MunoRN RN

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MunoRN has 10 years experience as a RN and specializes in Critical Care.

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  1. Here's the story this story was describing https://www.politico.com/news/2022/03/13/briefing-white-house-nixed-december-plan-to-boost-special-ops-presence-in-ukraine-00016830
  2. Keystone XL hadn't really ever received full approval which would include clearing the courts. The Trump administration granted a permit, but there were immediate court challenges at the time which it didn't clear and the permit was blocked. ...
  3. So the US government should be dictating to private companies the rate at which we extract and refine oil?
  4. Not a huge Pasaki fan, but I give her credit for this exchange with Doocy. Jen Psaki and Peter Doocy Battle Over Gas Prices (mediaite.com) I do have to give credit to TC Energy for turning a boondoggle into a Conservative rallying cry, despite ...
  5. And that's fair, not specifying which part of the complaint their referring to lacks clarity. Although I would say it's more of a trivial lack of clarity than a substantive lack of clarity, since it is correctly referred to a statement made by t...
  6. I think this is maybe more due to what people take "complaint" to mean since the quote does appear in the RNCs description of their complaint, specifically the media release of the complaint, but not in the court filing of the complaint. RNC Files L...
  7. Exactly. A large range of our economy is dependent on oil, and since the nature of oil extraction, transport, and refining will always be volatile to at least some degree, that broad dependence makes our economy more volatile than it needs to be if ...
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    President Biden thread

    Best I can tell, the criticism from the right is that Biden needs to do more to increase the supply side of oil (even though the availability of pre-refinery oil doesn't really affect the price of gas at the pump), but that he should be criticized fo...
  9. Except that's not what they said, what they said was that there's a lack of interest in developing oil extraction which they suggested was due to some sort of oddly nonspecific regulatory restrictions. I would think if there were specific regulation...
  10. The 'cutting edge' of critical care lately has been that "less is more". The most common example is that it's we too often have too much information, and end up making clinical decisions that actually do more harm than good. This is of course b...
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    Multistate Licensure Question

    Best as I can tell, if you no longer "maintain a domicile" in the state of Texas then you are no longer a legal resident of Texas. Your driver's license isn't what determines your state of residence since that is due for re-issue at a timefram...
  12. The studies that look at the relationship between catheter size and potential for complications show why it's so important to make sure to differentiate between retrospective studies and prospective randomized studies. Generally speaking, I thin...
  13. I'm not sure how there's much question at this point as to what the views of the 'convoy' are. Are you saying that as far as you can tell they are evenly distributed accross the political spectrum?
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    President Biden thread

    I've been through the threads multiple times, as well as Biden's descriptions of his experiences as a stutterer as a child. And yes, you have clearly made accussations about his current cognition related to his stuttering. You question whe...
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    I Want Decent Health Benefits! Is That Too Much to Ask?

    The vast majority of those who receive medicaid work, and acutally 80% of those on medicaid are currently working. If it comforts your fascist political views to think that those on medicare aren't receiving the only universal healthcare that ex...