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Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela

01:28 min | 3 weeks ago

Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

"And we wanted to tackle an issue that you're not gonna hear a lot about when you turn on your TV tonight, and who knew we had such a celebrity living right here in the state of Ohio when it comes to fighting. Human trafficking doctor. Marlene Carson is a member of the United States Advisory Council on human Trafficking. She had that term for two years personally appointed by the Trump administration. Dr Carson. Thank you so much for joining us. If anyone knows the realities of human trafficking it is you. Mindy. Thank you so much. I really appreciate you even hosting this show today is very important. Thank you. Yeah, we knew it was a time to talk about it, Marlene and And, you know, I'm familiar with rehabs hideaway, which you also founded. The list of what you've done in this area is really impressive. I just kind of want to start out with today and it is Super Bowl Sunday, and this is a day traditionally where we would see an uptick in activity in the city where the Super Bowl was happening of human trafficking, Correct. That's correct. That's very true. Why is that? Well, any time you have, unfortunately, And I'm not making this a blanket statement, But any time you have a bunch of men, money, sports alcohol Is the criteria. Traffickers Look for that. So traffickers bring women and girls victim from around the country to monopolize the monetize. These games

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Ben Carson says he was "desperately ill" with COVID-19

Wealth Creator Radio

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Ben Carson says he was "desperately ill" with COVID-19

"HUD Secretary Ben Carson is crediting unapproved experimental treatments with saving his life. Dr. Carson says he became desperately ill following his infection with the coronavirus. However, there's no medical evidence that the treatments Dr Carson sites on his Facebook page actually worked.

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Ben Carson says he was "desperately ill" with COVID-19

America First

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Ben Carson says he was "desperately ill" with COVID-19

"Housing and Urban Development says he's out of the woods After battling cope in 19 HUD Secretary Ben Carson is crediting unapproved experimental treatments with saving his life. Dr. Carson says he became desperately ill following his infection with the coronavirus. However, there's no medical evidence that the treatments Dr Carson sites on his Facebook page actually worked. Meanwhile, the HUD chief says he's out of the woods

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Gun Violence Spikes in NYC, Intensifying Debate Over Policing

The Joe Pags Show

03:56 min | 8 months ago

Gun Violence Spikes in NYC, Intensifying Debate Over Policing

"A New York. City has experienced a surge in violent crime in recent weeks, including a two hundred percent increase in shootings between June, fifteenth and July second of this year, a compared the same time in two thousand and nineteen over the July fourth holiday weekend, sixty four people were shot. Eleven died when we're gunshot wounds and the last four weeks New York. City has seen an increase in shootings. Compared to last year, there was one especially. especially heartbreaking shooting on video of a father gunned down in broad daylight while walking hand in hand the six year old daughter, the Bronx, but it isn't just gun violence troubling the big apple in the past two weeks, there was a grisly knife attack in the subway and a stabbing in Brooklyn, following the George Floyd protest against police brutality. You were police department disbanded. It's plain clothes unit, which has been involved in a disproportionate number of fatal officer involved shootings last week at NYPD captured a video, mocking the new overly cautious policing tactics being implemented in New York City a following the nationwide protests against police brutality in. In early June New York City Mayor Bill Blogs, you announced. He's moving resources from the NYPD to youth and social services as part of our city's budget. Mayor de Blasio proposes cutting nearly one billion dollars, and then PD are presentative. Alexandria Cossio Cortez scoffed at the proposal calling it a disingenuous illusion thing. defunding police means defunding police on Thursday during virtual townhall because you cortes talked about the uptick crime in new. York City, pointing out constant new NYPD hasn't happened yet, and there's still an increase in crime, a proposed theories for the crimewave and asked do we think has to do with the fact that there's record unemployment. Unemployment, in the United States right now as she continue the fact that people are at a level of economic desperation, we have not seen since the great recession and the Democratic Socialists hypothesize the increase in York City. Violence could stem from Renton demands and people shoplifting bread. Maybe this has to do with the fact that people aren't paying their rent and are scared to pay the rent. She said, and so they go out, and they need to feed their child, and they don't have money, so you maybe have to. They're putting the position. They feel like they either need to shoplift some bread or go hungry that nights. Okay so let's break this down Carrie. Did she offer any information? Suggesting the shoplifting of bread is on the rise. No no, she did not. Offer any information or proof that people are being evicted McCain pay their rent now. Okay so I've got Dr Carson on today. He the Hudsucker secretary as you know, and he's the one who talks about foreclosures and Ranson evictions and stuff like that, and of course as you know because you're a smart news person of fifty, some odd years old. You know that there had been abatements for people paying rent or getting addicted or getting foreclosed on right. They literally can't be evicted, or it'd be foreclosed on under the rules. Put Out by Hud Housing Urban Development. Run by Secretary Ben. Carson, so we don't have any proof because it isn't happening. People are being shot and killed in the streets of New York. It's. It's not over buying bread or not for stealing bread, but there's no proof of anybody shoplifting more bread in new. York, so that's unverified and probably untrue, and there's certainly no proof of people being evicted or being foreclosed on because there are rules in place protecting people right now, but I guess the broader question along with why the beep is this person in Congress? Has To be wife. She saying it. Because it's also ally that there has been no defunding or disbanding a police in new. York 'cause you just said if the the crime unit has been disbanded. The Crime Unit that actually was on top of the most violent crimes, and stopping is no longer there, therefore the violent criminals who are not stealing bread. Are Out there, killing each other and killing innocent people, so your thoughts on this. Would you hear this this dolt this? Dope. AFC saying such stupid things what goes through your mind

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"dr carson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr carson" Discussed on WTVN

"Coming up and out you're gonna want to stick around for Dinesh d'souza secretary Ben Carson Dr Carson senator Ted Cruz FCC commissioner Brendan Carr we got a lot of people to get to talk about this corona virus that has completely dominated every part of our lives you know it's interesting because many of us you know do our own thing we will agree on a ton some of us agree on some we don't like the same things we don't would like to see movies were like the same phone as early I mean generally speaking we we all eat and stuff and watch movies and things but but we all have our own likes and dislikes will realize we don't really get new ID each other's business that much but now everybody is facing the same exact thing it's kind of interesting to think about it's interesting in a bad way I wish that we weren't facing this with everybody facing the exact same thing everybody has very similar questions everybody has very similar concerns some people reacting differently than others but again you wake up in the morning you go to bed at night are you thinking about this coronavirus that started in Wuhan China this is never going to cope with nineteen which means corona virus disease twenty nineteen it's all encompassing it's all it's on the president is ubiquitous some would say it's everywhere it's all it we we got what we do today will be today are we gonna get is it in the air today can we walk outside we briefly look at what can we smell can we talk to our friends who face time can face time do grunt of ours it we everybody's just completely up in arms and I've mentioned this consistently for weeks now we're like this because we don't have enough information the president's doing a good job it giving us a daily press briefing that's necessary I'm glad he's doing that we need to hear from the crown of ours task force but when you hear that going to Laredo Texas is going to charge you a thousand dollars in a fine if you don't have a mask when you're walking around outside it makes you say why we're hearing that some municipalities are saying you know let's put it at an ankle bracelet monitor on people of corona virus to make sure they stay in the house really well why you don't need it makes you think why don't we have more complete information is it because China would help information for so long that it's hard to get any any facts what a lead scientist who is studying coronavirus when I first started is dead allegedly from corona virus who don't really know that China could just often we don't know so if you get information from him China is opening their wet markets again which makes no sense is where it started Jennifer tell me like it's gone here we don't have it anymore it's gone OBS well it's not we have no idea why it started what started it we think maybe from bats maybe because people eat bats in China the little batsuit alone on a Saturday right so we just don't have the information on there it's about them saving face it's about their honor and also the state run media in China has been pushing the the narrative that somehow we have the virus first we gave it to China oh shut up maybe the leftist media here literally giving talking point for the Chinese government and having the praise of how well China has handled this they have no idea what China is doing with excel got kicked out so you're stuck inside probably only essential jobs are are up and running our economy which was the best in history has screeched to a halt you got the left trying to make hay out of this at every turn at every turn they don't even want the news coverage is covered anymore the course will have free will if we don't watch the president and the news conferences we don't educate ourselves what's going on we could you shut it off but now the media wants to forcibly shut off you're not allowed to cover it by the way people who do what I do me specifically I should shut up too this is what the left is doing this country AOC yesterday put out a tweet that the corona virus is somehow racist yeah the viruses only attacking black and brown people it turns out which is of course Pat Leon true it doesn't care what color you are what race you are what background you are it infects wherever it can it is extremely contagious how contagious really a lot I will tell you more specifically but nobody's telling us so what do you do with the time kids doing home schooling mine are what I hope is going to be doing online schooling with the schools where they should be right now are you okay with the economy being completely shut down we doing don't we know I think there's way more unknown than known I mean very very smart people that are in my circle weighs more than I'll ever be are freaking out this.

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U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:18 min | 1 year 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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College Board CEO says SAT adversity score measures "what you've overcome"

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

08:55 min | 1 year ago

College Board CEO says SAT adversity score measures "what you've overcome"

"Friday. Joining us now, Dr Jason Nichols is professor in the African American studies department at the university of Maryland in college park Nichols. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. America's morning. Let's talk about what the SAT is doing. They're going to start a signing. An adversity score to every student who takes the SAT. We know there's a fifteen different categories, a you'll never know what your score is. You'll never know the score that they give you only the colleges can see it, and they are not going to disclose. Really how the score is determined. Is this a positive or negative? I think the goal and objective here is a positive one. I think what they wanna do is give students who have faced some adversity. You know, a better opportunity right now, as we've seen the wealthy weather by Hooker by crook. They seem to get ahead and get more opportunities as far as higher education, which creates more equities in our society. However, I don't think that this is the best way to go about it. So in that sense, it's a negative. I think that the SAT's aren't objective measure. They're not even a good measure. I'm not even sure that we should even have SAT's, particularly the verbal section which really just measures how many words, you know, which has nothing to do with intelligence doesn't show your ability, your drive your motivation. So I'm not sure that the SAT's are a badger that we should go by anyway at higher education. What I find interesting about what you just said, though, doesn't the word section. We just had this conversation here on our premium meeting, because when I was a kid, we had the word of the day in the kitchen for whoever which ever one of us was studying for the SAT is the word of the day in the meeting, because there are a lot of words we didn't know, but doesn't that show a student's ability to study and to learn because when you go into college, the course loads really hard, you're going to be coming across things that you never used before chemistry physics, all types of things. And it kind of projects your ability to be able to hang with the course curriculum. So I would disagree. I mean, there are a lot of studies that show that the words that you use particular your, your vocabulary isn't really a measure of anything other than the words, you've been exposed to. So if you are in a community, where people choose more words than you're exposed to, to more to a larger vocabulary than you're gonna no more words, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're more intelligent. If you look at a lot of people, you know, I was joking about this, the other day, you look at the people on television, they use a lot of fancy words, a lot of times to say not a whole lot. So I don't think it's necessarily a good measure of anything. I think you know, the math you can make an argument there. You know, mass is inductive and deductive reasoning and things like that. But the verbal section really doesn't measure a whole lot. I think if we really want to see what students are going to really. Which students are going, make the, the effort to be successful at higher education. We should look at, you know, things like essays and recommendations and extracurriculars, and all those other measures that people take into account and higher education. I you know, one of the things I mean, this, this story is super interesting for a bunch of reasons, but one is super it's very obvious what's happening here. The, the SAT board is trying to come up with a way to assess for race without actually acknowledging race. I mean, that was set in the Wall Street Journal piece to buy one of the experts that they quoted on this subject, and as people are getting into school. The, the thing that I think, drives, a lot of people crazy is that students are assessed on immutable, characteristics, things that have nothing to do with academic achievement and then put into institutions that are dedicated to academic achievement. So the worrying thing here is professor that we're not concentrated enough on outcomes, and instead are concentrated too much sort of fashion. Political statements at our at our institutions of higher learning. Yeah. I would I would disagree again Vince again to wording. I know what you say that it's about race, but there are lots of you know, there are certainly more poor white children in this country than there are black. You know, there's certainly a lot of working class Asian American children. I think this is more about the diversity that you faced sure there, people who come from, you know, certain communities, that have violence and things like that. But this is, you know, there's a I think fifteen different categories, right? Professor measures. And, and I, I think we're in agreement that this isn't the best way to go about it. It sure but I, I don't think this is this is necessarily poxy. For racism, matter of fact, it's trying to look at adversity by taking race out of it now, but as you know, if you look at the data said this, this is this is sort of a specific Enron around using the word race but still assessing for it. So, for instance, a one the guy I quoted Anthony carnival as the. Rector of Georgetown University center on education and the workforce. He's quoted by the Wall Street Journal is saying quote the purpose is to get to race without using race. I know that's a point you disagree with. But when we look at the actual data that they're using one of the things they do is single parent households. That's a really clear delineation, if you look at that the lowest category in America by race for people who have single parent households are Asians. And what is the big controversy Asian students at Harvard? What this means is they're going to figure out a way to make sure that fewer Asian students in the end go to Harvard, which was Harvard goal in the first place right now. Again, I, I completely disagree and, and, you know, we could go on and on about the, the Harvard, you know, case where a matter of fact, you know, I think it was twenty percent of their incoming class was Asian and Asian American only five percent of the population. So there's still four times over represented at Harvard. What a problem. They're trying to do. No, I don't have a problem with that. I think if the as found that way, but it's certainly not that they're being oppressed or they're being kept out and Harvard wants to stop them, though. I mean, meaning Harvard wants to suppress the amount of Asians that come into the school because they believe that there are over represented, and, and the point, I think, a lot of people say, well, if they get in on the merits, why not admit them, because it's about educational standards. Not right. My, my challenge to it all is what we say, our marriage our marriage, particularly with or talking about the SAT. I think that that's not really a good measure of a whole lot. So, you know, I think that we certainly need to overall how people get into higher education scene, of course with the scandal, coming forward that people have been cheating, the system for a long time, particularly wealthy kids. And this is, you know, people that come from wealthy families. You know, if you talk about Harvard, you know, of course, Jared Kushner father makes a five million dollar you know, you know, investment into Harvard gives you know, for building or whatever, and all of a sudden, Jared Kushner, who was high school teachers all said that he didn't deserve to get in say they were better students that got deny all of a sudden he gets entrance into Harvard. Well, there's no question. No question. There's a there's a privilege structure. We've got. Yeah. Vince is point. There's a privilege structure, but I also think that, that is not the majority of people whose father donates enough money to build a building is a very small percentage of kids who applied to call it the way, I'm willing to submit to auditing that to everything about, like legacy entries and all that stuff. I'm that's that's worthy of looking at I think, coming up with a system that focuses less on educational merit and more on other things, doesn't improve school. That's all well, thank you so much again, you know, I know a lot of people who are conservative, you know, they rail against giving people opportunities, you know, and that's what any of these programs even if you go back to affirmative action, it's about giving opportunities and I always tell them I conserve friend, all your favorite black conservative. You would not have them if it wants for these programs that opened doors for people, so, you wouldn't have Ben Carson, if there were no affirmative action would have no Clarence Thomas. If, if there were no affirmative action I am willing to bet that, that Dr Carson would probably disagree with. You on that. But we got we're we're we're not at time. But thank you so much. We have to continue this on another day. Carson says affirmative action hearts African-Americans says him. But anyway, thank you. Thank you. Dr Jason Nichols. We could go on and on. Thank you so much. Really appreciate your time, have a

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"dr carson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Seven in the answer. Of course, I'm Alex. The news guy is six forty right now here in New York City, Monday morning president's day lot of school the schools are closed. Lot banks are closed post office stock market all closed, but we'll keep you company here with your morning coffee, and whatever else that you're imbibing in or eating this morning for breakfast. And right now, here's an interview that Joe did with the regional director for HUD. We just had Ben Carson on before. And Lynn patent is the is the regional director for here in the New York City region. She is spending time at different nights your houses this week. She will be in the Frederick Douglass houses this week and she'll spend five days, they're examining the conditions. They're living there as to see what hug needs to do to get supplies and money to these people that they desperately need. So let's listen to this interview. The Joe Piscopo did with Lynn patent from a few weeks ago link bat is a friend. He's a hood administrator for New York and New Jersey doing a spectacular job. And we are so proud to bring her to the airwaves. It's early on a Monday. Lynn, welcome back to the show. Great to have you with us. Hey, good morning, Joe and great to be back. I was actually saying to myself. I don't think I've called in its early before the seven o'clock hour. I know thank you so much sleep during last night's Super Bowl. Great line. One one Super Bowl Sunday. We didn't stay up delay. Hey. Citing thing. I think was a flyover honestly, thank you by the way for bringing secretary Carson to the airwaves. I know you you had a lot to do with that. With Frankie fight on. He engaged you guys have been and I thought it was important for him to. Thank you here on the show is that the first of all the residents listen to and the ones who have really stayed on top of the Nitra crisis. You are do look what you doing Lynn. I mean, we've known each other for a few years. Now, you're doing such a great that you're moving in. And then you bring in the Trump administration you bringing down secretary Carson, and who is who I know through. And I told thank question this that Mike Lindell's a close friend of mine that I met he ball. He and Dr Carson, you know, they go out they do these religious retreats, Mike. Thing. And his story is amazing. You know, that's the Mr. my pillow guy. That's exactly right. And he is he's an advocate of helping the inner cities as the president is as Mike is. And then Dr. Godless. If you you do and I wanted to Dr Carson, Mike is also extremely religious, which I think is is wonderful about him. They do these religious retreats around around the world to hundreds of thousands of people. You're absolutely right. And but thanks, so what's been the reaction from the public nights. You residents policymakers Lynn patent in regards to this nightmare situation in the city. Sure. Well, I think it's you know, you may know I've been trying to go on TV and radio and really make sure that the residents fully understand what's going on. And what I want to make clear is that what separates this agreement from the one that we submitted to judge Pauley is that this agreement has very steep specific standards and benchmarks including the complete. Abatement of all leads some all nitric buildings, which is something believe it or not. That's never been required before we also made the historic. Ration- of substantial default, which you know, removes it from judge police court and allows the secretary to have unprecedented decision making authority and what we decided to do with that. Or what the secretary decided to do was appoint a federal monitor. And I do wanna take a minute to say that I absolutely stand by my statement about the monitor, you know, I don't agree that the monitor is going to be monitoring as headquarters said at the press conference. My only regret is maybe using the phrase day to day because I didn't realize it would freak everybody out. And that legally maybe it means something else. But yes, this monitor will actively be engaged in major decision making not just monitoring can you give us a hint of who the monitor will be linn Benton. Well, you know, I actually I'm going to have some calls about. Today. But I I know it's been narrowed down to maybe three or four people that the FDA lion. Hutter both interested in we're absolutely going to take suggestions from the mayor's office as well and start screening those people this week. So I I really it would be premature to say that one person has an edge over another at this point. I love that secretary. Carson says the press has to be vigilant. And I love that he said that because you know, and I might have had a a sort of contentious relationship with Greg Smith from the daily news when he aronie sleep called me wedding planner when I first got appointed here. So without folks like him without Lisa Evers. Monica morale is yourself. You know, the Afghan lie would not have had such a thorough investigation. They credit you guys a lot with helping their three year investigation expose the deepest levels of of. Deception and gross mismanagement Lynn, Pat, and I have to tell you because my mission for many many years has meant to help at risk children. I'm the spokesperson for the boys and girls clubs in New Jersey. And I see some of the century. Well, you know, what's funny is that you how under progressive leadership does not get. How did how did this conditions deteriorate to the point that the takes someone like you, by the way, that's in the Donald J Trump administration? I mean really to bring Dr Carson. So these are all quote, unquote. Say is that, you know, this administration under Donald Trump increased capital funding at trip I saying. I'm just saying most people don't even realize that. But, you know, a look the the deterioration is a number of things. But what I want to make clear is that it's not funding alone. A lot of people say, oh, well, the federal government has funded nature over since two thousand one last seventeen eighteen years, and that's absolutely true. But it's happened across both aisles, you know, not one president decides what the formula allocation is going to be for nature that's determination made by congress. But at the same time, you know, gross mismanagement is why we're here today. Even judge Pauley pointed out that there is four hundred eighty three million dollars that was earmarked for boilers left unspent in nitrous coffers. Just sitting there doing nothing that is unacceptable. It is winter people are freezing. And you know, I also want to say that I know the mayor, and I've been going back and forth, and I have nothing against him as a person, I know he cares about public housing. You used to have my exact job. But again, no one gets credit in my book for turning heat or hot water back on that is our job. That is what we should be doing. It should be uninterrupted, quite frankly for the residents of nature, and I look forward to moving in on February eleventh to experience that myself, and and hopefully get some real active changes on the ground lead. Baton the HUD, administrative for New York and New Jersey, by the way, if I may ask you Lynn, and we so appreciate you joining us, especially this early on a Monday jersey public because you're in charge of that too. How is that looking in my home state? I always said that you know jersey is not going to be the red headed stepchild under my watch. I know. Thank you, come to me and said that they neglected bypassed RA's invite away when I said that believe it or not I got a lot of letters from, you know, headed society. But that was good. Did you got mad? You can't wait. I'm so sorry. You know, this administration is not a PC as some of the others. But I'm there almost every three to four days. I love New Jersey. I have an office there. My team is amazing. I'm actively engaged. In fact, I'll be there this week. New Jersey is doing great things. Mayor RAs Baraka, and I get along very well garden spires as a project we both worked on, you know, look at the end of the day. We're all much more alike than we are unlike and she decent safe and sanitary housing partisan. No politics. Not before you go the deadlines you've been pretty aggressive on these deadlines. I mean what happens if the deadlines are not met. Well, what happened is wants to monitor is appointed and the deadlines are not met. There's a series of different steps we can take certainly putting them back in civil threshold, which means that they have to run every sort of purchase past us. And my team certainly the monitor can then play a more aggressive role, certainly the monitor can also remove people from their positions. I wanna make it clear that this monitor may not have specific hiring and firing capabilities, but he or she certainly has the power to transfer or remove or change the every day job description of somebody in leadership, and to me, that's virtually the same thing if you can transfer a CEO down to maintenance than, you know, effectively, you are rendering them incapable. So. As far as I'm concerned. Like, I said this monitor has extremely extremely significant authorities. They can even abrogate the union contracts in conjunction with, HUD. There's a lot of things going on most importantly, they are responsible for a new organizational plan and leadership restructure that will also empower the monitor to change the reporting line, the board of directors and specific employee responsibilities. Things that the monitor totally enact if these deadlines, and we'll have the monitor any day. Now is that what you're saying any day? Now, I mean, we'd like to have the person identified hopefully within the next two weeks, not sooner than you. Yeah. You do such a great job helping out stepping up the way you did. Great. And I love to see you out there up around when we see these different events. So God bless you grow got speak. All right. So that was important. She's going to be in the Frederick Douglass houses this week as she explores the conditions that are there should be living there from today until Friday. I'm hoping to have Lynn patent on the show at some point this week to update us on what's going on their w hayme. Those got the traffic.

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"dr carson" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Twelve ten. Dr Carson the to ride the Joe Ben Carson. That's right. That's a good thought day. That's a good one. Thank you. Ben carson. Would you put Ben Carson above because he himself is a physician, right? So he's a neurosurgeon. That's a good one. Would you put Ben Carson? Here's who I was thinking rand Paul. Yeah. I think that's the that's going to be hard to top because he delivered tearing streak gets a lot with sort of my beliefs in some sense. Doctor. He's also a physician. So in my mind, Paul makes a lot of sense. So rand Paul is towards the top of my list. Bill Frist comes to mind to you know, long. Yes. I know he's lowering the Senate, but he he sort of he's also a physician he he was sort of the Senate majority leader right at one point, so Rick. What's your what's your take on this wreck? Well, I was gonna say Ben Carson, but that's already been taken you could suggest it again. And then you say go Frist, he spoke at the scout jamboree that I was at back in two thousand five and he's. One of the most impressive people I've ever heard speak. I think he would be great and a good endorsement if he can get in touch with them go for it. All right. So you would say so Carson would be the top of your list, of course. But I hadn't even thought of Bill Frist until you mentioned it, right? So I could do could do both right. I would think so. Yeah. That's a good one. So go get four or five blurbs on it back. Oh, we're we're asking every literally with a list of like thirty forty people. I'm writing this down. So Carson you like Frist they're the top two so far. All right. I like that Carson. I I still think ram Paul's a good one. Right. Booker's not a physician is the counter balanced to bow. You can give us any name doesn't have to be is the counterbalance Booker. What about Rubio is? He the counterbalanced the Booker. In some sense. Now, I don't think Rubio is cool as Rampaul is like rand Paul is cool who doesn't like rand Paul Rubio. There's some people that that don't like him. I think I think grand is still at the top of your list. So you put Paul the top Carson. He's too. I think and then do you? Put Rubio buff Frist. No, I've put Frist then Rubio Rubio, four Rubio's Twitter, followers, man. I don't know. Larry wants to weigh in pay Laurie who who's your who. Would you put in that order for conservatives document, Pat Croce, you gotta keep somewhere close to the hood who medical case going on and back way way way back in the day when he was like trainer, obviously inspired this way, he brought his son his message for mentors in young athletic trainers. Yeah. I've met Croce number times. He's a good one Croce is a good one. Let's sing in there. I can't wait. I appreciate that. He's a he's a that was that's a good suggestion. Although coach he doesn't help me with the balancing thing to get Zoloft my back, but but coach he's a good one. I think these are all good one Paul Carson Frist Rubio Carson hadn't hadn't thought of Carson before. When you brought it up before the show. I didn't think a Carson these either. And it seems like it would be such an obvious choice. Oh, yeah. It really does. Who would you would you say? Yeah. Grandpa that was my initial your initial thought that's an interesting one. I think Bill Cassidy is also a doctor. He's a Republican Senator from Louisiana. Thank. Yep. And then price, right? The original HHS guy. But I look let's take a break when we come back. Still lots more to talk about now on a time anthem as rally sitting in for Julie's, talk radio twelve ten WPA. Sound.

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"dr carson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Man. That's great. That's wonderful. So the coursework apparently is very very very very heavy in science and mathematics described as rigorous at this school. Check this out. Uniforms are required. Are required. Every student who enters the school knows the expectations of the staff the partners partisan. The parents is for them to compete and move all the way through college not to college, but through college and the school aims to honor the contributions of Dr Carson, this is what it was all about. The contributions he's not only made to global medical communities, but also as a role model for Detroit students with aspirations and interests in the science and medical fields nothing in there about politics. And with that in mind, even though this was a six one vote to change the name. It may not happen. It may not happen because of the community meetings of the surveys that needed to be completed and again that the vibe on the street is no we don't want you change of this. And and by the very, you know, letter of the definition of how the school is named you know, it it's again named for what he's done in medicine period. It has nothing to do with what he's done a politics or anything to do with the Trump administration. So I hope for the man sake because he's a great, man. He's done wonderful things in medicine that they keep.

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Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

Living Regret Free

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

"Hi everyone. This is Dr. Carson welcome to living. Regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. It's free and I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website, WWW dot spunky, old, broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Tara moloch, and Atara is really an interesting interesting person that we have today because her passion is working with working mothers and guiding them along the many stages of their work life journey. It's always been her focus that of successful parenting. And so she founded a parenting academy at the beginning of her professional career and created a curriculum for more than six hundred families who participated in weekly classes each year. And now she has a new book called a working mothers, GPS a guy to parenting success for that modern working mom. So welcome Atara.

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"dr carson" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"Each of the last two. I don't know what you're talking about. Are you worried about training camp though? The training Campbell, the if he's not there for forget training camp. If he's not there until five days before week one does that get shake in your boots five days before their first game or five days before week, one five days before their first game. Like he shows up that Tuesday. I might start to get rashly. They play on Thursday, so he'd have to get there like the Labor Day weekend. But but I mean jazz done by that. So so realistically. You know he's holding out in the second week of August. What are you going to do with Julio day? You're going to get jittery. You might turn to ODA back. Well, I know Dell Beckham ranked ahead of many of AJ green. Nobody's AJ green, right? They of Julio Jones. Anyone? No. I mean about training camp for him. He he spent time throwing with Matt Ryan, so you know, it's not like he's taking the off season off and he noticed them. He'll be certainly motivated contract, no contract to play, not the play. He's a professional. I mean, he, he's, he'll be fine. It's if if that's the concern, don't trap Levy on bell, don't don't. Don't. Dr. Carson Wentz don't draft anybody that's not playing or not with their team because you're scared. I mean, that's the only way to go. It's a bad way to go, but it's a way to go. I mean, he'll be fine. Okay. Now the last thing, great Email from Troy. This is where Julio Jones has finished in first and non PR. Then PR his last four seasons in non PR eighth second, six and fourth, eighth second, six and fourth wide receiver, not overall wide receiver in PR. Sixth second, six. And seventh. Does that is that I one player. Priding it's pretty darn close voter or not the second round player. That's where he should be drafted this year. I'm perfectly fine taking them in the first round, but it's like late in the first round with the top five, we're gonna take him as early as we'd like Adam says anything after ten is basically second or first ran. It doesn't matter. Aby maybe somebody gets jittery about the hold out and you do find him in three or four five picks and around two, but you're not gonna find him in round three ever by the way the Darren from Troyes Email, Darrin Nelson, former Vikings, running back..

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"dr carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"Time if and she also hosts her own radio podcast on society by radio called mama their cancer support radio podcasts welcomed in the how are you i'm craig dr carson how are you i am good and so interesting we're talking about all of this again today as you know in some of my listeners know i'm a three time breast cancer survivor and had sixteen surgeries and just last week went because when i noticed something on my leg and i had skin cancer so i am nursing a beautiful big hole in my leg but it's being taken care of which is the important thing and the other interesting thing in a decision that i have to make and i haven't made it yet is the medication that i'm honest making me very stiff so i said to the doctor you know i'm very very stiff and he said well that's a med set you're on and i said really and i said any gave me a choice i can go off of them or not and i'm deciding what i'm gonna do and whether maybe massage or acupuncture or something like that might help but that all brings us to what you're talking about today which is of course you being the momma bear of cancer coaching and also set your now a woman in business so as a stay at home mom did you feel like you had a place in the business world oh absolutely not i really ahead adopted the old time like i feel like at some point in time i was a a disappointment to some of my peers in the same age group as i got married so so young at twenty two and you know my husband we've been married for almost thirty years and we definitely had he had his expectations in laid them on the table of like our second or third date so i knew exactly what i was getting into as far as like my marriage and staying at home with my kids and things like that having a business was not something had ever occurred to me but like you i haven't had so many surgeries although i just finished a full hysterectomy.

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"dr carson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on KOMO

"A jury in pennsylvania convicted him today of drugging and molesting a woman he remains free ahead of sentencing could face a maximum of thirty years in prison bill cosby is eighty years old president trump is going across the pond to visit the united kingdom on friday july thirteenth the white house today confirmed the trip is being billed as a working visit komo news time one nineteen housing and urban development secretary ben carson has proposed far reaching changes for federal housing subsidies tripling the rent for the poorest households and making it easier for housing authorities to impose work requirements washington post business reporter tracy jan following the story she spoke earlier with komo's bill o'neil trixie tell us more about dr carson proposal carson's proposal triples rent for the lowest income americans those are people who are typically making less than two hundred dollars a month in income whether it's cash welfare assistance or odd jobs they do you know every now and then and which means that their rents would be rising from a minimum a minimum of fifty dollars a month to one hundred and fifty dollars a month and this is really put a dent in the household budget who's only making two hundred dollars a month what are you into the f d dollars a month to stretch for pipers for transportation whatever it costs that aren't covered by food stamps if he received food stamps the hud secretary made this proposal part of a larger effort by the trump administration should we shape the social safety net and it extends beyond housing into how we're going to treat people who rely on food stamps as well as medicaid for the poor could this actually meet some lower income americans could find themselves out.

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"dr carson" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Coverage good morning everybody thank you so very much for kindly joining me rejoining me again on this lovely friday morning my name is lisa mcdonald host of living fearlessly with the contact talk radio network listenership spans two one hundred and forty five countries two hundred twenty tv radio terrestrial satellites and the potential for millions of tune downloads once again i joined by yet another phenomenal guest my guest today is a woman by the name of zara car san so before we go into the dialogue here and plug a little bit about saar as bio given how expansive the listenership is i just wanna firstly thank my sponsors halt honda and forever for believing in myself the content and the program i also wish to quickly think my family over at c suite radio network which where of course once we are completed with the live show you can eventually find the podcast link over on living with lisa mcdonald so who is my guest today well my guest is a spitfire by the name of dr carson sorry is certified as an nlp practitioner czar is a trusted success coach to high performance executives in public speaker she is the best selling author of how do you take your happy and has a tv show on transformation tv her company get send offers suite of products that include online video training a success bootcamp class and an awardwinning apt to help you stay on track with your goals with over twenty years of experience as a management consultant and corporate coach goal setting and producing results became second nature reserve up she now coaches corporations and industry leaders on how to live and work better are also works on the passion project with honey shine inc to empower young girls and teach emotional resilience.

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"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Or whatever so we put it down but this time he was like i can't see but i can feel he reached out and knocked the piggybank over and so carstens look down and seeing the the contents of the piggy bank and it was car keys and a map in the matt was to the hilltop would use to be a museum and dr carson was like oh my god this at this point is it even look this must be jesus maybe this crazy black man is right okay god has gotten us like the only thing that could have made us better that they would have started off the episode dr carson expressed explicitly being like i am atheist don't you give me that jesus bullshit because hey jesus the son the whole go i don't want none of them he was like amy black play you've ever been to barbara schock three all of them have a negative don't believe in by the he believed but it was like you know he was his thing was like man like we get lucky but how much more can we get and we're gonna get enga op believe that everything on work out 'cause guy will this so and so at this point even causing his like will fuck it maybe yonne something you know we got a key guy a map to where we need to go we can get to this car might be straight so they go head out to find the garage where the car is and gave here something banging can't really see so he looks a big ass nine and it's why it failed or just swing it and he's like trying to squint to make it out and he finally makes it out and it says beware traps in the yard and he yells at the the carson like dr carson stop at dr carson turns around a fucking bear trap goes off on his.

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"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Right yeah they just they literally like i don't know if he was masturbating and things got a little too too hard core i don't know how died but it was it was this little too much yeah bag over his head had his on chain to the to the bedpost i don't know any like he had a whole bunch of your so one completely roll right around i'm assume yeah i i'm assuming there was some type of suicide like you take the pills you put the bag of your head and then you chain you're all to the things that you can't take it off in your i don't know anyway so then they go into the bedroom and gave is is a you know what i was thinking oh why wouldn't be moving 'cause it's not like he had trauma to his head at a bag over his head should have been still as army not miss chained to a bed not well not unless it was more than just that person there or maybe you know so they puncture wounds in the bag nothing i think they fucked up said he was moving okay all right i didn't see i've forgot he was moving there anyway i guess they killed us on me and took it out of there then gay was sitting on the bed carson may lay oh as down but you can't even see what you're doing gay was looking at something real close and he's like what do these see and then fucking came over there and looked at it was the pill boxes the bottles of pills that do had that is of me probably use the killer stuff or whatever but it was so many pills in the room it's like all of them can't be killing myself hill somebody's got to be other shit so he was like oh man you look these are not the problem for the opioid crisis these actual antibiotics you you you found a one mother fucker in the world that had a stockpile of antibiotics five and he said you know what shit if they had expired on matter they don't matter oh dr carson was like this man may have saved a life.

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"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Holy shit this is gonna be a problem especially if laura show up or whatever right he better get missing for she shows up or you can pull the other switcheroo which is cedar reels snitch and she tried to frame me through and follows him i go to neagh now be like laura snitching that's what i found who the bag i is going up so because that would be his second time doing that so maybe won't work he tried that with the regional dr carson at work but you know how many times getting this happen all right so last one my favorite dr carson and gate so they in a car the beginning causing a gay they lost trying to get the hilltop gay trying to read the map and at i i'm like damn it was making just not read but it turns out his eyes aren't working so well right at carson like what it does affect infection that you got design be guts starting to take your article nerves and gay was already twitting and had a fever he shouldn't eleven first place he's like will look guy will get us through safety safely don't worry about it god this guy he's got enough even if i can't see it's going to be okay everything's gonna be our right and causing those like maybe we need to let god drive and then gave was like we don't have to let them drive but we should let him in the car you know all those footprints on the side of road he probably getting tired started laughing and i was like disney talking crazy.

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"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Listen to anna's angel because this one particular i got thoughts about i coup alexander's were big parties episode is all about them trying to get back to trying to get to hilltop says allergy andrea was the story and it's about the white interior okay some saviors on a bridge they're on a bridge and they get a walkietalkie message that basically says carson car dr caused carson not to be confused with the coon dr carson dr carson and gabriel have escaped under the bridge and they take off like they get walkietalkie messages like we gotta find carson and gave they scape in a car we don't know which way they're going you know star looking for them they probably hit hilltop and so they like let's go and underneath this bridge we see i alexandria group walk through you know like cautiously try to make sure they're not spot it and it's very fortuitous that the savior's drove off at that time so that's probably what they were waiting on and terro grabs a walker who tries to biter as she accidentally if you guys can't hear the finger quotes i'm doing air quotes she accidentally slips on the walker and it falls into the white who we know has been like shot in the arm and not in the best shape and he ends up killing the walker but rosetta and.

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"dr carson" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on AM Joy

"I would have gone crazy well now abu containing democrats men have praised him look we have someone who lives in the community knows it is a business leader in the community they would have applauded that game i think it would be a mean when he said if he had a sunny like trayvon martin the right went absolutely mad like i think if donald trump if barack obama michelle obama had been look at the wave it chelsea clinton is sort of vilified if she walked out fighting goes wants be i mean i don't think that republicans would have abided for ten seconds a member of the obama family enriching themselves are making money on government talking about democrats air imagine democrats if it had been the same situation in dr carson's case they would have applauded the sun for being there and being a part identity would have gotten way of doing it will let me ask you this which a painter your problem as well to a puddles on the panel would would republicans have sat still for members of the obama administration personally making money off of government contracts as a result of their family member service i hope this will unveil a republican or democrat buying uh that we should not tolerate nepotism and profiteering off our government but in this situation president trump's doing these got his family on the white house of running our middle east policy and everything else would lots of conflicts of interest we've got other cabinet members are enormous conflicts of interest including the commerce secretary who has various trading operations dealing with the russians uh know they can do it why can't bunkers and do it i mean what's different about him i mean that's the mentality of this administration it's nepotism we're not have this in the bush administration or in the obama administration in the clinton administration is just the first lady was very much involved in policy and that is different this is unprecedented in the extended family to run our government and ben carson just a you know he's.

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"dr carson" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on AM Joy

"Amid all the memo madness we could forget the everyday insanity of the trump administration including the latest examples of possible ethics violations this week the washington post reported that housing secretary ben carson may have violated ethics rules by having his son helped organize the listening tour in baltimore last summer according to internal documents obtained by the post department lawyers warned that ben carson juniors role and his invitations to people with whom he had potential business dealings could violate federal ethics rules to and meet our jim currence contributed to the washington examiner and back with us is richard painter jin what is going on with dr carson his family is too involved in hud he's been warned about ethics violations is this the pitch thinks from the head that they're getting the signal from donald trump that making money in office is something that the president is doing so we can do it too well look i think you you have a number of people in this administration who aren't used to government service their successful business people this is the first time we've seen and the administration like that where we didn't pool from the administration yeah but having said that that there is no excuse for some of the things that have gone on here i fully disagreed with steve mnuchin using the plane for personal use now this is something that when you're a spokesperson for a government officially just want a bang your head into the brick wall now having said that i don't think that the case of dr carson is agree just and i think uh in this administration you do see more family events here you look at the case of ben carson junior he was there as a business leader in the community in baltimore i think he was rightfully there uh look can you imagine for a moment if barack obama had had a son and went on a listening to her in the community.

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"dr carson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To an audio cut from dr carson last night with representative henry play democrat of texas hence exactly what you were saying before i mean it's exactly what your exact i've abuses saying is eric in the background a is in the background because again this is where the bs comes in and representative a choir of texas has the line we need to enforce immigration laws but we're not but we need to enforce immigration laws but we're not both needs before and it gets to the point of being frustrating because he believes a dreamer should be able to stay but we need to enforce the law but we're not enforcing the laws so tucker carlson actually makes the same point the un made was or how long do we do it there is always going to be dreamers do we ever stop it and of course are not for open borders and so they take the line that they're not for open borders that there for following the law but everything that they believe is about open borders and not following the law right and and so as we said on the left you have no intellectual honesty i'm going to play this of little audio cut here and we'll go through with a little bit here tucker carlson with represent of henry choir a democrat of texas yesterday show so it what's your position this that the united states should always allow minor illegal immigrants to stay in the country and to get amnesty than citizenship or that they should be deported under certain circumstances are worthy rules that europe pushing for here well first of all i don't believe in open borders i think any country has the responsibility to enforce its laws nowhere snakebites about it number two eight of the question that we have before is what we talk about dreamers are we talking about we have a problem with the implementation of this sort of me the executive and should be congress or the we have a basic issue with a public policy in this case we're not talking about criminals were talking about.

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"dr carson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"One of these is if you tate prescribed timerelease nias or prescribed sustain released nias in other words if the doctor rights the prescription for nias than it'll be one of the patented version sunday's had the highest reported number of side effects jeremiah nyasaland are nias than abide have the fearless the amount of nice than that can do un is unknown because no person has ever died from nine some we know that in dogs the dose that will kill half of dogs taking maya some works out to be the human body weight o'clock of half a pound of journalists on a day while somewhere around two hundred twenty five thousand milligrams the highest dose of nyasaland evertightening was a suicide attempt and it was tens of thousands of milligrams taken by an angry teenager who settler mother knowing that nice of i'll show you horizon and she tried to punish her parents by taking an idiotic amata nias now this girl was troubled she was mentally ill was schizophrenic ways so she took sixty thousand milligrams of nice and dr hoffer knows is using bottomless arm eventually and you know at her result of that once she got healthy yeah the voices she was nearing under had stopped while and then and this is the kicker then she started taking three thousand milligrams of nice of day and she was well so the amount of vitamin a that you need for especially nihilism is very very variable and it must be determined with great care preferably with a physician and anyone is taking high doses of ice on for a lengthy period of time should have their liver enzyme tested uh when they have physical these used to be called liver function task but they're libre enzyme chess properly term abc dr carson said it is comma when you're taking a lot of nihilism for those lower enzyme numbers to go off.

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"dr carson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"dr carson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Out so i will do my best to work with her and with secretary carson man i i spoke with dr carson said come together with me look at some of our public housing buildings in our ford about housing programs to see how hundreds of thousands of people are relying on them and you know i'm gonna keep holding out that offer hoping we can find some common ground so it's how to work with her find ways to work with their it's not please mr president n put somebody anil has some experience in this area brian we're pass that point we're through the lookingglass here in terms of so many things we're seeing eye in the trump administration and i think i think it's great for us to try and strive for normalcy um but i think it would be foolish to expect it uh we will work with whoever they named the best we can but i think the real action we'll be on the ground are not only near see been all over the country trying to change these policies in this fight over the budget up through september workman mayors all over the country democrats and republicans the white by the way who think the cuts to hide would be horrible for their communities and then you know the bigger changes have to happen twenty teen in twenty twenty but asking uh the trump administration to acknowledge historic norms and to think about uh what would make for effective government uh that is with the wind right there and last thing on this what do you want let's say len patten's listening what are you once in that office excuse me for the people of new york regardless of who's running it look len patten as well my housing commissioner and the chair of the housing authority will meet her with an open hand in and look for common ground and what we want is cooperation with the housing authority i four hundred thousand new yorkers live in that hasn't gotten the kind of uh support it deserves for decades it's.

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