Civil rights activist Bob Woodson in an interview last week noted that Democrats “had to spend about $22 trillion on poverty money in the cities and as a consequence, all of these inequities that they have been talking about have been done on their watch.”
“When low-income Blacks wake up and realize that they are being bamboozled and hustled and scammed by people like Lori Lightfoot and others — they are going to realize that they must address the enemy within.”
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has filed a court motion to release hydroxychloroquine to the U.S. public for the treatment of COVID-19. 100 million doses have been donated to federal agencies but have not been released.
The above chart was included in the AAPS court filing and shows countries that allow and encourage hydroxychloroquine have a lower case fatality rate than those who ban or discourage its use.
Doctors have had success with a combination of hydroxychloroquine, zinc and azithromycin. Zinc kills the virus and hydroxychloroquine opens up the cell, as portrayed in the visual representation below. A June 30 case study describes how it works in more detail.
During the COVID-19 lockdowns, digital media platform Amazelaunched at-home sex education videos on Facebook for kids, as part of the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) curriculum promoted by Planned Parenthood.
One of the videos asks “Is it Normal to Watch Porn?” and answers the question with an enthusiastic “Yes!”
Massachusetts Family Institute, in opposition to the online series, asserted that girls exposed to porn are more likely to engage in high-risk sexual behavior, develop eating disorders and abuse drugs. Boys are more likely to become violent towards women.
Wikipedia’s bias against conservatives is picking up steam as the 2020 election approaches. Recently Zerohedge and The Federalist were banned as sources after they criticized the Marxist group Black Lives Matter.
Joe Biden’s resume includes embracing segregation, making it harder to file bankrupty, ensuring student debt couldn’t be part of bankrupty protections, sponsoring the 1994 crime bill, backing the Iraq war, taking in more than $15 million since leaving the Obama White House and now possibly verging on dementia.
Hundreds of startup founders and their teams were surveyed by the Founders Forum on the future of remote work. Most respondents were Gen X and Millennials, who favored a balanced approach to remote and office work.
The team at Visual Capitalist produced more outstanding infographics based on the results, which include the best and worst parts of working from home.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Cuomo has added almost half the U.S. on his list of states that require two weeks quarantine for visitors, and is boasting of his state’s COVID-19 response, complete with “New York Tough” posters.
Janice Dean, meteorologist at Fox News, who lost both her in-laws to Cuomo’s nursing home mandate, was not happy. She blamed their deaths partly on Cuomo, stating “we think that part of the reason is because Governor Cuomo allowed over 6,000 COVID-recovering patients into nursing homes for 46 days straight.”
The Washington Redskins bowed to pressure from FedEx and others to change their team name (and have already decided on a new one to be announced), but can the mob be appeased or will it make them more unhappy?
Sports journalist Kevin Blackistone, a panelist on ESPN’s “Around the Horn,” said the team still hasn’t apologized after using the name for 88 years. “You’ve heard none of that. That’s what makes it so disingenuous to me,” he said.
Native Americans were polled in 2016 by the Washington Post and did not find the name offensive.
The Winchester Star in Virginia interviewed fans with mixed reactions. “I’m happy they’re keeping burgundy and gold, but the name change is certainly long overdue,” said Reed Prosser.
Clarke County resident René Locklear White, 55, a Lumbee Indian and retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. summed it up best:
“Why would a mountain lioness concern herself with quibbling’s of sheep?”