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April 28

Opening Comments

Schumé Navarro of “Free Faced in Colorado” co-hosted with Andy. They discussed her booming page and the path back to normalcy! Listen to the opening comments here.

Mold

Michael Rubino, author of The Mold Medic: An Expert’s Guide on Mold Removal.

Your appliances might be hiding mold and making you sick, says international mold expert, Michael Rubino, author of The Mold Medic: An Expert’s Guide on Mold Removal. He shares examples of where mold can be secretly harboring in your home:

Appliances: Coffee makers, washing machines, refrigerators, HVAC
Toilet tanks
Front loading washing machines
Bath mats and shower curtains (it’s not mildew!)

“Mold can enter any home at any time—it doesn’t just appear from water damage after storms,” says Rubino. “Over 50 percent of the American population suffers from mold sensitivity. In extreme cases, mold can leave these millions of people bedridden and incapacitated. What’s even scarier is that 1 in 4 family members are experiencing adverse health reactions in their own home and don’t even know the cause may be mold. Fortunately, a healthy home detox can eliminate the source of your mold and alleviate your symptoms.”

Rubino is President of All American Restoration. Connect with Michael Rubino on Facebook @AllAmericanRestorationTM and Instagram @TheMoldMedic, and visit www.themoldmedic.com and www.allamericanrestoration.com. 

Listen to the interview here. Mobile users begin at 13:00

 

Remote Patient Monitoring as The New Healthcare Norm

Stuart Long of InfoBionic discussed the new normal in “Hospitals Without Walls.” Learn how cardiac remote patient monitoring works, how telehealth and AI work to provide near real-time data .

Consumer use of telehealth services has risen from 11 percent in 2019 to 46 percent now using telehealth to replace traditional healthcare visits, while providers are now seeing between 50 and 175 times the number of patients via telehealth. Monitoring services for conditions beyond cardiac care may include obesity, diabetes and arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation (AFIB), which could potentially create a market for telehealth that could total over $250 billion in healthcare spending within the next few years.

The landscape has wholly shifted in the realm of telemedicine due to the pandemic. Hybrid models are patient-centric, easily portable to the virtual world, and they’re much safer for patients whether they’re at risk for COVID-19 or not. The biometric solutions that InfoBionic and other partners are creating aren’t just fueling the meteoric rise of telehealth. We’re changing how our patients access healthcare, improving timely and accurate data analysis, and improving patient outcomes. This is a rare win-win scenario for everyone.”— Stuart Long, CEO of Infobionic, a digital health company transforming the efficiency and economics of ambulatory remote patient monitoring

Listen to the full interview here. Mobile users begin at 29:42

 

Free Faced in Colorado

Schumé Navarro started “Free Faced in Colorado” Facebook group that is encouraging people to take off their masks and be a source of encouragement for each other to show their beautiful faces! You’re not alone if you want to ditch the mask! If you value breathing this might be right for you. Join the group and post your beautiful maskless face.

Listen to the full interview here. Mobile users being at 46:24

Blog Post Categories

Richard V. Battle

Old 3 R’s were Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic

The 3 New R’s of Success today are:

  1. If you’re discouraged today, focus on one thing you want to achieve and pursue it passionately.
  2. Resilience in failure.
    1. Regret from not pursuing dreams hurts more, and last longer than the pain of failure.
    2. Failure is a step toward success in every successful person.
    3. “All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me… You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.” – Walt Disney
  3. Resourceful in identifying and adopting new ideas.
    1. Don’t listen to naysayers who have never achieved anything.
    2. Every great achievement failed multiple times before it succeeded.
    3. Wright brothers
  4. Relentless pursuit of your dream.
    1. We are an accumulation of the lessons of our successes and failures.
    2. “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston Churchill.
    3. “Never quit, never quit, never quit, never, never, never, never quit.” – Winston Churchill
    4. Colonel Sanders
  5. Navigating Life’s Journey - Example
    1. Mark Cuban – failed in computer sales, short-order cook, newspapers, bartender, and selling garbage bags.
    2. Succeeded at broadcast.com, Dallas Mavericks, Shark Tank, etc.
  6. As long as we have breath, we have limitless possibilities to pursue.

Listen to the full interview here.

 

Joined the Conversation

Casey from Woodland Park called in and talked about being mask-free. Mobile users begin at 15:58

Mystery Guest called in aka as Schumé’s  “mom” Listen here. Mobile users begin at 26:35

Not on Facebook and want to get involved with the mask removal movement? Go to https://www.donttreadonmae.com/

Vail School Board Flees, Parents Elect New Board, Vote To End Mask Mandate.  Article hereAndy’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 42:14

Richelle called in about the Facebook group, the website, and what happens when they go maskless. She also said if the Democrats don’t have a victim they don’t have an agenda. Andy replied, “If they don’t have a victim they don’t have a vote.” listen here. Mobile users begin at 43:54

Radena called in about how she has been maskless since the beginning. She also commented on how grateful people have been for her not wearing the mask. Plus she made a PDF with tons of legal resources including how to perform a citizen’s arrest. For the PDF click here. She also mentioned The Constitutional Law Group who drew up the citations.  Another Resource is Peggy Hall with THE HEALTHY AMERICAN.ORG Mobile users begin at 46:33

From the Free Faced Colorado Facebook Group: From America’s Frontline Doctors CIVIL LIBERTIES SURROUNDING MEDICAL EXPERIMENTATION THE CIVIL LIBERTIES & HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS OF MANDATING COVID-19 VACCINE CANDIDATES 

 

The Christain Left / Liberation Theology

Lucas Miles, author of The Christian Left: How Liberal Thought Has Hijacked the Church. 

“While many have bravely addressed the disaster Marxism creates within the state, few have applied that same level of courage in calling out socialist dispositions dwelling in the pulpit. As a former pastor and conservative politician, I can attest that our nation’s churches need a voice like Pastor Lucas Miles’ to help cut through the sophistry of our clergy who have exchanged the gospel for an ideology that runs contrary to Christ,” says former governor Mike Huckabee. “The Christian Left deftly captures the unique and subversive threat that Marxist thought poses to Christianity as well as to our great republic.”  

Interview here

Lucas’s interview on Friday, April 16, 2021, can be found here.

 

Can The U.S. Economy And Environment Both Win Through More Manufacturing?

Greg Kozera is director of marketing for Shale Crescent USA (www.shalecrescentusa.com), a professional engineer, and the author of Just the Fracks Ma’am. As President Joe Biden makes a major push to combat climate change, more corporations are committing to sustainability initiatives. But unemployment remains high and U.S. manufacturing isn’t the global power it once was. Kozera will discuss for your listeners the opportunity at hand for the U.S. to increase manufacturing and jobs while aiding the battle against climate change.  Kozera says, “During the pandemic, one of the things we’ve learned as Americans is how much stuff – important stuff – wasn’t being made in the U.S. anymore, and we were depending on other countries to ship those products to us. Americans, no matter what their political persuasion or their location, want to see manufacturing and jobs come back to the United States. We have the world’s largest economy, the technology, resources, and thus an incredibly unique opportunity, by making more products here, to both substantially boost our economy and help sustainability globally.” 

Listen to the interview here. Mobile users begin at 17:12

Joined the Conversation

Jersey Joe called in about reducing math standards for black people and how that is putting them at a disadvantage and how kids need a mom and a dad.

From an email Jersey Joe sent in:

If you push someone through school and promote them to the next grade and eventually graduate them and their math skills are only  “close enough,” won’t that make them prime targets for people who might take advantage of them later in life? What if I am a salesperson and my customer is someone who was allowed to graduate with watered-down math. I might say, “Well, we offer two kinds of discounts. You can choose to get a six percent discount off your monthly bill for the next 24 months or you can opt for a $75 discount off the day’s price.” If you can’t determine on your own which is better, a lying salesperson can suggest that one is better than the other. Remember, verbal statements made during a sale are not part of written contracts for the same sale. Graduating minorities from school without teaching them proper math–THAT is a throwback to the Jim Crow era!

Obama’s Father’s Day Quote

“We know the statistics that children who grow up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime. Nine times more likely to drop out of school, and twenty times more likely to end up in prison. They are more likely to have behavior problems or run away from home or become teenage parents themselves and the foundations of our community is weaker because of it. Senator Barack Obama.

 

Joined The Conversation

Anne from Centennial called in about Schumé’s work in the Arapahoe County Republican party and how she appreciates the Free Faced CO Facebook group. Mobile users begin at 43:02

Jennifer owner of Waters Edge Winery & Bistro called in about how they have been mask-free! Listen here. Mobile Users begin at 45:15

Jersey Joe: NYC conceal carry permit. Comments here. Mobile users begin at 48:57 Related Article here.

Email from Jersey Joe

Pointless & Ineffective Laws
 
As you may be aware, back in January, I applied for a New Jersey State issued Firearm Owner’s Identification card (FOID Card) that you must have just to buy a box of ammunition (or even a box of .22 blank cartridges for your concrete nail gun) in the State of New Jersey.
 
I completed the application (which included two non-relative references that were checked) and paid my $100 fee to be fingerprinted and have the NJ State police perform a criminal background check on me. 8 weeks ago I received an E-Mail from the NJ State police that I had successfully passed my NCIC criminal background check and that I would need to contact my local police department to complete the process and have them issue me my FOID card.
 
After weeks of unreturned phone calls, I finally stopped by my local police department (Raritan Township) yesterday and asked to speak to the officer responsible for issuing FOID cards. It was then that I learned the reason that my application process had not been completed was that he was waiting for a mental health certification from the State of Colorado that I had not either been voluntarily or involuntarily committed to any mental institution in that state.
 
I pointed out to the officer that while I had not been, even if I had been, that type of information is covered by the HIPAA medical privacy act and since I had not given either the State of Colorado or the State of NJ permission to access any such records, even if I had been, the State of Colorado would have no knowledge of any such commitment and would therefore be unable to give the State of NJ the certification regarding my mental health history that they were seeking..
 
An obvious catch 22 that will no doubt result in me never being issued a NJ FOID card and result in my continuing to buy my ammunition 20 miles away in Pennsylvania where I don’t even need to show a library card to buy a case of ammunition.
 
Why am I telling you this? Because if you live in a blue state and aren’t already dealing with pointless & ineffective laws like this, be prepared to deal with them in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

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