The Food and Drug Administration's request for 75 years to fully release the information on how it approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has been shot down by a federal judge. The FDA now has just over 8 months to provide these documents for public review. U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman ordered the FDA to produce more than 12,000 pages of these documents before Jan. 31, and then release 55,000 pages every 30 days until all the documents are made public. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. ⭕️ Stay up-to-date with Josh with the Crossroads NEWSLETTER
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President Biden and Vice President Harris address the nation Thursday as we look back on the attack of the U.S. Capitol. It comes as two of the most conservative members of Congress plan a “Republican response” after former President Trump canceled his scheduled event. Plus, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell condemns Democrats for tying the Jan. 6th anniversary to voting rights. And the CDC signs off on Pfizer Covid vaccine boosters for adolescents. Yamiche Alcindor, Jonathan Karl, Katie Benner, Eugene Robinson, Bill Kristol and Dr. Celine Gounder join.
Wednesday, January 5, 2022 Subscribe: Get the Daily Update in your inbox for free 1/ The CDC's independent vaccine advisory committee recommended booster doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for 12- to 17-year olds. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky is expected to accept the recommendation and make it official policy later today. The ... Visit WTF Just Happened Today? for more news and headlines, brought to you by Matt Kiser. The WTFJHT Podcast is narrated and produced by Joe Amditis.
Welcome to January 4, which goes by many names. It’s National Trivia Day, according to nationaldaycalendar.com. It’s also National Spaghetti Day and National Missouri Day, two more pieces of information you might not necessarily need to know, but there you are. Another piece of information is that this is Charlottesville Community Engagement. Who is the host? Send me your best guess.Charlottesville Community Engagement is a service of Town Crier Productions that depends on contributions from readers and listeners. Sign up for free today and decide later if you’d like to support the show with a subscription. On today’s show:A winter storm has caused various delays and power outages through the region with the effects still being felt this morningThe ARB seeks changes to a three-story self-storage building proposed at the intersection of U.S. 250 and Crozet Avenue The Blue Ridge Health District will hold a town hall on the pandemic tonight, and people between the age of 12 and 15 are now eligible for the Pfizer boosterGovernor Youngkin appoints more staff as well as key positions in veteran services Virginia sets up a mortgage relief fund Today’s first subscriber-supported public service announcement goes out to Camp Albemarle, which has for sixty years been a “wholesome rural, rustic and restful site for youth activities, church groups, civic events and occasional private programs.”Located on 14 acres on the banks of the Moorman’s River near Free Union, Camp Albemarle continues as a legacy of being a Civilian Conservation Corps project that sought to promote the importance of rural activities. Camp Albemarle seeks support for a plan to winterize the Hamner Lodge, a structure built in 1941 by the CCC and used by every 4th and 5th grade student in Charlottesville and Albemarle for the study ecology for over 20 years. If this campaign is successful, Camp Albemarle could operate year-round. Consider your support by visiting their website to make a donation. Storm aftermathThousands of homes throughout the region continue to be without power a day after a winter storm charged through the area one day after temperatures in the sixties. Downed tree branches due to heavy snow have knocked out power lines. As of 9 a.m. this morning, Dominion Energy reported 21,152 customers without power in Albemarle and 4,619 customers in Charlottesville. Nearly all customers in Louisa remained without power as the sun rose. Around two-thirds of Fluvanna customers were without power. Consult their outage map for updated information. The storm canceled the meetings of both the Louisa County Board of Supervisors and the Charlottesville City Council. Louisa will meet tonight beginning at 5 p.m. to select a chair and vice chair before going into closed session. The new City Council will meet tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. to go into closed session before an open session scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Trash service in the city of Charlottesville was delayed yesterday and has been canceled for today. That will mean a two-day delay for city residents beginning tomorrow when Monday’s service will resume. The service week will conclude on Sunday. Learn more in this release.Elsewhere in Virginia, I-95 south of D.C. remains close at publication with reports of thousands of stranded drivers. That includes Senator Tim Kaine. Pandemic update: FDA approved Pfizer booster for 12+The omicron surge continues in Virginia with the Virginia Department of Health reporting another 15,449 new cases and the percent positivity statewide has now increased to 29.9 percent. The percent positivity in the Blue Ridge Health District is at 22.8 percent and there are 326 new cases. District officials will hold a virtual town hall meeting tonight beginning at 7 p.m. and the main topic is local guidance on new CDC rules related to quarantine and isolation following a diagnosis. (meeting info)On Monday, the Food and Drug Administration expanded the use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in three ways. Individuals between the age of 12 and 15 will soon be able to get a single booster dose. They’ve also allowed a shortening of the time between completing the first two doses and the booster to a minimum of five months. Thirdly, children between five and 11 with certain immunocompromised conditions will also be able for a third shot of the primary series. According to a press release, the FDA analyzed data from Israel where the booster has been authorized for those between 12 and 15. They argue the data shows the benefits of protection from new variants outweighs the potential risks. Virginia Mortgage Relief If you or someone you know is having trouble paying your mortgage, the Commonwealth of Virginia has a new relief program. Applications are now open for the program, which follows on the heels of the Virginia Rent Relief Program. “The Commonwealth has implemented rent and mortgage relief programs through designated state and federal resources,” reads a press release from outgoing Governor Ralph Northam. “Combined, these programs have provided more than $519.5 million in 106,621 rent relief payments for more than 76,500 households across Virginia.”The funding source for the new program comes from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Homeowner’s Assistance Fund. To be eligible, households need to demonstrate a reduction of income after January of 2020. For more information, visit virginiamortgagerelief.com.Youngkin names top staff, two key Veterans’ positionsGovernor-elect Glenn Youngkin will take office in less than two weeks, and he continues to flesh out his cabinet. Yesterday he names a chief of staff and other top positions. Richard Cullen will serve as Counselor, Jeff Goettman will serve as Chief of Staff, and Rebecca Glover will be Assistant Chief of Staff and Communications Director. Eric Moeller will be the Chief Transformation Officer. Cullen is a senior partner at the law firm McGuireWoods who served as Attorney General in 1997. Previous clients have included former Vice President Mike Pence and former FIFA president Sepp Blatter. Learn more about the appointments in a release on the transition website.This morning, Youngkin appointed Craig Crenshaw to serve as his Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs. Crenshaw is a former marine who is currently the president of Claxton Logistics Services. Dan Gade will be the Commissioner of the Department of Veterans Services. Gade is a veteran of the second Iraq War who lost his right leg in 2005. He is the co-founder of The Independence Project and was also the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in the 2020 race won by Senator Mark Warner. More 2022 General Assembly bills Eight days to go until the 2022 General Assembly begins, and volume of pre–filed bills is still low enough to report. Once the session begins, action moves fast. Senator John Cosgrove (R-Chesapeake) filed a bill requiring the state Registrar to amend death certificates within 30 days if there is new evidence and information. (SB55)Senator Barbara Favola (D-Arlington) filed legislation to establish a Foster Care Prevention program intended to encourage children to be placed with relatives. (SB56)Senator Favola has another bill that would establish the School Health Services Committee to provide guidance on any proposals that might require local school boards to provide health services. (SB62)Senator Mamie Locke (D-Hampton) filed a bill to amend the State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act to exempt gift tickets or admission fees if the responsible person is using them to perform official duties. (SB57)Delegate Ronnie Campbell (R-24) wants to add zoos to the list of entities from which animals can be seized if they are being treated cruelly. (HB53)Incoming Delegate Karen Greenhalgh (R-85) would require absentee ballots to sorted by precinct. (HB54)Greenhalgh also submitted a bill to require the State Registrar of Vital Records to transmit a list of recent deaths to the Department of Elections on a weekly basis for the purpose of taking the deceased off the voter rolls. Currently they must do so monthly. (HB55)Delegate Bill Wiley (R-29) filed a bill to provide enhanced retirement benefits for juvenile detention specialists. (HB56)Incoming Delegate Tim Anderson (R-83) would limit the power of a governor’s declaration of emergency to 45 days without General Assembly approval. (HB57)Delegate Glenn Davis (R-84) has a bill that would prevent localities from placing minimum wage and benefit requirements when procuring services from contractors. (HB58)Delegate John McGuire (R-56) would require school principals to notify law enforcement of any acts that could be construed as a misdemeanor. (HB59)McGuire has another bill seeking permission for the Town of Louisa to appoint five to seven members to an economic development authority. Currently the code specifies seven. (HB60)McGuire has another bill that would allow individuals who work as both an employee and a volunteer for a public entity to be able to earn overtime for the employment portion of their service. (HB61)Senator Travis Hackworth (R-38) filed a bill to require the chief of police of a dissolved department to relinquish records to the sheriff of that locality. Seems specific. (SB59)Hackworth has another bill that would move the deadline for political subdivisions to provide information on emergency sheltering capacity to the State Coordinator of Emergency Management from May to August. (SB60)Hackworth also filed legislation to allow judges, law-enforcement officers, attorneys, and judges to carry concealed weapons in areas where they may otherwise be prohibited. (SB61)Distilleries would be allowed to sell products directly to consumers via the Internet if a bill from Senator Frank Ruff (R-15) becomes law. (SB65)Today’s second subscriber-supported public service announcement: The Charlottesville Jazz Society at cvillejazz.org is dedicated to the promotion, preservation, and perpetuation of all that jazz, and there’s no time like now to find a time to get out and watch people love to play. The Charlottesville Jazz Society keeps a running list of what’s coming up at cvillejazz.org. This Thursday, the Charles Owens Trio will play Potter’s Craft Cider and on Saturday the Eric Franzen Trio plays at Early Mountain Vineyards. Sign up today to see the rest!Further delays for Smith Aquatic CenterJanuary 3 had been the expected reopening day for the Smith Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville, but further repair is needed for the facility which opened in 2010. However, a release that went out this morning now states that Smith will remain closed until a “spring 2022 reopening.”Smith has been plagued with ventilation issues since soon after it opened. According to a 2015 Daily Progress article, the facility closed for several weeks in 2015 for installation of new exhaust systems. The pool closed again in April 2019 for repairs and was slated to be closed in the spring of 2020 for a $1.8 million repair that has not yet been completed. Crow Indoor Pool is open. ARB seeks smaller scale for Crozet self-storage facilityThe winter storm yesterday ended up canceling all three of the government meetings scheduled including the Albemarle Architectural Review Board. That group last met on December 20 when they weighed in on a self-storage facility proposed for the intersection of U.S. 250 and Crozet Avenue. Margaret Maliszewski is a planning manager who works with the ARB. (watch the meeting)“The proposed building is three stories tall with a 30,000 square foot footprint,” Maliszewski said. “The building as shown on the plan measures 260 feet by 120 feet.”Staff is concerned about the size of the building in relation to what’s around it. Maliszewski said the developer submitted a design with architectural treatments intended to break down the design, but continued to have concerns with the preliminary design. The property is zoned for highway commercial, so the use is allowed but must comply with entrance corridor guidelines. Doug Bates, a member of the Downtown Crozet Initiative and the Crozet Community Advisory Committee. During public comment, he said the project is not consistent with a Crozet Master Plan that seeks to build larger structures closer to downtown and now on U.S. 250.“I can’t think of a more important corridor to deal with Crozet and I would urge this Architectural Review Board to consider your broader responsibilities to keep the community coherent,” Bates said. Another member of the public urged the county to deny the whole proposal. “I think we’re giving too much importance to by-right and not enough to what really needs to go there,” said Brenda Plantz. “It’s a Scenic Highway.” However, Virginia law is clear that property owners are entitled to uses laid out in the zoning code as explained by ARB Chair Dade Van Der Werf. “I think I can speak on behalf of the board to say we certainly appreciate and share the appreciation that this is a significant intersection on these entrance corridors and I think our charge on the ARB aligns with the desire for coherence in the order of the county,” van der Werf said. “We are not empowered to affect zoning or use. That’s kind of the responsibility of the Planning and other commissions.”However, ARB members did express concerns such as this one from Frank Stoner.“I took struggle with the scale of this building,” Stoner said. “It’s very close to the intersection. If there was a way to push it back on the site and make it sort of an ancillary use to something more appropriate that was on the corner, I think I could be supportive.” ARB member Fred Missel also wanted to look very closely to see how the entrance corridor guidelines could be applied at this location.“In my opinion, this project is precisely an example of what the guidelines are designed to help us guard against,” Missel said. “I think we have to not only take our guidelines seriously but also ask the applicant to spend some significant amount of time looking through our guidelines, really understanding them, reflecting on them, and addressing them both visually and also narratively the next time we speak if its in a work session which I think is probably smart.” Missel said the ARB cannot comment on the use but said the scale is incompatible with the county’s guidelines. The ARB voted 4-0 on a resolution stating their lack of support with one member recusing himself. 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On the first trading day of 2022, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to expect from stocks this year after a bullish 2021. Carl and Jim returned to the NYSE for the first time since testing positive for COVID. The anchors discussed the challenges the country faces as the omicron variant outbreak accelerates – as well as developments including The FDA decision to authorize Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shots for children as young as twelve. Cramer says "I am done begging people to get vaccinated." The big stock story: Tesla shares surge after the company announced record fourth-quarter vehicle deliveries and an 87% jump in 2021 deliveries from a year ago. Also in focus: Wall Street's bullish calls on the chip sector, AT&T and Verizon reject the FAA's request to delay the launch of 5G services -- and Apple resumes its march toward a $3 trillion market cap.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Susan Francia's mother, Dr. Kate Karikó, has seen her lifelong work come to fruition in the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Karikó's dedication to her research amidst adversity inspired her daughter, who became an elite rower and Olympian. In a re-air of one our favorite episodes, ESPN's Julie Foudy once again takes us through the story of Dr. Karikó's perseverance, her mRNA breakthroughs behind the vaccine, and the mother-daughter relationship at the center of the E:60 feature “What We're Made Of.”
The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 144*Evidence of a dark matter free galaxyAstronomers think they've found evidence of a dark matter free galaxy.*Asteroid Eurybates reveals some of its secretsAstronomers have used the blink of a distant star to determine the size of an asteroid in orbit near Jupiter.*Russia launches classified military satelliteRussia has launched a classified military payload into orbit. The mission was launched aboard a Soyuz 2-1b rocket from the Plesetsk cosmodrome in northern Russia.*Astra finally reach orbit on their latest attemptCalifornia company Astra Space have finally achieved orbit incertion with their latest rocket launch attempt.*The Science ReportThree in five people have some sort of mild reaction to their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.People who have had the Pfizer COVID-19 booster jab are 10 times less likely to get infected.A daily dose of yoghurt could help fight high blood pressure.Scientists have discovered the first millipede with more than a thousand legs.Alex on Tech: Counting down to CES.This episode of SpaceTime is brought to you with the support of NordVPN…The world's leading VPN provider. Making your online data unreadable to others. Check them out and get the special holiday season discount offer (73% off), plus help support SpaceTime… visit https://nordvpn.com/stuartgary or use the coupon code STUARTGARY at checkout. Thank you…Listen to SpaceTime with our universal listen link: https://link.chtbl.com/spacetime For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen too. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial-free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version is now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.https://bitesz.comhttps://spacetimewithstuartgary.com
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On the final trading day before Christmas, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks aiming for a third straight day of gains, as investors shrug off worries about the omicron variant. Cramer weighs in on the "Santa Claus Rally" and explains why "it's very much an Nvidia market." The anchors discussed the FDA's authorization of Merck and Ridgeback Therapeutics' COVID-19 antiviral pill for emergency use -- one day after Pfizer's version was approved by the agency. Carl, Jim and David also reacted to President Biden's comments to ABC News: He said he doesn't think the shortage of at-home COVID tests is "a failure." Also in focus: Chinese stocks under pressure after Tencent announced it is slashing its stake in JD.com, Nikola shares soar after the EV startup said it completed its first electric vehicle delivery, and David's exclusive interview with Disney's Bob Iger on the future of sports rights.
Current treatments for the disease have to be administered at a hospital or clinic, but this new pill can be taken at home. The U.S has spent billions to secure doses of the drug in advance, but questions remain. What about countries that can't afford to spend that much? Will they have access? We look into the software vulnerability that has companies shaken. Diane Swonk joins us for our daily look at the markets on a data-heavy day.
Current treatments for the disease have to be administered at a hospital or clinic, but this new pill can be taken at home. The U.S has spent billions to secure doses of the drug in advance, but questions remain. What about countries that can't afford to spend that much? Will they have access? We look into the software vulnerability that has companies shaken. Diane Swonk joins us for our daily look at the markets on a data-heavy day.
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/SZG20jo_yII You've heard about it on TV and radio, and the headlines trumpet something like “Pfizer says its CoVid pill is near 90% effective.” Well….. let's take a closer look at the available data Pfizer's Paxlovid is combination therapy including a novel protease inhibitor nirmatrelvir or PF-07321332 and an antiviral cytochrome inhibitor Ritonavir. When these two drugs in separate pills are taken every 12 hours for 5 days beginning within the first days after symptom onset, they prevent hospitalizations and deaths for high-risk persons by 89%. High risk would be older patients and those with complicating medical problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This according to a new analysis of 2200 participants. An earlier study showed the Paxlovid drug combo to be 70% effective for those in a standard risk category. This is exciting news, but there is a sketchy side. First, all the information we see, hear, and read only comes from Pfizer press releases not from their actual submission to the FDA for the Emergency Use Authorization. As a medical journalist with NIH research experience, I want to see the actual data. Then there is what we don't know about the Pfizer CoVid pill. What will suppressing rather than preventing CoVid do regarding long CoVid? Will the pill prevent the lingering symptoms of fatigue, fogginess, and chronic aching? Will Paxlovid prevent CoVid from damaging your vital organs including your lungs with chronic scarring and slow suffocation, your heart with myocarditis and congestive heart failure, your brain with encephalitis, your kidneys with renal failure, your liver with cirrhosis, and your pancreas with diabetes. The better strategy is to avoid contracting the many variants of CoVid in the first place by maintaining immunity against CoVid by vaccination and timely boosting, by strategic and sometimes double masking, and by avoiding virus aerosols indoors and in dense crowds. https://bit.ly/321lkyS https://sites.dartmouth.edu/dujs/2021/12/08/pfizers-new-covid-19-drug-paxlovid/ #CoVid #pfizer #proteaseinhibitor #paxlovid #bigpharma CoVid, pfizer, proteaseinhibitor, paxlovid, bigpharma
The CDC is recommending the use of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines over the J&J jab because of a possible rare blood clot issue. Johnson & Johnson says it “remains confident in the overall positive benefit-risk profile” of its vaccine. Which vaccine did you get? Does this news worry you? Dr. Cody Meissner from Tufts Medical Center joins Dan to shed some light on the vaccines.
There's a call for a nationwide vaccination day in schools once the Covid-19 jab for children gains final approval. Medsafe has granted provisional approval for the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 years. Cabinet will have the final say. Ngāti Hine Health Trust chief executive Geoff Milner says Māori and Pasifika health providers should be at the forefront of a rollout in schools.
In the first half hour we have special guest Dana Broussard. Dana became paralyzed after getting the Hepatitus B vaccine by order of employment for California Department of Corrections. In the second half hour, we welcome on Ernest Ramirez, a father who lost his 16-year-old son just 5 days after taking the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. Support Dana's medical care costs at her donation page here: https://givesendgo.com/danabroussard Support Ernest at his donation landing page here: https://givesendgo.com/G28FK Join us for this imperative show and hear their stories that the mainstream media, the medical and pharmaceutical establishment, and the tyrants at the FDA and CDC don't want you to know. If you want to support the show, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/cd-donate The REAWAKENING series is a Christian docuseries set to be released November 15th! The film is the product of Patriot filmmakers Joy and Matthew Thayer, owners of Spero Pictures, who also produced "The Trump I Know." This film is a must watch for every Proud American as it details the truth surrounding the Cabal agenda that has been unleashed on us all. Go to https://reawakeningseries.com/ and use promo code CD21 when you pre-order RE:AWAKENING for 10% off and to be entered for a chance to WIN 2 VIP tickets to the REAWAKEN AMERICA TOUR and get an exclusive BACKSTAGE PASS to meet Gen. Flynn and the other speakers. ($1,000 value). Liberty Cigars is a Patriot owned business with an extensive line of historically themed individual cigars and cigar collections including the Commander Series, Founders Series, and the Presidents Series. All packaging is proudly made in the USA by American workers. A truly unique gift for both cigar and history lovers. All orders over $76 will receive a free Patrick Henry cigar, the perfect gift for anyone who says, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" this holiday season. Use code BEFREE at www.libertycigars.com Today's podast is again sponsored by AirMedCare Network! Do you live in a rural area that's hard to reach by road? Do you like to hike or spend a lot of time outdoors? Health insurance wont always cover the cost of an emergency medical flight. But with AirMedCare Network, you're covered! For as little as $85 per year, your WHOLE household will be covered in case you ever need an air medical transport. And if you use Promo Code DAILY, you will receive up to a $50 eGift Card back when you sign up today! You can sign up right here: https://www.airmedcarenetwork.com/daily If you want to support Mike Lindell and our show, use promo code CD21 to get up to 66% off at https://www.mypillow.com/radiospecials or by placing your order over the phone at 800-872-0627. When you use promo code CD21, a Queen Sized MyPillow is just $29, the cheapest it has ever been! Make sure you Like, Comment, and Share! Text FREEDOM to 89517 to get added to our text list to receive notifications when we go Live! Please make sure you join our newsletter to receive our action alerts: https://bit.ly/joinconservativedaily Conservative Daily is on Rumble! https://rumble.com/user/ConservativeDaily We are now also going to be streaming on dlive! Check us out here: https://dlive.tv/ConservativeDaily Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Subscribe to our daily podcast at Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ConservativeDailyPodcast on Google Podcasts (for Android users): https://bit.ly/CDPodcastGoogle We are also available on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2wD8YleiBM8bu0l3ahBLDN And on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/conservative-daily-podcast/PC:37034 And on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-conservative-daily-podcast-53710765/ on TuneIn: https://tunein.com/radio/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-p1350272/ And on Podbean: https://conservative.podbean.com/ And now also on Audible! https://www.audible.com/pd/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJQQ4M Support Joe Oltmann in his legal battle against Eric Coomer: https://givesendgo.com/defendjoeoltmann
More Americans are now eligible for COVID-19 booster doses as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved the Pfizer vaccine booster for 16- and 17-year-olds late last week. Previously, only those 18 and older were eligible.Early research suggests that a booster dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine improves protection against severe disease caused by the omicron variant, according to Pfizer.Mayo Clinic experts say, regardless of the variant, prevention of infection works. Getting a booster offers the highest protection possible against COVID-19."Omicron infection rates are picking up rapidly," says Dr. Gregory Poland, head of Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group. "If we do not take the proper precaution over the holiday, we are going to see a January omicron surge."Dr. Poland explains that there are two threats — delta and omicron COVID-19 variants — but there is a solution. "Masking and boosting — those are key to protecting yourself and your family."On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Poland discusses the latest on COVID-19 variants and shares advice on how to stay safe this holiday season.
The January 6 Committee finds damning information in memos from Trump's campaign lawyer the day before the attack on the Capitol, advising that the then Vice President Mike Pence could “ignore the Electoral Count Act and stop the certification process when they reach Arizona”. With new evidence emerging that Trump met with several of his aides to discuss the ‘Stop The Steal Rally' and who would be speaking at it, are we getting closer to the truth? CNN's Laura Coates and Charlie Dent join to give their perspectives. The CDC authorizes the Pfizer Covid vaccine booster for anyone over 16 and reports that although the Omicron variant is more transmissible than Delta, most cases have been mild, with most of those infected having already been vaccinated. Plus, Georgia GOP Governor candidate David Perdue files a lawsuit over the 2020 election embracing the now widely debunked fraud claims, and at least two people are dead after tornadoes touch down in Arkansas. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
New York's Attorney General Letitia James wants to question former president Donald Trump under oath early next month, as part of her probe into Trump's business practices. The CDC is now recommending booster shots of the Pfizer COVID vaccine booster for 16 and 17 year-olds. The parents of two sisters who survived last month's Michigan school shooting are suing the school district and school personnel, including a teacher.
Australia's national medicines regulator has provisionally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as five years old. SBS takes a closer look at what we know so far about Australia's COVID-19 vaccines for children aged five to 11. - Pfizer-rokote on väliaikaisesti hyväksytty yli 5-vuotiaiden lasten rokotukseen ja rokotteen jakelun arvioidaan alkavan tammikuussa. SBS tarkastelee lähemmin tähänastisia tietoja Australiassa saatavilla olevien rokotteiden sopivuudesta 5-11 vuotiaille lapsille.
Venezuela used to be a thriving and prosperous Latin American nation. Its citizens enjoyed a quality of life, and immigrants flocked there to better their situation. All of that changed abruptly when socialism took over the Venezuelan government.The once flourishing country quickly became an example for other nations as to what happens when socialism is allowed to run rampant. Violent crime skyrocketed, people lost their lives and livelihoods, and neighbors began to view each other as rivals for ever-diminishing resources.Yet, many Americans, blissfully ignorant of the ravages of socialism, want to bring it to the United States. When they hear the word socialism, they think of "free" college and health care, as promised by politicians such as Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.Venezuelan Daniel Di Martino has seen firsthand the horrors inflicted by socialism in his homeland, and wants to educate people about what it's really like."In Venezuela, about 30,000 people get killed every year of murder. My aunt got kidnapped one time, and when she went to report the kidnapping in the police station, one of the police officers was one of the kidnappers," Di Martino said."It's a country destroyed by socialist policies, so it's very hard to find food, very hard to find basic necessities," he added. "So, you have to make lines for hours. You have to bribe people. You have to be corrupt. It's not a good place to live. And so, that's why I'm very grateful to have been able to come to America."Di Martino joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to share his experiences with life in socialist Venezuela, as well as to offer his advice on how to educate Americans about the dangers of the ideology.We also cover these stories: President Joe Biden pushes world leaders to bolster democracy during a virtual "Summit for Democracy."The Food and Drug Administration authorizes booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 16- and 17-year-olds.The parents of two girls who survived the Oxford High School shooting near Detroit file two $100 million lawsuits against the school district in federal court. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The FDA has authorized the Pfizer Covid booster shots for 16 and 17-year-olds - but it's for emergency use! The FDA says that with both the Delta and Omicron variants continuing to spread, vaccination remains the best protection against COVID-19. And now Pfizer says that you may need to get a 4th shot?! Lou breaks down what it all means for you!
Thursday, December 9, 2021: Reality television's Josh Duggar has been found guilty on child porn charges, video shows a wrong-way-driver crash on Interstate 90, Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shots are one step closer to being approved for 16 and 17 year olds, bill to legalize sports betting in Ohio sits on Governor DeWine's desk, Mack Wilson jokes about punting for the Browns on Sunday, where to see holiday lights in Northeast Ohio, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: Jury finds Josh Duggar guilty of downloading and possessing child porn https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/jury-finds-josh-duggar-guilty-of-downloading-and-possessing-child-porn/527-12c283eb-4369-4c55-aeb4-87cc12441c06 Watch: ODOT camera captures head-on crash between semi and vehicle on I-90 East in Cleveland https://www.wkyc.com/video/traffic/watch-odot-camera-captures-head-on-crash-between-semi-and-vehicle-on-i-90-east-in-cleveland/95-25c6c50f-cbff-4af6-8b40-29cf12a8bc6b Woman ejected in wrong-way crash with semi on I-90 East https://www.wkyc.com/article/traffic/i-90-east-closed-crash-east-185th-street-ohio/95-fc466dd7-ce9b-4dbb-9722-51927721a52d COVID-19 in Ohio: State reports 8,500 new cases in the last 24 hours https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-numbers/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 FDA expands Pfizer COVID booster, opens extra dose to age 16 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/fda-expands-pfizer-covid-booster-age-16/507-d611dbcf-9286-4190-b98e-e38c5a7b294b Cleveland Clinic researchers say Viagra drug could significantly reduce the likelihood of developing Alzheimer's https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/cleveland-clinic-viagra-alzheimers-disease-study/95-7607f15a-e0b2-47ed-9a04-f83d3dab8ac8 Ohio House and Senate pass sports betting bill; awaits governor's approval https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/ohio-passes-sports-betting-bill/95-df814dda-6493-437b-9f55-284221b9af40 Cleveland Browns place P Jamie Gillan, LB Anthony Walker Jr. on COVID-19 list https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/cleveland-browns-place-jamie-gillan-anthony-walker-jr-on-covid-19-list/95-62ff2de1-956e-4e7d-8cf8-e1a0f2d7e4f7 Cleveland Browns LB Mack Wilson pleads to punt with Jamie Gillan on COVID-19 list https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/browns-mack-wilson-lobbies-to-punt/95-25378e2e-b168-43c3-85fa-3c3ea9391251 Medina quarterback Drew Allar honored as Ohio's Mr. Football for 2021 https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/high-school/hs-football/medina-quarterback-drew-allar-honored-ohio-mr-football-2021/95-53c577cd-041e-4f60-b821-fd2973946527 Jay Crawford DIY: Protect your mailbox from plow truck damage this winter https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/television/programs/whats-new/jay-crawford-diy-protect-mailbox-plow-truck-damage/95-c9cc7c7d-7e20-4f32-9751-1b9ea8679cda Dancing Christmas lights take over North Ridgeville home https://www.wkyc.com/video/life/holidays/dancing-christmas-lights-take-over-north-ridgeville-home/95-953247b0-0b5e-42b2-875f-73d19b47485b Dazzling neighborhood holiday lights display along Seabury Avenue in Fairview Park draws crowds, brings the community together for a good cause https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/holidays/holiday-season/holiday-lights-display-northeast-ohio-seabury-avenue-fairview-park/95-22669e93-bc55-4ec9-a4a4-cdb22b808009 Are cats psychopaths? New research says, probably https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/animals/cats-psychopaths-research/67-9b724c98-3656-48d8-8da9-7b31985daf25
On this week's episode, we kick off the conversation with an update on what researchers are discovering about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, including new findings from a study involving the Pfizer Covid vaccine. Then, we'll shift the talk to this week's blockbuster STAT story about Biogen and the all the behind-the-scenes turmoil caused by its controversial treatment for Alzheimer's.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is saying that it needs a full 75 years in order to fully release all data concerning the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19. Previously, the FDA claimed it needed 55 years to release vaccine information such as safety, efficacy, test protocols, and adverse reaction reports, among other data. Read Full Article Here!
Australia's national medicines regulator has provisionally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as five years old. - 米国ではすでに、5歳から11歳までの子どもへのワクチン接種が始まっています。オーストラリアでは諮問機関ATAGIの承認が得られれば、来月10日にも接種プログラムが始まる見通しです。
There is some good news -- potentially -- to report on the omicron variant: early lab data shows the current Pfizer COVID vaccines more-or-less hold up, but the key might getting that booster shot -- so we will go In Depth. What if we told you that a potential COVID infection could be knocked down..........by chewing some gum. Well, not just *any* gum ... but a kind laced with a special protein. And should we be feeling a little nervous today after a swarm of over 40 earthquakes struck off of Oregon's coast ... in an area that's infamous for big, destructive quakes? After a very violent 2020, several major cities are poised to go past last year's homicide total............and there are still three weeks to go in 2021. We'll look at the violent crime crisis. And then a crisis of a different kind: mental health among American teenagers .... rates of depression and suicide attempts are soaring. Then ... later on... brace yourselves for what could be one of the most expensive holiday seasons that we've seen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kim and Producer Steve begin the show discussing government induced inflation, the silent thief very visible at the gas pump. Sunday's America's Veteran's Stories will feature Marine Veteran Marty Letellier who served in the Korean War and fought at the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, November 27-December 13, 1940. The show broadcasts Sunday at 3pm on KLZ 560 FM, KLZ 100.7 FM, the KLZ website, and the KLZ app. Sunday evening at 10pm will be a rebroadcast of Kim’s interview with Retired Army Major General John Raaen, a World War II veteran who was on Omaha Beach on D-Day. A third show is broadcast at 10pm on Saturday featuring Marine Vietnam War Veteran Bear Owen. Affordable, reliable, efficient and abundant energy empowers everyday Americans to thrive and prosper. PBIs, (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties ) are manipulating and increasing the price of fuel through rules and regulations. The Clinton Foundation donations are reduced to a trickle as donors can no longer buy political influence. The 16th Amendment began taxing income in the United States. The right to deduct qualified expenses gives influence and power to wealthy individuals. Kim suggests a total tax (Federal, State, County, Municipal, Property, etc.) of 10% so that we will reclaim the power of the people to decide they spend their money instead of PBIs forcing higher taxes to fund federal agencies and bureaucrats. Kim and Producer Steve continue their review of current issues. Colorado Springs Districts 11 and 20 reverse mask mandates, one key issue they campaigned on. Biden's administration is dealt another blow as a judge blocks nationwide mandatory vaccinations for federal contractors. This is one of many examples where the American Idea and the judicial system are being tested. The World Health Organization states that there is no evidence that booster shots will give greater COVID protection to individuals. Xcel Energy used political influence (both sides of the aisle) to implement rules and regulations to shut down Colorado's coal industry. PBIs are using the same template to destroy Colorado's oil and gas industry. FDA says it will take 55 years to release the Pfizer COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus documents. A recent article examines the reality of mask mandates and the tyrannical use of power. Sen. Bennett receives a donation from a key influencer with ties to Russia and the pipeline Nord Stream 2. Is Bennett working for lobbyists or his constituents? Kim voices support for Adam Andrzeyewski with Open the Books. He has a petition that will require Congressional members to sign an affidavit that they have read a bill before voting on it. The state of Colorado reports they have about $73 million in fraudulent unemployment claims. Taxpayers' money is being used to for COVID-19 contact tracing.
Australia's national medicines regulator has provisionally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 5 years old. SBS takes a closer look at what we know so far about Australia's COVID-19 vaccines for children. - Australijski terapeutyczny organ regulacyjny TGA tymczasowo zatwierdził szczepionkę Pfizer przeciw COVID-19 dla dzieci w wieku powyżej 5 lat. Oto co wiemy o dostępnych w Australii szczepionkach przeciw COVID-19 dla dzieci w tej grupie wiekowej.
Australia's national medicines regulator has provisionally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as five years old. - Kamakailan ibinigay ng national medicines regulator ng Australya ang provisional approval sa pag gamit ng bakunang Pfizer kontra COVID-19 sa mga bata mula lima hangang labing isang taong gulang
Court orders FDA to release a confidential report on Pfizer Covid vaccine trials. Over 1200 deaths in the first three months! Mainstream media blackout! Also, find out which members of Congress voted to let feds track whether you're vaccinated on today's episode of the Doc Washburn Show!
Omicron, a new COVID-19 variant of concern, has been detected in all regions of the world, including North America. While research and clinical observations on the new strain are underway, it is not yet known what impact, if any, omicron will have on the immune response, transmissibility, or specific COVID-19 treatments.The emergence of omicron is a reminder to take important steps to protect yourself against COVID-19."The answer is masking and boosters," says Dr. Gregory Poland, head of Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group. Dr. Poland is encouraged by vaccine booster rates in the U.S. "In a relatively short period of time, about 36% of adults who are eligible have indeed gotten a booster," says Dr. Poland. "There's plenty of vaccine available. So in the strongest possible terms, I would recommend getting that booster."Adults who are six months past completing their initial Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination series are eligible to receive a booster dose, as are adults who are two months past completing their initial dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Poland discusses the omicron variant and COVID-19 boosters, and he answers some listener questions.
Since the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization of the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, more than two million children have been vaccinated. Public health officials are highlighting the importance of providing vaccines to low income and minority communities that have been hit hardest by COVID. Stephanie Sy visited one of those communities in Phoenix, Arizona. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
[00:30] Communist Infiltration (28 minutes) Joe Biden's nominee to head up the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is a Moscow-educated, Soviet-born woman named Saule Omarova. Omarova, who participates in Marxist groups on social media, believes the government should work to bankrupt oil companies and that everyone should be forced to use one central bank. The Biden administration isn't at all worried about nominating a Marxist to oversee the U.S. banking system. Since Biden's entry into the White House, the Communist agenda has come out of the shadows and is now proudly celebrated in nearly every institution in America. [28:10] Pfizer's Cover-up (3 minutes) The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) reviewed 329,000 pages of documents in 108 days before approving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. One government accountability group would like to see the documents the FDA used to approve the never-before-used mRNA vaccine. The FDA says it may be able to release that data in 500-page batches over the next 55 years. What are they hiding? [31:25] Bible Study: Human Nature's Impact on the World (23 minutes) Most people today assume human beings are fundamentally good. That assumption does not line up with what the Bible teaches. The Bible teaches that “the heart is deceitful above all things” and that it is “desperately wicked” (Jeremiah 17:9). Other verses describe what man views as righteous is just “filthy rags” (Isaiah 64:6). Understanding human nature and its real source is one key to learning why this world is in its present state.
In response to a Freedom of Information Act request, the FDA has asked a federal judge to give it 55 years to release the data related to the Pfizer COVID vaccine. You read that correctly, it will take 55 years for the public to know the truth about the vaccine trials. One has to wonder what those documents will show if they don't want to release them for over half a century. Doesn't seem like it could be anything good. The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial banned MSNBC from the courtroom after one of the network's freelancers was caught allegedly following the jury bus. Of course, the news outlet claims it's all a misunderstanding and they definitely weren't going to reveal the identities of the jurors. Surely, we can trust the word of the corporate press because their intentions are always pure. We're joined in-studio by Eliza Bleu, a human trafficking survivor and advocate, and Jaco Booyens, author, speaker, BlazeTV contributor, and host of “The Jaco Booyens Show.” Eliza Bleu: Twitter - @ElizaBleu Jaco Booyens: Twitter - @BooyensJaco YouTube - @Jaco Booyens Host - The Jaco Booyens Show Genucel: Elijah and Sydney love these products and from now until Thanksgiving, you can see the difference yourself with 60% OFF on all Genucel Packages. Just go to https://www.lovegenucel.com/youarehere to get 60% off packages. Note: The content of this video does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of local health officials for any COVID vaccine questions & concerns. Subscribe to You Are Here YouTube: https://bit.ly/2XNLhQw Watch MORE You Are Here on BlazeTV: https://bit.ly/38WB2vw Check out Elijah Schaffer's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3C0yWH8 Check out Sydney Watson's YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2YIedK5 Follow Sydney Watson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SydneyLWatson Follow Elijah Schaffer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris Reykdal wanted kids to see inappropriate lessons in school in a sexual regard, They install fear when fear is not real and prevents the real information from getting to you, The media creates struggles that do not exist, Society makes it so that people suffering from gender dysphoria will not be okay until they get injected with wrong sex hormones, // FDA asks court for 55 years to fully release Pfizer covid data, 8-9 ad spots in big media is by Big Pharma // JUST A FEW MORE THINGS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For obvious reasons, pandemics are pretty hot news right now. And it seems every few weeks, we see headlines about a possible new outbreak of potentially pandemic proportions. Thankfully, we haven't seen any new disease outbreaks yet, but it doesn't mean it won't happen sometime in the future. So what should we make of recent stories revealing a jump in avian influenza cases in 2021, and how likely is it that we'll be facing down a new pandemic anytime soon? Also on today's show: * A bit of a deeper dive into a recent article/story in the British Medical Journal, alleging issues with a trial site and its phase three trials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Today begins with some good news about widespread approval of the Pfizer vaccine booster, and an agreement for international use of the Pfizer COVID antiviral pill. Next, hear about the bizarre jury lottery selection process approved by the judge in Kyle Rittenhouse's case. Finally, the House of Representatives will vote on a resolution to censure Paul Gosar for his vile AOC tweet, and Wyoming Republicans voted to disavow Liz Cheney as a member of their party. Resources/Articles mentioned in this episode: NYT: The F.D.A. plans to authorize Pfizer-BioNTech boosters for all adults as soon as Thursday Axios: Pfizer agrees to share recipe for COVID-19 pill Chicago Sun Times: No verdict after daylong deliberations by Kyle Rittenhouse jury CNN: House plans to vote Wednesday to censure Paul Gosar and strip him of committee assignments WaPo: Wyoming GOP says it will no longer recognize Liz Cheney as a Republican after she criticized Trump
New data this week showed the Consumer Price Index (CPI) had gone up 6.2% in October, from a year ago, becoming the biggest inflation surge in more than 30 years. The White House is insisting that the infrastructure bill that recently passed in Congress and the social spending bill that Congress is still working on will ease inflation, but is more big government spending really the answer? Former economic adviser to President Trump, Stephen Moore joins to explains why he is a critic of President Biden's economic policy and why he thinks it will only cause inflation to go up more. As of last week, children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Since then about a million children have had their first dose. The vaccination push for kids comes as many families are getting ready to gather for the holidays. Senior Director, of New York City's System-wide Special Pathogens Program, Dr. Syra Madad weighs in on the latest coronavirus guidance, what she's hearing from parents about getting their kids vaccinated and her thoughts on family gatherings for the holiday season.
Steve discusses the recent news of an FDA panel approving the Pfizer COVID vaccine for kids ages 5-11. Then, the team plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on a number of topics including the NFL, vaccine mandates, and Lindsey Graham's next booster. Finally, Daniel Horowitz joins the program to discuss the most recent, concerning data from around the world on the vaccine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FDA advisors recommend Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses for kids 5 to 11. Democrats say a tax on billionaires probably will be part of a plan to pay for the Biden social spending plan. And some defendants charged in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol plan to act as their own attorney in court.
Tonight on the Last Word: President Biden campaigns with Terry McAuliffe in Virginia. Also, election officials detail intimidation and death threats. Plus, an FDA panel recommends the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. And Toni Morrison's Pulitzer Prize-winning “Beloved” is at the center of an argument in the closing days of the Virginia governor's race. Larry Sabato, David Plouffe, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, FL Sen. Tina Polsky and Dana Williams join Lawrence O'Donnell.