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World Health Organization team arrives in Wuhan to investigate COVID-19's origins
"But now the World Health Organization has experts that have finally touched down in the central Chinese city of Wuhan to carry out a politically sensitive investigation into the origins of the coronavirus member team will investigate the possible animal origin of the virus and how it was amplified. Dr. Michael Ryan, executive director of health Emergencies at the W. H o Said that the goal is quote not about finding somebody to blame. The W H O visit comes as China reports its first coronavirus death in eight months. Cases have been researching in recent weeks, mainly in northern Herb, a province surrounding Beijing. Which clinic
"dr michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"As seventy two year old man who loves this country so dealing long to come here. Since i was a boy is to see so many so-called evangelical become walk and they have impacted so many of their so-called evangelical congregations that they no longer discerning between godly policy or godless policy. And that is the saddest thing happening in georgia. Where i've lived here for forty years forty three years And and that's why. I worry about the results tonight but nonetheless it's in god's hand I am absolutely convinced that any so called evangelical bible believer who would vote for somebody who's a pro-abortion got blood on their hands. And and i think it's time for us to get serious but the christians unfortunately not all of them thank god for the faithful ones Going to sleep on the switch and the switch on the switch because they just not seeing the seriousness of this particular election. I mean that'd be an attack in the social media and public land that's fine. I think it's just great. But i i can tell you that you know. You asked me my personal opinion. And my my own opinion is that is up sorrow in my heart over some christian pastors being misled and this guy and then a misleading their congregation. Rafael warnock occupies a pulpit at the church. That martin luther king once once led they have pushed him as the his his campaign. slogan is rev up the vote. joe biden refers to him as as the rev. They're pushing this from a religious perspective. But there's there's no position. He takes on a public issue. That i know any christian that that follows. I mean in any any practicing christian. His positions on abortion for instance The you think this makes a difference. I look i think he's going to do very well. Amongst blacks he's going to do very well amongst dyed-in-the-wool democrats but do you his pastor it in any way makes a difference outside those communities. No i don't think so. I really don't i think he is and he played that. And that's the same thing. Michael is that if a conservative pastor running for for office the media would have cried bloody murder separation of church and state separation of church and state but they get a socialist rations theologists and a liberal non biblical pasture. Run mike goodness they make him a saint and this. This is part of what has happened in the culture in the last several decades. We have got to the point. We we literally except hypocrisy as as a as a good sport. What issues do you see in your church. And in the daily conversations that matter to people of faith particularly christians in georgia that are going to help determine how they cast their votes. Well i really think. The issue of life is at the forefront of most bible believing christians if not all bible believing christians. The issue of life is is vitally important. Because really. it's not the issue with the you will ever reverse ravi way or not. The issue is when a person is pro-life. Then you know he's got his center. Her center is right. Got the compass rights for the rest for the other issues of life. But if you think you know motoring baby and their mother's womb is just not a big deal then you got all your messed up and other areas. That's really what. I personally have have been on the record saying but it's not the be all in the end all but we might never be able to change the laws but nonetheless. I think it says something about the individuals is about their character says about the conviction says about the ethics and if they compromise life at its beginning there will compromise. If at its end and euthanasia will be the next thing and and so that is really a key point now of course the other stuff i mean that's all of the the the homosexual lobbies and all that stuff and i mean that's that's now thankfully out in the open they can't hide anymore and we know all of the wanna destroy marriage that's really what What marxists from from the days of mocks angle and the manifesto is basically a nuclear family has to be destroyed because they believe that That's what gives life to capitalism and capitalism leads to rely on religion. Just read it. It's income marks manifesto. And so they want people to be dependent on the government not on god or the church at this whole Social justice movement that is invading sadly sadly so many people that i used to admire and respect which i don't anymore It has it has invaded the thought and and that is nothing but mocks manifesto is disguised in being nice and being kind and being tolerant and unfortunately there are so many who just falling for it hook line and sinker well and i've yet to find a marxist regime that is supportive of Religious freedom. You know this is an individual raphael warnock who welcomed invited and welcomed fidel castro into his church and praised him from the pulpit. A man who basically destroyed the catholic church in cuba. I i just. i can't understand. You could call him a reverend all day. Every position he takes people of faith should be frightened off any different al sharpton reverend they use that handle to their advantage but their lives is really what you look at. Not what the title they hold. That's really important. And look. I grew up. I escaped At the age of eighteen and a half literally with the clothes on my back from egypt because in the sixties what started and fifty two when the nassar revolution came and initially you know stuck by social justice social justice and a lot of the masses. You know kind of bought into it. And then the realize what social justice ten years that by nineteen sixty two this was nineteen fifty two their the of social justice means they made everybody for everybody and the country was a basket case and used to be the bread basket of the world literally. I mean the british economy was dependent on egyptian cotton and wheat and all that and then he turned it into a basket case by nationalizing and bringing social so called social justice with socialism. I experienced it. I know it. I talk about a theory in a comfortable home in atlanta. I'm this is on will done so. This is the michael berry show..
Chicago Blackhawks’ Kirby Dach Injured In Canada’s Exhibition Win
"Kirby Doc suffers the right wrist injury and last night's team Canada Exhibition game of the World Junior Championship and the Young Hawk star coming back to Chicago to get looked at by a team physician, Dr Michael Terry. Some reports out of Canada say it's a fracture. How long that we be? Will it require surgery? All those things up in the Air
Boston doctor calls for more self-administered COVID-19 tests to stop the spread
"Women's Hospital is published a study calling for a new testing approach to stop the spread of covert 19 self administered home tests. In his study, published in the journal Science, Dr Michael Meena argues the allure test or a similar rapid test should be mass produced and sent out to all Americans. Something like twice a week. Stuff that we could Place into people. Tomes are called the rapid Auntie Gin test. They've been mired in a lot of controversy. But if your goal is to detect people who are currently infection and at risk to infect other people, these tests are very accurate. I don't have to. State
"dr michael" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"Who oppose you completely in it politically. How has that happened. How has there is the no gray area in between anymore. Yeah that's a great point. And you know i lived for three years and durham because i taught at chapel hill and that was from two thousand i mean from ninety four to ninety seven so i completely get your point of chapel hill and raleigh. Durham being kind of enclaves of progressivism amidst of vast range of conservative identities and ideologies. And as you said in nashville. Probably the same thing. I think one of the reasons for those packets is that geographically When certain regions certain urban areas certain towns certain villages certain spaces and places are populated by universities. So you know all those universities per square inch in chapel hill. And durham is just pretty remarkable. Right one of the smartest areas in the country. Except for my house. I was be elevated. You elevate but you're also talking about atlanta austin texas. I mean there are plenty of these pockets throughout the south. Not tennessee and no in north carolina. Exactly right but you have the concentration of by definition if you're going to deal with the university it doesn't mean you have to be progressive or liberal versus conservative but people who think for a living who do university stuff for a living who tend to grapple with ideas or create products or generates science. You know have to. At least ostensibly allegedly be open minded. Be willing to experiment with ideas trade information conversation about you know identities and practices and the light so you would think that those towns that are filled with universities would tend to be zones and regions of appreciation for open minded engagement whereas right outside of them. You know where people are not necessarily penetrated by those kinds of places spaces and consideration where the colleges in that the university's not there You know there's a different feel. And i'm not trying to be an elitist by saying oh. The universities are enlightened and those outside or not. that's not what i'm saying. I'm just saying the kind of people are tends to draw the kind of perspectives. It tends to generate and the kind of areas that it tends to liberalize as a result of proximity to some of these Some of these schools. And so it's but there's an interesting. Yeah but there's a sharp line. I mean you just you go away from these areas you go away from atlanta. Just a bit and you. There's it's there bubbles. I mean is it the responsibility of those folks who live in a place like chapel hill or austin texas to do more outreach to understand who's around them i mean who's at fault here for not trying to see the other side if those folks in the university towns like austin and charlottesville virginia or wherever are truly open minded and enlightened. Don't they need to kind of understand what's happening and understand the points of view of people within an hour of where they live. There's no question about that. I think absolutely right. I mean i. I guess people were kind of surprised. Matthew mcconaughey made your point a couple of weeks ago. Oh did he. Yeah same train. We have the same trainer to act most pretty. So you know you're going through so you know you Any was saying basically that That in hollywood you know looking down the elise looking down on those who are not you know hicks and so on and i think that's a legitimate point so i would never deny that. I think it is incumbent upon those to whom much is given much is required so those who may not understand those who may not be inclined to agree those who are inclined not to embrace Those of us who think a certain way. Act a certain way. Behave a certain way Yeah i think that it is incumbent upon us to try to reach out to the other side figure it out. Think about what's going on the flip side of though and what i've thought about especially with mcconaughey is you know for all these trump folk in those folks who were attracted to that. And i'm not suggesting that anybody who's therefore outside of the liberals zones and spheres of university life are automatically attracted to trump. i'm saying historically in the last four years that has often been the case and you know. James baldwin had align allah flooded here but it was something to the effect. Look we can always be open minded and deal with ideas that are beyond the pale where that ends wear. My very existence is seen by you as a trouble as a problem that you wanna shut me down white me out. There's no kind of exchange value of insight at that level where you know you think my very existence whether because the color sexuality or gender is itself the problem that it carries with it an a on on alterable kind of you know persona personality identity that we can't do away with and at that level it gets because you are as a human being certainly open to and empathetic with people who are quite different. Who believes differently but if the very existence you have is called into question by those who would want to you know debate or challenger identities or ideas. Those who think that just 'cause you exist the way you do that's a fundamental problem. That's a more difficult thing to get at. And it's that the people say you're right to swing your fist ins where my nose begins right there. It's it's sort of the same sort of the same issue..
"dr michael" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is totally irrelevant. This year as they've been every other year and it's no longer the big ten. It's the ohio state contracts. That's where it's always been and the fact that now ohio state being in jeopardy of missing the playoffs and they got to change rules after the fact true that it's the ohio state conference and not the big ten and then we've had the excitement from other schools like liberty and coastal carolina showing a west coast school. How to play football so it's been a great season. I don't know what anybody's really complaining about. Well they're always going to be complainers. Mike i happen to agree with you. there's a lot of angst and anxiety trying to get this thing done but we're in december now and it's almost over And and i'm glad they did it. You see what you see what happened to the mean. The pack twelve is just literally On the dark side of the moon this year and the big tan is stumbling and foaming its way across the landscape and they did it to themselves because they made a decision that was based on nothing it was based on. And i'm not suggesting by any means. I mean i know people are sick. I know people are dying. We're all dealing with this together. But they didn't have to cancel august. All they had to do was delay and they refuse to do that because they wanted to be the smartest kids on the block. Well it it's come back to bite him. And i'm glad that it has because like you said they just wanted to be the smartest kids on the block but I i've. I've really enjoyed this season. I'd say more so than than the last several but It's proven that seeing patient waiting for more information. I e greg sankey and acc it come to fruition to be a really good season. I think i agree. I mean there will be a lot of the studies done and and dissertations on on what right and what went wrong. And we're still not finished yet. I always think it's better to wait till the day after because there are still some trip wires ahead but even if it ends today which obviously it's not going to. I think it was well worth it. Thanks for the call appreciate it. Let's check in with caroline. Who was in memphis carolyn. You're on the air. Hi paul how are you. We're doing great. I want to calling you. I called you last month to bring up the coastal carolina. And i was a little thrown. When you said. I can't play them so i was wondering can you play them now. I got a Quite an on coastal. After last weekend. If i was other teams at a little careful of just seeing who's open and go into play now i don't wanna play house stuffy but Yeah and i was so proud of them. And i am so glad that they won and i hope they get little recognition. Now because when before the sec started playing actually started watching other people play football there is football. Believe it or not outside the sec. And this is the way. I got caught up on these son bell and other conferences. So you know. I hope that they will get a little rig recognition because they have played a really good year. There's no Here on thank you very much for the call. We head to the break. Now lots to do. We'll talk to the new coach at southern mississippi. A little bit later on. We'll catch you back up on what you missed in terms of the big story from the big ten and whether anything will change and then bring back a familiar guests to this program. Dr michael sag. Who spent a lot of time with us in the spring and summer. We'll get his take on what's ahead from the sports world and covert. That is coming up next to listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we welcome you back. And it's always a pleasure to welcome back to this program. Dr.
UN health agency's advice for the holidays: Don't hug
"Here's one more thing you should avoid to help prevent the spread of the corona virus hugging friends and loved ones over the holiday season the World Health Organization has a Grinch like message but it's intended to save lives don't hug anyone people shouldn't get physically close to friends and relatives with the virus still raging especially in the US where the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan says there are one to two people dying every minute in America what are you as an individual willing to do to protect yourself from those people around you he calls the no hug warning a brutal reality for places where the virus continues to rage and says he hopes when a Kobe vaccine is available people will rush to take it I'm Jackie Quinn
Detoxification Support During a Fast with Dr. Michael Murray
"Dr. Michael murray thank you for joining us here at the fasten transformation summit. Thanks david i love the name of your summit. Transformation is always a great thing of fasting. can be powerful vehicle to to make that happen. Yeah absolutely and so. How did you get get going. I mean obviously you've got this passion for research. How do you get started. In natural health. World had become the voice of natural medicine. There's an inner story in kind of the outer story. I tell everyone. I'll do a little bit. Mix of both of my father who developed a condition called els palsy. it Condition where you lose the Information to the muscles of the face a space with literally paralyzed you went so nature catholic doctrine at literally abroad his face back to light and I had a knee operation a couple years prior and it just wasn't really responding to physical therapy and he suggested i see this nature path. I did and it was just a miracle in my life. And i need to watch learn more. And the more i learned about the diet herbs natural approaches to health and human it just resonated with something deep inside the end this became my initial. I feel really blessed. And i gained so much personally from the path that i was led to and hopefully i made a difference in the world on my own death. Yeah absolutely certainly have. I need you and i really want to acknowledge you for just paving the course for younger people like me to come up and have all these references and be able to really share this message more and more people throughout the world. And you've seen. I mean literally over the last twenty years huge growth in a natural natural wellness. And other work you've done is helped high near that. So thank you for that thank you. This is such an important topic. I just wanted to stress at all the viewers out there. I really believe that the greatest threat to human health today is not some super bayerischer. You've been eating too much sugar junk food. The biggest threat to human health is the ever increasing environmental toxin load and we are at the top of the food chain and so we have the ability to increase as we age. The concentration of these toxins in our body are Accumulators these toxic compounds. It's really really important. These days to do everything we can to avoid. And then a support our body's ability to get rid of these toxic compounds. So i really welcome the opportunity to talk about this really important subject. Yeah you're so right about that. We need detoxification strategies. And that's your topic today. And so what kind of results. In what strategies do you like to use for detoxification and fasting. Will i think the the detoxification is really kind of complex series of events in our body in require an unbroken chain of these events to effectively. You get rid of toxic compounds. One of the great Basic tenants of nature pathak medicine is to remove obstacles to cure and obviously these toxins can be an obstacle but so too can Our inability to get rid of these toxins. There's a lot of things that go into getting rid of these toxic substances. We have to support our body properly a day in and day out but i think especially during a fast. Yeah absolutely what sort of toxins are the big ones that were trying to eliminate from our body. Well you know thousands of years ago when when they were doing fasting for healing they're mainly concerned with water. Soluble metabolic talks talks that our body naturally produces a water. Fasting was really great way to cut a flesh. All these compounds out these days toxins. That were most concerned about fat. Soluble toxic pesticides. herbicides flame. retardant solvents heavy metals and these compounds are stickier harder for to get rid of and we have to use different types of strategies along with a making sure that we're well hydrated to get rid of these talks and so. I think that there's a lot that we can do to assist the body. Get rid would the call persistent organic pollutants. Those are the compounds that the that i mentioned part of those that i mentioned pesticides. Herbicides flame retardant. These are the compounds that i think when people think of talks these days. That's really what they're thinking of. And for good reason these these are really a harmful compounds to
Europe at odds over plan to ban Christmas ski holidays amid pandemic
"They're suspending access to ski slopes in an effort to slow the spread of the Corona virus, World Health Organization's executive director Dr Michael Ryan, saying today the risk of catching covert 19. While skiing is likely minimal, however, the activities around skiing or problem Not that they went skiing or they're going skiing. That's not the issue. The issue is any activity. The that involves large numbers of people moving into a concentrated space and then using public another transport to get there and back. Needs to be managed carefully. There was one good a bid. New
Biden Covid Advisory Board Member Dr. Michael Osterholm fears Americans will be skeptical of vaccine safety
"In the fight against the coronavirus. Madonna has just announced its applying for emergency use authorization for its vaccine from the FDA. Today is great news. I think we have a light at the end of the tunnel. But we have to get to the end of the tunnel. But Dr Michael Ulster home on President elect Biden's covert task force tells CBS he's concerned. Right now I have a major fear that although these vaccines will start to become a more available over the next several months Many Americans won't take them because of the fear that there's some safety issues with the vaccine data becomes the second drug company to apply to the FDA. Fizer was first. Both vaccines proved about 95% effective in late stage trials. Help can't
10 Strangest And Creepiest Things Found in Storage Devices And Lockers
"You can feel comfort in storing your private belongings inside lockers and other storage devices however sometimes the private belongings found inside. These storage devices are rather strange and disturbing number ten. The only time it's acceptable to keep around a headless doll is the five minutes between the dog ripping the head off and discovering it when someone stores headless doll among knives. It's most likely a problem. Robert dewey hoskins who was rearrested after escaping from a mental hospital in february of two thousand twelve was convicted of threatening to murder madonna and that headless baby doll was found in his storage unit in long beach l. a. weekly reports on the ten creepiest items found in the madonna stalker storage unit. Besides the headless baby dolon. Dozens of knives hoskins kept a very scary clown mask. A sumo wrestler back doubt a barbie backpack and so much more number nine. A married couple with two kids made a horrific discovery when the mother mrs copeland found a safe in her ten year old son's room when questioned about where he got it and its contents. He simply pleaded the fifth. Both parents were unable to get any info their son eventually. Mr copeland was the safe open and was shocked at what he found inside. The head of their dog that had recently passed and was buried in their yard was stuffed into the safe. Blood poured out of the box as mr copeland screamed in horror. Their son said he loved that dog so much that he wanted to have a part of her forever so he dug up the body cut off its head with a tiny kitchen knife and stuffed it in the safe that was found by the mother of later on that same day number eight some people like to take their work home with them but dr michael berkeley a former medical examiner took his work to a storage unit in pensacola. And when i say work. I'm talking about body parts for more than one hundred people all this craziness was discovered in august. Two thousand twelve win some poor soul both the contents of dr brooklyn's unit at a storage option. It seems that dr brooklyn's hobby included the storing of ten brains as well as other body parts lungs hearts and tissue samples. Dr burke was thrifty as well as creepy keeping a hard stored in styrofoam cup. Police noted that formaldehyde was leaking from the cracks lid. The body parts which were harvested during private autopsies performed inside funeral homes in florida were also found inside tupperware containers. Trash bags specimen cubs. Interestingly dr berkeley was fired from his job as a medical examiner in two thousand three for failing to complete autopsy reports in a timely manner and for a big backlog of cases number seven unit be aid. And you store self storage in clearwater. Florida held something. That couldn't be auctioned off on. The family fell behind on payments in january of two thousand twelve when the storage facility manager told the family that the contents were going to be sold. The truth came out among the banana boxes and old. Tv's rested the greenwich skeletal remains authorities. Identify the grandma as an bunch born on january. First one thousand nine hundred. Since the woman's death in nineteen ninety five her remains had been stored inside a painted blue coffin in a storage unit. That wasn't air conditioned for seventeen years. Her remains rested inside a warm storage unit. The body had been properly prepared for burial by funeral home. L. bama which explains the lack of odor number six. A lot of people refuse to go to public pools and he'd be. This will be one more reason. An elderly man named jacob pastor who swam in a public pool in colorado used the same locker in the changing room. Every time he visited a lot of the lockers went unused as most people didn't even need to use them and it wasn't a very crowded pool to begin with one unfortunate day however perhaps he had tired himself out a little too much and opened the wrong locker. The one right next to his usual one. The skeletal remains of human fell out from the locker. Almost as if tackling him to the ground by the looks of the body that once was had been there for years as it was fully decomposed. It looked as though somebody had been forcedly jammed in there or perhaps they simply got stuck in their themselves. That mystery will remain unsolved
Anticipating the Logistics of a COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
"You have a highly efficacious vaccine and only a relatively small forty fifty percent of the people get vaccinated. You're not gonna get the herd immunity. You need what we do need is we need to get as many people as possible vaccinated so a lot of work still to be done. As we mentioned astrazeneca today joined pfizer and moderna becoming the third maker now of a highly effective vaccine candidate. Their version said to be cheaper easier to transport one of the that wants the vaccines are fda approved. The next challenge will be actually getting shots into arms across our country and around. The world complicating matters. The trump administration has so far not communicated distribution plans with the incoming biden administration. Back with us again tonight. Is mike oester home. Professor and the director for the center of infectious disease research and policy university of minnesota also happens to be a newly named member of the president-elect's covert nineteen advisory board. Michael i presume this helps that up. Twenty day wait to get your hands on. Everything is better than maybe a forty day weight. And i'm not sure our audience understands you've been forbidden from calling your public health counterparts inside this sitting government before we got actual notification that the transition is underway. So does this help. Thank you brian. It helps a lot. The transition team will immediately begin reaching out to those federal partners. Whether they be at the fda or the nih for the cdc so that we can in fact begin. Planning not just for what's happening now but well after january and so this is a very important development and one that will really help us a lot with the vaccine delivery to the united states. Is it a strange feeling that you're some total efforts are the hit the ground running january twentieth and in some cases you're inheriting wheels. That aren't moving. You're inheriting at administration without as we have this conversation a national plan. Well you know. I think it's really important to remember. We do have a number of really highly talented and skilled scientists within the federal government. I mean tony cheese. A classic example there are many outstanding individuals at the cdc in the fda that have had many many years of career service and really outstanding science development and research and so the fact says that they will still be part of this team. going forward. and i know that The biden harris administration will use that scientific expertise immediately. in addition. is you know the incoming administration is already starting to develop their own plants Whether it be around vaccination testing et cetera. So i think it it will be a good hand off that will occur and i'm excited about the fact that we now collectively all of us can really work together with science as the basic of value that. We're all using to judge what we do. So i think the next several weeks will actually be very positive in terms of what we can do to to move. This administered new administration forward. So that on january twentieth. It does hit the ground running. We have a graphic showing the air traffic currently over the united states. Every icon is an aircraft with people on board all those people leaving somewhere to go visit somewhere to then return home. Is it now predicted in your line of work because of all these people getting together. Despite all the government warnings that we're going to see a bump in hospitalizations and the death toll just in time for christmas. You know brian. This is one of the really sad commentaries about where we're at right now is helping america's understand the seriousness of the situation tonight as we said here we have over. Eight hundred thousand americans hospitals around the country with covid nineteen infections. Many of them critically. Ill are hospitals. Are breaking at the seams right now and so. It's really important that people understand. No one is asking them to sacrifice or to reduce their contact with others. Just for the sake of this is really about human life. it's about maintaining our healthcare systems. So yeah this is a real challenge for us and as you've seen as you know having been on this show a number of times with you you've seen what's happened since labor day. We've gone from twenty six thousand cases a day reported to now we're averaging over one hundred and seventy thousand cases and before long will be well over two hundred thousand cases a day that is going to break our healthcare system so please america understand you know we gotta stop swapping air in. The way we do that is we. Don't do all this. Large crowd related activity. That travel is going to be a problem and I don't wanna see where we're going to be in four or five weeks. It scares me a great deal. Dr michael oester home. Our thanks as always for joining us tonight. Greatly appreciate it. Good luck with your work upcoming
"This is dr. Michael wilks with a second opinion for several weeks drew appointments to see me and then canceled them at the very last minute when he finally showed up. He was concerned about a rash on his lower legs. I diagnosed flea bites. But he just didn't look good. I asked him all sorts of general questions about his health and he kept saying he was fine but given his age and his smoking history. I ordered a long. Cat scan and tests for colon cancer. Even though he'd had one just four years ago the student who was working with me asked why was ordering those tests. When i'm usually so careful about not over ordering tests. She reminded me that. I always make her. Tell me why she is ordering every test. She wants to order on every patient. But all i could offer her was. I had a gut feeling. She told me that. I didn't seem like a gut feeling sort of doctor. And all i could say was that something. Just doesn't seem right. She asked me what i saw. And i really couldn't identify any one thing. It wasn't something he said. Perhaps it was a subconscious summing up of his words or actions are nonverbal behaviors regardless we moved on to the next patient clinicians gut feelings while not scientific or evidence based need to be acknowledged as a component of clinical decision making perhaps spike gut feeling. I meant it was a intuition or a suspicion or an instinct or even a clinical impression. I realized that gut feelings are very subjective and are prone to my bias. So i usually try to focus on objective findings when i went to fill out the request for this et scan. I wasn't even sure what to put in the blank. Where it said reason four-test i could imagine the radiologist laughing at me. If i wrote. I just have a gut feeling. A recent study looked at research on gut feelings related to cancer diagnoses. The study found that clinicians had difficulty specifying what their guts were saying. However win the gut feelings were present. Clinicians generally acted on them either through referrals or through a careful. Workup of seventeen thousand patients included in the study. The odds of a cancer diagnosis were four times higher. When the doctor had had a gut feeling than when they did not gut feelings were more accurate with older physicians and were more accurate. The better the doctor knew the patient it turns out that often these gut feelings were even more predictive than a combination of described symptoms. One week later drew. Cat scan came back showing lung cancer. The student was impressed. But i didn't pat myself on the back rather as a researcher. I've been trying to figure out what it was that gave me that gut feeling.
Biden adviser floats possible lockdown to check COVID-19
"Coronavirus advisor to project at President elect Joe Biden is calling for 4 to 6 Week nationwide lockdown to bring the spiking Corona virus pandemic under control. Dr. Michael Osterholm says the government could borrow enough money to pay for a package that would cover lost income for individuals and governments during a shutdown, adding that a nationwide lockdown would drive the number of new cases and hospitalizations down. Biden Transition official told NBC News that has shut down his quote, not in line with the president elects thinking
Latest jobless numbers and the state of the economy facing the Biden administration
"Reported that another 709,000 Americans applied for first time unemployment benefits last week. That's a lower number than many economists had expected. But eight months into the pandemic, it's still huge. And it didn't to that. Nearly 300,000 people applied last week for special Cares. Act benefits that, for instance, Help the self employed. The jobless numbers come his corner virus case numbers continue to hit record levels and as one of President elect Joe Biden's covert advisors is is floating floating the the idea idea of of a a 4 4 to to 6 6 week week shutdown shutdown to to ultimately ultimately help help the the economy economy with with money money to to help help individuals individuals and and government. government. Let's Let's bring bring in in NPR NPR chief chief economics economics correspondent correspondent Scott Horsley. Hi Scott could be with you, Robin and let's listen to a little of Biden Covert divisor Dr Michael Osa home who spoke with Yahoo finance last night and spoke about the shutdown. Let's listen. We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages lost wages for individual workers for losses to small companies to medium sized companies. Or city States County governments. We could do all of that. If we did that. Then we could lock down for 4 to 6 weeks, and if we did, that we could drive the numbers down. Scott does that surprise you to hear that coming from a Biden advisor just a week after the election, which President Trump accused bind of wanting to shut down the economy? Well, you know, Biden did say back in August that he would follow the advice of scientific experts if they recommended stricter limits on economic activity. That's in contrast to President Trump, who has often ignored scientific advice and his push to rapidly reopened businesses and schools, a Napro church that the president has stuck with even after he and his wife and a lot of key White House staffers contracted the virus. But it's not clear that AH lot of Biden Advisors feel that way. Anthony Fauci was on television this morning, saying he's not leaning towards a shut down, He says there's no appetite for it. He thinks there's more targeted measures that could be taken. Another Biden advisor has said. It's It's like a dimmer switch. It's not on off, you know, binary thing. Keep in mind. We we've got. You know, more than two months before President elect Biden will be in control of this, and in the meantime, we are in a world of hurt when it comes to this. This spread. I mean, the numbers are are really frightening. Yeah, we'll also meantime there's a lot of different definitions of what a shutdown is in some states. Stores. Restaurants were ordered closed. Clothes and others. You know, people are told, you know, stay at home, only go out if it's essential for you to do that. But even putting that aside, can bite and get this relief that Astra home was talking about without the Senate. Uh, hard to do hard to do something of that magnitude without Senate help. Now there is certainly in a room within within the credit markets for the federal government to borrow that kind of money we're talking about. Mitch McConnell has been talking about at least ah limited relief package. But certainly the kind of aid that would that would be associated with. That sort of shutdown would would require Senate buy in Yeah. No, we have around a million people looking for jobless benefits last week. But also last week we heard the national unemployment rate dropped last month to 6.9% Square that for us Yeah, it's it's a little hard to square that. It's encouraging certainly that the unemployment rate fell as low as it did in October and it and it felt for the right reasons or it fell even as more people were coming into the job market. Sometimes we see the unemployment rate dropped because people are leaving the job market. That's not what happened last month, so that's certainly encouraging. But we also know that we're only about 54% of the way towards recovering the 22 million jobs that were lost in the spring time. And at the same time with this new spike in Corona virus infections, we're going to see probably more businesses closing their doors, at least temporarily, more people being laid off as you mentioned a million or so People applied for new unemployment benefits. Just last week, we've got 21 million people receiving some form of unemployment relief as of late October. Importantly, about 13.5 million of those are getting benefits under that cares act that are set to expire at the end of December. So at a minimum, Congress is going to have to do something to extend those emergency benefits that were passed back in the springtime. You're gonna have millions of Americans suddenly having their lifeline cut off at the end of the year real briefly. Any
US sets coronavirus infection record; deaths near 224,000
"The number of new coronavirus cases in the U. S. has topped the daily high point set in July the United States had a daily record Friday with more than eighty three thousand confirmed infections recorded and as of Saturday morning Johns Hopkins university's county shows more than two hundred and twenty four thousand people have died the World Health Organization says countries across the northern hemisphere are being hit particularly hard Dr Michael Ryan directs the WHO's health emergencies programme countries of got to low levels of disease and then not necessarily follow through on the testing on the tracing on the isolation of the community support on the measures to reduce transmission and are seeing disease creep back in and in some cases exponentially rise a seven day rolling average for new cases in the U. S. was about sixty one thousand as of Thursday that number is below July's peak but significantly higher than two weeks ago when it was just below forty five thousand I'm Ben Thomas
The Benefits Of Hypnotherapy
"Hey Alex welcome to the show. It's great to have you here today and I'm excited to chats about well not. So commonly now on topic today well, and maybe there's also quite a few misconceptions about it. hypnotherapy could you please introduce yourself and tell audience what mindset health does show? So Yup, hi, I'm Alison Coach of Health We build hypnosis spaced digital therapeutics for chronic health conditions like IBS anxiety. So essentially, the programs developed by doctors and psychologists to. Use hypnosis hypnosis based techniques to help people self that conditions right and so so what should our listeners like imagine? So it's an APP and it's kind of guiding me through hypnotherapy session or what should I imagine? Yeah. Yeah. So safer fell IBS Procam Nova. It's a structured program of audio sessions on order sessions plus psycho education and flare up techniques and essentially think guided meditation and the delivery methods was audio of coming boys getting to you into helping you. Get into a relaxed focused state. Then it's designed by doctors and psychologists teaching coping skills. It's I'm using visualizations to help increase your ability to self regulate. Right. So that's really the core difference between guided meditation sessions ride. They're more about you know folk singing and clearing your mind to some extent whereas hypnotherapy is using some of that. But really with the purpose of inducing you to making it more receptive to while things that you are looking to change your behavior. Exactly exactly. Yeah. That that's a great description of it. Essentially, hypnosis is becoming highly focused and absorbed to the point that you become more suggestive also receive receptive to new ideas or perceptions. So it's not a therapy itself but when it's combined with their PD techniques, cpt, it becomes hypnotherapy and so while because you'll like essentially low lowering your critical faculty and becoming more receptive and I'm in this sort of experiential learning state I'm when wet teaching you coping skills on. Bass coping skills or going through visualizations you really integrate them much more fully and studies have shown. It can actually improved effectiveness bt for many many conditions. Right and this is nothing like what has been popularized in Hollywood movies as being like put into a state where you lose all your awareness about what the hypnotists saying and what you're doing yourself and Sunday, you're chicken. Exactly. Yeah it's much more like if anything it's more a tightened away innocent heightened focus of what they're saying. So compared to say when we're talking about meditation about like clearing clearing your mind, this is much more like folks really focused on what they're saying tow. It's much more of an active active thing that got it, and so what can you really use it for what are like some of the common conditions that you can treated with? So it's been shown to help a variety of. Conditions. So one of the most well studied areas is irritable passenger. So there's been a tape of evidence showing it can reduce help manage symptoms by seventy percent of people by sixty percent reduction. So it's pretty powerful. It can also help with anxiety depression like teaching coping skills that can help you manage stresses and problem solving skills that can say depression. They often make portions when depressed and so teaching people with the skills to help them make better decisions is one way of managing that and. Is such a powerful vehicle for teaching skills. It can be used across a lot of things another well, well-researched area is chronic pain. So there's been a whole heap of evidence supporting it as a way to reduce acute pain in the moment, but also long term chronic pain conditions such as migraines chronic back pain something that's quite recently such. But this a pretty strong evidence behind it is helping reduce Menopausal postmenopausal hot flashes. So there was a study coming out of Baylor University that found hypnosis or a five-week hypnosis program could help reduce the onset and the the occurrence of hot flashes in postmenopausal women by. Eighty percent after the five-week on program. So it's this pretty strong evidence for writing things they sleep on smoking cessation is coming like ones that might people might associate with hypnosis but because it's just a vehicle for therapeutic aches and most people can become focused and absorbed in what they're doing with a movie or driving or in a daydream it is a widely useful tool, right and right now with mindset alfio primarily focused on mental health ibs and chronic pain management that's still in the works from what I understand right? Exactly. So we we started with mental health and essentially Wichmann, Dr Michael, Yap Kerr on the world leader. In hypnosis actually has textbook on clinically uses hypnosis, but he's a depression expert as well. So are we started with mindset which is a series of programs that teach individual skills and cognitive mechanisms round variety of mental health mental areas but with Nova, which is out second program that's structured six week program for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and that was based on a twenty sixteen clinical trial by at Monash. University that found six weeks of DOT therapy could help improve IBM symptoms by an average of sixty percent for seventy percent of people, and we've worked with the ray such a I'm from that study to as essentially take her. Work and then deliver through my ball up right and in the future will be we'll be expanding that that sort of ability of waking with such as for different programs into chronic pain into hot flashes into many different areas.
Researchers still can’t find cause for deadly cancer in Huntersville, North Carolina
"Town Board got bad news last night after a $100,000 study, researchers have no idea why there is a cancer cluster and hunters ville. People suffering from a rare eye cancer remains a mystery is too light, a unusual number of young females and they given to you Elaine, uh, acquired a rather rare Dr Michael Brennan talking to the town board last night, more than 35 cases of ocular melanoma around hundreds will reported, And that's a lot Because normally the cancer effects only five out of a million people in the U. S. His
Central Market gives $1 Million to the Dallas Education Foundation to benefit Dallas ISD schools damaged by the 2019 tornado
"The eve of the one year anniversary of the Dallas North Dallas tornadoes, Ella sayest, he has received a $1 million gift from central market. The money will be used to rebuild the schools that were destroyed by the 2019 tornadoes in north Dallas. Dallas I, Asti superintendent, Dr Michael Lena host says says central market was there from the beginning and they didn't expect such a large donation. We just found that it was a man dollars that he knows of million dollars, so now we get to dream. We've got to get our kids and our staff involved in the dream so they could really own it, Hinojosa says. They will deliver on this promise. A vision is a dream with the deadline and they will get it done. Cat
Boris Johnson to announce new Covid alert levels for England
"Boris Johnson announcing a new system of covert 19 alert levels as authorities try to curb infections in the U. K. The country will be placed in a medium high and very high levels according to transmission rates in the area. It's not a mass shutdown of some of misstated. In fact, the World Health Organization's Dr Michael Ryan says mass shot sounds don't necessarily have to happen if the public and governments follow the guidelines that were Laid out from the beginning. But what we want to try and avoid these massive lockdowns that restore punishing to communities to society onto everything else, so we don't want to flip. From, you know, no cases, everyone. Everything's open. A few cases, everything shuts down again because that's exactly the sort of scenario that we wanted to try and avoid what we Really need to focus on is ensuring that as cases come back, and they will and do come back on this virus is security showing that it's gonna light a lot of life left in it. The vast majority of people in the world are still susceptible to the disease. And we need to make sure that we're also focusing not just on restrictive measures, but on the surveillance on the testing on the tracking on community empowerment on education on everybody taking their responsibility of the community. Their responsibility and the government there responsibility on that we try in as much as possible to minimize the broader effects in society through Ah, large scale complete national ship tons. Thiss may be unavoidable where the disease has got out of control again, but we shouldn't accept that the the in every country. The return of cases should be seen with an immediate return off the need for for lock down restrictions of the national level. Meanwhile, two more French cities have joined Paris and four others in the maximum alert status to fight the corona virus surgical strikes with strict new measures to stop the spread of infections. Global shares,
Spain considers state of emergency for virus-hit Madrid
"The corona virus pandemic began. Europe has seen Mohr than 100,000 new cases in a day. A World Health Organization official, Dr Michael Ryan, said it was sad to see a rapid rise in cases in many European countries. He called on governments to take decisive action. Spain's government has declared a two week state of emergency in the Madrid region, imposing travel restrictions to try to contain an outbreak there. In Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned the country faces tougher restrictions within 10 days. If infection rates are not brought under control people most in Muslim amounts. It takes at least 10 days until we are able to see whether the numbers decrease or not. We know this from past experience, we can all see that the big cities are the places where it's decided whether we can get this pandemic under control as we managed to do for months or whether we lose control rice in Germania, much lower than in Spain, Mrs Merkel's assessment follows a video meeting with officials from 11 German cities. The
"dr michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"It's GonNa slow personal development and. I'm GONNA hold there. We got a quick break and we're GONNA continue our conversation with Dr. Michael Butler about a new poll by the Pew that Says Young People are staying home longer that's coming up. We're talking to Dr Michael Butler public policy analysts, economic sexpert professor of Finance Stockton University in New Jersey. A new poll that has come out that says for the first time in history, we have our historic historical standards Pew Research. Center. Says that we have more young people when they turn eighteen staying with their parents than ever before, and that includes during the Great Depression it would seem to be almost a setback recognize that at eighteen physically, you're certainly prepared to go out into the world. So we have more young people staying at home with their parents for a longer period of time we've been talking about the psychological effects although as Dr Butler says he's not a psychologist. Let's talk about the economic effects this this this prevents the growth of the economy that it would organically correct. Correct so so as the economy grows, we we need a high-quality Labor and the more that we have the more input into the economy. The more people are contributing the the more the economy is able to grow and prosper and raise the standard of living for everyone somebody who's living at home. has the. Feeling and the the psychological effect that look somebody else's taking care of me. I don't have to take care of myself. I don't really have to contribute to the economy because my. Room and board is paid for by parents I live at at their house they pay for my my food whatever kind of relationship you have with your parents they may make it chip in something maybe not, but there's no pressure then.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"And he's going to talk to us about a new poll from the Pew Research. Center that says more young adults are living with at least one parent than at any point in documented American history including the end of the Great Depression, which is really interesting. If you think about the fact that folks you know we didn't have this big booming apartment industry it was harder to find a job. This is a very interesting time. First of all, I want to ask you what it means long term but why is this happening Dr Butler? Well. Thanks for having me. Michael, to it's my pleasure to be here. There's actually a couple of things. One is a little bit of a longer term trend and one is something trend just in really the last ten or fifteen years. So on a longer term basis back in nineteen sixty the percentage of of young adults between eighteen and twenty nine years old that lives with at least one parent was a little under thirty percent. Then, from nineteen sixty to around the year two thousand, that percentage increased up to little under thirty to forty percent. Now, most of that increase was due to enrollments in college. So even if you're living in a dormitory counted as living at at home, because you're gonNA have to door all the time. So the part with the increase due to students going to college is really not that. Alarming what became more alarming is. That forty percent figure continued to sort of float up and then after the great recession and await and own nine the number jumped up to forty four percent. Now, we would expect after the recession you know people can get jobs and they start to move out again but that didn't happen part of the reason for that. I think. was it became easier for people to stay at home with their parents? A lot of I say that historically when somebody turns eighteen years old, they're an adult or essentially have adult responsibilities including.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Make sure that's in the show notes. Side again. Okay. So the website is build eight fifty credit dot com bill number eight, fifty credit dot com because that's what I want people to I put out a new sane is called keeping eight hundred. Everybody.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"That if you ask about credit repudiate goes man I got ripped off burst my doing craving Pete. Cooper identifies man is. Just. My Brain Guy Rob dated do ten thousand nothing happened, right? It can't happen. To somebody future your credit ask them what is your strategy to give me Z. DC? I want BANKS WANT Z zero derogatory credit we'll photo credit repair guy you want. Would you tell him to fix your credit stop saying fixing my credit? Tell them to give you ZDC. On the Contract unless you agree to give me ZDC. Unless you give me a strategy on how the heck are you going to get to CDC? We. GonNa Dispute Everything on your credit. Okay Network. It's. You just flew to. That is the problem they keep disputing eventually, credit meals going to get mad because you keep lying to them and they're going gonNA close your credit file. Your letter, say we we're not. We're not. You exceeded the limit for disputes. We are not accepting any more disputes from you. Not Crazy, they understand that is your count. Even if they the creditor forgot to verify an accidental falls off your credit. Is still going to Reinsert Leitner. Right. US A death filter, and then it's gone forever you the debt and the band idol and the bad thing to while. So, what about credit counseling Dr, Grayson like even that different than credit repair. Okay I'm glad you mentioned that because the number one source that people turn to when they have a credit or debt problem is consumer credit counseling millions enroll every year millions. Let me ask you this question Ma'am. How many people the millions that have enrolled in consumer credit counseling how many people do you know that has come out of that program with good credit are not not a one I wanNA say perfect credit we be perfectly I want to say how many of come out with good Craig I don't know one. About that, how scary that is they call themselves consumer credit counseling or walking go in the program with bad credit you come out with bad credit. Angel be broke. You had they had you spending on bad debt that you could have filtered out anyway. After three to seven years of consumer credit counseling, you are broke and you have bad credit. Think about that. You are truly if you enroll in consumer credit counseling, you're buying bank credit. You're buying. You must love bad credit you. Voight? Declined tell me they took a second job so they can make their consumer credit counseling payments. You must love that bad credit you. You were buying bad credit. You don't just have bad credit. You want to buy him a page charge of scores the same as unpaid charge off Dolan by Lachey. Pay. Judgment Scores the same as a judgment. A pay tax leaves Gordon same as a tax. Lien. Eight you have to use deadly out. That is the only way huma credit counseling listen I hate to say anything bad because it's a big industry and a lot of people working at industry where ask yourself ask them when you go again, you're going to them for help right? You're Pale is money they enter profit but the reason they say they're not profit is because the creditor bays them. The credit pays them fifteen percent of. You pay the creditor. If the creditor is paying them, who do they really work for? Credited exactly. You, they will get you fifty percents off your or your day. The reason they only took fifty percents off is because they get fifteen percent percents they've probably got it reduces zero. Zero Zero. So that's not a good business model. Pay. Fifty percent then win. Think. them the next time you go to consumer credit counseling, you call them listen I'm signing up trying to get zero derogatory credit. Please give me your strategy for proven your credit. Exactly all you have to do is read their contract. I want you to a debt consolidation company. 'cause you create council same thing right read your contract in the country is says enrolling can damage your credited. Crazy people is. Contracts. You reader contract. Rolling. You're going to ruin your credit. So why are you? May. Going to be paying attention I'm telling you right now because I listen to these folks while they advertise in about they, they have a credit repair business. Yup just ask them to true. Ask them that one question what is your strategy to give me two zero derogatory credit Watch what happened. They're gonNA look at you like one who? Comes who you've been talking to. A forty two, zero broil toy credit. So you can starve. So you low for your business exactly. Let people make you crazy. They will tell you whatever you want to hear they will lie to you. So you have to ask them the right question I don't ask people to lie to me exactly. So, if you say, Hey, can you help me? That's a question that's asked somebody to lie to you. Loaded anyway is loaded. So what you ask is how what is your strategy to get me two zero derogatory credit and how long will it take? Information to make an educated decision. Exactly. Exactly. They're going to tell you that they can't get you there. THINK ABOUT IT I. Listen I want somebody would call and say they know a place Consumer credit counseling debt that will tell you something other than they can't get there. One of them, let's say this is our strategy for museum is going to take us. Our alone I dare you.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Good stuff. Stuff right there. Yes. So you already talked a little bit about bankruptcy because one of my questions was you know, Shit Americans filed bankruptcy but our it was like Almost never there's very few situations where bankruptcy. Where you should file bankruptcy it's so but again parted problem it lies in solution. So you go to your local attorney because that's who you know. That's who you know can help you. Fear you too to. Steer you to bankruptcy. So that is why there's so many people who are out there. You know foul and bankruptcy unnecessarily, but I want to share with you. I WANNA prove this to you wanna read something to you guys. So it it's called the fair debt collection practices. act. So this is your primary tool for eliminating debt. So this is your best debt filter. So if you go and I know nobody wants to read a whole. So I just want you to Google fair debt collection practices that go to section eight oh two. This is the Second Section in the act and it's called congressional findings in. Declaration, of purpose. So this tells you why Congress got together and created this law and I just want to read to you. It says there is abundant evidence of the use of abusive deceptive and unfair debt collection practices, abusive, deceptive, and unfair so. If they say one of those if they just said abusive. Data Powerful. Deceptive or unfair, but they said abusive deceptive and unfair practices by many debt collectors. That's a nice word all of them. Exactly. Okay. It says, abusive debt collection practices contribute to the number of. The problems, the number of the first thing that says it contributes to the number of personal bankruptcies. The law is telling you your fallen bankruptcy on dead that you probably could have gotten rid of through debt filtration or. So it's technically debt. We don't up. Your file bankruptcy debt, you don't know. Why So these abusive practices lead to debt. Lead to a personal bankruptcies marital instability is number two and job loss. So. There was a survey says, sixty percent of all film marriages failed because of money problems. So you you is throwing. That frying Pan hitting your husband head over debt that you really don't know why you just been fed a lot of bad information. A lot of bad information. So they enacted the fair debt collection practices that but the problem is this debt filters rarely use nobody uses it. Teaches it. So, if you really wanted to be debt free, you can simply redefine debt collection practices that and it'll show you how to wipe debt so that that's what we use every day to destroy your bad debt. And like you said, it's all legal is legal. A law. To do it we're not. You know credit repair by nature is a lot. If. You go to somebody in a credit repair business to fix your credit. How are they? GonNa do it they're going to write a letter to the credit bureau and say, that's not my count. About dead. I'm a Christian I pay somebody else to laugh for me. You know you didn't pay. US US bill. So are you saying data's not mine? So. By nature by the nature of of credit repair is illegal because technically that is bank fraud. You have a bad account and somebody said, that is not mine. It may take it off your credit because you said it was not yours that's bank fraud. Not Sustainable and that is why so many people are unhappy with with the credit repair right.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"But fortunately, for you, we have debt filtration. So, every single debt bad debt. In the country has a corresponding death filter. So once again if you have a Problem you're going to Google, student, loan, cancellation, and forgiveness. So, we know that once you do that, you will see the Obama student loan forgiveness at or though the Obama. Soon, loan forgiveness act brought four programs. Now, most of those programs you know appreciate four, but we use the best program is called is Dr Income contingent repayment. Show the income contingent repayment base, your student loan payments on your discretionary income not on your income. I said discretionary income why to hopefully everybody knows that discretionary income Is income you have less after you pay all your other bills. So get your payment is if you have no discretionary income. Team percent is your Max payment of your discretionary income. So if you're like most of my clients ain't you have zero discretionary income guess what fifteen percent of zero is they were out hero go to the website Google I see are right now on your phones. Google what is the minimum payment for the ICR? Our Program is see what you come up with. I don't want you to believe because it sounds crazy. Sounds unbelievable. I tell people all the time is impossible abby student loan debt problem in America. I symbol. So. Google icy minimum payment. You'll see the minimum payment is zero point zero. Many of our clients who student loan problems qualify for zero payments they get scared. It'd be like, like listen one of my clients. Is, young God, he was telling his mom about. Islamic like year right Dr Grayson Lion. You know I'll believe that AL believe it. So he signed up as a client and we got him in the ER. It was zero. We got the accent. She's like all this must be illegal. Again everything. Is So people have been program with so much bad information that is where she was. A letter from the student loan people. So we use the law we used to law to eliminate your debt, but people find it so hard to believe that's why I say Google it for yourself. Album the I mean you gotta think about like this, the government helps you to eliminate your debt and I'm not talking about bankruptcy bankruptcy is a one trick pony for somebody who don't know any better. You know unfortunately allow attorneys and I want you to test this theory asks your attorney. How much time did they spend on debt in? Credit Mall in the. Law School. Ask How did you spin, on credit law? Almost no time if anytime. Yeah see long. So. If you go to a lawyer Hey I, got all this debt. What should I do? Is he going to say, Hey, let's find a debt filtered eliminate your debt. No, he's fought bankruptcy. Because the bankruptcy is a big payday for him and he feels out a few forms in its route. Debt filtration is tough involved a lot of paperwork. Involved a lot of expertise in the average attorney is not going to dedicate himself to become an expert in depth filtration in for for good reason because if you're a lawyer, let's say you say you, you heard this program, I want to be a debt filter lawyer. That's not a good business because las your clients are broken broken have bad credit. Campaign. Right so that's why lawyers don't specialize in that. Can't afford to pay them. Now, we've been doing this excessive for twenty years. I'm considered the world's leading expert in it. So we've created standardized documents that make it very cost effective. So we can do these things very cheaply. Right we we. We are a nonprofit show you know making a lot of money's not our primary goal exactly save people from misinformation. So any problem that you have has a inspect in fact, let me ask this. We'll see who who, who knows so in America. How long you can stay in dead is actually controlled by state level debt filter. Most notice. If you ask people, how long can you be in dead? They'll say. Seven years, eight years, ten years, their own place where the. Only, way to know that is to go online and Google Statute of limitations. Stack of limitations in you'll see all fifty states list their statute elimination so. Depending on what state you're in. So let me give an example. If you live in Delaware Delaware losses the long as you can be in debt to someone if you do the right things is three years. Wrestling longest I don't have to file bankruptcy. I ain't got to go to court and get judgments after three years of non payment debt debt debt is legally uncollectable. So some states, though.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Law that eliminates your debt and fixes your credit simultaneously. The reason I get called speak before Congress and helped presidents in that kind of thing is because I'm an expert in debt filtration. Okay. The way that you use filters in glad you brought this up if you have a debt problem in this country, if you google cancellation and forgiveness. So let's say you have a Tax Lien problem the IRS has coming for you right the. To, do as Google Tax Lien Catholic and forgiveness. That's the key words. Give giving your listeners to the keys to the kingdom right now. So you Google tax link cancellation forgiveness and you will see the debt filter program offered by the IRS which one the best in the country is called offer in compromise. Compromise. So all of my clients that have any kinds of debt problems out what is before you pay your taxes or pay the IRS and make sure our ally see now if you guys are new your computers and you go to hire s dot Gov I, want you put in in the search module offer in compromise in you'll see. This program is phenomenal. So I'm GONNA give you a couple of highlights. Now, a lot of people don't know about the. Product. You know they'll get a lean a intent to levy. The IRS is thousands of these hundreds of thousands of these every day. That the business will call me in a panic mode, the IRS governor plumbing. To leave the country file bankrupt, they'll know what to do. Okay People will call. There's always a number at the bottom and they call us immediately or we're coming to take you all stuff. Okay. Fully if the if you call them, they're going to say, okay, we're going to make a payment arrangement for you that came in a range is going to be brutal. Whoever these guys are at work in that division, all of them must have got their lunch money taking little. because. These are the worst kinds of people you're going to take all your money you're gonNA. Make a payment rate that you probably can't afford with. Because you scare of the IRS, a better strategy would be to call my office or at least go to this website irs dot Gov in look offering compromise you'll see that offering compromise can be used in lieu of payment if you can't afford to pay your tax, you will also see that if you are currently involved in image arrangement with the irs were if you have an Offering compromise. As soon as you file it is shuts down all collection activity. I'm GonNa say that again. You Filing and let me give you a good example. I'll I was doing a meeting. With some celebrities in my office right and show my secretary kept knocking on a conference door. I'll skip real and 'cause kid you see a homemade. You. Knocking on my door is would see how our kind of you know she sure way he walk. Comeback Again, enjoy eventually I said you know come on when you want Casey. She said this client is hysterical phone. He will not take a message you will not go away. Will you please handle call? I'll say, Oh, my goodness I was so mad so. Listen give me a few minutes picked up. The phone is one of my good clients. So he was straight panic mode losing his mind. The IRS had brought their team to shut down his business. Packing his stuff it retail operation. Show, I said once going home and he said the irs shut me down I said, well, why don't you tell me a tax problems? I. Thought I could handle that I got somebody else a hand Luke? Whatever. The agent in charge on on the phone is always an agent in charge when they're coming for. The agent off on the phone I said Hey Mr. so and so this is Dr. Michael. C, Grayson. This person is a client of mine. You know I'm not sure if he told you that what I'd filed an all I see for him. Sure S it yeah. I followed. He said Oh he didn't tell me that and right there on the phone he told US guys. Hey, guys put it all back. Wrapping up. We're on here. Dang, that's right that now now, let me tell you the funny part this age it was funny because he was he went plane but was funny, right? Oh. Yeah. We're wrapping it up donkey Grayson he said by the way make sure that overseas on my desk tomorrow morning. I was laughing but I wasn't really laughing. So you know immediately when I got an meaning and all night long to about four o'clock in the morning. I. Prepare that. Oh, I see in fact, said to him the next morning you know we overnight into the IRS I. into. So I had a control number to show him I say when we sent it and to say, we said that no I see. Exactly. When the? Shuts down all collection activities. So that is the only tool you guys should be using if you have a tax pro, right right? Yeah. Taking notes I'm telling Gal cause. Some me. I'll be talking about this on social media and how to get out of DOC. Grayson is giving you great. Great. You know information. So let's talk. 'cause that's the thing that seems to be going on right now how can you eliminate that? Okay filled the same. We're going to use the same technique. So for every bad debt that you have every now listen let me let me give give you guys my phone. So because some of the stuff I'm making it sound very easy with some it takes a little expertise so you can always reach me or someone in my office a seven. One, eight, four, eight, one, thirty, three, sixty, three, seven, one, eight, four, eight, one, thirty, three, sixty, three, or you can go to our website build eight fifty credit dot com build a fifty credit dot com so that now after Cova nine hundred and we know everybody is going to have any debt problem right..
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Company, we thought to get loans and unfortunately, our biggest growing sector for lending arm is merchant cash advances. Bell emerging cash advance for those who don't know is the quickest easiest fastest money for businesses on the planet. There's no, there's. No credit check, but you could be in the Bob hundreds is still borrowed money. So as long as you have a business and a business bank account in two or three days, you can borrow on emerging cash veins. So there's a lot of people flocking to that the downside that's the upside. The downside is that the interest rates are cost prohibitive. Very disruptive to your. Business. They charge you a daily rate. So. Even at a match rate of thirty percent a day over the course of a month, you paid nine hundred percent. Take a daily payment from you and the rates are very crazy. So within three months you've doubled, you'd pay back double or triple, and you still the principal. A very painful for SMO- small businesses. Right. But we do. We do MCA loans, but we strongly encourage you to take some of that money get into our credit program and we give our class eight hundred credit score, and then we refinance that at prime. Okay I can do a prime low now I WANNA make sure all your listeners notice. Write this down. Trying to calm it nineteen I don't know what it's going to be after the prior to Kobe. Anybody breathing that had a seven twenty. Four could borrow up to a quarter million dollars unsecured. Anybody. So. If you got together with seven twenty credit score, you could access a million dollars all day long they're easy to weeks or less. L. After Kobe forecasting that numbers probably should to about one hundred gram but he's still not bad at seven twenty credit score. You have access to capital in America. If you have less than seven twenty, you could still get stuff. But you can't get any money why? Most creditors. That's where they want. That's like the sweet spot. So they want you in the six hundred in six hundred they can rob you on your rate. It can control how much money you borrow. Twenty. You'll hit nobody talking about that. You know saw this article and they were like you know trying to get eight hundred credit score could actually hurt your credit. Oh, my God is that a ridiculous article for Morons? Kids Striving for eight hundred critical to hurt your credit but they. The. Most convoluted reasons but that is what they're selling to people that don't know. No. Better. Unity's are prone to be more. Accepting of these false messages, right You're you're more liable to be an economic slave so nobody wants you to be seven twenty like at my church we have a team ministry show a year. Before their eighteenth birthday we put the teens in one of my credit classes showed it when they turn eighteen thirty days later they have a seven hundred credit score. Oh Wow. Alviti'll let me ask you too scary situation. So one of our teams. He came out, and after about six months, he had an eight hundred credit score, right? So he went to a Honda dealership to buy first car by himself right. You. Know he picked out a nice crunchy but he had a good job though you very really kid. Okay. But he was sitting at the dealership in was taken a long time and he called after. Wow. Because what had happened? The Dilshad Pool his credit and they saw eight hundred credit score and they saw how young was. So they assumed there was ID theft and call the FEDS. Stall, him until we get. there. Oh. No. So when the I got there, he called me on his cellphone and put them on the phone. I said listen Google me please don't harass my client that has. Score you know. So they were very embarrassed the dealership and they gave him a heck of a deal on a new Honda because they were very bears. An. African American male had eight hundred. Credit Score. And at that time of US twenty years. So, another another good scenario that came out of our team credit ministry, we had a one of our. Team couples so they were. I. Think the wife was like nineteen. The husband was in his early twenties and at the time she was pregnant. So they went in the class. I helped it with their credit both of them were at eight, hundred FICO score. He was under employed. She was on unemployment because she was pregnant and so they were in desperate financial situation and they were like document we got these eight hundred. Can we do? We can do it. No I always prayed, you gotta turn your credit in a month and it's like what I'm doing and I stayed I, you need an exit strategy. So deciding business that you're interested in and I'll take it from there. And they're like, we're not really. Okay. What are you good at? So the wife, one of the best cooks in the church army she used to for the big event, she would cook a whole bunch of stuff set up a table in the church and she would be sold out within minutes how? Would amazing listen. Amazing. So she would always out. So I said, why don't you start a restaurant and it was like I we didn't think about it. So they got with some professionals decided to set up a restaurant. They told me they needed. About two, hundred, thousand, I was able to get them along with three hundred grand. Their restaurants if you're in Brooklyn on court street now think is closed down because of Kobe. But if you Google, take a break out bank. You'll see these two young African American couple and I know their clients because court street in Brooklyn is only high end restaurants, right? This is one of the best nicest restaurant. So I know when their clients walk in there, they probably thought Oh my goodness. You know these guys work here, right? Because private, predominantly, their client base was Caucasian and Asian. So whenever I went to their stalls tripping out, tacked out of course. And you see these two young African American folk were behind to counter. You just figured they worked now as it would be shocked to know that you guys onus place. But yeah. Yeah. So you have to focus on your credit that that will give you the access to capital right? Really really you're looking store, Ryan right that is of these are some good jams sal this some good gym. So what about businesses Dr? Gray. said that how? You know tackling issues. Okay. That is a very, very big problem. I would say sixty percent of our businesses always will invariably have some type of taxes you show fortunately for you the IRS has the best is called a death filter. So a debt filter is a government program or.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"We'll hear a lot of talk about a second wave corona. Virus. But. This experts say it's not going to be one of thousands more people dying of covid nineteen. Rather. It's going to be a wave of millions of people that are going to see their credit ratings plummet. In their financial help destroyed. Tune, into this episode as I've talked to the Michael C Grayson who is known as the world's leading credit expert. He's GonNa talk to us about ways that we can eliminate that legally and how he can help us. Stay tuned. Evening Dr Grace Thank you so much for joining me on convocation. How're you? Excellent how about yourself? I am doing solo great and I'm so excited to talk to you tonight. 'cause you got some good empowered to share with the listeners today. Excellent. Excellent. Yes. So excited. So before we up to obligated you'RE GONNA share start firs. Bhai, tell us a little bit about yourself and what you did. Okay. So I'm in the access to capital business. So my typical client is a small business owner is broken has bad credit so he will come to me. I. Will solve his credit problems in will give him unlimited access to capital Mount current the all three credit industry records including highest recorded credit score, which is a perfect nine ninety. So how am I? Done to expert papers for two different presidents I've been invited to speak before Congress. I, do work off the governor for the Attorney General for different congressman. I ran a program here right before grown virus for the mayor and in which we were trying to Razi aggregate credit scores of the entire city. But enforcing of virus kind of sidetrack that will pick it. Show. I have a very unique understanding of the credit scoring model because I wrote my own algorithm, which is still the only credit restoration algorithm available in the country. So we know exactly how that model behaved. So we can give anybody perfect credit in about three to six months no matter what your problem is. How where awesome. Thing that sounds really good. Dive in to all of their sow. What the overall strategy for small businesses to survive the Koran abides. Okay excellent. The first thing is. You have to stop the bleeding. A lot of businesses can't real in order partially re-open or they're trying to struggle to get access to capital real show either way they have a revenue problem you know they have a cash flow problem. Do a stop shutdown all your payments. So one of the things that no one is talking about which is very upsetting is cares act prevision for creditor deferment. So every creditor in the entire country has been encouraged by. Congress to offer some type of hardship rotavirus programming, right but you have to ask for it. Now, some creditors are proactive for instance, Geico insurance that they emailed me. Every month and said, hey, you're auto payment. Would you like to shut down your oil aided and taking advantage of a three month firm? Same thing would have US Bank for my Carl, meeting every month and say, hey, why are you taking advantage of the Corona Virus Program? So some creditors are actively letting you know the others will not give it to you unless you ask saw. person. Listening to has been affected by Garang virus should shut down all peanuts. Now I know you guys have some money for maybe got a little stimulus money those or you're working part time but the idea behind shutting down the creditor agents is that you need to build a nest egg or a reserved Prior to Corona Virus, few research did a study in they identify one of the main problems in most Americans could not with their hands on five hundred dollars in the case of a financial emergency. So that's why this provision was built into law. So it's there to save you. So you need to have a reserve financial reserve. If no other reason you know there's A. Virus I mean a vaccine that is on its way in a couple of months and I've seen some studies that say that the backseat could cost you as much as thirty two, hundred bucks after insurance. If there's a vaccine. And you don't put your hand on two hundred bucks that would be devastating. For saving up your mind, please don't. Want all the rich people to being well in this disease is only killing Oh poor people data's. Crater so that up to defer be program. How To do it? You don't have a book on Amazon. Call how to stop making payments for three bucks you can get this evil in the forms in there to shut down all your credit abatements. Now, once you have shut down the payments the next step in the second reason for participating in that program. Have some some clients who understand hey, maybe they deferred mortgage. Earn wanted credit cards. But what I make them do is defer every single. Credit relationship why bill everything? So again, part of it is for the nest egg, but the other party is the Cares Act has provisions for credit protection. So if you are affected by Kovac Nineteen, adversely, you can retroactively clean your credit back to January one automatically. Oh Wow, let's say you. You didn't know about it. You just heard it all on latisha program. You can you miss a couple pain and Sierra near the crab? You're will take that off of your credit as long as you site. That you're in one of these hardship program. So I have a car payment I missed a couple payments because of covid nineteen. So I got two or three late image credit. No proud you call them up tomorrow say and Gooby. In your heart, your program is my heart Cheddar. And once you're in role, you apply to the credit bureau to remove all those late. So. Now, you have perfect credit. In fact, it is easy to get perfect credit right now because of Kobe nineteen if you don't have perfect created this year, you probably won't have any time soon. Is. There's no reason for any listeners not to have perfect credit money into the year. There's no reason right Omar. So once you have perfect credit, you eventually knob talked to some of my friends are presidents of banks in BP's so they're telling me starting August one which is Saturday They're going to start reopening their lending programs gradually. Through the end of.
"dr michael" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Touched this you. Know, so I, we need a lot more data and we need to be responsible with that digest because that can be noise. can be misused by in medicine in general. And in sports medicine. We need a lot more data. Absolutely I was curious about this because earlier in this month there is some article that was sent to me. and then there is some other people that were also mentioning it of there being some type of new mutation in the corona virus that doesn't necessarily make more dangerous, but just makes it easier to spread It was like be one, six, six, one or one of those two, or whatever now have you heard anything of that? Do you think that there's? Reason to be worried about that, or is it just something that we now know and we're researching more. At the moment I haven't seen anything that would make that plausible. If Lucien Lucien viruses tend to become Every mutation makes them. Less, deadly and more contagious wound oak. Virus We've seen them on this planet. I mean we can We have evidence that they've been around for for very very very long time. What are some things that people can do since We don't have enough information at the moment. What are things? People can do from a mental perspective Do. You think it's a good idea to completely unplug from the news because they're not really given us any anything new. And they're not really giving US information. That's really helpful. At this point we do here. Wash the hands. We hear that when a lot and so that's important to reinforce that, but other than that it seems pretty negative. Minute people fighting in the streets over wearing a mask and And so forth, how can we get a little stronger? Maybe mentally, so don't get triggered and we don't get upset. We don't get worried about all this stuff. That's going on around us. That's a very good point. I think. Not Watching the news is a good idea. It doesn't matter whether you're in the USO. UK or anywhere on this planet is going to tell you anything. That you really need to know right The idea is that that it's sort of pushes a certain message or entertains you. and scary things can be very entertaining. I remember I was. When I saw my first, Kobe patients that have been in February. was watching the the BBC in the evening and I got really scared. Even though I've seen the patience of the front line. Then going back home watching the news, I said my God. This is really awful. And, they do it really good, which is obviously a true because I have seen it. But it it is designed to scare you. And it's designed to. Provoke emotions. And that's very sad because it's really not about informing people anymore, it's really about emotions and selling Selling something. And that's not limited to the states. Give some recommendations for some people you work with on a day-to-day basis of like. Hey, you know I think you should get outside and get some sunlight I think you should read I think you should find some old hobbies that used to love just because I think the mental stress of of what what's going on, you know could. Some of the things are going on. It could be interpreted as being traumatic for some people, and they could end up with almost like PTSD depression anxiety from a lot of the stuff that's going on. Yeah I! I that that's also very good point. I'm just a couple of weeks ago. I spoke to the the head, the foam ahead colleges of Cambridge ANALYTICA. Maybe remember that any of you guys, so that was a big scandal, but very smart people. They understood that humans. Do not behave like youth thing you want them to behave th that humans irrational beings. And he said. That, must have been six weeks ago two months ago. He said you know what I. Think this kill this treatment. Lockdown is going to be was. Than than anything else because of that would just mentioned the mental health implications domestic violence went up six hundred percent in some countries six hundred percent. And obviously, since it's not over yet, mental health has this. This isn't lag effect right? People do not immediately react which is an important thing. We have to raise awareness for that. Just because somebody people you know. My BICEP is forty five. This that that how you feeling today? Are you okay? How did you sleep last night? You feel okay, you. You've energy. And especially men. Men do not like to talk about this. And suicide rates for young men. A through the roof, so I think it's it's. Another reason we have to and I mean what are you doing and fitness tra-! Annual Resistance Training in general is such an important tool to to help people. Not just. Physically, but also mentally. Build resilience. You mentioned to the news in the news. Is something that I don't watch personally? But because I have so much family they always send me news articles especially when it comes to younger individuals. And I constantly see these these article titles more young people dying of Corona virus. And then there will be some names, but then when you do a quick Google search, you go down. If you articles you find out that the individual named had obesity, or the individual named had underlying conditions and I'm wondering from your end. Have you noticed again? Any type of difference in terms of the fatality rate in young people, younger individuals, twenty to thirty, five forty, and the older population has there been any type of change in the way that this virus is killing certain groups that contract it or is it actually the same and it's just being sensationalized. Well the numbers of data's pretty clear. The much. How did you raise a as you said one percent less than one percent of a bit and most of the. Fatalities people who were sixty five in old hasn't changed at all now. It's you know what's interesting if you look at dumb. Psychology and behavioral psychology. And, this is another is very tragic. The covid nineteen pandemic very tragic, but I think the very potent lessons to be learned. It's like a huge social experiment. And one of the things that we learned is that people like to spread us if they call his emotions, even though they know that they are false. Good days on. It's.
"dr michael" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"To. Also wear masks. It's. Somehow the new norm is six feet apart social distancing. Who who determined that six feet was okay, but five feet is sure death. Yet this the question and that's sort of. Relates to many other things some. Nobody really knows the JOE says one meter than governments made up the own rules. As, no nobody nosed. We understand the basic principle. Right any need an infectious patient in need to be exposed to the virus. That's it and then if you apply some some basic biology and. Logic than you sort of get. An idea what needs to be when it technically effective. WE HAVE WE AS A. As a society. How have we gotten past other viruses just by getting them and. Having. Some people die from having some people survived from it, and you become inoculated through that process is that? Cayenne of the only, that seemed like the only way to get through this virus as well. We don't know. Whether the. This virus is very contagious, right? This is what makes it may be unique. As a low mortality rate compared to other viruses, but it's very contagious and that that was one of the reasons that put additions panicked. Affected many people the same time, and it was a bit unfortunate that sorry Ferrari retelling friends it because the health healthcare system is not the most advanced. And they know that and it hit in the in Italy. You still have people living with their parents and grandparents. So the young people they quickly transmitted. And hit the vulnerable people. Very early on. But We don't know We'll see this. One What about some of the other countries that had some other strategies like And Japan people are Kinda referencing some of these places as Maybe handling the situation, a little bit better. I think one of the things in Japan is just that they're healthier. They don't have the same obesity rate that the United States has. What are some of your? Thoughts on. How Sweden was able to really not shut down, but I do believe they still wore masks and they still believe they had some social distancing. Yup. Really interesting thing is. That most countries followed Italy. and. There's some evidence now that Italy follow the Chinese example because they had no idea what to do so basically. We all doing the Chinese thing, right? Lockdown and this may be possible in a good idea in China. But it's probably not. The optimal strategy? For. Every country. So that some countries a New Zealand. They. Lock down the country immediately. Shut the borders Sweden tried to live a hybrid right. They said okay. It's up to the people. Be Responsible this candy. Native April tend to be pretty responsible comes to these things that has been criticized because obviously, the had a couple of deaths a we'll see when second wave will. Serve extended first wife is happening later this year. We'll see whether the Swedes did a good job but I think one of the key. Lessons here is is also what you just said. We have to go back to basics. People need to take the health. We know that the two risk factors for covid nineteen for severe symptoms death. Age. And Obesity..
"dr michael" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"I'm Bob Schieffer. And I'm Andrew. Schwartz of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and this is the truth of the matter. This is the podcast where we break down the policy issues the days since the politicians are having their say, we will excuse them with respect and bring in the experts, many of them from CSIS people who have been working these issues for years no spin, no bombast, no finger-pointing, just informed discussion. Today's episode of the truth of the matter. I'm flying solo as Bob. Shieffer is out of town. Dr Michael, Roy Migrate Friend Thank You for joining US Dr. Michael Fauntleroy of course is an eminent political scientist from Howard University. He joins me. Here were both coming from our homes Michael thanks so much for joining us today. My pleasure I WANNA ask. You were in a moment right now where united. States is reckoning with racism in America and I want to start with a pretty big question. What do you think needs to happen for systemic racism to end in the US? Well, the answer to that is somewhat embedded in the word system it rises right. It requires a complete system reboot if if you will and given that, it's taken four hundred plus years to get to this point. Every boot is something that's going to take some time. Require some patients. Requiring and Truth and reconciliation about where we are how we got you. One of the real interesting sidebars I'm noticing and some of the public discourse around this. is how there's so many whites at a appeared. Saying I didn't realize it was as bad as it gets. You know and I find that interesting for you know over the course of our history there have been groups of people who've sort of have their head in the sand where things are going, and it wasn't to fire hoses and dogs in the south in the nineteen sixties were broadcast on the news all around the country that people began to recognize what was. Being talked about and concerned about in the nineteen sixties so here we are now in a similar circumstance in which we have. Video people being abused by police officers, and literally being killed, and now a new generation of Americans are saying. Oh. Why didn't really know was that bad? And concerns me because it means that people don't actually believe what they're being told for years. But it also wears me Andrew, because it also says that it were it not for the video. People wouldn't even really be accepting. This is reality. You may recall. In North Charleston South, Carolina. A black man was running away from a police officer. The police officer shot him in the back, and then plan gone, and had it not been for the fact that a bystander was video at all. That cop would have gotten away with. That kind of thing happens all the time in the United States and. We have no idea how many people have gotten away with murder literally because it wasn't pretty. Well and you pointed out in your research that black people are targeted and killed wiz twice as many times as as white people, three three times, as often knows are based on statistics that can be tracked are. What we found with there Brianna Taylor Incident in Louisville. When looking at the police report that was originally filed is that there were so many blank spaces on the forms that you know. It suggested that the police officers never thought this would see the light of day, and they just put something on paper and let it go. We don't know how often that happens around the country and has happened around the country over the years, and as a consequence will never have. The full measure of the scope of the problem, but we do have enough now. To galvanize people good people people who want to do the right thing WanNa, see America live up to its promise and hopefully result in the kinds of public policy changes. Punish racism rather than reward racism, which what we have right now, so are we talking about the right things in this public discussion? Now I mean you know this is as you point out the first big discussion we've had since the sixties, and it's a result of this video, but as you point out also you know, these are happening all the time and we don't have the same discussion. Are we now talking about the right issues? I think we're. Talking about the right issue, so you, you may recall because the last few years. Something big POPs off and you know I I get called all the time for media outlets, because when I have a conversation about race and I always note that I think I conversation about raises the wrong conversation, because race is a social contract that used to organize people in different categories. Because we are human beings, an inherently about organizing things, so they can allegedly better understand it, but what we really need to be talking about is a conversation about racism. which is the use of raised? To advantage some people and disadvantage others, and so that's the real big deal that I'd like to see him. We're closer to that now. It's on I'm happy that we're having some of those conversations. We started with Christoph. Systemic racism, right? We don't have that generally speaking and I'm I'm pleased that we're getting closer to have point, but you know things can take a time. Remember in two thousand eight. We were having a different conversation about rights. How great it is, it is a black Democratic presidential nominee an he wins the White House and the conversation about how much we've changed the culture. Twelve years later. For years after the election of somebody who ran literally racism at the core of his campaign and twelve years after Barack. Obama's elected. We have. Protests Industries about black lives matter in response to systemic risers, so police is clearly an issue. What are some of the other systemic issues that are being talked about now or being talked about that? Really need to come to the forefront. I mean one thing is I think a lot of Americans have not understood the subject of Red Lining. They've not. the economic injustices. People are just finally now talking about things in the workplace in a way. That I've never seen them talk about in my lifetime before. Are there other issues that we're not talking about that? We need to be talking about. Yes, so for me. There are a handful of things they're the same things that everybody else wants. The access to education right high quality education. So that? You can go out and make a good living so. Is Inca. We know that Americans and Latinos the country. Earn less for the same jobs right so so we need to have that conversation, so you have education ground her money healthcare. We've remained steps in that regard, but we know from Corona virus that they're all kinds of health disparities that impact whether or not. People are impacted more so than others by viruses and other things we underlying health conditions, so there's education income healthcare housing. You mentioned redlining, right? That's a really big deal. Most people don't understand that, but at the end of twenty nine, thousand, nine hundred just to give you data on this, you know president trump was running around beginning in late twenty nineteen, talking about the black unemployment rate now is historically low now that shows he's sold a great for black people right well at the end of Twenty Nineteen Pre Cohen. The black homeownership rate in America was at his lowest point in.
"dr michael" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"You sound like a fool when you start talking about that. Police brutality started under Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Oh, he never said that well. He never said that on the show. Comments. He said that Ferguson Baltimore. Eric Gardner and all these other incidents happened under their watch. That's the truth. The truth will set you free reverend. I read that in a good book. If we're never brought to justice, excuse me because. Charge in the Sandra Bland killing. And Problems the instances that these protests they referencing. They're saying after Aragona Michael Brown. Tamir Rice Ready, great, glad source. Floyd is the last saw, but what I'm saying is so those first five. Were acceptable that why wasn't Barack Obama called into a town? Why wasn't Joe Biden calling to account why what that Gut Justice Department Eric holder. Why weren't they caught him to do something when these people were killed? As we continue our discussion, we'll get to your calls next half hour. Eight hundred nine four one, Sean, our number, the reverend. Charles Christian Adams Hartford Memorial. Baptist, church a pastor Daryll Scott, chairman or urban revitalization coalition, also the past of his church in Cleveland. What's your church? I smoke at the pulpit, which was the worst moment in the history of the church anyway I tried my best pastor, but you know might accursed once or twice in mean to do it from the pulpit an accident. Hey, listen. I have a book coming out called Unlikely Allies in the for better black Americans the name book nothing to lose talk about you in that book and I sat in it I. Give you a warning. I said in the book that I could see you being a preacher what? After By the way. In the book, so I'm warning you in advance. Boy by the way Reverend Adams. You never invited. Meet your church number one would a. why don't you invite me to speak your pulpit? Most certainly will you know, and you have me on record, but the justify the record. A little profanity Personally I think your political philosophy is more profane than your language, so if you curse time to it certainly won't buy. Listen I. Don't think all I. Don't think all the apostles that were fishermen. You know they might have had salty language..
"dr michael" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Best seen in the video if we didn't have the video, Sean that the the past the civilians who saw this would say. What we're seeing and the police would. Make you say that they. They thought there was a different scenario that it wasn't as bad and there'd be two opinions as to what happened but in this instance video was. Makes that scene entirely apparent? And without any further, and that's one of the reasons why there's so much Y You were upset so much seeing the video. You didn't have to know what the topsy showed you to see that the see. That was inappropriate and dangerous. When you see something like this, and then you watch the video, it gives you obviously some context into what you're looking, but you would be able to figure all of this out whether there was a video or not, you'd be able to figure out that it took some sustained trauma to the neck. That would have caused us. Yeah, yes. One how the autopsies completed, and there's no competing caused a debt now if he had a a brain hemorrhage at that time Berry, aneurysm, brain hemorrhage, or if you had a heart attack a. Fresh heart attack then they, they might be the causes of death. You've been on these circumstances, but the the the rest of the autopsy doesn't show any other illness of that would could cause death. He might have some forty nine years old. We all have hardening of the arteries to to certain extent. He had hypertension, but he'd never been treated. He had never had problems with the with the hypertension before so this the nature of the severity of the compression of the. The neck and of the back in of themselves are are the cause of death, and excluding all other possibilities, and in this instance the toxicology could not compete with what we see with the naked eye. When you talk about feting, you know I keep reading that like two or three grains of that stuff could kill the two hundred and fifty pound man is is is deadly. No well. Fennel is more deadly than than heroin. That's in and we've seen a lot of them, but. If you if you died from an overdose. Sentinel you don't trust drop dead. You sort of go to sleep. You go to sleep and go deeper deeper sleep, so that's why nor can can work on these things. Because it'd be like heroin or or Or that's an all. This time to give the antidote And that will help you it. person goes to sleep and this time in in the for half an hour or an hour or more to resuscitate the person and but not. It doesn't just. Cause you to drop dead when somebody happens to be squeezing your neck. You know. How is the family I? Don't know how any family holds up in a situation like this. They're they're? They're they're. I spoke to the family on the phone, because to find out any medical history, and that's when they had indicated. They're very good phone they're. Taking in Texas or.