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Dear Dr. Phil | What dad believes – Does he need help?

Dear Dr. Phil | What dad believes  – Does he need help?

    By AI X Note: My 15-year-old son, who has been trapped in a distance learning nightmare for nearly a year now, was recently given an opportunity by his sophomore English teacher to makeup a couple of missed assignments by writing an essay about coronavirus and/or current events. There were no other stipulations made. […]

US Department of Labor issues stronger workplace guidance on coronavirus

US Department of Labor issues stronger workplace guidance on coronavirus

New OSHA guidance seeks to mitigate, prevent viral spread in the workplace  WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor announced today that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued stronger worker safety guidance to help employers and workers implement a coronavirus protection program and better identify risks which could lead to exposure and […]

Annual March For Life Canceled In Person, But It’s Only Partly Due To Coronavirus

Annual March For Life Canceled In Person, But It’s Only Partly Due To Coronavirus

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . The annual March for Life has been canceled in person this year, and the march’s president says this is only partly due to the coronavirus pandemic. “The protection of all of those who participate in the annual March, as well as the many law enforcement personnel and others […]

A Spiritual Vaccine

A Spiritual Vaccine

    By Senior Pastor Lance E. Ralston Editor’s note: Before you just tab your way out of this article because it was written by a cleric, please consider this. Pastor Lance has an outstanding ability to relate biblical teachings to current and historical issues, philosophies and events. He runs a large church with a […]

Wildfires, Coronavirus, and an Earthquake Collided for California’s Terrible Week

Wildfires, Coronavirus, and an Earthquake Collided for California’s Terrible Week

BY WIRE SERVICE It was long, dizzying week to be a Californian. The Golden State has been trying to contain the surge of coronavirus cases that started in the summer while dozens of wildfires are burning and smoke is making it hard to breathe. Then, as if not enough crises had collided, Southern California was caught in the clutches of […]

Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus

Nearly 18,000 California inmates could be released early due to coronavirus

By Audrey Conklin | Fox News California could be on track to release a total of 17,600 inmates early to make space in crowded facilities during the coronavirus pandemic. A spokesperson for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) told Fox News that “in total, 8,032 [inmates] have had their releases expedited and overall, we have reduced the total […]

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR   A recent American Academy of Pediatrics article cited several studies conducted worldwide claiming that students rarely transmit coronavirus to each other or teachers. Studies conducted in France, Australia and Ireland failed to find a single transmission after students made hundreds of close contacts in schools. American teachers unions have strongly opposed […]

Naval Base Ventura County 2020 Airshow Canceled

Naval Base Ventura County 2020 Airshow Canceled

NAVAL BASE VENTURA COUNTY  The Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) 2020 airshow scheduled for Oct. 3-4 is canceled due to ongoing public health concerns associated with the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. “The health and safety of our audience were primary factors when making the difficult decision to cancel the air show this year. We appreciate the […]

Poll: Skepticism Amongst Americans Over Coronavirus Death Count Is Growing

Poll: Skepticism Amongst Americans Over Coronavirus Death Count Is Growing

HARRY WHITEHEAD CONTRIBUTOR . Americans are becoming increasingly more skeptical about the reported coronavirus death count, a Tuesday poll suggests. Over 140,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States as of July 20, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Axios-Ipsos poll released Tuesday shows 31% of Americans believe that the number of […]

Comets Foretell Doom? The Historical Record

Comets Foretell Doom?   The Historical Record

    By Keith Salvas There might be a chance that the appearance of a comet really does sometimes foretell a worldwide disaster!   The ancients may have been right about that! The History Throughout recorded history, it is really consistent. every reference to a comet always inspired fear in the people, and afterwards, some sort […]

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