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    Actress Sharon Stone took to Twitter to share an image with her nearly 200,000 followers claiming that President Donald Trump is afraid that the November election will be “decided by Americans.” “Trump fears next election will be decided by Americans,” reads the imagine Stone tweeted on Monday. The Basic Instinct actress didn’t clarify or caption her tweet. The meme she shared, however, appears to be popular among conspiracists bent on rehashing the Russia collusion hoax narrative ahead of the 2020 presidential election. pic.twitter.com/urp3p2Nffk — Sharon Stone (@sharonstone) August 3, 2020 “When your demon sex partner can’t spend the night because he’s got an early meeting with the alien lizard people running the government,” read the imagine caption on a tweet shared...
    The coronavirus pandemic has been both a health crisis and an economic crisis in the United States, causing millions of Americans to lose their jobs through no fault of their own. And the Republican response to the economic pain, liberal economist Paul Krugman argues in his August 3 column for the New York Times, is one of indifference. “Around 1000 Americans are dying from COVID-19 each day — ten times the rate in the European Union,” Krugman laments. “Thanks to our failure to control the pandemic, we’re still suffering from Great Depression levels of unemployment…. Yet enhanced unemployment benefits, a crucial lifeline for tens of millions of Americans, have expired. And negotiations over how — or even whether — to...
    Bradley Cortright August 2, 2020 0 Comments Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says that Chinese software companies are feeding their private data “directly to the Chinese Communist Party” and that the federal government will soon take action to address those privacy concerns. In an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Pompeo shared some examples of the kind of information that he said Chinese companies are storing and handing over the Chinese government.  “These Chinese software companies doing business in the United States, whether it’s TikTok or WeChat there are countless more, as Peter Navarro said, are feeding data directly to the Chinese Communist Party,” Pompeo said. He continued, “Could be their facial recognition pattern. It could be information about their...
    Getty People are hoping for a second wave of coronavirus stimulus checks. It’s looking up for college students in negotiations over the second round of COVID-19 stimulus checks. The Republican proposal in the U.S. Senate would extend stimulus checks to adult dependents, which means a lot of college students who didn’t get the checks last time would qualify this time around. There’s even a proposal by a group of GOP Senators to give everyone $1,000 checks regardless of age or dependent status. In the first round of stimulus checks, millions of college students were left out because they are listed as adult dependents on their parents’ tax forms. During the first round, anyone listed as an adult dependent...
    CULVER CITY (CBSLA) — A TikTok executive is disputing privacy concerns levied against the company from President Donald Trump and announced on Saturday that the social media platform, which has its U.S. headquarters in Culver City, is “not planning on going anywhere.” As some TikTok users feared they could wake up this weekend in a TikTok-less America after Trump told reporters Friday he planned to ban the app in the Chinese-made platform in the U.S., the company’s U.S. General Manager appeared to give some reassurance with a message delivered straight to the app in the short-form video format users are accustomed to. “I want to say thank you to the millions of Americans who use TikTok every day, bringing their...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has predicted that the coronavirus death toll in the US could spike to 182,000 by late August. This means that, over the course of one month, roughly 30,000 Americans will die from COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, according to the internal document first obtained by Yahoo News. In the report, the researchers also forecast a spike in fatalities between 5,000 and 11,000 during the week of August 15 to August 22. The projection contradicts President Donald Trump's repeated claims that the virus will soon 'disappear' and that the US has a 'fatality rate lower than most.'  It also comes on the heels of more than 1,500 coronavirus-related deaths reported in...
    By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and MATTHEW PERRONE WASHINGTON (AP) — Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that he remains confident that a coronavirus vaccine will be ready by early next year, telling lawmakers that a quarter-million Americans already have volunteered to take part in clinical trials. But if the future looks encouraging, public health alarms are still going off in the present. Officials testifying with Fauci at a contentious House hearing acknowledged that the U.S. remains unable to deliver all COVID-19 test results within two or three days, and they jointly pleaded with Americans to comply with basic precautions such as wearing masks, avoiding crowds, and washing their hands frequently. Those simple steps can deliver “the same bang for the buck as...
    By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and MATTHEW PERRONE WASHINGTON (AP) — Once a coronavirus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, Americans should have widespread access within a reasonable time, Dr. Anthony Fauci assured lawmakers Friday. Appearing before a House panel investigating the nation’s response to the pandemic, Fauci expressed “cautious” optimism that a vaccine would be available, particularly by next year. “I believe, ultimately, over a period of time in 2021, that Americans will be able to get it,” Fauci said, referring to the vaccine. There will be a priority list for who gets early vaccinations. “I don’t think we will have everybody getting it immediately,” Fauci explained. But “ultimately, within a reasonable time, the plans allow for any American who...
    Once a coronavirus vaccine is approved as safe and effective, Americans should have widespread access within a reasonable time, Dr. Anthony Fauci assured lawmakers Friday. Appearing before a House panel investigating the nations response to the pandemic, Fauci expressed “cautious” optimism that a vaccine would be available, particularly by next year. “I believe, ultimately, over a period of time in 2021, that Americans will be able to get it,” Fauci said, referring to the vaccine. There will be a priority list for who gets early vaccinations. “I dont think we will have everybody getting it immediately,” Fauci explained. But “ultimately, within a reasonable time, the plans allow for any American who needs the vaccine to get it,” he added. Under...
    Despite the White House's intention to save more jobs for the American people by temporarily banning work visas, some experts argue the ban could do more harm than good for the economy, citing a positive correlation between immigration and economic growth. Immigrants pay more than $90 billion in taxes while receiving only $5 billion in welfare funds annually, according to the ACLU. Experts also believe that blocking immigration could allow other countries to gain a competitive edge in the global market. "At all the disciplines, the very best come here. And if we don't attract them and bring them here, then we're going to suffer as a result of that," warned Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics. Neeraj Kaushal of...
    THE EXTRA $600 payments for 25million Americans will expire today after lawmakers did not make a new deal. On Thursday morning, the Department of Labor reported an additional 1.43million unemployment claims in the last week. 4McConnell announced the HEALS Act this weekCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4The unemployment benefits expire todayCredit: Getty Images - Getty Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled the Republicans' $1trillion coronavirus relief plan on Monday, prompting Americans to ask when they'll receive coronavirus benefits. The HEALS Act includes proposed extended pandemic unemployment assistance of $200 per week, but the legislation has not yet been passed. Following McConnell's announcement at the beginning of the week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked: "Why are you quibbling over $600 when people need that to buy food, pay rent?"...
    Millions of Americans will lose their $600-a-week enhanced unemployment unemployment at midnight on Friday as the White House and Democrats struggle to come up with a deal that would extend the benefits. A two-hour late night meeting on Capitol Hill Thursday resulted in no deal between White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin - negotiating for President Donald Trump - and Democratic leaders Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Talks will continue through the weekend but a deal seems far off.  Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows (right) speak to reporters in the Capitol Thursday night after failing to come to a deal with...
    (CNN)While much of the media and the public remain fixated on the partisan drama unfolding in Washington, DC, over the next coronavirus stimulus package, state and local governments are quietly doing what they do best: working to keep Americans safe, healthy, educated and gainfully employed as much as possible.And while federal leaders have made a difference by approving extraordinary levels of emergency spending, assistance for state and local governments has remained distressingly inadequate. JUST WATCHEDTop economist Paul Krugman thinks economy is going to lockdown againReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHTop economist Paul Krugman thinks economy is going to lockdown again 06:29 If we want our nation's health and economy to recover, state and local governments must be part of the solution.The HEALS...
    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY > GOP under mounting pressure to strike virus deal quickly  > Rep. Louie GohmertLouis (Louie) Buller GohmertGOP's Gohmert introduces resolution that would ban the Democratic Party Gaetz says Cheney should be removed or step down as GOP leader Conservatives clash with Cheney over her support for Fauci, Massie primary challenger MORE tests positive for coronavirus > Russia claims it’s on track to approve COVID-19 vaccine by mid-August  > Schumer: Trump should want COVID-19 deal to help GOP election chances > Teachers may stage ‘safety strikes’ if forced into unsafe schools, union leader says  > Philadelphia schools will be virtual until at least November > Coronavirus outbreak in Major League Baseball casts doubt over other...
    (CNN)Students who enroll at California State University (CSU) in the coming years will be required to take course in ethnic studies or social justice to graduate.The university system's board of trustees voted last week to approve the new general education requirement, which goes into effect at the beginning of the 2023-2024 academic year. It's the first major change to CSU's general education requirements in 40 years, according to a news release."This action, by the CSU and for the CSU, lifts Ethnic Studies to a place of prominence in our curriculum, connects it with the voices and perspectives of other historically oppressed groups, and advances the field by applying the lens of social justice," CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White said in...
    THE White House promises to extend the eviction ban, and that Americans will get $1,200 checks in the next coronavirus stimulus bill.  Economic adviser Larry Kudlow promised on CNN, "there's a $1,200 check coming - that is going to be part of the new package." 10Director of the National Economic Council Larry KudlowCredit: EPA 10A second stimulus bill could provide added benefits in addition to another round of $1,200 Economic Impact PaymentsCredit: AP:Associated Press Kudlow also told the broadcaster: "I would have preferred a payroll tax cut, on top of that check. “But, be that as it may, politically, it doesn't work." The Trump administration's chief negotiators, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, spent...
    TREASURY Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said that the next round of $1,200 stimulus checks will be sent in August. It comes as Republicans are set to roll out the next coronavirus stimulus bill on Monday, which Mnuchin claims has President Trump's full backing. 4Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said that the next round of $1,200 stimulus checks will be sent in AugustCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Mnuchin claims that the coronavirus relief package has President Trump's full backingCredit: AFP or licensors Mnuchin told reporters at the Capitol on Saturday that, following meetings with Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, the bill would definitely be supported by the White House. He added that he was in talks with President Trump to...
    Larry Kudlow, director of the U.S. National Economic Council, speaks to members of the media at the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.Jim Lo Scalzo | Bloomberg | Getty Images White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said Sunday that the next round of coronavirus relief will include $1,200 stimulus payments to Americans as well as an extension of the federal eviction moratorium.  "There's a $1,200 check coming, that's going to be part of the new package," Kudlow said in an interview on CNN's "State of the Union."  The next coronavirus bill from Senate Republicans is set to provide a temporary and reduced extension of unemployment benefits, another round of stimulus checks, liability protection for businesses...
    The Federal Reserve Board—our unaccountable Central Bank—needs more citizen and congressional supervision. Fees from financial institutions fund its operations, not congressional appropriations. It is as secret as it wants to be and that’s plenty. (See Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country by William Greider). Plus, the Fed can print money at will. In the past several years it has “produced” trillions of dollars that juiced the stock market’s speculation. Back nearly 90 years ago, the influential British economist, John Maynard Keynes, warned about stock markets veering into speculation and away from investments to build the real economy. Today, he might view stock markets as the epitome of wasteful “casino capitalism.” They have very little to do with...
    Jake Johnson July 25, 2020 3:59PM (UTC) This article originally appeared at Common Dreams. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. Feel free to republish and share widely. Shortly after publicly ditching one attack on Social Security—the payroll tax cut—Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed Thursday that the Republican coronavirus relief package will include legislation sponsored by Sen. Mitt Romney that one advocacy group described as an "equally menacing" threat to the New Deal program. In a speech on the Senate floor, McConnell touted Romney's TRUST ACT as "a bipartisan bill, co-sponsored by Senate Democrats, to help a future Congress evaluate bipartisan proposals for protecting and strengthening the programs that Americans count on." : Ostensibly an effort to...
    THE ADDITIONAL $600 unemployment boost will be expiring on July 31 without a new deal for extended coronavirus relief. Millions of Americans have been receiving $600 weekly unemployment benefits for several months. 3The Republican-led Senate left Washington D.C. on Thursday pushing the decision on a coronavirus aid plan to next week.Credit: Alamy Live News Republicans in the Senate have been debating within the party for the past week on what should be apart of the new coronavirus relief package. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have criticized the Republicans for not coming to an agreement, The American Independent reported. In a joint statement, the two Democratic leaders said the Republican party knew the...
    WASHINGTON -- Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the coronavirus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever, a new poll shows, as temporary cutbacks give way to shuttered businesses, bankruptcies and lasting payroll cuts.It's a sharp change after initial optimism the jobs would return. In April, 78% of those in households with a job loss thought they'd be temporary. Now, 47% think that lost job is definitely or probably not coming back, according to the latest poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.That translates into roughly 10 million workers who will need to find a new employer, if not a new occupation.The poll is the latest sign the solid hiring of May...
    By JOSH BOAK and EMILY SWANSON, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the coronavirus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever, a new poll shows, as temporary cutbacks give way to shuttered businesses, bankruptcies and lasting payroll cuts. It's a sharp change after initial optimism the jobs would return. In April, 78% of those in households with a job loss thought they'd be temporary. Now, 47% think that lost job is definitely or probably not coming back, according to the latest poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. That translates into roughly 10 million workers who will need to find a new employer, if not a new...
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    Hundreds of unemployed Kentucky residents wait in long lines outside the Kentucky Career Center for help with their unemployment claims on June 19, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky.John Sommers II/Getty Images Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the coronavirus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever, a new poll shows, as temporary cutbacks give way to shuttered businesses, bankruptcies and lasting payroll cuts. It's a sharp change after initial optimism the jobs would return. In April, 78% of those in households with a job loss thought they'd be temporary. Now, 47% think that lost job is definitely or probably not coming back, according to the latest poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research....
    Dr. Peter Hotez said Wednesday that the public health crisis is likely to "get worse before it gets better," a day after President Trump issued the same warning as cases surge in many parts of the country. In an interview on "Bill Hemmer Reports," Hotez said he agreed with Trump's prediction, and confirmed what many Americans feared all along: the coronavirus will continue to spread before it can properly be contained. TRUMP: CORONAVIRUS WILL 'GET WORSE BEFORE IT GETS BETTER' "It is still climbing in many parts of the South, so we will have to look at what kind of containment measures will be needed in order to bring this back down," Hotez said. "It will get worse before it gets better, but then figuring out between the White...
    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY  > US negotiates 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer that will be free to Americans > US reports 1,000+ daily COVID-19 deaths for first time in July  > In first coronavirus briefing in nearly three months, Trump says pandemic will ‘get worse before it gets better,’ urges Americans to wear face masks when necessary  > Pelosi calls coronavirus the ‘Trump virus’  > New CDC study finds most people in US still highly susceptible to virus; US infections could be up to 13 times higher than reported  > WHO says virus is ‘beginning to accelerate in Africa’; ‘worrying trends’ in southern Europe and the Balkans   > United Airlines requires customers to wear masks...
    If anyone had a doubt about what is at stake in the November 2020 election, it was cleared up over the Fourth of July weekend. After President Trump’s two powerful speeches, the election has now come down to an elemental choice. Will America continue as a democratic republic which upholds the rule of law, equality of rights and opportunity for citizens of all races and religions, and the individual freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution? Or, will we erase our history and descend into a Marxist dystopia of violence, mob-rule, racial hatred and ethnic tribalism? What happened?  On July 3, President Trump addressed the American people from Mount Rushmore and again from the shadow of the Washington Monument on the Fourth...
    California State University trustees will vote on whether to make ethnic studies a graduation requirement on Wednesday, but say the proposal could become 'moot' if the state passes a bill defining their own requirement for the studies.  The change could mark the first in the general education curriculum for the nation's largest public university system in over 40 years, the New York Times reports. But a recent bill being heavily pushed by the state is putting the university system at odds with lawmakers, as they feel the legislation is an overstep.  California State University trustees will vote on the proposal to require an ethnic studies course on Wednesday After nearly six years of development, the CSU proposal was passed on...
    Will NFL and college football games be played this fall during the coronavirus pandemic? Most Americans don’t think so, according to a recent Harris Poll. From USA Today: “Only 32% think the NFL will have a season and just 24% think college football will be played, according to data released by The Harris Poll, which said it surveyed 1,970 U.S. adults last weekend.” MORE: Why NFL preseason games are being canceled in 2020 The poll shows Americans aren’t feeling optimistic about the ability of any sports leagues to play during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. “Only 29% of Americans believe the NBA will be able to finish its season set to start July 30, and only 45 percent believe MLB will be able...
    A FREE coronavirus vaccine will be offered to Americans after drug company Pfizer makes a pact with the United States for 600million doses. The United States has agreed to give $1.95 billion to Pfizer for an initial 100million doses of a vaccine, which is being developed by Pfizer Inc. and Germany's BioNTech. 4The United States has agreed to give $1.95 billion to Pfizer for an initial 100million doses of a vaccine, which is being developed by Pfizer Inc. and Germany's BioNTechCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4According to a Pfizer press release on Wednesday, the vaccine will be free to AmericansCredit: Getty Images - Getty The US can also obtain up to 500 million additional doses of the potential mRNA-based Vaccine Candidate Against...
    Pfizer and BioNTech, a German biotech company, announced Wednesday that the U.S. has reached a $1.95 billion deal with them for an initial order of 100 million doses of their coronavirus vaccine. According to the announcement Americans will receive the vaccine for free. The United States, which has a population of over 300 million people, could get up to 500 million more doses of the vaccine.  "Expanding Operation Warp Speed's diverse portfolio by adding a vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech increases the odds that we will have a safe, effective vaccine as soon as the end of this year," said Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar in a statement. “Depending on success in clinical trials, today’s agreement will enable the delivery...
    President Donald Trump acknowledged Tuesday that the rising cases of coronavirus would probably get worse. “It will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better, something I don’t like saying about things but that’s the way it is,” Trump said. The president spoke at a press conference on Tuesday to address the flare-ups of the virus happening across the country. Trump also urged Americans to protect the elderly and asked young Americans to avoid packed bars. “We are imploring young Americans to avoid packed bars and other crowded indoor gatherings, be safe and be smart,” he said. He also asked Americans to wear masks if they were unable to properly distance themselves socially. “Whether you like the mask or not,...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpDHS expands authority of personnel to collect information on people threatening monuments: report GOP signals Trump's payroll-tax cut in Republican coronavirus bill — for now Trump threatens to double down on Portland in other major cities MORE said Tuesday that the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United States would “get worse before it gets better” amid surges in cases in parts of the country. “It will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better,” Trump, reading from prepared remarks, told reporters at a White House briefing Tuesday evening. Trump went on to implore Americans to wear masks, physically distance and wash their hands, and urged young Americans to avoid bars. “We’re asking everybody that when you are...
    In his first official press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic since April, President Trump on Tuesday admitted that the public health crisis is likely to worsen as cases surge across the country and asked all Americans to wear masks in public. While Trump hailed his administration’s response to the pandemic and the work toward developing a vaccine, he bluntly disclosed what many Americans already know: that the crisis is likely to spread more before it can be contained. “It will get worse before it gets better,” Trump said of the pandemic that has infected close to 4 million Americans. “That’s something I don’t like saying but it is.” Trump’s comments come after weeks where he either downplayed the virus’ continued...
    Getty There's expected to be a second COVID-19 stimulus check. As top Republican leaders make it clear that they are going to approve a second COVID-19 stimulus check for some Americans, some are wondering whether the new eligibility rules could exclude many seniors. The question is whether older Americans would likely be over the income eligibility requirements that Republicans set. To be clear, the amount and eligibility for the second stimulus checks has not yet been determined. Senate Republicans reconvened to discuss just that, and more, the week of July 20, 2020. All they’ve said so far is that a second check is going to happen. What’s driving the concern about seniors is comments that Senate Majority...
    In response to President Donald Trump planning to resume his daily coronavirus briefings on Tuesday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough said such a decision would be a “political catastrophe” for his 2020 reelection campaign. Scarborough argued Trump would continue to go off-script and provide soundbites to his opponents that would then get used against him, which he advised would be “politically devastating” to the president. “Mika, it would be even more of a political catastrophe for his campaign if that were, in fact, the course he chose, because, of course, those briefings were the beginning of his slide. And with every briefing he made, every time he went off-script, he provided, and we predicted at the time, he provided...
    U.S. President Donald Trump's name appears on the coronavirus economic assistance checks that were sent to citizens across the country April 29, 2020 in Washington, DC.Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images Many Americans hope a second stimulus check is on the table in the next coronavirus relief package. Starting this week, we get to see if Congress agrees. President Donald Trump has said he is in favor of sending more direct payments to Americans. House Democrats included a second set of $1,200 stimulus checks in the HEROES Act, only this time with more generous payments of up to $6,000 per family.   But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has said he would like to bring the threshold to qualify down...
    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Monday the United States will “make sure” a Covid-19 vaccine will be ready for “emergency use” by the end of 2020. “The focus is kids and jobs and vaccines,” Mnuchin told reporters in the Oval Office during a session with GOP leaders. “We are going to make sure we have a vaccine by the end of the year for emergency use.” Under section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, the FDA may “allow unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by CBRN threat agents when there are no adequate, approved,...
    Three-quarters of Americans worry life will never return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey. The survey asked 2,000 Americans — about 1,700 of whom are employed — about how they anticipate the world will be after the COVID-19 pandemic. Fifty-nine percent of those surveyed said they currently can’t use shared spaces in the workplace without fear. Another 36 percent of respondents said they’re afraid they can’t return to normal work lives without putting their families at risk of potential infection. Three-quarters of Americans worry life will never return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey. (SWNS) COMPANY SHARES SHOCKING MODEL OF FUTURE REMOTE WORKER AS PANDEMIC CONTINUES Conducted by OnePoll...
    Madison Summers July 18, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump does not want to issue a nationwide order requiring Americans to wear masks amid the coronavirus pandemic. Despite pressure by some for a mask mandate, Trump was asked during an interview on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace if he would consider a national mandate. “I want people to have a certain freedom and I don’t believe in that, no,” Trump responded. The president also said he does not “agree with the statement that if everyone wore a mask, everything disappears.” He added: “Dr. [Anthony] Fauci said don’t wear a mask, our surgeon general — terrific guy — said don’t wear a mask. Everybody was saying don’t wear a...
    Photo via HeadshotBooker Lakeland Square Mall is set to participate in the “10,000 Headshots” initiative to provide complimentary headshots to those without work. The initiative, started by Headshot Booker, is a one-day, nationwide event intended to provide 10,000 unemployed Americans with a professional headshot, as many have lost their jobs due to the pandemic.  The event will be held at Lakeland Square Mall Wednesday, July 22 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Headshots will be shared on site, through the photo sharing platform SpotMyPhotos. “Regardless of profession, COVID-19 sent millions of Americans to the unemployment line without warning,” the event press release reads. “That is why Lakeland Square Park (3800 US Highway 98 North) is participating with Headshot Booker and local photographers...
    Photo via HeadshotBookerLakeland Square park is set to participate in the “10,000 Headshots” initiative to provide complimentary headshots to those without work. The initiative, started by Headshot Booker, is a one-day, nationwide event intended to provide 10,000 unemployed Americans with a professional headshot, as many have lost their jobs due to the pandemic.  The event will be held at Lakeland Square Park Wednesday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Headshots will be shared on site, through the photo sharing platform SpotMyPhotos. “Regardless of profession, COVID-19 sent millions of Americans to the unemployment line without warning,” the event press release reads. “That is why Lakeland Square Park (3800 US Highway 98 North) is participating with Headshot Booker and local...
    UP to 90 percent of Americans will swelter in a 90F coast to coast heatwave this weekend as the country is braced to break temperature records. Over 1,200 heat records and 159 July heat records have already fallen across the country and more records are expected to shatter as the heat wave continues into the weekend and next week. 4Up to 90 percent of Americans will swelter in a 90F coast to coast heatwave this weekend 4Temperatures are likely to soar in Northeastern USCredit: Accuweather Temperatures in northeastern states will be in the low-to-mid nineties by the weekend as they start to rise from Thursday. The mercury will jump 15-20F in New York and Boston - just a...
    THREE in five Americans believe gyms will become a thing of the past due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to new research, a survey of 2,000 Americans found going to a gym is becoming more and more obsolete due to the pandemic, with three in four saying it’s easier than ever to maintain their fitness routines from their homes. 5 A survey of 2,000 Americans found going to a gym is becoming more and more obsolete due to the pandemicCredit: Getty Images - Getty The study asked how people have used their time during quarantine to change up their fitness routines, 63 percent said they’ve taken the time to get into better shape. Another 64 percent of respondents are more...
    Three-quarters of Americans worry life will never return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey. The survey asked 2,000 Americans — about 1,700 of whom are employed — about how they anticipate the world will be after the COVID-19 pandemic. Fifty-nine percent of those surveyed said they currently can’t use shared spaces in the workplace without fear. SWNS Another 36 percent of respondents said they’re afraid they can’t return to normal work lives without putting their families at risk of potential infection. Sixty-eight percent of respondents think the stay-at-home orders should remain in place until there is a vaccine for COVID-19 Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Torch, the survey found 63 percent of employed respondents...
    Three-quarters of Americans worry life will never return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey. The survey asked 2,000 Americans — about 1,700 of whom are employed — about how they anticipate the world will be after the COVID-19 pandemic. Fifty-nine percent of those surveyed said they currently can’t use shared spaces in the workplace without fear. SWNS Another 36 percent of respondents said they’re afraid they can’t return to normal work lives without putting their families at risk of potential infection. Sixty-eight percent of respondents think the stay-at-home orders should remain in place until there is a vaccine for COVID-19 Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Torch, the survey found 63 percent of employed respondents...
    THREE-quarters of Americans are scared that life will never return to normal even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, a new survey revealed. It asked 2,000 people – 1,700 of whom are employed – how they thought the world will change after the coronavirus crisis. People are concerned that theyll never get their pre-pandemic lives backCredit: Getty Images - Getty Re-opening Continues Across Densely Populated New York And New Jersey AreasCredit: Getty Images - Getty Voter essistant Marvin Hass, wearing a face mask and shield, aids voters at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center during a runoff election, Tuesday, July 14Credit: AP:Associated Press Credit: SWNS Fifty-nine percent of them said they can't use shared work spaces without being scared of contracting or spreading...
    White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters during Monday's daily press briefing that President TrumpDonald John TrumpDavis: Supreme Court decision is bad news for Trump, good news for Vance Meadows trying to root out suspected White House leakers by feeding them info: Axios Pressley hits DeVos over reopening schools: 'I wouldn't trust you to care for a house plant let alone my child' MORE "believes that the Native American community would be very angry" about Washington's NFL team changing its name.  "These teams name their teams out of strength, not weakness,” McEnany said Monday when asked about the name change. “[President Trump] says he believes that the Native American community would be very angry at this.” The NFL team...
    By STEVE PEOPLES, AP National Political Writer Presidential politics move fast. What we’re watching heading into a new week on the 2020 campaign: Days to general election: 113 ___ THE NARRATIVE These are among the darkest days of President Donald Trump's presidency. Coronavirus infections are exploding, the economic recovery is in jeopardy and Trump may have undermined his own “law and order” message by commuting the prison sentence of his friend and political adviser. Emboldened Democrats are trying to guard against overconfidence, even as they see real opportunities to expand Joe Biden's path to the White House in states like Georgia, Iowa and Ohio. And Biden's slow-and-steady approach is winning praise from Democrats everywhere as Trump's string of unforced errors...
    On Friday, CNN’s polling analyst Harry Enten said that President Donald Trump will “lose bigly” in November unless he changes strategy, Raw Story reported. Speaking with anchor John Berman, Enten said out that polling suggests voters trust the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden more than Trump when it comes to handling the coronavirus pandemic. Furthermore, Biden is more trusted on race relations as well. “It’s difficult to imagine that the president will win unless something changes,” Enten said, pointing to a recent poll from The Washington Post. The survey found that most voters disagree with Trump’s “law and order” approach to racial issues and apparently see the tactic as divisive. Enten said that Trump is “trying to change...
    Country Club of Detroit to host U.S. Senior Amateur in 2021 Theres a Reason You Get More Acne Scars in the Summer Continued unemployment boosts will help recovery more than new stimulus checks, economists say Economists estimate a new $1.5 trillion coronavirus relief package will be needed to stabilize the U.S. economy, with the most critical funding needed to continue enhanced unemployment and food assistance benefits, which have kept some 10 million Americans out of poverty this year but are set to expire at the end of July. © Provided by CNBC Hundreds of unemployed Kentucky residents wait in long lines outside the Kentucky Career Center for help with their unemployment claims on June 19, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky....
    A punishing and relentless heatwave is set to bake the US for weeks on end beginning this weekend until the end of July, with the historic ‘heat dome’ set to encapsulate more than 265 million Americans by next week. The heatwave is already getting underway in the South, with some areas – including Las Vegas and Phoenix - forecast to peak above a scintillating 110 degrees by Saturday. However, the surging summer heat will not just be limited to the south. Next week, the heat is set to move north and east, spreading 100-degree temperatures across the Ohio Valley and into the Mid-Atlantic, forecasts show. The National Weather Service is predicting that 75 or more record-high temperatures will either be...
    © UNICEF/UN0309959/Arcos The coronavirus pandemic will create 45 million more poor people in Latin America in 2020, according to the United Nations. The report, released on Thursdays by UN chief Antonio Guterres, paints a dark picture for Latin America and the Caribbean, predicting an economic contraction of 9.1 per cent — the worst the region has seen in 100 years. Devastating economic consequences from the coronavirus pandemic such as a steep decline in tourism and sharp drop in remittances will see Latin America’s poverty levels increase by 7 per cent from 2019. This would mean there will be a total of 230 million people living in poverty in the region with a population of 630 million. Moreover, as many...
    Nearly seven in 10 Americans believe the traditional grocery store run will be a thing of the past due to COVID-19, according to new research. The study asked 2,000 Americans about how their views on grocery shopping have changed in light of the global pandemic. And the results showed respondents are open to exploring new ways they can get their groceries: 64 percent of those surveyed said they’ve utilized grocery deliveries and 55 percent have tried a meal kit delivery service. SWNS Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of HelloFresh, the survey found 68 percent of respondents have used their time in quarantine to reevaluate their food shopping and cooking habits. Forty-four percent of respondents said the top challenge they face...
    Robert Reich, writing for The Guardian, weighs in on the fairy tale that our country is somehow “roaring back,” as Donald Trump characterized it when he hawked a report last week based on misleading unemployment statistics—numbers that were already woefully out of date at the time they were released. The US economy isn’t roaring back. Just over half of Americans have jobs now, the lowest figure in more than 70 years. What’s roaring back is Covid-19. Until it’s tamed, the American economy doesn’t stand a chance. As former Labor Secretary Reich notes: “The uptick in jobs in June was due almost entirely to the hasty reopening, which is now being reversed.” Last month, many businesses rehired previously laid-off employees based on...
    Getty Will there be an income cap on the new stimulus check, if there is one? Get the details here. Over the past few days, the prospect of a second stimulus check has gained momentum, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stating that another check could “very well be part” of the next coronavirus relief bill, according to Forbes. McConnell specifically stated, “I think the people who have been hit the hardest are people who make about $40,000 a year or less,” according to Forbes. President Trump has already voiced his support for a second stimulus check, telling Fox Business Channel, “I support actually larger numbers than the Democrats, but it’s got to be done properly.” But what would...
    A health expert with Johns Hopkins University thinks that Americans will be wearing masks for 'several years'. Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, said in an interview with CNET for the series Hacking the Apocalypse that he believes wearing facial coverings will be a part of the 'new normal'. 'I think that mask wearing and some degree of social distancing, we will be living with - hopefully living with happily - for several years,' Toner said Monday. Toner added: 'It's actually pretty straightforward. If we cover our faces, and both you and anyone you're interacting with are wearing a mask, the risk of transmission goes way down.  'Being outside, having distance between you and...
    SEVEN in ten worry poor health will limit their life experiences and Generation Z are more concerned than boomers, according to a new survey. The survey of 2,000 adults in the US split evenly from Gen Z to baby boomers found that Gen Z respondents to be the most worried about their health preventing them from experiencing everything they’d like to do in life. 6 A poll conducted by OnePoll revealed 62 percent of respondents said doing the things they want in their lifetime will require good healthCredit: Getty Images - Getty The results, 75 percent verse baby boomers at 63 percent are more worried about their health preventing them from experiencing everything they’d like to do in life. Although,...
    LOUISIANA Senator John Kennedy likened presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden to doomsday by telling Americans they should “build a fallout shelter” if the former vice president wins the presidential election. The Republican senator predicted the worst after Biden tweeted that he plans to “transform” the United States if he gets elected in November. 4 Senator John Kennedy predicted that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden will transform America if he is elected and that Americans will pay a 'fearsome' priceCredit: Getty Images - Getty “The vice president says he will transform America,” Kennedy said on Fox News’ Hannity show on Monday, and opined that Biden indeed will and that Americans “will pay a fearsome price.” “His foreign policy is hugs...
            by Eric Lendrum  As the summer of our discontent drags on, the fall of 2020 will bring with it either the fall of America or its rise from the ashes. This Independence Day, the battle lines were drawn unambiguously, and the fate of our nation truly does rest on the decision of the American voters in November. It is now a commonplace that every election of our recent history is “the most important” election ever – and it may often seem there is no reason for this other than to drive up voter enthusiasm and campaign contributions. Of course, each time, the candidates go on the next cycle just four years later, “No, this time it...
    Health experts won’t ask Americans to take off their masks any time soon. That’s the take of Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. He has been preparing for an outbreak like the novel coronavirus as part of his work for years. Johns Hopkins practices virus simulations as part of is preparedness protocol, with the goal of offering public health experts and policymakers a blueprint of what to do in a pandemic. One of those simulations took place in October 2019, when Toner and a team of researchers launched a coronavirus pandemic simulation in New York, running through various scenarios on how residents, governments and private businesses would hypothetically react to the threat....
    Health experts won’t ask Americans to take off their masks any time soon. That’s the take of Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. He has been preparing for an outbreak like the novel coronavirus as part of his work for years. Johns Hopkins practices virus simulations as part of is preparedness protocol, with the goal of offering public health experts and policymakers a blueprint of what to do in a pandemic. One of those simulations took place in October 2019, when Toner and a team of researchers launched a coronavirus pandemic simulation in New York, running through various scenarios on how residents, governments and private businesses would hypothetically react to the threat. One...
    Health experts won’t ask Americans to take off their masks any time soon. That’s the take of Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. He has been preparing for an outbreak like the novel coronavirus as part of his work for years. Johns Hopkins practices virus simulations as part of is preparedness protocol, with the goal of offering public health experts and policymakers a blueprint of what to do in a pandemic. One of those simulations took place in October 2019, when Toner and a team of researchers launched a coronavirus pandemic simulation in New York, running through various scenarios on how residents, governments and private businesses would hypothetically react to the threat. TEXAS' CORONAVIRUS HOSPITALIZATIONS...
    (CNN)As coronavirus cases surge and governors begin agitating for a national mandate on wearing masks, President Donald Trump is showing few signs he'll budge on an issue that has come to epitomize a national pandemic response rooted in denial and which now threatens his political future.Even most elected Republicans now openly advocate for wearing masks and have been pictured with their noses and mouths covered, in part to set an example for the country. But Trump still refuses to wear a mask in public, and most guests at his two July 4 celebrations -- at Mt. Rushmore and on the White House South Lawn -- were bare-faced."I think it ought to be a national, a national requirement," said New Jersey...
    In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has been claiming that COVID-19 has been mostly defeated in the U.S. — which is laughable in light of how much infection rates have been surging, especially in Sun Belt states. But according to Washington Post reporters Yasmeen Abutaleb and Josh Dawsey, Team Trump has found a new coronavirus talking point: claiming that Americans can learn to live with the pandemic and the ever-climbing death count. According to Abutaleb and Dawsey, the “goal” of Trump’s White House and campaign allies “is to convince Americans that they can live with the virus — that schools should reopen, professional sports should return, a vaccine is likely to arrive by the end of the year, and the...
    Savannah Rychcik July 5, 2020 0 Comments Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn is suggesting he is not so sure he can provide a timeline for when a vaccine for the coronavirus will become available to the nation. Appearing on ABC’s “This Week” Hahn was asked by host Martha Raddatz if President Donald Trump’s claim a vaccine will be available “long before the end of the year” is accurate. Hahn responded with uncertainty of when Americans will see a vaccine become available. “I can’t predict when a vaccine will be available,” Hahn said.Check out his comments below: NEW: FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn stops short of backing Pres. Trumps timeline suggesting a COVID-19 vaccine could be available “long before the end...
    The White House is now telling Americans to learn to live with the coronavirus, shifting their focus from past months when they expressed that the virus would eventually go away.  Administration officials are trying to intensify their messaging on the pandemic in the next week, senior administration officials told NBC News. The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election.  The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election  Top advisers for the president will argue for ways to move forward, despite the...
    On Friday, Donald Trump and his wife Melania attended an early Independence Day celebration held at Mount Rushmore. This article first appeared on Salon. There were fireworks, a military flyover, and “patriotic” songs such as “The Star-Spangled Banner”. The entire spectacle embodied the worst kind of superficial juvenile patriotism. More than 130,000 Americans are dead from the coronavirus pandemic. The country teeters on the edge of a second Great Depression. A neofascist regime rules in Washington. Donald Trump is in thrall to Vladimir Putin and Russia and in doing so actively betrays the United States and the American people. Music and fireworks and loud planes are distractions for a country facing an existential crisis. Donald Trump’s early July 4th celebration had little...
    Chauncey DeVega July 4, 2020 10:00AM (UTC) On Friday, Donald Trump and his wife Melania attended an early Independence Day celebration held at Mount Rushmore. There were fireworks, a military flyover, and "patriotic" songs such as "The Star-Spangled Banner". The entire spectacle embodied the worst kind of superficial juvenile patriotism. : More than 130,000 Americans are dead from the coronavirus pandemic. The country teeters on the edge of a second Great Depression. A neofascist regime rules in Washington. Donald Trump is in thrall to Vladimir Putin and Russia and in doing so actively betrays the United States and the American people.  Music and fireworks and loud planes are distractions for a country facing an existential crisis. Donald Trump's early...
    The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors and local officials have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small. “This year is a huge bummer, to say the least,” said Ashley Peters, who for 14 years has hosted 150 friends and relatives at a pool party at her home in Manteca, California, complete with a...
    By JOHN SEEWER The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans’ self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small. Health experts agree this will be a pivotal moment in determining whether the nation slides into a deeper mess. The fear is that a weekend of crowded pool parties, picnics and parades will fuel the surge....
    Diane, a nurse from Houston, Texas, sunbathes at the beach next to her husband, both wearing facemasks, in Miami Beach, Florida on June 16, 2020.Eva Marie Uzcategui | AFP via Getty Images The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans' self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small. Health experts agree this will be a...
    By JOHN SEEWER, Associated Press The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans' self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small. Health experts agree this will be a pivotal moment in determining whether the nation slides into a deeper mess. The fear is that a weekend of crowded pool parties, picnics and parades will fuel...
    By JOHN SEEWER The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans’ self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small. Health experts agree this will be a pivotal moment in determining whether the nation slides into a deeper mess. The fear is that a weekend of crowded pool parties, picnics and parades will fuel the surge....
    Independence Day is a day familiar to us all. The streets are dressed in red, white and blue, and the sky serves as a canvas for an endless night of fireworks. We enjoy parades and time with loved ones – all while saluting our nation and our freedoms. As we celebrate America’s 244th year as an independent nation, however, the face of our country looks different. This year, we paused at the sound of an alarming pandemic that was sweeping the world. This pause gave a spotlight to injustices that our American brothers and sisters have been facing for generations. JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO: OUR DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE DECISION TO REVOLT AGAINST BRITAIN America was founded on the principles of liberty and...
    EFE photo The United States Ambassador to Mexico, Christopher Landau, recalled that we are in the midst of a pandemic, however, “hundreds of thousands of people per day cross the land border” between the two countries He ambassador of the United States in Mexico, Christopher Landau, pointed out to citizens americans that if they continue to do casual travel through the border between the two restrictions will increase. 2/2… NOT the time to cross to shop, eat, or visit family on the other side. Only “essential” travel is permitted over the land border. If US citizens continue to make casual cross-border trips, the restrictions will increase, not decrease. Please act responsibly!
    San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs fans look on in game action during the Super Bowl LIV game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers on February 2, 2020 at Hard Rock Stadium, in Miami Gardens, FL.Robin Alam | Icon Sportswire | Getty Images Rapid coronavirus testing, which can produce results in under an hour, will allow Americans to attend crowded sports events in time for the fall football season, a top U.S. health official said Thursday. "We wanna see Americans have a chance to have some normal experiences of enjoying life," National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins said during a coronavirus hearing with the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education,...
    Trump's comments mirror those he made in April, which looked like it would be the peak of the virus in the United States. However, since then, states began to reopen their economies without following basic guidance from public health experts, such as implementing face mask requirements and social distancing measures. Now, cases of the virus are climbing at a record pace, with the United States setting a record on Wednesday for the highest single-day rise in positive tests. A whopping 49,932 positive tests came back positive in the United States on Wednesday, according to the New York Times. And some states are now scaling back their reopening plans as a result. The massive rise in cases comes before the July...
    One of the strengths of America is its individualism – rugged individualism. Americans cherish the right to run our own lives and make our own choices. Even during a crisis, we can’t forget the fundamental freedoms that undergirded our country’s founding. I understand the need to do no harm to others. That’s why I’ve consistently and vocally urged people in Florida and across the country to wear masks, social distance and stay home as much as possible. People ignoring these warnings are being selfish – they’re not only putting their own health at risk, but also the health and well-being of their families, friends and coworkers. In a free society we have the right to act stupid, and we tend to regularly exercise that right. But if you are ignoring commonsense precautions, you are not only endangering yourself...
    Around 50 percent of Us citizens think movie video games should really be deemed a element of the Olympics, according to new investigate. The study looked at 2,000 Americans’ viewpoints on video clip video games and asked them to study their individual gaming practices. Three in four respondents agree it is a lot more socially appropriate to enjoy video clip game titles now than it was just five decades in the past.SWNSVideo video games are so acceptable, in fact, that 56 per cent imagine they need to be included in the Olympics. Executed by OnePoll on behalf of Globe of Warships forward of Countrywide Movie Video game Day, the survey also discovered 56 percent of people surveyed reported that it...
    Over half of Americans think video games should be considered a part of the Olympics, according to new research. The survey looked at 2,000 Americans’ opinions on video games and asked them to examine their own gaming habits. Three in four respondents agree it’s more socially acceptable to play video games now than it was just five years ago. SWNS Video games are so acceptable, in fact, that 56 percent believe they should be included in the Olympics. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of World of Warships ahead of National Video Game Day, the survey also found 56 percent of those surveyed said that it takes more skills to play video games than contact sports. Fifty-four percent of respondents even...
    Kids riding bicycles at an Independence Day Parade, July 4, 1989. Joe Sohm/Visions of America/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Independence Day has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but its history goes back to the 18th century. On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, a document stating that the 13 colonies would no longer be tied to Britain.  The Fourth of July is now celebrated across the United States with barbecues, fireworks, parades, and concerts. It's important to note that though the Fourth of July commemorates the day freedom was achieved for white Americans, Black Americans were not freed from slavery until nearly a century later. Visit Insider's...
    Tuesday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) said President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic would be his political undoing. Murphy said, “You know, the president seems to think that if he doesn’t talk about coronavirus, then it will go away, and people will stop caring about it and, you know, that’s proof of his ignorance and proof of the bubble that exists around this White House. Coronavirus dominates everyone’s life in this country on a daily basis for the millions of Americans out of work, they can think of nothing except for coronavirus. For those of us that are parents getting ready to send our kids back to school one or two days a week, we’re talking...