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"mccalla" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"All right doctor mccalla so much to talk about here. And i really appreciate you jumping on the air with us you know. Let's talk about the new normal. What is the new normal going to look like. We don't know it's a lot different than it is now because it's only get worse. Things are definitely before. I mean it could extend all the way to 'concentration camps for those who choose to not get the jazz I mean that's what they're moving to our seen no and then certainly restricted from engaging in almost any normal activities they to the point of shopping for food certainly from your normal ability to earn income to pay for the food. And for your rent. So it's not good not good. I think potentially that's one variable. The other is that we have no clue about the long term consequences of this champ. I mean it is there. I mean as i said earlier link calls it the kill shot. It could very easily lead to premature demise of half the people who get it and maybe some combination of of the Very ver- Permutation of that would be that there'd be a large percentage who also be disabled. Essentially you would crippled the entire society. You've got because for society to function. People have to be able to continue to work and produce products otherwise you are left to for yourself and the only source of food is going to be whatever you can gather grow your local location or or hunt. You know there's not going to be accessed. Things is gonna life is going to be a lot more challenging and why chain productions are going to collapse potentially is not looking good. I mean i just see getting probably exponentially worse does not look good well and You know it. There's a there's a huge push if you will to push this past the finish line and i believe based on everything that i've read in the last twenty five years since i first started reading about vaccines when i was as i said when i was pregnant with my first child that this is the biggest cover up the safety and efficacy of vaccines the biggest cover up in the history of the of the world but especially here in the united states the most over vaccinated country in the world. Yeah for for for primarily. It's really when i started my practice in nineteen eighty five I mean basically. It was four visits before the age of five to two four and six months. Old for an mr five at five years old. So that was it. And now they've like tripled that And it was because in one thousand nine hundred. Sixty year. After i started. They had the vaccine immunity childhood adverse reactions law nineteen eighty six acts also referred to as which essentially removed all liability from vaccine manufacturers since gave them the green light to go make as many vaccines as they can. Because there are no losses in litigation..
"mccalla" Discussed on Athletico Mince
"Son. I'm picking up from next door. And he suddenly grabbed me not by mccalla. Yeah hold me back with from right. How you fucking fucking chicken. More wall south african said it's not. It's not just any chicken. It's ominous chicken which was a fake thing to say. I doubt camp at. It's fucking origin. Tikey starts off and putting your towards satellite dish wand as about six four six four. Tau is arm. That says no future. So i guess he's pretty lost capable of anything do i'm told is a tight patchy corner and faded endure reina's wing point. I saw spread me cheeks with the one on. And i'm just about to start feeding the chicken coop or in when i screech of brakes and and the man the south opperman axes legs runoff back into the house. Whistleblower wanted to sell it combat because the photo was shit. That thanks met did you. Did you say well. He was making me. Do he said fucking gang. Bangers you got to focus moi said would you like this. Ns chicken quarter as a thank. You he says no. Hr eight got to four two. Which adjacent leumi did you think. That story is a bit like trade places you know with me on the street food and yeah yeah you can i also point out the anew majorly that story it was going did you. Did you said you'd gone somewhere. Thought this is going. So that's.
"mccalla" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Overnight. Show drew doctor mccalla right not tax from a call from political interference but this needs to be extended for scientists at private research universities and institutes still not working with the government. Of course of course still another possibility is to extend federal hate crime protections. He wrote a foul she and other scientists targeted by far right extremist so so but not to extend it to those targeted by far left extremism throwing a lot at your rights. No only people in the reich and commit hate crimes. It's extraordinary that a bill like that can even be presented. That is comical. That is satire. Well i'd like to read the bill. I don't even know what's in the bill could be. I'm assuming it's the opposite of what it claims. I'm sure it's about not having entirety. I'm sure it's about science have authority. i says. probably with to just imagine that this powerful person who's been in government for fifty years or so he's worked for like four different presidents or something like that foul she has and he has all this power and he's been involved in all of these big major scandals and controversies. We want to give this guy protection and nobody can say anything about him. Or it's hate speech that is dystopia and yup agreed. All right. that was a crazy story. There yeah it really was. I wanna assist. Thanks some of our latest patrons. Before i wrap for my two week vacation. Thank you in advance. Basically for holding down the fort. I will be back on august twenty third. Which is monday. thank you very much. Hope i do the we can do zoom party before them and the patrons would like to thank our paddison alicia. Mc and will thank you. Thank you thank you. I want to tell you that. I did get that notebook you sent in the. Yeah i love them. Both the notebook was awesome. Like i'm looking at that like that's cool. I didn't know we had these propaganda reports. It was so expensive that i'm not saying it was like a jusuf twenty dollars just to make it but there little like they're nope their small size notebooks and i use those to do like my list for the day. Have a very organized. How i do my lists every single day and week and people follow me on twitter. No that i make lists of the lists. I need to make but anyway. So it's a propaganda report notebook if anybody wants when you can email me at the propagator report podcast i. Yeah it's awesome. i. It's possible. That if i if people want them i can make enough of them. And then it won't be so expensive but not to belabor the point but as as somebody's not a lot of stand up comedy in my life in a lot of clubs that's like the ideal size not too small reiki it right on. It's not too big. It's like a guard right right on it without this. Clay all right. Maybe i'll i'll put it in the shop. If i have a picture of it but what when i get back thank you but i you would like it. And our guys t-shirt you'd have. The rug is tj fifth grade to. That's a great russell. Little nice surprise and it's about propaganda hilarious. Aware it and people will come talk to you all right. I will do that. You guys can find your drive time. News blast every weekday afternoon at the proper port dot com or your favorite podcasting platform. We will talk to you guys in patient fifteen or next week. Have a fantastic rest of your day. Monica grey vacation thank you..
"mccalla" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"I did and i liked that. He was for america. I i really did But it seemed to be like a cult of trump's you know i don't know there's i mean i know people out there that you know get set and i rate if he say anything negative about him you know and he did a not so good stuff. Yeah you try to divide israel. Which is that's what that peace agreement does. and the bible's pretty clear and believe it was. Joel is pretty clear about what happens if you divide. Jerusalem i digress. Anyway this is the case of the madonna. The us government is co patent-holder. Who didn't know that. Check this out. guys okay. In the case of madonna the us government is co patent-holder through the national institutes of health. A clear conflict of interest Ya that's a conflict of interest. And he says i published basically the only two papers at teach doctors how to treat cova nineteen at home to prevent hospitalization and death. If treated early it. Results in an eighty percent reduction in hospitalizations death mcauliffe said so not only were the vaccines rolled out necessarily by suppressing already available effective treatments. But the fda in the cdc are now covering up tragic number of deaths caused by their external experimental in or in a injections Mccalla said he has organized groups around the world that emphasize early treatment. So i if you remember. They were withholding hydrochloric place in the side effects of of hydraulics or terrible. There at really really. What about the millions of of military men and women who took hydrochloric lean in are just absolutely fine Yeah really They did it on purpose. Think about what your government in the united states has done to you and think about the governments around the world and what they've done. What are they done. These treatments were available and they were like eighty five percent reduction in hospital in death but yet they refused refuses people died. Parents died where. I come from a moss. The small farming community. That i'm from There's a lot of hispanics and a lot of my friends lost. Their parents to kobe was could have been prevented. It's extremely angry. And the only thing. I keep thinking is you know. Vengeance is mine. Say at the lord. I will repay and so we are to leave that to the lord and the lord will take vengeance for us Governments have actually tried to block early treatment of kobe patients. So we created a home patient guide. And i'm going to click on that. And i'm gonna give you guys that link. Okay because she. Gus to look at this okay you can go to h. T. t. p. colon four slash four slash faculty dot u. t. r. g. V dot edu. Okay that is you is in umbrella. T. as in tom or is in. Ralph jesus george v. as in victor dot e. d. u. Okay and he can pull up that God to home.
"mccalla" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Net, rips it around the far boards for Filip Forsberg will pump to the near wing and Ryan Ellis. Outside feed is you see? Pounding it down the ice gonna roll into the lightning end Luk Shan locks shoulders with assistance. Who's got the puck? Gore does of the left wing. It's Barkley. Good row clearing attempt is blocked by Sissons Hill. Golf it back in. Circuit job across the Luke Shannon the right way. I've been going with 12 Forward. Six defenseman lineup configuration is Greg told you the pregame Shan dumps it in Coleman design it behind the net. A dropped pass for McDonough's intercepted first by our bits and escape to the red Line and bounce it in. The Tampa Bay defense of Zone. Opening minute, No score, Eric turn act behind the Lightning net. Looking things over. Holding out of the park. Put it off the far boards. It did get out to center ice. It's immediately rattled back in by McCalla Granlund. It's going to Corinne behind the lightning that to Matthew Shane. He has checked by Anthony Sara Lee coming off a two goal game last night. He's trying to clear it. It's bouncing around in the low slot. McDonough just swatted to the far corner for Johnson. And Tyler will pitch it high in the air out to center ice. Dante Fabbro had a lost to surrender. You got checked hard by do Shane and Here's Luke. Coming back to the Lightning in cut. It is a race by Ryan McDonagh. Fine play McDonough. Bouncing pockets, trying to get a handle to it. And instead it's going to come to fabric. Alright, point shot is why I left penalty coming up in the lightning. Ellis pinches to the left circle. I'll go cross ice to the right point and grandly Macau. Granlund holds centers and blocked lighting still haven't touched. It finally wrote a will. In the far corner. They getting McDonough here. They're calling it boarding. It's absolutely atrocious. Some of the calls it will be seen in the referees so certain early 1 50 will be the time of the penalty. 70 Mr Boarding..
"mccalla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm David first today on the Brian Lehrer Show here why some progressives are urging President elect Biden to choose Congresswoman Dab, Jalan for Interior Secretary It would be a historic pick as she would be the first native American ever appointed to the captain. Plus, it's asked the mayor with Mayor Bill de Blasio That's coming up this morning, starting at 10 o'clock on the Brian Lehrer Show. And right now, here's John Shaffer with today's gig Alert Thistle House, Although she first came to attention as a singer, songwriter and cellist Leyla McCalla is also a banjo player and guitarist and a fan of lots of different types of roots music. Our original songs like this one, called heavy as lead sometimes revolve around themes of social justice and the black experience, which may feel very of the moment but which are sadly timeless. She performed this version of heavy as lead live in our studio last year. That's heavy is led by Leyla McCalla. She's one of many performers in bluegrass prides holiday event called Fireside Pride. It's streaming live tomorrow evening for details. Go to new sounds dot or g'kar making in me as the dust Ihsan Amine on every.
"mccalla" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thanks for having me. This'll album is amazing. I feel remiss that I didn't know about it back when it was originally released, But I'm super excited that Smithsonian Folkways is putting it back out because it is a gem. Thank you. Thanks so much. Yeah, feels it feels good. I mean, when you when you released it in 2014 did you have a sense that it would? It would have a kind of a second life like this. I feel like it Z hitting a lot of people's radar for the first time right now. Yeah. I mean, I always felt that the poems themselves were timeless. And and I knew that that would carry the songs. You know what I didn't realize maybe was Where this album would take me in my life. And so it's exciting and kind of reconnect with the reasons why I started putting out records because this is my first album and You know, it was the big sort of coming into myself as an artist on behind, claiming that about myself. What was there a particular piece of work by Langston Hughes. That kind of sparked in your imagination. The idea for this record Yeah, I would say it's the song Heart of gold, which is the song that opens the record. Yeah, that's the song that I think I first really heard Music. You know when when I was reading this palm. And so it's been interesting Tol. Think about that. Because the deeper I go into his work and you know, I hear music in a lot of his work. It doesn't feel exclusive to the poems that air Represented on this album, but I did a show. It was like an album release. So and I've been performing the songs for so many years now, and I tried to, you know, stay true to the order of the songs on the On the album and even that was kind of like, Wow, My head was just in such a different place. When I first assembled these songs I'm like, Wow, I had a really specific idea of the story. I was trying to tell that and that story has really changed. Mm hmm. So it's been interesting that just think about you know how your mind changes. But then the song's kind of our are still true to some some part of your journey. You know, that's gonna be really interesting because the First time you approach the album. You're working with a text. That's 60 years old. And now when you re approach the album, there's a new older text and it's yours like you. You're your own archive. I'm like, Wow, I used to really be like wanting to be like Super creative about song writing, You know nothing. I'm not, but I'm like God, It's so nice to connect with that sort of beginner's mind. Yeah, on. I guess that's the benefit of this covert reality is like we all have to kind of go back to the beginning of something. Yeah, right. It's sort of like first thought best thought totally. Totally. Well, what song are we going to hear today? So I'm gonna play a song for you. This one's called Song for a dark girl. This was comes from a poem written by Langston Hughes in 1927. Amanda and I find that The words to this song really seemed to apply to our world today. Yeah, All right. This is Leyla McCalla here on live wire. Wait now Selves in Dix, Break the heart of me. They hung my back. Young to across room Street. Wait out. Sounds in Dixie. Who's by Jaime?.
"mccalla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ago. Speak to those same issues later. Macallan joins me now live from Norman's Leila. Welcome to the show. Hey, Thanks for having me. It's nice to have a nice to talk to you. When did you first come across the poetry of Langston Hughes. When I was 16 years old, My father gifted me a book of lakes and uses poetry. The selected comes thanks amused, And I think that was the first time I You know, I've heard his name before that. That was the first time that I really felt connected to poetry and really connected Tio lace and Hughes's poetry in particular, and that's how I learned about Langston Hughes talked to me a little bit about him. What? What? What was it about him and What struck me about his words. Well, I think that I always felt that he was able to talk about these really, you know, nuanced and complex emotional. Issues with such simple language, and I think that that really impressed me. You know, it was it was just easy to connect to. It was very organic. It wasn't like, Oh, you have to, you know, be a literature with even understand what is being said, you know, And you know his metaphors I found to be super beautiful and then It just made me curious about him. You know, to read his work, and so I went on to read his autobiographies. And I learned about his early career and then also, you know, beyond just poetry. He was just an absolutely prolific writer. You know, there wasn't one, you know style of writing that he limited himself to And and that inspired me, You know, to just think outside of the box for my own my own creative journey. Well, let's let's play some music before we talk about how the next step of the journey played out. Take a listen to this, but I don't have a lot of goal. Hard study even Made of clay. And that's that is my guest Leyla McCalla with heart of gold from her rereleased debut album, very colored songs, the lyrics to that song. Are from the poet Langston Hughes poem titled Very Colored Song. So you start to realize that.
"mccalla" Discussed on WTVN
"Boots. I don't know if you feel this way, but I feel like these almost two hours here flown. There we get we get lucky. We had great collars and people call in and people are civilized and have opinions, And that's what it's all about. We live in a free country. If you have an opinion, it's okay. I mean, for now. Yeah, Yeah. Oh, Bindiya when buying its in, I just want to know what officers got the knock on the door and get the guns up. Excuse me, Mr Johnson. We understand you have an ar 15 our minds from what Zach was like. If he wins and takes my what guns? I don't have a gun. Yeah, well, you haven't heard what Biden call's a Manet R 13. You don't even know it's a dummy is I mean, the guy's so just he just forgot, And he's not done he just for going, But I will say this Easter egg hunt at the White House will be awesome. Because he's going to hide his own eggs. He's gonna wait five minutes and then you don't know where they're at. And how the best X rayed. His grand kids were going as they're playing with hair on his legs, and he sniffing their hair. Let's go find some eggs, kids. It's going back the phone lines. Mustafa. Good morning, brother. What's going on? Oh, my God. Uh, anyhow. That caller. What? Three colors ago about way fell in place. But you know what? Hell yes, that's a good point. Well back then. They didn't know any better, though. Now, they said went out. Oh, I listen to you at Sunday and you made the comment. You put it. Something about antiques on the riot or the looters and the rioters coming in the suburbs. I don't see that after moves. I don't know. Really. I hope it does. You know when you had me off, you know, um I drive by improving your driveway, but I'm not going to hurt you. But you're not Antifa. We're civilized person. You're not Mustafa, How much would you charge? Teo Do that like mentally message Me on Facebook, love. We'll talk about that. I'm a little scoop up motif. Asafa Poopie. Right, Right. The middle of the driveway. And my neighbors would love that. I now okay? I'm sitting on the porch last Saturday. And it catches the light. Can't I don't have anything to do with it. I'm so I'm so disappointed. I don't want to take it like a kill shelter or to the bank account. I want to take it to the place that you don't try to find this cat at home. I can't keep get I've called seven Places. And have her back from one of them. Understand kid in season. This is the main I'm really disappointed in these so called cat rescue people. That's what I get that well, They got so many of them. I There's a place where you sit over here, off behind Tanski Toyota over here on 1 61. It's like the Cat cafe or something crazy. I looked in there They have, like 800 cats, and I think I I think you know, cats are like rabbits. A multi, usually what the apparently so Yeah, they had like 6 to 10 kittens. It's still here. I mean, hell, I set out on the front porch with that thing until, like four o'clock Sunday morning. Be a new buddy bed came back out of the still here announcing the frigging now, like my interior decorators, not putting up with it. I have to go. Your daughters who had taken you watch She got lover theory. He already has 20. Well, third one's a charm, right? No thiss cheap food out there. Make it someone else. Nagging Mum. You never know. Usually I used to live on the country outside grow city, and we had a lot of cats and I just throw food out there and they stuff always a pleasure body that will be on Mindy McCalla tune in tomorrow's good back phone lines. Gotta Robert Online to Good morning, Robert. Good morning, Dan. How are you? I'm good. Get a couple of weeks ago, I called invited your listeners out of the champagne. Aviation Examiner Bana and we were flying or B 25. We made two flights that day. And had quite a few people come up and say that they heard about it on the radio. So good Arab 6 10 was in evidence, so I just want to say thank you and, um We always like to have visitors out out on our banner. All right, Rob, will we appreciate it? 6 10 is all about veterans were all about police. Good police and ah Brad Cough will call it appears that Brad ever call in. Do we, Miss Bradley? He hasn't. Maybe we'll call in auto, Smart said. If he calls and we're putting through the auto smart, that's fine. Let's go back to Bill. Emily says bills will the nicest guys on the planet. So prove her wrong Bill. Oh, bless her heart she was in that comes true. Oh, you must be a republic. Good point, and how you guys doing this morning were wonderful. Outstanding. Goodwin just on my way over to date to the Air Force Museum. See the changes they've made during the closure. Um, baby veteran that have their year. Um For years active duty in tears and reserves. Just one of the kind of weigh in on the situation in this country. You know, coming up in November. In my opinion, and I saw the eye. Perhaps that way. This is the Election that will bake for break this country fighting and the Democrats gained control of the House and the White House and main banks told the Senate And the White House maintain the house. We have bought this country and we will never get it back without a revolution or a civil war and I prayed to God that I'm wrong, but I don't think that I am. I I think the only way by Khun Win is fake votes and Nancy Pelosi. I mean, she's an evil woman. Honestly, she is like the worst. In my opinion. Pelosi is one I put her up with one of the most evil human beings I've ever watch. Say a word. I completely agree. And you wonder what happens. Somebody threw a bucket of water on her. Oh, well, What about her shoes? There's no place like home. You're right. She looks like you remember in living color the fire Marshal Barber Bill. That that Carrie looks if you Google and looking her picture, I mean, she's had so many face lifts and Bo talks is I'd like to see her drink a pop. She probably She never saw her face with crack and fall on the floor. And you know what? I I hate to be the misogyny misogynistic sounding with her, but I don't care. I can't stand her job. I feel sorry for him. Because I really I'm agreeing with you there put him in in there because they know he's on his 1 ft in the grave or whatever. And I know that I'll get cam E and I Someone corrected me last week, But I was always understanding that the vice president would be the speaker of the house, which then would be Nancy Pelosi, and you're absolutely right. We're in trouble if they win, and it's we are and it's and Go ahead. No, no, it's a says it's making a noise because I worry about military. All my friends in the military, especially career military say it's the most comfortable they've ever felt. Being a military special. Brock was any killed the military spending, you know, he gave us to cut the budgets, and Biden was behind that. Limits our military stronger than it's ever been The most important thing we can do right now, when you could pray for President Trump for your safety, we need to pray for guidance from God. I need to pray for the safety of our law enforcement. You can pray for the safety of our military be depraved, the safety of Christians who are under attack in this nation. And most of all, we need to trade for this nation as a whole. We need to stand up. We need to stop this rioting, looting in the media and the Democrats called pro testing, which is a blatant knocked out. Why This young man who shot these two people, three people in a notion, you know, he's 17..
"mccalla" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Rock no I love the instability of American about in the industrial sector but I would also include the the creativity of the two factor as it were the parodies the coronavirus inspired charity is that some of them which also work out to be PSA is like the great the dough ray me sound of music parity slash PSA we played yesterday how about that this offering from Brent McCalla inspired by the Bee Gees this is another ear worm you're going to remember this and listen to the lyrics to it so you can a update them for current relevance more it is pretty good and the.
Are Cell Phones the Cigarettes of the 21st Century?
"We go with Dr Joseph McCulloch Doctor mccalla. Welcome back to the podcast so great to chat with the again. Well it's great to be here Jesse. Yeah we got a lot to get into. I loved your New Book On. Ems and I love the title. Em assist perfect. My sister's responsible for that one love it. I'm sure people are gonNA love it as well as we jump in here. I think it's important to talk about how you first became aware of ems. I know for you. This has been something on your radar for about twenty years. Some curious how did you initially come in contact with them? And what was your initial reaction. Well because I've got a website that seeks to educate the public about health issues. I became aware of this a long time ago about two decades ago as you mentioned and it was pretty clear if you if you're serving the literature that this is an issue so I knew about it. I accepted that they were an issue but reluctantly chose to accept it. Fully embrace it and act upon it in a way that would protect me specifically largely because I fell prey to the deceptive campaigns by the wireless industry essentially replicated the patterns of the tobacco industry. They absolutely do work. They seek to create doubt and confusion. Which is a primary strategy and they certainly did my mind than they effectively by spinning off of many other ostensibly credible research studies. That suggested. There wasn't an issue. So pretty this doubt this lack of scientific certainty and unlike tobacco which has very clear and strong suggestions that. There's something going on here. I mean just common sense. Why would you inhale something? That's Y- smoke into your lungs. I mean it just doesn't make sense is not going to be an issue but wireless radiation. It doesn't have that at all in fact to other counters at our amazing Lee beneficial to us and that is incredibly inconvenient prize with all these tools easy access to the greatest innovation history of mankind. Which is the Internet. And it's invisible. You can't hear see it smell it so you're just never aware that you're being enveloped with these exposures with that. In the convenience aspect primarily I just shows to be remained ignorant and at ignorant but chose to embrace it in full and take measures to counteract it and I didn't really get motivated to get more serious about it until one of my mentors. Dr Klinghoffer confronted me with this. He's a clinician. For many years in sees a large number of people still in the trenches being patient some of the sickest patients in the world sees in Europe and in the US and one of his basic tenants as he refuses to see someone. Unless they're gonNA mitigate the M. F. Exposures because he knows that there's not going to get better so that to me was a giant clue and I got serious about in once I started studying it and it took me three years to compile information. This book became real obvious that this was indeed. A real threat in that the source of the confusion was the wireless industry and they're far more sophisticated than tobacco industry. Everyone knows how effective they were. I mean Jay's we had every federal regulatory agency telling us in warning of the dangers of cigarette smoking yet they still persisted for thirty years before we finally got the black box warnings and telling people very clearly authoritatively that these are dangerous and I think everyone listening most likely can remember when the four five. Ceo's of all the major tobacco industries testifying before Congress saying one that cigarettes were not addictive and to to the best of their knowledge did not cause cancer. They were lying through their teeth. It took that long and they still lied. But finally attorney generals were able to correct that in impose tens of billions of dollars in sanctions against them. And we're going to head towards a similar result with the wireless intrigued but it's going to probably take another twenty thirty forty years. I mean because the evidence is so clear and compelling once you objectively review it and before we get deep into the nitty gritty here. I think it's important. Were on the same page and to get there. Can you explain exactly what? Ems are sure mfs is an acronym is your electromagnetic fields and describes the entire range spectrum. Which can be anywhere from a fraction of a cycle per second which is called hurts too many billions of or even hundreds of thousands of billions of cycles. Per Second. Not all you must are dangerous. We've been exposed to EMS since air entire human biological history and example of those would be sunlight. Sunlight isn't enough broadly. They're broken down into two different categories. I O nizing radiation in which there is some from sunlight. Ultraviolet radiation was gives us our son Tannin. Vitamin D is actually ionizing radiation. That's when you get too much you'll get a thermal burn as dangerous. You don't WanNa get excessive something like that but obviously some as important to stay healthy. I don't think any rational human being other than a dermatologist. Which hard to classifies rational most of the time would disagree with that and we've had relatively low exposures. I mean they're earth actually emits certain very low level. Emf's Shuman Resin Sake. Seventy eight hurts or so but this is very low level but the exposures that we're most concerned about our manmade ones which didn't really exist before the late eighteen eighties or so electrical fields radiofrequency feels these were not around the planet but they started becoming more prominent even though they were around for four years at the end of World War. One they were still pretty low and if you compare the levels of a typical major exposure we're concerned with which radio frequencies which is about two to five Gigahertz Gigahertz as a billion cycles per second those are the frequency that your microwave oven runs on and your cellphone. They're almost identical frequencies. The industry uses heat thermal damage as a measure of the safety. Because it's the same for microwave. So their thought is that if it's not heating your tissue like a microwave than can't possibly cause biological damage will go back to that later. There's this broad spectrum of ems the end of world will want certain level even though ems. Were around be as we're ROTHROCK FORTY YEARS? It was still relatively low out century later. Nineteen or twenty twenty. We are literally at a billion billion times higher exposure than we were a hundred years ago. That's ten to the fifteenth. So it's hard to imagine that an increase in that type of magnitude of exposure wouldn't have some biological impact so today for example getting into the different man media mass. There's four different types. One being radio frequencies than we got magnetic fields electric fields and dirty electricity. Well Yeah. Those are the primary mimic exposures note. Nature does create radio frequencies to I mean they exist in stars amid him. I think you'll see there are out there but the really really low exposures if you were to measure them they be. I mean it almost immeasurable by most commercial equipment so the issue is not only the frequency but the amount of intensity of exposure them out of power. That's being broadcast into your tissue right. We're going to be looking at the Manmade Weinstein how we can lessen or totally eliminate the impact on the human body. You talked about the SARS and you talked about the effect of this radiation causing heat on the tissue so first of all I just want to get into the FCC here. 'cause they're the ones that are creating these guidelines and the guidelines they're creating have to do with heating tissue so let's go a bit deeper into this and talk about SARS and in the measurement that we're using here and how that works will SARS is another acronym again stands for a specific absorption. I forget the IRS Stanford but essentially it's a term used to describe how much heat is generated when you're exposed to electronic device and it's not unreasonable because it is. I says microwave transmitter. So it will vibrate your tissues as certain frequency and create. He'd and he'd can clearly 'cause biologic damage and it can be an indirect indicator of the amount of danger. That's there but by no means a direct because we know now very clearly and there's literally hundreds if not thousands of studies have proved conclusively that is not the heating damage is what we call the non thermal effects and for the longest time it. We really confused me. No one really knew or understood. What the biologic mechanism was for these. Non Thermal Effects. We just knew. That's what causes damage. We knew it was heating was very very clear was not heating the tissue and if you go abide by these standards FCC I think just adopted him from another professional agency is like International Electrical Standards Agency that they took that from and they've got these models based on but even using this flawed model they use this model that is called Sam which was patterned after a six foot. Two or four military guy was weighed about two hundred thirty pounds sale very large head and it totally different characteristics than a child. They're measuring SAR based on that model. So it's flawed and they're not measure for children also it's slugged begin with but even using that model. It's still an indirect indication because it will give you an indication of the amount of power that's being generated by that devise. But you cannot you simply cannot use. Sars is indication of the safety of your phone because it isn't other than you maybe can compare models and will lower star rating. Might be a little safer but you still need the shield yourself because exposure this will clearly increase your risk of biological damage in the most common would be cancer but you know what I call cell phones to cigarettes of the twentieth century for good reason because there's so many similarities. Not only did they wireless industry pattern their tactics after tobacco but they also in many ways are almost identical with the mechanism of the Holocaust. Har- They do not hurt you. After one exposure or exposure for a week a month or maybe even a decade it takes these is a long term chronic exposure. Where ultimately you'll succumb to the biologic damage. So this is a new experiment. Most people listening to this if not been exposed to their cell phone for more than two decades. I mean there are some but there's like no one more than three decades and debt still maybe under the window a word required exposures going to occur to encounter these side effects and you know people can smoke for four or five decades and still not have cancer now. They make succumb to other reasons. Like my mom who's longtime smoker and was confusing to see by the tobacco industry and she ultimately wound up dying from complications from COPD or emphysema. So you don't necessarily have to die directly from cancer but there's a lot of people coming down with brain cancer as and even prominent celebrities. We have two senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain who both died from brain cancer secondary to cell phone
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"Opening the Senate impeachment trial of president trump before the proceedings began major Majority Leader Mitch McCalla Connell admonished his house colleagues for handing out pens after speaker Pelosi side of the two articles against the president often says seriousness and sobriety like handing out Sooners as though that for a happy bill signing instead of the gravest process and our constitution minority leader Chuck Schumer he complains about process in pans in signing ceremonies but still does not address the charges against the president and why we shouldn't have witnesses and documents the Senate is in recess until Tuesday a US official confirms that some American troops who suffer dramatic brain injuries from the Iran an attack on all aside air base last week were evacuated recently out of Iraq the Pentagon originally said there were no injuries or deaths on Wall Street the Dow gained two hundred and sixty seven points tied at the BC news one thousand and ninety seven seven are Tanner's now your top local stories from the como twenty four seven news center life has essentially been on hold for close to a week as people in mountain communities along highway to focus on survival in the snow almost Ryan Harris says for some it's made plans on hold to for more caravans of supplies from communities down the highway to hot meals at the Skykomish may sonic large it's been more than a full time job just to keep people going here Lena Jay and her husband were supposed to head to Hawaii for their twentieth anniversary but couldn't in good conscience leave their kids as they kept getting closer by Wednesday night we're like we have to cancel our trip to Hawaii we're going to be gone for ten days and with the road closed we couldn't get on or off the mountain no power the water was down for awhile because the generator at the town and then we can get pressure for water clean this is they haven't really seen much of a government response except king county sheriff's rock they just do they always have otherwise she says they're stuck together to make it through this guy call miss Ryan Harris como news governor Jay Inslee says he doesn't have enough of an assessment to declare an emergency for the highway to communities but to questions about why the state hasn't done more easily says they've done what local officials have banned I'm glad that there have been injuries at least we are aware of I'm glad that the road is open I'm glad that people pull together and I'm glad that the state did what it should do in this case which is to respond to these local communities have they made a request and we fulfill any requests that they made is Lee says that include using emergency rules to get private cruise into remove fallen trees without the normal bidding process so they could get highway to reopen the vote by a group of Seattle area bawling workers or whether they want to leave their union has been delayed details from couples Greg Herschel's this involves safety in flight training pilots who could play a key role when the seven thirty seven MAX eventually returns to service the Seattle times reports that the reason for the delay in the vote is at the national labor relations board is investigating a union charged at Boeing violated labor laws and tried to manipulate its members speak the society of professional engineering employees claims Boeing offered big pay raises but only to non union pilots late last year and promised a twenty five percent pay raise to the union pilots if they decertified Boeing denies that Greg Herschel komo news sources in care givers that Swedish Providence plan to give it ten day notice of their intent to strike earlier this month the nurses postponed a planned walk out in both sides went back to the bargaining table but now the nurses union says there's still too far apart on proposals addressing patient safety and staffing levels if there are no breakthroughs workers plan to strike starting January twenty.
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"Is called love the via nag and it's a song from Layla McCalla from her new record called capitalist blues make the band saying why not it's a great sound and as we were talking about before you know this is an album full of songs to tackle big subjects and there's a big kind of sonic panoply at play here but you're not only writing your own songs but you and Rhiannon Giddens and a couple of other folks now have this incredible group called our native daughters and it's really intense stuff yeah it was super intense even just being around each other and you know figuring out how to say what we felt like we wanted to say and having the space to do that I mean this is such a special thing to be in this time and I've heard Rhiannon say this before but I think we're we're pretty happy to be black women in two thousand eighteen and prepared in a lot of ways to really be able to speak our minds about these issues that have you know affected the trajectory of American politics and society for a long time for a long time yeah now the thing is there are many ways to talk about these issues there's a song that the four of you saying aka Palach old mama's Cryin longer lousy mom is grand long long which is just you know I mean a punch to the gut yeah matter your gender or race or whatever absolutely and sometimes you want that but sometimes you do you need a kind of a lighter touch and you seem to be pretty adept at that is where I come in well you know what yeah also a capitalist blues yeah you know the iron fist has a nice velvety global like I you can you can pop in a long you know a lot of the songs on this record kind of slip by you the first time before you actually get the message what it's what it's talking about yeah yeah I could definitely definitely see that well because a I'm thinking specifically of the song you're going to do next heavy as lead which when I first heard of thought you know this is like a great metaphor for someone is just kind of and beaten down by life you know someone who's just tired you know that's a great old blues trope I'm just I'm tired may but that's not what it's about is it no it's not about that I was inspired to write the song well it's almost like you know some songs just write themselves and you sit down and you think I have these words coming into my mind and this song was like a brick that just fell through my window and basically was written very quickly and I was in a moment of a lot of stress and feeling very heavy because I had found out that my daughter had elevated levels of lead in her blood and we later learned that this was from our doors and our windows in our house where you know the paint was cracking and then the dust chips were going everywhere and then you know so the more I started to kind of learn about how to rectify this for her health and for our home the more that I learned how omnipresent lead is in the city of New Orleans specifically you know and then it got me thinking you know what's it like for parents of children in flint Michigan and what's it like for my my friends in New Orleans who have kids who most of them have had elevated lead in their blood to and it's like you know this is a systemic issue this isn't just our fault right you know it's not a simple case of neglect or something and I wrote the song like sort of in the thick of sorting through this reality it's called heavy as lead Layla McAllen and her band.
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"You keep me to go hi good I am I'm not the cab it's not it's not right I don't know what I'm it's not really was in bonus Layla McCalla and your band live here in the studio with capitalist blues title track from her newest record and you heard Layla singing and playing the banjo with Dave hammer on guitar Peter Lynch you playing the bass and Sean Meyer's behind the drum kit well it was great to see you welcome back thank you so much for having us the thing with this album is like every track has its own kind of musical world that it inhabits seems yeah and I I think that that was definitely intentional you know my first two records on a self produced and for this album I had the great fortune to work with a man by the name of Jimmy horn who leads a band the band in the world it's a band called the specimen King James in the spring games and special and I remember we had this conversation actually when we were talking about working together and he said you know do you want each song to manifest to like exactly what that song should be or do you want it to be for a specific ban and I said no that first off evidently you know whatever that meant to me yeah no I just felt like you know there there is a world within each of these songs and I think that they're related to each other but I definitely you know wanted to fully explore that world and and create that so it's multiple worlds because you have like one song has a calypso flavor another has the sound of Haitian compa music another has blues or there's one song that has a kind of classic soul sound your fifties Paul I mean it's all over the map yeah it was all over the map but I think that it's all you know African to use boric music and that's the essence of American music and so that's the sort of feedback loop that I find myself and right and when you say American what that means more than just United States of America includes the Caribbean then absolutely out absolutely so already people having heard some of the record are kind of calling this your protest record and saying how different it is from the first two sonically it is absolutely different from the first two but in terms of the content how different if at all does this feel to you I feel like it's a a bit more pointed you know especially in today's political environment ever talk about that right but a we don't love it we just find a way I know I know well it's hard to not notice you know and it's like if you're not noticing it then they've they've succeeded numbing too you know that's right but you know I think that it feels more specific where is my other records I think we're making more generally about you know issues of inequality in and racism and racial profiling and just all of these themes within social justice and and now it's kind of like yeah and I think we're all having a real reckoning with what the social justice really mean and if we never feel that sense of justice being done you know how it affects us right and so that's really what I'm exploring on this record is like I feel where we are at as a society in this country but you know it's also is global well no one of the other threads through much of your song writing up until now has been the cello cello here today and yeah I think I only heard it once on the whole record so yeah what even though it was a viola all right so shallow that there's no show and that is not something that I you set out to do that wasn't a goal that just kind of happened and you know it felt right to just say you know not everything that I create has to come from this hello world you know even though I I feel that you know in my heart I'm a tell us I will always be a tell us I think of music like a teleplay or thinks about music and it's such a big part of who I am but I I feel like this record for me was like why do I make music is it to be known as a teller player is it to have this conversation about these ideas when a much of the conversation was carried on in English but not as with other records of yours not exclusively there several songs in Kriel yeah what is it about that language other than your own kind of familial connection to it that makes you want to write songs in it I think that it the the history of the creole language particularly in Haiti really fascinates me you know it's a language that was spoken among slaves to not be understood but they were from such different places themselves and so it's got you know Spanish and African languages and English and a lot of French vocabulary as well and it always blows my mind when I'm I tour a lot in France and when I sing something and I asked you did you understand what I was saying and people have no idea and I'm like went to this is how we you know defeated the French and gain their independence in eighteen oh four so you know for me it I have very often described it as a language of resistance and I think that it continues to be that the more that I learned about it the more that I feel that it is that and that's part of its beauty and I'm just and the C. fascinated by it so what is love the via nag me love your neck means the life of an old man all right Layla McCalla is here with her band performing some songs from her new record called capitalist blues and let's hear the song is called love VV an egg from Layla McAllen that's easier then he did this that's that's no pose that.
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"Here but sometimes he just says Hey here's what I think is every right to that he can also be wrong but he's trending right now in the land of Twitter on al gore's interweb because he said this this morning over on fox news quote the spinning that's been done by the president's defenders over last twenty four hours since is very damaging whistle blower complaint came out is deeply misleading well so is Adam Schiff I mean there's so much in this yeah in the bottom line is they should take this to the for the to vote on it now if they're so into just take about but they won't because they want to milk this as long as they can to do the opposition research funded by taxpayers so they can just get this in the heads of the American people who are busy with other things in their lives and all they want here is it that's why shifted what he did yesterday so like a mob war. yeah what Chris Wallace said was profoundly design expert and I hate to say that so I really do but fox news had a segment. on shepherd Smith stroke it was. dishonest it was similar to ABC's they mis quoted the transcript left how literally a large Kerr grass in distorted it and it allowed based on those assumptions that allowed the gas judge you entering the Paula Tano to make himself look as Joe digenova said that evening make himself look foolish in sold very there is a segment of fox news and I I think Chris Wallace has has moved to that side of the equation. a little bit like that but I yeah consumed with a bias toward from he doesn't like. president trump obviously shepherd Smith has an axe to grind their end a judge McCalla Kano according to Jennifer judge o'donnell expected he was going to get a Supreme Court appointment which I find. ludicrous so he's not not Chris Wallace was not getting appointed anything to see how he sees it came. that's why I respect that and and sometimes he's human he could be wrong we'll see how this all plays out James person dot com thank you Mister some keep our battle gear on here interesting weekend all right thank you.
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"More blue collar than Democrats and Gary Papa with the Texas conservative her he says it's also geography. media by the Arab world. hi Jack and it said firmly here the interior country that's more blue collar economy not the only difference neither is geography how about the media Jeff McCalla to Paul university says if you watch CNN and MSNBC they do stories that you would never ever ever see on file that is it you know the media has decided to go in particular directions and push for audiences that they think will let you know follow their content and then there's our polarization a recent Gallup poll found ninety one percent of Republicans approved of the job the president trump is doing only five percent of Democrats saying the same thing at eighty six point gap ties the twenty twelve record just flip it around for Barack Obama. okay. more things change the more they said design exactly right meantime we got the old boy network and summer sounding a cause for concern new report from the watchdog website slide shows that over half of the US Senate may have conflict of interest. analysis finds fifty one senators and their spouses on up to ninety six million dollars in corporate stocks many in industries they're supposed to regulate rice political science professor mark Jones says it is a concern. actually undermine the legitimacy of decisions we highlight the facials owning such stocks ease legal but he thinks there should be some limits. extra concern are any significant purchases.
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"Thank you. Thank you. She can't. They came here. Mamas. Mamas. She can't. She can't get up. Mamas. And she welcome down. She can't come down. Mamas. Okay. Mama's fine. Can't come down. Mama's flying free. It's a chilling song from reenact Giddens. She wrote it it's called mamas cry and long and that is her performance with the group called our native daughters. The the quartet that also includes Leyla mccalla, Alison Russell and MFS Kia the album from Smithsonian folk ways is called songs of our native daughters. A little detour to recorded music. There seemed to be on point with some of the other music that we're hearing. But when we continue in a moment, we'll go back to our studio for some live performances in the soundcheck podcast series. Both of them particularly concerned with presenting a woman's point of view of a Roach from Brazil, India Ari from here in the states. That's coming up in just a moment on new sounds.
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"That she twisted the questions and carefully chose the questions that he would be caught. You know, how they do that? So whenever I listened to them. I listen to them very carefully, and it how choose they were how they place their words. They turn them around. It's not about truth. It's about now. Margaret, don't be nervous stamps down the line. You'll get a signed copy of my new book why we fight. Thank you for calling. Let's go to is at line three in Arizona at sea. Yes. Just a quick answer. My opinion question that you post earlier Cui Bono. Yes. About this in Virginia. And it's my opinion that Marquette ring, the attorney general, but be that person who has the most to Kane. In Virginia the succession, if the governor is forced to resign next as Lieutenant governor he's coming with his own baggage. And then after him is he attorney general and herring has already declared that he's running for governor in twenty twenty one Virginia. This would get him a leg up. He would be an incumbent. He essentially have a seven year six and a half year term. And being the governor of Virginia is not like being the governor of New Mexico. They generally go on to bigger and better things. Right. For instance, Tim Kaine is a Senator Mark Warner. Former governor is also a Senator mccalla former governor. They don't want to flawed candidates in the governorship. Of virginia. And that's why I think that it's going to be Mark Aaron and more radical more left more. Then both of the other two combined that could be it could be. It's a good theory at C. Thank you for calling. We shall see. I think a lot lot more in the coming days. Let's go to line four, Shelley Newport Beach, California. You wanna return us to the topic of Margaret Sanger? So I had her on Hillary, and I just saw a clip. Can you can you can can you talk more? Yeah. You're you're very muffled. Shoot. Any better? That's a little better. Go ahead. Shut a little better. Okay. Well, I am. References. And Hillary, and I had just. Eight to see Hitler's America just. But it just said well Hillary was saying I'm very grateful for Sanger thought her work for many many sacrifices. Yeah. I think. That's a very bad line. But I think we got the point Hillary Clinton was inanimate of Margaret Sanger the racist. Eugenicist not only that Hillary Clinton is a recipient of the Margaret Sanger award, which tells you everything you need to know, they say they care about the little ones they say they care about the vulnerable ones. But the left as we have seen in the last week is fine.