18 Burst results for "Dr Ritchie"
"dr ritchie" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Art. Do we want a job. Okay child win. This is gonna air brother probably next week right. joe do. We're going to give you the full file to do whatever you want to do with it that you are. Do we want to jump into the crt crt and okay with you. I'm good with it. Yeah do you want to talk about the vitamin date. Which one where. Yeah you sound. Like full of them. the privacy. Let's segue naturally. Because i i. I'm an air this the whole thing on my podcast right and we'll keep going so we're good five thirty right okay. Okay tell me one thing. Okay okay ready. So welcome back charlie. Kirk show podcast dr ritchie. You said i made a what kind of argument compared. I think i said it was a dumb ass or silly elaborate because i kind of almost all right so i don't remember because you've made so many great points to thank you. Well what i said was this. And it was provocative intentionally but attention. But it's true right. Which is that this idea. That just because sixty percent of americans want something. Make it right. And i said they used to use that to justify segregation yep So my argument is not simply a majority argument. Monument is an argument based on data safety commonsense and also a majority argument. So no way. Should we compare good-faith parents who are trying to generally protect children to some type of misguided evil and perverted sentiment of white individuals in the six. And i think that. I think there is obviously a difference between the two. The point is though is that majorities can be wrong and they can be dreadfully wrong. That's the point i was trying to make. So let's talk about. The biden mandate king the biden man. I said which one is go ahead. You know it's interesting so it's not a mandate let's talk about private sector because that what that's what's in the headlines right The joe biden mandate and i'm using air quotes intentionally is not mandate at all and shame. Democrats dammit for not knowing how to tail people what this was. This is a covert nineteen vaccine protocol but not a mandate so literally in the executive action. It says that if you have a private company which has one hundred employees or more then. There's a certain protocol. This company must adhere to and their protocol. Says either you have the vaccine or you take a test once a week. And that's it. That's not a mandate for vaccine. That's quite the opposite. That's literally telling you there is absolutely no mandate for you to get the vaccine but there is a protocol to make sure others are safe now. A lot of people. Are you know. They're the raging about this. That would be me okay. You're wanting a you are in the minority for that by the way But you're allowed minority. Thank you and let's talk about where this comes from. Osha is the regulatory agency. That president biden says will enforce this executive action now first of all man osha still trying to figure out how to get tires from the back of certain industries. Okay all right. Osha does not have the manpower to implement and enforce these covert protocols throughout the entire country. They're going to write it and they're probably going to spot check if there's a surge and covert outbreaks in a particular company but they are not able to actually implement the law all over the united states. But let's be clear about osha once again. I'm back to the constitution. Osha was created statutorily in nineteen seventy because of the commerce clause of the us constitution where congress has the ability to create regulatory agencies and the commerce clause says that the federal government can regulate through administrative rule policy and law anything that impacts interstate commerce. That is your law derived from the constitution. The framers of the constitution was smart enough to realize you do need a federal government with the authority to do this and listen. This is not an ongoing mandate from osha. This is not an ongoing protocol. This is simply a one hundred day e to yes. That's an emergency temporary standard that. Ats expires after one hundred days and after that one hundred days the agency. We'll have to go through all the bureaucratic process including public opinion which is required by federal law in order to make it a permanent rule. All of this happening is within the context and confines of not only the us constitution statutory law and also settled case law that has been well established nineteen ninety dovers still workers And before i forget this part i wanna make it very clear ocean by statute can do two things in an ats. One one employees may be exposed to substances or agents that may be harmful into such a standard as necessary to protect employees. You all had no issue with osha. You are had no issue with regulatory powers of the us congress. You had no issue with The commerce clause of the constitution until he came to cove it. Well i would say. I would probably had a lot of issues with the fourth branch of government for quite some time. What i will agree with you. Dr is that yes osas so inefficient inefficient so bureaucratic so slow and not exactly the most agile government agency that you're probably right. It's gonna take them so long they're not gonna come marching into places but the reason there's the outrage from people like me and employers because we have one hundred plus employees here at turning point. Usa vowed to fight this federal court is going to comply i though we're not going to comply no way. Oh he'll know what. Let me tell you what now. First of all joe biden has no business telling us how to run our business here now. That's a moral argument. Legally you what the courts my side with that. And that's that's going to be a common refrain here. Because i think the courts can be wrong. A lot got right. The courts were wrong with separate but equal. They were wrong about many other things right. They were wrong about four sterilization of women in the nineteen twenties with the same sort of nineteen o. Five decision of the jackson decision. That set the precedent for that in essence. Here's the big issue that we on. I've made the choice not to get vaccinated leave. Our employees have made the same decision. Some of our employees have made the chance choice to get vaccinated. Come all of a sudden we have now accompany where employees are enjoying the added benefit of having medical freedom. Now you might say. Just get a test go do that. I find that to be a grotesque invasion of how we do our own protocols here in our office. Who are you to say. I should have a test for that. What about people have already had the virus and basically the argument the outrage if you will is less about the technicalities osha or the irs. Whatever it's no no. No this sets the precedent for massive government intervention. Yeah for all the sudden. The federal government usurping employer employees rights. That's really where the backlashes route. I understand it and let me be clear. About my point of view of the biden administration would need to find a way to make people that have already contracted kobe and have the antibodies can benefit from some of the same policies. And that's a reasonable okay ground They haven't done that yet. Natural immunity hasn't been talked about at all recently right and so i think they need to make exceptions or caveats for that. Now let's go to your proclamation about the workplace..
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Here we go charlie. What you've done is incredible. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. Or won't you know. We are lucky to have charlie. Charlie running the white house. I wanna thank joe. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning for usa. He will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade. Good thank. thank you dr ritchie. Here's what i respond. First of all we have to ask ourselves. The question is the chinese corona virus. The chief virus a serious threat to children. That's the first question. And so dr maccari wrote a story wrote a piece. I should say for the wall street journal where he studied. Tens of thousands of over forty thousand children with the virus was not able to find one child that died from the virus that did not have underlying health conditions and didn't have Some sort of immuno-compromised condition. And so you look even more broadly than that. This is from the new york times. I just wanna read this. Which has annual deaths among children in the united states. now this is per one hundred thousand people so children five fourteen years old. Have a two point one per one hundred thousand chance of dying from cancer. A one point nine per one hundred thousand chance of dying from vehicle accidents one point five per one hundred thousand die from suicide. We'll get back to that in the second point. Seven from homicide point six from cardiovascular disease point five from drowning point three from flu and point to from cova no that's not percentage that's per one hundred thousand so the question is if children are at greater risk of writing a clark school than while the sudden we now mandate the mass for children's. I think we're talking about two different things. And i think we'll have a fun time. Going back and forth at the unscripted part of this is do. Schools have the ability in the authority. And is it a good idea. I'm gonna start with whether it's a good idea that we can get into the other one. It's an awful idea. it's bad for interaction. it's bad for childhood development. We already see the increase in mental health issues that i will go through some numbers associated with that but everyone is kind of experienced that in their own way and saying to a child who is not at considerable risk of dying from a certain virus. That you must change the way you interact. I think it's child abuse and the floor is yours. Doctors are so let's talk about the numbers yes okay The delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite limra spot art so here's what we know about the delta variant based on cdc directives are the delta variant is more adversely affecting young people than it has previous with the original design To suggest otherwise. It's silly and here's what you can go to places like alabama alabama for the first time they have run out of icu. Beds the alabama leadership government beyond. They have blamed this on. Children brought to hospitals. They did not go before with the original cove it virus. They're now being hospitalized like never before and they're running out of beds and at some point this week or next week they may run out of osso. You bet that's because of the hospitalization not only adults but also of children at last count. They had over. Four hundred children hospitalized mclovin. They had a fraction of that. During the first on onset of the vars almost perfect. Timing gotta give you credit for that. It's almost like you do radio or something. So i'll respond to this in a couple of different ways and there's a lot more unpacked. Once we kind of go back and forth. I we have to ask ourselves. The question are people being hospitalized because of covert or with covert now. This is something. I've been saying for quite some time. But the atlantic which is a publication. I think we can both agrees. Not exactly on the right. Came out with this at the end of their articles actually just published recently where they asked the question and this is the same doctor. Dr sharon doran who's an deniau adjusts at tufts medical center from boston. Very reputable right so she disagrees with the cdc she says delta ovarian is not a significant risk for children right. And we're gonna talk about what can what can you do when you disagree when you've competing studies. I think that would be an interesting discussion. Where she said. Quote as we shift from cases hospitalizations as a metric drive policy necess- risk we should redefine the definition of hospitalization. Those patients who are there with rather than from kovin don't belong.
A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools
"Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Young Turks
"That's come in after. The mail in ballots has come in for nina turner. So she's closed. The lead closed the lead closely by the way there is. Let's no something strange here. I don't want to go down wrong. Directions and we will look at the numbers that we possibly can. And we'll see what happened here and But there is a curious thing of the mail. In ballots going twenty points for chantal and the day. Oh voting going. Almost completely for nina turner. That disparity doesn't normally happen. That's why i told you in the very beginning. Oh if all the mail imbalance went twenty points for shantelle that is usually representative of of district so they might be a really bad night. Now it's down to a five point lead. Why isn't it representative district. I have no answers to that. Okay i'm not telling you i have an answer. I'm just saying that is not normally what happens. Okay so we'll look it. It's just a on the night of there's a million theories there's a million thoughts and then you look at it the next day and go. Oh no icy see why it might be that. The mail. In ballots were older voters. They were easier to voting for corporate democrats. You know there's a thousand reasons why it might be that way. Okay so again. This race is not over yet. No i'm not taking a break was just keep going to seven thirty okay. So so now. And by the way thank you to everybody participating tonight jackhammer two thousand two. Alex place just became young turks members by hitting joined below. And thank you guys. You make the show possible. And why do. I say. I don't need any time. Cnn or the corporate democrats at all. Because i have you guys without you guys were nothing with you guys. I guarantee you that we will be invincible and indisputable okay by the way speaking james provolone road in the members section. I wish there was a pocket. Dr ritchie that i could pull out of my pocket to speak for me at every political debate. I encounter well. That would be nice. God's way with the shopper. yeah. I know bobblehead. You're like oh yeah but it actually it accesses rashad and then could you imagine but by the light idea. Rishaad is like a political version of what now sam is developed to into online. Where like everybody's scared of him right to debate them and and by the way if you watch this mutable people are afraid to be rashad. Struggle is real brother Book and people for debate segment Great team ed team works really hard to get people on the bay segment every day. You should reach out to Charlie kirk i heard. He had a wonderful debate. Today against bosh you should reach the steven crowder is see how fast from you By the way stems from and democrats. You're welcome here. You're welcome on indisputable If you guys are so right we don't. We never cut your mics. We give you every opportunity to talk. We talk oftentimes for very long segments. You will have every opportunity air out your point of view But you'd better come correct. And that's why they usually don't come off because they don't have any real points. Okay now let me going to tell supporters. so now there's a difference until voters chantal supporters. Okay so I would venture to guess based on what i know about politics. Shawntel brown's voters generally meant well And and they were influenced by different things. Right we're all influenced by different things But in their case it might have been. Oh they saw that. May it sounds like marcia. Fudge is on szanto brown's side. Well we really like and respect the marcia fudge and so we're going to go in that direction or my god clyburn clyburn Okay whatever clyburn says that. That's more likely to be something. I agree with right now. The reason why you don't know that marcia fudge clyburn. And and hillary clinton and all those folks are not on your side is because the press never told you may show me one negative article about jim clyburn in mainstream media one in the last forty years. You'll never find her k. Glowing all cook. Say hey let me what about on the corporate contributions that jim clyburn has but an older lobbyists that support. Jim clyburn. no sh. If you tell people then they might lose faith in him and we've got to make sure that people still have faith and clyburn so we could have him trick people into voting for our cutout cardboards. Okay candidates like smith and brown. Okay so and by the way i again near times washington post dan what you write cry crocodile tears young terms progressives said meetings about clyburn. Yeah go ahead write it. I am seeing things about climate. These crap i think is funded by corporate lobbyists all of the other democratic leadership. I think he's corrupt like they are. Yeah i said it. I said the word okay and and i think you're all corrupt and i think you all work for corporate democrats wittingly or unwittingly okay so now but the voters themselves they don't have any bad intent at all. They're just seeing what they're seeing the papers what they're seeing on. Tv what they're seeing an so if every reported they've ever seen every report they've ever seen told them that hillary clinton and jim clyburn is on their side. What hell would. They think that they're not on their side right. Yeah that's what they would think. In marcia fudge et cetera. Reporters ever tell you about any of their lobbyist friends. Did they ever tell you about any of their corporate donors. Did they ever tell you that. Maybe they're more loyal to the people that gave her millions of dollars. As opposed to you the voter now. They never told you that. It's not your fault as a voter. It's the media's fault for lying to you both explicitly but also more importantly implicitly guys. we're not the lunatic right wing. Were not the left. The this is a rational discussion about how politics actually works. So there is no memo that anybody writes at npr or new york times or cnn. Says you must support the corporate candidates. This was the corporate candidates you must attack progresses. No group thing. So what is the one thing. Editors never discuss corporate money. Why they never discussed it. They say oh it's because it's normal is it is. Corruption normal.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Young Turks
"About. Separating us is about uniting us. It's about class and caste she said it's absolutely right so whether you're black white latino or anything else. They're trying to divide us. They're trying to divide us. We've got to unite on economic issues where we agree. It is if you're looking for a cause your troubles and who rigged the system against you do not look down. Look up that is what nina turner saying bernie. Sanders is saying. That is what the just democrats are saying. And they are right and anita emphasized throughout We want an america. That is as good as promise. So is america great now. Know is every legislator in congress. Great now no but can we get them to be as great as their promise. Well that's our job. We're supposed to push them in the right way in the strategic way to get there and we have an on a lot of issues they have an overall. We've got a lot of work to do especially with an emigrant party to have them live up to their promise and to be as good as their promise and long way to go on that. If you noticed by the keep a real pretty guys nina and and the other speakers with exception of cornell west they were you know four or five ten times more fiery than the average speaker but there were about twenty percent less fire than they normally i say the exceptional cornell whiskas is nothing but fire or But were they less fiery because if they say anything slightly wrong all the mainstream media will do is focused on. Oh my god. They're not a good enough democrat. Remember everybody they. They're not going to be beholden to democratic leadership and they will paint that in their articles as if nina turner is right-winger bernie. Sanders is right wing. Which is insanity insanity. They are the definition of the left wing there the definition of the progressive movement but the media lies to you on a regular basis and and and to that point the one thing that everybody after size throughout these beaches was love. We do this outta love. And and that is low for the voters low for the issues love for things that are going to make your lives better if you got more wages if you've got childcare you can actually give more to your family. You can take care of your family. That's love you got healthcare. You're gonna live that's love and goes on and on. Is anybody in the media going to focus on the theme of today's rally which was love. I would be shocked. They almost never do. And but i will give credit where credit is due on that. Cleveland plain dealer endorsing a turner. And that makes a giant difference so give credit so the local paper for doing the right thing which is nearly unprecedented by by the credit to state representative. Stay senators council people and the mayor of cleveland cleveland who all endorsed the turner. Those are local representative. Say for our community. Nina turner's right. I don't care what the democratic majority for israel says or exxon mobil says. Hillary clinton says no nina turner is right for cleveland and akron in the district. And they're absolutely right about that so it was my pleasure covering this rally. I don't i literally cannot think of any congressional race in my lifetime. That is more important than this. And the voting Has already begun and we'll go through august third obvious on the night of august third. The young turks will cover the election. And tell you who won and who didn't need a turner will be on the show And to talk about it okay. So help or participate in any way that you're comfortable with but do whatever you can to give us a little bit of hope. That love can win. That justice can win that progressives can win and can bring you that justice. I don't know anyone. I've had more ho for the nina turner so That is the reality and our job is report the reality and that's what i'm reporting to you now. Okay now we we gotta go. But i gotta i told you guys that i would read your comments because you are part of this show without members. We can't do this show. We couldn't do any it and so any positive thing you see on the show thank member they made it possible miss pinkie stains cesky just joined by hitting join blowing you do we. Thank you for that I'm gonna go to our members i always. Typ dot com slash joyner dot com size change to be because to be one of those members hapless harry says the with israeli could have had more firepower would have dr ritchie on the stage as well as bookending dr west yes rashad. Our newest host is amazing. Makes you check out indisputable. He brings a file like fire like Cornell west end today make you see the silver dragon. Said shantelle lied about. Who endorsed her. There is no question about who's endorsing nino. Today's fantastic lineup. it's true. Her opponent brown on several occasions lied about local Politicians endorsing her. They came out and said i don't know what the hell she was saying. I never endorse her. How dare she put my name on there. You know as some that had been neutral before said. Oh yeah now. I endorse nina turner. Thank you for letting me know who's telling the truth and who is it Tina and i love that jank t. Tnt dina turner. She but she's about the blow that corrupt af congress up and then And then i wanna go to a youtube super chat brennan golden says. Thank you jane for the saturday covers. Let's get need a pass. Finish line and kick madame applause soundbites out. Ll hash it id hashtag. Hello somebody and has branded a rally with about seven people in it and she had fake applause that she put through the loudspeakers so it seemed like there was more people at the rally. She took jeb bush's. Please clap to a whole different level. She didn't wait for anybody to clap. Cheer wait for anybody to show about a rally and said she did fake applause by the way. Did it look like nina needed. Fake applause today. And unless you need vache applause right. She had plenty of great applause. That's called real people power Wendy assez thank you for being the real deal. Jag i see you solidarity. Thank you wendy. I see you to in. And i appreciate you sue far road in gotovina. Hello somebody feel the burn. Typ army too strong. I love you all. We're on the other. We fight for each other. Dan right we fight for each other. We went together. And we pass those bills together and change your life together and when people ask me jane what are you in it for in. This'll be off the air in conversations with politicians and other people right. i always say. I other prize either. Pass the bills or you. Don't everything else is nonsense. Okay if you didn't pass the bills you didn't change anybody's life but your own so somebody becomes a congress person and they have a nice big ego. Who cares if you didn't pass the bills. It was all about you. It wasn't about the voters. And you didn't help anyone if you were in the media or your host and you got more viewers or you got more revenue or you got more this or more that or more glory. But we didn't pass the bills. Who cares then you wasted your time and everybody else's time on your own glory in your own ego eyes on the prize. Pass the damn bills and so if we do that whatever we do we should do with that in mind the critique and you endorse and you help based on the situation based on the facts with your goal of passing the bills so we help you guys voters so more from twitch now shares me Ub three rj. I n all join in. So did i love this one..
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Young Turks
"What he had to say on may twentieth through my oldest that you were prepared to testify about your conversation with president trump on january six. You still stand by. Are you still prepared to testify out there. The question is you make a phone call after people in the capital to advise the president. What's going on doesn't get to the answer of why would we. Ill prepared That's really playing politics and it truly shows. That's the issue that they want to go to where they want to drive. We want to get all the no no they don't want to get all the answers They have obstructed any effort in doing any type of decent investigation into this They refused to hold donald trump accountable for his own provocations and his own incitements prior to the capital rights taking place and he says that his phone call is out there. No there are allegations about what was said during that phone call but the phone call is not out there and i would love to hear him testify under oath about what really transpired during that call and it's also important to keep in mind that mccarthy himself has certainly changed his tone in regard to donald trump's actions From how he felt immediately after the riots to how he feels about it today. So let's just do a quick rewrite. Here's house minority leader kevin mccarthy talking about donald trump and what transpired that day You know pretty soon after the Capital writes the president bears responsibility for wednesday's attack on congress by mob rioters. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action but president trump except to share responsibility quail the brewing unrest and ensure president-elect biden is able to successfully begin his term president. Immediate action also deserves congressional action. Which is why i think. Fact-finding commission and essentially resolution would be prudent. Unfortunately that is not where we are. Today dr ritchie..
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Check something that we covered earlier among others during the pandemic driven recession. So i wanna just go to this graph. That shows you the states that do this. The most California happens to be one of them. Unfortunately michigan tends to garnish The tax returns of their Residents at a much higher rate But california georgia illinois michigan north carolina ohio and pennsylvania are certainly on that list illinois in california received so much backlash for this practice that they have decided to suspend garnishing tax returns until the end of the year. But i wanted to get your thoughts on this dr ritchie because it just seems as though as we're experiencing this unequal uneven economic recovery where the richest continue to get rich and the poorest continue to get poor i mean local. Governments have decided. No we're gonna keep doing these insane. Toxic practices that further victimize people who are struggling showed you that being marginalized is expensive and they are garnishing. These individuals who are waiting for a stimulus check. You got to think about how evil that is. We're in the middle of pandemic stimulus check. Had a function had a purpose. You mean to tell me you're going to garnish this money. Because you don't have the political fortitude to collect taxes from the ridge influencers in your state and let's be very clear. The reason why california and other states decided to doing about faces some of the state comptroller's have decided to make a preemptive rule and not collect during this time because it is a political issue. And if you have the political will you can do the right thing. This is not an issue that will determine the the ability of the state to pay. Its bills you see. They're not in a scenario where they can't pay bills in the state. That's doing this so this is not a financial issue. This is not based on the economy. This is all based on the political leaders who are in power who are in charge and they are willing to dump on the poor to ignore the wealthy to make this political decision so big ups to others. Who have decided not to do this. And i'm thankful for states that decided to stop doing it. But it shows you. The nature of it was never economic. It was all political in california. Specifically you know nineteen seventy eight. There was a ballot initiative that unfortunately passed prop Prop thirteen and what it did was limit The property taxes to about one percent of the cash value of the home. And so what that did was it. Just de funded The education system l. usd in particular in california and we started to see this emergence or this increase in various fines and fees. When you look at some of the regressive taxes that are implemented in various states. I mean in california. You also have A sales tax right and sales taxes. happened to be the same percentage regardless of what your income is all of these regressive taxes end hurting low income earners the most and to add insult to injury if they happen to get into any type of issue whether it be You know some sort of fine right for a violation of parking violation traffic violation. Whatever it is there should be another option right for people who might not have the means to pay for that kind of violation Whether it's community service or something like that to give them an option to do what's right To to make their mistake right. I guess for lack of a better word but to force them to pay. I mean california. You get a speeding ticket. For instance you're talking about five hundred dollars minimum out of pocket to deal with that speeding ticket and that doesn't even include The trouble you're going to have to go through with car insurance which is also going to go up with the premium as a result of that traffic violation but there was a significant increase in those types of fines and violations following the passage of of prop thirteen. And it's just we're seeing it play out on a yearly basis but during a pandemic it's just particularly disgusting. It really is at another great irony. Is that some of these individuals under this garnishment order They will literally have their license suspended if they did not pay the particular tax. So you got to think about the ridiculousness of that. You mean to tell me that. A person who already cannot pay the fee You are trying to garnish. And you can't get the garnishment for the feet. They all the texts they may owe your obligation now as a governmental entity is to suspend their means to even pay the bills that they have to pay right now by taking away their license. How was that a solution. How was that a remedy that provides an additional problem for the person who's already suffering tremendously. Yeah absolutely A few other examples so last year before california decided to suspend this practice You had seven of the most populous states in the country california georgia illinois michigan north carolina ohio and pennsylvania collecting more than seven hundred twenty eight million dollars combined from state tax refunds. And then. you've got michigan which collected one hundred thirty six point five million dollars in twenty twenty they had the highest garnishment rate of thirteen thousand. Five hundred forty six dollars per one thousand residents followed by ohio which collected ten thousand one hundred sixty one dollars per one thousand residents. So we're talking about garnishments that are crippling for low income earners and if you look at the data that was provided by the center for public integrity of course. The main targets happen to be people of color And those on the lowest end of the economic ladder so luckily you have two states that have decided to suspend this practice. But like we've always you know mentioned and other fixes. It's like a band aid on a gushing wound. I think the overall issue of not giving people another option To having to pay these fines is a is a real issue is a real problem So hopefully the future can have solutions other than just suspending something temporarily. 'cause one suspension is lifted. We're back to same problem again. All right we gotta take. Yeah go ahead. I no that was it. I'm just agreeing with you. Says the one who said awesome. Okay so we're gonna take a quick break when we come back The investigation into the capital rights is so insanely politicized that honestly at this point all i can do is roll my eyes every single part of it but will break it down for you. We'll give you the details when we return if you're looking for the next best thing to invest in try investing in your long term health.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Or watching. The young turks manic has burien joining us for the show. Today is dr rishaad. Richie who's show indisputable has been picked up permanently by the network super excited about it Dr rashad ritchie. We've got your show airing every weekday at eleven thirty. Pm pacific time two thirty pm eastern so. Everyone make sure you check that out. It's after damage report every weekday. Really happy to have you onboard. I'm having to be here and You all have been so amazing and inviting and authentic Approachable accessible Giving me the guidance that i need so thankful the audience has been tremendous The team the producers brit. judy everybody. is just been lovely lovely the combination and all of The sentiment just shared. I showed that back to thank you. That's awesome and i'm really excited to do the whole show with you today. we've got Some pretty great topics we're gonna talk about The fact that you know a lot of people who lost their jobs during the pandemic are unlikely to get those jobs back and it's because these corporations are now starting to rely more and more on free labor we'll get to that in a little bit And then in the second hour. We'll discuss Charlie kirk spreading. Some of the most outrageous disinformation in regard to the covert vaccine. Alleging that it's killed millions of people when there's absolutely no evidence of that whatsoever but we'll unpack that story and more but as always just wanted to encourage you guys to like and share the stream help spread the word about. Ty t. and the programming that we do here and You know maybe even smash that joined button if you're not a ty t. member today's bonus episode Will be a great one. I want you know. Get to know. Dr ritchie a little more And we also have a story about creepy behavior by the catholic church in essentially stocking You know one of their Pastors to figure out whether or not he's living the life that they approve of so we'll get to that later for our members you can become a member either by clicking on that join button or going t- dot com slash join now. Let's get to our first story. The hotel industry is thinking about essentially doing away with many of the jobs that were cut during the corona virus shutdowns. Now they're realizing that. Hey you know what maybe we can shift burdens onto our own customers. And maybe cut some of our labor force including people that we rely on To do the housekeeping in our establishments now nearly half the more than one million jobs cut in the lodging industry during the pandemic have yet to be recovered. And that's according to the bureau of labor statistics and the recovery has been uneven with resort markets bouncing back more quickly than cities Which rely on business travel in large conventions or conferences that have not yet returned. Now what they're specifically looking at is kind of changing the business model from providing Housekeeping on a daily basis to basically making the customers decide An opt in on those types of services But it gets even worse than that now. Some hotels say they want to make permanent changes that were instituted. During the pandemic offering daily housecleaning only upon request and adding options like mobile or contact list check in guests. They say don't miss the old ways and the changes would let them reduce costs. And you know the scariest part about all of this other than the fact that workers are not going to be able to get their jobs. Back is the fact that the hotel industry is starting to think of lodging the same way that the airline industry thinks of flights. Oh you want a little bit of comfort love. we're not going to give that to Unique to opt in. And we're going to charge you extra Chris minnesota who's the ceo of hilton said quote. The work we're doing right now. In every one of our brands is about creating more labor efficiencies it's nice euphemism bear particularly in the areas of housekeeping food and beverage and other areas When we get out of the crisis those businesses will be higher margin and require less labor than they did pre covert so they're shifting additional cost onto customers they're cutting their labor force and essentially Thinking about making people opt in For the services that were previously provided prior to the pandemic and dr rashad ritchie. I'd love to hear what you think about this. Are you looking forward to hotels Operating much like airlines do. I'm looking forward to boycotting though see there's a there's a way to fight this right so naturally Capitalism is doing exactly what capitalism is designed to do and that is to respect their bottom line more so than their human capital. So that's what's really happening. And there's a way to fight back through inflammation like what you're doing right now through connection to others who are with them by saying we're not going to tolerate this. We will withdraw our support. These kinds of hotels engage in this practice. I guarantee you. They will snap back right if you have a massive enough movement. Now when you look at the human side of this and that's one thing about Policy policy should always lead with a human side. I you have individuals who have been working in the industry for fifteen to twenty years. They were laid off because of kovic. They expect it to get the jobs back. Wants the economy started to bounce back. And now they're being told no they're being told that Your services are no longer available with.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Story. We have for you today. Just just yesterday on the podcasts. We were talking about Asshole talkers specifically the woman who uses magic erasers on her teeth. She's telling all of her followers to get beautiful listening teeth us. One of those mister clean magic eraser. By the way don't do that like using sandpaper on your teeth. It's scraping off all of the enamel and also infusing your teeth with like formaldehyde shit. While i've got another tiktok douchebag for you today a talker who boasted that he tricked women into having unprotected sex with him could face up to twelve years in prison. How exactly did he trick. Women into having unprotected sex with him. Because i'm looking for some tips night. Oh boy name. Or name Dr ritchie who has twenty six million. I just i love when i try to pronounce foreign sounding names. Lot to jot how it's I have a real problem with it. I know kai glow ambani. There are plenty of examples out there. Adam hinojosa let's just call this guide. Ninety nine doritos twenty six million followers and is the most popular social media personality in spain said during an interview on youtube that he tells women that he sterile so he doesn't have to wear a condom during sex. I don't know what the laws are like in spain. But you know if the woman who just had sex with this guy gets pregnant she can easily figure it out probably that you know who got her pregnant and even though he says he sterile and it's proven that he's not he would be on the hook for supporting the ken right. I mean this is a very risky move. In many ways Irene montero the equality minister over there in spain said the could contravene law in which non consensual sex was considered rape. Isn't that what rape is the hell's going on over there. In spain we have a different way of thinking about consensual sex up until now it was like a misdemeanor running a stop sign. You raped a bitch. You got a ticket. i'm sorry sir. Did you know that you were fucking this woman without her consent. No officer. I'm sorry all right i'm gonna let you go with a warning this time. Thank you removing a condom or a jacky waiting inside. A woman wow. I didn't think the story was going to get so sexy. Removing a condom or a inside of a woman without consent is.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And the days are short and there's a lot of dark and some cold and people are trying to juggle work and family and vacation and covering for ever co workers. So there's a lot going on for the next few weeks. I know they're different circumstances in every household. Some people are going to divorce. Some people are missing a loved one because of deployment. Some people are deployed. Is it all relative? Or is it different for different folks? Well, of course, it's different for different folks. But what you're saying is that in the world we're in today. There's a lot of stress stress for just about everybody. You could be deployed or you could be hearing about the terrorist attacks. You could be trying to decide whether to go to Paris or not, or you could be worrying about your mother in law and what she's going to say about the way you cook the turkey. If you have a history of depression and feeling alone, you're more susceptible to some of these dresses, and they'll probably get you a little bit more on edge more irritable, more depressed, maybe shorter with the kids for everybody, though I would say that you need to take special steps to manage some of these holidays dressers. I'm glad you mentioned managing this dress. Doctor, would you? How do we do that? How do we How do we even realize that we are stressed, And then how do we go about managing it? All of us have our own ways of realizing we're under stress. I do it when I can't find my car in the parking lot, And that means I'm traveling too much. Or when I start to growl of the cat before she growls at me. Everybody knows when they're under stress. The question is, what do you do? They're sort of the stress fighting tips. We've all heard about Get enough sleep. Don't drink too much. Don't smoke, get some exercise. That's easy to say it could be hard to do, but it is important. One of the easy things, for example, is to get out of your office and go for a walk in the daylight if you can, even a short walk because we know that for some people not having enough daylight at this time. Adds to depression to get out of your office for 20 minutes. Exercising is important, of course, And even if you just do a little bit of it that helps that's one of things. I like about walking outside. You get a little bit in and the weather's been warm recently, so we could do that Another tip is to not over. Schedule yourself and be able to put up boundaries. Okay, so four people want you to visit them on Christmas and two more on Christmas Eve. And that's especially true with blended families, divorced families Were you trying to satisfy everybody set some limits and some boundaries. Recognize what you could do and also recognize what your kids can do or your parents or your spouse because if your kids are melting down, it's going too difficult for you as well. Absolutely. We both mentioned divorce. What about those who may have this feeling of loneliness at this time? What are some things that even before you get to the holiday or the observance that you may observe? What do you do? How do you plan for this? So say you are single, and for some people being single, they're happy with that. They don't feel that they need to go out and do something. But you may be feeling newly single lonely maybe your families on the other side of the world. Maybe you don't have enough money. So plan your activities to make sure that you told Linus structured and filled with things you like to do. An obvious one is volunteering and not just volunteering once a year. The soup kitchen. That's nice, but they tend have lots of volunteers. But think about an ongoing activity. Maybe it might be working with Animal Rescue League or Soup kitchen is great tour for over the longer term, So you're providing services consistently. Many, many people find that that is helpful to be helping others in need. Another thing that many veterans like to do is bond with other veterans, so there's lots of activities out there. The veteran services organizations like the American Legion and the V F W are very good at providing kind of low cost ways of bonding with other vets, and it's more than just going to a bar and drinking now they prefer Sports or mentoring a baseball teams. If you are associated with the military organization. Still, then there's usually lots of physical activities that you can go so the point is to schedule your time and do things that you enjoy. And if you can make them athletic activities and social activities that tend to make you feel good without worrying about the extra £5. Now, Dr Ritchie mentioned the recent Paris attacks, and some may have anxiety around that. Can you talk to me about that a little bit just about the feelings that people may have at this time about traveling and so forth. So we've had numerous threats since 9 11, especially here in the Washington, DC, area, so to a certain way people are getting used to it. And one of the things I'm very proud of this city. Washington D. C is how people say Okay, there's a threat. But, you know, we got to go on do our job. But there may be additional fear was San Bernadino and with Paris and some people may be concerned about traveling, although, of course, statistically, the chances of you being hit with a terrorist attack of very, very small Still, it's scary when it happens, so I think the thing to do is if you are anxious to recognize it. That's okay. Being anxious is part of the new normal human condition, especially in these days in time, Okay, whether can I do to counteracted I don't like turbulence on planes. I do almost everything else. But when the plane's bouncing up and down, I don't like that very well. But I find if I look out the window and focus on the clouds and see what the plane is suing, I could manage the turbulence. That's 112 small thing. You can do A lot of people. Deep breathing is helpful Meditation or talking to a friend, a counselor, a chaplain. Or perhaps going to see a professional help. If the anxiety is overwhelming professional help are more people breaking the barrier or the stigma that's associated with seeking professional help..
"dr ritchie" Discussed on KOMO
"And exciting. But if you've gone to get a covert tests lately, you know that the process most likely isn't simple and the results most likely are not rapid 5 to 10 days is what it's taking a lot of places, and that's a problem. ABC Slam always takes a look at the impact those delays maybe having on curving the spread of covert 19 estate sea surges in cases of covert 19 a push for more American To get tested. But in several cities, reports of people waiting days or even weeks to get tests and results. Access to testing is probably one of the most important factors in terms of controlling a pandemic. Dr Ritchie nervous. It is an emergency room physician in Houston, who works with covert 19 patients. Every day. Patient goes to get tested, and they're not getting their results for weeks On end, they may start to improve. They may start to feel better within that time period. And if you feel better, you kind of lose sight of the fact. That you may still be infectious for up to two weeks, Dr. Beset says quick results reinforced the importance of self quarantining, especially for those who are asymptomatic. Some of these asymptomatic carriers have elderly parents in the home. They may have spouses or family members who have underlying conditions like diabetes or hypertension, and they may not know that it's not safe for them to be around their own loved ones. Vessel Mushtaq is senior vice president of clinical networks and health sciences that change healthcare. The company, Connex doctor's offices, labs and contact tracers through an online portal. You may be surprised to hear that almost 50% of the physicians don't have access to an Elektronik. Nab ordering system So it's done the old fashioned way where people write it on apiece of paper. We believe that we can down the time it takes for somebody to go to the doctor get a script. Walk into a lab delivered their Mushtaq says Expanding access combined with reducing barriers can speed up the process stall comes down to empowering the consumer. Because he or she has to make the decision to self diagnose number one, and once they are able to self diagnose and at least have a hunch that they have covered. It's very important for them to approach them Physician And immediately get tested for those who are still waiting for results. Doctor Percent in Houston Stress is to stay home were a mask even around family members in your home until you know your negative and practice good hygiene. I can't stress enough how real it is. There are people that are dying from this disease. There are young people who have no medical problems who are coming into the hospital with a little bit of shortness of breath, and they're not leaving and not going home to their loved ones is heartbreaking. Corona virus does not only affect the patient It affects the family. It affects the community. This is very, very real, and we have to take it seriously. If you want to stop the spread of this disease Reporting for perspective. Lionel Moise ABC News coming up a big day for Big Tech on Capitol Hill on perspective after this.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We, you know, as we create community around all of this I think that's where the balance is not, and you know, it's just this American thing of doing it perfectly. And I do it myself. No, that's gone us where we are now. That's not how we want to live. So they have a couple more here and see if we can do it in our remaining time. I have one last one I'd love to sneak into. But let's see what we can do here. So Do you think that acknowledging, honoring and allowing grief is important? And what would that look like? As individuals and as a society honoring grief? Yes, I mean and That's probably something that we have so much so much grieving to do now, and it's probably something that has gotten lost or It's taken a back seat. To the different kind of energy and crisis. That has followed a time of a lot of loss and not just loss of people. I mean, loss of people that loss of certainty what felt like certainty of loss of a sense that you know what the future was going to be loss of. Economic capacity. It's not something we do well as a culture. A group that I'm young people that I'm really fans of this group. They call it the dinner party, which they these air, young young people, millennials who just realized that And there they were young people who've lost someone, and they realize that there's no place to talk about this. In this culture. You're supposed to get over it. So I'm cheered by some of the ways on that's that's a good group. There are others. There are things called Death cafes, which sounds so odd, but it's another way of saying Hey, This, like part of being alive is the reality of death. In the reality of loss. So an emphatic Yes. And I think there are places to turn and yeah, we're gonna have to have I think we're gonna have to have let's talk to some rabbis the other day about Lamentations. Within Judaism. There's this notion of lament and lamentations. There are rituals for morning and from for passages that entail loss and that also where we still are called to go on living. And I was suggesting them every they were. We were having this conversation about Could they offer some of this up to our culture to other people outside that tradition again as spirituals, social technologies Thank you so much, I think We're down to just a few more minutes together, and I have a question that I would like to close with. So, um You know, I think about when I listened to a podcast. There's so much story telling in it on that just really speaks to my heart as a restorative justice person, And I think all of us right, And I love this quote from her book Wired for story where Lisa Kron says story, as it turns out, was crucial to our evolution more so than opposable thumbs. Opposable thumbs. Let us hang on stories told us what to hang on to. And so I'd love to know. What are the stories that you've been hanging onto these days? Maybe some of the storytellers that you think it would be good for us to be hanging onto I think of Rachel. Naomi Remen. Dr Ritchie, remember his sad stories of the flesh? We put the flesh on the on the bones of the facts of our life. Well for me. By the stories right now, our is the fullness of what is what it is to live in many Minneapolis right now. And I kind of think in neighborhoods and communities and cities across this country. They're the quiet stories and no camera is shining on. But where Really the world we want to inhabit, is it? We were seeing what it could look like, If not, you know, It's just that, um It was. You know, when I I was also watching buildings burning. Not that far away on TV and on my computer and It was so important when I finally went over there. And so how people had Just poured out to take care of other people. And just, you know, a lot of young people with drones and mops and pails, just getting right inside those burned out buildings and cleaning them up. And these These local political leaders who had never heard their names. We're so articulate, so brilliant, so compassionate and practical. About the work of building and repair and not building and repairing so that it could be the way itwas that that so that it could be a different world. Those stories are all around us, and if there's a discipline or practice, it's It is. It is looking looking for the good. There's this biblical phrase of developing eyes to see and ears to hear. And when you look you will find so much that we can live by. Christy, You're making me think of the beautiful art now in downtown Oakland. I mean, all the answers are there in the art of beautiful people who are going out and beautifying with their wisdom. What is so we should be walking Around you and it's as serious it doesn't. It doesn't deny or make any of the bad things better, but it is as serious as that destructive narrative. It is the generative narrative that we can help We can help make Thank you so much. Krista. Think we've come to the end of our time together today? So our very special thanks to Krista Tippett, who is the host of the On being podcast for joining us today?.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on WTOP
"The desire to get baseball back in the state at April fourteenth two thousand five at RFK stadium the fans are coming to their feet many casting as great deal out of the grass at third and Brian Snyder is flashing signals here's the pitch of the flashbulbs going it's time called those throws the ball across to Eddie Rodriguez the nationals bench coach and that first pitch will be headed to Cooperstown in the hall of fame as baseball is back in Washington Charlie slows the cold nationals were the first ever gave it the C. five three over the Diamondbacks NBA commissioner Adam silver's already said no announcements this month on the league's future plans NBA does want to find a way to get going again Mike Breen is a voice of the NBA on ABC and ESPN I'm confident that Adam sober is not going to go forward with any type of games work out anything until he is told a hundred percent from the health medical experts that it's okay and that nobody is going to be in any kind of danger that's the one guarantee he's not going forward until he gets started shirts and the pro basketball league in Taiwan is back playing but with no fans with players arrive their temperatures taken if it is above ninety nine point five they can't play they Johnson WTOP sports straight ahead how are attitudes about the pandemic and restrictions have changed over the past few weeks nine forty seven all of the uncertainty surrounding the coded nineteen pandemic can have a harmful effect on mental health Dr Elspeth Cameron Ritchie chair of psychiatry at medstar Washington hospital center has some tips on how to reduce anxiety and stress during this difficult time breathing deeply ten times through the nose can help corn meal and give your brain and body time to reset focusing on short term planning is important make sure that you are doing more of what makes you happy remember that distancing doesn't mean isolation stay in touch with friends and loved ones by phone and email occasionally disconnect from the news and social media based on our history we are resilient and this storm will pass for more insights from Dr Ritchie please visit medstar Washington dot org slash Intel and for the latest.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Got all my blood moving this morning offer. Those of you just now listening. I've got kelsey ward in studio with me. She is clairvoyant. Medium who is known for helping clients find their true purpose and peace kelsey has dealt dealt with a myriad of serious health issues including cancer and debilitating autoimmune disease called c. r. I s. chronic inflammatory response syndrome which she developed from living and toxic mold for five years kelsey is now happier and healthier than she's ever been and hopes to raise awareness on the severity and commonality of biotoxin an illness. You can find her at kelsey crystal to dot com. That's kelsey with a k. Kelsey crystal to dot com okay so great to have you back kelsey. He's he's much. You sound like a rockstar but you know. Can you give us a recap of how you found out that that mold is what was making you sick zak yeah so i lived in the washington d._c. Metro area for five and half years and when i lived in that apartment there i i would constantly get sick constantly. We all the time. I mean you name it. It was like oh chronic. Sinus infections chronic lung infections. <hes> i developed really bad vertigo fatigue insomnia all these crazy symptoms. I never had prior to that and <hes> prior to living there. I was always very healthy. You know as a dancer for fourteen years. It was very active. I never really hot any health issues prior to living there and then it was just one health issue after another and then i also developed skin and breast cancer as well <hes> yeah so it was just one after another so then i kept hearing i don't know it was really weird musty smell in my apartment and my boyfriend at the time. I always feel like you don't smell and he'd be like nobody talking about. Now is just kinda like okay. I kind of just brushed it off for years. <hes> and ends you know the smell would kind of like progressively get worse and worse and worse. There were a couple of leagues that had happened in the apartment out of the five years. I lived there. I know the smell you're talking about too often and that has <hes> this at their house and they smell. They smell like the smell being in the house. It's crazy yeah because it ends up growing like in your body dan stuff and getting all of your clothes and you know a lot of people think oh that's just i. I don't know if i'm buying this you know when they connected to so many diseases but i have to tell you i've done my homework and i'm also personal friends with doug. Kaufman who is the <hes> has written many many books about this and is the founder of the cause which is a television show that talks about stuff off like this all the time also a very highly respected as well anthony william who wrote the book medical medium thyroid healing. He talks about this in his book. This is very real legitimate thing that we're talking about here and actually on his trigger lists anthony william melendez on the trigger list as you as you read through the coming list of the the most common thyroid virus triggers see if any light bulbs go off and you does it timing of your symptoms start since start to make sense with this new perspective <hes> and so this this is this is very real. It is a lot of medical doctors. Some no it some of them. Ignore it some of them. Don't know about it but then the <hes> in the preface of doug coffman latest book the fungus link to women's health problems <hes> there's a medical doctor that talks about it and says i firmly believe that many major diseases can be traced back to yeast and fungus entering the body. What proof exists that fungus plays a role in america's top killing diseases the number one cause of death in america is heart disease and number two <hes> cause of death in america is cancer so you know you were talking about cancer. This is all very real so let me go to this. What are some common symptoms that you maybe exposed to toxic mold for people out there listening <hes> for me it was kind of what aid previously mentioned but also i you know my main symptoms vertigo it it kind of varies for everybody but i never had vertigo in my entire life and then all of a sudden. I have this crazy vertigo tour. I couldn't get out about for like three weeks. I couldn't even shower brush my teeth. Nothing i mean it was so bad yeah. I lost so much weight. I couldn't walk. I'd terrible brain fog. That's a really common. Sometimes that very about brain fog. My thyroid became really affected. Did my hair would fall out in clumps. I developed terrible. Cystic acne <hes> really dark circles underneath my eyes. No matter how much i slapped <hes> a lot of ringing ringing in the ears constant read is constant sinus infections lung problems <hes> i even like developed this terrible terrible coughing alad. There and i'm not smoker but when i lived there i would like literally. It sounded like it was hawking belong. People would be like <hes>. Do you smoke now. I'm like no and you know. I guess i never connected the dots until after i moved out of there but guy and you know that smell kept getting worse in there and i really didn't even discover that it was mold that was really making me sick until a couple of months before he had moved out because there was a really bad leak that had occurred before i moved out <hes> the guy who had lived in the apartment above mine had moved out and they were like turning over the apartment and the water tank had like completely busted open inflated onto my apartment and so water started shooting out of like the air vans and in my apartment flooded my whole no bad if flooded my whole laundry room everything and so then they brought in like a mold tester mold inspector actor and one find a mole that i got you can <hes> there's actually a company that i used and they are. I believe they're nationwide yeah. I knew that there are located here as well. In the dallas fort worth area called mold inspection and testing was the company that i used. They're really good so i used them but unfortunately my apartment apartment would not help me. They wouldn't test for themselves common to very common and very costly get rid of the mall. Sometimes you have to take down on the whole construction yeah yeah and they don't wanna pay for it because it's not on their budget so it's really unfortunate the way that we treated. I actually moved six times a one year because i had so many mold issues in apartments went help me and it was just it became the night became a nightmare by it so i brought in a multi stir because they went and test for me found out it. Was you know really high levels of mold. My walls were one hundred percent saturated in water but not only did we find mold from that leak <hes> but we found mold everywhere else in the apartment that had been there like the whole time so that's it's crazy crazy how did you how did you get treatment. And how long did it take you to get well. So treatment is very i. I always consistency. His stint. See is really big for treatment. Intrigue me kind of varies on the person so there's really no one-size-fits-all approach to treating <hes> biotoxins or molds illnesses s. <hes> but there is such thing as <hes> the shoemaker protocol and there's some western medicine doctors that are certified in this but not all because there are a lot of western stra medicine doctors that think that this thing is. They don't believe that mold can make you sick. Unfortunately yeah no ads very unfortunate <hes> so the shoemaker protocol is basically i'm. I'm dr ritchie shoemaker he is. I believe he lives in maryland. I don't think he practices anymore but it could be mistaken. <hes> he developed this protocol for treating anybody of biotoxin illness so i started researching you know she maker protocol certified <hes> protocol doctors near me this when i still lived in northern virginia d._c. Area i found one and <hes> we ran all these tests so i had sixteen tubes of blood taken and it was the most wow and <hes> yeah so and then she also stuck click a q. tip up my nose but he was like really really long q tip and she was testing me for marco and went mark on czar. It's <hes> i forgot what it stands for. It's like metal antibiotic resistant assistant coagulant chronic staph infection that you develop in your nasal cavity from living and mold yeah and i so bad but it's crazy you know when i lived in mold. My whole face looked totally different. My face swell up and it's funny too because when i lived in mold i was diagnosed with so many different autoimmune disease. They also diagnosed me with salubrious. I firmly don't believe i have that. I firmly believe it was mould the whole time now anytime up my face will swallow up and my my nose will swallow up okay dark rings underneath my eyes which by the way they're all really comment sometimes for anybody listening <hes> and you know a lot of doctors who do the shoemaker protocol or eastern turn medicine type doctors naturopathic doctors functional medicine doctors a lot of them actually say no not all but some of them do say that you know things like lupus or multiple sclerosis rose says sir autoimmune diseases like that are usually actually just mold really <hes>. That's what a lot of them. Say a lot of the times and it's just more so oh kind of a matter of detoxing and opening up your talks plays and things like that so we're gonna continue talking about it. Everyone stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio. We'll be back with kelsey ward right after after the break.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"His self-esteem will go up your husband's talking to you. You're on a date with the guy simply when he pauses practice saying if you think what he said is a good idea practice saying hanging out loud good idea you say that guy he just puffs up and goes oh. What did i say another one. You can say to a guy is that makes sense and put a little feminine enthusiasm awesome into it picks a guy goes. Whoa i like this lady. You know it just brings a man back raises his testosterone and it stimulates healthy dopamine function in his brain and another one is particularly flavor married couples to whenever you possibly can say to your husband you're right. Please do every mango my gosh. I'm right what i do now. What can he do for her. This is it the testosterone stimulating activities. Certainly women can appreciate that too but they don't need thirty times more testosterone that men need women need oxytocin oxytocin see toasts in is the hormone that lowers stress in a woman's body so what a man can do is when he thinks his wife is beautiful say it if he loves his wife say it say it every day communicate munich eight that message he does he says why should i say it. I've already said it and and give a loving hug hug aussitot season and if he does realize he says well. If you wanna give me a hug no if you find her give her the hug that produces the oxytocin and when she's talking this is the key oxytocin give full presence and one thing that help a man to do this is for a man to say just gimme gimme a time limit here so i know how long so i'm just completely give you my full attention in a woman if she can say to a man look. I want to talk for five minutes. I want ten minutes of your undivided attention. You don't have to say anything fix anything. Just hear me. I want to connect connect with you. A guy can easily do it but a man's tendency and the more a._d._d. Azure he wants to jump right into put out the fire him put out the fire right. Oh you're upset. Don't be upset. Don't worry about it's not a problem so these are the things we men can learn these are new relationship skills but but having said that i was doing all those skills had a great relationship but when i healed the oxidative stress in my brain and i got rid of that when i healed the parkinson's then they a._d._h._d. Symptoms went away. Suddenly all all these things that i've been teaching for years. We're sending easy to do almost natural to do all i needed. It was a little wariness which i certainly had and became so easy so the effortless for me to do this stuff. You think that you know they say like deepak. Chopra says and other doctors say you know it takes about twenty to thirty days east who to focus on one thing to change a habit that will become natural do you it is it is true that if you change a habit it generally takes conscious willpower for thirty days something like that now. Here's the rub if you don't if you have oxidative stress you'll go right back. You can't fully change the habit and here's the other rub which is you can do the nutritional support but you also have to consciously change the habits but here's the difference you could be a drug addict and you keep trying to go off your drug. You keep going back and back which we see happening. People go into a they go back. They go back. They're getting all this support their coping with it as a lifelong struggle. They're always an alcoholic. Guess what get rid of the oxidative oxidative stress. They're not always an alcoholic thirty days and they're ready to move onto lights next big challenge life always challenges but it doesn't have to be the one you suffered twenty years ago right right you move on and this is what i've seen now. There was one of the teachers at dr ritchie dead. I lived at over one hundred years old. He he using nutrition to minimize oxidative stress. It was primarily sulfur and selenium. He was able to take two thousand heroin addicts wchs addicted to heroin off of that drug with no side effects and for days now problem that he had was he learned how to get them off of it but he didn't have the right social support as well as the ongoing nutritional support so they didn't fall back but the death right but think about the miracle of anybody knows anything about going showing off heroin. It's hellish experience which keeps people from even trying to go off of it because there's detox symptoms. That happened when you stop stimulating the brain. There's a physiology theology physiological response where your body has no opiates to know endorphins get produced for a week and you just can't live that way and so it just goes horrible and then eventually chilly when they're stressed they go back to it because they're not continuing to neutralize the oxidative stress in the brain. There's so many answers to these things and people just not aware of it and do they have a choice. No people do not have a choice until we teach people and tell people are aware of this and this is not what's being done in the media. I get so frustrated. I watch p._b._s. C._b._s. special on a._d._h._d. And they talk about all these symptoms which is good granted pointing out that it's not just about you but as a condition you can work with it but then they say the answer. The answer is either cope with it so you're always coping with it or take drugs and they'll put in the last segment all these amazing benefits of ritalin and adderall and testimonials. Yes yes for three months for many children wonderful results for three years. There's been no long term studies showing that after three years no benefit and sometimes after six months. You have to increase the dose. Why do you have to increase the dose because the problems getting worse now. You're left with that the rest of your life and people go oh. It didn't affect my life and i go look at your relationship. Look at your lifestyle. Look at this and they go with us just life. I know that's life with a._d._h._d. They don't realize when you look at the corner when you see the starbucks made lined up to get their capital rapid chino whatever there's over one hundred grams that would be divided by four over twenty five teaspoons of sugar in one of those frappuccino they're lined up and then they're getting their caffeine and then there's sugar caffeine's just a moderate form ritalin which is a nice natural drug to take when you need. It bore addicted to it. Everybody goes to just standing in line. They're like salivating eating and i used to do it too. I remember i stopped caffeine one day when i waiting in line and they say we're all out of the frappuccino mix and there are thirteen people in line at the airport. Tenedos people all left because they didn't get their high concentration. Caffeine was sugar and dairy which all produce opiates in the brain. It's a drug we're all drugged out and if we're not drugged out on so now we're drugged out on video games high stimulation. It's addicted to sensationalism. That's another dopamine stimulator. High stimulation is what we're addicted to and it just depends with the media with what's on t._v. The the junk that's on tv. I don't even watch that crap so but yeah no stipulation and it's not in some of it is genius. Some of it is not our greatest actually are a._d._h._d. Janus is throughout history have been either a._d._h._d. Compulsive disorder order or or bipolar mozart mozart classic bipolar go up experience at elevated states of consciousness here the divine music and crashed down as a drug august alcoholic and so forth is the problem there. Is that when you have a special gift. If you're a genius brain in a certain area you happen to be born that way or whatever ever what happens is you're like a race car that needs better fuel and you run out of fuel fast. So you run out of fuel. You crash gradually accumulate the minerals necessary. I don't at the time the run out before. I talk about minerals. Minerals is the number one thing. Our brain needs because our food today has half the minerals. You'd have to eat twice as many twice as much sometimes five as much five times as much food to get the minerals that we used to get fifty years ago and this is u._c._l._a. Did that study and i m majorly on a <hes> focus on what the chem trails are doing the per- the aluminum particulates get into you know that's a whole nother subject another subject but let's just talk about we do know that we're exposed to lots of aluminum and we do know after these kim trail things that aluminum levels go up now. What does aluminum do aluminum is one of the major neuro toxins in the brain but has to be a certain form of aluminum when aluminum mixes with the floride in your water becomes aluminum fluoride and then it crosses the blood brain barrier and it becomes a toxic form of aluminum so basically our bodies can to certain extent detoxify the aluminum if we have glutathione so again if you all this inhibited glutathione production. You're going to get aluminum your brain. We know that all of the amyloid plaque is associated with aluminum develop in the brain so aluminum's that no brainer. It's happening happening more. We have to protect ourselves from the most toxic form of aluminum which is aluminum which bonds with fluoride and florida's in our water. This is affecting so many people today. It's a tragedy if people could just understand how to get rid of this floride and reverse. Osmosis is one of the only ways to do it dr blaylock they lock who is a neurosurgeon. That's done studies on aluminum and he's said this is what i got out of. It is to take saffron in d._h._a. To block walk run is a great safran better than any antidepressant sach reality extractive saffron better than it's just a little herb and the make rice turn turn yellow and tastes good it is it is a better than any antidepressant. You could just get that product easily if a guy does it get to fall asleep taking it because he guys. I have so much serotonin already so it's not for everybody but we'll also one of my favorite little snacks because i eat really good food. Sometimes i want to like a little snack and so my favorite snack doc is almond butter and sliced apple with a little bit of honey. Now apple has a substance called malic acid and almonds the nut at this highest in magnesium. It turns out the malic acid and magnesium. Take aluminum out of your body. I was so happy to read that. Little is actually super great. I've been i'm doing it for years and years pulls that aluminum out of the body so these are like you know we just see that. If you lived eighty-five you have a fifty fifty chance of having alzheimer's disease. That's right now. Fifty percent of everybody over eighty five is alzheimer's now. That's very close to my younger. Sister has alzheimer's. My older brother has dementia moving onto alzheimer's and you go well john. Why did they follow it. Why didn't they do this stuff. You're suggesting because family members will never do what you say. That's a common problem that another state. I send it does get try anyway anyway. The most important mineral and this is i've given this mineral just a little tight fourteen dollars a month to month supply for for justice. I think getting a full spectrum mineral supplements even better but just lithium authoritate- lithium or tate one a day. I said just four to five but one a day for an autistic child stops all violent upsets. Maybe a few here or there if they do more than you get into com- zone stimuli to that comes out and.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I went home slept on it. Woke up bright and early went straight to the school knocked on the door and surprisingly, the assistant principal, Dr Ritchie agreed to meet with me. And she explained to me are crime infested. Property was causing transit see at school. And quite frankly, for me, personally, it was devastating because I did not want to be morally responsible for failing school as an apartment. So I told her that's not how we operate, and we will work with you to help you turn your school around. So what was your idea initially when you bought that blighted community be a commodity land? Lord renovated, flip it for profit. And then I realized the impact that apartment can really have a look community at large something, you didn't realize before correct. You hadn't truly understood what transparency meant correct. Transit city is the movement of children during the year from the school. So at the time Brumby elementary had about a sixty two percent. Transient, right. Wow. And we were one of the largest department communities that said the school. So the fact that our apartment community was unhealthy was making the school in helping. So we told her, we would start an after school program within five years. We had ninety children in the program, and we had one hundred percent pass rate on the federal compassi test from your apartment. Everyone past the basic correct? And so the school ended up becoming a title one school of distinction, but her investors had given her six years to turn a profit and she hadn't yet. So she had to sell the new owners came in. They raise the rent over one.
"dr ritchie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I went home slept on it. Woke up bright and early went straight to the school knocked on the door and surprisingly, the assistant principal, Dr Ritchie agreed to meet with me, and she explained to me, our prime in property was causing transit see at school. And quite frankly, for me, personally, it was devastating because I did not want to be morally responsible for failing school as an apartment enter. So I told her that's not how we operate, and we will work with you to help you turn your school around. So what was your idea initially when you bought that blighted community be a commodity land? Lord renovated, flip it for profit. And then I realize the impact that apartment can really have the community at large something you didn't realize before correct. You hadn't truly understood what transparency meant correct. Transparency is the movement of children during the year from the school. So at the time Brumby elementary had about a sixty two percent. Transient, right. Wow. And we were one of the largest department communities that said the school. So the fact that our apartment community was unhealthy was making the school in helping. So we told her, we would start an after school program within five years. We had ninety children in the program, and we had one hundred percent pass rate on the federal compassi test from your apartment house. Everyone past the basic correct? And so the school ended up becoming a title one school of distinction, but her investors had given her six years to turn a profit and she hadn't yet. So she had to sell the new owners came in. They raise the rent over one hundred.