18 Burst results for "Dr Rice"

"dr rice" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"To tell the kids on the very first day of school that there was no such thing as a dumb question and that i invited them to interrupt me with questions in fact i went so far as to say to the kids. I'm going to grade you on quizzes and homework. But i'm also a great you on the questions you ask and the tougher the better and now as i go around talking to kids on campuses I say the very same thing during the qna session. I say to them. Look just bring it on And what i find. Is the kids out there today. Jason are just like me Just the way. I was many years ago. The world has changed an awful lot. Yes but people are still curious about the same fundamental questions and these kids that i talked to on campuses and churches all over the place. They they've they look at me as someone who is giving them permission to vent their curiosity. I remember being at a university. I won't mention the name of the university but it was actually in the nashville area. And afterwards after after the program was all done the pastor who had been moderating the conversation with introduced the whole event Said to the kids almost rhetorically. Now what what do you think about that. You think you would have felt comfortable asking those questions of your of your pastor and the feeling was unanimous in the room the kids were very very animated. They said oh no no way and that kind of broke my heart because it gave me an insight and i've seen this kind of reaction and it's very apropos conversation this morning. I think that. I think a lot of kids who do attend church. Never mind the ones who don't They just don't feel like their pastor is either willing or able or open To being asked questions about the universe There there's a sense that does not welcome in the church and so they refrained from asking the questions and if they do ask the questions they get brushed off So anyway curiosity for me has met everything. I had very great privilege. When i was living in nashville. And i mean great privilege of meeting. Rice brooks dr rice brooks whose you probably know the author of god's not dead and i was at actually confessed. St i was actually at a low point my life that i felt as if making the move from los angeles we move. We had a beautiful property in los angeles. I felt god calling me to nashville my family and i so we packed up the dog and the kid and we drove and moved to nashville. And my feeling at that point. Jason was that There was no role for me in the church. I felt as if the church was kind of deaf dumb and blind to what was going on that we we're not losing generation. We have lost a generation. And when you look at barnes studies and other studies anew query. These kids wired you going to church. Why why have you left faith very often times. They mentioned sciences. The reason The the they they feel as if the bible is in conflict with science And there's no one at the church to disabuse them of that terribly. Misguided point of view and i remember dr brooks just taking me of by the lapels and saying brother..

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"dr rice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Treasury. Think of Figure out how many bonds to sell this week. Uh, figure out the T bills. No Treasury would became central to defense in a matter of hours. So what? How do you sort through priorities, one of the decisions that get made at Treasury. Well, the first thing this your question reminds me is that Biggest comments possible. I mean, given what you just heard Karen and Condi talk about that is hard. By the same time. Americans alive. We have terrible damage in Wall Street, but we can markets can function. I think that message was out there. But then, Peter, we had a lot to do specifically, you mentioned terrorist financing that probably occupied our time right away at the Treasury. By the way, we're just across Away from the White House. I meant to hundreds of millions. The situation room and I just thank Indian, Karen for all the work, But this this stopping the terrorist financing was a big deal. Mark. I think the support from the rest of the government is going to just have a line. President Bush in the Rose Garden, said this war on terrorism will be fought on a variety of fronts. The front lines will look different from wars in the past. It is a war that will require the United States to use our influence and a variety of areas in order to win it, and one area is financial. This was essentially a rallying cry for A lot of people to it is candy. Noted that there's an inherent turf battle in this area, all sorts of agencies involved in finance and I think she said, John, we need an action plan. So, with that matter of hours we have we worked. Uh, we got a good action plan. And we wanted to be sure there were inter prattles that prevented information. So we had a phrase convey information don't contain information. And I think this idea of stopping the flow of money was key. That's the stopping a terrorist financing. Part of it was simply to stop the flow of money to the bad guys. But there was also a lot of financial intelligence that came from this network, and we were emphasized that that was a part of the spirit. We set up a war room. And can I just want to that point? So the moderator is Peter Robinson, former speechwriter in the Reagan administration. We just heard from John Taylor, former Treasury under secretary for international affairs in the George W. Bush administration. This is a reflection on the September 11th attacks on America, hosted by the Hoover Institution. Former secretary of State in the George W. Bush administration. Condoleezza Rice is among the Panelists here as well as former defense secretary in the Trump Administration. James Mattis and former counselor to George W. Bush. Karen Hughes and now back to moderator Peter Robinson Treasury became its own source of Intel. Oh course. Yeah. Yes, defense until you've got CIA established intel agencies, But Treasury develops its own source of intel on the terrorist. Is that correct? Yes, But of course, we're depending on the intelligence agencies. And this is something which I think is important. I think the coordination of the cooperation with the state and Defense Department was key. We didn't have enough of that. We set up a little a poster in the Treasury, the North lobby and said, We are at war. Are you doing all you can? And so the idea is that we were we were work trying to work as much as we can. And by the way, I many millions. The situation room. I'd make a comment about the economics. And the secretary of state or defense. There goes Taylor again. Talk about the economics, and the thing is, it was hard to get it. Get it in. Let me mention one other thing. I think international support was huge. We spent a lot of time on the phone first of the G seven, and then that's that's spread out. I've never experienced such cooperation. Everybody was our friend. It just It didn't last as long as I would like. But everybody was our friend, and that made it possible to do things we couldn't do otherwise. The U. N security Council. Help. Uh Condi helped I did mention whether thing which was kind of proud of at the time, there was a report of the 9 11 Commission came a little later. Um, gave us a day minus It was the only a There were seas and there were these even an hour. So I'm sure they miss the important parts and they just Oh, my gosh, Treasury is we've got to give them some great anyway A minus and, uh, in a sea of season, D's and F's so I'll stop there. Jim Mattis. You went to war You went to war between Vietnam and what and our, uh And Afghanistan. There have been conflicts, of course from Grenada to bombings in the Balkan peninsula, Serbia and so forth. But what as a professional what was it like to be fighting on behalf of it Nation? I don't know how to put this as a crude way to put it, but the nation was roused and angry. And righteous. And unified. Did that make a difference to you as a professional? Not really. I would just tell you, Um, that really wasn't what happened was many years of naval deployments. At least I'll tell you because I would attack in the Naval Service. Navy Marine Deployments. This was situation. Normal crisis deployments, routine deployments. There was a conviction best summed up by one of my, uh, my Marine from New York. Who, by the way, it was Muslim. Uh, who? Probably This is a perfect war general. They want to die, and we want to kill them. I mean, I'm giving you the rough soldiers, humor that allows them to go forward into the uncertain parade of the battlefield with a certain amount of conviction, and he summed it up. I think for a lot of us And the international support that John was talking about was immediately felt in the military area as well. And the CIA military connection, uh that that's really restarted. Their um, has held all the way through to this day. Where the military relations of trust and the CIA military, Uh, spirit of collaboration unleashed. I think a very effective early campaign in Afghanistan. When we were having to do things with the limit of man and machine. They were so far inland. Uh, Dr Rice and the State Department team. We're getting US air bases up on the northern flank of Afghanistan. This sort of thing, But really, it was what we do, and we had the most important thing was we had the logistics legs to do it. We have 11 nations come in without a whole lot of M O u. S or treaties raising of just show up. We had the Norwegians there and the Jordanians. The Turks. Canadians. New Zealanders, Australians. Um, the Germans were there. I just check to make sure they were on our side. This time. They were so tally Ho. Let's go. Uh, but we were united. As far as going after the tariffs. We lost much of that unity of purpose. With the attack into Iraq a year and a half later two years later, But at that time, it was exactly what the national security adviser who gave him one hour class to all new brigadier generals and rear admirals that I was in. The adviser was Dr Condi Rice, and she said We do things with our allies. Not to them. And I've never seen a finger 18 inches long as he instructed us on this primary, uh, thing but another point to bring up for those of us like me who than dealing with the Middle East and 1979. Um, we had no doubt about this..

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"dr rice" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"We now know that it was the the passengers that drove it into the ground to keep it from being a missile. I will tell you, John. We thought maybe we charted down and the vice president just kept saying to the Pentagon. You must know you must know whether or not a plane. You engaged the civilian aircraft, and they kept saying we can't confirm. And so that was one of those awful minutes. But you just try to keep going. I got in touch, uh, with President Putin. He was trying to reach President Bush. I said Mr President, the President Bush is trying to get to a safe location. I said. Our forces are going up on alert, He said. Don't worry. I can see that. I thought of course you can. And then he said, Our forces are coming down. We're chancing all exercises because what you worry about at that moment. Is that if our forces are going up on alert, it might be mis read by Russian forces. And so that was comforting that the Russians were on board. The other thing that I did was that You know, the pictures were awful. You remember and the president couldn't state We were in a bunker and so I had Rich Armitage, the deputy secretary. Uh, mind, Deputy Steve Hadley told Rich to send out a cable to every embassy around the world to tell them to let everybody know the United States of America had not been decapitated. We were functioning at that moment. You don't want friend or foe to think that the United States has no leadership. A detail. The president wanted to return to Washington. What was your thinking? What was the decision? It's so interesting that at that moment you're not weighing options. And on the one hand on the other hand, you got it going on instinct, and my instinct was that it was that we needed to keep the presidency. You know, I'm a veteran. John of the nuclear age and of Nuclear war training, and you get the president into the skies as fast as possible. Uh, he was he had a force one there, he would be safe. They were going to get into a military base where we would be safe. And so, um, I didn't even think about it. In fact, when I think back, I sort of raised my voice to him and I said, Mr President, you cannot come back here. It's not safe and so Finance think was we had to keep him safe. Nobody else so the president is moving to Louisiana first, and then eventually into the Midwest to secure bunkers. Everybody's moving around. I want to contribute what we saw in New York. Because you're watching Washington. I'm watching New York we immediately were apprised to go get the Children out of school. They shut down the subway very quickly. And in those days without iPhones, we were all dependent upon clam shell phones that were not working all that well, depending upon the system. You had Some Manhattan was cut off around noontime, and when you're dealing with the senior leadership around noon time in New York, it was very quiet. Very quiet. You could see the cloud the debris cloud. If you were on high point, like as I eventually got to a high point of Central Park, you could see the debris cloud. But the information that was coming on the radio was sketchy and extremely dangerous. I believe that you were also receiving information in the bunker or in the What is it called the Presidential Emergency Operations Center. That was, uh, waterfall of what turned out to be not accurate information about planes about attacks around the world. It is striking to me that you were able to sort that all out. Given that you didn't have iPhones. You didn't have communication. What was your thinking when you were getting reports about Spain or about other aircraft in the air? How are you going to solve all of that at once and still maintain authority at the White House, and it helps to remember that because it will come again that secretary Just we had really two tracks going at this 20.1 was that we were worried about anything that was in the air. And there were reports of phantom planes that were landing in saying now suddenly, we're Mexico balance Suddenly Red Canada and it was chaotic as to what was going on. I have to give tremendous, uh Tremendous props here to Norman Anna, who was transportation secretary and just kind of took over trying to track all of these planes. At that moment, uh, the other truck was that there were reports all over the place of bombs going off here and bombs going off there. There was a report of a car bomb at the State Department. But we were trying as much as we could check these things out. So right away. We called rich Harvard. He just said it was there. Was there a bomb at the State Department? He said, No, that was the ulcer. Report. But you know people talk about the fog of war. Uh, this was the fog of war reports were coming in many of them erroneous. Where simultaneously we're trying to figure out what did we need to do to help New York? Because, um, New York and Virginia where the Pentagon had been hit, or, of course, trying to be evacuate people. One of the saddest moments Tron was when we were asking whether they need it, you know? Blood or do they need what kind of emergency care do they need? And, uh, help people in New York said, Um, not much because nobody survived. Uh, who was in that building? We are speaking of the events of 9 11 2000 and one with Secretary Condoleezza Rice, then national security adviser later, Secretary of State. Now a professor at Stanford University and director of the Hoover Institution. The president lands his seven p.m. at the White House South Lawn. When we come back, the president takes command of the center, the center where Dr Rice had been all day. This is CBS. I in the world. I'm John. That stay tuned for more of CBS Eye on the world with.

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"dr rice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Just hit it has another building right into the middle of it. Explosion. God, it's right in the middle of the building. This one into the East tower? Yes, yes, right in the middle of ability. We still don't know what quite is happening, but we are all corralled into the White House mess the senior staff in the West Wing We are just held their myself. It's others within the West Wing office, including the schedule Ear's some of the staff from the national security Council office. Dr Rice is not there. They're in different places, and the president is not there. The chief of staff isn't there. But so we're all kind of collected in the White House mess and that White House mess is situated next to and the message that dining room or White House staff, But next to that is also the communications arm of the situation room. And so there's a lot of running back and forth. You say people were running back and forth where people frantic and scared at all. Not at all. Not in that vein. There's just a lot of movement. No one is, you know loud or there's no running. It is just a lot of quick movement. From individuals who on a typical day don't move that fast. Were you at any point or people around? You afraid given that there was an attack on the United States? There was no information as of yet, And so we had to wait. We also had members of the deputy chief of staff Josh Bolton's office. He would be the most senior. Person in charge, and so he came down and finally said, there's absolutely something wrong. Those are not as exact words. But we need to hold here while we get some additional intelligence and we get on the phone. At that point in time, there were a number of us there and I looked over to a colleague and he was the deputy director of White House personnel, and we looked at one another, and we determined we needed to say a prayer prayer. There was concern and there was something as definitely wrong and we knew when the tower fell. That this was not something that was normal. There is one report on one news channel here in New York City, that perhaps it was a jet. Perhaps his 7 37 When you heard the noise, did it sound like a proper job or a jet? It sounds like a jet. But from where I was, I.

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"dr rice" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on KGO 810

"We were functioning. At that moment, you don't want friend or foe to think that the United States has no leadership. A detail. The president wanted to return to Washington. What was your thinking? What was the decision? It's so interesting that at that moment you're not weighing options. And on the one hand on the other hand, you got it going on instinct, and my instinct was that it was that we needed to keep the president safe. You know, I'm a veteran. John of the nuclear Age and of Nuclear war training, and you get the president into the sky as fast as possible. Uh, he was he had a force one there he would be safe. We're going to get into a military base where we would be safe. And so I didn't even think about it. In fact, when I think back, I sort of raised my voice to him, and I said, Mr President, you cannot come back here. It's not safe. And so my instinct was we had to keep him safe. Nobody else so the president is moving to Louisiana first, and then eventually into the Midwest to secure bunkers. Everybody's moving around. I want to contribute what we saw in New York because you're watching Washington. I'm watching New York we immediately were apprised to go get the Children out of school. They shut down the subway very quickly. And in those days without iPhones, we were all dependent upon clam shell phones that were not working all that well, depending upon the system. You had So Manhattan was cut off around noontime. And when you're dealing with the senior leadership around noon time in New York, it was very quiet. Very quiet. You could see the cloud the debris cloud. If you were on high point, as I eventually got to a high point of Central Park, you could see the debris cloud. But the information that was coming on the radio was sketchy and extremely dangerous. I believe that you were also receiving information in the bunker or in the What is it called the Presidential Emergency Operations Center. That was A waterfall of what turned out to be not accurate information about planes about attacks around the world. It is striking to me that you were able to sort that all out. Given that you didn't have iPhones. You didn't have communication what we should thinking when you were getting reports about Spain or about other aircraft in the air. How are you going to solve all of that at once and still maintain authority at the White House, and it helps to remember that because it will come again, the secretary This. We had really two tracks going at this 20.1 was that we were worried about anything that was in the air. And there were reports of phantom planes that were landing and saying Now, suddenly we're Mexico. All of a sudden they read Canada and it was chaotic as to what was going on. I have to give tremendous Tremendous props here to Norman ETA, who was transportation secretary and just kind of took over trying to track all of these plans. At the moment, Uh, the other truck was that there were reports all over the place of bombs going off here and bombs going off there. There was a report of a car bomb at the State Department. But we were trying as much as we could check these things out. So right away. We called rich Armitage and said it was there. Was there a bomb at the State Department, he said, No, that was false. Report. But, you know, people talk about the fog of war. Uh, this was the fog of war reports are coming in many of them erroneous were simultaneously We're trying to figure out What did we need to do to help New York because, um New York and Virginia by the Pentagon had been hit. Or, of course, trying to make evacuate people. One of the saddest wants Chan was when we were asking whether they need it, you know? Blood or do they need what kind of emergency care that they need? And, uh, help people in New York said, Um, not much because nobody survived. Uh, who was in that building? We are speaking of the events of 9 11 2000 and one with Secretary Condoleezza Rice, then national security adviser later, Secretary of State. Now a professor at Stanford University and director of the Hoover Institution. The president lands his seven p.m. at the White House South Lawn. When we come back, the president takes command of the center, the center where Dr Rice had been all day. This is CBS. I in the world. I'm John Bash. Stay.

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"dr rice" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"If chris wallace thinks that what do you think the taliban thinks it is it. It's a it's a. It's an interesting observation by chris. Because it is you know he is a staff man. That is his background. He was biden staff director on the senate foreign relations committee. He's he's you know he's a he's a staffer and that's typically not. Who put you know in in a job that thomas jefferson one had and In in you know ultimately one of the things kind of the flip side of that You know you could argue condie. Rice is also seen as a as a staff person is that you are perceived as having your of the president and i do think when tony blinken is talking to People overseas not to defend him. But you know he. He is seen as someone who is kind of appendage of biden and so that does give him some credibility because he's not gonna you know unlike rex tillerson say get kind of undercut by the president on on twitter the next day. Yeah dr rice. As an african american woman survived birmingham and and made it in a white male world. I don't think anyone ever questioned her. Strength of character and purpose when swallowed says staff debt. And obviously you don't. You're stanford guy but when chris wallace says staff man in dc dismissive brutal as it gets and and so do other people share that opinion. Do you share that opinion. I i've been. I've been blown away by out badly. Afghanistan has his gun. And i do think that Blinken is a is is a very important part of that story and i do think biden does differ to lincoln and i think blinken didn't push back as hard on biden if he should have because. I think there was the sense that like this is what the president wants to do. We're going to do what the president wants to do. And so we're not gonna go through all the reasons. This is problematic And and that is one of the things that a staff person does who's not a principal principal who comes in having been in congress or or running a corporation or if someone who has kind of their own power base in certain add moral view and blinken is very much a biden guy and i do think that ultimately has shortchanged the president on this hugely consequential issue and i do worry that it will similarly Cause problems on other big global issues. That are that are coming down the pike and of course the most important of which is china. You know the weaknesses. Provocative is a saying among the reaganomics and my people the center right the national security conservatives that constitutional concern. We are very worried about the next three and a half years. Have you heard that from anyone and not because they're going to spend the next three generations money. I'm worried about that. I'm just worried about the cpa and russia because weaknesses perot provocative. I'm worried about iran getting a nuclear last fifty seconds to you. Do you worry about this because of the weakness people i do. I do worry about all of those things. And i do think. It's vitally important. That biden project strength. I think you know one of the things that we have to do. Coming out of this debacle in afghanistan mean he was. I disagreed with it. I thought it was a terrible idea. I wrote that we should leave a residual force in the biden. Should back off. I wrote that we shouldn't close backroom. Ultimately biden did have an electoral mandate to do that. he ran on it. He followed through on his campaign. Promise i thought it was a bad idea. But he did it now. It's incumbent upon the administration to project strength to the world so that china and north korea and iran and others. Don't don't encroach and i agree with that. I just completely pessimistic about that happening. James home in washington post every single morning. You ought to be reading him at james home and on twitter in the washington post with his column. I'll be right back. America on the hugh hewitt show to hewitt for birch gold. If you found yourself completely befuddled by events in afghanistan alarmed about inflation and other was uneasy well about everything american standing in the world about what comes next. Then you're feeling like everybody else's and uncertainty is usually a time that you want to increase your holdings in gold. When i do that. I do it.

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"dr rice" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Now that's a whole nother brain of well. I used to call it my subway now. Because when i when i lived in new york is to write bits and pieces of it in the subway and then the book club. I'm in you know. We discovered that everybody had some project on the back burner whether it was a film script. Or a book or memoir. That was kinda this catching this so we started. A writers group is part of our book club and we started giving you know critiquing each other and giving each other encourage manner having working session so by doing that with them. I tossed out the parts. Didn't work and i did some I did some riders Trips to in participating some programs around the country to help with that give feedback on it so but working with them. I was able to finish the first draft so it was really helpful because you have accountability partners. Yeah you do. That's that's having a cohort of helping you do that is really the main thing. My program. I just finished the brandon. Accelerate is a cohort program. That's one of the main things is keeping people countable and then my ready set go speak program. They have a form where people are kinda like post their win. So you see someone posted wins. It's like a better post my win too. You know so. It keeps everybody accountable because information is useless if you don't have implementation so so so we encourage everybody to do something with and also keeping you accountable in terms of taking care of yourself in that taking on too much. 'cause we've talked about a lot of things. I'm not trying to do all the things i've done in the past. I'm i'm really trying to streamline my life a little more to the final you can't you can't. It's not sustainable and They say multitasking is overrated. So i'm trying to focus more. And also because i you know. Since we have health and wellness website we have to practice will be preach as well so Curious willie is really important particularly now. Because we're still you know out of corn chain but the pandemic is not over so we we still have to be very mindful of that in just you know a lot of people have been dealing with a lot of stress and a lot of illness and a lot of grief and loss in you know a lot of downsizing. Join us all kinds of weight gain with the but so It's real so we just have to make sure we take care of ourselves and take care of each other too is. There's people in our circles that we need to pay more attention to make sure they're taking care of themselves so that accountability thing is we have to pay it forward and all around us than is true. That is true. I appreciate the work that you're doing. Keep it up and we will definitely be shown us all the books that you've done the websites the things that you're doing and applauding you by next may being dr unique. How how would you like to be. Address is dr rice lamb. Doctor you need well how. How are we going to. I'm open. I'm not you know it doesn't cause is people already call me doctor. Because they air on the side of caution because some people you know get caught up in it in so people been calling. I keep saying thank you. But i'm not a doctor yet. I'm speaking into being so Though by rice lamb instead of lamb in in honor my father is best. And i didn't realize it was so. He told me he was really happy that i kept the rice in my name. I'm his oldest child so young son. But i'm the oldest so he was really happy but since i ride a lot. So that's one reason. He was happy that i kept the rice in my name. So those by doing that now. It is so cold. We'll make sure the domain name bowing domain name. Okay good there. You go

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"dr rice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"You can follow me on facebook or actually. Follow me on twitter at carl jackson show. You can like me on facebook. Carl jackson radio like and share the page. Before i go to your calls. I want to again. I want to address the caller. I'm again i believe. Her name is trudy and she sounded like such a sweet lady and she mentioned last night that hey you know. I took the vaccine. There were plenty of people lined up to take the polio vaccine. Back in the day americans lined up. We did it. we wanna get. We wanted to get past this. Why don't we take the vaccine to get past this again. There are therapeutics available. Will play a audio clip. Soon from dr Rice the came onto the laura ingraham program. We'll also play some clips from Fascist ouchi flip-flopping a montage from fascist faulty flip-flopping. But here's what. I want you to understand fundamentally we have a crisis of of truth in america right now. The left does not believe in moral objective. Truth they believe in moral relativism. They constantly move the target when it comes to morality. That's why we that's why there's lgbtq community that's why mankin. Ken supposedly give birth. Which is just completely asinine. It's just ridiculous but the left wants to constantly remove virtue and morality out of society so that they can have their way and honestly that's the way they communism that's the way the socialism prevails. You essentially you decrease god and increase government if you will so god must decrease and that's what the left is trying to do. God must decrease therefore truth objective truth must decrease in society and then the left can fill those voids or fill that void with whatever the heck they want and that's exactly what they're doing so when trudy called in last night which she was talking about was a time in era where americans. We're more moral. It doesn't mean we didn't do crazy things that doesn't mean that racism because you know always going to be some social justice where we are as early listen all types of sand existed as they do today just as they do today sins existed back then but as a culture as a society as a country. We were a more moral country. We had more men that were moral more women that were morally virtuous if you will and so you could trust honestly. Obviously there's always been corruption in politics. I get it goes all the way back to the founding of our country and you can see that in world history throughout world history. There's just been corrupt leaders throughout. So i i get that. But america was pretty virtuous place based upon our declaration of independence and our constitution our judeo christian value system and a lot of people believed in our judeo christian values system. A lot of people loved our country. A lot of people loved our constitution. A lot of people appreciate our country. Our founding our founding fathers back in the era when you had to take the polio vaccine. But today's different the biden administration don't appreciate they censor us. They don't appreciate that at all. They don't appreciate the united states whatsoever. They wanna fundamentally transform. The united states of america. They want more control they're not virtuous. His son is getting away with literally selling access to the white house selling access to his father and pretend like pretending like he's an artist no experience whatsoever. He's going to be able to sell some of his art for upwards of five hundred thousand dollars a piece. We're not these are not virtuous people that third principle outlined in this book the five thousand year leap the most promising method of securing a virtuous immorally stable people is to elect virtuous leader. So trudy is such a sweet lady and she's a apparently she's she's a she's a lady that wants all of us to get past this right she's a virtuous lady. She completely sounded like just a nice sweet lady. But trudy that's not who we're dealing with in washington dc. We're not dealing with men of honor and integrity. We're dealing with men that will use a virus in order to gain more control over us hints the mass mandates. This book goes on to say. This is samuel adams. He pointed out a pretty sobering facts concerning our political survival as a free people. And here's what he said but neither the wisest constitution or the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. He therefore is the truest friend to the liberty of his country who tries most to promote its virtue and who so far as his power and influence extend would not suffer a man to be chosen into any office of power and trust who is not a wise and virtuous man. You think joe biden is a wise and virtuous man. He's not he's not. We're dealing with the absolute crook in the white house. That also happens to be in the early stages in my opinion of dementia samuel adams then went on to say that public officials should not be chosen if they are lacking inexperienced training proven and proven virtue and demonstrated wisdom. He set the task of the electorate is to choose. Those whose by -delity has been tried in the nicest intenders manner and has been ever firm and unshaken a favorite scripture of the day was proverbs. Twenty nine to which says when the righteous are in the people rejoice but when the wicked bereaved rule the people mourn you think those political prisoners that the biden administration sending this guy that i just got through talking about with julie kelley the maximum sentence. The maximum sentence for four misdemeanors was.

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"dr rice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"I. I'm one of these people have a problem with women and infantry i know i'm gonna make you mad but i do. We'll talk about that a little bit tomorrow. you know. What have you guys. They i was. I was a little confused initially about the last caller i'm but ultimately what she was what she wound up saying is. I don't know what the big deal is You know get in line and take the Take the vaccine and we can get over this okay. So this is what science tells us first off The corona virus has been around for a century So this is a different variant and we understand that and at first we didn't know how to handle it. You know fascist. She probably did you know since he tried to cover it up and lie about it. The people in the wuhan lab of iraq more than likely knew how to handle it. Maybe maybe not initially at first but because it affected our respiratory system you know so so heavily so it was a little different but now doctors have gotten ahold of it. You heard the the audio from dr rice. And i really don't understand how people have lost their train of thinking. Here's what we know. There is a such thing. I know it's a i know it's like a curse word nowadays to use the term her immunity but it actually does exist. People were being censored online as a result of it but it it does exist. And i know big tech wants you to believe that it doesn't exist but if people have had cove it then they don't need the vaccine maybe they will in the future but there's a natural immunity and in many cases depending on how severe your case was your immunities are better than the vaccine are can be better than the vaccine. I should say so. How are we going to get past this thing. I'll tell you how you get past kobe. Stop watching cnn. Stop watching msnbc stuff. Flip it on twitter stuff You know checking this stuff out on facebook commonsense stuff. Wash your hands socially distance if you want if you got the vaccine. You're already passed it. See this is the brainwashing of america taking effect. I love you guys all right. But this is the brainwashing of america. This is absolute nonsense. This virus has oh. And i didn't ask the gentleman's questions earlier. This virus has what it's like a ninety nine point five or seven percent deaths. It's just like the flu. So i hate to tell you we are over it. I think this is as good as it gets. We're going to you. Could you imagine if we reported cases of the flu as frequent as frequently as we do a cobra. You're talking about cases you know how many people may have had the flu or may maybe had the flu this year or or l- ask and it's not reported on the new so we don't know the numbers. This is an absolute joke. Any pandemic has ever been treated like this. I urge you. I urge you to go back and research. The hong kong flu americans got past this stuff. Hit americans hard. We don't even remember. The story of the hong kong flu happened back in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. I believe this is. This is crazy. This is absolutely nuts and we're leading live right here in orlando. I hurt the mayor. The we're back in crisis mode were were back in crisis mode based upon the number of cases the number of cases. Don't tell me jack. I don't know if they're a symptomatic. It's one person that's been tested five times to try to figure out whether or not they can go back to work. That doesn't tell me jack. It doesn't tell me if they're if they're They're still contagious and tells me nothing. These people are using these numbers to scare us to death so that they can control us. Okay so the hong. Thank you william. Hong kong flu killed between a million to four million people. Are we talking. Americans a million all over the world a million to four million people a million to four million people. We're talking about the hong kong flu and we don't even remember it today. I just happened to google. This was several months ago. Or maybe i was doing some research and i was like hong kong flu. What is this this is. We're going insane here. We're going insane anyway all right. Let's let's go to carol in new jersey. Carol you got a minute. And you've got the mic. Walk into the larry elder show. Roy moore for all. How are you better them. I'm glad you're feeling that you know this. Whole thing with simone biles. There are people saying that she's leading the team down because she took herself out of the competition and everything you know if she's an emotional problem. Sh our health and wellbeing is more important. Yeah i gotta tell you okay. So this is the goss on truth carol. I absolutely love the olympics. I have not watched the olympics. this year. the social justice warriors completely ruined it for me. And i've just been determined to tune out however i did decide that i would watch and i just have been half the time and opportunity would watch and cheer people on that that love america. That's a salute. Our flag aren't ashamed of our country. i don't know enough about the issue with simone biles. I'll be honest with you. Because i've been completely disinterested although i love simone biles so i just can't comment on matt intelligently So i i don't know what the deal is. I don't know if there's an emotional problem. I don't i just honestly. I've been so far removed from the olympics Besides being happy that the men's basketball team lost and I just not sure exactly what what to say on that. But anyway maybe i'll read up on that and just see what's going on with simone simone biles. I do like her. Do you like any american. That respects our country that the flag that appreciates the greatness of america.

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"dr rice" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

Going Deep with Chad and JT

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"dr rice" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT

"Don't you come in. put it down on me. Issued a legend. Yes because i think that is the best song of all time. Ge's pure pop perfection. I think you know the muse of music came through maroon five and they honored its spirit and they honored what it was telling them and they just they came up with just the perfect song and i i think it's i put it up there but like is this eleven. Could you be love where it's the kind of song that if you're not in a good mood afterwards i think you need to go see somebody and then say do i need help. I thought this before. He did down here and i don't i don't think you do. I think you're an anonymous person when it comes to this stuff. Your your resistance is some charms. But i think that's part of your charm. But i think that if for me i guess if i hear that song and i'm like i don't feel good afterwards. I'm like wall. I'm in trouble like i gotta go. I gotta go into dr rice's office and get boost the meds 'cause 'cause this song is you know it's just gets you it gets you. Gets you light hell you. I love that. I want to listen to that. Dj should play that song at that wedding. We're talking video for the song for maroon. Five the show video. It's going to differ weddings and surprising the guests go. They dropped these drapes on stage and then everybody gets pop and walk in. Let's go and then you look at what they got for food and they got in and out they know. Toss that in. There is a little. Littlest sound little Chat with your quota. The week i gotta go with a another quote from american pie just my favorite movie mad lessons. I gotta keep shouting it out. This comes from chris austria when he's on the date with the With a college girl. He's trying to pull the moves. He's a something about the springtime you know something the air. She's like yeah. Yeah say he's like there's some the springtime he knows. It's really cool the air. She's like oh it looks at suck me beautiful. Yeah that's a. She's like what you say he's like. Suck me beautiful. Yeah he doubles down with a little more self down on the second one strategy. What's your quota. the here it is. I don't know if i've done this before. But joe joe. If you're able to hit you guys all might be able to get this line. But joe. i really expect you to get the line. After i say this quote okay. Because it's one hundred six miles to chicago. We've got a full tank of gas. Have a pack of cigarettes. It's dark and wearing sunglasses. What's the next line hit by jake blues. Was you let that a lot of chicago. Joe you letdown me. That was supposed to. I was supposed to know hit it. I don't remember that. I got that. But i knew aykroyd aykroyd. He's your favorite from. Snl all them the best the best he can deliver diabetes. So good yeah. He's one of the best artist dialogue point blank. Jaren doesn't like which was going on. Dude and joe which is which is the sugar of like nine hundred ninety s comedy crime films. Yeah he's such a smart guy. Any rights the blue like he writes with land. That goes browsers and stuff. Yeah yeah he just goes into niche stuff. He's a cool guy count heads. Yeah speaking of lex your lexicon indiction diction like cohn heads is like a whole take on like people like frats interpreted count heads as like drinking and would play drinking games around it because they're like we consume mass consumptions and like a drink and stuff to watching those sketches. It's kind of interesting joe. What's your quote just a real quick jack petersen let off the game with a home runs one. Nothing called hold on. Air has no mike. He's got to be on just. Hey i just wanted to give a live update on the game. It's very interesting. Yeah fact that was stating what is it. Oh yeah quote of the week is there's a cold beer calling my name. It's a song by jameson. Rogers and luke. Combs was at your quote of the week before we had our a seltzer standoff. Yeah am friday thirsty. Nice mike one of the week. So my favorite kind of theme and something is when two people in a movie or a song choose to love each other in the face of debt or in the face of like some kind of like annihilation deep impact deep impact. Yeah and then a good example is i will follow you into the dark by death. Cab for cutie. Just one of the cutest songs of all time and i think the line that summarizes what. I'm talking about best is a heaven. Hell decide they're both are satisfied. Eliminate the nose on vacancy signs. If there's no beside you when you're selling embarks then i'll follow you into the dark toy story. Three two when they're going down the light the terminal thing and it's putting him into the fire and then it'll just decide to hold hands. It's like that's all you can do. Just hold each other's hands as we go towards Towards nothing or maybe something. But i like the that makes me feel better about the nothing. I feel like we can do something in the face of chad. What's your friends will be going after it. My friends the week. Forget after it is. It's all by new pants. Strategy with your physically. Forget faulk in gulp joe. What's your phrases. we're gonna keep swinging. Ooh yeah my friends we. This is about like what's the best outcome for a night out with the boys. Ledges all right. Thanks joe what. Lee you try. The fruit smash ten episodes. I i won't episode. I will someday but today's not that day. Nice guys thanks for stopping in announced stoker's keep limited reviews and anything else that's dog smash you going out with a trump supporter tonight. I'm fired up for you. It's going to be great. yeah. I think it's good for the country. I think it's good for you too. I think it will actually make you more liberal. Yeah i think you're uniter yeah. The country needs it parker statue. You're doing it for all of us together. Let's bring this country together. Shit hell yeah right. Right nah willow a..

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"dr rice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm strong President Biden telling congressional Democrats to go big on a covert rescue plan in a series of phone calls and meetings with Democrats, the president is making it known that he prefers a sizable coronavirus rescue plan. He says he's not married to all the specifics of the nearly $2 trillion package, but he's committed to the $1400 direct payments to Americans. GOP lawmakers are balking at the price tag. But during an Oval Office photo op with Senate Democrats, Mr Biden says he thinks he'll win some republic. In support. Greg Clugston, the White House cetera. Lawmakers paid tribute to slain Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick as he lay in honor and the U. S capitol during the ceremony this morning. The officer being interred at Arlington National Cemetery. Also what town hold on come. Poll numbers are dropping for California's Democratic governor as a recall petition started by Republicans before the pandemic continues to circulate. A poll released yesterday by the Public Policy Institute of California, found just over half of the state's residents, 54% Approve of how Governor Gavin Newsom is handling the job, suggesting the recall effort still has an uphill climb. But that's down from 65% in May at the height of his approval among Democrats, he's dropped from 86% support in May. 2 71%, now about half of the independent support him and just 16% of Republicans approved. The poll did not ask about the recall. I'm Julie Walker, the director of the CDC says schools can safely re open even if teachers are not vaccinated for the curl of Iris. Some teachers unions are balking at resuming in person instruction before teachers are inoculated. Dr Rochelle Walensky says vaccination of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe re opening of schools. Teachers are priorities as essential workers. Maura Town hold iPhone Enough. The O'Reilly update message of the day many Americans believe vice president Kamila Harris. Is now the most powerful woman in America, but she's not That title goes to President Biden's top domestic adviser. Susan Rice. She was born November 17th 1964 in Washington that makes her 56 years old. Dr Rice graduated from National Cathedral High School in D. C was an undergraduate at Stanford University received a B A in history as I did Then she became a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. She got a master's degree in philosophy, then went on to get a PhD in international relations, which is why we call her doctor again from Oxford. So she's smart. In 2005. Dr Rice joined forces with then Senator Barack Obama. As an advisor. She became close friends with Mr and Mrs Obama. Then Obama became president and appointed Susan Rice, U. S ambassador to the U. N. She became very controversial when she misled the world over the Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, including The Libyan ambassador Chris Stevens. Remember that? This. Rice went out and said the attack was ignited by a video that was not true. It was ignited by a terrorist who planned it well in advance, But Susan Rice recovered from that and now President Biden has appointed her top domestic adviser for the entire country. In that job, she lays out Mr Biden's vision. And controls information flow to him. That is an extremely powerful job. Some believe the Obama is suggested that Susan Rice get that job. And I believe that as well. Why Because Joe Biden is heavily dependent. And the academic For what he does. I'm not saying the former president runs the country, but I am saying that most of President Biden's advisors worked for Barack Obama. And Susan Rice is one of his best friends and is on the phone with him all the time. So do the math. Connect the dots. Barack Obama has a lot to say behind the scenes about how this country is being run right now. Joe Biden, in my opinion, is a figure head. He's not writing those executive orders. There's no way he's doing that. He stepped in. He started to fire out these he owes it changed the complexion of America as far as policy is concerned in two days. You think Joe Biden at age 78 did that? He did not. Those executive orders and Joe Biden's policy in general. Are directed. To him. My former members of the Obama administration. That is the truth. Now the Biden people will never admit that Why would Susan Rice, who is an expert in foreign policy, be the top domestic adviser. You know why? I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve the message by writing it. San Francisco. I'm back Bill O'Reilly here And I love the Riley update for you at the end of this hour on 8 60 A m The answer. Okay..

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"dr rice" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is now the most powerful woman in America, but she's not That title goes to President Biden's top domestic adviser. Susan Rice. She was born November 17th 1964 in Washington that makes her 56 years old. Dr Rice graduated from National Cathedral High School in D. C was an undergraduate at Stanford University received a B A in history as I did Then she became a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. She got a master's degree in philosophy. Then went on to get a PhD and international relations, which is why we call her doctor again from Oxford. So she's smart. In 2005. Dr Rice joined forces with then Senator Barack Obama as an advisor. She became close friends with Mr and Mrs Obama. Then Obama became president and appointed Susan Rice, U. S ambassador to the U. N. She became very controversial when she misled the world over the Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, including The Libyan ambassador Chris Stevens. Remember that? This. Rice went out and said the attack was ignited by a video that was not true. It was ignited by a terrorist who planned it well in advance, But Susan Rice recovered from that and now President Biden has appointed her top domestic adviser for the entire country. In that job, she lays out Mr Biden's vision. And controls information flow to him. That is an extremely powerful job. Some believe the Obama is suggested that Susan Rice get that job. And I believe that as well. Why Because Joe Biden is heavily dependent. On Barack Obama. For what he does. I'm not saying the former president runs the country, but I am saying that most of President Biden's advisors worked for Barack Obama. And Susan Rice is one of his best friends and is on the phone with him all the time. So do the math. Connect the dots. Barack Obama has a lot to say behind the scenes about how this country is being run right now. Joe Biden, in my opinion, is a figure head. He's not writing those executive orders. There's no way he's doing that. He stepped in. He started to fire out these e owes. It changed the complexion of America as far as policy is concerned in two days. You think Joe Biden at age 78 did that? He did not. Those executive orders and Joe Biden's policy in general. Are directed. To him. My former members of the Obama administration. That is the truth. Now the Biden people will never admit that Why would Susan Rice, who is an expert in foreign policy, be the top domestic adviser. You know why? I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve the message by writing it disagree. I'd like to hear from you Bill it. Bill O'Reilly dot com In a moment, something you might not know. As you know,.

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"dr rice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Many Americans believe vice President Kamila Harris. Is now the most powerful woman in America. But she's not. That title goes to President Biden's top domestic adviser. Susan Rice. She was born November 17th 1964 in Washington that makes her 56 years old doctor. Rice graduated from National Cathedral High School in D. C. Was an undergraduate at Stanford University, received a B A in history as I did. Then she became a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. She got a master's degree in philosophy. Then went on to get a PhD and international relations, which is why we call her doctor again from Oxford. So she's smart. In 2005. Dr Rice joined forces with then Senator Barack Obama. As an advisor. She became close friends with Mr and Mrs Obama. Then Obama became president and appointed Susan Rice, U. S ambassador to the U. N. She became very controversial when she misled the world over the Benghazi attack that killed four Americans, including the Libyan ambassador, Chris Stevens. Remember that? This. Rice went out and said the attack was ignited by a video that was not true. It was ignited by terrorists who planned it well in advance. But Susan Rice recovered from that and now President Biden has appointed her top domestic adviser for the entire country. In that job, she lays out Mr Biden's vision. And controls information flow to him. That is an extremely powerful job. Some believe the Obama is suggested that Susan Rice get that job. And I believe that as well. Why Because Joe Biden is heavily dependent on Barack Obama. For what he does. I'm not saying the former president runs the country, but I am saying that most of President Biden's advisors worked for Barack Obama and Susan Rice is one of his best friends and is on the phone with him all the time. So do the math. Connect the dots. Barack Obama has a lot to say behind the scenes about how this country is being run right now. Joe Biden, in my opinion, is a figure head. He's not writing those executive orders. There's no way he's doing that. He stepped in. He started to fire out these e owes. It changed the complexion of America as far as policy is concerned in two days. You think Joe Biden at age 78 did that? He did not. Those executive orders and Joe Biden's policy in general. Are directed. To him. My former members of the Obama administration. That is the truth. Now the Biden people will never admit that Why would Susan Rice, who is an expert in foreign policy, be the top domestic adviser. You know why? I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve the message by writing it disagree. I'd like to hear from you Bill it. Bill O'Reilly dot com In a moment, something you might not know. As you know,.

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"dr rice" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on KGO 810

"On January 6. She came in. She had a slight fever and it got went up to 100.7 by afternoon, So we sent her home. Since then, she was, um She was able to come. The doctor said she was able to come back to work on January 19, and she still is coughing. He doesn't have a fever, but she's congested. She's still Contagious. Well, how long after her first symptoms did she come back to work? First symptoms supposedly were January 6, but I think he had symptoms. You know, date before, Um, but she came back to work on the 19th. That's only three weeks ago. Yes. Oh, that's Yeah, boy, That's that's pretty tight and in general, you certainly want to relate at least seven days after fevers on and symptoms stop, sometimes with the congestion that could just be inflammation being left over. It's not recommended that she goes and gets another test because you can still like a PCR test. You could still test positive. It doesn't mean you're making productive virus. It's just you can detect some of the genetic material that your immune system still cleaning up. Um, So you know, I'm not sure who cleared her to come back to work that seems Fast to me, especially if she still symptomatic. I think the key thing would be to find out. When was the last day she actually had a fever and to make sure that it was a minimum of seven days after that question, I am This is somebody actually sent a Zen via text when I was gonna bring myself up, But I got the shingles vaccine on the 12 and I had kind of a reaction not the same day. But the next day, potentially one of the 100 then I felt fine after day. They told me the way two weeks there's a chance I might be able to get vaccinated because of my asthma. On Thursday. I don't know yet, but was that too tight? They said. Two weeks is two weeks and a day, okay? Hey, you said if they're telling you, you have an opportunity of this vaccine. And you know, they're saying we have waited two weeks? Yes, it should be fine ship. I mean, but certainly, for example, when we give other vaccines that have been around for a while, like of, you know, I went to Africa a few years ago, so I had to get a whole host of that season. I got them all on the same day. I didn't feel so hot for banks got, like, four backsies or five axes in one day, You know, I felt like a pin cushion. So I think waiting two weeks If this is what your doctors they're saying, certainly seems quite reasonable Chip. And again if you have an opportunity to get that vaccine sooner than later, I sure attack will get a line along the same lines. I just got a text, saying, if you have a reaction to vaccines, does that mean your body's immune system is strong and that you have a better chance if you contract covet? Yeah, Another great question. Cat again from your listeners Chip. So the types of reactions for the most part that are being seen and we don't want to call these adverse reactions, But they're actually immune reactions. That is a good sign. You know if you're getting ah, mild fever and muscle aches join a sort of basically feels like a flu and some people they kind of feel really credit fatigue. This happens in about 5% of folks last about a day and then it's gone and you feel fine after that. That's actually really good. A kind of good news. That means your body is ramping up and mounting an immune response to the virus to the vaccine. I should say. Okay. Good. Um, I don't know what How much time you have here? Because I should break your you available toe stay through the break for a couple more calls. Absolutely chest facing anyone here before we bring her call. Let's go to John in San Francisco John you're on with. I think this is important. You're always Dr Dina Grace and go ahead and ask your question. Please hold Dr Rice. And, um, I was wondering about the, um Heard on this radio talk show the Coast Coast that kwon on and zinc and iron cog. I figured the maybe beef. Odd Mrs C. Five minutes are all that's necessary, Really buff up your muse from you fight off all these no matter what kind of a back up Virus plague is out there. It's essentially John wants to know that Do you need a vaccination? If you boost your immune system was sinking quinine. So quinine is related to sort of an early version of Certainly want to make sure you have your vitamins just to your music and vitamin D in particular is really important for your body's immune system. Your B vitamins Vitamin C, but it's not going to prevent you from getting the corner virus. None of this will whatsoever if it means that this every time you've been saying this for a long time, I wanted to get that collar in there just to emphasize again what you've been saying since day one Is, you know, again, Mask, distancing hygiene vaccine Got break Dr Gina Grace and the phone number 80 88 10. It's a good opportunity to get in with questions. There's a lot going on right now. We got a short break and then more your phone calls again. 80 88 10. I'm chip puts out to denigration. Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that..

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"dr rice" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can you believe one week from today is Christmas Day? Where does the time go? I mean, it just flies. Unbelievable times. We're living in 809 41. Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, you know, now we have a second. Vaccine. One that the mob and the media the ones the big tech told us the one that Joe Biden said. There's not gonna be a miracle. Well, it's kind of miraculous. That is now done and now being distributed and now given approval and now being put in the arms of health care workers and providers on the front lines of this pandemic. Which is amazing, and it's going to be getting in a nursing homes and then in the general population. Does anyone in the media ever stopped to think what an incredible accomplishment pushed driven by a guy? That's a businessman named Donald Trump? We could barely ever see a nice words about him. It's a matter of fact, you're loving Democrats. Open kind loving, You know, the one that thinks we're all mother efforts. I'm sorry. That's Joe Biden's chief of staff. Um like James Clyburn. They're actually urging Biden to establish a independent commission that would assign blame. People that died from the pandemic. And they want to put the blame. Where do you think on Donald Trump? That's how sick It has gotten when you think it can't even get sicker. It does. Congresswoman Omar complaining that about the dangerous criminal neglect of Trump and his administration. Did anyone ever tell them? That he's the one that built the hospital's got. The PPE got the mascot, the gloves got the ventilators built. The hospital sent the Navy ships and ships, etcetera. No, I guess not. Could never give him credit. You know, I don't know how I missed this. Um American thinker. You You probably don't know this member. I told you there were the two most widely Quoted studies on We're both pulled. One was from Lancet and I forget where the other one was. I think it was the Journal of Medicine. I'm not sure but I know one was Lancet. They were pulled because they weren't properly reviewed and wouldn't live up to a real peer review. Pretty amazing that we talked to you about Dr Daniel Wallace. The foremost expert and And again, it was Dr Oz saying. Well, of course, we wish we had the studies that could prove this. This this and this, But if the risk is nil, what have you got to lose? You go to war with the army? You have not the one you wish you had. And we have people like Dr Harvey, right, Sean, this program and Dr Josh number on this program and Dr Oz on this program and our medical a team on this program and people from Baylor and people from U C L A and all over the country, put them all on They were all telling, you know, it actually taken early Now there's numerous studies starting with the Henry Ford study. That showed yeah, you taken earlier, actually very helpful. The A. M may when none of us were looking American Medical Association now they had vehemently opposed. The mob and the media because Donald Trump mentioned it. They just were clubbing him every day over it. Now they've reversed course. And I bet most of you didn't hear about this. The foremost group of medical experts now apparently agree with Donald Trump. That And by the way, Dr Rice has said, Now he's the Yale University professor of epidemiology. Actually had a nice webinar with him and Louie Gohmert and Rand Paul, etcetera. I think we could put it back up if we on Hannity dot com. He said that if the medical establishment Had endorsed the use of a dropsy clerk. When early on, instead of flooding the public with bogus information to discredit this life saving medicine. Ah, whopping. 175,000 American lives could have been saved. Gee, thanks a lot. American medical associations and all you all of you other people that play politics with a pandemic and still are playing politics with a pandemic. I am a adamantly against Reversed their opposition. The end of October, very quietly issued a new statement conveniently overlooked by the mob, given the green light to doctors to prescribe it to their covert patients. Resolved that R A. M a rescinds its statement calling for physicians to stop prescribing. Early in disease the disease course The updated position is we clarify our support for positions ability to prescribe the FDA approved medication for off loose use label. If it is in her or his best clinical judgment, with specific reference to the use of Aforementioned Harvey Rush. The guy from Yale who we've had on this show the number of Americans had died. He's saying 175,000 people might have saved their lives. Anyone gonna have an investigation? James Clyburn is now gonna have Ah, independent commission looking into that. I mean, it's really insane out there on every level on every topic that Louis Farrakhan apparently good friends with Warnock eyes, actually losing it. And now you know, White devils and my God teaches me the white man is the skunk of the planet Earth and obviously very on the anti Semetic. He's now claiming and urging his disciples to abstain from taking the Corona virus vaccine because it contains quote toxic waste. And was designed by White Devils and crackers to hurt black people. Our long speech.

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"dr rice" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on WTVN

"Can you believe one week from today is Christmas Day? Where does the time go? I mean, it just flies. Unbelievable times. We're living in 809 41. Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, you know, now we have a second. Vaccine. One that the mom and the media the ones the big tech told us the one that Joe Biden said. There's not gonna be a miracle, though. It's kind of miraculous. That is now done and now being distributed and now given approval and now being put in the arms of health care workers and providers on the front lines of this pandemic. Which is amazing, and it's going to be getting in a nursing homes and then in the general population. Uh, does anyone in the media ever stopped to think what an incredible accomplishment pushed driven by a guy? That's a businessman named Donald Trump? We could barely ever see a nice words about him. It's a matter of fact, you're loving Democrats. Open kind loving, You know, the one that thinks we're all mother efforts. I'm sorry. That's Joe Biden's chief of staff. Like James Clyburn. They're actually urging Biden to establish a independent commission that would assign blame. For people that died from the pandemic. And they want to put the blame. Where do you think on Donald Trump? That's how sick It has gotten when you think it can't even get sicker. It does. Congresswoman Omar complaining that about the dangerous criminal neglect of Trump and his administration. Did anyone ever tell them? That he's the one that built the hospital's got. The PPE got the mascot, the gloves got the ventilators built. The hospital sent the Navy ships and ships, etcetera. No, I guess not. Never given credit. You know, I don't know how I missed this. Um American thinker. You probably don't know this member. I told you there were the two most widely Quoted studies on We're both pulled. One was from Lancet and I forget where the other one was. I think it was the Journal of Medicine. I'm not sure but I know one was Lancet. They were pulled because they weren't properly reviewed and wouldn't live up to a real peer review. Pretty amazing that we talked to you about Dr Daniel Wallace. The foremost expert in And again, it was Dr Oz saying. Well, of course, we wish we had the studies that could prove this. This this and this, But if the risk is nil, what have you got to lose? You go to war with the army? You have not the one you wish you had. And we have people like Dr Harvey Rush on this program and Dr Josh number on this program and Dr Oz on this program and our medical a team on this program and people from Baylor and people from U C L A and all over the country, put them all on They were all telling, you know, it actually taken early Now there's numerous studies starting with the Henry Ford study. That showed yeah, you taken earlier, actually very helpful. The A. M may when none of us were looking American Medical Association now they had vehemently opposed. Mob and the media because Donald Trump mentioned it. They just were clubbing him every day over it. Now they've reversed course. And I bet most of you didn't hear about this. The foremost group of medical experts now apparently agree with Donald Trump. That And by the way, Dr Rice has said, Now he's the Yale University professor of epidemiology. Actually had a nice webinar with him and Louie Gohmert and Rand Paul etcetera, and I think we could put it back up if we on Hannity dot com, he said that if the medical establishment Had endorsed the use of Gee, thanks a lot. American medical associations and all you all of you other people that play politics with a pandemic and still are playing politics with a pandemic. I am a adamantly against Reversed their opposition. The end of October, very quietly issued a new statement conveniently overlooked by the mob, given the green light to doctors to prescribe it to their covert patients. Resolved that R A. M a rescinds its statement calling for physicians to stop prescribing. Early in disease the disease course The updated position is we clarify our support for positions ability to prescribe the FDA approved medication for off loose use label. If it is in her or his best clinical judgment, with specific reference to the use of Aforementioned Harvey Rush. The guy from Yale who we've had on this show the number of Americans had died. He's saying 175,000 people might have saved their lives. Anyone gonna have an investigation? James Clyburn is now gonna have AH, independent commission looking into that. I mean, it's really insane out there on every level on every topic that Louis Farrakhan Currently good friends with Warnock eyes actually losing it. And now you know, White devils and my God teaches me the white man is the skunk of the planet Earth and obviously very on the anti Semetic. He's now claiming and urging his disciples to abstain from taking the Corona virus vaccine because it contains quote toxic waste. And was designed by White Devils and crackers to hurt black people. Our long speech that virtual speech to the National African and Black leadership summit this week, he goes on to say the vaccine is part of a death plan. Began with whites, making blacks more vulnerable to Corona virus. We have to survive because the death plan is in motion. What is the death plan was so frightened over this, Covad Well, now they're getting us ready for the vaccine. He said. Brothers and sisters do you believe that Satan is concerned about vaccinating you? You trust him. After all that he's done to destroy us. You trust him? And your trust this sickening because you love your enemy and you hate yourself..

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"dr rice" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr rice" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Can you believe one week from today is Christmas Day? Where does the time go? I mean, it just flies. Unbelievable times. We're living in 809 41. Sean, If you want to be a part of this extravaganza, you know, now we have a second. Vaccine. One that the mom and the media the ones the big tech told us the one that Joe Biden said. There's not gonna be a miracle. Well, it's kind of miraculous. That is now done and now being distributed and now given approval and now being put in the arms of health care workers and providers on the front lines of this pandemic. Which is amazing, and it's going to be getting in a nursing homes and then in the general population. Ah, is anyone in the media ever stopped to think what an incredible accomplishment pushed driven by a guy? That's a businessman named Donald Trump? We could barely ever see a nice words about him. As a matter of fact, you're loving Democrats. Open kind loving, You know, the one that thinks we're all mother efforts. I'm sorry. That's Joe Biden's chief of staff. Um like James Clyburn. They're actually urging Biden to establish a independent commission that would assign blame. For people that died from the pandemic. And they want to put the blame. Where do you think on Donald Trump? That's how sick It has gotten when you think it can't even get sicker. It does. Congresswoman Omar complaining that about the dangerous criminal neglect of Trump and his administration. Did anyone ever tell them? That he's the one that built the hospital's got. The PPE got the mascot, the gloves got the ventilators built. The hospital sent the Navy ships and ships, etcetera. No, I guess not. Would never give you credit. You know, I don't know how I missed this. Um American thinker. You probably don't know this member. I told you there were the two most widely quoted studies on We're both pulled. One was from Lancet and I forget where the other one was. I think it was the Journal of Medicine. I'm not sure but I know one was Lancet. They were pulled because they weren't properly reviewed and wouldn't live up to a real peer review. Pretty amazing, and we talked to you about Dr Daniel Wallace. The foremost expert and And again, it was Dr Oz saying. Well, of course, we wish we had the studies that could prove this. This this and this, But if the risk is nil, what have you got to lose? You go to war with the army? You have not the one you wish you had. And we have people like Dr Harvey Rush on this program and Dr Josh number on this program and Dr Oz on this program in our medical, a team on this program and people from Baylor and people from U C L A and all over the country, put them all on They were all telling, you know, it actually taken early Now there's numerous studies starting with Henry Ford study that showed yeah, you taken earlier, actually very helpful. The A. M may when none of us were looking American Medical Association now they had vehemently opposed. The mob and the media because Donald Trump mentioned it. They just were clubbing him every day over it. Now they've reversed course. And I bet most of you didn't hear about this. The foremost group of medical experts now apparently agree with Donald Trump. That And by the way, Dr Rice has said, Now he's the Yale University professor of epidemiology. Actually had a nice webinar with him and Louie Gohmert and Rand Paul, etcetera. I think we could put it back up. If we don't Hannity dot com. He said that if the medical establishment Had endorsed the use of a dropsy clerk. When early on, instead of flooding the public with bogus information to discredit this life saving medicine. Ah, whopping. 175,000 American lives could have been saved. Gee, thanks a lot. American medical associations and all you all of you other people that play politics with a pandemic and still are playing politics with a pandemic. I am a adamantly against Reversed their opposition. The end of October, very quietly issued a new statement conveniently overlooked by the mob, given the green light to doctors to prescribe it to their covert patients. Resolved that R A. M a rescinds its statement calling for physicians to stop prescribing. Early in disease the disease course The updated position is we clarify our support for positions ability to prescribe the FDA approved medication for off loose use label. If it is in her or his best clinical judgment, with specific reference to the use of Aforementioned Harvey Rush. The guy from Yale who we've had on this show the number of Americans had died. He's saying 175,000 people might have saved their lives. Anyone gonna have an investigation? James Clyburn is now gonna have AH, independent commission looking into that. I mean, it's really insane out there on every level on every topic that Louis Farrakhan Currently good friends with Warnock eyes actually losing it. And now you know, White devils and my God teaches me the white man is the skunk of the planet Earth and obviously very lonely anti Semetic. He's now claiming and urging his disciples to abstain from taking the Corona virus vaccine because it contains quote toxic waste. And was designed by White Devils and crackers to hurt black people. Our long speech that virtual speech to the National African and Black leadership summit this week, he goes on to say the vaccine is part of a death plan. That began with whites, making blacks more vulnerable to Corona virus. We have to survive because the death plan is in motion. What is the death plan was so frightened over this cove ID. Well, now they're getting us ready for the vaccine. And he said brothers and sisters, do you believe that Satan is concerned about vaccinating you? You trust him. After all that he's done to destroy us. You trust him? And your trust this sickening because you love your enemy and you hate yourself. You could allow him to stick a needle into you and say he's helping you okay? Trump says the Madonna covert 19 vaccine distribution will start immediately. Well done. Medical researchers Mike Pence. Got it done on video. Uh, I felt sorry for the partners that had nothing to do with the vaccine. But she passes out. I think at the sight of blood or whatever, and you know, a lot of people have that condition is very common. So I get in order to get a column written by New Gingrich today. And I'm in the middle of doing usual Normal show prep..

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Cleveland Browns, Condoleeza Rice And John Dorsey discussed on Kim Komando

Kim Komando

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Cleveland Browns, Condoleeza Rice And John Dorsey discussed on Kim Komando

"News, America's top diplomat on the gridiron Cleveland Browns GM John Dorsey, saying the team has not discussed former secretary of state consulates Condoleeza Rice as a candidate for head coach ESPN citing anonymous NFL source reported the team would like to interview Dr rice for the job. She's been a Browns fan

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