'll be interesting to see what happens over the next week on this because this is something if you're the company Israeli company you'd want to be promoting this every single day right now. Look, we invite the skeptics to look at our research. Well, we're we're we're gonna we're gonna be post we want peer review on the science behind. You know, what what we're doing here? And why we believe it's going to work. We brought these organizations and we brought the American can we want people to see this because this would be one of the biggest breakthroughs in medicine ever. And we think we're on the right path. That's exactly what I thought. You know, you could see in a in a theranos or any other research company if it would have been about the research. Yeah. This is what we believe. We'll get to a point at some point. With this technology that you can walk into a drugstore and get a comprehensive blood test and not have to give a vial or to a blood in order to get it done. I think you would still have investors on board that say, okay, what first of all show us which direction you're you're headed. And why? But it wasn't about that. It was according to authorities. It was it was fraud.

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