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14:25 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on Amanpour

"Livelihoods we move onto protecting our lives. We've all seen the guidance about frequently washing our hands for twenty seconds at least and we've heard about panic buying supermarkets. But what's really going to keep us safe if anyone knows it is our next guest. Dr Bruce Aylward. He's the senior advisor to the director. General of the World Health Organization. And he's joining us now from Geneva Dr L. Would welcome to the program. Thank you very much Chris soon. So you've heard what Austin goes me. A former economic advisor to President Obama said and one of the things I want to ask you because you have spent a good deal of time in China the peak of this year in Wuhan and elsewhere when Austin Goolsbee many others of Said is China really really being transparent. Do you really trust in their credibility when they say the cases of drop from several thousand per day two to one hundred now yes Christianity absolutely when we went into China with our team. Twenty five people to look at the phenomenon we we're as epidemiologists and public health people were really interested in two things What's happening to the trends of disease and what's happening to the transmission chains the clusters and the multiple ways that we looked at this in in China. We looked at the data. We looked at what we're hearing from. Docks we looked air about beds opening up. We looked at what was happening. Fever clinics we talked to researchers about their ability to recruit new patients and every single piece of data. Clearly aligns saying that this was real cases. Were truly falling and one would expect them to draw other rapidly as we started seeing the last few days and again from two thousand at his peak of new infections per day. Now the Chinese say one hundred per day I mean. That is a really huge sign of hope. We also reported at the beginning of this program that some of these mass emergency hospitals they. You saw that. Were quickly. Put up by the Chinese in Wuhan and elsewhere. Some of them are being dismantled. Now so if you look at if you look at the United States if you look at Italy if you look at Iran what lessons can China teach the world so in other words? Why why is Italy in this terrible state right now? You know a developed country in the middle of Europe. Well the big lessons first of all that we learned from China. You don't learn Wuhan in Lieu Wuhan you learn what can go wrong if you let this virus run and for China at that early stage remember. New Virus never seen before didn't have a diagnostic. Didn't know what would happen. We didn't know how to control it. So this is what happens but what we've learned from the other areas of China. There's thirty one provinces. All of them got infected. None of them had the experience of Wuhan because they acted differently and I they went fast. Speed meant so much secondly to get that speed. They mobilized the whole population the population. The people became their surveillance system to help find disease prevent the disease but when it did occur rapidly get isolated so that they didn't spread it to others and that was because the population knew what the problem was and they were a big part of the solution. That is the big big lesson. You cannot do this by government you cannot do it by the health authorities alone in needed a working in sync. That's the critical piece. I want to play this. Little bit of a soundbite Today from Kathleen Sibelius used to be head of the Health Human Services Department in the United States and this is what she said just very briefly. I don't hear any conversations with other world health leaders. This clearly is in international crisis so the very short but she's basically saying that her own country needs to learn from other leaders around the world. How do you think the United States which is obviously the biggest most powerful most important democracy in world is dealing with this right now? I mean Austin goofy was talking about the credibility gap. I mean let. Let's take a step back for a second Christina because what people frequently talk to me about is the China approach and I hear this all the time and I remind them that. Hang on a minute. This is not a China approach. These are the fundamentals of public health. And there is no agency in the world that has been better at this or codified it for the world and then helped train so many people around the world at this than the US Centers for Disease Control The epidemic intelligence service. This is what they do and they developed a hold. Feel that Benigno training program and in fact that program which they helped Embedded in China actually is part of the backbone. That's helping with the response so this is not a foreign approach. These approaches this this way to managing and tackle communicable disease. This is international. And no one's better at it or has been than than than the US historically as you know not too long ago the CDC basically the trump administration declined to extend of like an eighty billion. A help to the which was in force for the abode of crisis. And Um you know at the time when they didn't some people said well what if there's another epidemic and we could be in deep trouble what do you think should be the decisions of the US government right now. Well I'm not going to speculate on what the US government would be doing. I mean I worked and trained in the country and I've worked with a lot of fantastic public health people in the country. They know what needs to be done they need. They know the population needs to understand this disease. They know that they've got to Get the testing Up OF ANYONE. Who might be a suspect case? They know they've got to find the case in the contacts and make sure that they don't infect others because this is a relatively straightforward business viruses only survive in people and they've got to get from one person to the next person so you've gotta find the people who've got those viruses gotta find the people who are at highest risk and then make sure that they aren't infecting other people. However you solve that problem and again I have fantastic confidence in the ingenuity innovativeness of Of US states and federal authorities to figure out ways to make that work best in the context of the US. And you're absolutely right. There's no doubt that the CDC's stands at the Pinnacle of this business so to speak But I want to ask you you know. Countries like China did take draconian or whatever whatever word you want to use to describe it. They quaranteed some sixty million. People in total Italy in Europe is quarantining sixteen million people right now in the north of the country. What do you say about quarantine? Is that the way to go. Is that what we might see in France in in the UK in the US? Here I have to say. China learned a lot of things the hard way and as being the first in on this so to speak and what they reinforced again and again to me because I kept thinking I got it after a short time there and I hadn't they had to reinforce look Bruce. It's a graduated differentiated approach. If you've got zero cases you do this sporadic cases you do that. Clusters OF CASES. You do this community wide transmission. The kind of situation in Wuhan or beyond you do that and so they kept reinforcing. This and They kept coming back again and again. It's not about locking down populations. It's not about mass quarantine. You should never have to get there if you act early and fast and stay one step ahead always of this virus. If you're having sporadic cases you do X. if you're starting to have clusters you look at where those clusters happening and stop you know if they're gatherings if they're I think sometimes been religious events other events than they stop those and they stopped them early to prevent further spread. So it really depends on where you are and and taking being one step ahead of that virus because it's going to move fast to the next level so as you look at what happened in you've got all sorts of graphs and things that you've seen the way it moved in China and now elsewhere. What are you as the World Health Organization? What are you projecting for the of this virus? Westwood's now so this is a virus. That's on the march. That's very very clear and one of the things that were striking. What was on China? And now beyond is how fast this moved across that country and then to these other countries but the reality is is that it's march is not Unstoppable and it is not predetermined half of the world's countries. Yes they have this virus but China provided an incredible first line of defense we need all these infected countries that are having now their outbreaks to provide another line of the defense Because it is not inevitable this moves everywhere that that's what we learned from From China this is a virus that can actually be controlled. So we're seeing March and people are saying inevitable that this is going to go everywhere. Why because we're not acting fast enough because we're not implementing the kind of You know case finding contact tracing that we need to and that's something we still have control of so let's roll up our sleeves and get at it. Okay it's really fascinating because you're giving a much a very sort of sanguine view of how with the correct information the correct public health methods. You can actually get out ahead of this. I want to ask you about the word. And the word is pandemic the W. H. O. Is Not calling that yet but as you can see there are. The use of that word is happening in the public sphere right now. Why do you not and do you feel you might be on the verge of using pandemic? Well my question back. Cristianos is why rush to use a word for a disease which isn't global at this point you know as director general said today Dr Tendrils. This is a virus that has pandemic potential. Yes but it is not predetermined and if we get there it may not be a function of the virus but actually how we respond to it. Half the countries of the world are infected or have reported cases yes cases are increasing exponentially in some places. Yes but this is still a time for action. On it and people keep talking about this pandemic as predetermined what we have is not a global outbreak. Cristiano what we have our outbreaks that are happening globally. Each one of those can't be tackled. Find the cases find the controls? Do what we can to control contain this because every transmission taken you slow down. You're slowing down the infection. You're saving lives. That has to be our focus with the virus. Like this and you have said you know that needs to be a response. Weather is the US or anywhere that requires speed money imagination and political courage. What do you mean by political courage and imagination? Well the challenge always with something like this is you have got to make big decisions based on very little information. We don't understand everything about this virus and people keep saying we don't know this we don't know that yes but we do know how to stop it and we do know that it increases exponentially so you have to make a decision about what this virus will do if it's left uncontrolled and that requires courage actually and this requires telling your populations getting out in front and telling her populations. Here's where we are today and why we're doing this. Here's where could go next? In which case we will do Y and that way you help bring the population with you. There's going to be surprises. Yes still along the way but this is not a virus that you WANNA wait for those surprises with. Do you buy the criticism that people labelled China's reaction once it got out ahead of the initial denial and punishing those who actually blowing the whistle in Dubai the assessment that it was heavy handed that it's you know a comes at the expense of People's Liberties essentially to recommend to comments here first. Christiana and I was the one I keep hearing about. China did this and China that at the very beginning of this There were Or or we have reports that were bureaucrats have blocked this bought that but China as a nation did not step in and blocked reporting block this block. That and often as you know there may be an interpretation of things as you go down. A system like China's that gets harsher and harsher and what the president is already said. Is there have been shortcomings? We've got to go back and look at every piece of this to make sure this doesn't happen again. So there's a recognition already in China that there are things that they can do better as they go forward. So so that's I think important to recognize but the second one is what struck me the most when people often ask about China. One was the virus that you could control of respiratory virus like this but the other thing that struck me was the hundreds and hundreds of people. I spoke to in markets on planes trains and streets in hotels. What we heard again and again again was just this common sense of fear of this virus and what it could do to their population and especially their older population. They were worried about that. And a tremendous sense of responsibility and a fear that they could fail in their personal and collective need to stop this thing and protect the world. I heard this again and again from average Chinese average dachshund nurses well. They weren't average. I thought they were heroes but we kept hearing this message. Not from the top from the government. I was hearing this from the average people and I wanNA make sure Christiana that in all the coverage of this and all the way we talk about the country do not diminish the work of the people just everyday heroes in the response in China. They're very very human. T pulled Dr Bruce Aylward I. I would not talking them down..

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"health human services departments" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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11:57 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So far there are no known cases of coronavirus in New York or New Jersey but I see that one person in the city is now being evaluated can you confirm that and what's the latest yeah we have one person being evaluated who traveled from Italy that should take another day or two I will just say the obvious it wouldn't have to take another day or two in the the CDC and the trump administration would authorize localities to do local testing this is really getting ridiculous trying to be very blunt about this everywhere I speak from now on we're in a global pandemic all it would take is for the trump administration authorized local public health authorities to use our laboratory facilities to start doing testing is it speed up identification it's a challenging dynamic I'm the first to say that but in a crisis you actually have to improvise and create and decentralize and are not doing it and this is going from disorganized mess to a sale you're very very quickly so what medical experts are saying is left to localities do the testing so we can actually get to work more quickly addressing the cases but to your question there is only one case under investigation York city so far terms are batting average seven previous individuals identified as potential zero came back positive all came back negative and that's good news and I really believe in and our public health officials believe this firmly it is because new Yorkers are following the guidance the second they think they may have the symptoms they are going to the doctors are getting care that is the difference maker that is not what happened in China and other places where the public messaging was the exact reverse of what should have been from the government but here we've been very clear for five weeks it's coming deal with it do you think you're sick get to a doctor and just for all your listeners anyone who doesn't have a doctor who's not sure what to do who is unable to leave where they are physically call three one one we will get help to you this is the city prepared to conduct its own testing and doesn't have enough testing kits I've read the California says it's very short at this point remembered our entire reality up to now notwithstanding the the horrible totality is global crisis we've had seven occasions in five weeks for we have to do the test and we've not been allowed to buy the CDC the way we need to New York City department public health is the gold standard in the nation we have one most advanced laboratories across the street from Bellevue we are ready willing and able we've been making a public request and private request the CDC for five weeks so again this is not political Brian this is just about actual management and leadership how on earth for five weeks on the mayor of the nation's largest city I've been pleading with the administration to let localities use their capacity to actually do this work and they've been sitting on their hands this is becoming malpractice at this point yesterday the CDC expanded its testing criteria to include people returning here from more countries without breaks including Iran South Korea Italy and Japan not just people who had been to China who had been known to come in contact with someone with the virus do you expect now a surge in suspected cases or who you want to get tested because until now as you say only a couple of dozen new Yorkers fit the criteria not even when I respectfully Brian seven people not a couple buttons for five weeks I mean it's been less than one person a week so I again we're in a strange dynamic I understand why people are so deeply concerned I am to but when I tell people not only don't panic but do what new Yorkers do best and you know stay on your game stay focused go about your lives but just follow one simple rule if you have the symptoms flu like symptoms just immediately get to a doctor people really have been doing it so I think it's good that anyone who might have to get tested that's the whole point we want a better safe than sorry approach I agreed with my call for IEBC to add those nations I think what we have to do is recognize the more we say if someone might have it get them to health care immediately get them tested immediately that is the best way to control this epidemic is also the best way to help that individual the vast vast majority of individuals and this is coming directly from our health commissioner the vast majority around ninety eight percent of social contract run a virus and up fine the it is a thoroughly survival thing most people who guards and it's it's it's horrible that we lost people around the world the vast majority those people had a pre existing conditions or they were a folks dealing with you know health care challenges plus having to be seniors it doesn't have to be that way for anyone if we can catch it early enough but certainly the vast vast majority of people come through it fine but that there's a direct correlation between how quickly you get to a health care professional and what happens to you even if you have those pre existing conditions your chances of survival are much greater if you get there quickly so it's just real simple if you think you might have been exposed to it go immediately to a doctor if you don't know where to turn call in this city call three one one and we will get you help immediately one more thing on this president trump has been getting criticism for first downplaying the risks just to protect his image contradicting the centers for disease control and his own Human Services department health Human Services department then the president's newly minted presidential medal of freedom when a Rush Limbaugh actually speculated that the CDC might be exaggerating the threat just to hurt trump politically because the CDC infectious disease specialist to call for preparedness on Tuesday is rod Rosenstein sister is preposterous the president has not review the conspiracy theory my question to you is do you see any politicization of coronavirus from any quarter that could affect new York's ability to respond I'll start with this there's no one on earth who disagrees with Donald Trump more than me but I really try to stay above the fray here for five weeks and keep this on political but the fact is right now Donald Trump Mike pence can't organize to for lunch I mean this is unbelievable as as we've gotten every conceivable warming for a warning from global health authorities from our own health leaders in this country has been coming on coming on like a freight train and they haven't even done the basics and for the president I'd states to suggest all this might just be a passing thing is just profoundly responsible and it's gonna come back to bite him so it's not even about politics in the first instance the American people about look at this guy and say you let us down in our hour of need you weren't even at your post you know you're off having rallies I think the politicization of the the people I think Donald trump's marriage to his reelection than dealing with a health care crisis that we've never seen before on this scale so in the end no of course it has nothing to do with the political views of doctors this is irrelevant there's no conspiracy this look at a world health organisation looking at China having to admit what it covered up what it failed to acknowledge this is something that's become object lesson in the fact when governments are not transparent when they play games with the truth it will come back to bite them it will come back to undermine them I think you're gonna see profound political impact in China in here because of this because this is one of the things that people actually depend on their government to do protect them in the health care crisis missile government hasn't done but there's still time for them to do it and the irony is that you know you'd think you would think that the trump administration would believe in devolving responsibility from the federal level down to local level that's supposed to be Republican values they've done the exact opposite they sat on their hands so it can be addressed but the sobriety is called for this is a serious serious problem it is out of control in the bigger scheme of things meaning there's no government on earth to fully have a handle on this we don't even I talked I have asked our doctors on the best doctors in the country in public health do do we understand this is he said that the global medical community action standards agrees disease fully yet the answer is no is there a cure no is there a vaccine no come on this is something we've never seen before so the thing to do in a situation like this is tell people all hands on deck one message this is deadly serious but it can be addressed no panic do what you have to do at the local level we're going to help you and support you will then reimburse you and everyday people get to a doctor let's take a phone call Victoria in the Bronx you're on W. NYC with mayor de Blasio hello Victoria hello thank you these vacuum he mopped in their twenties who is more devoted well I can't either you know what control room to see if we can get Victoria on a stable line and we'll try to get back to her Jane in the Bronx on W. NYC with the mayor hello Jane hi there glad you hi Brian how are you okay my name is Jane manning I'm an advocate for rape survivors and Brian you and I spoke on the show on Tuesday about the wind now I know who you are mayor de Blasio thank you for not closing your eyes the importance of the corona virus which is another public health problem that I'm asking you not to close your eyes last week the New York times reported on a horrendous situation that happened his special victims division as an NYPD where is the special victims detectives if you believe a rape victim refused to investigate her case talked her out is going forward with the case and the rapist went on to attack three more women New York city's rape crisis advocate has been working for years now to bring a sense that that the NYPD special victims division is badly under staffed under trained and under prioritized and I am calling to ask you what your plan is for turning this situation around so that is the Bakul like the one that happened last week and and in the past month where women were attacked you should make that happen will never happen again Jane of thank you first of all for your advocacy I know you're one of the folks who really stood up for survivors and to help us once and for all stop this scourge it is a crisis I agree with you but I would say this first the briefing I received on that case even though what you described is deeply troubling to me no doubt that the reason I've been received to suggest there's more to that and there's some other important facts and I'm not gonna compare the details at this point I'm going to simply say I think there is other information about the case but to the bigger point here is my message to all the advocates I have said the NYPD whatever you need in terms of staffing for that unit you will get whatever resources you need to look at and in fact commissioners say has been over these last months adding consistently to that unit we have to believe survivors let's be really clear any anybody in public service employees office or anyone who does not believe a survivor has done the wrong thing and it will be consequences but in terms of staffing it is there and if more is needed it will be there in terms of training I think there's been a lot more training and I'm a lot better approach whatever we need to do we're going to do so we will keep working with you I know the commissioners talked to many advocates will continue to we're going to keep working with you but I want everyone here to understand one thing we believe survivors that as the policy anyone it doesn't follow that policy is going to be in trouble let's take another phone call let's try Victoria in the Bronx again and see if we got a better line Victoria on W. NYC again high hello hi Victoria now I think we can hear.

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"health human services departments" Discussed on KTOK

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10:34 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on KTOK

"A few times during the interview but I have to talk to about a few things there's a lot going on in Washington but also this past week former president Obama said that eleven years ago he signed a piece of legislation that paved the way to this economy he's actually trying to take credit for the trump economy ten appreciate you coming on how are you thank you how are you doing I'm living the dream and it's always an absolute pleasure to have you along for the ride I will get to it to a ton of topics in your time is pretty tight but I have to start with something off the beaten path a little bit all of you so my tweet earlier yesterday former president Obama took credit for the economy he literally said eleven years ago I said all this all I said to I pave the way with my with my trillion dollars that he threw out the window I pave the way for all this growth that we're seeing basically Pat me on the back look how great I am ten I got to get your thoughts on that well you know it it would be reminiscent of Jimmy Carter saying that that that that he won the Cold War because his foreign policy with so disastrously bad Erika was so weak that it caused the country to elect Ronald Reagan which in turn run the one the Cold War about the same as Barack Obama his economic policies were a crane right they were they were all shovel ready jobs Ted and then later he admitted there were no shovel ready jobs nobody you see all these new stories ABC CBS NBC MSNBC CNN news week they'll pick this up and said this is a result of Obama maybe I'm remiss and you're smarter than I am you could help you could fix this I get this wrong during the Obama isn't he the one that said the manufacturing jobs are gone and not coming back is he the one that actually push to millions and millions of Americans on to entitlements isn't he the one under which all of the work force participation was at historic lows which by the way helped his unemployment rate unemployment right now is even lower than when he was in office in the work force participation is higher ten one of my mission every syllable of every word you just said is right and not only that Obama said there's nothing we can do to fix it and he said it would take a magic wand to bring those jobs back and take a magic wand to bring manufacturing jobs back it would take a magic wand to get the three percent GDP growth well you know what Mr Obama what the magic one it was just something called cutting taxes simplifying the tax code repeat repealing job killing regulations it works it works over and over and over again and Obama in burning another big government socialist don't understand it is a senator Ted Cruz always so great to have you live here in the program I just very quickly digested to finish that up a trillion dollars again that was not wisely spent and all those numbers that I said are absolutely true but also where you mention this he raised taxes which caused employers to lower pay drop employees then for god's sakes obamacare comes in that forced employers to make a decision if you give everybody health care if you got over fifty employees are lay people off or fire them many businesses went out of business many doctors stop being doctors look for other careers because they couldn't afford to stay in business have you lied about how much savings we would allegedly have because I don't get it I I mean I know what he's doing is so tomorrow night now the Democrats all claim this is Obama's economy by thirty tried that as as a matter of fact well you're not being fair I mean I mean somebody has to bank roll acord stealing votes in committing voter the bank bank roll cylinder on other corrupt companies right that go bankrupt because they make democratic donors wealthy right I look this is this is all nonsense spoke for eight years we had economic stagnation let me let me talk for a moment to every young person is listening to this broadcast under Barack Obama young people coming out of school could get jobs under Barack Obama you had young people have having to move into their parents garages because they couldn't couldn't get started in fact if you look at I remember the Wall Street journal in an article talking about a lost generation because young people who didn't get their first job did get their second job and ended up the income affects what for young people came out of school during the Obama administration will be with them for the rest of their lives you contrast it now today we have the lowest youth unemployment in seventy years young people if you care about jobs you don't want to embrace the big government high taxes high regulation failed policy of Obama and and by the way that's what everyone of these numbers called running for president the democratic advocating doing again yeah it is our center Ted Cruz always a pleasure to have you on live today on the program I will circle back to the economy if we have time we may not but I wanna go corona virus because people are really legitimately afraid of what's going on we don't know how many people have died in China we've heard really bad stories that it could be thousands and thousands we don't know but now we do know that it's here on our shores were we doing about this yeah well listen by any measure this thing is serious and it's dangerous about courting to the publicly available numbers there are over seventy one thousand cases of individuals infected with the virus and we know of over seventeen hundred fatality deaths that have happened most of those numbers are based on on on what China is admitting to we also know the China the communist government of China lies and they do so frequently the numbers could be substantially worse than that R. ET is a public health crisis and it and I will say I I I think the president and the administration they are treating it like the public health crisis India's business past week I organized a a briefing for FOR members the Senate commerce committee where we heard from the CDC the center for disease control and health Human Services department and the World Health Organization about the steps that are taking the president the administration did the right thing by holding commercial airline traffic to and from China that needed to be done I spoke to the president a day are at their queue after he did it he asked what I thought about that I said that the Xactly the right thing right yes we have a lot of commerce with China yet that has significant economic impact but but nobody wants to see a a potential pandemic that could endanger or or lose the lives of thousands of Americans so I think it was right the whole commercial air traffic in in the band our health professionals are working seriously they need to work even more seriously to contain this virus to learn how to treat it to learn how to prevent its transmission and and to keep people safe on the phone and senator Ted Cruz we always appreciate the time of the accessible to Seoul Ahmadi there there's a move that's happening in the Senate that that you're backing I guess the president mentioned it during the state of the union what is this all told money what we actually had a boat last week where where I introduced a resolution to commend the brave men and women of our military who took out all the money to come commend the brave men and women of our intelligence services in the comment president trump on a successful action taking out the world's most dangerous terrorists does a a man who was responsible for a minimum of six hundred and three deaths of US servicemen and women now that that resolution that a member that we voted on was taken almost word for word from a resolution the Senate passed congratulating president Obama when when the armed services took out Osama bin laden right the bin laden resolution passed the Senate a hundred nothing every Republican every every Democrats supported the resolution the resolution I introduced it passed the Senate as well and I got sixty four votes but I'm sorry to say thirty four Democrats voted no they were not willing to stand with our service men and women again the world's most dangerous terrorists it was a really sad unfortunate moment but I'm glad we got it passed for the rest of us to say thank you for the heroism and and for the major victory that's so crazy to me by the way great resolution Ted but what's crazy to me is that you and I both didn't like the majority what Obama did when it came to his policies and the way that he ran the country's agenda for us didn't make sense but when he got bin laden you when I stood in the high is not with them and yet you damn sure we got bin laden I mean why can't the left in this day and age is not that long after this is eight years later why can't we in this day and age the Democrats look at you look at look at properties I look I like a lot of what you guys say or do but damn you got one here look I'd say two things number one far too many Democrats they are the party of military weakness and weak foreign policy you know there was a time when there were what were called scoop Jackson Democrats strong on national defense they don't exist anymore you know Bernie tweeted out how our military is so much bigger than everyone else's and so we need to dramatically downsize our military I I pointed out that the guy that that that that that sure would make Russia and China North Korea and Iran really happy to weaken our military and you know what possibly could go wrong if we did that this Democratic Party is the party of of national security weakness number one but number to their party consumed by hatred means dominant team in the Democratic Party today and those folks running for president is hatred of Donald Trump and we saw that most profoundly during the state of the union address where they refuse to applaud for job they refused to apply for for higher wages they refused to applaud for the lowest African American unemployment in the history of this country in the lowest Hispanic unemployment in history the country it's not and instead you got Nancy Pelosi standing up and ripping the speech and Hannah what I would do for Barack Obama's state of the union address is I disagree with a lot of policies but I stood up I applauded I respected the office of the presidency because the American people elected him and these Democrats are just filled with partisan hatred it's really sad to see I know you've got a ton of stuff going on if you want I'll give you the extra thirty seconds or so if you want to tell me about A. O. C. and Sanders I know Michael Bloomberg in the things that are coming out about farmers and about blacks and Hispanics they were there really is a war on the blue color in this country isn't there there is that Bernie Sanders at IOC they're calling for banning fracking let me tell you what that would do that would take away up to fourteen million jobs in America a lot of.

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"health human services departments" Discussed on KTOK

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11:34 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on KTOK

"A few times during the interview but I have to talk to about a few things there's a lot going on in Washington but also this past week former president Obama said that eleven years ago he signed a piece of legislation to pave the way to this economy he's actually trying to take credit for the trump economy ten appreciate you coming on how are you thank you how are you doing I'm living the dream and it's always an absolute pleasure to have you along for the ride I will get to it to a ton of topics in your time is pretty tight but I have to start with something off the beaten path a little bit all of you so my tweet earlier yesterday former president Obama took credit for the economy he literally said eleven years ago I said all this all I said that I pave the way with my with my trillion dollars that he threw out the window I pave the way for all this growth that we're seeing basically Pat me on the back look how great I am ten I got to get your thoughts on that well you know it it would be reminiscent of Jimmy Carter saying that that that that he won the Cold War because his foreign policy with so disastrously bad Erika was so weak that it caused the country to elect Ronald Reagan which in turn run the one the Cold War about the same as Barack Obama his economic policies were a crane right they were new Rochelle ready jobs Ted and then later he admitted there were no shovel ready jobs nobody you see all these new stories ABC CBS NBC MSNBC CNN news week they'll pick this up and said this is a result of Obama yeah maybe I'm remiss and you're smarter than I am you could help you could fix this I get this wrong during the Obama isn't he the one that said the manufacturing jobs are gone and not coming back is he the one that actually push to millions and millions of Americans on to entitlements isn't he the one under which all of the work force participation was at historic lows which by the way helped his unemployment rate unemployment right now is even lower than when he was in office in the work force participation is higher ten one of my mission every syllable of every word you just said is right and not only that Obama said there's nothing we can do to fix it and he said it would take a magic wand to bring those jobs back and take a magic wand to bring manufacturing jobs back it would take a magic wand to get the three percent GDP growth well you know what Mr Obama what the magic one it was just something called cutting taxes will find the tax code repeat repealing job killing regulations it works it works over and over and over again and Obama in burning another big government socialist don't understand that it is US senator Ted Cruz always so great to have you live here in the program I just very quickly digested to finish that up a trillion dollars again that was not wisely spent and all those numbers that I said are absolutely true but also where you mention this you raise taxes which caused employers to lower pay drop employees then for god's sakes obamacare comes in that forced employers to make a decision if you give everybody health care if you got over fifty employees are lay people off or fire them many businesses went out of business many doctors stop being doctors look for other careers because they couldn't afford to stay in business and you lied about how much savings we would allegedly have okay I don't get it I I mean I know why he's doing it so tomorrow night now the Democrats all claim this is Obama's economy by thirty tried that as as a matter of fact well you're not being fair I mean I mean somebody has to bank roll acord stealing votes in committing voter the bank bank roll cylinder on other corrupt companies that go bankrupt because they make democratic donors wealthy right I look this is this is all nonsense spoke for eight years we had economic stagnation let me let me talk for a moment to every young person is listening to this broadcast under Barack Obama young people coming out of school could get jobs under Barack Obama you had young people have having to move into their parents garages because they couldn't couldn't get started in fact if you look at I remember the Wall Street journal in an article talking about a lost generation because young people who didn't get their first job did get their second job and ended up the income affects what for young people came out of school during the Obama administration will be with them for the rest of their lives you contrast it now today we have the lowest youth unemployment in seventy years young people if you care about jobs you don't want to embrace the big government high taxes high regulation failed policy of Obama and and by the way that's what everyone of these numbers called running for president the democratic advocating doing again yeah it is our center Ted Cruz always a pleasure to have you on live today on the program I will circle back to the economy if we have time we may not but I wanna go corona virus because people are really legitimately afraid of what's going on we don't know how many people have died in China we've hurt really bad stories that it could be thousands and thousands we don't know but now we do know that it's here on our shores were we doing about this yeah well listen by any measure this thing is serious and it's dangerous about courting to the publicly available numbers there are over seventy one thousand cases of individuals infected with the virus and we know of over seventeen hundred fatality deaths that have happened most of those numbers are based on on on what China is admitting to we also know the child the communist government of China lies and they do so frequently the numbers could be substantially worse than that R. ET is a public health crisis and it and I will say I I think the president and the administration they are treating it like the public health crisis it is this this past week I organized eight eight a briefing for FOR members the Senate commerce committee where we heard from the CDC the center for disease control health Human Services department and the World Health Organization about the steps that are taking the president the administration did the right thing by holding commercial airline traffic to and from China that needed to be done I spoke to the president a day are at their queue after he did it he asked what I thought about that I said that the Xactly the right thing right yes we have a lot of commerce with China yet that has significant economic impact but but nobody wants to see a a potential pandemic that could endanger or or lose the lives of thousands of Americans so I think it was right the whole commercial air traffic and and and our health professionals are working seriously they need to work even more seriously to contain the virus to learn how to treat it to learn how to prevent its transmission and and to keep people safe on the phone and senator Ted Cruz always appreciate the time of the access on the go to Seoul Ahmadi there there's a move that's happening in the Senate that that you're backing I guess the president mentioned it during the state of the union what is this all told money what we actually had a boat last week where where I introduced a resolution to commend the brave men and women of our military who took out Solomonic and commend the brave men and women of our intelligence services in the comment president trump on a successful action taking out the world's most dangerous terrorist a a man who was responsible for a minimum of six hundred and three deaths of US servicemen and women now that that resolution that amendment that we voted off was taken almost word for word from a resolution the Senate passed congratulating president Obama went when the armed services took out Osama bin laden right the bin laden resolution passed the Senate a hundred nothing every Republican every every Democrat supported the resolution the resolution I introduced it passed the Senate as well and I got sixty four votes but I'm sorry to say thirty four Democrats voted no they were not willing to stand with our service men and women again the world's most dangerous terrorists it was a really sad unfortunate moment but I'm glad we got it passed for the rest of us to say thank you for the heroism and then for the major victory that's so crazy to me by the way great resolution Ted but what's crazy to me is that you and I both didn't like the majority what Obama did when it came to his policies and the way that he ran the country's agenda for us didn't make sense but when he got bin laden you when I stood in the high is not with them and yet you damn sure we got bin laden I mean why can't the left in this day and age is not that long after this is eight years later why can't we in this day and age the Democrats look at you look at look at properties I look I like a lot of what you guys say or do but damn you got one here look I'd say two things number one far too many Democrats they are the party of military weakness and weak foreign policy you know there was a time when there were what were called scoop Jackson Democrats strong on national defense they don't exist anymore you know Bernie tweeted out how our military is so much bigger than everyone else's and so we need to dramatically downsize our military I I pointed out that the guy that that that that that sure would make Russia and China North Korea and Iran really happy to weaken our military and you know what possibly could go wrong if we did that this Democratic Party is the party of of national security weakness number one but number to their party consumed by hatred means dominant team in the Democratic Party today and those folks running for president is hatred of Donald Trump and we saw that most profoundly during the state of the union address where they refuse to applaud for job they refuse to apply for for higher wages they refused to applaud for the lowest African American unemployment in the history of the lowest Hispanic unemployment in history the country it's not and instead you got Nancy Pelosi standing up and ripping the speech and Hannah what I would do for Barack Obama's state of the union address is I disagree with a lot of policies but I stood up I applauded I respected the office of the presidency because the American people elected him and these Democrats are just filled with partisan hatred it's really sad to see I know you've got a ton of stuff going on if you want I'll give you the extra thirty seconds or so if you want to tell me about A. O. C. and Sanders I know Michael Bloomberg in the things that are coming out about farmers and about blacks and Hispanics they were there really is a war on the blue color in this country isn't there there is that Bernie Sanders at IOC they're calling for banning fracking let me tell you what that would do that would take away up to fourteen million jobs in America a lot of blue collar jobs take weight over a million jobs in Texas these guys are radical your talk about devastating impact in Texas and blue collar jobs across the country let me tell you how Republicans win we are the party of jobs were the party of working men and women the Democrats are the party of billionaire socialist who want to keep power but they're willing to take away blue collar jobs that's wrong and that those are the stakes in this election Ted Cruz dot org Ted Cruz dot org Ted Cruz dot org that is senator Ted Cruz Republican the great state of Texas pet thanks a million thank you my friend god bless god will depreciate Ted stopping by your thoughts so we just heard one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty Joe pags dot com keep it right here new message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools.

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"health human services departments" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The interview but I have to talk to about a few things there's a lot going on in Washington but also this past week former president Obama said that eleven years ago he signed a piece of legislation that paved the way to this economy he's actually trying to take credit for the trump economy had appreciate you coming on how are you thank you how are you doing I'm living the dream and it's always an absolute pleasure to have you along for the ride I will get to it to a ton of topics in your time is pretty tight but I have to start with something off the beaten path a little bit all of you so my tweet earlier yesterday former president Obama took credit for the economy he literally said eleven years ago I set all this off I said that I pave the way with my with my trillion dollars that he threw out the window I pave the way for all this growth that we're seeing basically Pat me on the back look how great I am ten I got to get your thoughts on that well you know it it would be reminiscent of Jimmy Carter saying that that that that he won the Cold War because his foreign policy with so disastrously bad Erika was so weak that it caused the country to elect Ronald Reagan which in turn run the one the Cold War about the same as Barack Obama his economic policies were a crane right they were new Rochelle ready jobs Ted and then later he admitted there were no shovel ready jobs nobody you see all these new stores ABC CBS NBC MSNBC CNN news week they'll pick this up and said this is a result of Obama maybe I'm remiss and you're smarter than I am you could help you could fix this I get this wrong during the Obama isn't he the one that said the manufacturing jobs are gone and not coming back is he the one that actually push to millions and millions of Americans on to entitlements isn't he the one under which all of the work force participation was at historic lows which by the way helped his unemployment rate good employment right now is even lower than when he was in office in the work force participation is higher ten one of my mission every syllable of every word you just said is right and not only that Obama said there's nothing we can do to fix it he said it would take a magic wand to bring those jobs back and take a magic wand to bring manufacturing jobs back it would take a magic wand to get the three percent GDP growth well you know what Mr Obama what the magic one it was just something called cutting taxes will find the tax code repeat repealing job killing regulations it works it works over and over and over again and Obama in burning another big government socialist don't understand it is US senator Ted Cruz always so great to have you live here in the program I just very quickly digested to finish that up a trillion dollars again that was not wisely spent and all those numbers that I said are absolutely true but also where you mention this you raise taxes which caused employers to lower pay drop employees then for god's sakes obamacare comes in that forced employers to make a decision if you give everybody health care if you got over fifty employees are lay people off or fire them many businesses went out of business many doctors stop being doctors look for other careers because they couldn't afford to stay in business have you lied about how much savings we would allegedly have because I don't get it I I mean I know what he's doing is so tomorrow night now the Democrats all claim this is Obama's economy by thirty tried better as a matter of fact well pad you're not being fair I mean I mean somebody has to bank roll acord stealing votes in committing voter fraud the bank bank roll cylinder on other corrupt companies right that go bankrupt because they make democratic donors wealthy right I look this is this is all nonsense spoke for eight years we had economic stagnation let me let me talk for a moment to every young person is listening to this broadcast under Barack Obama young people coming out of school could get jobs under Barack Obama you had young people have having to move into their parents garages because they couldn't couldn't get started in fact if you look at I remember the Wall Street journal in an article talking about a lost generation because young people who didn't get their first job did get their second job and it ended up the income affects what for young people came out of school during the Obama administration will be with them for the rest of their lives you contrast it now today we have the lowest youth unemployment in seventy years you care about young people if you care about jobs you don't want to embrace the big government high taxes high regulation failed policy of Obama and and by the way that's what everyone of these numbers called running for president the democratic advocating doing again yeah it is our center Ted Cruz always a pleasure to have you on live today on the program I will circle back to the economy if we have time we may not but I wanna go corona virus because people are really legitimately afraid of what's going on we don't know how many people have died in China we've heard really bad stories that it could be thousands and thousands we don't know but now we do know that it's here on our shores were we doing about this yeah well listen by any measure this thing is serious and it's dangerous according to the publicly available numbers there are over seventy one thousand cases of individuals infected with the virus and we know of over seventeen hundred fatality deaths that have happened most of those numbers are based on on on what China is admitting to we also know the China the communist government of China lies and they do so frequently the numbers could be substantially worse than they are it is a public health crisis and it and I will say I I think the president and the administration they are treating it like the public health crisis it is this this past week I organized a eight a briefing for for members of the Senate commerce committee where we heard from the CDC the center for disease control and health Human Services department and the World Health Organization about the steps that are taking the president the administration did the right thing by holding commercial airline traffic to and from China that needed to be done I spoke to the president a day are at their queue after he did it he asked what I thought about that I said that the Xactly the right thing right yes we have a lot of commerce with China yes that has significant economic impact but but nobody wants to see a a potential pandemic that could endanger or lose the lives of thousands of Americans so I think it was right the whole commercial air traffic and and and our health professionals are working seriously they need to work even more seriously to contain the virus to learn how to treat it to learn how to prevent its transmission and and to keep people safe on the phone and senator Ted Cruz always appreciate the time to be accessible to Seoul Ahmadi there there's a move that's happening in the Senate that that you're backing I guess the president mentioned it during the state of the union what is this on soul money what we actually had a boat last week where it where I introduced a resolution to commend the brave men and women of our military who took out all the money to come commend the brave men and women of our intelligence services and to commend president trump on a successful action taking out the world's most dangerous terrorists does a a man who was responsible for a minimum of six hundred and three deaths of US servicemen and women now that that resolution that amendment that we voted on was taken almost word for word from a resolution the Senate passed congratulating president Obama went when the armed services took out Osama bin laden right the bin laden resolution passed the Senate a hundred nothing every Republican every every Democrats supported the resolution the resolution I introduced it passed the Senate as well and I got sixty four votes but I'm sorry to say thirty four Democrats voted no they were not willing to stand with our service men and women again the world's most dangerous terrorists it was a really sad unfortunate moment but I'm glad we got it passed for the rest of us to say thank you for the heroism and then for the major victory that's so crazy to me by the way great resolution Ted but what's crazy to me is that you and I both didn't like the majority what Obama did when it came to his policies and the way that he ran the country's agenda for us didn't make sense but when he got bin laden you when I stood in the high is not with them and yet you damn sure we got bin laden I mean why can't the left in this day and age is not that long after this is eight years later why can't we in this day and age the Democrats look at you look at look at properties I look I like a lot of what you guys say or do but damn you got one here look I'd say two things number one far too many Democrats they are the party of military weakness and weak foreign policy you know there was a time when there were what were called scoop Jackson Democrats strong on national defense they don't exist anymore you know Bernie tweeted out how our military is so much bigger than everyone else's and so we need to dramatically downsize our military I I pointed out that the guy that that that that that sure would make Russia and China North.

Washington Obama president
"health human services departments" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Back my friend my senator he's a great guy doing great work up in DC it senator Ted Cruz already to thank you are you doing I'm living the dream and it's always an absolute pleasure to have you along for the ride we get to it to a ton of topics of your time is pretty tight but I have to start with something off the beaten path a little bit all of you so much we earlier yesterday former president Obama took credit for the economy he literally said eleven years ago I said all this all I said that I paved the way with my with my trillion dollars that he threw out the window I pave the way for all this growth that we're seeing basically Pat me on the back look how great I am ten I got to get your thoughts on a well you know it it would be reminiscent of Jimmy Carter saying that that that that he won the Cold War because his foreign policy with so disastrously bad Erika was so weak that it because the country to elect Ronald Reagan which in turn run the won the Cold War that's the same as Barack Obama his economic policies were a crane right they were any jobs that and then later gave me that there were no shovel ready jobs nobody you see all these two stories ABC CBS NBC MSNBC CNN news week they'll pick this up and said this is a result of Obama maybe I'm remiss in you're smarter than I am you could help you could fix this I get this wrong didn't Obama isn't he the one that said the manufacturing jobs are gonna not coming back is he the one that actually pushed it millions and millions of Americans on to entitlement isn't he the one under which all the work force participation was at historic lows which by the way helped his employment rate good point right now is even lower than when he was in office in the work force participation is higher ten one of my mission every syllable of every word you just said is right and not only that Obama said there's nothing we can do to fix it and he said it would take a magic wand to bring those jobs back you take a magic wand to bring manufacturing jobs back it would take a magic long to get the three percent GDP growth well you know what Mr Obama won the magic one it was just something called cutting taxes we'll find the tax code with peek repealing the job killing regulations it works it works over and over and over again and Obama in Bernie another big government socialist don't understand it is a senator Ted Cruz always so great to have you live here in the program I just very quickly digested to finish that up a trillion dollars again that was not wisely spent in all those numbers that I said are absolutely true but also where you mention this he raised taxes which caused employers to lower pay drop employees then for god sakes obamacare comes in that forced employers to make a decision if you give everybody health care if you got over fifty employees are lay people offer fire them many businesses went out of business many doctors stop being doctors look for other careers because they couldn't afford to stay in business he lied about how much savings we would allegedly have because I don't get it I mean I know what he's doing is so tomorrow night now the Democrats all claim this is a bomb was economy binary tried that as as a matter of fact well you're not being fair I mean I mean somebody has to bank roll a chord stealing votes in committing motor the bank bank roll cylinder on other corrupt company break that go bankrupt because they make democratic donors wealthy right I look this is this is all nonsense spoke for eight years we had economic stagnation let me let me talk for a moment to every young person is listening to this broadcast under Barack Obama young people coming out of school could get jobs under Barack Obama you had young people have having to move into their parents garages because they couldn't couldn't get started in fact if you look at a member the Wall Street journal in an article talking about a lost generation because young people who didn't get their first job did get their second job and ended up the income affects what for young people came out of school during the Obama administration will be with them for the rest of their lives you contrast it now today we have the lowest youth unemployment in seventy years you care about young people if you care about jobs you don't want to embrace the big government high taxes high regulation failed policy of Obama and by the way that's what everyone of these numb skulls running for president the Democrat is advocating doing yeah it is a senator Ted Cruz always a pleasure to have you on live today on the program I will circle back to the economy if we have time we may not but I wanna go corona virus because people are really legitimately afraid of what's going on we don't know how many people have died in China we've heard really bad stories there could be thousands and thousands we don't know but now we do know that it's here on our shores what we do about this yeah well listen by any measure this thing is serious and it's dangerous about cording to the publicly available numbers there are over seventy one thousand cases of individuals infected with the virus and we know of over seventeen hundred fatalities yeah that happened most of those numbers are based on on on what China is admitting to we also know the China the communist government of China lives they do so frequently numbers could be substantially worse than that are you it is a public health crisis and and I will say I I think the president and the administration they are treating it like a public health crisis that is this this past week I organized a a briefing for for members the Senate commerce committee what we heard from the CDC the centers for disease control health Human Services department and the World Health Organization about the steps that are taking the president the administration did the right thing by holding commercial airline traffic to and from China that needed to be done I spoke to the president a day are at their queue after he did it he asked what I thought about that I said that's exactly the right thing right yes we have a lot of commerce with China yes that has significant economic impact but but nobody wants to see a a potential pandemic that could endanger or or lose the lives of thousands of American so I think it was right to hold commercial air traffic in in in our health professionals are working seriously they need to work even more seriously to contain the virus to learn how to treat it to learn how to prevent its transmission and and keep people safe on the phone senator Ted Cruz I always appreciate the time of the access to the soul Ahmadi big there's a move that's happening in the Senate that but you're backing I guess the president mentioned it during the state of the union what is this on soul money what we actually had a boat last week where where I do state a resolution to command the brave men and women of our military who took out out solo money to come command the brave men and women of our intelligence services in the comment president trump on a successful action taking out the world's most dangerous terrorist a a man who was responsible for a minimum of six hundred and three deaths of US servicemen and women now that that resolution I remember that we voted off was taken almost word for word from a resolution the Senate passed congratulating president Obama when when the armed services took out Osama bin laden right the bin laden resolution passed the Senate a hundred nothing every Republican every every Democrat support the revolution the resolution I introduced it passed the Senate as well and I got sixty four votes but I'm sorry to say thirty four Democrats voted no they were not willing to stand with our service men and women again the world's most dangerous terrorist it was a really sad unfortunate moment but I'm glad we got it passed for the rest of us to say thank you for the heroism and then for the major victory that's so crazy to me by the way great resolution Ted but what's crazy to me is a you and I both didn't like the majority what Obama did when it came to his policies and the way that he ran the country's agenda for us didn't make sense but when he got bin laden you when I stood my high is not with them yeah you damn sure we got bin laden I mean why can't the left in this day and age is not that long after this is eight years later why can't we this day in age I the the Democrats look at you look at look at probably say look I like a lot of what you guys say or do but damn you got one here look at stake to number one far too many Democrats they are the party of military weakness and a weak foreign policy you know there was a time when there were what were called scoop Jackson Democrat yes Roman national defense they don't exist anymore you know Bernie tweeted out how our military is so much bigger than everyone else isn't so we need to dramatically downsize our military I I pointed out the debts that got that that that that that sure would make Russia and China North Korea and Iran really happy to weaken our military and you know what possibly could go wrong if we did that this Democratic Party is a party of of national security weakness number one but number two their party consumed by hatred main dominant theme in the Democratic Party today and those folks running for president is hatred of Donald Trump and we saw that most profoundly during the state of the union address when they refuse to apply for jobs they refuse to apply for for higher wages they refuse to applaud for the lowest African American unemployment in the history of this the lowest unemployment in his through the country it's not bad you got Nancy Pelosi standing up and ripping the speech and Hannah what I would do for Barack Obama state of the union addresses I disagree with a lot of this policy but I still about five plotted I respected the office of the presidency because the American people elected him and beans Democrats are just filled with partisan hatred it's really sad to see I know you've got a ton of stuff going on if you want I'll give you the extra thirty seconds or so if you want to tell me about a seein Sanders I know Michael Bloomberg in the things that are coming out about farmers and about blacks and Hispanics they were there really is a war on the blue collar in this country isn't there there is that Bernie Sanders today see they're calling for banning fracking let me tell you what that would do that would take away up to fourteen million jobs in America a lot of blue collar jobs take weight over a million jobs in Texas these guys are radical you'll talk about devastating impact in Texas and blue collar jobs across the country let me tell you how Republicans win we are the party of jobs where the party of working men and women the Democrats are the party of billionaire socialist who want to keep power but they're willing to take away blue collar jobs that's wrong and that those are the stakes in this election Ted Cruz dot org Ted Cruz dot org Ted Cruz dot org is senator Ted Cruz Republican the race to the Texas tech thanks a million thank you my friend god bless god bless your right back we're back after this so the Joe pack just a writer.

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"health human services departments" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is the fix it show with Tom phase on WTMJ the twenty three W. TMG thirty five degrees thank you for less than this weekend WTMJ course Packers tomorrow's could be a great game looking for to the giants yeah we need one we definitely need one after last week let's say I had the west bend that's were merry as a merry good morning morning morning I have a our question answer I live in a fifty year old home fifty plus year old home when my husband was with me he always took care of that a staff deciding by painting but now it's really shipped help so the painting is actually chipping off for the actual signing materials is chipping all the painting especially on the south side of the house and I heard you can't pressure wash it you can't scrape that I'd like it cited can is that possible it is possible to side but you have to go over the top of it and and we've done it before yeah we have before yeah go side over the top of his best deciding you can't drill into it or anything like that and if it cracks is behind the siding and deciding then is considered an enclosed system at that point but yeah is fires scraping and painting it you have to contact a painter for that as far as you get into an idea on how to fix a painting or if you're going to go that route at I would rather side the blasted thing I didn't know you could fight over the top of the fast stuff we've done it it's Benjamin would you know the process is that it is a phone war goes down or is strips you put strips of wood down and mark to the strips there's a couple different ways of doing it so in that case Sir when you do the siding lot of times you just pound a nail through the siding obviously it'll crack some of it will crack at that point yeah you can't draw through it I've seen where you put like purring strips over the top of it but then that bombs out you know the the it sets the windows in a little bit further kind of makes it little bit more of a telescope look mmhm what do you do that what do we do we've given the situation every job is slightly different so we have to see it in order to get the best recommendation for you know two guys every you know especially siding is done differently on different homes where I've seen it on a couple different ways and there's no city ordinance about doing this I don't know about that the other route is if you really wanted to the S. best just remove your hat you have to hire an asbestos contractor and there's only a couple of them in the state and they'll they'll add some cost of the project but it's peace of mind that knowing that the stuff is gone okay it can you give me your number please sure you're in west bend were in Germantown same Washington County and easy to get to yeah our phone number is two six two two five five seven one seven zero and we open on Monday at nine o'clock okay thank you so very much thanks for calling all right it's like ask your neighbor right yeah that old fiber cement siding or some Memphis best expresses siding it's hard to deal with because it yeah it it cracks and breaks is it yeah actually if you can get paid to stick to it works pretty well yeah but eventually you got to do something with it and I've never heard good stories about removing it or I know it's difficult to work as over the top it is difficult to work over the top of it and to give it in a solid answer of this is how we do it it's you know it's it's a it's a work in progress sometimes rom get it done properly and without trip and then break in the materials and stuff there's an art to it sure high school that has to do with how the window casings and how far they extended and in a flash it and do all the proper materials especially siding I've had customers pay their contractor to remove the siding and then we side over the you know now new materials it's the your new house yeah then you're gonna get a two minute door question via text we got a ten year old east facing metal clad door I noticed the bottom four inches on the door is bucking and a separated off the doors core what can be done if anything that's a great question you look at the edge of the door you know and if it's a wood edge door it could actually be rotting and when their separation of riding underneath of the the metal scans the only way you can do anything about that is to replace it yeah it's going yeah it it it could be a failure of the product I mean if it's ten years old and it gets splashed on constantly the space into was facing yeah I'll get water pendant you know hitting it earned and when water sits at the bottom of the door it could win again I've got multiple pictures on my in devices of doors metal doors that have failed especially with what edges okay so the only way to solve that is zero or replace a matter of fact we know a guy all American all your so what would you say what we got in the show room that's good we have everything in the showroom is get their data and come out is that a trick question he was everything's good in the show room you so we have entrance doors we have fiber glass doors steel doors again but that the steel doors that's actually steal legend steel edged so from that perspective they painter men I do all the priming and everything else so that it actually has a lifetime warranty against rusting sure and I guess the caller who had the door that was failing the other thing you would produce local over head of the gutter balls and there could be gutters sooner that are leaking right in that corner there yeah you're right because I've seen it before where of the gutters over leak right there could be there are no better straight there there's a variety of reasons but if there is no overhang directly in that area anyways you could still end up getting that direct attack from of the rain at that specific door sure I'm sorry I like the whole point that if it continues to gets exposed to water yes you're going to have a problem yeah anything that's continually exposed to water specially if it's an unfinished wood can can rot good 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"health human services departments" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thanks for listening everyone Jervis on Dr Phil knight professor Leslie who we thank you for being with us and you're helping us think better and different here but there's a lot of synergy and the way we think and the values we have in the show and how you're investing your one handful of life into this this mission this passion that you have to I think so many use the term equity used a little bit ago and I see more of the social determinants of health being viewed through the lens of equity than ever before and I think that's got to be a value that you guys are that you personally and your profession is embracing it is absolutely and we have a whole area called equity planning and I think it's the basis of how I think about my work mmhm and so into systems to a lot of it is is under thing the historical you know the systems that have created our current inequities and then thinking about what strategies can we do to try to redress a lot of the inequities that we have whether it's from a health perspective three food systems or access to resources as we talked about small farmers for entrepreneurs and to to ten and level the playing field and make use of a lot of people that have left been left out of the conversation until now I think it's again you know all is always my my years of working in community always tells me when you invest in the community it's an investment that has a high return and so you know equity isn't just about winners and losers it's about winners and winners and that's to me the most exciting thing about the whole movement it's about how does the whole community benefit from when you prioritize making sure everyone can use their skills to their potential right because fundamentally we're talking about the potential from the whole community just doesn't belong to some it belongs to us all in the more all of our potential rises the better we're all going to be right I mean that's and that's pretty exciting and I know you've just finished some work recently with food gathers which is one of our awesome food banks in Michigan and so I think it be good to hear a little bit about how did that project go and you know what were some of your conclusions sure so we started talking with food gathers actually was their idea was mark cal Miller that I started working with that food gathers which is based in Washington County and there was concern I think with the food bank councils well around the reinstatement of the work requirements for snap poorly what we refer to in the passes food stamps and and it was coming down the road and that also the Michigan department of health and Human Services in Washington County I think at the state level was also concerned you know and as you know these were work requirements that were actually implemented initially with the welfare Reform Act in nineteen ninety six and and states had the right to ask for waivers when unemployment rates were high enough and that had after the two thousand eight recession for quite awhile Michigan had that exemption and so didn't have to require people to work a certain number out of hours to be eligible in these are able bodied working adults you know these are individuals without dependence that don't have disabilities so we were concerned about the impact of food gathers especially was concerned about the impact it was gonna have on them on food pantries that they serve over a hundred food pantries in Washoe county and the number of people that were suddenly in a rush of them once these work requirements were put in place because what it means as able bodied working adults can only work hello can only access snap for three months out of a three year period if they don't then begin to work eighty hours of months or volunteer or being an approved training program and so we studied as it was implemented initially in four counties one of them in Washoe county we started doing interviews right after the work requirements were put in place with a lot of food pantries we did a survey with over a hundred of the pantries of food gathers service we did a lot of surveys face to face surveys with individuals in a number of places broadly to understand food security and how food security affects people differently whether they have it or are a food and secure and also trying to find people who are losing their benefits because they weren't able to meet the work requirements to see what kind of impact that was having on them and one thing we did is similar to feed America's survey is we asked individuals about their trade offs and it was very clear even when people were able to maintain their snap benefits that they faced remarkable trade offs with paying for utilities with healthcare housing transportation and and so it it really illustrated this point I was making earlier that if urban planners aren't aware of health food and security affects their communities it's going to undermine their efforts to try to ensure that everybody has adequate at access to housing and basic utilities health planning and health care you know gets affected transportation and any other finding was that the non profits that are often helping people try to navigate the snap systems and offering food assistance emergency food assistance were many of them were over burdened not to the degree that we expected but it was still noticeable that and it was especially noticeable in the non profits that offer what we call wraparound services so not just a food pantry but may the assistance with getting transportation to try to find work or they might have as a place where you can find clothing or assistance with healthcare for instance those are the ones getting the most that increase in people coming to them and we also found a lot of confusion around two is really eligible so we think a lot of people might have felt fallen through the cracks in this is not for trying you know food gathers and the Michigan health department health Human Services department did a remarkable effort to try to ensure that non profits knew what was going to happen and so that individuals did too and but it largely showed that even with the best intentions to to prepare for the changes these non profits were still really struggling and many of them are really critical to getting people on snap but they're not getting the support they need from the state to be able to do that and many of them are financially struggling and to have even more people rely on them when we keep making it very difficult for people to access basic services basic needs like food it places the burden that I think local government should really make government in general the state should make is their responsibility to ensure that people have basic access to basic needs like food it places the burden on our non profits and stresses our communities even further so I I I'm feeling your pain there because the some of the administrative changes that we've talked about here on the show broad based categorical eligibility moving from the consumer price index to the chained consumer price index in all of these are used to determine whether people are eligible for benefits or not right the changes that have been proposed in the administration of I see that you know not as a solution for poverty where they're rolling folks off of their roles and inspect the swing finning our lines absolutely yeah although I will say one one change that I'm excited about that at least the state of Michigan is implementing is this effort to try to cut down on the paperwork and the world peace workload I mean some of these case workers have I think up to eight hundred cases that they have to manage so I really have a lot of empathy for case workers it's much more of a structural issue that they're having to face from the federal level but at least in Michigan there's been a change I think that's coming down in December where assets can be higher and people only can verbally verify their assets which cuts down on remarkable paperwork right and basically allows then case workers to really focus on what they should be focusing on which is getting people you know giving giving them the basic needs that they need right away and some of the criticism for that change you know that is that has come is focused around this is self declaration right and so I think the point that gets missed a lot in that concern is I don't really want to stand in a parking lot in the dead of winter for a mobile distribution absolutely to get food to help my family so you know I don't have a problem with the self declaration part of this because I don't think anybody wants to be there any more or any longer than they absolutely have to be exactly the dignity involves N. and ensuring we have our basic needs as often really overlooked and I think one bigger issue is a lot of times those of us in the middle and upper class don't recognize that so many of the privileges that we have are quite often supported by government but it's much more hidden we don't have to fill fill out a lot of paperwork we don't have to stand in line to get our basic needs right but it's under rite aid quite often my government without us recognizing it I also think that the way you treat somebody depends all too often and whose fault you think it is you know so if you see that this though what's really going on is that person's fault and so I'm gonna make damn sure they don't take advantage of me right because it's not my fault right if you put that she won the other foot and you say you know how have I contributed to the way things are that that has you know created systems that that mean people have to do this right yeah so how do I make this as easy for them as possible if I think that I am at least somewhat to blame I'm going to treat someone differently right I'm gonna say I'm sorry right I'm not gonna say dang it what are you doing and I I do think that that shift in perspective is important as we think about the people that were serving I can tell you this most people would be very very happy to have a job that pays enough and enough time in the day take and and not have any trade offs and have all the choices to pay all their bills the way most of us do almost everyone would rather have that so you know casting blame is a dangerous thing and one of the side effects is not treating people right right professor Leslie who E..

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"health human services departments" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"health human services departments" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Just take it back to a distant memory there's no real real distance is just. I was caught. and some of you may have been there. come to us from Jimmy Swaggart meets what's his name. Joe Louis because of all three of my cousins by the weather all learn to play piano on the same panel in the same house at the same time anyway Mickey Gilley put this place together reason I'm I'm thinking about this I will be obvious in a minute why I'm thinking about this but. the that place is like going into a the Ford Rouge plant I mean it's just huge yeah I would just like twelve thousand square miles or something like that I'm sorry I'm exaggerating Saloum thousand three hundred square miles but big in the end one rooms got the ball and I ride the boulder thrown across room though the room has a lot of bulls with big **** horns I mean real so I went to Lee Runnels by the when I sent it those drugged up you can have those things in and people get up on to get a picture taken like telling me he said well they're not really drug but in. young living a little shot to calm down we'll be getting killed in here but and then they have a dance floor that's a seven thousand square feet our our miles rather and just a just a ball breaking bad outstanding but where I'm going with this is they had this thing in their own to do this all the time but they had done. skull Frito pie. you take a bag of fritos problem do with a big Honkin bag but thick one of them little individual size Friedel bags the term the top off and then you sort of a cold it so it's open the got a group of from the bottom you don't screw up and drop this and then they take a a ladle of Chile and the port right on top of freedom. that's it and then they give you spoons. I was the only fifteen is the. for you know five you ever had them again you take a you probably use Wendy's chili or your own homemade chili whatever but they had really good to have a what kind it was but. was a Wendy's. but and what I like when he still wants to show is better but you take the free does tear the top backs come like when the middle individual potato chip size bags right and the you put a little of Chile on there yeah there you go you're welcome now they also had to could put cheese and everyone door on his loss but who cares about that instead of standing. Frito pie. it's American exceptionalism is what does you know they'd never seem to select and Europe the millionaires the one that I mean they have the stuff right there no one thing to do that now they have the free will sit in Italy and then in Italy in the same place and essentially it never say he ripped the top off and puts some Chilean they're not to be too busy taken like pears cut them in a very thin wafer thin slices and putting them in some kind of expensive white wine the thing was sent around for a couple days in and sipping it at of they don't know what the hell they're doing over there I'm a clue. George Soros us spends nearly nine million Bucks to get your firearm away from you says liberal billionaire George sausage and say James Bond villain progressive psychotic funder of fascism George Soros advocacy organizations are lobbying lawmakers on Capitol Hill it's happening right now to repeal an act protecting firearms manufacturers sort of touch base on this yesterday here's what's important now many was a call your congressman yeah right this if that's going to help but you need to build a fire and your congressman or congresswoman or whatever. the ones that you can which might not even be in your your your congressman anytime I've everyone to get something done at least advocacy from a political hack I don't call the ones in Michigan now I call up of cut congressman congresswoman centers a sundress in different states I will always say well you're not in my district as I know but my centers Debbie Stabenow then the the guy answered the phone with yeah I get it I so would you just please tell your senator to take in the consideration that we heard America think this way by the way Senate works for the US in order for states. Woodrow Wilson's on that anyway the up this is very important that the Senate don't does not go with us now they remain. ball work is that with a colorable walked whatever let's say let's say they remain a wall against us with what sources trying to get done is if you're a firearms manufacturer war you manufacture ammunition and somebody shoots somebody with your ammunition or this guy's a firearm you will get sued and everything you have gets taken away from you and you have to get a job working in the soft cloth car wash not that there's anything wrong with that. the brit is so this this is service right now behind the scenes and and I'm I'm telling you this in conjunction with the peace we went over throughout most of the show which is the left has a five hundred million dollar dark money ATM machine called Arabella and then we've got Soros who's part of their ability as well and vice versa and this is even bring into consideration. the the time Styrum people like that the Bloomberg so I guess the reason I'm telling you this is so you're aware of course but I'm also I'm waxing quizzical I don't know those big words mean but the thing is is that how do we do what do we have anybody that's equivalent of this on our side. I forget the the name of the operation we're working with Steve Bannon. and Montagu's owners and they were in large part funding a lot of what Ben was doing. how how long did that last by the way anybody in our Sega's vilified our site be we the thinking side. so I don't know how we how we contracted. but I know you're aware of it and if you don't know but it's kind of multi billions of dollars I don't either but if you do maybe they could Tossa millions toward shutting down these guys yeah that's what it's all about I'm not talking about not letting me have the first amendment but I'm I'm saying that we need an education service just as big on our side as they have on there you got propaganda only one guy which it which it is being also call it there are championing the left fascism whatever what they're doing is they're running a propaganda campaign which is in essence an education campaign but they're giving people the wrong education you get that so our side needs to be even trickier again David Horowitz said that we need to be ten percent less nice now would be forty percent last night and a hundred percent more educational. now this one really really really just me what they call pause again I don't have a clue what that means. Transnistrian sister this is from daily caller. hi this is opposed by some empress white is considering using Amazon echo an apple watch these are truly robot units in your house kinda like Big Brother had that kind of the oval opaque thing on the wall the slight it was constant watch you were talking to you that's what these are and what they're doing is they're watching you and listening to determine if you should own a gun hi. the trump administration is considering opposed the proposal that. that would use Google Amazon apple to collect data and users who exhibit characteristics of mental illness and will lead to violent behavior. you know I I I can't think of any offhand. but I know in some point somewhere. I was in a room saying something that people go he's insane. he's cool right. yeah so that right there would give me a social score probably what negative sixty two. the proposal is part of it and and and if you think the things I was saying is because usually the ticket was talking with me at the time. that's. I'm talking about ex girlfriend the proposal is part of an initiative to create I health advanced research projects event agency well that that's a mouthful health advanced research projects agency that's Harper HAARP a sounds like something. telling Big Brother which would be located inside health Human Services department that's been once is name there the report notes citing sources inside the administration the new agency I hate when they arrive here the word new agency I would have a separate budget I hate when I hear the words of a budget and the president will be responsible for appointing its director this is not good. Donald call they put a lot of your call me. Harper would take after defense advanced research projects agency don't your don't pass out stay with me that's called DARPA dump others Harper and now DARPA. I think DARPA is the one that plays the piano I think her but does the Harper from that mistake which service serves as a research arm for the Pentagon. the idea was first crafted two thousand seventeen. but has since gotten renewed push after mass shootings killed thirty one people in el Paso Texas yeah well so for that reason we need a new agency that.

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