18 Burst results for "Queen Noor"
Katie Adamson on how the YMCA is like an Iceburg
"My Name Is Katie. Adamson and I am Vice President of Health Partnerships in policy at the YMCA The USA. I have been at the Y. For fifteen years that I've been in the space for thirty so old I am about prevention and at the Y. We're about community health and so a bit different from the conference. I think I'm a bit of an outlier in terms of that. But that's kind of exciting. So I started my career out working for elected officials and so the first one was Pat Schroeder from Colorado and she stealth helped start the congressional women's caucus and children's caucus and she was one of the first graduates of Harvard law school too. She was a super big innovator in women's rights and I also got to work for a member of parliament and Ireland row when I was yeah when I was there. He brought the whole government down for itchy rights again so it was kind of neat to see the parliament go down because he felt like everyone should get access to HIV care and treatment. Ap Don't mind my asking. When is this like right out of college? He was right out of college. Okay now. They're probably more progressive in the United States. Went back then. They weren't that guy that I worked for a very desmond. He introduced contraception into Ireland around the pope. While that kind of tells you he was a real meek guy I was lucky to work for him and then came back and went back to pat. Schroeder's Office. I had been an intern for her. And I said I still want to work on the hill. Can you help me find a job in so Bernie? Sanders had just been elected so when I worked for him. Nobody who was now. Everybody knows who he is. And Bernie's known a lot more. His super super liberal left issues but he was a huge and continues to be a huge advocate for prevention and that the system is skewed and needs to be right-sized towards bigger investment in prevention. So that really influenced me a lot and for him. I worked on those issues primarily and we introduced legislation to establish national cancer registry in this country so that we you know we have more baseball statistics about guys in the world series than we do about women who got breast cancer and so the idea was if you could really kind of capture when people were diagnosed how they were diagnosed that public health could intervene catch it earlier do better screening referral. Things like that so we were able to pass. That legislation helped him get reelected helped him work with Republicans which he had to do in order to get reelected so I was doing a lot of work at the time for him to increase funding for prevention and so the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. You know we're the only federal agency outside of Washington and we don't have anyone to help us. Educate the hill about what we do. Would you come work for us so took us about me about a year to get that job? But then I gotta go down to the Centers for Disease Control and help them come up and educate members of Congress about what the problems were and how big of an issue diabetes and cancer arthritis and all these issues were for the nation and how we needed to be doing more and building more programs in communities and that was an incredible experience for me. I came back and I work for some law firms as I was A nonprofit lobbyists basically so it was a law firm for profit. But I I worked for twenty nonprofits and I had to get all of them federal money. Wow so it's very hard. That's a huge responsibility was back in the earmark days and those are really good earmarks. I worked for Christopher and Dana. Reeve when they were alive. Superman and Dino's goal was that no one would ever have to make more than one phone call after a family member had become paralyzed because she was in a privileged position. She had all the access to anything. You could need in in terms of getting help for Chris. It took her like twenty six phone calls to get just a few things answered and so we built this entire center to help people living with paralysis. Get ACCESS TO CARE and information. Our Son had an issue so I've actually reached out to the Christopher Dana Reeve's foundation in having left the hospital after six months day with something that turned their lives upside down there just tremendous. Aren't they incredible? They really are and ours was not an interest spinal cord injury issue. It was non interested central nervous system but the people over there are just a pleasure to work with. I'm so glad to hear that because I was a long time ago so I'm so glad there's still doing three. Oh yes I was lucky enough to also work for Queen Noor of Jordan. Tell us more cues one of our clients and she and her husband when he was alive did so much to get rid of landmines in Jordan. And she helped takeover after. Diana died so she took over and ran the landmines survivor network and they'd won the Nobel Peace Prize with a group of others. Trying to get land mines out of the ground but they also started a landmine survivor. Peer Support Network around the world and so when they start this peer support network around the world. They helped landmines fibers. Get jobs and be able to survive as a lot of people few lose a lamb in another country. You're completely ostracized because you're not value to your family anymore. So long story short one of my clients was Ymca. When I was working at the law firm for just six months and I was about ready to get married and have a family and I needed to slow down because it was a really busy work so I came to the YMCA. And I've been there for fifteen years and so when I came to the YMCA. It was a really good time because the why was looking at trying to take the network of twenty seven hundred wise in the country and ten thousand communities we reach and drive the ship in the direction of prevention and control of chronic disease. And we've done this a few times in our history before during World War One and World War Two. We won the Nobel Peace Prize for our work during wartime a lot of people. Don't know that you know that. Yeah we were on the ground helping prisoners of war sadly were giving him some cigarettes and some donuts but back then we didn't have the science and that was part of what we did but we did a lot of social support the why was also on the Japanese internment camps providing health and well being in recreation so really got a lot of history in this country for things we've done and collectively tried to respond to community crisis a needs later when women were going back to work and we had latchkey kid problems. Why became one of the leading provider childcare? So the why was looking at it. It's makeup and saying we have challenge here. We are hello being organization we wake up everyday thing about spirit mind and body for all and we're losing the war here and if we're not part of the solution part of the problem so how do we get everybody moving in the same direction so that was kind of when I got to be hired and so it was Super Fun. Time to start helping our wise be connected to the innovators and so we worked with Folks like the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and we taught wise. How do plan do study? Act Really How to evaluate your work how to change the building so people felt welcome when they came in so they didn't see this gym equipment Or get a tour of the why they saw coffee and people sitting down and talking
"queen noor" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"To look at pictures of things and one of the things. I've been saying Duncan is that there's some element of Rohrschack test going on right now. Two pretty big level Roszak. Which is that. There's something happening. And people are projecting different sort of views and versions of it based largely on their own perspective. Write their own way of looking at things so it ranges from you know. This is the enemy. You know this little this little thing. This little tiny thing as some kind of military force that's invading up into you know then you go to other side of the spectrum. It's sort of other People saying this is sort of a God's way of communicating certain kind of purification ritual for the human race and so everything in between So I I you know for for years now Dunkin. You know I'd like to just look at things. Senator look at it really cleanly or clearly and the pictures that they're showing up at are really interesting. Some guy like what is this virus. What actually is it. You know you can make you can make it clear what your projection is about. What's happening but the actual phenomenon itself is just this little thing with spikes on it. That has the tastic capacity to reproduce and to a permeate You know all the porous boundaries which are porous to it. You know it's Because it's so small and so it's going to viruses going. Viral is something that in other in other situations. We'd say this is very good. News information is getting out. Some kind of positive energy's gone viral. A great song just went viral. But this this thing in terms of the human host has a certain kind of symbiotic relationship that is On the one hand you could say dangerous on the other hand. It's kind of intriguing because different people responding to so so differently. Yeah well let's see what we got the apocalyptic people who are responding to this these are the end times. You've got just the basic denial people much bullshit runner. Shut the fuck up and go to the beach. They need a way I guess you could say validated peppers. Who are like. We've been saying this forever. Y'All like crazy Thought I had too many cats Not right yeah don't have toxic plasmas poisoning. I'm just aware of the fact that history shows certain patterns and in those patterns empires collapsed and then like scientists. My favorite is the scientists is. They are the ones that are like. I don't know yeah I was watching. 'cause we love watching Fox News. I don't know why it's like. This is so vile and so hilarious. So Edgy and dumb is so funny to watch state media at that level and you know trump is pushing and hopefully he's right this old medication. I can't pronounce the name chloroquine. For something Queen Noor Stumping possible tree hydrochloric hydrochloric right now and Which seems to have some effect so you know they get this on. You was incredibly sick in the hospital. They gave it to him the next day. It was totally fine and they had a scientist. Dr. What do y'all like treating patients right now. And they said well. What do you think about this in the doctor's like well we don't know.
"queen noor" Discussed on Inspiring Adventure by Vertebrate Publishing
"Went on a almost thousand mile canoe trip within the Arctic with another loud from the mining camp which was really remote quite committed. Just doesn't are never saw. Anything went wrong. We didn't even take gone which we should have done well. We didn't talk to two rifle for small game. But it's a Robertson's lightfoot hot anything going wrong how did we talk by bear which we did see on occasion or cup size the canoe or would I don't know how we would have been three four five hundred miles from over so it was a committed but if I'm tossed it did at any point on that or maybe even anything else. Have you ever seriously felt like you're beyond your capabilities or you yourself in danger that you can't quite get out of new really don't seem to have worked out by good look over with all? I think we've pretty well always done achieved. Wanted to come back alive even any broken boom so from ending up in jail in Egypt. That was an interesting experience. Dallas that we're doing a couple of trips down to the Saint Martin's. The second one was with an Egyptian to roper. A trove was keen to develop the area. And you needed permits. It's taken years actually writing on and off trying to get these permits visiting embassies and so on. Finally this guy goes some permits for us. So we've been on some new climbs bark littering the with him. He said Yeah he's got the pyramids but then we kept missing the military checkpoints and he said Ramadan the Dole food to bother them. So we've got back into the mountain area. Hey wanted too much. You'd never done took him up. Got To the midst and look down and this. Amami vehicles are count. I said Oh. Don't worry about. It's not a problem so go down to the. Count Star Fox sports. Obviously something wrong with their not to drive thousand kilometers back to Cairo there in the middle of the night or should into this jail. Said we'd like say they on buses and throw you can speak to the absolute in the morning so spent a night in jail. Go to long story short. We were in court the next day and it turned out that the The tour operator fiddle. The permits takes luxurious permits and altered all the days or there illegally. So we lost trip there. We've got one client which would be four and we had a trip. Planned on this some distill some very good climbing down there. We've tried every earth markets for the past fifteen years or more and still managed. We still try. I've been trying to hold back but we should talk a little bit about Jordan because seemed like Jordan's become this huge part of your life Anything from knowing you a little bit from reading book seems like there's definitely different phases within your explorations. Norway was huge chunk. Yeah And so two Jordan. Do you still remember the first time you went? What was the desire to go? And and how did it feel when you first? I remember vividly. By that time I was living with Daito Watching Television Christmas of eighteen three Lawrence of Arabia film because of keeping an eye on what was happening with desert climbing as soon as I saw stunning meriden. Nobody's time that I'm sure we'll just got in touch with the Amazon. Got In torture. The tourism off tried to do cut writing letters sending faxes and so on was getting nowhere. Talk about best part of six months of persistence. Writing letters of sending Fox's to the policy to the tourism office ambassadors finally. We're often invites. We'd like to invite you even attain to come explore. Wadia Room assessed climbing potential while. We're at So that was me. there's data. Michaud my regular climbing and Alan Becker who are all regular climbing front. We were advised that we had to meet somebody in Aqaba who would introduce us to the bedroom and huddled eight introducing. Just turn up something Hartman. It'll work which is exactly what did happen. We're putting our ten so near the does the rest. Sarah's there he was there and then it was empty to being built and never years. So we come alongside the restaurant's and as you put in the tent so your bedroom and lot wanted across from the village said the village the number six hours and fifteen bedroom intense whereas narrates it's probably half kilometer of Harrah's is wrong Masiwa. Since nineteen eighty four. Any came across introduced himself said they saw ropes and climbing areas. What's this hope to do some climbing here? Save it sending said well. We've climbed everything. You don't need all that stuff we don't we just go up wanting. I want to climb. You must have to meet the shake my father and he took into the valley and you go around the corner and warmer Anton's endless. Mountains climbers dream were invited to the campaign actors. Spend the night and we talked to default who was call the loudon his brothers and his father. This idea we'd love to help we think is a good idea because wood said it was good. We'll do a Guy Birkin's yards so they we were there for six weeks. I think the first week we just basically drove around the desert. They told us the names of the mountains shoulders. What they're doing ibex haunting reuse want. We'll take it from there. The veteran routes Now clusters Amongst the best mountain on ventures in the world The goal to about generally grid three four does the Odom this torch in Howard v s and the Bedouin. Climb Solo hollow usually. Just with the goal they'll carry half and I saw everybody down with him as well. There's not many people who would commit to that kind of thing because the big mar all day in fact some of them took two does to cross so after that and in the years that followed you then set up into the rest of Jordan and I mean you must have seen more of the country than than other foreigners at this point in Jordan's becoming this bake is big destination. Yeah but back. In the day it wasn't through is not only not resume. Although the bedroom home to for would nobody lined nobody tracked? Nobody did anything and we spent the first four or five years where spring often for a month. Five weeks just climbing on then With all this climbing another parts of Jordan we understood guts So mop software Noor. Because you couldn't get maps either. But she got to sum up to the contract. We started poking around tracking fine and a few other climbing areas. Only not big cliffs. Nice left sometimes limestone of August some stone on over a period of ten years. We developed a lots of tracks guidebook to trekking in Jordan point. We thought well still hadn't met any Georgia onions. Climbing Ho tracking were born nineteen. Ninety nine would finish the trekking guide and we looked mops with checking looking to connect these mega Jordan Mecca trail running the length of the contract from the Syrian border. Darn to their safe. We started putting together on our own. But it wasn't. It wasn't easy. Initially we'd hub car provided by Queen. Noor under driver. Who used to pick up every morning? Collect as the in the evening from the other end of the track when Queen Noor Gone. Korean. Ronnie was new to the job. He'd be like hotter own projects and wasn't able to help so we struggled on on our own really Public Transport and going tracking hitchhiking back and all until we met Kono from Palestine. Just bring the story slyly. Mark Kosters draw to God but to the Nativity trail which just created so. We did that over a couple of years. And then up point marks started spending more time in Jordan and transport on then the Jordan trail really started to come together we started to of the Jordan truckers the one of Said To how a guy who said getting then the love of their country he said I went into a bookshop furnace book. Hey guys look at this goal this stuff. Nobody's doing anything and suddenly there. Was this explosion of adventure tourism from Jordan itself and then from worldwide so spinoff really from the Lawrence of Arabia theft bucket. Nineteen eighty-three climbing led to the tracking led to the Jordan trail which is no received awards around the world. Yeah it's incredibly. Which is where we met you. Of course Jordan has changed incredible and that told me very positive a lot of other places in the wider region especially Middle East North Africa which have changed and probably not so not so positive ways. Some in very negative ways. Do you think much by that I mean. Are there places that you've got great memories of that you just don't think you could go back to and what are some of these places and maybe some of the journey she did there. Yeah there is a place in. We climbed in the mountains. Jason Wed our.
"queen noor" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"You buy your home countries governments there actually to sign my name and my boss is like bats are very official saying that we're asking people to do but because it is as the official arrival stab of the republic of palau <hes> an is requirement by law heads that you know people when they read it because actually is printed printed in six different languages so <hes> people understand in their own language when they read it they come to understand why why it exists and the purpose of it and so therefore you know if they do have questions that very easily onset because this is to preserve and protect the children palau's future people love it. You have won a swag of goings around the world. You've got support from you know big names like leonardo dicaprio uh-huh and even the rolling stones fans of the palau pledge. How do you become i'd love to know that connection between the stein's such a huge band and and the pullout pledge each <hes> well. Yes absolutely i mean a lot of people know palau because way before the palau pledge <hes> <hes> united was already making headlines on the global news or it's cultural conservation <hes> the shock sanctuary the <hes> you know the nuclear free constitution institution national marine sanctuary all of these things mark palau out as very very special in the world <hes> so when it came to the plow pledge <hes> and if i mean the specific story about stein's is that romney would son hybrid <hes> is an ocean activist in south and you know he came to know plow and on what we're doing and it was it was very natural because the stein's all involved in a lot of <hes> environmental activism <hes> <hes> through various obvious causes that they support so it was a natural alignment between between the palau pledge and <hes> you know people at the rolling stones but even with the united dicaprio <unk> cost the john kerry queen noor of jordan orlands these orders these people some of whom have actually never set foot capello. They all understand that this is this is about palau's future on children's feature but actually it's a wider message message for the world's because if we don't protect our environment like palau has always done then our children worldwide going to be suffering from severe consequences and we're already seeing that so if you take that message and they wanted to take that message in amplify through their rain.
"queen noor" Discussed on On The Media
"Whatever you want. You be. I also known as free money the explicit expansion of the welfare state based not on Marxist theory. But on data experimentation and economic reason, and you may well recognize one of its biggest proponents because he's not only a journalist, author and economic philosopher, he's a meme in your. Oh, I'm against a globalist lead, blah, blah, blah. It's not very convincing to be honest. Air cell you tiny frame, can I hope this gets picked up his you're more on I try and get hearing. But But you you were were too. too. You call handle the criticism, Kanye, yes. That's the confrontation between Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Rutger bregman author of utopia for realists Carlson invited bregman for having had the Dassin to call out World Economic Forum billionaires in Davos for the hypocrisy of their liberal rhetoric, but the little Tucker got a little more than he bargained for. And we all got introduced to allowed proponent of universal basic income Rutger, welcome to the not Tucker Carlson show. And it's great to be here. Okay. You're not new to the utopia space and your book was published in twenty four teen, but you were kind of under the radar here until DeVos. What happened during the conference at became more and more uncomfortable with the idea of just promoting my book and not saying something about the extraordinary poll Crecy of the whole cold friends because everyone's talking about. All sorts of wonderful, ideas that feminism and participation equality. But no one was talking about Texas from your perspective. They were avoiding the central problem of global society. Exactly. And I got so much pushback when I started raising the idea of higher Texas that we should do something about tax avoidance. These people often use philanthropy as a way to distract people from the real issues. Right. They have all these wonderful plans about oh, I'm doing something with girls education in Uganda. And I'm not against that the payer Texas first place, and you're speaking of progressive taxes with very high marginal tax rates, what conservatives, and I guess your audience at Davos would call confiscatory taxes exactly just as we had in the fifties. So the Republican President Eisenhower, for example, the top marginal tax rate in this country for billionaires was ninety percent. The state tax was over seventy percent. This was the case around that available. It's only since the seventies and the state tax rates have gone down down down and inequality has grown and grown and grown. So it's really about going back to an older tradition now Rutger if you did not exist conservatives would have to invent you. Because your proposals represents the very nanny state big government welfare Queen Noor rushing society that they have been screaming about for fifty years. Government handouts open borders, fifty an hour workweek, and you know, probably trees overflowing with gumdrops. Now, your book lays this all out, very succinctly. But would you please explain why you are not in addition to a bogeyman for the right and actual commie lunatic. I really think that the idea of universal basic income is the perfect marriage between progressive and conservative thinking between the left and the right. So what the left gets is, obviously. The era of poverty, a pretty good thing in itself. Not with the right gets is a much smaller state in terms of paternalism, the traditional left always wants to help people to make better decisions right to put them in all these kind of programs. My idea is that Pulver d is not a lack of character. But just the lack of cash, and if you just give people the means to make their own choices, give them the freedom. Then they'll have some venture capital, and they can move on two different jobs. Start a new company moved to a different city, which will leash a lot of dynamism and energy in the economy..
"queen noor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The newest american duchess here's correspondent terry keyed in windsor england markle isn't the first woman to go from hollywood to her royal highness i'm very in one thousand nine hundred eighty six grace kelly mary prince rainier of monaco she blossomed from academy award winning actress to princess grace but it wasn't easy she went through some awkward years getting the people in monaco to accept her let accept her they did and uk royal watchers expect brits will do the same for markel young people love her she's cookie she's original she's sassy markle joins a very short list of americans who found their royal match lee radziwill the sister first lady jacqueline kennedy became princess leia of poland princeton educated architect lisa holly is former queen noor of jordan children's wear founder mariechantal is crown princess of greece and last fall arianna austin who has a master's from harvard they came princess of ethiopia much has changed in the eighty years since the last american married a british royal king edward the eighth abdicated the throne to marry the twice divorced wallace simpson who was never much liked by the royals markle will face a decidedly different modern monarchy when that's embracing change and diversity teri okita cbs news windsor as prince harry and meghan markle plan their future family together back here in the us the cdc says in a new study birth rates have dropped the lowest level in three decades it counted over three point eight million births last year the lowest tally since nineteen seven while birds have been declining since two thousand fourteen experts say last year saw the greatest year to year drop about ninety two thousand fewer babies than the previous year birth rates for teens continued to nosedive is they have since the early nineties in two thousand seventeen they dropped seven percent from the year before bill rakoff cbs news up next we go to the source of the deadly e coli outbreak on the cbs news weekend roundup.
"queen noor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The social rebel say for her son to carry on that tradition with no doubt me exceptionally proud he's marriage to meghan markle may be a sign the rebellious prince is settling down something not even harry was willing to predict two years ago do you wanna have kids someday our questions about of course he doesn't time time time time motel and i'm looking forward to to be able to trinity pretty busy at the moment kids can wait norah o'donnell reporting now to the newest american duchess here's correspondent teri okita in windsor england markle isn't the first woman to go from hollywood to her royal highness okay in nineteen fiftysix grace kelly mary prince rainier of monaco she blossomed from academy award winning actress to princess grace but it wasn't easy she went through some awkward years getting the people in monaco to accept her but accept her they did and uk royal watchers expect brits will do the same for markel young people love her she's cookie she's original she's sassy markle joins a very short shortlist of americans who found their royal match lee radziwill the sister first lady jacqueline kennedy became princess louis of poland princeton educated architect lisa hobby is former queen noor of jordan children's wear founder mariechantal is crown princess of greece and last fall arianna austin who has a master's from harvard became princess of theo pia much has changed in the years since the last american married a british royal king edward the eighth abdicated the throne to marry the twice divorced wallace simpson who was never much liked by the royals markle will face a decidedly different modern monarchy when that's embracing change and diversity teri okita cbs news windsor prince harry and meghan markle plan their future family together back here in the us the cdc says in a new study birth rates have dropped the lowest.
"queen noor" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The defenses of this world what do you think your mother princess diana would think about what you've done here for veterans i'd hope she'd been incredibly proud i would love it if she was here and i'm i'm sure she would be running around causing chaos like what's really ironic about princess diana is that she came from the top echelons of society yet she herself was in many ways increasing the social rebel say for her son to carry on that tradition would no doubt me exceptionally proud he's marriage to meghan markle maybe assign the rebellious prince is settling down something not even harry was willing to predict two years ago do you want to have kids someday forgot questions about of course he doesn't time time time time we'll tell and i'm looking forward to the opportunity pretty busy at the moment kids can wait loro donald reporting now to the newest american duchess here's correspondent teri okita in windsor england markle isn't the first woman to go from hollywood to her royal highness in nineteen fiftysix grace kelly mary prince rainier of monaco she blossomed from academy award winning actress to princess grace but it wasn't easy she went through some awkward years getting the people in monaco to accept her but accept her they did and uk royal watchers expect brits will do the same for markel young people love her she's cookie she's originally she's sassy markle joins a very short list of americans who found their royal match lee radziwill the sister of first lady jacqueline kennedy became princess leia poland princeton educated architect lisa holly is former queen noor of jordan children's wear founder mariechantal is crown princess of greece and last fall arianna austin who has a master's from harvard they came princess of ethiopia much has changed in the years since the last american married a british royal king edward the eighth abdicated the throne to marry the twice divorced wallace simpson who was never much liked by the royals markle will face a decidedly different modern monarchy when that's embracing change and diverse teri okita cbs news windsor as prince harry and meghan markle plan their future family together back here in the.
"queen noor" Discussed on NewsRadio 680 WPTF
"Predict two years ago do you wanna have kids someday christian to that of course you know who doesn't time time time we'll tell and i'm looking forward to paternity pretty busy at the moment kids can wait goro donald reporting now to the newest american duchess here's correspondent teri okita in windsor england markle isn't the first woman to go from hollywood to her royal highness this game in one thousand nine hundred eighty six grace kelly mary prince rainier of monaco she blossomed from academy award winning actress to princess grace but it wasn't easy she went through some awkward years getting the people in marco to accept her except her they did and you k royal watchers expect brits will do the same for markel young people love her she's cookie she's original she's sassy markle joins a very short shortlist of americans who found their royal match lee radziwill the sister a first lady jacqueline kennedy became princess louis of poland princeton educated architect lisa holly is former queen noor of jordan children's wear founder mariechantal is crown princess of greece and last fall arianna austin who has a master's from harvard they came princess of ethiopia much has changed in the eight years since the last american married a british royal king edward the eighth abdicated the throne to marry the twice divorced wallace simpson who was never much liked by the royals markle will face a decidedly different modern monarchy when that's embracing change and diversity teri okita cbs news windsor as prince harry and meghan markle plan their future family together back here in the us the cdc says in a new study birth rates have dropped the lowest level in three decades it counted over three point eight million births last year the lowest tally since nineteen eightyseven while birds have been declining since two thousand fourteen experts say last year saw the greatest year to year drop about ninety two thousand fewer babies than the previous year birth rates for teens continued to nosedive is they have since the early nineties in two thousand seventeen they dropped seven percent from the year before bill rakoff cbs news up next we go to the source of the deadly e coli outbreak on the cbs news weekend roundup.
"queen noor" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"So i say not to say that the policy of moving the jerusalem isn't the right thing or that's we have new rate me and the reason i growled gonna go it's just that it kills me that trump and the republican party are turning israel which should be progressive issue into a right wing one and i think it's it's it's now not one single democratic show i don't israel under obama went to war with a bomb and democrats anyone turned israel to a right wing issue for the last eight years it was the hypocrisy of people who who have this position and like where would you rather live if you're in the middle east in gaza there's sharia law productivity it's not your values they're defending okay so i once queen noor of jordan on the show and they said you know you'll address your highness and i said i fucking will not i bring not queen nor about area just because any queen and bring this up because the royal wedding is tomorrow and we did something on the show couple of weeks ago about grandfathering and stuff from old times and not getting upset about how everything has to be what how we used to think back in the day and i made the point that people are doing things today that are going to look terrible i think the way we treat animals is not gonna look good in the future i mentioned beauty pageants we still have that it's going to look bad and i think calling people your highness i know it's the biggest issue in the world but it bugs me and i think it's really stands out like a sore thumb when we're trying to get a dollar terry in about everything else and we were happy to do it americans love the royalty more than the british like.
"queen noor" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"I'm surprised that if if tyree changes his name next year wedeman golden is this a cyclical because you know during the six tests malcolm x was talking about this wise named malcolm x very here yeah exactly anyway igna that's pretty ajax that isn't clear out amman to a tense note great and our europe basketball head it was said your team the toronto raptors greatest thing ever we got every day zack who have to respect the six got it down the stretch of wall but our babbel bob dwyer of rhetoric but in the words of tom who can't be here right now are we doing this yes because i can't be kicked off the podcast right sure the torpedo queen noor queen of the nord i've never i've never been to the six i would love to go nearly argued never titles date i got i got some stories about this travels shit my last year at cvs though he did not for the pod right now but who tax that you can always must nova uganda the allstar games said look at the submarine commander commanded bossa nova i love it worry about the torpedoes that you know look out judoka bill come after the finals hit never would have you ever carved into secret so he i've not no now i've not i'll be looking for her that the theory she is subaru cooler and city so maybe i had i just have been noticed i dunno anyway the raptors you think they're get to the finals this year i mean i'm just celebrating yesterday's win and not really looking further than know dan a time.
"queen noor" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"She was deployed to bosnia and she was chief of emergency department at eagle base in to'sell bosnia and she actually was one of the what was the only woman on who was deployed over there um she has taken care of queen noor of jordan and she scott just didn't yeoman's work and i think somebody can explain to us different aspects of our healthcare system of she's now working in private practice and in eur at an urgent care of her journey has come i who think full circle from being from training and i'm sure like i did all school training where you actually have to spend time overnight and you'll leave until it's done kind of residency too being on her own and working in an urgent care and seeing the front line of healthcare it's not so much the private practice doctors who get to see the people who are out on the frontline who need our help it's the people who showed than the urgent care so i wanted to get her take on everything that's changed in our healthcare system and one of the things that i'm really really impressed with is the fact that you're not just talking about it but she have started an organization and at love you you to tell our listeners more about how you made the transition to being an advocate for the doctors and the patient relationship thank you so much for joining me wrong have you thank you so much for inviting me dr george and nam the see wears at this late dr uh i have been practicing emergency medicine for twenty two years as you stated and i did go through to training similar to yours lawyers there were no limitations that the time so whenever i rotate it through certain program such as internal medicine or surgery we were required to be up all night at his carry a quite a few patients on our roster and you didn't leave until you got done just as.
"queen noor" Discussed on The Summit FM
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"queen noor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On the shore so a group called citizens for responsibility and ethics in washington on an oxymoron as a big problem with vp pence using a government jet to attend a football game if these people show any concern for president and mrs obama taking separate flights less than two hours apart to martha's vineyard and then having a third flight transport their dog if they didn't have a problem with that they need to keep third damn mouth shut i think it's great in this country that we can criticize our leaders just be consistent if you want it to be taken seriously and jack percent they said nothing about their net new which was now is okay because he was the chosen one you chad is a nami having his next up on the bruce all you chose good morning chip good morning unhappy columbus day seemed teaser i'm so happy to hear him i think got every day for would your kuhn uh and the meeting with spanish french coulter brought cotner or for america turned it into one of a wall uh the great irony here is sculpture and with concept of justice for all in the constitution all were born from england and the rule of law and it will work like that he wouldn't be showing themselves unamended this wonderful country and it's the best queen noor salman i mean you look at it everywhere you go you soon computer telephone created far north will not night we see them land went on the moon was on the united states receipt every major cuts ecological development comes from the united states receiving millions and millions of people were saved by pharmaceutical company that many of the researchers and most of them are right here in the united states required columbus hang on merit brought we're we're thinking at we created a paradise on earth compare fertile world and most of the european countries which hurt slowing dying a research fellow generals had by the.
"queen noor" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"queen noor" Discussed on WEEI
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"queen noor" Discussed on WLAC
"Okay welcome back to coast to coast we've got a couple hours of open line cheer for your george noory with you will take your texts and your tweets as well tom scott all that info ready to go so let's start by going to kathy in idaho to get things started hello kathy hurled your kharayeb line i hope you are to allow our having a great great weather here in north idaho and people are flocking here but you know what you have that power with mark charger talked about the book of revelation the author of the woman and then learning under an honorary had a crown of trump card well it's really strange talk about in cranston i had a friend you give me a copy of iraq care pramila uh well periodico cobb iran if the catholic wagon and there member of 2016 and i'll just give me a cup online here and people can access it on the internet but the wrath of their march but here at quote by britain by patrick archibald if what if i told you that there was a forthcoming astronomical advance the core queen noor sign beckham revelation dining in it depicted asian karn check and crying or you look up here i said timber twenty third thousand seven tool we will see a constellation virgoe we sun rise directly behind it which are now analogous to the woman now the savannah cats tired during the hundredth anniversary of the apparition of the woman close in the sun which is our lady of fatima that's right all seven in portugal here that's right yeah so what does it mean he's asking are and he goes into this article and it fascinating it traveling of enver twenty eight two thousand eighteen and it's called the remnants and his name is patrick arch of and i would encourage all the listeners that they're into it in you know i've drawn in college it cetera check out this article because it goes into a lot of things about jupiter the king planet and um academia that body wool interpret interpret force kathy interpret what do you think it all means well i read this entire article call and i'll be honest with you george i really don't know but i know that has happened for number here all.
"queen noor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Coast to coast am is on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm welcome back to coast to coast we've got a couple of hours of open line cheer for your george noory with you will take your texts and your tweets as well tom gone all that info ready to go so let's start by going to kathy in idaho to get things started hello kathy george carey in china i hope you are to allow our having a great great weather here in north idaho and people are flocking here but you know what you have that power with mark charger talked about the book of revelation who mentioned the woman claire wave oh and then learning under feet and on her head crown of trump start well it's really strange talk about incontinence city i had a friend you give me a copy nick cave well periodico cobb iranian it the catholic wagon and there member of two thousand sixteen and just give me a cup online here and keep can act tested on the internet what there mark curate back here at quote by bitten by patrick archibald it what if i told you that there would be forthcoming astronomical advance beck queen noor sign from the book of revelation dining in a petition contact and climbing or you're look up here i timber twenty third thousand seven tool we will see a constellation burgo we turn where i directly behind it which is now analogous to the woman close now the their cats tired during hundredth anniversary of the apparition of the woman close in the sun which is our lady of fatima that's right in seven in portugal here that's right so what he's asking our and he goes into this article and it fascinating it traveling of ember twenty eight two thousand ten and it's called the remnant and his name is cacic archfoe and i would encourage all the listeners that they're interested in it you know john m e f college it cetera kick check out their article because it goes into a lot of things about cupit her the king planet and um exiting that body will interpret interpret force kathy interpret what do you think it all means well i read this entire article and i'll be honest with few george i really don't know but i know that can happen aiming for a number of years all.