Can we get just one honest politician to stand up and say, “I think we may have overreacted to this whole COVID-19 thing”?
We all have one. Some people try to act like they don’t, but each of us has a line which we will not cross. For some it is based on religious faith or ideals. For others it may be something our father or mother instilled in us. Still others may never have given it a thought, but sometime during this short life we will all be confronted with a choice where we will find out just how low we can go.
Reader maintains Cliven Bundy didn’t get a fair shake
Former Vice President Joe Biden held his first news conference in 89 days, but the press missed a golden opportunity to ask him some real questions.
The empty seats at President Donald Trump’s Tulsa, Oklahoma, rally show that his supporters aren’t willing to put themselves at risk to attend a rally during a pandemic.
Crematorium not noisy, no bother says resident
At the end of this piece, I will list my sources, which are mostly the CDC. From the beginning of this “crisis,” we have been told that we need to listen to the experts, and that is what I have been doing. The CDC recommends using masks and wiping down surfaces, but they do not have clinical data to back this up, and they even contradict their own message in some cases.
West Star Ranch clarifies information on operations
The major sports organizations are searching for a solution on how they will be able to move forward with their seasons in a post-quarantine world.
NBC News reports that President Donald Trump is “furious” over “underwhelming” attendance at his June 20 campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Only 6,200 of 19,000 seats ended up cradling Trump supporters’ butts. An optimistically pre-arranged overflow area went unused.
Is Joe Biden quietly backing cause of defunding police?
State and local elections officials created a safe and convenient way to vote in the June primary, but many voters chose to ignore that and waited in long lines as a result.
Key to good policing is rigidly enforced standards
Does the uptick in COVID cases signal the possibility of another “Stay-at-Home” order?
Every two years, independent and “third” party candidates for various offices scramble to get their names on ballots around the United States.