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"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Ones up with Dr Michael Richmond, who I consider being may well have saved my life. He's such a talented doctor. Julie Hartman is on the show with me. She is once a week, usually Thursdays, but she won't be here Thursday. So she's on today. Talking about the loss to her generation of this last year and a half. It is a crime. In my opinion, a crime was committed by scared. Left wing adults. Scared and left wing. Not not all the scared or left wing. All the left wing are scared. So there are scared, even non leftists. Whoever committed a crime against your generation. And especially those younger than you. Keeping kindergartners from each other. Was a crime. The whole thing the amount of people suffering on earth hundreds of millions because of the lockdown. When they could have even used therapeutics. But folks Romek then makes pharmaceutical companies no money. Hydroxychloroquine wakes that makes them no money. Vaccines make them hundreds of billions of dollars. You think that's irrelevant? To the corrupt American Medical Association to the corrupt Journal of the American Medical Association. I don't Never said this before. I used to defend my spent much all of my broadcast, like defending pharmaceutical companies. Funny how we've switched now the left. They're big fans of Big Pharma. The biggest advocates of Big Pharma as they used to describe pharmaceutical companies. The biggest critics were the left. Now they're the biggest allies the corrupt world of pharmaceutical money. Don't deny at all. What I've said. All these years, pharmaceutical companies have saved lives, including my own. What Truth is, truth, folks. The stuff that's been done to your generation. I mean, just even in the education process you've been shipped. You've been you've been cheated of an education. Yeah. And indoctrination for $70,000 a year. That is that fair to say. Mostly, yes. So well, what would the average person your age you're 21 listening? To this think Oh, this is nonsense. It was very important. They saved my life with lockdowns. They just right. They assume they're just being denial. Yes. Total denial. So there's somebody calling in here. Can in Corona del Mar, California Can Julie gather like minded students to count their leftists? I would love to. How do you gather them? I don't know. Maybe you can tell me where I can find them. Well, there there. How do we find them Anywhere? This is the issue of having people come out of the closet. Your descriptions. Of I think it's worth briefly repeating. That after you first appeared on this show, which was a very tortured moment for you whether to do so you had what you call two weeks of hell. Actually spoke about you. I think my lecture in Saint George this weekend. And Uh, Then. It's sort of like passing through the crucible. And how'd you come out of that two weeks? Came out of it because it was harder for me to stay silent about it than it was to be open and hated. Plain and simple. That's how I came out of it. That's worth italics sizing. It was harder to stay silent. Than to be public and be hated. Yes. Cool. That's.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:12 min | 5 months ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My friends have Dr Michael Richmond board certified. Cardiothoracic surgeon general surgeon. Many years ago. I had him on the show seven years ago and helped many of you as he did me. Then he went into a different form of non private practice is a doctor. But there's a Five right term of patient advocate At his place. Paladin MDs a palette in MD dot com. Which is any way up, But the Dennis prager dot com I want to make it clearer when he speaks about these labs that through the proper testing, which roast labs don't I believe that I know that With regard to your cholesterol levels. He has no financial interest in lab. Cora. May I sort of? I ascertained this during the break. I think you need to know this. So again, most doctors Are not measuring properly, something that is You were you are certain is of great significance than the amount of lipoproteins in our blood. Correct, Correct because they're counting as as you put it there, counting passengers, not cars. The car is the lipid. The car is the lipoprotein. Okay? The lipoprotein. The cholesterol lipid is the passenger. Given the importance of this, and this is where I believe among other places. You had such an impact on my own health. Why doesn't the average doctor know this? Well as we've talked about before. This is the thing that's remarkable. So I just said to you in 1961. From Yale. Very accomplished female and no chronologies published a paper and I have it. Try glitz arise lipoproteins and coronary artery disease. Then in 1967. And the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr Friedrich Sin Cholesterol classifications called the Free Juice in Classifications said No, no, no, We're doing it all wrong. I'm paraphrasing. We need to measure the car's not the people in the cars. So this is not a new concept. We've known this Forever. The problem was You don't learn ended medical school. And if you don't learn it, how do you apply it? Okay, so now that you're able to get it anywhere, Same thing You don't learn in a medical school, so there's a lack of awareness. Then there's lack of competence because very few doctors understand. Label proteins at all. I never learned it. I didn't learn it until After like, just being curious with heart surgery, and then the other thing is lack of time. It takes too much time. Doctors now are being bought up by health care systems and their times being regulated and what they can do is being regulated. And you're lucky if you see a doctor for five minutes, 10 minutes. And if you remember, I spend 50 minutes with people. So the reason we started this company actually. I started it with an entrepreneur named Jennifer Martucci is B. Because her aunt was sick in the hospital. There was no communication with doctors. And I figured, Okay, how do I spend more time with patients all over the place and teach them and not have that fear? That doctors are going to come after you, or they think because now they view me as an asset. Is they don't think I'm gonna take their patients. So now I work with doctors. They call me for cholesterol management on their patients. They call me for problems and we work as a team. So in other words, the patient lives in New Jersey will call me They'll get their blood drawn. I've got their particles. I'll have a consultation with him. Come on what to do. If their doctor doesn't understand. Most doctors would listen to me and do what's necessary. If the doctor doesn't understand or find him a new doctor. Let's talk about the what's necessary. The first thing that's necessary is to correctly assess your, uh H B l level. Is that a proper way of putting it or irrelevant, just cholesterol level. Relevant. Are we talking traditional testing or what you believe they need to be tested for? It's not. It's not what I believe. Arrest of fact, okay. I love that you're talking to the person. So yesterday I had a phone call with The person who's done all the clinical trials who I wrote my book with Who's one of the authorities who invented LDL particle testing Doctor Bill Crumb off Who's Famous international academician and theology, and he said to me, I asked him Bill. What's been going on. Seems like things are going backwards, not forwards, and he said to me, you're right. He goes. You've been doing it right all along, and that's probably because you're a heart surgeon, and you understand the process. The problem is now that There's instead of one society making guidelines there. Seven society's making recommendations and they're all opposite. So the endocrinologist listen to the endocrinologist. The cardiologists. Choose the American Heart Association of the American College of Cardiology, and they're all focused on treatment. But how can you treat people of you don't identify it? So by measuring LDL particles. Which is basically an M r I the blood, you miss Nobody. You identify every single 100% of the people at risk you identify, so I view it is my responsibility. If you don't want to have treatment. That's great. That's your call, but Let me tell you what the facts are. So last week I had a patient. Call me He dug out his thumb drive from 2013. And he called me he said, You know, I've been thinking about this for so long. After your show with Dennis and you save Dennis's life, my cholesterol's normal, but for some reason, I don't think it's normal and he has particle testing and it was through the roof. So I know he's listening right now because he told me and he's been told all along that he's fine. And he's not so our goal is to identify everybody. And heart disease. People are everyone in three deaths in the United States is cardiovascular disease. There were 951,000 deaths. I think the last thing last time was 2013 from cardiovascular disease. Because we're now going from a population. We're going population based. That's what Kaiser is dealing with populations. Precision medicine. Is almost impossible to do now, but all right, we will be back in a moment. Dr Michael Richmond. Certified heart surgeon, Paladin, MD. MDS.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You'll be notified every time we put up a nuclear. All right. If you got in some of you, I'm gonna ask to stay on our own. The screener will, But don't hang up. I'm moving on to another subject. I'm going to return to the United And the assertion by United that safety is their second concern and diversity is their first. They said it In Not so many words, but they said it So, uh, Wife they would undermine their airline. Well, I know why. Because Being woke is more important than being excellent. Have a guest. A man I have not had on the show. I don't know about five years is that Is that fair to say? Seven years, Dr Richmond, let me you let me very quickly say Dr Michael Richmond, who is a board certified cardiothoracic surgeon and general surgeon. Now he's the founder of Paladin. He's paladin MDs dot com. He's a patient advocate. But the reason I'm having him on his first of all I have talked to you about health. All of my career. Whatever I could put over inside, I could bring in the beginning of my career. I told you carbs, not fat was dangerous. Was pretty lonely voice, but I was right. The government was wrong and it's stupid Pyramid. But that's a rule. Ronald Reagan was right. The worst things you could hear are the government is here to help you. Well, is that his famous statement? Sometimes it's true and it works but not usually Dr Richmond. Was my a doctor when he was practicing medicine directly with patients, and I believe, uh, you can't prove it, but I believe He prolonged my life. I am think very healthy. He knows his stuff and what I recommend it to you with something he be made me aware of, and that is The erroneous way in which people's cholesterol is counted or measured. Dr Michael Richmond. Welcome back to the dentist Prager show. So glad to be that one minute. We gotta put your that say it again. I'm sorry. It's been a long time so happy to be back. Yes, indeed. It is good to have you So explain. In your inimitable way. What the cholesterol count is wrong about. Okay, Well, first of all I want to say even though I haven't been on in seven years, I still have your Loyal followers. I probably get three a month calling me and saying you saved my life or you save Dennis's life. I want you to save my life, So it really stuck. All those shows we did. So, basically what The issue has been for years. It was first described in 1961 in a paper titled Tryg Lyssarides, coronary artery disease and Lipoproteins. That we should not be measuring the fat content in the blood. We should be measuring the transport vehicles. Because obviously, oil and vinegar don't mix so blood is the vinegar. Cholesterol's the oil. Okay, so they don't mix. You can't get it together, so the body ingeniously packages the cholesterol inside of particles and those particles drive the cholesterol. Around the body. Have you remember the analogy I made years ago? We measure the people in the cars, but you need to be measuring the cars because it's the cars that traffic, the cholesterol throughout the body. The depth of the definition of LDL cholesterol. The traditional way is simply the amount of liquid cholesterol and a desolate er of plasma. So take a little bowl. Input cholesterol in it. How does that How does that help you? Because it's not soluble so We still measure the number of people in the cars and not the cars, and now it's even become more mainstream. It's become more accepted because If you remember there were only a couple loves doing it. Now LabCorp bought the technology The anim are in people can get it everywhere, so technically, I can be Provide guidance and take care of people everywhere now, and it is been shown that normal cholesterol testing Mrs about 50 to 60% of the variability in the population, so that means 50 to 60% of the people. Like you were told they had normal cholesterol and didn't Because they were counting the passengers and not the cars. Correct. And now because Moral labs are measuring lipids. That's the term correct of the cars like, Oh, proteins. Lipoproteins. What's the difference? Funeral lipoprotein in a lipid? Lip. It is just a general term for fats Lipoproteins are the proteins that are made all right body that traffic, the cholesterol through the body. We're going to continue with Dr Michael Richmond wants you all to be healthier. Nerve renew is one of the ways to be healthier if you have what I have had most of my life Pins and needles feeling and an extremity in my case, both my feet because of the Romans. To make a long story short after having inserts, which finally worked. We're putting them in like shoes for 10 years. Relieving the pressure on the nerve. After taking nerve renew for nine months I threw away and I still have thrown them away. I do not use them. Might inserts nerve renew dot com, one year money back guarantee. That is Prager here.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Problem you know the ones are you could start managed properly can turn into depression it could be the worst things and so they're really hurt people to use telemedicine to talk to people find a therapist knows all the things you would do an internal situation not normal harms in some part people need to make some pretty tough choices that they've never done before such as mental health treatment now is a good part of your diet if you are you're something you're feeling on a constant basis every day I would we would we encourage people to not let it go sharks sharks who can help now yeah yeah and it is wonderful of your staff by the way for what they're doing I went to the grocery store yesterday and I was thinking how wonderful and brave it was for everybody who was working there and what they were doing so that I could go in and shop so it's much appreciated but it does bring that anxiety as well for the for the people who are there shopping so are you using methods of spacing them out as they go in that kind of thing yeah we're doing what you see a lot of value we we put more people on the floor we trust people six extra parts yeah we lost people to step back from some of the the check in counters and we've actually created Berrier so they have to stay a certain distance away we have not gotten to the point where we need to limit traffic inside the store naturally slow down a little bit but it is certain point but if we get to a place with a killing people is going to we want to help people with all sides come in one time but so far no we always heard the news shorter hours a little bit so now we're open from nine to six Monday to Saturday and then open from eleven to four on Sunday and we're doing that at all we have our state one campus and we just allows us to look at what time in the morning to clean socks the staff don't have to be here the staff with the doing out there coming in at six in the morning leaving at hand and then calling back again at five in the afternoon yeah what ships are really really tough for doing an amazing job with I'm just really proud of how much effort they put into it and just couldn't ask for better people know they sound amazing for sure the folks that are coming in and doing the shopping is one thing how are you doing this sort of consulting to help people you know fill out the unemployment forms and that kind of thing is this is that's a different section correct yes so we're you know we have just another part of the building on the reporters are Michael Richmond center the caller crisis center and we are in the computer lab there we had to spread out the computers a little bit so there's all the distancing of corporate above a large flat screen to do since he came from a little bit from a distance two people using a computer lab people are able to use the phones there are of course if the cleaners down every time someone in charge of the we're trying to do as much as we can remotely you can call in to make an appointment the teleconference with them as well so we work well we're shifting complains you know we go to a small group of people there but they're doing incredible work and they've been finding new and creative ways to help people every single day I'm always amazed at the new techniques for finding and when you're able to answer questions quickly here's something I've been wondering about and you know I don't know if you want to go there but I'm just curious about how all of you service agencies and nonprofits are still out there doing so much wind Hey you can you can have your fundraisers and that kind of thing so how are you keeping it all together I think that organizations that were organized to begin once are going to do very well during this time an organization that works are gonna really suffer and you're right now I'm very proud of our organization really good system here and what's happened is we've actually had an increase in donations from people are nothing major but we actually know we are our goals for March we're almost ready to hit our goals for April and the cost of so you know we we're we're seeing people reach out to us it might norm normally wait till the end of the year contribution and they're not doing that and dance we'll call you to check in with our own donors and volunteers how they're doing and I think that the relationship that we have with people all going for so many years that they understand the need and without even having to ask where we're getting people to step up to the plate and those people that twenty five dollar contribution they're making hundred dollars right now the people in order to thousand dollar contribution again five dot com right now and every time I get one of these on board some waters in art art art Europe a little bit it's just so amazing during this time of the federal court everybody you have people willing to step up and expand the company's consolidations your current or former biggest partners complete care has really stepped up for us we've had some amazing work from some of our partner because your family and that's really where the majority of its comparable individual people and I think that when you have charitable organizations that rely on individuals that's where they're gonna have support I will let people know that they can go online to United against poverty dot org to learn more about you and maybe make that kind of a contribution what about your volunteers again you can have as many volunteers so how are you making do with that well you know we have a program where you know groups think about volunteer but all the mechanical and for obvious reasons I don't think they feel safe and clean environment and but we are individuals of state volunteering cedar knolls that will come out on their own and in concert with it we have a lot of volunteers that are on the house floor court mandated service reporter in mobile no offense is where the heart goes on to our service and many of them are coming up you know that we're going now we have a little part of they were laid off so but that that will run out of time and we're gonna have to start doing a call asking people to consider coming on volunteering opens a stocking the shelves and bagging groceries and stuff because about sixty to seventy employees our grocery list and so we're we're really relying on volunteers but the scope of work why don't you go ahead and let people know in addition to the things we talked about anything you'd like them to know about your mission and how things are going right now and maybe even share story if you will your mission is to help inspire and empower them with some of those cells from place of poverty health officials said you know we want to put ourselves out of the that's ideal for all organizations for work you know our our model years upon her hand up as opposed to a hand out that's why we ask for a truly giving process so we don't give it away for free where I think it would make a small contribution for it it's a very small contribution but I need a call because we created a greeting card process for everybody and that's what we have over thirty five thousand members that are part of this program I think that it's you know we're trying to do is also partner with every other social service agencies in communities where we can help right now when you're done donation site anybody that wants to donate clean bars supporting the homeless shelters in the we have some really good ones coalition for the homeless in downtown Orlando you're reading rescue mission in men and women's programs on television are harbor house the program is also current Stanford the rescue mission there all the needs of both of those things cleaned up by the results of the mother working twenty four hour operations there so we have a base on the part of people donated cleaning supplies here everything composed rags bottles and spray bottles and whatnot we got those down to the shelter but we haven't seen as much of a donation that regards I think that could cause a lot of people holding on to their stuff understandably birds we we do need more donations for the shelters are not part of our mission as an organization is to be a computer to try and help other nonprofit organization before the United United will probably come from we're just trying to help out wherever they are and make sure that we can provide some type of service or support every social service agencies in the community somehow helping low income individuals what are you hearing from those individuals what stories have you heard from them about their situation right now a lot of people unfortunately are being laid off you know they're in good spirits in there there you're staying with their families they're taking care of themselves the people that I worry about are the ones that are already on the streets the shelters are pretty full and we have a woman here all all all all color Valerie for me you know she doesn't have anywhere to go and so she's been coming out you are sitting on a on a park bench here during the day she's been trying to volunteer and consumers who are she works with the buy orange for us which is harder than here in your your your personal appearance of bush's solutions where we would go to the basket for we're trying to help her everywhere we can't are you talking about are the story of one day people who it usually has a chronic illness and that's the case with our arms they are struggling to make a decision on the moving a lot of support sometimes chronic illness the physical many times mental sometimes in social disappears but usually the Clintons and severe mental illness and the market is in terms of people between everyone wants a current and support there's a lot of also support groups out there our whole synonymous for cardinals groups and you know we have been supportive of those groups in the past but many of them are lacking a place right now in the in the gathering processing and I think that you know everybody's going to come up with new ways to do that whether it's the teleconference or you know find spaces working spread out with a hundred people so we're we're getting over a cold about about that as well you're not gonna be able to your drive all the way over from what your what you for sharing and they know when they come over the shoulder it's a very small step bringing higher formally there's younger people and told them when they come to help stock up here this is the only type of food that they can afford and they're always really nice to search me out when I come on campus and one you know just something for you and we can have a conversation with Elizabeth birch trees and her and her vehicle hello friends without other people come out you know that they've shared with the government in a very long to get here there's concern among some of the only affordable food for thought I want to say that you have been letting the community know about the poverty issue for a long time now in fact the organization changed its name United against poverty to underscore the issue of poverty and central Florida there will be lessons to learn.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Well I don't even know what that was he was gonna ruin fundamentally change the character of this nation that doesn't even make any sense the voter does that give you these people don't realize that the people that you elect are merely reflections of the electorate that's all that is they are merely reflections of the electorate period so we are supposed to have my surgery but I don't know if he's gonna be joining us or not because we can't get a hold of it as we got us we got em marches on Marjorie who is the head of black on the matter he also finally it's all is I don't know how long it's taken for him to finally speak it's the fact that he spoke at C. pack on the issue and I like that he shook up the room because I think that the issue needs to be shaken up because for awhile honestly it kind of felt like you know everybody gives lip service about guns they give lip service about second I'm not right yes yes you know it's like you say yes the way we love Jesus we love god I would love for it but then when it gets down to like really serious issues there and then there's a little bit of a drawback and like I like I was saying was some of the stuff like with the stopping for stuff that Bloomberg was promoted on like how are you going to go off on red flags class that then you're gonna go and support does it doesn't make any sense but March is on the phone with us now and it's good to talk to you my friend I was so glad to see you up on that stage I mean first thanks for having me Dana and second I looked very very handsome on the stage I have to be honest about that you you dress up nice in is that's the first I've ever seen in a suit a trick everybody because we're BG employees all across the street every that was eight you and you did a great job and you were really well received which I buy was a I mean I I'm glad you brought us such a really energetic message about this I got to ask your opinion on now that well it looks as not decided yet but for all intents and purposes it might be but Joe Biden got the endorsement of Beto o'rourke that we will hook to whom we affectionately refer to as the el Paso furry but they don't work as you remember he was the he was the guy out there saying hell yes we're gonna take your A. R. fifteen yes we're gonna we're going to do a quote unquote buyback of all of this stuff yes we're gonna I knew a lady will come in and force you to hang your firearms over how do you feel now that that looks like it better work looks like he's going to be the after the lack of a better way to put it Joe Biden's gun controls are if Joe Biden's the nominee and he's going to have him as part of his I guess it's part of his team what how's it make you feel it makes me feel like the reality that we present a black guns matter for two years which is but America has to get involved in this fight with a conservative and liberty minded folks to galvanize that support that flight because just because you know they don't give out or or or or maybe Michael everybody gets out that doesn't change the fact their money the fund raising capability they're all going into whoever's going to get that nomination and more than likely if it's looking like Joe at this given moment and at any given moment you can you help president Obama I think that they're going to pull an emotional heartstrings and more so now we need to merge the conservative message Selena urban America because that's exactly what they're going to take that message exactly what are going to go target exactly who is going to lock up first only firearms is urban America is all that you close the mereka so I I think it's funny we do the means and everything Gilbert drops out all this other stuff listen dear god of already fundraiser they can give that money to whoever they want to give it to the gift however you want to give it to one thing that the left has that we haven't been focused known as much as they have unity even if they do they they they look completely insane however when it's come together not to take the freedom to execute very very well so I think everybody should be very aware of that yeah and I think that's a good point I mean it's one thing to note any of it people can can joke about it laugh about it but you know really a had the elections are not all certain I mean you could be doing great the polls one day but then you know I mean we're still pretty far ways out from November a lot of stuff can take place and just as I mean I I never thought that my Bloomberg was going to get into the race the way that he did do you think that his involvement in an S. and and the primary those out now but there was a lot of discussion on on stop and frisk and I know that you know in some instances on the right there are people who are divided on it and I always rejected the idea that you are that you can that you can't somehow criticized the policy and still support good law enforcement but does it make sense to you that if they feel like it's the same formula with red flag law when when you look at stop and frisk because they they mean you're reducing the evidentiary standard to just reasonable suspicion from probable cause isn't that one of the things that we are criticizing were concerns red flag laws marsh absolutely we I mean it looks like people can't you know you you got to be very very intellectually like okay on it as well as consistent the reality is that how it plays out what someone said the panel will flow one of Bloomberg's guys want from every town the field today and and basically he was saying well we don't know it's actually it's stop question and frisk the reality located on a piece of paper that I would sound like but the reality of how it's executed especially in urban America if you say to a law enforcement officer sometimes I mean I'm talking about the corruption of law enforcement Baghdad the cryptographic this whatever but that those small amounts of god Hey man I'm I'm cool did not I'm I don't the description and or you know I really kind of don't want to talk right now then even that gives up pick you know presented as well why don't you let me do my job and how to execute it like it's been shown to its affected negatively and we had this thing called the Fourth Amendment I guess they're like advance was this kind of high up on the list too and I think that what happened when when you can get that off in the area where people have like a Bloomberg will justify old ninety percent of the criminals look like that when you can convince people that falsehood right wrong or indifferent you can convince people that Paul could you make an entire community look or feel like you know what the minute thing isn't actually human right for you if you actually are like Dennis and to a certain extent that is going to extreme it resembled the red flag law and and and that same way it well look this guy didn't you know open the door up at three o'clock in the morning well I mean what if you have died the reality is there's a reason why we have a constitution the bill of rights to the reader again the earlier statement we have to like the work we're doing it like a man I need a firearm safety in conflict resolution but also you know you got to get people in the urban areas millions tens of millions of people and you know maybe four or five cities you might be talking about twenty million people this is a voting block that has to understand this reality because the people that were up against or no right can also lead to a very day already entrenched the PR they've been able to spend for decades already there we have to step this up most effectively very quickly and like you said November but you know it's a far way out but it'll be here way before you know yeah I was happy to see that people are finally realizing at least when when when discussing it in in the commentary surrounding the debates that people actually finally woke up to the fact that this is a gun control tactic so people I mean and and and I know that when he was when they were debating on CNN or MSNBC that was kind of glossed over but thankfully elsewhere people were calling it out for for what it was it was it was a gun control tactics do you think that that may that may be the times have have shifted I just thought that when I look at how much Michael Richmond Virginia and this is the guy who I mean he funds the criticism against you March I mean he funds are to stop this feel like the tides are changing a little bit I mean where do you feel in that in that big and that big fight I mean obviously we're always gonna have to push back against that but in this latest endeavor how secure do you feel in in in this fight and the push back in Virginia and elsewhere that you've seen are we are around the corner we at that point yet you know we're not a day I do feel that the you know much more push back from our side to the other side I don't think we're around that corner yet I think that they they got so cocky with their aunt and arrogant they did just went for north and it's just like you know to help Mary it's going to help order like it doesn't even matter they played a cell phone that way because fortunately five many years people run around going yeah I think they're trying to like take guns and you know the beginning everybody like come on bro U. S. not what it is nobody's thinking about taking a gun then they come out right and say so but they're actually help helping us by being so arrogant and so when people around especially in urban areas going right now if they think this is not okay did you see a Richmond lobby day B. C. twenty thirty thousand people descend on the city you see people going dude you're you're you're do push of the F. B. sixty four are you doing blackface left the got a Klan robe the advent of social social media as well as the admin of you know two years then you have people so far a lot like god like Kim Blanchard who were black new trainees thanks fifteen twenty years ago you know and it's like oh they actually worse so I don't think that we've turned that corner because we can't get cocky however I do think that the tactics that they're using they're not a claim they're done and it's a lot easier to to point out I mean again bagel hello you're we're gonna take your guns that that's an arrogant statement your fans and so they even down so even on the Bloomberg are you just going to get four primaries is going by the way is the people on the left colleges like forget Bernie twice in a row we gonna cut him right off twice the contradiction of being exposed to people all over the country maybe even the world I'm hoping that you know the son of the president of Brazil at the back and I'm discussing things with him and it's like the entire world is watching Virginia right now and our response to it the fear that I had is they won't know how to fall back take.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on AP News

"I think the mackinnon scored on the power play well fell renew truce can added 1 short handed to lead the avalanche to 31 with a cannon who also had an assist when the scoring midway through the second period converting a nice cross ice pass from Michael Richmond for his eighteenth goal of the season I wasn't expecting it he wasn't really looking I mean I can the kind of flooded on him and there is 1 of the best prices and then it chills change great for them I couldn't know has goals in 5 straight games not a stone school into an empty net also replied for the visitors Zach Hyman was alone leaps marks much filled group out made 38 saves in the way John whether to run

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Nichushkin lifts Avalanche past Maple Leafs 3-1

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Nichushkin lifts Avalanche past Maple Leafs 3-1

"I think the mackinnon scored on the power play well fell renew truce can added one short handed to lead the avalanche to three one with a cannon who also had an assist when the scoring midway through the second period converting a nice cross ice pass from Michael Richmond for his eighteenth goal of the season I wasn't expecting it he wasn't really looking I mean I can the kind of flooded on him and there is one of the best prices and then it chills change great for them I couldn't know has goals in five straight games not a stone school into an empty net also replied for the visitors Zach Hyman was alone leaps marks much filled group out made thirty eight saves in the way John whether to run

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"michael richmond" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yours with rocket mortgage push button get mortgage the latest on the driver accused of running down and killing a brother and sister we'll get to that in a moment but first cover radio real time traffic good afternoon Tracy Taylor had Abbas we have reports of a crash right now that's on the five twelve heading westbound closer to woodland so there is some slowing as we approach the scene but we clear are reckoned fifteenth it just south of armory way it was a red reported on south twenty five out near cells and it was taken at the two center lanes I see some slowing in that area but that's pretty much the norm for this time of the afternoon the valley freeway from touching go outside of four oh five working its way into offered you were going to find some slowing on north on four or five in a court when that north on five dry starting to ramp up after a north gate and working our way in about like terrorists pretty slim though from just after the Boeing freeway past highway to traffic is going to be a little on the slower side especially for those of you on a cellphone a five after highway eighteen heading out towards the it's coming down and now we're starting to see is some slower traffic around joint base Lewis McChord traffic brought to you by a whole foods market get thirty five percent off package teas and herbal teas and hopeful whole foods market through December seventeenth while supplies last find all your prime deals on the whole foods market Aptiva radio real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com prosecutors have until the end of the day to charge a woman who was allegedly high on math when she drove her car onto an Aurora Avenue sidewalk killing a brother and sister cover seven TV's Deborah horn has more on the victim's Rebecca and Michael Richmond Lewis and Clark law school in Portland confirmed Rebecca graduated.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Vice chair of the congressional progressive caucus taking your calls for the our core cold excuse me in Danville Illinois coal you're on the air with congressman Condit yes hi Tom it's an honor to be here Stan thank you and I heard you mentioned standing army and I have a philosophical kind of question if you don't mind if you're both welcome to answer on it but it seems to me the common discussion today minimize the I guess overstate the resistance the founders had to a standing national army went to federal us like animals and that and and that's in the took control of the militias from the state and gave market to the national you could look yeah I think if you actually called if you go back to I think it's federal is twenty six Hamilton went off at some length about it a standing armies are a danger to peace out or if you want to comment on that congressman well let me say that I mean obviously in the modern world at work we have a military the question is what is going to guide American foreign policy and I was down to Jimmy Carter hearing Jimmy Carter in Sunday school and he said something that I thought was rather profoundly yeah people to raise their hand and say we don't care what would make someone a superpower and someone had a strong military someone said an educated public some look at an innovative public and then president Carter said well let me tell you I think what makes someone a superpower is a nation of that would be sought after to make peace nation that would have the wisdom to help resolve conflicts and to be looked at as a model for for justice in the world so I I I think that's the vision of America that many progressives believe in and that's not what our budgets currently reflect in terms of the massive defense increases yeah and I just I just found this on page forty one of my my new book the hidden history guns in the second amendment this is federal is twenty nine and it's Alexander Hamilton he says of standing armies are dangerous to liberty and efficacious power over the militia on as far as possible to take away the inducement pretext of such unfriendly institutions a citizens militia appears to me the only substitute that can be devised for a standing army and the best possible security against it to render an army unnecessary by having St bases malicious will be more certain method of preventing its existence than a thousand prohibitions upon paper that's the federalist papers so anyhow back to the back to the issues of today yeah I'm sorry hello I love you I love that you do that because it's important that reklame America's founding in patriotism for that from the way the Republicans have distorted thank you mark in San Francisco listen on nine ten AM you're on the air with congressman poking our exit make a congressman kana shooting hi Tom Michael Richmond not only bring up the fact I think that Democrats need to emphasize the fact the Republicans want to cut social security and Medicare and that's a whole voting block of people that collect it could make a difference in in a state like Florida mark mark I couldn't agree with you more it's a clear contrast they are they want to cut it we don't is made make this bogus argument about solvency and there is one simple way to solve solvency four years down the line and that is to say that people should be paying the social security tax on income over touring fifty thousand dollars right now that tax is capped at a hundred and thirteen thousand if you got rid of that cap and tax people over toward fifty thousand on social security income you can not only make sure they weren't cut you could actually increase benefits to keep up with the standard of living and that is a huge contrast and different philosophies between Democrats and Republicans David listen and then a G. R. N. in Columbus Ohio you're on the air with constant contact hi congressman mark you're one of my favorite congressman largely because you talk about defense spending and see if it's something that I've been trying to reduce since I was in the army way back in the seventies and have you talked with the progressive carcass about what since they can have you tried to convince them and I I I know there's some pretty good movies that would be a good to help them decide there's one called command control which was about the he hiking to missile disaster in Arkansas but I don't know where it's at I think there's a lot of things that we could use help convince people that we're we're just out of control on defense spending but what have you done thank god you're here remember if I if I if I may ask you remember well built and William congressman William Proxmire and he was from Wisconsin as Golden Fleece award are you old enough to remember that I I'm familiar with it I didn't know him but I yeah I I've heard of it he I mean every it he was a Republican as I recall and every year he came out with his Golden Fleece award and nine times out of ten it was the Pentagon that he was given a two and it was you know he'd be out of the five hundred dollar toilet seats in the nine hundred dollar hammers all this kind of stuff and just every year he created outrage by laser focusing on one single example that was matter to the entire mass back to you well David thank you for your kind comment in terms that you brought this up I will say you know I let this effort on trains dime we're cranes and was forced to add to reimburse the federal government sixteen million dollars and what they were doing is buying small subsidiaries supplying parts to the defense department and jacking up prices almost ten thousand percent well it was so outrageous that as you put it even Republicans were outraged with what was going on and fleecing the the country so you seen for collectors huge bloated defense budgets but also abuse by contractors and monopoly contractors to David's question I have talked to colleagues about it I've made the point that most people are sick of these endless wars and they're sick of bloated defense budgets that aren't helping them that our competitiveness would be much better off and we'd be much better off as a country making more strategic investments in education and infrastructure and healthcare in broadband that would do more to improve people's lives in a bit Tamara position America in the twenty first century and I said you know there there you never used to be this pair.

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"michael richmond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"michael richmond" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Chair of the congressional progressive caucus taking your calls for the our core cold excuse me in Danville Illinois coal you're on the air with congressman Condit yes hi Tom it's an honor to be here Stan thank you and I heard you mentioned standing army and I have a philosophical kind the question if you don't mind that you're both welcome to answer on it but it seems to me the common discussion today minimize this I guess overstate the resistance the founders had to a standing national army went to federalist like Hamilton that and and that's in the took control of the militias from the state and gave market to the national you could look at I think if you actually called if you go back to I think it's federal is twenty six Hamilton went off at some length about a standing armies are a danger to peace out or if you want to comment on that congressman well let me say that I mean obviously in the modern world at work we have a military the question is what is going to guide American foreign policy and I was down to Jimmy Carter hearing Jimmy Carter and Sunday school and he said something that I thought was rather profoundly yeah people to raise their hand and say we don't care what would make someone a superpower and someone had a strong military someone said an educated public someone said an innovative public and then president Carter said well let me tell you I think what makes someone a superpower is a nation of that would be sought after to make peace nation that would have the wisdom to help resolve conflicts and to be looked at as a model for for justice in the world so I I I think that's the vision of America that many progressives believe and and that's not what our budgets currently reflect in terms of the massive defense increases yeah and I just I just found this on page forty one of my my new book the hidden history guns in the second amendment this is federal is twenty nine and it's Alexander Hamilton he says of standing armies are dangerous to liberty and efficacious power over the militia on as far as possible to take away the inducement pretext of such unfriendly institutions a citizens militia appears to me the only substitute that can be devised for a standing army and the best possible security against it to render an army unnecessary by having St bases malicious will be a more certain method of preventing its existence than a thousand prohibitions upon paper that's the federalist papers so anyhow back to the back to the issues of today yeah I'm sorry I know I love you I love that you do that because it's important to reclaim America's founding in patriotism for that from the way the Republicans have distorted at thank you mark in San Francisco listen on nine ten AM you're on the air with congressman poking our exit make a kind of some kind hi Tom Michael Richmond not only bring up the fact I think that Democrats need to emphasize the fact the Republicans want to cut social security and Medicare and that's a whole voting block of people that collect it could make a difference in in a state like Florida mark mark I couldn't agree with you more it's a clear contrast they are they want to cut it we don't invade make this bogus argument about solvency and there is one simple way to solve solvency four years down the line and that is to say that people should be paying a social security tax on income over during fifty thousand dollars right now that tax is capped at a hundred and thirteen thousand if you've got rid of that cap and tax people over two hundred fifty thousand on social security income you can not only make sure they weren't cut you could actually increase benefits to keep up with the standard of living and that is a huge contrast and different philosophies between Democrats and Republicans David listen and then a G. R. N. in Columbus Ohio you're on the air with constant contact hi congressman mark you're one of my favorite congressman largely because you talk about defense spending and see if it's something that I've been trying to reduce since I was in the army way back in the seventies and have you talked with the progressive carcass about what if it's they can have you tried to convince them and I I I know there's some pretty good movies that would be a good to help them decide there's one called command control which was about the the technician missile disaster in Arkansas but I don't know where it's at I think there's a lot of things that we could use help convince people that we're we're just out of control on defense spending but what have you done thank god you're here remember if I if I if I may ask you remember well built and William congressman William Proxmire and he was from Wisconsin as Golden Fleece award are you old enough to remember that I I'm familiar with it I didn't know him but I yeah I I've heard of it he I mean every it he was a Republican as I recall and every year he came out with his Golden Fleece award and nine times out of ten it was the Pentagon that he was given a two and it was you know he'd be out of the five hundred dollar toilet seats in the nine hundred dollar hammers all this kind of stuff and just every year he created outrage by laser focusing on one single example that was matter to the entire mass back to you well David thank you for calling concomitant I'm since you brought this up I will say you know I let this effort on trains dime we're cranes and was forced to add to reimburse the federal government sixteen million dollars and what they were doing is buying small subsidiaries supplying parts to the defense department and jacking up prices almost ten thousand percent well it was so outrageous that as you put it even Republicans were outrage was what was going on and fleecing the the country so you seen for collectors huge bloated defense budgets but also abuse by contractors and monopoly contractors to David's question I have talked to colleagues about it I've made the point that that most people are sick of these endless wars and they're sick of bloated defense budgets that aren't helping them that our competitiveness would be much better off and we'd be much better off as a country making more strategic investments in education and infrastructure and healthcare in broadband that would do more to improve people's lives in a bit Tamara position America in the twenty first century and I said you know there there you never used to be this pair spare.

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