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  1. Jan 2024
    1. Trump plays the victim: Perhaps more interesting than anything he said in court — before or during his testimony — was Trump’s decision to show up in the first place. He was not bound by the court to speak at or attend the trial, at which cameras are not allowed, but did so repeatedly. His appearance on Thursday amounted to another opportunity, in Trump’s estimation, to advance the narrative that he is the victim of a broad conspiracy designed to block his return to office and damage his personal and business reputation.

      Gross speculation - terrible journalism. Just a bullet point they wanted to make.

    1. The cities are believed to have housed 30,000 people, or perhaps even more (Credit: Antoine Dorison and Stéphen Rostain)

      All these rivers (Upano, Pastaza) do flow ultimately into the Amazon.

  2. Dec 2022
    1. Each religion believed that they were superior to others and wanted to convert others.

      This is a meaningful observation. It could be effective to avoid this in mission work.

  3. Sep 2022
    1. "Bolsonaro is a great hero for all of us," says Bannon, who sees Brazil as a key part of a global populist movement. "He's at the level of [conservative authoritarian Hungarian prime minister] Viktor Orban as someone that has stood for sovereignty and really grassroots. He's got evangelicals, he's got working-class people. If you look at Brazil, it is very much like the Maga movement."

      Love the way the BBC wants to tell you here what, exactly, to think about Orban, lol.

  4. Aug 2022
    1. Greene has a long history of antagonizing the LGBTQ community and its supporters, recently backing a proposal to ban gender-affirming care for transgender minors.

      Thanks for the bad take.

    1. 다만 미셸은 “미국에서도, 한국에서도 내가 항상 아웃사이더 같았다. 내가 속해 있을 공간을 창조하고 싶단 생각이 좋은 ‘예술적 선물’이 됐다”고 했다.

      There it is: biracial kids 'without identity.'

  5. May 2022
    1. Open Society Foundations-funded LaBot Constituyente, which tweets every vote as it happens.

      LOL there's George Soros

    1. The truth is that data from more than a dozen studies of more than 30,000 transgender and gender-diverse young people consistently show that access to gender-affirming care is associated with better mental health outcomes—and that lack of access to such care is associated with higher rates of suicidality, depression and self-harming behavior.

      Probably only proof that some form of treatment for mental health issues results in a betterment, plus the studies are likely designed to produce these results.

    1. The war in Ukraine will soon be three months old. Russia's forces are still well short of the minimum objectives set out by President Vladimir Putin and in many areas the front lines are beginning to look static.

      They just don't care to reference these goals anywhere - just throwing it out there doesn't make it true.

  6. Apr 2022
    1. A successful and democratic Ukraine undermines the Russian leader’s own authoritarianism at home.

      The problem being that this is not even happening in the Ukraine.

    1. In most cases, you need not use a comma before too at the end of a sentence or commas around it midsentence:


  7. Dec 2021
    1. Dr. Malhotra added that his colleague told him the institution decided it would be better not to publish the results, fearing it would lose its research funding. Referring to UK government health data showing there has been a substantial increase in the number of cardiology-related deaths recently, Malhotra noted, “somebody from a very prestigious British institution – a cardiology department researcher [and] a whistleblower – contacted me to say that researchers in [his] department had found something similar within the coronary arteries linked to the vaccine.” He continued, “They had a meeting and these researchers at the moment have decided they’re not going to publish their findings because they are concerned about losing research money from the drug industry.” Malhotra also referred to a recent paper by renowned cardiologist Steven Gundry that was published. The research found that COVID vaccines “dramatically increase inflammation on the endothelium and T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle.” “Knowing this information is very concerning, [in addition to] Steven Gundry’s paper, and also anecdotal evidence…being told by colleagues that younger and younger people coming in with heart attacks,” Malhotra explained. The doctor added “We know since July there’s been almost 10,000 excess non-Covid deaths and most of those, or a significant portion of those have been driven by circulatury disease – or in other words heart attack and stroke.”

      One of the most important blips on the Coronavirus

    1. Trump’s allies used a distorted interpretation of the law, the Election Count Act of 1887, to try and convince Pence that he could toss out the election results during the joint session of Congress on January 6. Pence ultimately decided not to follow through with the pro-Trump interpretation, but there is still room under the statute for the House, which may well be in Republican hands in January 2025, to make plenty of mischief. So the committee is planning to issue recommendations to rewrite the law to prevent such action.

      This vaguely reminds me of the obscure use of a law to get Flynn in trouble.

    2. He added: “We know the Meadows documents reportedly contain information such as the effort to put together an alternative slate of electors, after it was clear that Joe Biden had legitimately won the election. There are laws against election fraud in this country. And that brings us to the outcome. Because in addition to whatever the committee may find, it has the power to work with state and federal prosecutors and make referrals to state and federal prosecutors.”

      So the Jan. 6 committee is not even truly invested in the actual protests now, but more so in trying to get a big name politician over trying to defraud the election.

    1. The more you control for different rates of testing, the harder it gets to find vaccine effectiveness against transmission, and the more you start stumbling over evidence of negative efficacy. This is why we find evidence of negative efficacy in the UK data but not (for example) in the German data. In the UK, unlike in Germany, the unvaccinated are not subject to constant testing rules. In Israel, all national airport arrivals are tested regardless of vaccination status. These numbers, widely discussed a few weeks ago, show far lower third-dose efficacy than claimed, and also indicate negative efficacy among the double vaccinated for the month of August.

      Big if true.

  8. Oct 2021
    1. 비리 의혹 주 무대인 성남시청 압수 수색을 수사 착수 20일이 넘도록 하지 않고 있다. 이런 수사는 있을 수 없다. 신속한 압수 수색이 수사 성패를 가른다는 건 상식이다.


    1. A truly politicized pandemic would offer a chance to tame our public health authorities, to champion the humane conditions of political self-rule, and above all to restore the conditions for normal human life.

      That is an awful lot of faith in what politics means, lol; very optimistic.

    1. Before starting its phased return to normal in July, the U.K. put in several months of planning, but the Korean government only embraced the idea last month and seems to lack any coherent plan.

      What sort of 'coherent plan' is necessary?

  9. Aug 2021
    1. Influential thinkers from Karl Marx to Max Weber to Émile Durkheim predicted that the spread of scientific knowledge would dispel religion throughout the world, but that did not happen. For most people, religious faith was more emotional than cognitive.


    1. "Key success for the Taliban has been not harming those who surrendered," he added. "Internationally from the last few months, the ANDSF was deprived of the close air support, key leverage for the ANDSF in the battlefield. That inflicted huge damage to the security forces."

      The Taliban was specifically not harming those who surrendera ccording to Katawazai.

    2. Kindle the U.S. realization

      lol what an error

  10. Jun 2021
    1. Study of the geological stratigraphy of the dunes identified the presence of an island in Lake Mungo that was used by humans at the time of the Last Glacial Maximum. That means that aboriginal occupants of Australia likely still used watercraft to navigate coastal regions, a skill they used to colonize Australia's Sahul some 60,000 years ago.

      The aboriginals had lost the skills of watercraft.

    1. Cast in three parts: endocranium, face, and mandible of a 2 100 000 year old Australopithecus africanus specimen, the Taung child.

      Sometimes dated to 2.8 million

    1. 의사가 환자의 동의를 얻어 수술 장면을 CCTV로 촬영...환자가 별도로 CCTV 촬영을 요청하면 의사는 거부 불가능

      Notice also how this is really a fragment sentence just hanging there.

    1. In GAD patients, high IQ was associated with a greater degree of worry (r = 0.46; p = 0.016). In healthy volunteers, high IQ was associated with a relatively lower degree of worry (r = −0.60; p = 0.009). The correlation between IQ and worry was significant in both the GAD group and the healthy control group. However, in the former, the correlation was positive and in the latter, the correlation was negative (see Figure ​Figure2).2)

      It is almost like... for a person with GAD, having higher IQ correlates with greater degrees of anxiety. Very interesting.

    2. Patients with GAD reported significantly more worry, exhibited higher IQ scores, and showed reduced concentrations of choline-containing compounds in the subcortical white matter voxels (see Table ​Table11).

      Patients with generalized anxiety disorder having higher IQs also seems to go in the face of what Sinthe stated.

    3. Others have suggested a positive correlation between intelligence and pathological anxiety based on the hypothesis that gifted children are prone to disharmonious development, which may result in the development of personality disorders, obsessional behavior, and anxiety disorders.

      This links to pathological forms of anxiety - and the implications are for all sorts of development.

      Intelligence creates disharmonious development due to not fitting in is certainly an interesting concept.

    4. individuals exhibiting low intelligence are unable to make responses that lead to success, which in turn results in the development of anxiety (Phillips et al., 1960).

      This flies in the face of what Sinthe stated - apparently, normal levels of worry might be due to lack of intelligence; not being able to figure things out adequately results in having a lower iq.

    1. According to Cattell's psychometrically-based theory, general intelligence (g) is subdivided into gf and gc.

      G is divided into crystalized versus fluid intelligence according to Cottrell.

    1. Fluid intelligence refers to the ability to reason and think flexibly. Crystallized intelligence refers to the accumulation of knowledge, facts, and skills that are acquired throughout life.

      fluid vs crystlized

    1. tress exposure facilitates ventral striatal dopamine release [22, 23, 56], and Robinson et al. [14] recently observed increased ventral striatal PE signaling (model-free) of negative errors of reward prediction (i.e. when received outcome is smaller than expected) during acute stress. Additionally, Otto et al. [16] reported that acute stress exposure reduces the amount of model-based learning in subjects with low working memory capacity (a measure closely related to fluid intelligence and general cognitive ability), while model-free learning was unaffected and thus shifts the balance from goal-directed (model-based) toward more habitual (model-free) learning strategies during decision making

      People who have low working memory capacities have reduced [ability?] in model-based learning, and model-free learning emains unaffected.... The balance goes from goal-directed (model based) to habitual (model free) learning during decision making.

    2. Thus, our finding of a correlate between fluid IQ and VS BOLD PE signal is driven by those subjects who have experienced substantial life stress, which may have gradually shifted their flexible cognitive capacities toward more model-free strategies.

      So it seems that stress affects the way that one learns - 'their flexible cognitive capacities' are shifted toward 'model-free strategies.'

    3. Recently, we reported that individual differences in fluid IQ are associated with VS BOLD PE signals, with stronger VS BOLD PE correlates in subjects with higher IQ [13]. At the same time, there is recent evidence that acute stress increases BOLD responses elicited by aversive PE signals in the VS [14]. Furthermore, fluid IQ and stress are well known to interact, with stress having a strong moderating influence on cognitive abilities [15, 16], reward learning [17, 18], risk taking [19], reward responsivity [20], and decision-making speed [19]. Also, stress due to social exclusion situations impairs cognitive speed and accuracy [21]. However, despite strong evidence for an impact of stress on cognition and decision-making processes, little is known about the specific patterns and moderating trait components underlying these changes on a behavioral and neuronal level. Interestingly, it has recently been observed that (on a behavioral level) acute stress does not impair so-called model-free reward learning, while more cognitively demanding model-based reward learning is more affected by acute stress when working memory capacity is lower [16].

      The interaction here is interesting

    1. If the 15 point gap between whites and blacks, who are about 80% black, is purely genetic in origin, then the gap between whites and biracials (who are 1/4th genetically as black as self-identified blacks) should be around 3.75 IQ points. Instead, it’s 2.0.


    2. The differences between these groups, which were equivalent to 14.72 IQ points, were primarily (75.59%) due to difference in general cognitive ability (g), consistent with Spearman’s hypothesis.


    1. “Regression would explain why Black children born to high IQ, wealthyBlack parents have test scores 2 to 4 points lower than do White children born to low IQ, poor White parents.” Arthur Jensen.


    2. “If only environmental factors were responsible for the different IQs of different populations, we should expect to find some countries where Africans had higher IQs than Europeans. The failure to find a single country where this is the case points to the presence of a strong genetic factor.” Richard Lynn.


    1. In line with the literature, this study found that solving dejuvenation by immigration resembles a pyramid or Ponzi scheme. A simulation shows that ever-increasing numbers of immigrants are needed to keep the Dutch grey pressure at the 2020 level. This results in significant population growth: 35 million inhabitants by the year 2060, 75 million at the end of this century, and half a billion by the year 2200.

      Immigration as a ponzi scheme is a genius concept

    2. For almost half a century, the average number of children per woman has been around 1.7, well below the replacement level of approximately 2.1 needed for a constant population size. This causes every new generation to be smaller in size than the previous one, resulting in a dwindling share of young people in the population, a process sometimes referred to as “dejuvenation”. It also leads to an increase in the so-called grey pressure, that is, an increase in the ratio between the over-65s and people in the age group 20 to 65 years.

      'grey pressure' is a genius term and these are good demographic numbers right here.

    3. The lead author points out that if you make a map of the world showing the net fiscal contribution immigrants make (as shown above), and another map of the world showing the Cito scores of immigrants from those countries, the two maps correlate so strongly it is hard to tell the difference.


    1. 기자에게 “조국이 낙마하면 우리 취재 때문에 낙마했다는 소리를 듣도록 하자”고 했다.

      낙마 lit. means to fall off of a horse but in this context it talks about the inability to rise to the occasion of the job at hand.

    1. It has had at the very least, twenty-five years of gestation. It was and is a still-birth. It has not worked, because it could never have worked.

      In regards to the two state solution for Israel/Palestine specifically.

  11. May 2021
    1. Modeled after the investigation into the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the legislation would establish an independent, 10-member commission that would make recommendations by the end of the year for securing the Capitol and preventing another insurrection.

      They are really desperate to paint this as an actual insurrection.

    1. Slotkin and Lamb have indicated they will return the donations for fear their Republican opponents will associate them with Ocasio-Cortez.

      This is pretty LOL

    1. Lee Wonjae, a professor at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology who studies online

      not a good sentence

  12. Apr 2021
    1. Despite mounting pressure from lawmakers and civil society organisations, Denmark is determined to push ahead with efforts to return refugees to war-torn Syria as it claims conditions in parts of the country have improved.

      I thought Reuters was supposed to be a neutral source?

    1. Although often Schmitt is seen as a Catholic thinker, he had a tense relationship with the Church (not helped by his inability to get an annulment for his first marriage), and much of his thinking was more Gnostic than Catholic.

      I would love to see the argument that it is gnostic?

    1. Gross and Simmons note that American professors are disproportionately liberal—though probably less left-leaning on a number of issues than their counterparts in a number of other countries, including Denmark, Norway, Spain, and New Zealand.

      ... other countries are even MORE biased, guyz. It's coo'.

    1. Like some evangelicals in America, they liked to hold public worship meetings in front of police stations, and when taken away for public security concerns, they claim to have been persecuted.

      ... Because they are in Communist China and actually do have regressive policies there that will limit their social mobility, this is not a crazy conclusion.

    2. Christians in China were marginalized in the sense that they were expected to keep the faith to themselves.

      This ignores the fact that there is discrimination concerning the amount of advancement that could be expected if one became a Christian.

  13. Mar 2021
    1. As one would expect, it is generally the best people who have suffered the most. This tells us that God does not exist, or is evil, or operates in ways too sick for us to understand.

      I suppose I am not surprised by this bad take.

    1. 또한 올해 초 호주의 온라인 매체와 진행한 인터뷰에서도 자신의 정체성이 중국이 아닌 미국에 있다는 것을 강조한 바 있다.

      이것은 확실하지 않다. 지금은 그 소스가 'now american'은 오타라고 하고 있고 실제로 not american이라고 했다고 했다.

    1. As a being’s partial lack of its proper perfections, evil is ultimately a failure of reversion, the being’s failure to appropriate, to desire, to love God as the Goodness whereby it is

      This is the DOCTRINE OF REVERSION: the failure to return love to God, as is the proper end of all man.

    1. Because personally speaking: with the exception of a roughly 18-month period from 2017-2018 when I was a full-time employee of The Young Turks (and subsequently laid off without warning one afternoon along with a slew of others—so I know the feeling) for the past five years I’ve been able to generate a dependable income primarily from various crowd-funding methods, on top of “independent contracting” for media organizations and most recently, a forthcoming book.

      I had no idea that Tracey worked for TYT.

    1. 9일 경찰에 따르면 경남 거제경찰서는 거제의 한 모텔에서 남편에게 흉기를 휘두른 A씨를 살인미수 혐의로 체포해 조사를 벌이고 있다.

      항상 거제도야 ㅋㅋㅋ

    1. The riot saw five people including a police officer killed and shook the foundations of American democracy. The head of the Capitol police force later resigned.

      "Killed" is a completely inappropriate word; even if we accept that Officer Sicknick was "killed" (very debatable), three of the civilians who died perished of health related problems. This is clearly bad journalism.

    1. 말라비틀어져
      1. verb 사람이나 사물이 쭈글쭈글하게 말라서 뒤틀리다.

      2. verb 몹시 하찮고 보잘것없다.

    1. A single instance of discrimination may have more than one basis. For example, discrimination against a married same-sex couple could be based on the sex stereotype that marriage should only be between heterosexual couples, the sexual orientation of the two individuals in the couple, or both.

      How could someone's belief about the nature of marriage be considered to be a stereotype? It is osmeone else's held belief on something.

  14. Feb 2021
    1. A fifth night of peaceful protests to denounce the imprisonment of a Spanish rap artist once more devolved into clashes between police and the members of fringe groups who set up street barricades and smashed storefront windows Saturday night in downtown Barcelona.

      Peaceful protests devolve into violence -- does this even really make them peaceful? Bizarre, lol.

    1. As he prepared his lectures on the ‘future of man’, Medawar speculated that biological ‘fitness’ was in fact best understood as an economic phenomenon:

      Genius observation

    1. In the rural areas they examined, Black, Latinx and indigenous communities, as well as people in poverty, bear an outsized share of the burden, the authors wrote.

      The first time that I saw Latinx in a major British publication.

    1. If we follow this reasoning, how many Liturgies per day should be celebrated to effectively maintain the “standing of the world”? One per diocese? One per nation? Just one–somewhere on Mount Athos, for example? Why should every little parish be live-streaming the Sacrament of the Body into the world-wide-void?

      St. John Chrysostom suggested that Constantinople couldbe the holiest city because of the number of liturgies performed there, making it the holiest place by the amount of holy undertakings being done.

      It makes sense to think of the proliferation of liturgies also as the proliferation of God's power and grace on earth.

    1. Those include Israel’s promise not to seek additional funds from Congress beyond what will be guaranteed annually in the new package, and to phase out a special arrangement that has allowed Israel to spend part of its U.S. aid on its own defense industry instead of on American-made weapons, the officials said.

      I love how they want them to promise to not seek addiitional aid -- it's almost like a parent saying "don't ask for more, because I will probably just cave in -- protect me from myself!"

    1. 형을 가장 무겁게 받아야 할 김규봉에 대해 구형량보다 2년이나 감형했다는 게 가장 아쉽다”며 반발했다.

      구형령 = the sought after amount of imprisonment; 감형 = the act of lowering the amount of punishment given to the person receiving it.

    1. Kostlin, in the “Realencyklopadie für protestantische Theologie” (Leipzig, 1896), I, 617, art. “Apokatastasis”, names Diodorus of Tarsus and Theodore of Mopsuestia as having also held the doctrine of apokatastasis, but cites no passage in support of his statement

      These guys were also anathmetized. This could be his error based on context or maybe he just leapt to that conclusion.

    1. For example, the stale polarizing phrase “social justice warriors” is one he repeatedly invokes (so often he resorts to using the acronym SJW’s for them). For just one refreshing moment he shifts gears to observe that “Peter Maurin, cofounder [with Dorothy Day, whom Dreher leaves unmentioned for some reason] of the Catholic Worker movement, was a truly Christian social justice warrior” (64). But this belated both-and moment integrating social justice and Christianity quickly frays as Dreher reverts back to SJW-bashing. Deeming Silicon Valley “a veritable mecca of the cult of social justice,” Dreher declares: “Social justice warriors are known for the spiteful disdain they hold for classically liberal values like free speech, freedom of association, and religious liberty. These are the kinds of people who will be making decisions about access to digital life and to commerce” (80-81). But wait, wasn’t there a good kind of social justice warrior? An integrated kind that could simultaneously be an SJW and take seriously the dangers of running roughshod over values of free speech, freedom of association and religious liberty?

      It seems doubtful that such a SJW actually exists actively on the progressive left. Amongst Democrats? Maybe, maybe someone like Tulsi Gabbard, but the author here is missing the point.

    1. But it shows, he said, how underhanded internet campaigns try to launder seemingly legitimate material like Mr. Vermulst’s article through a mesh of websites and fake social media accounts to give it an air of impartiality and authenticity.

      What are they even arguing? It sounds even like they are saying that Mr. Vermulst's "legitimate" article is being used to give a company an 'air of impartiality and authenticity,' and... this is somehow wrong?

      If the article is illegitimate, what is the wrong..? It's entirely separate from the fact that there apparently exists a network of bots that intends to share it.

    1. I would contend that none of the subsequent translations listed above have made even the slightest improvement on the language of the King James version, and that to the extent that they have departed from the wording of the King James they have diminished the beauty of the text. The only modern translations that have more or less maintained a degree of beauty in their translation have been those that attempted to revise the King James text, while maintaining to some extent or another its wording and cadence.

      It is almost like our own English language has been partly defined by the beauty of the KJV, so much so that centuries after its publication, we are still in debt to it.

    1. But since the Civil War, the Army had neither the esteem nor the favor of public or government. Liberal opinion, whether business-liberal or labor-liberal, dominated the United States after the destruction of the South, and the illiberal Army grew constantly more alienated from its own society.

      Referring to Republicans as 'business-liberal' and Democrats as 'labor-liberal' is a fantastic take.

    1. Hence, just as it belongs to a wise man to meditate and disseminate truth, especially about the first principle, so does it belong to him to refute contrary falsehood.

      This might actually be a bit overzealous. But it does make sense s a goal.

    1. Others are heading to other places like Telegram, connecting to boutique communities.

      Great way to describe it - boutique community!

    1. Go to Greene’s Twitter account and you’ll find her liking tweets that called for shooting Nancy Pelosi and executing FBI agents for their “deep state” persecutions of Donald Trump. I suppose the equivalent of that would have been Democratic members of Congress applauding the shooting of House Republican Whip Steve Scalise—except, no Democratic members of Congress did that; rather, they all expressed horror and condemnation.

      While this is incredibly wrong of Greene to do (and random people without names should exercise more caution than her when on the itnerent!), there is a difference between cheering on a crime that has actually occurred and just liking dumb tweets.

      Violence on twitter

    1. Others thought there was an invisible band of matter inside Mercury's orbit.

      Really not unlike dark matter

    2. The Greeks at that time had no access to papyrus or parchment, materials necessary to preserve a poem of this length: it must have been transmitted orally (and therefore lossily)

      This is very debatable. Of course, since the Iliad did not have a religious nature, it is doubtful that it was transmitted wit this level of strictness. But, still, it is remarkable how much can be committed to memory.

    3. Homer appears to completely break any such notions of artistic development: the Iliad and the Odyssey emerge at the end of the 8th century with no visible tradition behind them, and until the 19th century this miraculous event was accepted at face value, elevating Homer from merely a great poet to a superhuman figure.

      We have been obtuse, lol

  15. Jan 2021
    1. The government aims to vaccinate two-thirds of its population – about 40 million out of nearly 60 million people – to achieve herd immunity by the end of 2021.

      There is now very little talk about achieving herd immunity via young people simply contracting and living through the virus.

    1. The same groups – including members of the popular “alt-right” Reddit forum The_Donald – used techniques that are used by reputation management firms and marketers to push their companies up Google’s search results, to ensure pro-Trump imagery and articles ranked highly.

      Obvious lie easily prevented through research -- the Donald is not Alt Right.

    1. After all, China’s efforts demonstrate that it is quite tractable to achieve platform-scale moderation.

      Appealing to China to literally justify moderating the whole content of media platforms -- as if they are the model we should be following.

    1. 훼방꾼
    2. 이날 안 의원이 올린 만평 형식의 2컷짜리 그림에는 ‘조국 아들 인턴 확인서 허위 발급’ 혐의를 받는 최강욱 열린민주당 대표에게 의원직 상실형을 내린 판사가 ‘대행 업자’로 표현돼 있다.

      대행업자 = an agent, a proxy.

    1. Supporters of former President Donald Trump breached the Capitol building on January 6 and attempted to stop Congress from certifying Joe Biden's electoral win, believing that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.

      This cannot be representative of all of the supporters who charged in at all. Not good journalism.

    1. Last week, President Biden — who has already been caught multiple times violating his own mask mandate — said that he anticipates the coronavirus pandemic will get worse in the months ahead.

      In spite of the fact that the vaccines are beign distributed throughout the US.

    1. Pew Research Center analysis from 2018 found that between the year 2000 and 2016, median household income for middle class Americans has been stagnant while the median household income for working class Americans is less than it was 16 years prior.

      Yet dramatic billionaire growth.

    1. Washington, DC, like most Democrat-run cities, has a violent crime problem, so I certainly need a way to protect myself and I will be carrying each and every day.”

      DC's murder rate in 2020 is the highest that it has been in 12 years [1].