18 Burst results for "March, 2017"

"march, 2017" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Sure. I'm going to take you to the height of the war against ISIS in March 2017. On that morning, ISIS was still holding a great deal of territory and talent anvil was doing a number of strikes to prepare for the invasion of an area along the Euphrates river that was full of small farming villages. Essentially, they wanted to hit any target that they could so that a week later when Syrian allied forces came in, they wouldn't face much resistance. So on that morning, before dawn, they sent a couple drones over this area and one of the drones was circling over a small farming village called karama. At the time, they're not only talent is watching this stuff, but so are the drone crews that are flying the aircraft and intelligence analysts watching from the United States. And what they see in the high definition camera is a town that's asleep. You know, dark, flat roofed houses, no one's out. They have heat sensors that can see people really closely even in the dark and there's no movement. Talon anvil lets everybody in the team know, hey, we want to find a lot of targets today because we wanted to use all of the bombs and missiles on the drone and go home empty. They have a special term for that in the military called going Winchester. So they tell everyone, hey, we want to go Winchester today, find us some targets. But at that point, it's really quiet. They're flying around not seeing anything. Talent anvil lets the team know that there's a building of interest that they have some intelligence about. That is an ISIS command center. They focus in on this command center and see no movement..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Today everybody brought to you by honey, American giant and credit karma, but we'll tell you about that later. For now, let's begin with what is and forever will be the rope report. Four stories today. Bakers dozen. And Janet, it is a big Nintendo newsday, which is why it's only appropriate that we have me and you, the current co host of the kind of funny PlayStation podcast, PS love you XXO to break it all down for the people, because even though we love PlayStation, we're also some Nintendo fanatics. We love our Nintendo as well. And so are you ready? Yes, PlayStation is closer to Nintendo than xboxes, I think, for some reason maybe. That's actually pretty right. So this is the closest to two Nintendo hosts. We got this, let's go. Let's go. Let's start with story number one. Nintendo says it is still working on the concept and launch timing for its next console. This is Tom Ivan at video games chronicle. Nintendo says it's still internally discussing the concept and launch timing for its next gen gaming system. Let me read brief phrase that it's next gaming system. They did not see an action. In a management briefing following the publication of its latest financial results on Thursday, the company included a slide indicating its plan to release its next gaming system during the 2020s. It's used a slide before in previous presentations. After the briefing, the company commented on his plans for switches successor during a Q&A session, which was summarized on Twitter by Japan based analyst and investment adviser David Gibson, regarding its next gen plans, Nintendo reportedly said it is still going through internal discussions on the hardware concept and launch timing, suggesting many significant details have yet to be finished. Additionally, Nintendo reiterated that it believes which is still in the middle phase of his life cycle, and that is seeking a 6th year of growth for the platform aided by the new oled model and a diverse software lineup. Switch launched in March 2017, switch light was released in September 2019 and the switch oled model launched and October 2021. The title slated in May that investment in switches successor had contributed to a record annual research and development spend at the company..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"All this things became more and more subtle change decided to multiply into many various kinds of teachings of course it moved onto different countries. Went to china with through lack of first of all went to china. They went to central as you went to burma thailand all these different countries and wherever it went it took on some of the characteristics of the local community here just like it took on the characteristics it in ancient india when the buddha i made these discoveries so what are some of these characteristics just briefly and one very good example is buddhism in china. I'm no expert on this. But i know certainly can tell you about some of the changes that happened when buddha's went to china because it definitely took on some of the characteristics of chinese society and you will see that one example for example is the robes. They wear in china. They're very different from the rogue we. We're in south east asia. Which are these. Kinda rob's not only china but in in most of east asia that were different kinds of robes and of course i think that must have been response to the climate conditions in the north of china in particular where it was very cold during the winter and it was difficult to wear. These kind of role was when it was snowing when it was minus ten or twenty degrees or whatever. You needed something more. And that's why. They moved onto using trousers using jackets. If you look at these mahane amongst the stand down the still monks because it looked very different from ordinary people but they have moved on. And they have a different set of robles than what we have in southeast asia and we have a board indiana monastery and some people fame. All these are wrong robes. We can't really use those jobs over there. These are the right ones but in my understanding of the vinegar. My understanding of the buddha's teachings led the buddha actually is quite flexible and there isn't any absolute standard. You have to use any particular obser- as i mentioned before these robes themselves part of the tradition india the time it wasn't something that buddha laid down as particularly buddhist. So i say it is okay. We can't accept the kinda roams that a warner in places like china korea vietnam. It's at it's all right. They're not really all that different. What we are wearing and other such chains have happened in china whereas you would see. Some of the architecture in china is very different. What you find in other countries in particular. You have the chinese pagodas this multi-storey buildings lots and lots of stories going up now. These pagodas in china originally were the same thing as the stupas in ancient india. The stoop as an ancient india were like a burial mound where you would put in the ashes or the relics of a saint and there were initially. They were just amount of earth. Nothing more maybe with a few bricks inside and the venture the become more liberated become like this famous stoop in sunshine in north of india. Very famous stoop which are an important site of pilgrimage to this particular day but again they would basically just a mound been kind of dome maybe many meters tall but still just a dome and then like maybe a railing around the fugate ways etc and some parasols on top that was essentially what it was but in china it became a pagoda. Is multi story building very kind of fancy structure compared to the simple buildings of india and again that must have been under the influence of chinese culture. At the time you can see the change happening but the original thing actually came from india another aspect of chinese culture which affected buddhism as it came to india is it became more hierarchy caller. And i again. I'm no expert. But i take it that may have something to do with the confusion values of china which tends to be maybe more hierarchical and for that reason. The zen which arose in china. Or what's had patriarchs patriarch was like the man or the monk- on top of the pyramid of the sangha of the channel. Zen tradition in india and again came from. I think the chinese society which was more structured than probably indian society wiser. Then you had things like meat eating meat. Eating was forbidden in china. And sometimes people think that these things actually are part of the monastic rules in china. But actually it seems. That meeting was a banned in china. Not because any monastic thing. But it was. The emperor of china decided that monks and nuns should not be eating meat again. Chinese culture which is mixing here with buddhism to form a chinese variety of buddhism. And of course. I think that this is actually a good thing that this is happening because if monks not monks and nuns allowed to wear warm clothes in china but is probably would never survive. If it was not allowed to adapt in certain ways to the chinese society then probably still wouldn't survive. Because it wouldn't get accepted by the chinese society was a good thing that buddhists adapt in these ways to the local culture but there is a downside with adaptation and the downside is when you start to go against the original buddhism the real teachings of the buddha and that is what you see happening in india already soon after the buddha you see it also happening in china because you see that many of the suitors and things that were accepted in china because a lot of the things that were taken from india into china came at a fairly late stage. You can't maybe five six seven eight hundred years. After the buddha over very long period of time it was taken into china and because of that many of the teachings that became the most important in china when not necessarily the most fundamental teachings that were given by the buddha himself but other teachings became more prominent things like the body set by path things like pure land buddhism and these kind of things. And because of that. I feel that that is a danger. That is where i would say that. This is a good example for us in australian to think about when we bring buddhism into australia to be careful of these sort of things and be very clued up so to speak on. What actually is the core teachings of the buddha otherwise you might be led astray and i've of course. I'm not saying here that. All of buddhism in china is wrong. Anything i'm so there's a vast variety of buddhism's over there and some people who obviously practice very correct in very right. Why here but still i feel there is a danger when you start to move away and you focus too much on those things which are not the word of the border and the same thing happened in india itself of course as well as time went by there was a great greater focus on different teachings etc and not only in india but also in southeast asia you find the same thing there was a development over time so not only in china in in southeast asia as well and some of the things you find in southeast asia are first of all the south is asia is much closer to india so the culture is much closer to indian culture but even there you find differences from the way things were done in india for example. If you go to thailand you find that the monastic tradition. There is run in a different way for the way. It was done in india in thailand. The abbot of a monastery has.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:56 min | 11 months ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Teach too dumb to somebody who is sitting down if you are standing supposed to teach to somebody who was higher than you if you're on the low place but again the fact is that these rules because they're only aren't offense. If you disrespectful you can say well. This is the west. This is australia things differently. We don't look at these things in the same way so it is acceptable to do this in this particular situation and that is how you have. Certain amount of flexibility in these rule again is understanding that there is a certain amount of tradition here and these things are not absolute. Things are one hundred percent clear and cannot deviate from them is a flexibility there. And the last thing here which is also part or traditional buddhism at the time of the that was the way the buddha actually taught the dumber and is where it starts to get very much more complicated. Because you have to remember that the buddha his teachings not only were the result of his enlightenment. Experience will also result of the vocabulary the kind of teachings that exist at the time in india he had to use the words that were already in common parlance in those days. All the words that we have today that we use in the pali language words that was used at the time in india era hance areas. Samadi all suttie all these things. Come from the indian language and are talking those words and then he used them very often in a different way to emphasize the buddhist way of looking at this thing and of course later on the buddha said that when you go out to the monks when we go out and teach others. You shouldn't adhere strictly to one particular way of speaking. You should allow for the differences around the world around the country of india and teach in accordance with how the local people the dumb should not be something which is elevated into something which is completely which is like a foreign language like latin. Latin kind of thing. It should be something which can be understood by people and this is a very important principle. Good what it means that. In this day and age the dumbest should be made plane in the english. Language is playing any language basically where people so people can read understand it in the own tongue. And i know for myself how important it is to understand. Something mother-tongue because my mother tongue is not english. Obviously it's norwegian. And i that when i read padang my norwegian i feel. There's a sense of closeness to the dumber. Which is you don't have when you read it in a foreign language. I've been living in english speaking countries now so long. It doesn't make that much difference to me anymore but it still makes it a little bit of difference and offer those people who who who if parley for example. Then you're reading. Language is very foreign to you and it doesn't have the same emotional impact as many read. It in your own language and also you understand of course much better. What is going on so this is one of the important things that we actually do. Translate with do teach these things in the vernacular language of the place. Where you are at this. Is i think very important. So that is one of the results. Again of the tradition being a tradition rather than some absolute truth. Sometimes you wonder as you can read. Some of the commentary works and they say that paul is like a sacred language is the language which the baby if he grows up and it doesn't learn any other language it will speak polly automatically here. That is one of the things that says in. Some of this commentary works. And of course to me i i think it is. It's funny somebody obviously must have believed that but it is so strange to to my modern way of thinking that people actually believe this and it goes really goes against the way the buddha taught and we have to remember that these things are traditions which can be adapted with what the buddha himself said to our modern setting here. Not only. The language used was part of the tradition in those days. Even some of the teachings used were part of the tradition of indian those days for example. The buddha had of course some of his most profound teachings of the teachings of non-self those teachings were in direct contrast to the teachings of brahman is of hinduism in those days because hinder isn't taught about universal. Self universal consciousness was a buddha said. Well actually my awakening. Experience tells me there is no such thing here so for that reason you find in the word of the buddha that is specifically talks about. These believes that the brahmins the brahmins had in those days and the addresses those beliefs directly. So you find the teachings of other teachers in there because they are addressed by the buddha and of course in exactly the same way in today's world we have to address the issues. Which are the important issues for us. In exactly the same way the idea of a universal kind of gone or universal soul universal consciousness of course important even now but of course we have to address other religions. We have to talk about buddhism versus christianity versus la. What are the differences. What are the similarities. We have to address all the questions that our modern world throws up for us. Things like stem cell research euthanasia abortion. All this kind of things. We have to address these issues because important our day and age and we have to have buddhist answers. This is the only way that buddhism is going to be relevant in our society. We have to address all these issues. That is exactly what the buddha was doing. He was addressing the issues of his day in particular the issues that had to do with profound religious teachings. So what. I'm saying here is basically that the traditional good is something which goes a long long way back all the way back to the time of the buddha itself and of course after the buddha passed away buddhism became even more traditional as mood away from the buddha as time went on at the buddhist teachings wait appeared in the world the way it was taught the teachings that were available all this things became more and more subtle change decided to multiply into many various kinds of teachings of course it moved onto different countries. Went to china with.

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It's Time to Show Our Strength as Conservatives

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 1 year ago

It's Time to Show Our Strength as Conservatives

"With me. But many of the things that I say behind this microphone, take hold in parts of this society or take hold in parts of the conservative movement. Whether it was March 2017 and I explained that They've been spying on President Trump and his campaign. You all remember all the crap we took for that? Whether it's pushing the idea of sanctuary, Second Amendment cities and states Whether it's explaining that the federal Constitution authorizes state legislatures to make changes to laws, not judges, not attorneys, general, not governors. Not bureaucrats. I can remember when we fought the so called comprehensive immigration reform that George Bush was pushed When so many others in this business said they're not activists. I said, like Hell, I am Member that Mr Producer That's a long time ago. Or the tea party movement. So many things that we've been together so many things that we have witnessed together. And yet, here we are today. Looking into the abyss. But I have no intention to jumping into you and I have no intention of being pushed into you. No. So it's time for push back. It's time to show our strength.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on WTOP

"Re 11 Alan Double d T. O P. A fascinating new book looks back at the history of the Secret Service from the Kennedy Administration. All the way up to the challenge is the agency faces. Today. It's titled Zero failed the Rise and Fall of the Secret Service, and it relies on numerous interviews with current and former agents. Most only agreed to talk on condition they not be identified. The author is Washington Post National Investigative reporter and three time Pulitzer Prize winner Carol Lennox. She joins us Now on Skype it, Carol. Congratulations on the book and give us a thumbnail sketch of what it says, which appears to be pretty damning stuff about the Secret service. Well, there is. Unfortunately in this book, a lot of misconduct and a lot of scandal and writ large. The agency is really like a paper tiger. Right now. We all think of it Is this incredibly button down Amazing agency that is beyond perfection. But It's an agency that's been short changed a group of people who are responsible for the life of the president, and ultimately, the safety of the democracy are being short changed by our government. They don't have the tools. They really need to do the job. They don't have enough staff. For the mission that is in front of them. It is just got bigger and bigger. So, um, you know, I'm I'm ringing the alarm bell for the agents who trusted me with their stories and who revealed things that had been covered up by their leaders. Lots to go of ground that you cover here one that there. It seems to be a high level of concern for the safety of President Biden. Vice President Harris right now, why is that? Well, you know, when President O Biden forgive me, friend president by Obama was on his way into the White House. He wasn't president. Yet he had been inaugurated The threats against the first black president were off the charts, something the Secret Service had never seen before four times what they had in the past. Part of that was because, you know, we've become more of an online world. It was easier to threaten to kill the president, essentially, but the service was very worried about that. Now the service is really worried again because the domestic extremism that's really been cropping up in our country and also the in the instigation of the conspiracy theories that Biden is not a legitimate president have gotten a lot of traction across America, and that has stoked anger and dissatisfaction with his presidency and increased the threats against him. And Kamila Harris remember the first woman of color to be in the president's The or Vice presidency. Carol You wrote a whole book on this so clearly we can't dive into all of these very meaningful bits of information. So let's talk about the money. And what happens now, can the sea the Secret Service be fully funded on perhaps have better training to change some of this? The agents. I spoke with Hillary. They really want the Biden administration to pay attention to just look and see a two things. It's not just give them more money. It's figure out what the mission is, because right now, as one Department of Homeland Security senior official told me they can't do the mission they have now with what they have. So, um, service really needs to kind of call all of the jobs that it has. It protects Super Bowls. Now it doesn't just protect the president. It protects 174. That's a state, um, who come in and out of the country for the United Nations it protects, you know presidents, grandchildren and the vice president step Children and a raft of other security officials. It's a huge mission and one that that probably needs to be pared down to the essentials so that it can focus on and actually deliver on the promise of never failing of zero failed. You know, they're just been so many security failures that you know an intruder getting within steps of Michelle Obama's hotel room because they didn't have enough in the agents. Watch the stairwells. You know, a jumper who took 29 seconds to get from a public sidewalk to the landing of the president's home and inside it. Ah, follow up. Jumper on March 2017. When President Trump was home watching television, somebody was able to get inside the White House and wander around the grounds for 17 minutes before they were found all because a lot of sensors, alarms and cameras were on the fritz. You know, the agents basically say, If you really look behind the veil of secrecy of the secret service, you'll you'll want for America to do better and give these Patriots what they need to do their job. Carol. Thank you so much for joining us today. We appreciate it. Thanks, Carol. Thank you. Washington Post National investigative reporter Carol Lin Egg She spoke to us on Skype. The title of her book Zero failed Rise and Fall of the Secret Service while street numbers Geoff Clay Bob the Dow is down 82 S and P 500 is down 11 and Aztecs down 20 Money News in 10 Minutes on w T O P sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Bread and let's go today. Preston good news for Wizards fans more will be allowed in Capital one arena Saturday. 50% of the stands for Saturday's Game three with Philadelphia will be allowed to be filled baseball nationals promoting fielder Luis Garcia from Triple A Rochester to take the injured Victor Roadless roster spot. Natsios, Cincinnati at 705. 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"march, 2017" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Uh, Mr Kanai, Ndaq thank you for joining us today to discuss the Biden administration's efforts to address the international spread of covert 19 Gayle Smith is the coordinator for global covert response and health security at the U. S. Department of State. She's currently on leave from the one campaign, where she has served as the president CEO since March. 2017 prior to the one campaign she served in the Obama administration is special. System to the president and senior director for Development and Democracy at the National Security Council and as administrator of the U. S Agency for International Development, the U. S government's response to international disasters, including the rebel A outbreak of West Africa before rejoining the federal government. Mr Conine Dyke was a senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development. So thank you both for your willingness to serve once again, our nation. We appreciate it very much. The last time this committee held a covert hearing June of 2020, there were nearly eight million cases of covert 19 around the globe. More than two million of those cases were in the United States, and at that time the disease had claimed more than 115,000 lives. In this country alone. Nearly a year later, this deadly disease has killed more than three million people, nearly 600,000 of them our fellow Americans. In addition to the devastating personal toll, the pandemic has had a catastrophic economic impact. According to the International Monetary Fund, the global economy contracted by negative 3.5% in 2020 alone, a severe shock acutely and adversely affecting youth, the poor and those working in the informal economy. The U. S economy shrank and almost equal amount Negative 3.4% and 2020. I'm pleased that the Biden administration has plans that are working as vaccinations roll out here in the United States, cities and schools reopening the American rescue plan, which we passed in March. But another $1400 in the pockets of working people keeps the unemployed to float that helps millions of Americans avoid eviction and foreclosure. It invest billions to help schools reopen safely and provide direct a two state and local governments across America reeling from the enormous course of responding to this pub. Look, l crisis, however, is this pandemic has put into stark reality for every American. What happens in the rest of the world directly impacts us here at home and in parts of the rest of the world. The pandemic continues to rage in India, Brazil and other countries. Covert 19 cases was surging, taking hundreds of thousands of lives in the past few weeks and months alone. Less than 10% of the population in India has received one vaccine dose and the regional implications of India's outbreak from Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan are alarming. The entire continent of Africa has only administered 2%. Of all the vaccine doses administered globally so far, co box the organization created to provide equal access to covert 19 vaccinations worldwide, has shipped over 53 million vaccines. 2 121 participant nations. But this is a drop in the ocean compared to the approximately 1.2 billion administered around the world and a far cry from the amount needed to provide herd immunity in those countries. In short, the global fight against the virus is far from over. But we must rise to the challenge because the longer the virus circulates, the greater the chance that more virulent and vaccine resisting variants will develop. Continuing to place American lives at risk. I believe that fight involves looking forward as well as understanding how we got here. The American people in the world deserve answers about the origins of the pandemic. The Strategic Competition Act of 2021, which this committee passed by a vote of 21 to 1 directs the director of National intelligence provide a report with those answers not to engage in the blame game, but because we must understand the true origins of covert 1920. Sure that we are taking appropriate steps to provide to Putin, Tonto avoid future pandemics. Additionally, Senator Senator Collins and I introduced the bipartisan National Coronavirus Commission Act with a companion bill in the House are Bill would create a nonpartisan commission models on the 9 11 Commission to examine the emergence of spread of covert 19 of the United States and abroad. The commission would examine the United States domestic and international response to covert 19 from all angles, including international public health surveillance, early warning systems, intergovernmental coordination, foreign aid and global supply chains. The commission would provide recommendations to Congress to prevent future pandemics protect the health and economic security of the United States. And ultimately, we established the United States as the global leader in public health, and let's be clear. We'll need resource is to do all of this. Those of us who supported the international spending included in the American rescue plan, and beyond that understand the importance of it. Ranking member Rich and I have begun the process of developing bipartisan legislation aimed at strengthening efforts to end the covert 19 pandemic. Ensuring we are better prepared to face future pandemic threats and helping countries around the world recover from this one. In light of all of that I convened today's hearing to address three critical questions. How can we meaningful e slow and ultimately stop the spread of this pandemic once and for all, and what resources are needed to do some to what steps do we need to take to support an enhanced recovery around the world? And three? What must we do to ensure that the United States In our partners and allies are best prepared to prevent, detect and respond to future pandemics. So once again, let me welcome our witnesses. We look forward to hearing from nature than about the Biden administration strategy to lead international efforts on an improved pandemic response with that, let me recognize the ranking member, Senator Risch. Thank you, Mr Chairman. I recently look back at my notes from the two hearings were held last tune on the U. S International response to covert 19. Though a lot has changed, the United States finally appears to be turning a corner too much remains the same Americans have grown weary and are anxious to get back to life is normal. We have to get ahead of variance that may be even more dangerous than the or the original strain that shuttered schools and businesses, isolated families and up ended the global economy. Science tells us the best way to do this tackle vaccine hesitancy here at home while accelerating efforts to expand access to vaccines overseas. One need look no further than India to see why it is so important to tackle both of these imperatives at the same time, and now Congress has provided more than $16 billion in aid to try to contain this pandemic overseas, four billion of which is slated the goal for the Kovacs Partnership for vaccines. I'm eager to hear how these re sources are being prioritized, coordinated, implemented and importantly, overseen. The administration also recently announced that $60 million does Is a surplus. U. S vaccines will be donated overseas. I'm hoping to hear from Miss Smith today the coordinator for global Covert Response and holds and health security and lead on US vaccine diplomacy. How these resource is will be prioritized Who will get what? When And how. And how will all of this U. S assistance be effectively branded? I also hope to hear about the anticipated outcomes of the upcoming G 20 Summit on Global Health on May 21st and the World Health Organization Assembly on May 24th. Finally, I hope we all learned Maura about how the administration is incorporating pandemic preparedness into its current response of consistently argued that the covert 19 pandemic is not the first and it certainly won't be the last pandemic to threaten the American people. And indeed, the world We have to get serious about preparedness and prevention so we can get ahead of the next operate before it becomes a global pandemic. We need a reformed, well World Health organization that is fit for the purpose. We need to figure out how to hold countries accountable for failing to uphold commitments to international health regulations, including by actively suppressing global health death..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of CBD. And statins are a good example of that. Another interesting and popular question popped up this week on day before his can I get addicted to CBD. Properly tested CBD oil with with an accompanying certificate of analysis that shows a TNT less than 0.3% is safe and does not have addictive properties. March. 2017 study, published in The Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Review details the priest of previous space where researchers administered various aural doses of CBD Frequent marijuana users alone and in combination with smoked marijuana. The researchers determined that CBD had as much likelihood for abuse and addiction as a placebo. In other words, Know, addictive properties at all. And a 2011 study conducted that concluded that somebody has a better safety profile compared to THC and Researchers found that high doses of CBD of up to 1500 mg per day well, well tolerated by human subjects just to give you perspective, that would be three entire bottles of Max is Stephen CBD Oil used her day deemed safe and well tolerated. Compared to keep see. CBD did not impair motor and psychological functions. Nor did it alter the heart rate, blood pressure or body temperature. So to be clear, depending on what I am treating my recommendation averages around folks. 5120 MG a day, which is the most ever recommend. That was the most I recommend is up to 500 MG a day, which is very rare for certainly. Yeah, clearly we have We need more time for more answers to many questions. They're not just simple answers. So we got to go into it. Thank you..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Room. The FDA commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered within hours. My hope again is that this happens very expeditiously. Hopefully, tomorrow on CNN's state of the union, Dr Stephen Hahn said The FDA had to get everything right about the vaccine, and he thinks the task was accomplished. Han says no outside comments or pressure were applied to any decisions that were made about the vaccine. On, says the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year is realistic. President Trump says he's reversing an administration directive to vaccinate top government officials against Cove in 19, while public distribution of the shot is limited to front line health workers and people in nursing homes and long term care facilities. Trump made the announcement in a tweet tonight. The president says people in the White House should receive the vaccine somewhat later in the program unless specifically necessary. He says he will take the vaccine once it's appropriate. One of the FBI's most wanted fugitives in L. A has been captured, undress him. Brana was one in the death of a woman in south L. A in March. 2017. That woman was the mother of Zambrano's young child who was two years old at the time. Some Brana was accused of shooting the woman in the street in front of her home. Authorities caught up with some broader on Friday while he was eating at a restaurant in Mexico. Zambrano was brought back to L A and was booked for suspicion of murder. He's being held on more than $2 million bail lately. Muhammed Ko Phi news smoke from that wildfire in Riverside County. South of Beaumont can be seen in Fullerton, Anaheim in Braila. There've been several 911 calls about the smell of smoke. Orange County officials say there is no wildfire burning in the county. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued a smoke advisory through tomorrow afternoon, warning the smoke from the fire was negatively affecting air quality. Disney World says it will no longer give people digital masks. Disney says it did briefly add digital masks two photos a guest who weren't wearing them or wearing them incorrectly, but confirmed it won't do so anymore. Disneyworld reopened in Orlando, Florida over the summer with restrictions, including limited parking.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From the KO Phi 24 hour news room. The FDA commissioner says he's hopeful the first Corona virus vaccine will be administered within hours. My hope again is that this happens very expeditiously. Hopefully tomorrow on CNN's state of the union, Dr Stephen Hahn said The FDA had to get everything right about the vaccine, and he thinks the task was accomplished. On says no outside comments or pressure were applied to any decisions that were made about the vaccine. Han says the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year is realistic. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex As our says there are some vaccine doses that are being held back. We're holding back a reserve for the second dose. Is our said he's still confident that 20 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of the month. He said 100 million shots by the end of February are possible if the Biden administration moves forward with the plans. Have been developed by the Trump Administration. President Trump says he's reversing an administration directive to vaccinate top government officials against covert 19 what public distribution of the shot is limited to front line health workers and people in nursing homes and long term care facilities. Trump made the announcement in a tweet tonight. The president says people in the White House should receive the vaccine somewhat later in the program unless specifically necessary. He says he will take the vaccine himself once it's appropriate. One of the FBI's most wanted fugitives in L. A has been captured. Undress and Rana was one in the death of a woman in south L. A. In March. 2017 that woman was the mother of Zambrano's young child who was two years old. At the time. Some Brana was accused of shooting the woman in the street in front of her home. Authorities caught up with some rattle on Friday while he was eating at a restaurant in Mexico. Zambrano was brought back to L A and was booked for suspicion of murder. He's being held on more than $2 million bail lately. Muhammed Ko Phi news Smoke from that wildfire in Riverside County south of Beaumont, can be seen in Fullerton, Anaheim and Braila there Have been several 911 calls about the smell of smoke. Orange County officials say there's no wildfire burning in the county. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued a smoke advisory through tomorrow afternoon, warning that smoke from the fire was negatively affecting air quality..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On all the major spot platforms and advertising like Google and Facebook and others, but also on startups that biotech startups and you know, in advertising and servers and all these things, so I started to calm your strong and my prediction is that 2021 is gonna get incredibly incredibly strong year for starters and venture capitalists. Not going to be anything like you know, everyone was predicting in March and April. And your company. As I understand it is now valued at $3 billion any plans to go public? Look, No no plans so far, even though Brexit value $3 billion, you know, which is evaluation similar to some public companies were only 3.5 years old. We started a company in March 2017 really launch in June 2018. So we still have Ah, Long way to go private. But, you know, I think a lot of CEOs don't want to go public. That's definitely wants to be a public company. But we're just not ready to Okay? Thank you for sure. Rex CEO Enrique do Boo gra. Thank you. So much for joining us from Ella. Go ahead. And New York Attorney General Leticia James made history with her election and hasn't been stopped since taking on President Trump's administration and businesses as well as big tech or to bring you an exclusive conversation. With her next. This is Boomer. We have some good news in terms of vaccines and a chance to overcome the health crisis. But we're not there yet. The fiscal stimulus way needed relatively quickly because I can see where the second wave is coming. You can see consumer spending beginning to get impacted again. What we need is we need surveillance would be stronger. We need public murderers because you have no Where were the beginning? This is your best weapon to use it Well. The good news is that both the vaccines and the therapeutic Sim particular the antibodies are coming along and will start to bring that number. Way down. We don't just need more investment in public health. We must also rethink how we value health. I do believe they targeted fiscal stimulus is is going to be in order to really begin. Taymor equalized economy. Another honoree in this year's Bloomberg 50. New York State Attorney General Letitia James, The Brooklyn bred lawyer, has filed more than 35 lawsuits against the Trump administration, leading the charge against its attempts to block minorities and other voters. James waiting on those cases and the current investigation into big tech. In an exclusive conversation earlier today. At this point in time, we're preparing A list to be submitted to the Biden Harris administration in an attempt to address on to reverse all of the policies of the Trump administration. But unfortunately have adversely affected New Yorkers issues such as the salt deduction that $10,000 cap on property tax deductions. That was a limit that was paced, placed by the Trump administration on New York state issues such as the Affordable Care Act. It's a really critically important that individuals with pre existing conditions And those who have miners that have access to health care. We know that before the affordable care act, the number one reason why individuals across this country we're filing bankruptcy was because of medical expenses. It's important that again. We defend the United States Postal Service to Trump administration sought to dismantle and affect the operations of the Postal Service prior to the election. It's important that we stand up for immigrants right now who are standing in the shadow of government that we recognize that we are a nation of immigrants, as is evidenced by a book that was authored by the late John F. Kennedy. On bits important that individuals understand the contributions of immigrants to our country..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Talk to a doctor right away by phone online or in person brought to you by Bristol Myers Squibb and Fizer. CDC Scientists say that Corona virus was present in the US earlier than initially thought. The Corona virus was in the U. S as early as mid December, 2019 a period earlier than officially identified and either China or the U. S, according to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study published Monday found evidence of the virus in 106 of 7389 blood donations to the Red Cross in nine states. These donations were collected between December 13th 2019 in January 17th 2020 with the Red Cross later submitting them to the CDC to test for antibodies Bernie Bennett in Washington. Defense official says the civilian overseeing the fight against the Islamic state militant group has been forced to resign His Pentagon post Christopher Meyer, that director the Pentagon's counter Isis office since March, 2017 shortly after President Trump Took office. This is town hall dot com. Brazilian media reports. Four people have been arrested after our men stormed a number of banks at a southern Brazilian city for teacher on social media shed the gang discharging their weapons as they arrived in Criciuma in a convoy of vehicles. Explosions and gunshots could then be heard in several places across the city. As the gang exchanged fire with local police and raided. Thanks. The local mayor close your Salvato urged residents to stay in their houses. In a coordinated operation. The gang set up roadblocks, took several hostages and forced other local people to sit in a line in the middle of the street. That's the BBC's Warren Bull reporting. President Lopez's over door took office two years ago promising to transform Mexico. He acknowledged Tuesday that there's still a long way to go. Bring peace to his country. Or the story's, a town hall dot com. Patrick pause. Everybody. We want to invite you to join Dennis Prager and Mike Gallagher for a travel opportunity..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"If he can convince forms of other people that he is mean four days is not a legal entity. They are a publication that runs gossip information on how much people earn And they do it with. They've established a lot of credibility, but they don't they don't operate under force of law or with the permission of law. In other words, the I R s cannot Goto Forbes. They can't come to you. But let's say that Forbes magazine in their annual list of 100, richest people, that matter has me on the list of number nine it say 95 million. The IRS cannot come to me. And say, Wait a minute. You're not reporting that number. You're important. I didn't tell Forge that. You can't You can't do it, so none of this has any force of legality, but whatever forms or any of these other publications say About how much Trump has or how much he's worth, or how much he's earned. Doesn't matter. The I R s has the goods. That's what the taxpayer files Is what the I r s goes on they now they might want to try to audit somebody based on these disparities. But it doesn't have to trust me on this folks. It doesn't happen. It was March 2017 Rachel Maddow hyped the Trump Tax story. She literally had just one or two pages. It was the funniest damn thing and she had the entire left salivating. I mean, they were They were dripping blood Blood was coming out of every bodily orifice they have. They really thought Rachel Manda Rachel Meadow. She wouldn't like Rachel Maddow would not tease us, Rachel, and that's all she was. Because Rachel Maddow doesn't understand. Tax returns. Our taxes at the level we're talking about here with about Rachel Maddow is an employee. There is no way employees can possibly understand the taxes or the financial affairs. Of self employed people or people that run businesses on them operate them Hill. Biden himself tried to play games with the tax code to avoid paying Medicare and other taxes, payroll taxes by filing as an escort. I mean, it's legal. John Edwards did it. All kinds of people do it. What? What? What gets the monitor is hypocrisy. Let me explain how the escort thing works. I will use Medicare is an example. Medicare is the latest addition to the Ah the payroll tax, so I may have the numbers slightly wrong here. But the theory that and The data is accurate. So you have under the new law some years ago now. In addition to the Fi, CA and the payroll tax were so security Everybody has 3% that they must pay to Medicare. Medicaid. Whatever it is However, their ways around this you can limit 3% ofwhat. Three per cent of what are you going to pay? So if you structure yourself is a sub chapter s corporation What you essentially dio is a sign yourself as the company president, and then you pay yourself a salary. And let's say that your company overall generates $1 million in revenue in the any given year. But you don't pay yourself a million dollars on paper under the sub chapter as you pay yourself. $50,000 a year as your salary and guess what? That's what your Medicare tax payment of 3% is based on well, John Edwards did this Biden and his family have done it all kinds of people, and when Biden did it, nobody did a big big ass story in The New York Times about how Joe Biden was attempting to skirt his tax payment responsibilities. Now. They did eventually go after John Edwards on this, But that was because they lost control of the Edward situation because he was having an affair, an illegitimate kid, and it got to the point. They couldn't save Edward. So once it became time to get rid of him, they threw the kitchen sink at him. Now this is how a lot of people and this is Ed, by the way, its members of Congress that create the sub chapter s corporation. There. See corpse as corpses. Any number of ways you construction yourself. And he destruction yourself is an S Corp You can limit your health care.

"march, 2017" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the FBI. And Democrat prosecutors. Go after the president of the United States. I was the first to call this a silent coup. That's exactly what it's been a silent coup. A coup date. Hot. That's what it's been. And now today as the media for the most part, ignore that we've already gone over this. You know how they dismiss it. Others claim he's the dictator. He's the one who won't accept a peaceful transition of power. He's the problem. He's the dictator. He's Hitler. We're going to talk to Sidney Powell. The last hour of the program. This is the best of my knowledge never occurred in American history. And the reason is this Because typically will be somebody in the opposition party who will stand up. Typically, there will be somebody in the FBI or some federal prosecutor who will stand up. Where are the whistle blowers here? There aren't any This is a We know about the January 5th meeting in 2017. I have said from day one that day. When I started breaking this based on public information based on published reports, I could see leaks coming out of the FBI member. I'm not gonna play it for you again. Early March, 2017 3.5 years ago. I said Obama had to know. The FBI's involved the FISA courts involved intelligence agents here involved he could read information in the newspaper. He got a daily briefing and intelligence briefing he had to know. Big chunks of this, he had to know. I didn't know about the January 5 2017 meeting. Now we know about it. What else do we know Joe Biden. Tried to use the Logan Act. As justification for these investigations. Now it plays rope a dope, whether it's his son, Hunter or whatever, and the media circle the way the Praetorian Guard meeting the national Media, The New York Slimes the Washington compost. Absolutely useless, Constipated news Network. M s LSD frauds. Frauds who hate this country who cheer on rioters and looters, Arsonists. You call our President Hitler who despise you? They supported this effort. By the Obama administration by the Hillary Clinton campaign by the DNC. They're the ones that used the Russians, a Russian spy. Against the Trump campaign and Donald Trump. They're the ones obstructing justice by cleaning their phones. They're the ones obstructing justice by lying to the FISA court. They're the ones obstructing justice by sitting on evidence. Right up to today. And this poor President Donald Trump. He's the victim. We're the victim, the American people. The Democrat Party, the Hillary campaign. Obama Biden administration in the media. That's the box. I'll be right back in.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And Democrat prosecutors. Go after the president of the United States. I was the first to call this a song like Ooh, That's exactly what it's been a silent coup, a coup. They talk. That's what it's been. And now today As the media for the most part. Ignore that. We've already gone over this. You know how they dismiss it. Others claim he's the dictator. He's the one who won't accept a peaceful transition of power. He's the problem. He's the dictator. He's Hitler. We're going to talk to Sydney, pal. In the last hour of the program. This is the best of my knowledge never occurred in American history. And the reason is this Because typically will be somebody in the opposition party who will stand up. Typically, there will be somebody in the FBI or some federal prosecutor who will stand up. Where are the whistle blowers here? There aren't any This is a cabal. We know about the January 5th meeting in 2017. I have said from day one that day. When I started breaking this based on public information based on published reports, I could see leaks coming out of the FBI member. I'm not going to play it for you again. Early March, 2017. 3.5 years ago. I said Obama had to know. The FBI's involved the FISA courts involved intelligence agents here involved he could read information in the newspaper. He got a daily briefing an intelligence briefing. He had to know. Big chunks of this, he had to know. I didn't know about the generate 5 2017 meeting. Now we know about it. What else do we know Joe Biden. Tried to use the Logan Act. It's just a vacation for these investigations. Now it plays rope a dope, whether it's his son, Hunter or whatever. And the media circle the way the Praetorian Guard meeting the national media, The New York Slimes the Washington compost. Absolutely useless, Constipated news Network. M s LSD frauds. Frauds who hate this country who cheer on rioters and looters, Arsonists. You call our President Hitler who despise you? They supported this effort. By the Obama administration by the Hillary Clinton campaign by the DNC. They're the ones that used the Russians, a Russian spy. Against the Trump campaign and Donald Trump. They're the ones obstructing justice by cleaning their phones. They're the ones obstructing justice by lying to the FISA court. They're the ones obstructing justice by sitting on evidence. Run up to today. And this poor President Donald Trump. He's the victim. We're the victim, the American people. The Democrat Party, the Hillary campaign. Obama bite and administration and the media. That's the box. I'll be right back Washington's mall,.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on Healthcare360

"I learned about brand consistency as an eighteen-year-old little things like that can't wear Lakeshore. It's as to where like the Lululemon pants, you know stuff like that. Yeah, so and you had to walk the walk and talk. Yeah. Yeah, he started giving me a little bit more responsibility and using like the theragun on them and I'm sure you know, yeah, it's nice. It's a cool. I like it. It's a cool tool. Yeah, so I get my own certification from any SM and takes me a couple of months to get clients, but finally took it out. That's a whole story in and of itself. Yeah in March of 17, March 2017, all of a sudden within one week after two months of no clients all in one week. I got my first two clients and I was making six dollars an hour seeing them twice a week and it was like, all right, this is cool. I was a freshman in college $60 an hour compared to you know, ten dollars an hour of my peers like, this is cool. Then I I tried my dog That online didn't really work out didn't know how to Market it yet. I did not understand but it was a worthy Venture. I spent the entire summer of 2017 like every single day. That's what I did was putting together these programs and shooting the exercise videos. I was using a software called PT distinction. Yep, who am I actually interviewed the founder of recently a lot of software Yeah. Tim say they develop an app. I got an automated thing based app. That is all that now the push on Instagram..

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"march, 2017" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Carter Page? We appreciate you being with us. Everything good? Anything new that you could tell us. That you're point is so well taken, though, Carter that they could come back at you again. I mean, if the wrong people get into office, I mean, you have to live with that fear correct. Well, there's a lot of different dimensions of it. You know, the biggest one, and I mean, this is sort of, you know, ask about sort of breaking development. I mean, the big news couple weeks ago was the first Uh, indictment of a or the first charging document getting re revealed of this FBI lawyer named Kevin Kline Smith. I think you when you when you read my book, you'll, uh you'll really enjoy sort of my description of Not only my interaction with Mr Klein Smith, but also my lawyer's right. And you know, the one thing I was asking for, You know, I had five meetings with these FBI counterintelligence agents. For throughout March, 2017 right at the beginning of the Trump administration, and the one thing I wanted from Mr Klein Smith, in return, for all the accurate information I was getting is to just address a lot of the death threats that I'm getting, and not only were they not addressed Uh, it continued, you know, driven as it turns out by Maur criminal leaks. Of misleading information about me about the foreign intelligence surveillance. Ah, Court orders Tio spy on myself as a way of infiltrating the Trump campaign. Ah and administration So it's really Truly extraordinary. Carter, your resumes. Unbelievable. And you're a great guy, man. And thank you for your service in the Navy. And when I see a University of London, New York University, Georgetown, United States Naval Academy, A great Patriot. You are, sir. And you know this guy Alice Kidney. Our producer Joseph Villages told me he did the Frank Sinatra Netflix show. Excuse me. Carter, you're on. Look at this. This is the ultimate compliment. You got a guy that produced to be walking around. I'm going to see a guy you're gonna you're gonna have to remember this phrase. Do you know who I am? Do you know if you like. Get.

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"march, 2017" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"march, 2017" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fox News. The redacted version of the mullahs report released this morning, but some lawmakers still have questioned top House Democrats say there's still more to see after more than four hundred pages including redacted material has been released, but we will be seeking the complete and unredacted report against so that we can do our proper oversight intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff is one of two committee chairs also requesting testimony from special counsel, Robert Muller. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell is committing the attorney general's transparency up trust Bill bar. It's rather laughable to see them turn their guns on him bar is scheduled to testify for congress may first and second Sox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill less redacted version is expected to be released to some lawmakers in the next couple of weeks part of the mullahs report suggests that Richard Burr, the chair of the Senate intelligence committee shared in for. Mation with the White House after a confidential F B I briefing in March 2017 note suggests bird told the White House they were four to five targets in the probe charges filed against the New Jersey man who police say abroad gas cans, and lighters into Saint Patrick's cathedral in New York City last night Perello, according to the NYPD is facing attempted arson and reckless endangerment charges cathedral security stopped him Wednesday night from bringing in the gas cans, and lighters. The security alerted NYPD counterterrorism officers who were already stationed outside the church who were arrested lamb Perello police. Investigators say lamp relit also in the last few days been arrested at a New Jersey church and had booked a flight to Italy. Fox's grenell? Scott New York City, the National Enquirer being sold to the former head of the airport newsstand company. Hudson news American media says it selling the supermarket weekly to James.

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