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Democrat Amnesty Bill Puts Americans Last During A Pandemic

Democrat Amnesty Bill Puts Americans Last During A Pandemic

    We the People Rising Democrat Amnesty Bill Puts Americans Last During A Pandemic Biden’s highly-anticipated immigration legislation — the U.S. Citizenship Act — was finally introduced on Thursday by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) in the House. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is expected to introduce it next week in the Senate. “Biden’s promotion of […]

6 Ways to Maintain Stable Mental Health During a Pandemic

6 Ways to Maintain Stable Mental Health During a Pandemic

    By Regina Wheeler  Mental Health and its effect on the general population over the course of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic is the unspoken virus of the 21st century. Rates of suicide have skyrocketed, and overall mental health is in decline and has been since the start of the pandemic. It is extremely important, […]

Video | Nicole Cruz – Buildcarmen Pros – The Pandemic’s Effect on the Construction Industry

Video | Nicole Cruz – Buildcarmen Pros – The Pandemic’s Effect on the Construction Industry

Nicole Cruz, business development executive from New Jersey discusses the impact this pandemic has had on the construction industry. Nicole also discusses her personal challenges and struggles amidst this current crisis, and Build Pro CS strategy moving forward. We also touch on Nicole’s philanthropy work in her hometown of Newark through a non-profit called Aspiring […]

Pandemic Leads to a Significant Increase in Streaming Video Usage That is Expected to Continue, Study Shows

Pandemic Leads to a Significant Increase in Streaming Video Usage That is Expected to Continue, Study Shows

Kanopy Announces Results of Streaming Video Trends in Public Libraries Survey   SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (January 13, 2021) – As more people stayed at home during 2020 due to the pandemic, they were streaming a lot more videos for reasons beyond just entertainment. This trend is expected to continue over the next three years, prompting […]

‘It’s all fallen apart’: Newsom scrambles to save California — and his career

‘It’s all fallen apart’: Newsom scrambles to save California — and his career

By DAVID SIDERS and CARLA MARINUCCI The Democrat leading the nation’s biggest state is facing a raging pandemic, vaccine distribution problems and a nascent recall drive. LOS ANGELES — California is running so low on oxygen that officials are telling emergency crews to conserve supplies. Ambulances in Los Angeles are backed up outside emergency rooms, sometimes for hours. […]

Inflated death toll allowing ‘antithesis of a free society’

Inflated death toll allowing ‘antithesis of a free society’

Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com) As a new venture could result in a vaccine passport of sorts, some Minnesota legislators don’t believe the numbers being reported and want an audit of COVID-19 deaths. State Representative Mary Franson (R-District 08B) recently told the “Fox & Friends” program that “Minnesota is not an anomaly” and asked President Trump to request a […]

Camarillo decides to make electricity more expensive during pandemic

Camarillo decides to make electricity more expensive during pandemic

    By Thomas McFoy The Camarillo City Council met on 12/09/2020 and council member Susan Santangelo brought up that she wanted to change the default energy level to 100% green energy.  After discussion and phone in comments, the council unanimously decided to go with a compromised version of this and then revisit next year […]

California Towns Rebel Against Pandemic Restaurant Restrictions

California Towns Rebel Against Pandemic Restaurant Restrictions

Frustrated over an order to temporarily ban outdoor dining across Los Angeles County, many elected officials have fought back — with votes to form their own health departments. By Adam Popescu LOS ANGELES — Until late last month, outdoor dining — no masks required — was the closest thing to pre-pandemic normal for the 10 million […]

The P’s of 2020 dominate – Pandemic, Politics, Protests, Polls and Prognosticators, Presidential Election

The P’s of 2020 dominate – Pandemic, Politics, Protests, Polls and Prognosticators, Presidential Election

    By Mel Mann   I am an individual with a lot of opinions, I know this to be true because I get told it so many times I have almost become deaf to the comment.  I used to think that being opinionated was a privilege of being old, but clearly in our current society […]

What is really going on with COVID-19

What is really going on with COVID-19

    To: Ventura County Board of Supervisors Steve Bennett, Linda Parks, Bob Huber, John Zaragoza and Kelly Long, CEO Mike Powers and Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin From George Miller & Debra Tash Following the so-called “Mainstream Media” (MSM) narrative on COVID-19 might cause one to think that we are in the midst of […]

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