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President Biden has tapped two new federal monkeypox responders -- the CDC's Dr. Demetre Daskalakis and FEMA's Robert Fenton -- and we hear from them today on the latest inside plans to combat this growing epidemic. Andy asks Robert when the U.S. will have enough vaccines to protect the entire high-risk group and gets advice from Demetre on whether sexually active teens and college students should get the shot. Plus, Andy addresses Alex Berenson's return to Twitter. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt. Follow Dr. Demetre Daskalakis and Robert Fenton on Twitter @dr_demetre and @BobatFEMA. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Support the show by checking out our sponsors! Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/ Check out these resources from today's episode: Read the latest information and medical guidance from the CDC about Monkeypox: https://www.cdc.gov/poxvirus/monkeypox/index.html Find vaccines, masks, testing, treatments, and other resources in your community: https://www.covid.gov/ Order Andy's book, “Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response”: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165 Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com/show/inthebubble.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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From floods in Kentucky to fires in California to hurricanes in Texas, there's never a shortage of natural disasters wreaking havoc on our country. Over the past 42 years, the US government has spent $2.2 trillion in total to support the relief efforts of natural disasters. However, due to the economic toll that disasters take on the regions affected, that amount is likely far too little. And rather than just spending in response to weather-related events that have already happened, there is a more focused effort on proactive spending, to ensure power and resources are available in the case of a future disaster. In May, the White House issued a statement that it could spend an additional $25 billion to $128 billion each year on Federally-funded relief efforts that would minimize the disruption to the population and the economy. Anyone who's been through a FEMA-declared disaster area knows how serious these problems can be. There needs to be support for the companies who are there to help. Yet interestingly, there has never been a way to invest in a basket of these disaster-relief companies. Shouldn't there be a fund that supports these businesses? Now, there is. In today's 7investing podcast, 7investing CEO Simon Erickson chats with Andrew Chanin, the co-founder and CEO of Procure Asset Management. Procure AM has created the Disaster Recovery Strategy ETF. With ticker "FEMA", it is the world's first disaster-relief themed ETF. In the conversation, Andrew describes what led him to create the fund and how it is different than existing climate change funds. He looks for companies under contract with government organizations. Publicly-traded companies mentioned in this interview include Clean Harbors, Generac Holdings, Home Depot, Lowe's, Maxar and Tetra Tech. 7investing's advisors or its guests may have positions in the companies mentioned. Welcome to 7investing. We are here to empower you to invest in your future! We publish our 7 best ideas in the stock market to our subscribers for just $49 per month or $399 per year. Start your journey toward's financial independence: https://www.7investing.com/subscribe Stop by our website to level-up your investing education: https://www.7investing.com Join the 7investing Community Forum: https://discord.gg/6YvazDf9sw Follow us: ► https://www.facebook.com/7investing ► https://twitter.com/7investing ► https://instagram.com/7investing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/7investing/message
This week on Mailin' It, we are joined by Mike Swigart the Postal Service's Executive Director for Continuity and Preparedness, to discuss the vital role the Postal Service plays in emergency response. We'll talk about how the Postal Service supports FEMA and other larger government disaster relief efforts. We'll also dive into the types of emergencies the Postal Service responds to and the guidelines used to train personnel regularly.
You Already Know Flipping Land Works So Let's Talk about the Right Way to Do It (LA 1828) Transcript: Steven Jack Butala: Steven and Jill here. Jill K DeWit: Hi. Steven Jack Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill K DeWit: And I'm Jill Dewit, broadcasting from the valley of the sun. Steven Jack Butala: Today, Jill and I talk about how you already know flipping land works. So, let's actually really talk about the right way to do it. Jill K DeWit: I have something to say. I'm going to share more about this in a minute. I was on a clubhouse chat today, I was just a fly on the wall listening. There were like 130 people in there, and it's people talking about wholesaling houses. And I've never heard people work so hard. I'm going to share more about the conversation. But I was just like, here's the deal I would've busted in and said and dropped a little nugget like there's an easier way to do this, and there's a lot less work. Because what we do with land works for houses, but I didn't have half hour because every time I've done this, it results in who are you and what are you talking about? And how do we do this? And it needs a half hour and I didn't have enough hour. So, that's why I didn't go there. But I will share more in a minute. Steven Jack Butala: Similarly, there has never been more bad advice on the internet about buying and selling land than there is now. Jill K DeWit: That's really funny. Steven Jack Butala: But we're going to dispel all the bad stuff here in the next half hour. Before we get into it let's take a question put by one of our land investors on our online community called landinvestors.com it's free and Jill has some stuff to say ParcelFact. Jill K DeWit: So, I wanted to tell you today's the day in case you didn't notice when you log into NeighborScoop, it's going to look like a different logo. And it's going to say ParcelFact. Yes. Why? Because they are merging. So, it's happening right now today. If it hasn't already popped up, you'll see it next time you log in. It's awesome. We started with, or excuse me, we started with ParcelFact, which was our beta test of finding property for us with a state and accounting and APN and all kinds of other awesome information and maps and overlays and FEMA, flood zone overlays, all kinds of wonderful things. And now, then we came out with a second product, made it better called it NeighborScoop. We've decided that two is not always better than one. We really only need one. So, when you log in, don't worry it's just one big product NeighborScoop and ParcelFact are now combined. And it's just ParcelFact. Steven Jack Butala: Big, long takeaway here. We took two great sites that did some stuff differently, made them one, combined the two members of each and now it's called ParcelFact and it's the best and easiest way to do what we do for a living, check to see if the property stage one due diligence. See if we should get it done. Jill K DeWit: Cool. Look at this. Barb from career path wrote first big success story. Just got our bank wire of 75,347 acquisition was $25,000. Is there more to it or is that it? Steven Jack Butala: No, that's it. Jill K DeWit: Okay. I couldn't tell, I'm just... Steven Jack Butala: She was and a lot of people Barbara's, very vocal in our group and we all love her. She's funny as heck. And I'm glad to see that she's doing really well. Jill K DeWit: Well, that pays for all of career path, about five years of Land Academy, all kinds of things who knows. Steven Jack Butala: All the mail. Jill K DeWit: What she's doing with that. Steven Jack Butala: One deal. Jill K DeWit: But yay. Hopefully she's going to pour that into our property, knowing Barb she is. That's awesome. Yay. That's awesome. Steven Jack Butala: Today's topic. You already know flipping land works, so let's talk about the right way to do it. This is the meat of the show. I know you have notes.
Do you remember learning of plastic coffins and FEMA camps in the 90's and have the very real sense of impending doom as most do now? Time has tempered our reactions over the decades but, we remember how frightening that time was and can relate to your feelings now. What starts the awakening process? How […]
The floodwaters may be gone, but residents in the St. Louis region are still picking up the pieces after historic flooding in late July. In the weeks since, hundreds of flood victims were forced to wait hours at overcrowded aid centers. Now, more help is on the way: This week, teams from FEMA canvassed areas that were hit hard by extreme weather. STLPR reporter Jeremy Goodwin shares his observations from the first day of canvassing, and we hear from two flood victims about their needs as they wait for more resources.
Alex is on a plane, HOPE videos are online, don't say bad things about Apple, Alex was on the front page of the New York Times, fighting with YouTube's copyright bots, listener emails, FEMA warns of vulnerabilities in EAS devices, Anonymous hacks CCP website.
Alex is on a plane, HOPE videos are online, don't say bad things about Apple, Alex was on the front page of the New York Times, fighting with YouTube's copyright bots, listener emails, FEMA warns of vulnerabilities in EAS devices, Anonymous hacks CCP website.
August 10, 2022 — The new fiscal year is off to a rocky start, with miscommunication about the health plan deficit, uncertainty about federal disaster reimbursements, and the county's main labor union filing a complaint with the state in the midst of contract negotiations. Last week, the Board of Supervisors agreed to ask the state controller for help with its books after Supervisor Ted Williams declared that the county was in a financial crisis. Chamise Cubbison, the newly elected Treasurer-Tax Collector/Auditor-Controller, wrote a letter to the board saying the discussion was full of misinformation, while retired Treasurer-Tax Collector Shari Schapmire said the county is “absolutely not” in a financial crisis. CEO Darcie Antle said crisis is a strong word to describe the county's financial situation, but there are areas of concern, including close to $70 million in long term debt service and rising interest rates as the county contemplates refinancing bonds to fund the new jail. Eleven million dollars in disaster reimbursements from FEMA is still outstanding. And Antle described the confluence of events that led up to the sudden news about last year's $3.6 million shortfall in the county health plan. She recalled that just before COVID, and the high-dollar claims that followed, the county had a robust reserve in the health plan. “The prior Auditor-Controller came forward in 16/17 and stated that our reserve for the health plan, the fund balance, was too high,” she recalled; “and that the State Controller was concerned about that, and recommended that we spend down that amount of money. I think we spent down roughly $6 million through a health holiday. That occurred in 17/18 and 18/19. In the quarter of October through December of each respective year, employees and the county did not pay the premium for those months. So those were health holidays, which equated to about a $6 million spend-down. In December of 2019, who would imagine we would be going into COVID…claims increased, acuities increased, over the last three years.” In August of last year, Antle met with former Auditor-Controller Lloyd Weer to discuss a $1.1 million deficit in the health plan. She stated that in 2021, “that information was reported to the Board, a couple of times…At that time, the team, the HR team, and the Executive Office, did ask for an increase in the health plan, and that increase went into effect January 1 of 2022 at a 12% increase,” which Antle says was well within the amount allowed by the county's contracts with its labor unions. There was a delay in reporting the additional $2.5 million deficit to the board, and Antle said her team did report the inaccurate number. She said the $1.1 million deficit was on a cash basis, “which can be seen by any department running a month to actual report. That is what was obtained by the Executive Office, the HR office, and what was clearly understood by our outside actuary. The $2.5 million, which is the number that was missing from the original $3.6 million, that was on an accrual basis on the balance sheet, and the balance sheet is balanced once per year by the outside auditors. The balance sheet for 2021, because of the delay in the outside audit, was not completed and submitted to the auditor (because they complete and submit to the auditor), until the end of June, early July, of 2022. So we can clearly see that from the financial statement now. But that wasn't what was reported. And again, the team reported twice, publicly, a $1.1 (million deficit). Nothing was brought forward to clarify those statements. So is this misdoing on anyone's part, or is this part of a transition? We had our Auditor-Controller retire. Our Treasurer-Tax Collector retired. We have a new person stepping into a dual role that had never been filled here before. I'm stepping into my new role as well. So I think everybody needs to continue to work together, and come together as a tem, and make sure that there is transparency and communication to the Board, and to the public.” The county is currently in negotiations with its labor unions, which also want more budget information. Last month, SEIU Local 1021 filed a complaint with the Public Employees Relations Board (PERB) about lengthy delays in fulfilling requests for detailed information, which Deputy CEO Cherie Johnson said she's working to supply. The county has until August 18 to respond to PERB about the complaint, and is likely to face a number of deadlines to produce the rest of the information to the union negotiators. The union is asking for a 5% Cost Of Living Adjustment, or COLA, and Antle said she is asking for a one-year pause on that part of the negotiation. “We really want to assess the financial stability of the county at this time,” she said. “Coming out of COVID, not receiving all our reimbursement from FEMA, going into a possible economic downturn. We really just want to understand the fiscal position. We are just asking for a one-year pause on the COLA…over the last three years, all bargaining units have received a 3% COLA each year…in that three-year period, they were also receiving classification study surveys to bring most if not all positions into market. So there were additional increases during that time.” She hopes next year's budget process will involve more collaboration, and more regular reports. “I would like to see the Auditor-Controller's office, the Executive Office fiscal team, come together with the budget ad hoc on a regular basis,” she reflected. “Again, communication is both ways, so we need everybody to come to the table.”
The 64th episode is all about disaster management, community resilience, and existential risk. Tres Crow (@dogeatcrow) hosts for a panel of brilliant people: Scott James (https://scottjames.me/), SJ Beard (@CSERSJ), and Charlotte Cecil (@thrivespring). About Scott James BusinessWeek named Scott James as one of America's Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs and Forbes Magazine profiled him as a Game Changer. Scott was awarded a Governor's Award of Excellence in Service by the state of Washington for his nonprofit community preparedness work, Bainbridge Prepares. He was asked by FEMA to present his book – Prepared Neighborhoods: Creating Resilience One Street at a Time – at their national training symposium. The products from his companies have been featured in publications as diverse as Oprah's O Magazine, National Geographic, Parents Magazine, the Washington Post, Outside Magazine, and US News & World Report. His film projects range from the opening shorts at the United Nations Climate Change Summits to the breakthrough nature-based series on Netflix (title series: “Moving Art”). His organizations tend to either focus on “people helping people” such as Fair Trade companies, or “people helping planet” (which of course also help people) such as organizations focused on the climate crisis. More details at: scottjames.me. About SJ Beard SJ is a Senior Research Associate and Academic Programme Manager at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk at the University of Cambridge, an Associated Researcher at the Institute for Futures Studies and an AHRC/BBC New Generation Thinker. I work on the Evaluation of Extreme Technological Risks, and other ethical problems with ensuring a long term future for humanity. I also have a wide range of skills and experiences producing high quality research, training and analysis across education and public affairs. About Charlotte Cecil Charlotte studied emergency management at George Brown College in Toronto, Canada. She has been a volunteer responder with various response and recovery groups, and worked for many years as a security consultant in the UK. Following a life-threatening incident in her early 20s, she became interested in emergency preparedness and security, which evolved into a passion for community resilience. She strongly believes that communities which engage in inclusive resilience-building help create safer, healthier and more cohesive societies. About Tres Crow Tres is making the world a greener place one urban space at a time with my friends Roots Down. He's a storyteller and marketing dude. He loves natural urbanism and climate justice.
Every emergency manager has touched FEMA's Emergency Management Institute (EMI) in one way or another during their career. As EMI surpasses 70 years of operation, the new Superintendent, Dr. Jeffery Stern discusses how to improve the training and education of the next generation of emergency managers, and the possibility of the development of an Emergency Management Command College.If you would like to learn more about the Natural Disaster & Emergency Management (NDEM) Expo please visit us on the web - https://www.ndemevent.com
This week, Florida State University Associate Professor of Sociology and Author of Tainted Tap, Dr. Katrinell Davis joins Abby in the classroom to help explain the Flint, Michigan Water Crisis. Dr. Davis explains the key indicators that alerted Michigan officials and Flint residents that their water had been contaminated. She also explains the role of FEMA and the EPA in the handling of this humanitarian crisis. Later, Dr. Davis reflects on the efforts to evolve this situation from crisis to recovery. Keep up with Abby after class on Twitter: @abbyhornacek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we had the opportunity to sit down with FEMA Region 6 Administrator, Tony Robinson. We talk about what it means to take an All-Hazard approach to emergency management, hurricane preparedness, public assistance, lifelines, and mitigation. Tony shares what he knows are pain points for local EMs and how FEMA is working to fix some of those. We speak about the importance of not only having private insurance but ensuring that insurance coverage is adequate. The episode is also packed with advice for local EMs. For more about Tony and his background: https://www.fema.gov/profile/tony-robinsonSupport the show
White House Declares Monkeypox Outbreak A Public Health Emergency The Biden administration declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency on Thursday. Earlier in the week the White House appointed Robert Fenton, regional administrator at FEMA to direct the federal government's response to the monkeypox outbreak, along with a deputy director from the CDC. This comes after criticism from activists and public health experts, who have said that the federal government has been dragging its feet on access to vaccines, testing and treatment for the virus. Ira talks with Tim Revell, deputy United States editor for New Scientist, about the latest monkeypox updates and other top science stories including; new research into the shape of the human brain; how hand gestures can improve zoom calls and a plant that harnesses the power of a raindrop to gulp down insects. New Steps Toward a Vaccine For Cancer Vaccines have long been used to prevent infection from viruses. But now, scientists are working on a different kind of vaccine—one that targets cancer. Dr. Kai Wucherpfennig is working on a cancer vaccine that would target tumors that tend to spread quickly and are resistant to treatment, like melanoma and triple negative breast cancer. This type of vaccine is intended to be used after a patient has had their tumor removed. The goal is to prevent the spread of cancer cells to other parts of the body, which is called metastasis. So far, this type of cancer vaccine is effective in animals, and the results were recently published in the journal Nature. Ira talks with Dr. Kai Wucherpfennig, chair of cancer immunology and virology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, about his latest research into cancer vaccines, and how recent advances in understanding the immune system has jump-started research into new types of cancer immunotherapies. Restoring A Sensitive Ecosystem, One Wildflower At A Time The New England blazing star is more than just a pretty blossom: it's an integral part of a globally-rare ecosystem called a “sandplain grassland.” Just like the name suggests, sandplain grasslands have sandy soil with tall grass, no trees and an exceptionally high number of rare plant and animal species. That includes plants like the New England blazing star, an important food source for various grassland insects. Today volunteers would plant 1,000 of them to help restore Bamford Preserve, a 60-acre parcel of sandplain grassland on Martha's Vineyard. As climate change threatens both human health and the natural world, experts say that protecting biodiversity hotspots like this one will offer the most bang-for-the-buck — protecting threatened species while offering other ecosystem benefits, like open space and flood protection. Read the full story on sciencefriday.com. A Fish By Any Other Name: Inside The Effort To Bring ‘Copi' To Dinner People who live near freshwater rivers or lakes are likely familiar with Asian Carp. The fish are not native to the U.S., but over the last few decades their populations have exploded in waterways like the Mississippi River Basin and the Illinois River. Over the last few years, there's been a major PR campaign to move away from the name Asian Carp, in favor of a new name: “Copi.” The reason is two-fold: First, it joins a general trend of moving species' names away from nationalistic associations, considering anti-Asian hate crimes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The other goal is to make the fish sound more delicious—creating a market that would incentivize fishing the Copi, hopefully reducing their populations. Joining Ira to talk about this is Jim Garvey, director of fisheries, aquaculture and aquatic sciences at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Much has been made of grabbing the coveted youth vote. America's future lies in her young people, so theoretically, whoever influences the young now will be in a much better position to steer the country.But politicians often seem to look at young Americans as some sort of alien species. What do they like? What matters to them? How do I get them on my side?Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, now president of Young America's Foundation, argues that young folks aren't that much different than your average voter and mostly have the same concerns."Young Americans still have to put gas in their car, their moped, or whatever they're driving these days," says Walker, emphasizing that the economic pain hitting older Americans also affects young Americans."If anything, I think [young Americans are] more libertarian than they are liberal, in the sense that at their core, they just want to live their own lives," he says.When asked whether he thinks Republicans and conservatives can court young Americans who feel betrayed by the Democrats and President Joe Biden, Walker responds:I think there are others who are less about hardcore right- or left-wing ideological viewpoints being upset and more just being upset in general. I do think there's a tremendous opportunity. But it can't just be that we're against Joe Biden.Instead, Walker says, conservatives should make the argument for "a better way forward."The former Wisconsin governor joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" today to discuss what young Americans are looking for in their leaders and how conservatives can best continue to court younger Americans.We also cover these stories:The U.S. announces that an American drone strike Saturday eliminated al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri in Kabul, Afghanistan.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrives in Taiwan under heavy rhetorical fire from China.President Joe Biden names FEMA regional administrator Robert Fenton as the government's lead on monkeypox.A group of major news outlets sue the Texas Department of Public Safety over public records relating to the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The first hour, Rich discussed Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit early this week. This visit was to prevent defiance of Chinese threats and prevent a future war. Rich expressed how President Biden's poll numbers continue to drop after the Taiwan visit. What's the best choice to eat on the beach? Rich and Greg discussed the best foods to eat on the beach. Czar Amid Criticism of Federal Response President Biden on Tuesday appointed a national monkey pox response coordinator, a bid to improve the federal government's response to the outbreak. FEMA regional administrators will seek to increase the availability of tests, drugs, and vaccines. Is the Biden Admin afraid of China?
China Could Hit Back Over Pelosi's Taiwan Visit Rich discussed Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit early this week. This visit was to prevent defiance of Chinese threats and prevent a future war. Rich expressed how President Biden's poll numbers continue to drop after the Taiwan visit. Let's go to The Beach! What's the best choice to eat on the beach? Rich and Greg discussed the best foods to eat on the beach. Monkeypox Czar Amid Criticism of Federal Response President Biden on Tuesday appointed a national monkeypox response coordinator, a bid to improve the federal government's response to the outbreak. FEMA regional administrators will seek to increase the availability of tests, drugs, and vaccines. Is the Biden Admin afraid of China? Supreme Court Ruling on Mail in Ballet Linda Kerns joined the show to discuss the recent change to the mail-in ballet by the supreme court in Pennsylvania. Can't Afford The Fight? Than You Pay Rich discussed how the IRS and Democrats increased taxes on you. These new regulations are to make the upper working class pay more taxes despite not targeting the upper class to avoid lawsuits. What's on the cut sheet part 1. Children Cartoon Characters Racist? Rich and Greg discussed their opinions on amusement parks and children's cartoon character mascots' interaction with kids at the park John Siegfried, an author, and military historian joins the show to discuss his new book No Greater Love: The Story of Michael Crescenz, Philadelphia's Only Medal of Honor Recipient of the Vietnam War, and provide his insights on military history. Chuck Schumer and Senators have reached a deal to pass veterans' health care legislation despite receiving controversy for this new bill. License Plate lawsuit A local Delaware citizen is suing their state because her license plate has an “Inappropriate Phrase” Sylvester Stallone calls for ownership of ‘Rocky' Philly's all-time fictional movie hero actor Sylvester Stallone calls out the production company of the Rocky franchise for not having any ownership of the Philadelphia classic boxing Franchise despite being a key successor in all the boxing movies. Rich expresses his concern about the situation. What's on the Cut Sheet part 2.
"Cultural Cannibals" Hosts: Darren Weeks, Vicky Davis Website for the show: https://governamerica.com Vicky's websites: https://thetechnocratictyranny.com and http://channelingreality.com COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AND CREDITS AT: https://governamerica.com/radio/radio-archives/22478-govern-america-july-30-2022-cultural-cannibals Listen LIVE every Saturday at 11AM Eastern time at http://live.governamerica.com Klaus Schwab admits that a small group of powerful people with means are controlling the world. Congress moves toward creating a "drivers license" for the Internet. More restrictions are being put upon cash transactions. The U.S. House of Representatives passes gun control that they call an "assault weapons" ban, while the BATF is harrassing firearms owners, and illegally harvesting information from firearms dealers. Gavin Nusome, who is apparently the best the Democrat party can do for a presidential candidate, has engineered a supply chain disaster in the form of a major trucker revolt. Flooding and droughts plague the country and cause death, misery, billions in damages, and more pressure for America's food producers. Germany imposes cold showers upon people as they turn off the lights amid climate restrictions and Russian energy shortages. Homeland Security director Alejandro Mayorkas thinks the American people are the greatest threat. The FBI is padding violent domestic extremism data in an attempt to make it look like a bigger problem than it is. The western Marxist network is investigated and explored. Also, technocracy, transhumanism, Monkeypox, Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx lie, and more.
Surviving a double attempted homicide while 8 months pregnant with Agape Garcia. Her survival of a double attempted homicide while 8 months pregnant (by the father) and the desperation to survive became the catalyst to the foundation of BYIS while achieving an undisputed outlook of independence. During her journey to overcome, Garcia learned that extreme independence is a trauma driven response and a natural one which can be defeated through focused, self awareness and intentional control. Through her own walk, harsh lessons brought on by extreme independence resulted in areas of her life being sabotaged repeatedly. Her personal journey of post traumatic growth has led Garcia to dedicating her life in developing transformational programs, various forms of coaching, certification courses and establishing a nonprofit to help real time victims. Her commitment is to provide lifelong transformational habits that can restore your powerful internal sense of control. One of her personal statements, ‘You don't live anywhere but in your head' is why some of her laser focus teachings are on aligning your mental and emotional belief system. As her passion grew from her own personal struggles, Garcia became active within the community receiving a Mayoral appointment to work with the Citizen Review board in direct conjunction with Internal Affairs. She received hands-on training from the Sheriff's department, Department of Homeland Security, and FEMA which also led to the Infrastructure Liaison Officer designation (ILO), through the local Law Enforcement Center. Garcia has spent more than 20 years in the corporate world holding positions in Office Administration, Project Management, Compliance, Policy writing, Team building, Training, Leadership, and Consulting. She continued to serve other organizations including the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), and Board of Directors and holds current membership in the FBI vetted private sector program of InfraGard. As VP of a Security Consultant Company, she has developed programs with leadership responsibility for security and emergency management. These emphasize awareness toward identifying different stages of human behavior leading towards violence mitigation. While working, attending school, and raising her kids as a single parent, her personal priorities of housing, safety and privacy for her children were of utmost importance. This required Garcia to navigate through various self-help centers, state, city, local programs, systems and assistance to create a stable foundation for her family while providing the ability to assist others. She also volunteers and collaborates with local law writer(s), in support of bills under Public Safety. Garcia believes in the need to feel loved, wanted, and cared for as a part of life in all of us. Living through emotional tugs of war and learning to apply a controlled healthy mindset to overcome voids, shortcomings, and to break unhealthy cycles is who she is today versus the opposite of where she came from. Today, she prides herself on meeting the daily challenges of being vulnerable and safe at the same time while empowering others to Be Your Incredible Self. Garcia's personal mission is to help lead others in transforming their survival of Domestic Violence (DV) into Post Traumatic Growth and to mitigate the depletion of resources for real-time victims. Sharing her personal testimony has empowered so many others. She loves teaching her BYIS formula of: How to combine Situational Awareness with Emotional Intelligence to control your triggers.
FEMA will help state officials determine the extent of flood damage in Buchanan County; This week, Virginia's Attorney General joined a coalition of 21 other Republican attorneys general in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture; A federal appeals court has sided with Virginia Beach in a case about how the city conducts local elections; and other local news stories.
Disaster recovery needs to be rethought. It needs to shift to the concept of disaster resilience. Daniel Kaniewski, former acting deputy administrator at FEMA, says far too many people only realize the value of resilience, which is taking action before disaster happens, after it happens and they have lost everything. In Episode 4 of our […]
"This is a war not only for the territory. This is war against our culture," says Ihor Poshyvailo, director of the Maidan Museum in Kiev, Ukraine. War in Ukraine has scores of museums, cemeteries, archeological sites, and places of worship where Ukrainian history and national identity are memorialized. But when bombs are exploding, who's pulling a sculpture from the rubble? Enter the Smithsonian Cultural Heritage Initiative: a team flung together by a deadly earthquake in Haiti that grew through trial and discovery into an international network of professionals devoted to protecting the world's treasures from threats by humankind and mother nature alike. Guests: Hayden Bassett, director of the Cultural Heritage Monitoring Lab at Smithsonian affiliate Virginia Museum of Natural History Olsen Jean Julien, project director of the Cultural Conservation Center at Quisqueya University in Haiti Cori Wegener, director of the Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative Richard Kurin, Smithsonian Distinguished Scholar and Ambassador-at-Large, co-founder of the Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative Ihor Poshyvailo, director of the National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity (Maidan Museum) in Kyiv, Ukraine Acknowledgments: The work of the Smithsonian Cultural Rescue Initiative would not be possible without the collaboration of countless partner organizations and collaborators, among them: the US government, including the Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee, the Departments of State, Defense, Homeland Security and Justice, the FBI, Institute of Peace, FEMA, and the Heritage Emergency National Task Force; agencies of other governments like the Ministry of Culture in Haiti, the State Board of Antiquities and Heritage in Iraq, and the Ministry of Culture in Ukraine; other organizations like UNESCO, the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, International Council of Museums, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute of Conservation, the US Committee of the Blue Shield, the Penn Cultural Heritage Center and the University of Pennsylvania Museum, the Virginia Museum of Natural History, the University of Maryland, Prince Claus Fund for Cultural Emergency Response, FOKAL in Haiti, the Mosul Museum, the Heritage Emergency Rescue Initiative, the National Center for Research Restoration, and the Kosciuszko Foundation for Ukraine. SCRI's work is made possible with the support of funders like the United State Congress, Department of State, Bank of America, Mellon Foundation, ALIPH Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Brad Freeman, the Broadway League, the Stiller Foundation, and the Roberts family.
In this episode, Dr. Nadia Mohandessi sits down with Chris Klein, USACE Temporary Housing and Critical Public Facilities Program Manager and Tony Hill, Emergency Support Function #3 (ESF #3) Permanent Cadre Member, to learn more about the Temporary Housing mission and the Critical Public Facility mission, and how the Corps has worked over the past several years to deliver these vital missions to disaster survivors. The temporary housing mission, one of the many missions USACE can perform in support of FEMA under ESF #3 and the National Response Framework, involves overseeing the placement of temporary housing units at individual home sites, existing mobile home parks, or newly designed and constructed mobile home parks when an event has rendered existing homes uninhabitable. The Critical Public Facilities mission involves providing and/or constructing temporary critical public facilities such as government office space, police stations, fire stations, medical clinics, and school classrooms, when those permanent facilities have been rendered unusable after a disaster.
In the Changing Earth series, a national disaster is why the government declared a “National Emergency.” This situation caused an “emergency” plant to go into effect, allowing for a complete takeover of the country by the executive branch and FEMA to control the chaos. Although the basis of a fiction story, the concept and the “National Emergency” parameters exist. Most people are unaware that our president's declaration of a “National Emergency” has far-reaching implications that will directly impact their everyday lives.
In 2012, FEMA created Wireless Emergency Alerts to send alert and warning messages through the agency's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System. On today's episode, we'll talk about the countless ways Wireless Emergency Alerts have saved lives with Antwane Johnson, who has lead the program since the beginning.
Volunteer travel has its roots in the "voluntourism" through which people volunteer on projects abroad. Volunteer travel has been reimagined as a social enterprise model with a focus on working within local communities and creating value for them, rather than for the volunteers themselves. Volunteering abroad, especially in developing countries, has become a necessary experience for many people who label themselves as 'world citizens'. However, like any other growing industry, volunteer tourism brings with it new experiences and new problems.Christine's guest today is curious, an animal-lover, an a feminist. Nora Livingstone is the CEO & Co-Founder of Animal Experience International. Her work has taken her to over 45 countries, including Oman, Sierra Leone, Guatemala, and Mongolia. Nora is a qualified Crisis Counselor and holds FEMA certifications in leadership and deployment during natural disasters. Nora and Christine talk about the ethics of volunteer travel, consent based tourism and what that means to her having a values align business and her commitment to addressing social issues, and how we can understand white privilege narratives that exist in companies like ours, that are run by white women.For full show notes and to access resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.lotussojourns.com/podcast-episodes/episode86Learn more about Lotus Sojourns and ways to be a part of the community here.Find Lotus Sojourns on Facebook, or join the Lotus Sojourns Collective, our FB community for like-hearted women.Follow us on Instagram: @lotussojourns or @souloftravelpodcastLOVE these conversations...support the production of this podcast by making a donation here! Credits. Christine Winebrenner Irick (Host, creator, editor.) Nora Livingstone(Guest). Original music by Clark Adams. Editing and production by Rayna BoothSupport the show
Andy talks with comedian Adam Conover about his Netflix show, "The G Word," where he partnered with President Obama to educate Americans on how the federal government works and what needs fixing within it. From public libraries to FEMA, they discuss how comedy can help Americans understand, appreciate, and properly scrutinize the agencies working for us everyday. Keep up with Andy on Twitter @ASlavitt. Follow Adam Conover on Twitter @adamconover. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Support the show by checking out our sponsors! Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/ Check out these resources from today's episode: Watch “The G Word” on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/81037116 Check out Adam's tour dates: http://www.adamconover.net/tourdates/ Find vaccines, masks, testing, treatments, and other resources in your community: https://www.covid.gov/ Order Andy's book, “Preventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response”: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250770165 Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com/show/inthebubble. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do building codes affect disaster safety and resilience? Can we affordably build structures that withstand the test of time? Everyone deserves a safe place to live, so how do building codes help achieve that goal? In this episode, Leslie Chapman-Henderson, President and CEO, Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH), and John Ingargiola, Lead Physical Scientist at Founding and Legacy Partner FEMA, tackle these questions and more. Topics Include: ● John's educational and professional background (00:52) ● Building Science Guidance: Stronger codes and standards (10:11) ● Five Reasons: Why building codes are important: (10:53) ● How can stakeholders get consumers to support building codes? (13:17) ● Mitigation Assessment Team (MAT) Program (20:22) ● The Recipe Book: Consensus standards inform key design considerations (22:50) ● Innovation: How can we expedite building code improvements? (24:03) ● FEMA's Building Codes Strategy (32:18) Editors Note: This podcast was recorded prior to the landmark National Initiative to Advance Building Codes announcement. Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) Leslie Chapman-Henderson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Toll-free: (877) 221-SAFE (7233)
A philosopher once said, “The great aim of education is not knowledge, but action.”There are few places where this statement is more true than at the FEMA Emergency Management Institute (EMI) in Emmitsburg, Maryland.This week's guest, Dr. Jeff Stern is the Superintendent of FEMA EMI.Dr. Stern brings more than 3 decades of experience in the Emergency Management and response fields to this position, having previously served in leadership roles at the local, state and federal levels including presidential appointments as a White House Fellow at the Department of the Interior and the White House Homeland Security Council.In this episode, Dr. Stern discusses the value of continued education and training in Emergency Management and how the FEMA EMI is working to create systems, programs and curriculum that keeps students at the forefront of how the field is growing and evolving.Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: email@example.com.We are proud to endorse L3Harris and the BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: L3Harris.com/ResponderSupport.The Readiness Lab is trailblazing disaster readiness. Early access for the highly anticipated course emergency management response for dynamic populations is currently live. Think you have what it takes? Join us in Atlanta for an immersive experience. Space is limited to 40. Go to thereadinesslab.com/training to learn more.
Dr. Jeff Stern is the Superintendent of the Emergency Management Institute (EMI), located at Emmitsburg Maryland. EMI is the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) center for the development and delivery of emergency management instructional curriculum that is delivered both in-person and remotely via technology. In this podcast we discuss the history of EMI and how it and the curriculum is constantly changing, just as our national threats have evolved over the years. Dr. Stern discusses the development of emergency management as a profession and how the training and education of the current and future workforce are his top priorities. The Blue Cell is a by-design crisis and consequence management consulting firm with a primary focus on education and training for government at all levels, non governmental agencies and private sector entities engaged in incident and emergency management activities.
Fiery Trials Bring Great Revival (2) (Audio) David Eells - 7/13/22 Precision in Prayer and Warfare Over Enemies Dana Coverstone - July 2022 (David's notes in red) Youtube Video Link (… After I share this, I encourage you to pray about it. …I had this dream for 18 days in a row and on the 18th day, the “Archer” in this dream showed up and that's when I knew the dream is either over or I'm going to learn what the dream is about.) (I asked the Lord if our authority over the forces of darkness will annul some of this coming judgment and got a YES. Then I asked if we have authority to annul all of this and got a NO. So pray and ask directions to exercise your authority.) … The dream started on June 15, 2022. I was standing in a shipping yard where large containers were being lifted off of the container ships by those huge cranes.… and there was a sign that said, “Port of Los Angeles.” (A port is an entrance into the country. Los Angeles means, “The Angels”. Satan disguises himself as an angel of light, meaning of course, knowledge or wisdom. As we will see, the Chinese Communist Party are leading a revolution of anarchy against conservatism and Christianity. Although they have been badly wounded by the Alliance they are capable of doing small things that cause big trouble.) I saw 8, jet black containers that were set on the ground about 15 feet apart …and they were pristinely clean. … with large Chinese or oriental letters on them. These large letters were in black and they were about five feet tall by five feet wide and they had a brownish black background behind them, so they stood out almost like 3D on the containers. (5X5 is a military term meaning, “Loud and clear." As we will see, these events take place in broad daylight. Our enemies are not even trying to hide what they are doing any longer.) They were very suspicious and just set aside or apart from everything else. (The black indicates some clandestine plans that are being revealed or some darkness.[Deception being brought into this country.]) … It was broad daylight, not night, and I could see a large clock tower that seemed to be suspended high above the shipping facility. It was exactly set on 3:00 in the afternoon and when I saw this, all the eight doors of those shipping containers …began to bang like someone was inside them trying get out. There were no people outside of the containers but I saw they began to shake and they were banging violently. (There was a hidden agenda about to be revealed. The clock tower was showing us a sign. Jesus went to the cross at about the third hour and it was dark on the earth for about 3 hours. I want to emphasize that it was bright light outside, it wasn't high noon, but you could see everything that was going on.) Suddenly, the door of the first container opened and a man in military equipment rode out on a very large, green, dirt bike like a Kawasaki. It had saddle bags on both sides and very large knobby tires. These dirt bikes were higher caliber dirt bikes. The guy that pulled out on this motorcycle was covered in military gear. He had an AK-47 over his back and he took his helmet off and stepped off the bike and put the kickstand down. (off-road bikes can go anywhere in the city or country. [Representing the ability to infiltrate any area of the country desired.]) When he took his helmet off, he was revealing himself as an oriental man. (The Chinese CCP is D.S. and are fighting to subvert and overthrow the country.) He began violently screaming towards the trucks and the shipping containers. He was pointing in different directions and looking back at the trucks… He was violently angry and his face was very very red. Suddenly, he just stopped and checked his watch. Then he put his helmet back on and got back on the motorcycle and started revving the engine. It just revs and revs and revs. He has not put it in gear and, all at once, that clock tower struck 4:00 and there was this deep sounding bell that rang out and the whole earth shook. I mean the whole earth just shook so angrily, even where I was, standing in the background watching. (We've got to face the fact that, not just our natural enemies of America are angry but our spiritual enemy is angry right now, as things are being revealed. I think doors are opening and things are happening… I believe we're about to see something happen that's going to shake the earth and it's going to start a downhill trend of things or events from here.) (We have dreams where mad scientists are planning great earthquakes in the U.S. Since this is all in the daylight, it's possible that they want a distraction so the invasion can come across the border as we will see. We've been told that the White Hats plan on intercepting the invasion and turning it around, and as we can see, for some reason this doesn't happen.) Then, out of each of those other containers including the one the man came out of, rode about 25 soldiers on the same kind of motorcycles with the same kind of saddlebags and the same AK-47's across their backs. I could also see rocket propelled grenades, lots of ammo, and weapons in those saddlebags and they were hardly able to be strapped down because they were loaded for bear. (200 soldiers with this kind of weaponry could do a lot of damage in the right places but they could also be military advisors for the invaders coming across the border and sleeper cells. These weapons could also represent deceptions of words and propaganda to cause anarchy since the Chinese own all the media outlets.) When the first soldier, who had been revving his engine and giving the instructions, took off out of that port, the rest of them followed and I could see that when they got beyond the large fence of the Los Angeles Port, they took off, just speeding heavily in all different directions. (Meaning they are independently sent to join different groups.) (Now these weapons were definitely going to be used to attack and we know the church has been under attack and crisis pregnancy centers have been under attack but the Bible says, “Judgment begins in the house of God ” and … we've got people who are calling themselves Christians supporting abortions and others things … that God calls abominable. …I believe we're about to see a greater outpouring of judgment on the house of God which is Biblical. In that sense, this could very well show, not just attacks on the country, but attacks on the Church. (This is what God has told us is coming and what Babylon did to the apostates using sword, famine, and pestilence.) Ezekiel chapter 8:16-18 says, And he brought me into the inner court of Jehovah's house; and behold, at the door of the temple of Jehovah, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of Jehovah, and their faces toward the east; and they were worshipping the sun toward the east. 17 Then he said unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? Is it a light thing to the house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here? for they have filled the land with violence, and have turned again to provoke me to anger: and, lo, they put the branch to their nose. 18 Therefore will I also deal in wrath; mine eye shall not spare, neither will I have pity; and though they cry in mine ears with a loud voice, yet will I not hear them.) (The abominations in the apostate Church is bringing this judgment.) The scene then changed and I was hearing news reports and seeing newspaper articles and reporters who were announcing deaths all over the country; in both rural and metropolitan areas. The reports were about water supplies and water systems being poisoned in various places around the country. (We've had dreams and revelations about this too. The military is warning not to drink municipal water.) I saw headlines suggesting entire communities were poisoned in various places throughout the country. …The reporters were telling people to drink nothing but bottled water and/or water they knew was not connected to a local water supply. They were saying if you've got a well you should be okay but still you might want to boil it. This poison was affecting both larger and smaller communities but not every community. So this was not a nationwide thing, but it was impacting a lot of communities. It was impacting the Western portion of the country more than the other parts of the nation according to the reporters. They were announcing that there were National Guard units, fully armed, who are now watching water supplies in some of the bigger cities and parts of the nation. It was reported that thousands of people had died and that hospitals were full of heavily poisoned people getting medical treatment. FEMA centers and camps were being set up in those regions where people had been the most heavily poisoned and the water supply damaged. The Emergency Broadcast announcement that was running along the bottom of the TV screens and monitors stated that the boiling of water was not an effective way of making the water safe. (All this could be a distraction to our military to keep them from stopping the invasion across the border.) I then saw the clock tower appear above that municipal water supply and its hands pointed to 4:05 in the afternoon, once again this was occurring in broad daylight. (So we're definitely seeing some type of a literal attack but this could be a spiritual attack in the sense of what's going on with the deceptions in the Media; not knowing what's happening; not knowing what we're “drinking”, so to speak. … The time 4:05 indicates the idea that there's a countdown. First, the soldiers take off and now we're seeing the poisoning of the water supply. …Spiritually speaking, this represents being careful what we drink; being careful what we put into our body, being careful what we listen to; making sure that we test every spirit and listen carefully for the Word of God to …discern those things that are going on in our world and also that we're cautious and careful what we are consuming. …After I had the 18 days of dreams, I had two … short dreams; one where I saw some people watching TV monitors at airports and in homes and they were covering their mouths. It was like what they were seeing on the TV was so terrifying, like a 911 event, that they covered their mouths and it was summertime because I saw the grass was brown from the heat. I saw on the screens of every TV in America people crying, embracing each other and they were seemingly in shock. So fear is going to be a big weapon the enemy uses against the people. I'm sure there'll be another pandemic that is going to be terrible; far terribly worse than the last one we've just had. In the dreams, the people who were watching the news weren't looking up and that's the key. I believe we cannot be afraid, as everybody else is, of what they're seeing and the things that are happening in America or around the world. We've got to be looking up. “look up for your redemption draws near.” If we're looking at the news and covering our mouth in horror, that means that we are not speaking because of fear and folks right now the Church needs to be fully aware of what's happening around us but not afraid …) Back to the dream … The next thing I saw was four lines of light that seemed to be coming up from the border all the way from Texas and California in broad daylight. (Representing that they were no longer attempting to hide their plans. This is a planned invasion over the border.) It seemed that many people were coming from the border but in a very organized way and they moved North, hundreds of miles… with lights bright enough to be seen from space. (As we said earlier, these lights could represent deception.) They all stopped moving at once and, when they did, smaller light trails from within the U.S. started moving towards the four big lines of light where the movement had stopped. (They're being joined by the CCP Chinese military advisors and sleeper cells. I remember George Washington's dream of the red light invasion from the East and how the angels had to come down and help the Americans who were almost overcome by it.) Then, suddenly, the smaller lights started attacking. (I could very much see this as being sleeper cells; (like leftist Anarchists, BLM, Antifa, and radical muslims) more people coming and the cells getting larger and larger. It was like watching moths drawn to a flame and the source lights kept getting bigger and bigger as the smaller lights came in.) … The source light kept getting bigger and bigger and then all four places flashed all at once and… everything went dark for a moment and then it pulsed almost like a slow light just going on and off. (This is what happened in the movie, “Red Dawn”. The Chinese invaders EMP'ed the Nation to take over.) Then it exploded and light was spread hundreds of miles from the source of that explosion. … Then I saw the clock tower again and it stood high above the ground and showed the time to be 4:10. I saw small embers of flames that were coming down around the clock but not catching the ground on fire although it looked like fire coming down. (Missy had a dream that may have showed the embers of fire coming down out of the sky but not catching anything on fire just like this portion of Dana's dream. Both of these dreams seem to show the embers as being spiritual, A fire from Heaven.) So these explosions of the lights were spreading out and the flames were going hundreds of miles beyond them. (This probably fear from the mainstream media.) (There seemed to be a lot of intimidation going on during this time. It seemed like a worldly attack and at the same time the trails seemed to represent inroads for the enemy, spiritually speaking. …Whatever these 4 light trails were, they were drawing other people into them. The light and explosion wanted to be seen. There was no hiding what was coming up that trail. These things were coming up clearly in the daylight.) … Now there was shock and awe for a while but there was also fear that was projected out by this explosion. (Once again, the clock tower at 4:10 represents we are counting towards the next event.) … Then there was sudden silence and it permeated the atmosphere. (Representing persecution of free speech or fear to speak out.) I saw the clock strike 4:15 and suddenly there was this alarm going off almost like a tornado siren. A long wail was … going across the entire nation. It wasn't just focused on one area, but … no one was hearing the alarm. (They were feeling alarmed which affected their ability to be rational.) People didn't seem to know what they heard. I could hear it in the dream but nobody else seemed to hear it. (So that silence was almost like people not knowing what was coming next, but that alarm was saying, “Hey there's something happening. Something's coming but there were still people covering their mouths and the explosions from the trail of whatever it was coming up from the from the border and then that sudden silence… and in the background, the wail of that siren.) Then the scene changed and I saw Churches of all shapes and sizes nationwide and they were surrounded by mobs of people screaming. They had placards and signs. ( This was more than just about the overturn of Roe V. Wade, this was more than just about Liberal agendas or drag queens talking to kids in libraries. These people were chanting hostile threats that they were going to burn the Churches down. (All of the anarchist, leftist groups taking this opportunity to bring down their enemies, the Christians.) They were going to kill the Christians. These were not idle threats.) They were saying, “We are going to kill you! We're going to burn your Church! We're going to do this or do that!” (This is one way D.S. Babylon destroyed the apostate people of God. And God's plan is to deliver His people from Babylonish religion so they may follow the Man-child reformers into the wilderness tribulation. Will it take burning some churches to accomplish this? Will it not scatter the people, hopefully to seek truth?) … They were all about 150 feet away and some maintained a distance. There was a bit of considerable difference between the protesters and the people yelling and screaming. Inside those Churches I could hear people leading others in prayer. But no one was praying very much out loud. There was no power, or authority in their prayers; it was just things like, “Oh God, you've got to help us. Oh God, can you save us? Oh God, look out there!” People in the Churches were looking out the windows and they were reporting, “Hey, the crowd's getting bigger! There's more people out there!” and yet at the same time nobody inside of the prayer circles were stepping up the prayer and being aggressive with it. (They have not been taught to pray with the authority of the promises of God. They are not used to getting answers to prayer either. This is why God wants the elect to "come out from among them” and seek true faith.) Suddenly, I saw five different churches: One in the Midwest, two in the Northeast, one in the Southeast and one in the Northwest. I saw one Church in each of those areas. (5 is the number of grace. It appears that some churches will find grace to escape.) Arrows were being fired into the crowd from the roof of those Churches with bow and arrows and each of the arrows scattered the hostile crowds. (Is this the way part of this attack can be annulled or is there more in this warning dream to be annulled?) They hit the pavement and they scattered the protesters and they began to flee. As I watched the people scrambling, I noticed the Archer on each of those five churches appeared to be the very same man firing those arrows from all five locations simultaneously with precision and care. (This one man is Jesus manifested in a corporate body of Man-child reformers who will defend what should be defended. In Esther, Mordecai meaning, “little man or man-child” was given authority over Haman and his army of haters of God's people, which turned the tide against them to save God's people. This is our Purim, our Passover.) 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Temas de hoy: Siguen los contagios por covid. Prueban nueva vacuna en Puerto Rico Despertamos con explosión en subestación de Jayuya. Nos acostamos con fuego en la de Santa Isabel La AEE recibió $44 millones de FEMA que se supone le “devuelva” a los abonados Maestros se ven obligados a retirar por culpa de las decisiones de la junta. Ahora el departamento los tiene que volver a traer a trabajar. Tribunal declara inconstitucional enmiendas a Ley Notarial Crece la evidencia sobre la complicidad de Trump en la insurrección del 6 de enero 2021 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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American Commitment's Phil Kerpen joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Thursday. Twitter: https://twitter.com/kerpen Phil Kerpen @kerpen: The CDC Is Breaking Trust in Childhood Vaccination https://twitter.com/kerpen/status/1544717464336044032 FEMA / COVID FUNERALS: FEMA Gives $2.6Billion in Covid Funeral Grants https://www.fema.gov/press-release/20220705/fema-covid-19-funeral-assistance-state-state-breakdown Phil Kerpen @kerpen: As of July 5, FEMA had given $2.6 billion in funeral grants for 419,000 decedents in the COVID death count. The average award is approximately $6,500.https://twitter.com/kerpen/status/1544487593571753984 / https://twitter.com/kerpen/status/1544696196907900928 MONKEYPOX VACCINES: DC Health @_DCHealth: Beginning at 1:00pm, eligible District residents can schedule appointments to get vaccinated for monkeypox. Appointments are required and can be scheduled today for Wednesday, Friday, and Monday. https://twitter.com/_DCHealth/status/1544320230977069058?t=b0it0gURUsshELMl-o1_jg&s=09 For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Success has to do with deliberate practice. Practice must be focused, determined, and in an environment where there's feedback,” said prominent writer, Malcom Gladwell.This was the idea behind the recent three-day exercise held in Indiana called “Operation Lights Out”.The exercise involved Emergency Managers from various entities in the Hoosier state along with officials from FEMA including this week's guest, Jessica Kindig.Jessica is the Emergency Management Coordinator for IUPUI and served as the main organizer for “Operation Lights Out”.In this episode, she recaps the exercise, the lessons learned, the improvement that was seen over the three days, and where the various Emergency Management entities in Indiana hope to go from here.Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.We are proud to endorse L3Harris and the BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: L3Harris.com/ResponderSupport.The Readiness Lab is trailblazing disaster readiness. Early access for the highly anticipated course emergency management response for dynamic populations is currently live. Think you have what it takes? Join us in Atlanta for an immersive experience. Space is limited to 40. Go to thereadinesslab.com/training to learn more.
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P.M. Edition for June 17. Flooding is the country's most common natural disaster, and FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program, the main provider of flood coverage in the U.S., has struggled to keep up with massive insurance payouts. Congress is considering proposals that would amount to the most drastic change to the program in its history. But some of the plans are meeting resistance. WSJ reporter Katy Stech Ferek joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices