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When Profits and Politics Drive Science: Rushing a Vaccine to Market for a Vanishing Virus

When Profits and Politics Drive Science: Rushing a Vaccine to Market for a Vanishing Virus

    By Ellen Brown More than 100 companies are competing to be first in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine to market. It’s a race against time, not because the death rate is climbing but because it is falling – to the point where there will soon be too few subjects to prove […]

Updated: Increases in Unemployment Due to Coronavirus by State

Updated: Increases in Unemployment Due to Coronavirus by State

With more than half of the U.S. starting to reopen at least partially but almost 36.5 million Americans having lost their jobs during the pandemic, WalletHub today released updated rankings for the States with the Biggest Increases in Unemployment Due to the Coronavirus, along with accompanying videos. To identify which states’ workforces have been hurt […]

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Calls For Additional $1 Trillion In Federal Aid

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Calls For Additional $1 Trillion In Federal Aid

By Tom Tapp In his Monday coronavirus briefing, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he and the leaders of Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Nevada, including the governors and the speakers of each state’s legislature, are calling for the federal government to provide an extra $1 trillion in aid to those states. These are the members of the so-called Western Pact. “These […]

California Nail Salons Plan to Sue Gov. Gavin Newsom After He Said They Were Source of Coronavirus

California Nail Salons Plan to Sue Gov. Gavin Newsom After He Said They Were Source of Coronavirus

By KATHERINE RODRIGUEZ California nail salons are planning to sue Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom after he said they were to blame for the first case of the coronavirus in the state. It all started when the California governor was asked why nail salons were part of phase 3 of reopening instead of phase 2, KGO reported. […]

Art of Coronavirus Predictive Modeling Flawed

Art of Coronavirus Predictive Modeling Flawed

    Dr. Kevin McNamee Since the beginning of the Coronavirus watch began late December, epidemiologists from many universities have created computer models to predict its transmission rates and impact upon health-care delivery system and guide policy makers. These models are only as good as the data and assumptions used to derive the mathematical model. […]

Judicial Watch Files for Temporary Restraining Order Enjoining Governor Newsom’s Initiative to Provide $75 Million in Cash Benefits to Illegal Aliens

Judicial Watch Files for Temporary Restraining Order Enjoining Governor Newsom’s Initiative to Provide $75 Million in Cash Benefits to Illegal Aliens

Judicial Watch announced today it has filed an application for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against California Governor Gavin Newsom and his Director of the California Department of Social Services Kim Johnson to restrain them from spending $79.8 million dollars of taxpayers’ money to provide direct cash benefits to unlawfully present aliens (Crest et al. v. Newsom […]

Costco Limiting Amount of Meat Items Each Customer Can Purchase

Costco Limiting Amount of Meat Items Each Customer Can Purchase

BY JACK PHILLIPS   Costco announced it is limiting the amount of fresh meat a customer can purchase at a given time. “Costco has implemented limits on certain items to help ensure more members are able to purchase merchandise they want and need,” reads a company statement issued on Monday. “Our buyers and suppliers are working hard to provide essential, high […]

Some cities are blocking California efforts to protect homeless people from coronavirus, Newsom says

Some cities are blocking California efforts to protect homeless people from coronavirus, Newsom says

By PATRICK MCGREEVY STAFF WRITER    California’s effort to move homeless people into hotel and motel rooms to protect them from the coronavirus has gotten thousands off the streets, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Saturday, but advocates say the program has been slow and uneven in some areas, hampered by red tape and local opposition. Appearing […]

Coronavirus California: Gov. Newsom to announce state’s plan to ease stay-at-home orders, reopen economy

Coronavirus California: Gov. Newsom to announce state’s plan to ease stay-at-home orders, reopen economy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) — On Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a shared vision and joint framework to reopen California during his daily update on the state’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. RELATED: Coronavirus herd immunity in California? Dr. Patel explains why there is no evidence to back that theory Similar to New York’s framework to reopen the state, Newsom […]

Coronavirus and accidental homeschooling: More families will appreciate this education option

Coronavirus and accidental homeschooling: More families will appreciate this education option

By Sam Sorbo “It is understandable that American parents are leery of stepping outside of institutions into the DIY realm. But soon we will be living in a post-COVID-19 world, and much of what we perceived as normative will be forever changed — including education. My hope is that when we emerge on the other […]

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