Nov 15, 2018 7-9PM ET
Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Hour 1 – Sacred Fire of Liberty!
It’s that time of the week where we get to explore the political healing that this country needs so desperately! Jonathan Emord is back to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:
Judge postpones decision in CNN lawsuit over Jim Acosta’s press pass Lawyers for CNN and the Trump administration are awaiting an initial ruling on the network’s federal lawsuit over press access to the White House. And they’re going to have to wait a little while longer. Judge Timothy J. Kelly heard nearly two hours of oral arguments about CNN’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction on Wednesday. Then he said court would reconvene Thursday at 3 p.m. But on Thursday afternoon, he rescheduled the next hearing for Friday at 10 a.m. If Kelly grants CNN’s requests on Friday, CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta would get his press pass back for a short period of time. If it’s denied, Acosta’s pass will remain suspended.
Comment of The Day!
I’ve been a regular viewer of Presidential News Conferences over the years and they might also be thought of as The Jim Acosta Shows. With about 100 reporters in the room why is it that CNN’s Acosta always seems to think he can ask three questions with follow-ups? Far worse than that though is the fact that Acosta is unbelievably rude, arrogant, loud and often gives his opinions. The job of a White House reporter is to question the President, not to express their personal opinions.
All White House reporters are guests at the Presidents House and as such they should act like a guest as they are speaking to the Leader Of The Free World and the Commander In Chief of our military forces. Have respect for the office of the President at the very least. Yes, you can ask a tough and challenging question, but then sit down and shut up and let the next reporter have their turn. Thankfully the majority of the reporters there do act in a professional and civilized manner.
Can you imagine if any American person were to speak to their supervisor at work in a similar manner as Acosta does to the President? They might expect to find themselves in the unemployment line the following week. Acosta justly deserves to have his White House pass taken and it’s long overdue.
U.S. TROOPS FORTIFY CALIFORNIA BORDER AS HUNDREDS OF CARAVAN MIGRANTS REACH CROSSING Hundreds of Central American migrants making their way through Mexico towards the U.S. have reportedly reached Tijuana, which shares a border with San Diego, California. The group is comprised of around 400 people, according to the BBC, including a group of around 80 LGBT migrants that Newsweek reported earlier this week had split with a larger caravan in Mexico City after allegedly facing discrimination from its members. The LGBT members had planned to stay in Tijuana for several days before making their asylum claims at the border, staying in lodgings that Anabel Casillas, a spokesperson for Airbnb Mexico told Newsweek were booked through the online rental platform.
Pelosi Unfazed as Unhappy Dems Claim Votes to Block Her Rise As a steadfast Rep. Nancy Pelosi all but dared potential rivals for the gavel to come forward, a group of restive House Democrats vowed Wednesday to produce enough votes to block her from becoming the House’s new speaker. For two days now, disgruntled Democrats have claimed they have 17 names on a letter opposing Pelosi’s leadership, promising to air the document soon. They say those signing on are pledging to vote against the Californian when the full chamber elects the next speaker on Jan. 3. Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., confirmed the letter Tuesday, and an aide to an organizer of the effort said it stood at 17 names as of Wednesday. The aide was not authorized to discuss the letter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. Pelosi, asked by a reporter about her message to rebellious colleagues, challenged them to put forward an alternate candidate for speaker. “Come on in, the water’s warm,” she said.
Federal judge blasts Florida for bungled election: ‘Laughingstock of the world’ A federal judge in Florida handling election-related lawsuits blasted the state Thursday for botching another vote. “We have been the laughing stock of the world, election after election, and we chose not to fix this,” U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said in court, where he is at the center of the legal battle over the election recount. He later refused to extend a looming 3 p.m. deadline to finish the recount, rejecting a request from incumbent Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson to give counties more time. Judge Walker slammed state legislators and Palm Beach County officials for not being ready for a recount, with election officials expected to miss a Thursday deadline for completion. Florida has had plenty of time to fix its elections since the mess of the 2000 presidential showdown between George Bush and Al Gore, said Judge Walker.
Mass HPV Vaccination Plan for the U.S. The American Cancer Society (ACS) has set an aggressive goal to achieve an 80 percent uptake rate among American children with two doses human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine by 2026. To gain that coverage, 14 million more preteen children would need to complete the two-dose series, for a total of 57.62 million doses above and beyond the number of vaccinations given to date. HPV vaccine is one of the most expensive vaccines on the CDC recommended childhood vaccine schedule, costing a pricey $168 to $204 per dose, with Merck being the sole producer of HPV vaccine (Gardasil) in the U.S. The rationale ACS has given for setting the 80 percent HPV vaccine coverage goal is based on the number of reported cancers and cancer deaths associated with chronic HPV infection in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that about 42,700 (24,400 in women and 18,300 in men) are diagnosed with an HPV-related cancer annually. HPV is believed to be responsible for 63 to 91 percent of cervical, anal, vaginal, oropharyngeal, vulvar and penile cancers. According to the CDC, invasive cancers are not generally tested for the presence of HPV in most cancer registries, so data are estimated based on the finding of HPV DNA in special studies used a reference for reference for making estimates.
The Vaccine Wars: How Most Pediatricians Now Represent Big Pharma Instead of Their Patients I remember when I took my first-born baby to the pediatrician for his first checkup 40 years ago. Like most young Moms, I looked up to my pediatrician and completely trusted him. I did everything he told me to do, never questioning his expertise or doubting him, believing that he would never recommend or do anything that would put my baby in harm’s way. Much has changed since 1978. Back then infants and children were getting half as many vaccines as they do today. Parents had no information at all about vaccine risks and failures. We just followed the doctor’s orders. Today, the subject of vaccination is the most often discussed health topic in America. Not a day goes by without mothers and fathers being reminded that the health of the nation depends upon making sure their children get every one of the 69 doses of 16 CDC recommended vaccines exactly on schedule.
Treat celiac disease naturally with homeopathy Celiac disease is technically considered to be untreatable. Patients suffering from this autoimmune disease must avoid consuming gluten, which triggers these symptoms. A study from India suggests that homeopathic remedies could indirectly treat this disease by strengthening the immune system. Celiac disease is a disorder of the small intestine that develops in genetically predisposed people. Gluten, its trigger, is a common protein found in many staple foods like barley, wheat, and rye. Symptoms include gastrointestinal problems, lack of important nutrients like iron and folate, severe skin rash, musculoskeletal issues, poor growth in children, neurological disorders, and infertility. Associated diseases include Type 1 diabetes mellitus and thyroid disease; the risk for these autoimmune diseases is higher in patients with celiac disease.
Question of The Day!
I have heard that dental work, such as crowns,root canals, removal of teeth are causing breast cancer, heart attacks. And this book is talking about it all. Hidden Epicdemic, by Thomas Levy, MD, JD. Silent Oral Infections cause most heart attacks and breast cancer.
In looking into this it’s extremely costly to have dental work changed and there are not many places that you can even go to to get help.
Can you help me with this? Really concerned about it.
Draft EPA study finds newer nonstick compound may be harmful Long-term exposure to a chemical compound currently used for making nonstick coatings appears to be dangerous, even in minute amounts, according to draft findings released Wednesday by the Environmental Protection Agency. It was the first time EPA weighed in on newer, supposedly safer versions of an increasingly scrutinized family of stick- and stain-resistant compounds. Older versions of the compound are turning up in dangerous levels in drinking water supplies around the country. Drinking water contamination has been the main concern cited by public health officials and regulators in connection with the compounds, perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalyl substances, or PFAS. The EPA findings said animal studies show the so-called GenX nonstick compound has the potential of affecting the kidneys, blood, immune system, liver and developing fetuses following oral exposure. “The data are suggestive of cancer,” the draft report said. “Toxicity is only one piece of information that public officials consider when determining whether there is a risk to public health,” the report said. “Other factors, such as exposure, must also be considered.”
New Zealand launches balls checking booth for testicular cancer Ever thought of getting a health check but worried about having to, well, drop your pants? Meet the Testimatic. That’s a booth to allow New Zealand men to have their testicles checked without having to face a doctor. Testicular cancer is the number one cancer in young men in Western nations and the booth is being rolled out with fanfare at a big expo in Auckland. How does it work? Into the booth, down with the pants and a doctor will check you anonymously through a little hole. The booth is set up at this weekend’s Big Boys Toys expo, a huge exhibition catering to all things men stereotypically are supposed to be into. So that’s stuff like cars, gadgets, action sports, barbeque or construction machinery. Strolling between all those markers of perceived old school masculinity, you’ll run in the Testimatic, labelled as “the world’s first auto ball checker”.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
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