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"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Touro College, where she studied accounting. After school, but then I would hang out at Port Authority Bus Terminal. Back then, you know, we didn't really have a lot of places to like. Hang out. That's Christina Loretta. She's an immigrant from El Salvador and one of Lorena's oldest friends. Aside from being one of the country's busiest bus terminals, Christina remembers Port Authority felt like a medical. Oh, ah! Fast pace, lively gathering place. One of the few places where trans people didn't feel as targeted by the police. Was in port authority that a friend introduced her to know Dana in 1986. She had a big smile on her face. She had a pile of books on her hands. A big bag, you know, hanging from her shoulder, and she had a pencil on her ear, very like school girl. Kristina was 15 years old and Lauren, a schoolgirl look stood out to her at the time. Higher education, a career all felt out of grasp back then, like our reality was okay, So you're here in New York. You're gonna do sex work in order to begin your transition for the hormones and surgeries. It was a reality. She started noticing around Port authority every there say Friday and Saturday night Like around 10 P.m.. You would see this tall, slim Caribbean trans women walking down because the calderas more Corona from Port Authority, they would catch the seven train. Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, Queens, one that I'm like. So where you going? A step in and they're like we're going to work. Roosevelt Avenue had become a hub for sex work. When you look up heroes will avenue you don't see the morning the start. You see the seven train that Cecilia handily who will hear more from later she's describing the elevated train tracks that tower above Roosevelt Avenue. And it's very, very, very noisy. A lot of taxes and a lot of black cars, food cars with tackles and.

Kristina Christina New York El Salvador 1986 Lauren Roosevelt Avenue Christina Loretta Dana Touro College Saturday night Jackson Heights Friday Cecilia around 10 P.m one One Port Authority 15 years old Lorena
"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Don't you give me a Yeah? Yeah. Your neck when the honorable Indian impacted economic Shadow Boys whenever members growing up in Cozumel weapon at 12 years old, she was learning to put on makeup and love to secretly try on her sister's clothes. Her family often called her a hotel, which is a derogatory term for gay. One day they caught her in her sister's clothes and beat her. Just 14. She moved to Mexico City on her own where she would meet her first trans friends. Hey, committed temperature. Not enough, says that her friends used to call her lucha. And while she found community in Mexico City, she also found danger and discrimination. We got people there. No major campus in my New York and the company before he wasn't enough. You. Lorena says that one day five men forced her to the top of a building and threatened to throw her off the rooftop. She still hadn't transitioned and was terrified that the violence would only get worse when her body changed. 1981. Some of her friends had come to the U. S to access, gender affirming medical treatment, and they encouraged Lorena to do the same. Just a few days before turning 21 not in across the border. Luminous first job as an undocumented immigrant was assembling furniture at a factory. She made just enough to rent a room in Queens and by subway tokens. Then, in November of 1986 a stroke of luck. This bill, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, that I was signed in a few minutes is the most comprehensive reform of our immigration laws since 1952 Not in a secured legal residency in the U. S through Ronald Reagan's immigration amnesty with her new papers in hand, she applied to Medicaid and began her hormone treatment. She was able to get a legal work permit a new job but about factory and eventually a scholarship to Touro College, where she studied accounting. After school, but then I would hang out at Port Authority Bus Terminal..

Mexico City Lorena New York Ronald Reagan November of 1986 Immigration Reform and Control 1981 five men Touro College U. S 12 years old first 21 1952 14 Indian first job Cozumel Queens Port Authority Bus Terminal
"touro college" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"touro college" Discussed on KGO 810

"I could have you along Chip Franklin with you on kgo on this kind of a special day for so all the shows today have had, uh, you know, qualified medical personnel on it. Some segment to talk about, obviously, you know, Cove it and you know, we've shut everything down a year ago. We've We've had tremendous progress. We've done amazing things. And there's still a long way to go. So coming up at five o'clock. Dr. Nick Katz on Paul will join us and Dr Son Paul is well. He's been on the front lines in New York City at the Touro College of Medicine. He's also ever ologists and a gastroenterologist and just a really, really bright guy. So if you have questions, and you want to be part of that, you can start texting them to me at 415 80 88 10. Or you can call it the top of the hour as well On day also coming up in a few minutes. San Matteo County Supervisor David David Cannonball will join us. We'll talk about what's going on here in the Bay Area as people try to open up cautiously. Which is, you know, which is again important. Joining us right now. The latest on on George Floyd staff in the Tri Awhile for Derrick Show, Vin. Um, is the Mark Rama Lord Mark. What is the latest what happened today? Yes. Oh, no jurors additional jurors seated today, so the process continues there. But there was a lot of other news surrounding other developments in the case. Particularly there were a lot of argument today about an issue of whether or not, uh, prior running that George Floyd had with police about a year before his death. If that should be admitted into the trial, the defense wants to introduce this. Because they say that It helps demonstrate what they've started to call his motives. Operandi I when Floyd came into contact with police, which included becoming essentially emotionally unstable, potentially paranoid, We're having some kind of panic disorder at the time or attack as a result of that. And included him attempting to or, in fact succeeding in ingesting drugs that he had on him. And so they're looking to try and connect this prior incident to what happened on May 25th 2020 in saying that even pointing out so much to say that when Floyd was saying the words I can't breathe or calling for his mom that that may have been The result of drugs in his panic, state and anxiety rather than the actions of showman. The judge was pretty skeptical of all of this. And Question whether this is really relevant to the case and in fact was saying and relevant to show bin and essentially saying that Chauvet as an officer would have no prior knowledge of Employed emotional state and his modus operandi I When he arrives on the scene, he has to treat the person as they are, and as they present themselves, and so this idea that his emotional response was the same on these two incidences. Doesn't really seem relevant. So the process the the judge was pretty skeptical of this, but nevertheless, the defense is fighting for that. I mean, there's so much here, mark anybody that's ever been pulled over. I mean, most of people listening to me or probably white, and and it Zhar. I mean, I was pulled over once, when they thought it was a stolen car. And I, the tags had been law. I was a dealer car, right? And they reported attacks stolen and they found them. And then they forgot tea, You know, and they put him on a car. And you know cops come up. They got me triangulated. They're shaking. It's at night. Fortunately, had a baseball uniform. I get out the car and they figured it all out. I'm getting back in my car. And the older cop says me could think you're white. All right? I mean, so, I mean, some of that plays out here. I mean, if you've been pulled over repeatedly and if you have a previous altercation I think if it if it plays out on anybody a place out for the defense here, But I don't. I doubt they would introduce it. But you know as to, you know, why would he have his knee on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds? That's what it's going to come down to. Not previous. Yeah, I mean, you know is he going to say I heard from a friend and I needed to put my knee on his neck for for you know till he died. I don't know. I think it's going to come down to, um you know that that being obviously fundamental Aspect of this case, But, you know, I think it's really going to come down to the language that's in these charges and each one of these the second degree murder the third degree murder in the second degree manslaughter. What's the language in that statute? Does it apply to what show Vin did, And obviously there's a lot of other evidence and things that can be presented around this, but at the end of the day, obviously, that's what the jury's deciding. And so the question of, for example, the third degree murder issue the person perpetrating an act eminently dangerous to others and inventing a depraved mind without regard for human life. Is that what Sheldon did when he put his knee on points neck for nine minutes or roughly nine minutes, and I think, you know, obviously we can sit here and speculate, or people conform their own opinion on that, but The end of the day. The jury is the one that has to decide that. Let me ask you something. I don't know. The answer to the first question is what was the cause of death? Was it a sick asphyxiation? You know, there were there were two. Yeah, There were two autopsies. The one outside. The autopsy that is going to be allowed in the trial was the autopsy by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, which Found that the cause of death for George Floyd was, um cardiopulmonary arrest due to neck compression from restraint. But it also noted an underlying cause, being drugs and, uh, employee health conditions. I think he had some potential concern about his It's hard in the first place. And so this is where the defense is focused. They are focused on saying Bed. Uh, Floyd in the incident on may 25th 2020 attempted to and appears to have ingested some drugs that he had on him. So they're pointing to that and drugs that were in his system as well as the elevated levels. Those drugs I mean, whether enough tol alters behavior. Remember off the top of my head? I don't apologize. I don't know. All right up in my head. What about their at you? I was hoping that maybe So, so that's a key issue, right? I mean it and I have to look at it, and I apologize for not knowing that off the top of my head, but that is a key issue, right? Was it was it at an elevated level? Was it at a level that you know could have played a role in his death in it, And I think that that is what the defense is looking to do here is to point to that these drugs and his health issues were part of and or cause of his death, and then Perhaps not Children, and the defense is not conceding that Sheldon is the reason that George Floyd is dead. Obviously, the prosecution is saying Nine minutes that he was on his neck. The man had handcuffs was handcuffed and he went limp. Um and then also Contrary to show Vince training That he did not put Floyd back into a recovery position that he knows that as a trained officer that this is a risky position that could lead to serious medical complications from it, and he did not put him in a position that would have alleviated that concern. And they're going to demonstrate that there's an incident in 2015, where show Vin did restrain somebody and put them into a recovery position. His training taught him.

Sheldon 2015 New York City 415 80 88 10 May 25th 2020 Chip Franklin Floyd Vince eight minutes two five o'clock nine minutes David David Cannonball Bay Area Nick Katz may 25th 2020 today Nine minutes two autopsies two incidences
"touro college" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"touro college" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"New election charges in Georgia. Mon Jack Callahan, Fox News, the state's attorney, general, brand Rapids. Berger says he's opening an investigation into whether third party groups are trying to register people to vote illegally in January's Senate runoff elections. A group called America Votes, for example, has been accused of sending absentee ballot applications to people at addresses where they haven't lived since 1994. Another group vote forward, is alleged to have attempted to register Your deceased Alabama woman to vote in Georgia. Ah third. The New Georgia project is believed to have sent voter registration applications to New York City and Operation New Voter Registration. Georgia is alleged to have told college students in the state that they can change their residency to Georgia and then change it. Back after the election. Fox's Kevin Corke, two more states, Arizona and Wisconsin have certified their election results. Those certifications air, just procedural steps, and the reality is the love. Touro College does not vote in their states until December. 14th. Congress doesn't actually certify anything until the beginning of January. So we've got plenty of time President's daughter in law Lara Trump on Fox is the story with Martha MacCallum. President. Trump spoke by telephone Monday and a hearing of Arizona lawmakers. Telling them he's fighting for the integrity of American elections. President elect Biden naming members of his White House economic team on Monday. Janet Yellen, who formerly served as Fed chair will be nominated for secretary of the Treasury. Neera Tanden, who leads the left leaning Center for American Progress, will be nominated his service, the director of the Office of Management and Budget. And Cecilia Rouse, the leading labor economist at Princeton, will be nominated to serve his chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. Clocks is John Decker Wall Street Monday, The Dow lost 271 points. NASDAQ dropped seven. The S and P 500 closed 16.

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"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hey, Jo On the radio, 7 27 Dr. Allen Kadish is a cardiologists and president of Touro College. A Dr Allen. Welcome back to the program. Always great to have you with us, sir. It's great to be back. Well, you know, I'm good, but we're all confused because we kept hearing so many different things we had the virus comes in. And then we do what we do with it. You gotta you gotta wear mask. Don't wear a mask. We're going to shut down and then and then Dr Katie's they have They have protests which turned into riots and they're allowed to riot and protest. But we're not allowed to leave. Our homes were so good fused. Where are we? As faras. This this cove in 19 are we? There's new symptoms. Give us a breakdown and over overall view of it if you would, doctor Kadish So there are a few things first of a ll clearly in some parts of the country. Coben 19. Infection is increasing. And it's not a shock because when you along that if people didn't socially distance and didn't wear masks, but there was a chance of another outbreak. And we saw that in one of the first United States outbreaks in Westchester, where they're super spreaders, one person who can infect the large number of people if you go to a gathering and you don't wear masks, and you're not social distance. Then there was, uh, there have been a few examples. One bar where 85 people. I called it. Because they were together in the narrow space and didn't distance. So first of all, what's happened is in the places where people got Part of being socially distance. They got tired of being at home, which is understandable. Yeah, they didn't take the right precautions and in those places Colbert is increasing in the places where ah Things have happened more slowly, People have gotten back more slowly, where perhaps there was some element of what's called Herd immunity. In New York. There was so many infections for awhile, but there's some people who are immune. Uh, not as many as we used to think was required to create herd immunity is basically when a certain number of people are immune in slow down the spread of the virus, and we used to think maybe took 80%. Maybe 60%. Now there's some evidence that even 40% of the people have immunity. It can slow down the spread of the virus, so in those places where it's been really bad, In the past in New York still has historically, in most cases in the U. S. They're opening slowly and there may be some element of herd immunity. Been so far. We haven't seen a spike in New York but in a lot of the rest of the country were not a lot of people have been infected and people didn't take the right precautions. And I think what's going on right now, which is some of those places that had quote opened up are backing off. They're saying bar's closed features are gonna be closed. That's absolutely right thing to do, because we know what can happen. Yeah, I don't factor, though, with when they're now the testing more. So, of course, the cases they're going to go up more so, And the analogy used that if somebody had a cold, for example, and like a 1,000,000 people got the cold last night, and then the news media went crazy and went. Oh, there's a 1,000,000 cases of the cold and I know you can't compare the two by any means. I understand that, but isn't it Because there's more testing we more are more aware of it. And also what's the mortality rate money? Consider all those and also these are young people. Can they? Are they just going to get this and doesn't just go away? I mean, but but just get beginning back to the testing of it. There's going to be more cases because indeed, the testing has been successful, Correct, Doctor So if you just look, you absolutely 100% right? Of course you could test more. You'll have more cases and you're 100 per cent right that if it was on ly increase in the number of cases we could explain it all based on increased testing, but one of the things that we and others have been watching. The percent positive tests. Which means of all the people get tested. How many? You're positive, So if it's just more testing, you may have more cases, but you shouldn't increase the percent that are positive. So in New York, for example, there's been a lot more testing. But the number of tested her positives to below 2%. Meaning? If you test 100 people, fewer than two of them will have been exposed to covert. Whereas in the states where yes, there's more testing, but we've seen an increased number of cases, The percent positive is over 10%. So that's a real good way of saying both are important, right? No question. Increased testing means you uncover more. But when you're talking about 10 15% positive cases. Something real going on there. They can't all be explained by testing. I'm not saying testing, not part of it, but it will be explained by testing. The virus is spreading. Yeah, Alan, you great. Oh, you said you're so Dan Earth and we appreciate that You come down a lot of people because people is so upset. And I think they're upset because when does this go away? Will it go away? And do we just plain go on with our lives and to herd herd immunity? Because if we keep locked up, you're gonna have more violence. I think a sociological E. If you want the public up, Dr Kadish. They're going to explode and we can't be locked up again..

New York Dr. Allen Kadish Dr Allen Touro College United States Jo president Dr Katie Colbert Dan Earth Alan Westchester
"touro college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"touro college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the roundtable trying Katzman. Tv's here This morning we had Dr Alan. Kay Ish documentations president and CEO of the Touro College and university system and he's president of the New York Medical College and you got eighteen thousand students in thirty two locations Good morning how are you? I'm doing fine personally We're in a difficult situation. Otherwise well it's good to be here. Eighteen thousand students tell us what's going on in. And where are you headquartered? We're headquartered in New York but we're have campuses in Illinois in California and Nevada so we have relationships throughout the country. Have you. Eighteen thousand students sent home. Are they studying from computers out? They were doing. All eighteen? Thousand students have been converted to online education. We happened to be lucky that we have a long history with online education and we have an online only unit. So we for us. It was relatively easy to switch over education online. The places it's been more of a challenge is win. Clinical experiences in health care and an education are involved. And we've had to be creative in how we provide. Alternative clinical experiences that provide the same competency that the clinical experiences would provide but in most cases. We've been able to do that and we anticipate that. Almost all of our students will receive full academic credit for the current semester Out of your eighteen thousand students. Have you had many problems with the corona virus? So far we've had a handful of students who had documented infection. Luckily none of our students has been seriously ill up to now. So we've been very lucky but we certainly have a handful of students who have grown virus and probably our electric group who have it but haven't been diagnosed. And how do you see the problem? You know we have two schools. Threaten our country right now. You have certain politicians that are saying you're GONNA have forty to eighty percent of population's GonNa get it. Then you have other people saying well. I could see the bright sky in the next thirty forty fifty days. What what is your belief. So I think they're actually both partially right and this is what I think is most likely going to happen. Although obviously no one knows for sure this is a new problem. First of all I think there are many more people who have been infected. Then we know about it seems to spread pretty quickly and so that means a lot of people will be infected. What exactly the percentages. I can't tell you but a lot of people will be infected. I think a corollary of that idea that a lot of people are infected. Is that the death rate and the rate of serious illness is not as high as some of the initial reports suggested so. I think we don't have a three percent mortality from corona virus. It's probably one percent or lower now. That's still pretty high. But it's not as bad as some of the early predictions were the biggest challenge that I see is that because it spreads quickly and because people stay sick longer than they do some other illnesses for example in a typical case a patient is on a ventilator for three to five days in some cases in corona virus even if they recover they can be ventilator for two weeks so the biggest problem. We're having particularly in New York where we're headquartered at the hospitals. Emergency rooms and doctors and other healthcare providers are totally overwhelmed because so many people getting sick all at once and that's the advantage of the isolation is hopefully we can slow down and there's some evidence that it is slowing down a little bit in New York that we can slow down the rate at which people get sick so it doesn't overwhelm the system. So what do I think's going to happen? I think for sure we're in for couple of weeks in New York and because other parts of the country are behind us sort of four to six weeks in those areas. And then I think things will stabilize. I can't tell you for sure whether it'll be one month or three months. But I think things will stabilize and we'll be able to get to normal normal existence. That doesn't mean coronas will be gone but there are a lot of great scientists working on cures or prevention in three different areas. And I think in a few months we're going to have much better treatments and maybe in twelve months we'll have an effective vaccine and that will dramatically change what we're looking at long term so I think we're in for a rough short period. I think after that we'll get over. Not The virus itself to tell me about it is it a is it. A living entity so viruses are sort of interesting they're waiting entities that can't survive on their own. And what I mean by that is they. Don't do the normal things. They don't breeze like cells. Do that in energy like cells do they don't live what they do is they. Take over other people cells and they use those cells to replicate themselves. That is to make more viruses. And that's how people get sick. So they're they're unusual kind of thing Very clever little things. Unfortunately for us that can take over cells in the body and make the body sick and then spread to other people because they produce huge numbers of copies of themselves. I I was also told the learn. How do they learn well? So it's not learning the way we usually think of what happens is we think most cases with viruses is something called natural selection which is if we develop a drug against a virus or people develop immunity against the virus. The viruses have mutations. That is little things change and those little things that are resistant to the things. We do Then those viruses grow more and that's how the virus learns so to speak what Cd's don't understand if they're not transmitting information amongst themselves which they're not. I don't think they are. How do they learn in other words? What basically think of it this way. Let's say you have a treatment that targets a particular sequence in the virus ninety five ninety eight or ninety nine percent of viruses may have that sequence and therefore be taken care of by that drug that takes care of them but the other one percent have a mutation which means that the drug doesn't work so those ninety five to ninety nine percent die but that other one percent now starts growing because it's resistant to the treatment and that one percent then takes over so it's not really learning in the sense that each virus learns anything. It's the ones who are resistant to the treatment at then take over and they spread so for one thing. We're lucky about so far with corona viruses. As you know there's a different flu vaccine every year because there's a different strain of flu every year that takes over and begins to grow. Corona virus does not seem to be doing that yet and our hope is that it won't do it which means if we develop a vaccine. The vaccine won't have to be changed every year. The immunity that people have we'll be more lasting than it is with the flu because we'll be dealing with the same virus so corona virus is spreads more easily than the flu but so far the evidence is it doesn't quote learn as quickly talk to thank you so much for coming on this Sunday morning and thank you for your wisdom and good luck and everything you do thank you. This is the Catch Roundtable. Be Right back..

New York flu president and CEO flu vaccine New York Medical College Katzman Touro College Dr Alan Kay Ish president Illinois Nevada Cd California
"touro college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The Morning America. This is the cats roundtable, Tron cats Matijas here. What's going on in America? Measles, something we all forgot. It's tempting to become an epidemic. What is this morning, Dr Alan, Katie, Dr Katie. She's the president and CEO of touro college and university system, and the president of the New York, Medical College at touro, good morning, Dr Katie. How are you this morning? I'm doing well, it's great to be here. John give one America update. What's going on with us measles? Just as you said, we thought measles, was cured the used to be five hundred thousand two million cases of measles, the year in the United States and a bunch of people died from it. And we've vaccination they were years where there were almost no cases of measles in the United States and few cases that there were where people who traveled abroad and brought it back, but it didn't spread because enough of the top. Nation was back stated to prevent it from spreading. As you know, in the past few years, there has been a small, but vocal nationwide community of people who call themselves, anti vaccine who don't believe in vaccinations, and as the percentage of people vaccinated has dropped below critical point measles has made a comeback, which has shocked people. But that situation of measles, sort of being controlled, it's important to know is only a situation, the US west year, a hundred thousand people in the world died of measles. So this is still a serious problem. And we've got to make sure we take care of it. I would say, wow, so this disease effected evolve it came from somewhere overseas. Whether it was Central America from the aliens, or whether it was someplace else in the Middle East or whatever, and the anti. Vaccine, people that never took a vaccine interacted with those immigrants and got measles. Is that correct? That's correct. And that's how it it spread and it's spreading certain communities, not necessarily where the overall vaccination rate is so low. But if there's a group of people who are in close proximity, who don't vaccinate their children, and they go to the same school Saint playgrounds same camp. They can infect each other, and that's how these outbreaks have happened. So, and that most of the thousand cases outstanding now are in the Jewish community. And most of the one on ones are in, in, in New York City. Does that mean these measles cases came from the Middle East, and that area that interacted with? He's religious Jewish people that were of didn't take the vaccines. So that seems to be our best. Guess right now, as I mentioned, there are outbreaks throughout the country, but you're absolutely right in certain parts of the orthodox. Unity, particularly in Brooklyn. There's been a high rate of measles, and it's thought that, that actually came from the Middle East, somebody who not, not an immigrant, but somebody who is visiting brought it back from the Middle East and was able to infect groups of people who tend to congregate in large communities, and there tend to be groups together small groups, but still important groups that don't believe in vaccines. And that's how this has happened. And it's a real Trump children have died, how many people have died. So we don't know, for sure that there have been any significant number of deaths in the United States, but many of the complications of measles can happen late. That is it can be some late neurologic damage late lung damage. And so just because we haven't had a B outbreak of deaths doesn't mean that there isn't danger here. I would say, we're not quite an epidemic proportion, yet by any means. But there has been some activity to try to control the outbreak in public. Health officials who push vaccination. They've been leaders in the Jewish community and other communities who've pushed vaccination there's been some government action to do it. And I think all those things together have so far controlled the spread to some extent. But that doesn't mean we're out of danger unless everybody pitches in and gets back and I'll give you a heads up. One of the gals was working in our office ended up. List of hearing her ears because of measles as I said, they can be brain damage, and that's one of the kind of serious complications, and there, there is a fear of the vaccine among some people, and there's a philosophy against the vaccine among some people. So philosophy is sometimes to argue with but the fear is really misplaced because the big concern is the idea that needles causes autism and it's been shown over and over again. That's just not true. It was a recent study of six hundred thousand kids in Denmark, that showed that the rate of autism, and those people who didn't get the vaccine was actually slightly higher than who did get the vaccine. So it's been complex idea that the vaccine causes autism has been completely debunked. But as you know, sometimes when people get ideas, it's hard to break them down. We get all the rabbis together the Ritz. The wafted box everybody together to give a statement to the Jewish people vacs, vaccinate your kids. It's time before some of these kids get seriously hurt. So that catchy already happened. So two to four weeks ago, the two largest organizations representing congregations and rabbis in the United States of orthodox persuasion. One is the orthodox union. And the other is something called the Gouda both of them issued statements, please get vaccinated. And there's nothing Jewish law. That prevents you from get backs being vaccinated. And in fact, it says you should be vaccinated, and they're always outliers individuals, but the nature organsations have come out with exactly the statements that you've asked for, and that's certainly influenced many people, and I think that's helped control the spread but we're not completely out of the woods yet, because there's some people who stick by these ideas that somehow vaccines are more dangerous than measles, and it's just a bad rumor dot the Allen, Katie. Thank you for everything you do. And thank you for coming in our show and. And telling the American people norm New Yorkers the truth. And that's catch up again. Real soon. It was real pleasure. I look forward to take care. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

Measles United States president and CEO Middle East America Dr Katie New York City touro college Dr Alan Brooklyn president lung damage Medical College John orthodox union Denmark Allen four weeks
"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The video moon by my doctor says take the crest door man, the cholesterol, you know, because it's her I guess that's ready to Terry. It's a he worries about that. Did you do you keep any never worries anything? He says, make sure you take the craft store because now so. And I'm thinking sometimes cholesterol is good. There's good cholesterol, and the bad cholesterol. But if it runs hi, it's okay to take the Lipitor in the craft store. You should stay on those, that's a dangerous, causing heart disease. Correct. So if you're at a certain risk, the recommendations are that you take it, and while there are some side effects, there are hundreds of thousands of people have been studied to show that if you need it, and you take it you'll live longer, you could be on the air longer. You know, you go, you know, I have more children. I want. I'm just saying I got an eight year old at this point, but I love it. You know, and I feel energized, but that before we let you go, you've been very, very patient doctor, kaddish, thanks so much. It tells about touro college. How much do you love meeting touro college over there? So turell has nineteen thousand students. It was started by a great visionary. Who was the only president before me who hired me when I was ninety four. When he was ninety four got its Mission Bay school. We have two main missions, one is to provide for people who can't get education, otherwise. And we run five medical schools. Wow. We have a law school in a business school. We're not a religious institution. What we are an institution what we call them the Jewish tradition. And so we do have some Jewish studies programs. Well, yeah, and it's a great place. I've been there for ten years. We have students who succeed tremendously, and it's we had graduations this season. So I was just a graduation on Sunday Lincoln center. See kids starting to life. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And I love it, Dr cat. You're good guy. Thanks so much. Thanks for letting us have some fun and keep us posted. But again, up to the measles thing because it is getting scary is certainly in New York get vaccinated. Don't mess around. Everybody needs to get back to Nate it. It's gonna help not just you, but the community and we gotta be part of the community. Thank you. Good to see that cat. Great to see come visiting you after the show. Second of the I'm so sorry. I have the hypochondriac germaphobe and the maple syrup junkie. Thank you very much all in one on AM nine seventy the answer. Curtis L house, man, we're gonna talk, some politics with Mr. Ellis. Would he comes in the studio momentarily at seven thirty seven big outstanding by, but the headline news on AM nights seventy the answer? This is A M nine hundred seventy the answer. Sixty six degrees at seven thirty seven to low with local news. I here's what's going on. I also saying it was a bunch of New Yorkers behind a violent shoplifting attempt that took place in Middlesex County mall over the weekend. Woodbridge police report that Joe Cordell, Bruce Garcia, plus Denise and Kevin Ringo. All of Brooklyn queens, and a queens, man, James Farrell have been charged for their roles in the incident. Cops say one of the defendants allegedly tried to run out of the Woodbridge mall. Macy's Sunday evening with stolen proceeds to a car where the other four defendants were waiting. When a loss prevention officer reportedly stopped the person, the defendant stabbed the garden in the arm before jumping in the car with the others and driving away. A male mistake in New York City has a happy ending. UPS went to send delivery notifications via text and accidentally created a group chat with about twenty New Yorkers people started responding in the group chat, and now turned into a club. They decided to have a real life, meet up at a bar and Ridgewood queens, everyone wore Brown, so they could be easily. Identified the people in the so-called UPS club, live in parts of Brooklyn, and queens in sports, Yankees at three home runs in a five to two Memorial Day matinee win over the Padres. In the Bronx, met, surrendered six runs in the sixth inning lost nine to five to the dodgers in Los Angeles. And Stanley Cup finals game one goes to the Bruins who beat the blues for to two game to set for Wednesday night in Boston sports is brought to you by Modell's sporting goods stores. You gotta go to moz stuck in traffic.

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"touro college" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Back with Mr. Bill O'Reilly his new book coming out on sale. The night of the seventeenth of September the United States of Trump how the president really sees America. Riley bill. I'm curious on your take on what happened in New Zealand here where you know, obviously, you have the shooting and then six days later, they're passing massive gun restrictions. The media here wants to tell America that that's the way it's supposed to work. You know, you have something that happens, and you immediately pass laws in the most emotional moments right approach for for a country for civilisation. Well, it'd be difference between obviously New Zealand and the United States. I mean, I don't know. It's a lot of self defense mechanisms in New Zealand, unless the sheep go wild. I mean, you know, it's a very sparsely populated country. There's not a lot of violent crime there. There aren't you know, vast stretches of New Zealand are on policed. I it's it's a totally different situation. Don't you see the the the way the media and the left reacts to things like this is they say, that's the way we're supposed to do. That's what we're supposed to do. The American media is becoming increasingly ardently liberal. They're always liberal always. But now, they're ardently liberal and one of the tenants of liberalism is no guns. Not and it doesn't stack make any sense because then you are really left defenseless if you live in Wyoming, and there is an sheriff, you know, within eighty miles of you and something bad happens, and you need protection, and you don't have a gun. I mean that doesn't make any sense. Well, the one guy who stopped the shooter from shooting more people and got him to move and run for a little bit is the guy who had believe it or not an arrow. He described it as he used something else as an arrow to break the window. They said, okay. So a spear or some sort he used something as a spear, and he threw this what they described as an arrow and it missed the guy, but shattered the window of the car. He was next to imagine. If the guy had I know a gun. Well, Estrella has these rules to and they did it the exact same way after a horrific shooting there, the parliament passed all kinds of draconian gun laws. Look every country has got to regulate itself. I'm not gonna tell New Zealand. What to do? I don't know. I've never been there in eighty two countries, but never New Zealand, but the United States of America, it is clear that our constitution gives individuals the freedom to protect themselves. That's what this is about. I'm not a gun guy. I'm not I'm not, okay. But I need protection. I Bill O'Reilly need protection. Right. Because there are bad people who want to hurt me. So therefore, I take steps to protect myself. I don't want Alexandria ocasio Cortez. Telling me, I can't do that. Now, it'll never happen as I said the second amendment will never be overturned and all the Washington DC attempts to ban it in certain jurisdictions. All failed. But this is America and other countries they do things differently. And I'm I don't think I should intrude on that. So okay, I agree with you on a New Zealand. They can do whatever they want. But we are different. And I want to propose something to you. And and and and get your thoughts on this right now Bernie Sanders zero Cortez. They are they are saying this is the kind of stuff that we need to do right here in in America that took leadership, and we have the leaders now to be able to do this. I they're they're telling you the truth for the first time the masks or coming off when they say, we don't want to take people's guns. Do they're now saying exactly what they want to do. And and so there is that movement. But if you listen to a Cossio Cortes, wet she's talking about on the hill. I don't know if you saw the the video of her with the president of Wells Fargo where she was talking about, you know, maybe we should sue you. Why can't we hold you responsible for any oil leaks that happened? And the country. You know, if you give loans to Exxon, and he said, well because we didn't build the pipeline or we're not building the votes where we're the ones just giving their money to finance the building it and she didn't accept that as an answer. And she what she was really doing was saying to the big banks. We are coming after you. If you finance things that we don't like, of course. And they're doing this now with guns already in New York, and I'm going to say that they're doing with the gun manufacturers, the design of these people the far left progressive movement is to centralize all the power in Washington. That's how China is Ron all power in China is in Beijing. It's not in any other place. But Beijing everybody in China one point five billion people obeys what the people in Beijing put out and if you don't wind up at a camp. So that's the vision of the progressives that we are going to tell you exactly what you can. And can't do that's their ultimate goal. That's why they want to touro college. That's why they wanna give four year olds to vote. All right. Let's get to power in Washington. Skip these crazy people from Mississippi out of it. All right. Let's get these Texans out of their crazy. We know how to do this. And so if you don't buy into that we're going to punish you. So if you are a commentator, we're going to tell sponsors not to buy spots on your show, if you are a Bank, we're going to tell you who you can and can't lend money to if you're a gun owner gun maker and anyone gets killed by that gun, then you have a multimillion dollar lawsuit because we don't want you to make the guns. So we're gonna control every aspect of life from Washington. Moscow or Beijing or Havana, that's what it is. We're incrementally. Yes. Taking steps to get there. And as we're as we're fighting this fight for the second amendment. We have to fight it onto sides. We have to it's a multi-front battle. We're fighting for the second amendment. And we're we're we're saying thank God. There's a second amendment. However at the same time, they're going after the banks, and they'll choke off all of the money. And if you don't have the money to produce it. Well, you have the right to buy it. Close to getting passed yet. It's way way way way way way. It doesn't have to pass. All they have to do is scare them enough. Look New York came to good point New York came to the banks and said, look guys just don't do business with any of these gun dealers because we think some of these gun dealers might be selling illegal guns, and we don't want to have to spend so much time, you know, investigating all of your business dealings. So if you don't do business, it's going to be a, you know, twenty days twenty day audit media boycotts. Correct business with these people because we don't like them, right? And if we have to if you want to do business with them, that's fine. But it'll be more like a ninety day audit. Well, nobody wants the federal government stuff for ninety days is going on. And but it's not right now institutionalized it's all coming from pressure groups and far-left politicians. So once it does get. Institutionalize where a law would be passed in New York or California that says anybody killed with a gun the gun manufacturer and that could happen now. I think it'll be ruled unconstitutional, but that's where they're going. You're.

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"touro college" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's Pat gray unleashed on the play. They should chill you to the bone. Elizabeth Warren in not in Massachusetts or California. She's in Mississippi here Mississippi. Talking about eliminating the electoral college and their reaction to it is absolutely chilling. Check out the checkout. The applause of this. To make sure that every vote counts and. I want to close that right here. She Mississippi because I think this is an important point come general election. Presidential candidates don't come to places like Mississippi do. Do they also come to places like California and Massachusetts, right because we're not the battle ground states. My view is that every vote matters. And the way we can make that happen. There we go. He's going to be good good. Good found. How can we? Let's. Actional voting, and that means get rid of the electoral college. Presume we we don't have one. So it's already ended in the Republic. Liberty. A nurse. A plus. Is there ever been truer line in a popular movie than that one? A nurse a plus. Yep. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three also at Pat unleashed onto Twitter from a cult of the dead cow. That's bettas hacking group writer. Yes, stupid thing. Yeah. Wait, Pat wants people to read you'd have a better chance of getting AO see to put together a coherent sentence and stop using like in such as. What if what if like what if like we just make? Everything free 'cause like it's a free country. So so like shouldn't everything be free will hold on in a free country. The I've got a question for you. What if it's what are your thoughts? Touro college being eliminated. I I'm like, all whatever, you're all..

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"touro college" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Rid of the electoral college, go to the national popular vote. A thing that does not exist, even though people act as if it does exist. And I think it would be a disaster. What do you think? Eight three three eight five two four eight six six is the number eight hundred three eight five two four Tom. I believe that we got Jerry in Milwaukee. If I'm correct. That right. Jerry. Tom. Hey, okay. I have to just I'm from Wisconsin. Can you hear me, y'all? Yeah. I hear ya. Okay. I'm from Wisconsin. So personally my vote and then what? Touro college is greater than the average order. So personally, I'm helped Wisconsin voted by the electoral college. But he was personally help it's still at that. You know, this this that, you know, electoral college said candidates, visit more states, that's a complete mess. Ninety five thousand three hundred ninety nine general election appearances in the United States, pay more seven states board states, Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan. Visit large state. It'll visit North Dakota or South Dakota. That's a great argument though, Jerry, I'm big all over the map. You just said the draw an arrow to all those states you mentioned, and that's crisscrossing the whole country. No. Seven states almost all their peers are in seven states say almost never go through rural areas. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's okay. But they still have to run around the whole country instead of. I mean. Lying for one state to another. Flying over it is including country. Yeah. I mean, you your state like you said your state matters. Your state matters, Jerry the votes in it matter, you can believe the Democrats are going to be paying attention to it big time. They're gonna make visits there. Hillary Clinton didn't visit Wisconsin enough. If she did she might have done better there, you agree with all that right? My state matters. Yes, months. Take matters. Ninety percent of the United States doesn't matter. That's the point. The argument is visit more states. No, they visit like ten states. The the the thing is your state. The people say that all the time all these states have too much influence, Pennsylvania. Wisconsin Virginia the so-called swing states. But the thing is it's not really true, California makes a huge difference because they're those are all guaranteed votes for Democrats just because something is a closer state doesn't mean it matters more. I mean, they obviously are fighting more for those things, but California it's not as if it doesn't count. It counts in a huge way because how many electoral votes in California. They're massive number. Right. They go right to the Democrats that's incredibly important to the Democrats those electoral votes that are not. I mean, not really guaranteed for Republicans in Texas. But in the big red states are the ones that have big big numbers Darren credibly important. So the swing swing states are important and the guaranteed states are important, Jerry. Do you think this is gonna fly? I..

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"touro college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Day thirteen. Nanny Pelosi did a friendly little south ball fluffer interview with their pal savannah Guthrie NBC who did and I will give credit where credit is due did ask two questions that should have been asked which has got him unusual all by itself. So we'll take baby steps. It's. He's the tallest midget in the room as they say when it comes to journalism in Washington. She asked two questions that were actually appropriate to the interview subject, even though the interview subject was nanny Pelosi at a democrat. Nanny will apparently become the speaker of the house today. I think it's today. She's big day for is going to get the big cartoon gavel again. And he. She's going to obstruct the course of government in the news media will say that she's on the side of the good guys. And President Trump is an obstructionist because he is not submitting to the will of the Democrats that is what is defined as compromise. And the Washington news media Republican comes around to the Democrats position. Then a compromise has been reached anything short of that obstructionism by Republicans. Democrats never have to move. They've never got to move their positions that they don't have to compromise. They don't have to come over to the position of the president. That would be giving in you see that would be they be selling out their base, but if Republicans should suggest the same thing is true of them, then they're attacked for it. And that's that's what's going on. The news media saying Chuck Schumer told the news media that President Trump said he gave into the Democrats position that he would quote look foolish and quote now if the Democrats give in. Into the Trump position. They too would quote look foolish end quote. But the news media doesn't really see it that way. Do they it's good to have the news media on your side because they're corrupt? And so are the Democrats on Capitol Hill. It's a hand in glove kind of situation. The corruption is staggering staggering stunning. Extraordinary awful. We were talking about yet another democrat anti-semites yesterday, and they are many they Democrats and anti-semitism go together like carrots and peace. They just they. They love each other. I talk about this woman from the Cleveland Clinic, which is like the mayo clinic, it's a very serious medical clinic and hospital in Cleveland, as you might imagine in which is in Ohio and case your Nancy Pelosi or something and you've only flown over. The woman who was working there in doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic riches, very staticy, very very impressive very prestigious if you will or prestigious if you want to make it even more pretentious. He was doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic when it was discovered that she's a Muslim woman. She's very knew that there was discovered that she is a frothy anti-semites. And and that's okay. And the democrat circles now in case, you didn't know that's fine. But the Cleveland Clinic did fire her, and it turns out that the the place where she got her medical degree is a Jewish institution. And they're they're shocked. I say shocked to learn that they had educated a virulent anti Semite. But she's just a democrat in good standing a Cleveland doctor who was fired after threatening to give Jewish people the wrong meds, graduated from Jewish affiliated medical school in New York. Laura Kalab was fired from her position as a supervised first year resident at the Cleveland Clinic after working there for just three months last year following the revelations of her hateful remarks on social media. She wrote May Allah take back that is to say end the lives of may take back the Jews. So a stop being forced to go to these unclean ones. The Jews are the unclean one sets the it's kind of the minister Farrakhan thing the dirty juicy. It's they're dirty. They're unclean. It's the journey juice. She wrote in one of the tweets says documented by cannery mission, an anti hate watchdog that exposes anti-semitism online. She wants wrote that Allah will kill the Jews and she wrote Allah. We'll take the Jews who exiled us from our country exodus from our country. I guess. That's that fake Palestine thing that you know, oh was called Palestine forever. And then they had to move not not really, not exactly. She also wrote haha do I purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds. She wrote that in a tweet those two thousand twelve but it it took years to catch up with her because just anti-semitism after I purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds. She said, but before her career began and medicine, she received her doctors of osteopathic medicine degree from touro college of osteopathic medicine, a New York City based Jewish college that prides itself on quitting from them. Now, they're they they say they are rooted in Jewish tradition built on Jewish values. I guess this one slipped through the torpedo net. They were being very open minded, they were inviting Laura in they they put out a statement, but Jewish college touro college is appalled by the antisemitic. Comments comments reportedly made by. Laura Kalab, a graduate of touro college of osteopathic medicine. The mission of touro college is to educate perpetuate at enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity. Well, apparently that didn't really take take. But that's okay. Because that is you think that's a story that CNN is done. Nah. I don't think. So. She's just another left anti-semites. Really? It's dog bites man as they say in the news business. I let's go to I wanna do some nanny Pelosi nanny Pelosi Steph nanny Pelosi, and we'll get we got Hank Johnson. And the Hitler thing. These these people really don't know a lot. Hang Johnson is a very stupid, man. He's a dumb, man. He's an ignorant man is foolish, man. He's a dishonest man he's a racist. And at and his democrat member of the house of representatives. And that's fine. Everybody's fine with all that is all those things. Everybody knows it. But everybody's fine with because is he's a black, man. And if you point out that Israel more on than Democrats, just call you a racist. And then you're done having a discussion. That's that's how things work with them. Doesn't really stopped me very much figures. They call everybody racists all the time in the word. Just sounds like Charlie Brown's teacher talking at this point coming from Democrats. But nevertheless, let's Nancy Pelosi. Appeared with her friends, savannah Guthrie on the today show, perhaps you've heard of it Matt Lauer used to work there if I'm not mistaken groping mic grope face lower with the button under his desk that locked the door to his office with the vibrating closet full of sex toys with the long history of cheating on his wife fed with and grabbing everybody at NBC and NBC covered it up for years and years and years, and you're they everybody knew it. They all knew about Mark Halperin rub himself all over NBC. You know, they're they're journalists that are keeping America safe for democracy defenders of the first amendment, not really they're really not they're not. But nanny Pelosi. I digress. Was on the today show with her pal savannah Guthrie and savannah Guthrie had some questions for her pal Nancy Pelosi, and she pushed she she. She didn't push. She gave a couple of questions. She offered a couple of questions that made sense that should have been asked which is unusual unto itself and. And but I want to give her credit for the questions that she asked where she started, however with the big government shutdown, and it's all Trump's fault. Everybody knows that. Because the Democrats never have to move their position is set. And they are as the Washington Post says today, they're they're not dug in and and intransigent they're not obstructionist. It says on the front page of the Washington Post Democrats stand fast on wall funds. They stand fest. That's good because they're they're they're, and that's the big little headline. Trump digs in as affects spread in region. Comma country. See the effects are on Trump not on not on Pelosi and the Democrats. Plus, the Democrats are noble for standing fast. They're standing fest. That's good. Whereas Trump digs in as the effects spread across the region in the country notice when the Democrats San fast, the effects were not spreading across the region in the country. See how that works. It's it's sometimes it's ham handed sometimes it's more subtle. They're corrupt nevertheless who who'd Damian Pauleta and Erica Verner type this up in the pages of Dr evils post on behalf of their party, the Democratic Party. They are handmaidens to the Democratic Party. You don't even have to get past the headline before you see the corruption. It stinks of corruption. So nanny Pelosi. Was asked about the shutdown. And of course, it's all trips while, but she will give not one penny nut one thing. Nothing. Shutdown.

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"touro college" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

13:51 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Happy. You know, in that that seed inner kitchen, the most uncomfortable person ever in around kitchen, she then disappears off camera for what seems like an extraordinarily long period of time to go get a beer apparently out on the porch and a cooler that's got far away eventually proves that she doesn't know how to drink beer out of a bottle. For her. Debbie, Harry should run for the Senate Pappa had high cheekbones. Pat Pau at high cheekbones saying more. You must be something. Like all of the Indians do. All of them. She's stereotyping. I don't approve. What's wrong with these people? For Pete's sake. Good morning and welcome. We are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five. That ferocious Lindsey Graham is on the war path again. He's riled up. The government shutdown continues its day thirteen nanny Pelosi did a friendly little softball fluffer interview with their pal savannah Guthrie at NBC who did and I will give credit where credit is due did ask two questions that should have been asked which is kind of unusual by itself. So we'll take baby steps. It's. She's the tallest midget in the room as they say when it comes to journalism in Washington. She asked two questions that were actually appropriate to the interview subject, even though the interview subject was nanny Pelosi Democrats. Nanny will apparently become the speaker of the house today. I think it's today. She's big day for an energy is going to get the big cartoon gavel again, and she's going to obstruct the course of government in the news media will say that she's on the side of the good guys. And President Trump is an obstructionist because he is not submitting to the will of the Democrats that is what is defined as compromise. And the Washington news media Republican comes around to the Democrats position. Then there a compromise has been reached anything short of that obstructionism by Republicans. Democrats never have to move. They've never got to move their positions that they don't have to compromise. They don't have to come over to the position of the president. That would be giving in you say that would be they'd be selling out there. Base. But if Republicans should suggest the same thing is true of them, then they're attacked for it. And that's that's what's going on news media, saying Chuck Schumer told the news media that President Trump said that if he gave into the Democrats position that he would quote, look foolish, and quote now if the Democrats give into the Trump position they too would quote, look foolish, and quote, but the news media doesn't really see it that way. Do they good to have the news media on your side because they're corrupt? And so are the Democrats on Capitol Hill. It's a hand in glove kind of situation there. Corruption is staggering staggering stunning. Extraordinary awful. We were talking about yet another democrat anti-semites yesterday, and they are many Democrats and anti-semitism go together like carrots and peas, they just they. They love each other. I talked about this woman from the Cleveland Clinic, which is like the mayo clinic, it's a very serious medical clinic and hospital in Cleveland, as you might imagine in which is in Ohio and case your nana's, Nancy Pelosi or something and you've only flown over. The woman who was working there doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic riches, very staticy, very very impressive very prestigious if you will or prestigious if you want to make it even more pretentious. She was doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic when it was discovered that she's a Muslim woman. She's very knew that there was discovered that she is a frothy anti-semites. And and that's okay. And the democrat circles now in case, you didn't know that's fine. But the Cleveland Clinic did fire her, and it turns out that the the place where she got her medical degree is a Jewish institution. And they're they're shocked. I say shocked to learn that they had educated a virulent anti Semite. But she's just a democrat in good standing a Cleveland doctor who was fired after threatening to give Jewish people the wrong meds, graduated from a Jewish affiliated medical school in New York. Laura Kalab was fired from her position as a supervised first year resident at the Cleveland Clinic after working there for just three months last year following the revelations of her hateful remarks on social media. She wrote may take back that is to say end the lives of may take back the Jews. So a stop being forced to go to these unclean ones. The Jews are the unclean. One said, it's kind of the minister Farrakhan thing the dirty juicy. It's they're dirty. They're on it's the dirty juice. She wrote in one of the tweets as documented by cannery mission and anti hate watchdog that exposes anti-semitism online. She wants wrote that Allah will kill the Jews. And she wrote LA we'll take the Jews who exiled us from our country exodus from our country. I guess. That's that fake Palestine thing that you know, that was called Palestine forever. And then they had to move not not really, not exactly. She also wrote haha. Ooh, I purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds. She wrote that in a tweet those two thousand twelve but it took years to catch up with their cats. Just anti-semitism after I purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds. She said before her career began and medicine, she received her doctors of osteopathic medicine degree from touro college of osteopathic medicine, a New York City based Jewish college that prides itself on quitting from them. Now, they're they say they are rooted in Jewish tradition built on Jewish values. I guess this one slipped through the torpedo net. They were being very open minded, they were inviting Laura in they put out a statement. But Jewish college. Touro? College is appalled by the antisemitic. Comments comments reportedly made by Lara Calub a graduate of touro college of osteopathic medicine. The mission of college is to educate perpetuate at enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity. Well, apparently that didn't really take I'd say, but that's okay. Because that is I think that's a story that CNN is done. Nah. I don't think. So. She's just another lefty anti anti-semites, really. It's dog bites man as they say in the news business. I let's go to I want to do some nanny Pelosi nanny Pelosi Steph nanny Pelosi, and we'll get we got Hank Johnson. And the Hitler thing. It these these people really don't know a lot Hank Johnson is a very stupid man is a dumb, man. He's an ignorant man is foolish, man. He's a dishonest man he's a racist. And at and is a democrat member of the house of representatives. And that's fine. Everybody's fine with all that is all those things. Everybody knows it. But everybody's fine with because he's a black, man. And if you point out that Israel more on than Democrats, just call you racist. And then you're done having a discussion. That's that's how things work with him. Done really stopped me very much because they call everybody racists all the time in the word. Just sounds like Charlie Brown's teacher talking at this point coming from Democrats. But nevertheless, let's Nancy Pelosi. Appeared with her friends, savannah Guthrie on the today show, perhaps you've heard of it Matt Lauer used to work there if I'm not mistaken groping mic group face lower with the button under his desk that locked the door to his office with the vibrating closet full of sex toys with the long history of cheating on his wife and grabbing everybody at NBC NBC covered it up for years and years and years, and you're they everybody knew it. They all knew about Mark Halperin rub himself all over NBC. You know, they're journalists. There are keeping America safe for democracy defenders of the first amendment, not really they're really not they're not but any policy. I digress. Was on the today show with her pal savannah Guthrie. Savannah Guthrie had some questions for her pal Nancy Pelosi, and she pushed she she. She didn't push. She gave a couple of questions. She offered a couple of questions that made sense that should have been asked which is unusual unto itself and. But I want to give her credit for the questions that she asked where we're. She started however with the big government shutdown, and it's all Trump's fault. Everybody knows that. Because the Democrats never have to move their position is set. And they are as the Washington Post says today, they're they're not dug in and and intransigent they're not obstructionist. It says on the front page of the Washington Post Democrats stand fast on wall funds. They stand fest. That's good because they're they're they're, and that's the big little headline Trump digs in as a fax spread in region, comma country. See the effects are on Trump not on not on Pelosi and the Democrats. Plus, the Democrats are noble for standing fast. They're standing fest. That's good. Whereas Trump digs in as the effects spread across the region in the country notice when the Democrats stand fest the effects were not spreading across the region in the country. See how that works. It's sometimes it's ham handed sometimes it's more subtle. They're corrupt nevertheless who who'd Damian Pauleta and Erica Verner type to this up in the pages of Dr evils post on behalf of their party, the Democratic Party. They are handmaidens to the Democratic Party. You don't even have to get past the headline before you see the corruption. It stinks of corruption. So nanny Pelosi was asked about the shutdown. And of course, it's all Trump's fault. But she will give not one penny. Nut one thing. Nothing. Shut down through an thrill, blah, blah, blah, property taken in his view. Proudly no interruptions ownership of it. You're not moving either that for him that doesn't mean we take any joy in the fact that there is a Trump shutdown government to open. Our government open as long as it's entirely on their terms one hundred percent on their terms, but won't you compromise? Nanny pelosi. You're just back from Hawaii from Hawaii. I think she wanted on a game show or something. She went to Hawaii the president's state at the White House. The president gets no credit for staying at the White House and nanny Pelosi gets no heat for going to Hawaii during the government shutdown. It's good to be a democrat because they're standing fast, whereas Trump digs in as the effects spread in region country. You know, how that goes nanny you? Well, surely, you're willing to compromise you're willing to give something the president's only the tiniest most miniscule percentage of the annual budget, savannah doesn't bring any of this stuff up. Push-ups? This. Are you willing to come up and give him some of this money for the wall? Because apparently, that's the sticking point. We're talking about border security. But that means. Back and forth. How many more? Nothing for the wall. Now, she's never obstructionists. She is never intransigence. She is never an obstacle to progress. She is never any of that. Because she's a democrat, and savannah Guthrie is a democrat, and they agree on everything all the time. And she's never going to push her on this and say, well, wait a minute again. If it's me I'm going to go on armed with the percentage of the budget. What a miniscule amount of money as well how they've spent ridiculous amounts of money on other things how they voted of spend more money than this years ago on border security, and and how this is really just about politics and the twenty twenty election, but savannah Guthrie does he go to any of those places because she's a handmaiden to the party you on the other hand, you know, we the American people we can go screw ourselves because they don't give a flying hoot about us or any of those. And how many times do you have to say it? You'll get nothing. New there'll be nothing. It will be not one penny. Not one dollar for the wall. Nothing. Nothing like it. That's right. Judge Smales is the head of the democrat party. You'll get nothing. I'll want a hamburger cheeseburger hot Doug.

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"touro college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Day thirteen nanny Pelosi did a friendly little softball fluffer interview with their pal savannah Guthrie at NBC who did and I will give credit where credit is due did ask two questions that should have been asked which is kind of unusual by itself. So we'll take baby steps. It's. She's the tallest midget in the room as they say when it comes to journalism in Washington. She asked two questions that were actually appropriate to the interview subject, even though the interview subject was nanny Pelosi at a democrat. Nanny will apparently become the speaker of the house today. I think it's today. She's big day for is going to get the big cartoon gavel again, and she's going to bed. Obstruct the chorus of government in the news media will say that she's on the side of the good guys. And President Trump is an obstructionist because he is not submitting to the will of the Democrats that is what is defined as compromise. And the Washington news media Republican comes around to the Democrats position. Then a compromise has been reached anything short of that obstructionism by Republicans. Democrats never have to move. They've never got to move their positions that they don't have to compromise. They don't have to come over to the position of the president. That would be giving in you say that would be they'd be selling out their base, but if Republicans should suggest the same thing is true of them, then they're attacked. And that's that's what's going on. The news media saying Chuck Schumer told the news media that President Trump said. Gave into the Democrats position that he would quote, look foolish, and quote now if the Democrats give in to the Trump position they too would look foolish end quote. But the news media doesn't really see it that way. Do they it's good to have the news media on your side because they're corrupt? And so are the Democrats on Capitol Hill. It's a hand in glove kind of situation. The corruption is staggering staggering stunning. Extraordinary awful. We were talking about yet another democrat anti-semites yesterday, and they are many the Democrats and anti-semitism go together like carrots and peace. They just they. They love each other. I talked about this woman from the Cleveland Clinic, which is like the mayo clinic, it's a very serious medical clinic and hospital and Cleveland as you might imagine in which is in Ohio and case your Nancy Nancy Pelosi or something and you've only flown over. The woman who was working there in doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic riches, very staticy, very very impressive very prestigious if you will or prestigious if you want to make it even more pretentious. He was doing her residency at the Cleveland Clinic when it was discovered that she's a Muslim woman. She's very knew that there was discovered that she is a frothy anti Semite. And and that's okay. And the democrat circles now in case, you didn't know that's fine. But the Cleveland Clinic did fire her, and it turns out that the the place where she got her medical degree is a Jewish institution. And they're they're shocked. I say shocked to learn that they had educated a virulent anti Semite. But she's just a democrat in good standing a Cleveland doctor who was fired after threatening to give Jewish people the wrong meds, graduated from a Jewish affiliated medical school in New York. Laura Kalab was fired from her position as a supervised first year resident at the Cleveland Clinic after working there for just three months last year following the revelations of her hateful remarks on social media. She wrote may take back that is to say end the lives of may take back the Jews. So a stop being forced to go to these unclean ones. The Jews are the unclean ones sets the it's kind of the minister Farrakhan thing the dirty Jews. See it's their dirty. They're unclean. It's the dirty Jews. She wrote in one of the tweets as documented by cannery mission, an anti hate watchdog that exposes anti-semitism online. She wants wrote that Allah will kill the Jews and she wrote Allah. We'll take the Jews who exiled us from our country. Exodus from our country. I guess that's that that fake Palestine thing that you know, that always called Palestine forever. And then they had to move not not really, not exactly. She also wrote haha I purposely give all the Jews the wrong meds. She wrote that in a tweet those two thousand twelve but it it took years to catch up with her just anti-semitism after I purposely, give all the Jews the wrong meds. She said, but before her her career began and medicine, she received her doctors of osteopathic medicine degree from touro college of osteopathic medicine, a New York City based Jewish college that prides itself on quitting from them. Now, they're they they say they are rooted in Jewish tradition built on Jewish values. I guess this one slipped through the torpedo net. They were being very open minded, they were inviting Laura in they put out a statement for Jewish college. Touro college colleges appalled by the antisemitic. Comments comments reportedly made by Lara Calub. A graduate of touro college of osteopathic medicine. The mission of college is to educate perpetuate at enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity. Well, apparently that didn't really take take. But that's okay. Because that is I think that's a story that CNN is done. Nah. I don't think. So. She's just another lefty anti anti-semites, really. It's dog bites man as they say in the news business. Let's go to I wanna do some nanny Pelosi. Nanny Pelosi stuff. Nanny Pelosi and we'll get Hank Johnson. And the Hitler thing. These these people really don't know a lot. Hang Johnson is a very stupid man is a dumb, man. He's an ignorant man is foolish, man. He's a dishonest man he's a racist. And at and is democrat member of the house of representatives. And that's fine. Everybody's fine with all that is all those things. Everybody knows it. But everybody's fine with because is these a black, man? And if you point out that Israel more on than Democrats, just call you racist. And then you're done having a discussion. That's that's how things work with him done really stopped me very much because they call everybody racists all the time in the word. Just sounds like Charlie Brown's teacher talking at this point coming from Democrats. But nevertheless, let's Nancy Pelosi appeared with her friends savannah Guthrie on the today show, perhaps you've heard of it Matt Lauer used to work there if I'm not mistaken. Groping mic grope face lower with the button under his desk that locked the door to his office with the vibrating closet full of sex toys. The long history of cheating on his wife fed and grabbing everybody at NBC NBC covered it up for years and years and years, and you're they everybody knew it. They all knew about it. Mark Halperin rub himself all over NBC. You know, they're they're journalists that are keeping America safe for democracy defenders of the first amendment, not really they're really not they're not but any policy. I digress. Was on the today show with her pal savannah Guthrie. Savannah Guthrie had some questions for her pal. Nancy Pelosi, and she pushed she she. She didn't push. She gave a couple of questions. She offered a couple of questions that made sense that should have been asked which is unusual unto itself. And and, but I want to give her credit for the questions that she asked where she started, however with the big government shutdown, and it's all Trump's fault. Everybody knows that because the Democrats never have to move their position is set. And they are as the Washington Post says today, they're they're not dug in and and intransigent they're not obstructionist. It says on the front page of the Washington Post Democrats stand fast on wall funds. They stand fest. That's good because they're they're they're, and that's the big little headline. Trump digs in as facts spread in region, comma country, see the effects are on Trump not on not on Pelosi and the Democrats plus in the Democrats are noble for standing fast. They're standing fest. That's good. Whereas Trump digs in as the effects spread across the region in the country notice when the Democrats stand fast the effects were not spreading across the region in the country. See how that works. It's sometimes it's ham handed sometimes it's more subtle. They're corrupt nevertheless who who'd Damian Pauleta and Erica Verner type to this up in the pages of Dr evils post on behalf of their party, the Democratic Party. They are handmaidens to the Democratic Party. You don't even have to get past the headline before you see the corruption. It stinks of corruption. So nanny Pelosi. Was asked about the shutdown. And of course, it's all Trump's fault. But she will give not one penny. Nut one thing. Nothing. Shutdown..

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"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Seven hundreds of thousands of federal employees are working without pay. Others are furloughed. There's been no sign of movement in the budget impasse between the White House and congress over President Trump's demand for money for a border wall in New York. Con Edison says it wasn't exploding transformer at its electrical plant in queens, the caused power outages and delayed flights at LaGuardia Airport last night state Senator Michael generis says the explosion turned the sky blue and then green it was freaky. It was like independence day movie where you just look up a weird blue collar that you haven't seen the clouds in the sky. No, injuries were reported officials in South Korea say they're investigating after hackers made off with the personal information of nearly a thousand North Korean defectors. NPR's? Anthony Kyun says the data breach occurred about a month ago, the hackers breached at least one computer at a resettlement center for defectors and made off with the names birthdates and addresses of nine hundred ninety seven defectors that sensitive information, some defectors live in the south under assumed names, partly because the friends and family they left behind risk harsh punishment soul has accused North Korea of carrying out previous cyber attacks on South Korean businesses and government websites. This is NPR news from Washington, and this is WNYC in New York. And we have an update from the utility now says a massive electrical malfunction at the story of facility caused that bright blue light in the sky last night. It happened around nine the energy company says a quick did not shut down as expected instead. Allowing one hundred thirty eight thousand volts to hit the ground a spokesperson compared the incident to a lightning strike, the utility had earlier blamed as we just heard from NPR a transformer fire. The brief. Transmission dip, created some scattered outages in the area. No injuries were reported. Kristen Lazaridis says she heard allow pop near her apartment along the East River, we have dogs and the blue sky just lit up blue. And there was a really loud, vibration, humming. And our dogs went ballistic con Ed says it's still investigating the cause of the incident. The disaster law clinic at touro college on Long Island is shutting down the clinic provided free legal help for hurricane victims initially here after sandy but also in Houston and in Puerto Rico after Maria W H us Charles lane reports the clinic had hoped to become a permanent national legal resource, but it wasn't able to find the funding. Thomas malignant is director of Torres public advocacy centre. He says it provided an important lesson after sandy, and how complicated disaster recovery was those fraud botched claims arcane rules clawbacks an endless paperwork. No one truly understand. How? How long it takes to fund his Astra leaf? He says the clinic represented nearly eighteen hundred households and recovered over four million dollars to lawsuits in case reviews clinic will shut down December thirty first governor Cuomo is defending the decision he made years ago to strip certain oversight powers from the state controller critics of the governor's twenty twelve decision argued that if the controller's office still have the authority to pre audit contracts, it might have flagged potential conflicts of interest and save millions of dollars. But the governor says he prefers random investigations by the attorney general preordained function never was proven to be effective at finding flawed in audit doesn't do that. And investigation does that spoke on W AMC yesterday, two of the governor's former aides Joseph per CoCo, and Elaine Caleros have been convicted of crimes related to corruption and rigging bids on state contracts. Do expect rain in New York City today. With a high near fifty seven degrees. Chance of showers tonight. Then it clears up by tomorrow, it'll be mostly sunny with temperatures will fall tomorrow around forty six..

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"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In the field of mental health as we look at yet, another mass shooting take place. I don't think you can avoid having a very serious discussion about how we deal with mental health in this country. And there's nobody better to do it than Dr Jeffrey guard. He's an assistant professor and course, director of behavioral medicine at touro college here in New York City, author of four books and a contributing author of a half dozen books as well, Dr Guardia thanks so much for coming on the radio with us this morning. Franken. So I hate you deal with such a sad subject on Friday morning. Really if ever there was a time that there's a need to address it. It's this one. Let's talk about what we know about the situation. In in California, a dozen people killed the shooter and marine veteran only twenty eight years old a lot of friends and family said that he may have been dealing with severe PTSD issues. Apparently, he had a pretty good record in the Marine Corps. Now, there are a dozen people that are dead. It seems like we're seeing more and more incidents like this. Why is that the case? Well, let's let's be really honest here. And and certainly not to get political when you're dealing with individuals who are not getting the treatment. For some very severe mental health issues. And then of course, that ongoing discussion of guns that is a mixture. I know we don't really wanna go down. It's too soon to go there for some people. But, but that's a that's a real issue. So it's not just about working with mental illness and making sure that we have a safety net. But it's also making sure that guns are in the hands of people who are qualified to have guns, and the other thing that I think is important to point out is that in our system in our mental health system, if someone is disturbed unless they have a mental disturbance you. Can't hold them involuntarily. This guy had a what we call a fifty to fifty to him the possibility of a seventy two hour, hold when they? They visited his home in April due to a mental disturbance, but the person will value weighted him did not be applicable at that time for that seventy two hour hold. And so we don't know whether that was proper or not it's easy to armchair quarterback. But this is something that will really need to look at for future cases who does actually belong in that kind of a category and forced to get mental health treatment. And sometimes people do need to be forced to get it. Well, so this is so interesting. So after this incident that he had in which a neighbor had called to report loud noises at the shooter's house and law enforcement did come to investigate. And then apparently a mental health professional did valuate him and determined that. He was not dangerous. So they didn't commit him. That's pretty I would say. Looking looking what the fifty to fifty years? This is where you can be involuntarily committed seventy two hour. Hold for psychiatric observation if you're a danger to yourself a danger to others or gravely or gravely disabled or have a severe mental illness. And so perhaps he didn't fit any of those categories. What I'm being told came out of it. Was that there was a diagnosis or discovery of the diagnosis had been made a post traumatic stress disorder. We all know what that is. And we see a lot about veterans to come back with that. But they felt that that PTSD was not enough at that point to have him hospitalized. So I mean when you began the conversation by saying we need to make sure the people are just tuning in. We're talking with America's psychologist Dr Jeffrey guard here, we need to make sure that guns are in the hands of people that are qualified to use them. I mean, if you look on paper, this guy was as well qualified as can be I mean, he spent years in the Marine Corps and was a machine gunner. He was a decorated marine. I I mean, I especially after a mental health professional says he's not a danger to himself or anyone else. I mean, what could we what could have been done here? Well, that's the thing. Right. There is that gray area and on paper, perhaps he was qualified, but because of his PTSD or severe mental illness that may be something else going on more than just the PTSD. I suspect perhaps a severe depression perhaps in encroaching psychosis that was going on where he had a break from reality. Maybe became delusional. It's hard to know at this point. We have to get that information from his mother and possibly from his ex wife those closest to him, but you know, at that point it no longer makes you qualified to be able to have a gun. I the I think the purpose of what many people are trying to do is to make sure that if you are not mentally stable, or perhaps there is some sort of a criminal history that you not be allowed to have guns. So this is not about picking. Guns away from Americans are encroaching on the second amendment. It's to make sure that people who have guns are seen enough or have the character to keep them in their homes at this point from what we know possibly this person became so psychiatric ill. He shouldn't have had one. Now, he did go out and purchase. I believe a Glock and purchased it legally, I don't know whether there was something in his mental history at that point that was documented that would keep that from happening. And why if you have a theory, why do we see so many mass shootings these days twenty five thirty years ago? It seems like shootings like this were the exception increasingly it becomes that. They happen. All the time. Now. It's you know, I again, you, you know, you know, my politics, even but I don't wanna get into politics. I'm I'm a sense and sensibility guy, I think we have to look at how do all of us in society work towards getting that safety net. So that people who have mental health issues are actually being treated again this issue with guns that they're properly placed in homes where people are qualified or mentally stable and have the character our legal characters if nothing else to be able to have access, but I think why this is happening more and more is becoming more of an isolated society. It's incredible. And it's so positive that we have the internet, and we have all these technological advances. But we are becoming. Much more isolated in individual lives and sometimes people just retreat into their homes that can become their own universe. And therefore, there's not that exposure to other people who can suspect or at least see that. There's something going on and urged someone to get help. That's what it is people falling into the cracks, my friend. We just don't see them. My final question. Dr gardenia, I said earlier that one of the saddest aspects of this whole story to me is this person who survived the Las Vegas shooting at Mandalay bay. And then happened to go to this bar and get killed in another mass shooting. Now, I can't imagine surviving one mass shooting only to walk into another not as a serviceman not as a police officer just as a guy that just going to a concert one night and then going to a bar the next. I mean, describe for us what the other survivors of mass shootings, generally go through what are they in store for if you were in that bar, and you saw a friend murdered in front of you or heard these gunshots. And we spoke with one of the eye witnesses yesterday. What is that due to the mental health potentially of those folks? Well, Frank, first of all, he's absolutely right people going to the border line, which was this place. Some of those people were at the Mandalay bay shootings, and therefore that became a place for them to heal. So those people may be shattered, but hopefully with the proper treatment mental health treatment, they can become more than just survivors. They can become eventually victors and help other people are there's a community out there of people who are part of that first shooting, and now perhaps we part of the second become, you know, support for one another. So that's needed. But directly to your question. I think what we're going to see is mass PTSD post traumatic stress disorder. These people are in shock right now. Their minds are shattered as to what they have seen. Gene depressed anxious grieving very afraid to go out clinging to their family. And that's what family needs to be supporting them. And of course, they all need to get treatment are to look at how to minimize the PTSD quicker. They get the treatment. The better off the prognosis will be so a lot of nightmares and intrusive thoughts and memories that will not stop over the years, and it will affect their relationships and how they interact with others because of that lack of trust lack of safety in being in the world. Dr are always a pleasure. I have a whole bunch of other areas that I'd love to explore with you. I hope we can talk again soon. Absolutely. Thank thank you for always. You're very intelligent conversations on these very sensitive issues. We really do appreciate thank you mental health weekend. And we will talk soon Dr Jeffrey garden, if you want to comment on any portion of our discussion you welcome to give me a call eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine coming up where it's up with Franco Roscoe who is the chairman of a terrific program in New Jersey called mission of honor going into Veterans Day this weekend. I can't think of something that I'd rather talk about this is the Joe Piscopo show. I'm Frank Murray. I don't hear is out of the Tula. With the news opinion,.

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"touro college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"touro college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Have a very specific view of the relationship between government and individual people on the political left to have a very different view. I would argue that the view that I hold Hughes to the constitution people on the political left. Don't seem bound by that particular restriction. And for somebody who is a capitalist to say, I'm a democrat when the party is specifically anti-capitalist and pro-socialist again, I would suggest that you're the wrong party. No matter you don't have to come over be Republican. But for heaven's sakes. The democrat party could not be more anti-capitalist, then renamed themselves the anti capitalist party. There anti-family their anti faith their anti-capitalist, they routinely disrespect those things that in my view are the foundational elements of this nation. And they do it out of spite, and they require an endorsement of their point of view, rather than simply accepting that there can be honest disagreements on those issues. And again on that one issue I like paying more taxes because I want to help people. Well, then do so you only the government for that. You want to help people step up? Write a check get involved church going guy. Get involved in America, Red Cross or Salvation Army American Cancer Society drive people from from home to get their cancer treatments and back because to drive home afterwards there a million ways to actually step up if you want to do that. But to me, it's a lame excuse to say, no, I'll just write a check and the government can do it. I just think that's first of all there's no where the constitution that says that we should be doing that. Nowhere. And we didn't use to do this until probably FDR. Maybe it could've started maybe under Woodrow Wilson. But no later than FDR the idea that the government should be taken care of people know, that's what charitable organizations are for. And if they're not doing the job than we have to hold them accountable. But it's hard to hold them accountable. When the government gets gets the Succoth the hot tip. And then you have basically everybody else getting the team, you know. There's no money left for people to do this because much taking it all. Enough protesters Jim and joins us next on talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Good morning. I'm well two things. I wanna talk about number one. I was just over the story or in town and last week. And I heard these two women with three couple three year old kids using profanity like, you wouldn't believe. And I said, gee whiz. We got this new low this low in this country because he got profanity around three three and four year old kids. Hey would just really bothered me to no no second thing is Doug on signs, basically, the political science all of them are in the black community, dump Trump, and I'm a bit fed up with it. I know someone get rid of those things I just never gave just burned my. But because he he's doing all things world for the black community, and they're putting the signs up like dump Trump. It's sick. Well, look, people are willing and able to have their own political point of view. What's interesting though? And what should be heartening to you is that the number of individuals in the black community who are no longer reflexively democrat is growing those troops. And I think that's heartening because they realize that, gee, these this policy actually works the black on employment rate is lower than it ever has been historically ever. Apparently hasn't gotten too. Well, not to those folks. But that's fine. You know, it gets to folks eventually, and there are people who are never going to like Trump just as just as there are people who were never like FDR never liked Reagan never liked Kennedy. Those folks are they're they're unconvertable. You're not gonna be able to change their point. I agree with that. Yeah. We got my wife knows a couple of people like that. Yeah. It is part of human nature. I I don't think very highly of Lyndon Baines Johnson. So I think he was corrupt. And I think that he cost an awful lot of American lives unnecessarily in Vietnam. But we all have our little Burr under a saddle. And folks, no matter what Trump does they're gonna find that. He did it wrong. And that's just the nature of the beast people on social media with me that I know every casually who will look for anything that Trump says or does that they can decide is the cause of the day. The reason they need to hate him. Yeah. Well, you got two hundred eighty nine successes, and I I don't people don't look at that. No. Well, some do Jim. Thanks for your call. Appreciate it. For one zero WCBS eighty Mike is a Nottingham. Good morning. Mike. Bruce, bruce. I wanted to talk about Elizabeth Warren. Breitbart news says. A test is accurate. Still make no claim authorship in Cherokee tribe. The eastern Cherokee Indian has a minimum of crystals of one six cross them, unquote. And the United key to ban threshold is one quarter blood quantum the Cherokee nation does not have any minimum threshold for ancestry for membership. It does require that an individual cloak provide. Documents that connect you to direct ancestor listed on one of the final rose of citizen of the Cherokee nation, unquote. The dogs will not include any of ancestor. It says the front page headline which warrant shared on social media to declare victory for her for her quote warrant reveal tests confirming ancestry and close without accounting for these caveat. Well, look, I don't know what percentage of her is native American, according to this particular DNA test. I have no idea. It's it's zero point one two three point one percent. Well, gee. It's hardly convincing. Look, if if this what she wants to hang our hat on I kind of think she's irrelevant. She is kind of Mr. opportunity to be on a national ticket would be my would be. I bet that other individuals have come along have kind of bypassed her. So I I view her as is kind of irrelevant in particularly a minority voice in the Senate. I don't want to give her too much exposure. Because I just she bores me. That's all I can tell you know. My thanks for your call. Appreciate it a Sandy's Severin Santa good morning. And thank you so much for calling. Sandy, sandy could not hang on. I'll let's go to earth. Herve? How are you? I just wanted to real quick. I say I explained people to. Touro college like this especially for people that are in sports, if you've got nine innings, and you know, and that nine innings that you have to score every you have to score a run in at least one running every inning. And you're you're playing a team that scores in forty innings. They they outscore you by twenty points, but you score in every single inning. And they don't you still win because you scored and everything winning play by the rules. Even though they or more points than you the rules. Are you have to score in every inning or swore in innings and the other than the other team? That's how you win you were more more in every inning. And that's what Trump fit he scored more points. And then the other team did, and he, and that's why he wanted, but most people don't understand the electoral college is there for a reason it's so that big states don't overrun little states without the electoral college without the electoral college. We would no longer have a president elected from. Anywhere other than New York, California in Chicago. I mean, that's all that's all you need. And those three cities would do it. I mean, the the entire bulge. I think you can see in the number of excess votes from California, many of whom I suspect we're not here legally or you can see in New York state, and I use baseball knowledgeable slightly different one look at the World Series team. A and team b team a wins of four of the seven games that goes the full seven games. Right. They win for the seven. They won the World Series. The other team says wait a minute now over the seven games we scored forty seven runs and you only score thirty two thus we win. No. It's not the game the game. I mean, we understand what the rules of the game. Are Hillary Clinton knew what the rules of the game? Are it should be noted by the way, they're husband never wanted majority of the vote at the presidential level. But apparently that didn't make him an illegitimate government president rather he got forty three forty eight and a half percent. I think the two elections. Thanks. I appreciate the call four one zero w CD-roms six eighty Richardson Baltimore County, which good morning and thanks for hanging on. Hey, I just wanted to put something out there. For all the Democrats. I think that the tax break was long. I think we should put a box on the new tax forms that allow them to give back. Sure, and maybe alive, maybe they can donate Judy legal fund this for funds for legal services or something. What was she? That's one of the differences is the presumption of the left is it's not that not that they want just their taxes to go up then want to compel you to have your taxes. Go up. Right. I don't know. What I gentlemen pays twenty twenty five percent. But I think I pay around thirty five percent thirty three percents. But again, just federal you take a look at some states and residents of New York, for example, California by the time, you add in all the taxes and all the various levels that these individuals are paying they're paying more than half their salary to the government. This. This makes sense to anybody. I mean speech you're supposed to tithe ten percent of the church. Now, you're supposed to tie more than fifty percent to the government at any level. Come on. Listen willing to take the money. They love the money. We're sure they love the money. You always bigger check. If you want. Thanks rich for one zero WCBS six eighty this is the Bruce Elliott show. Something is not a big jokes. And here he is again, he of the perfect hair and great skin tone our internet. Guru neither nanjiani..

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