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Dec 08 2016
Pro-Trump Silicon Valley Hopeful About the Future
The night that Donald Trump won the presidential election, technology executive John Gable was having dinner with his family. Ordinarily, Gable would host a party at his house with finger foods and drinks on election night, an event that he liked to refer to as “The Superbowl of politics.” But this year the family stayed in. Gable was too nervous about the results to socialize.Bay Area Bandwith
Apr 01 2020
What impact will coronavirus have on climate change?
In nations around the world, everyday life has come to a grinding halt as part of efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus. City streets sit empty. Factories are shuttered. Planes sit idly on runways. Traffic on major freeways has disappeared.
An unintended side effect of the lockdowns to curb coronavirus has been a significant decrease in emissions. Air pollutants from ChineseYahoo! The 360
Mar 31 2020
Will coronavirus survive airborne? Are young people safe? Do face masks protect me? Are men more likely to die? Burning questions on COVID-19
Some outlandish rumors about COVID-19, the disease caused by the new virus SARS-CoV-2, still persist, and continue to percolate on the internet: To some, it’s a dastardly bioweapon designed to wreak economic armageddon on the West; a left-wing conspiracy to damage the reelection prospects of President Trump; a virus that leaked from a Wuhan laboratory.
Such paranoid speculation is atMarketWatch
Mar 31 2020
Northam issues stay-at-home order through June 10 with exceptions
RICHMOND — Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday ordered Virginia residents to remain at home except for certain necessities, stepping up the state’s restrictions on public activity to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The order — which went into effect Monday and will remain in place until June 10 — allows people to leave their homes if they “must go out for food, supplies, medical care, or toDaily Progress
Aug 26 2014
Confirmed: Burger King Is Heading to Canada
Burger King confirmed Tuesday that it struck a deal to buy Tim Hortons Inc. for about $11 billion, a move that could help give the fast-food company a stronger foothold in the coffee and breakfast market.The Blaze
Mar 30 2020
FDA gives emergency approval for antimalarial drugs in treating coronavirus patients
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued late Sunday an emergency-use authorization for two antimalarial drugs for use in treating patients infected with the novel coronavirus.
The drugs, chloroquine phosphate and hydroxychloroquine sulfate, have been touted by President Trump and used off-label anecdotally with encouraging results, but they had not been FDA-approved for treatingWashington Times
May 14 2020
Nearly 3 million Americans file for unemployment, bringing total to over 36 million
A total of 2,981,000 more Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week, bringing the total number of jobless claims filed amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 36 million, according to the Department of Labor.
Since late March, millions of Americans have lost their jobs as states shuttered their economies to stop the virus's spread. New unemployment filings peaked at aABC News (Online)
Jul 30 2015
Invitation to a Dialogue: America’s Future
Will it be the American dream of our ideals: “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”; “equal justice under law”; democracy; equal opportunity and respect; good education and training; a satisfying job and income; security; health and shelter in a sustainable environment with safe food, watNew York Times (News)
Sep 17 2020
How the Government Lost Its Mind
Over the past 50 years, America has given up on the Enlightenment-era ideals of its Founders—and the country’s coronavirus disaster is the result.
Alexander hamilton and his colleagues wrote 85 separate essays to make their case that Americans should take a risk and ratify the 1787 Constitution. Three sentences into the very first of those Federalist Papers, Hamilton made clear that heThe Atlantic
Sep 07 2021
Joe Rogan, Ivermectin, and False Stories: The Weekend in Media Bias
Ivermectin was all over the news this weekend.
Some accused media outlets such as NPR (Center) of peddling misinformation after the media outlet framed ivermectin as a treatment meant for cows, when it also has uses in humans after podcaster Joe Rogan said he took the drug after coming down with COVID-19. Meanwhile, media outlets such as Rolling Stone (Left), MSNBC (Left), andJulie Mastrine