I think that if the minimum wage was closer to $15, and if people were guaranteed upwards of 40 hours a week, unemp comp would not be an issue. And, give people hope for a retirement pension, too. Why does he not advocate for that? Why is he not doing something proactive?
Yes. I realize that EVERY RWNJ "news" site has their hair on fire over this. Maybe we should just go ahead and tell the enemy what our plan is for this, who we are bringing out, how, etc. Maps. Timelines. Graphs. Photos.Looks like Sleepy Joe is abandoning Afghan people who helped US troops. They will likely be murdered by the Taliban. Can you imagine what the MSM would be saying if Trump did this? Not good, Marbles, not good at all.
Many have already seen relatives killed and others fear they will be decapitated. They are now reaching out to Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to give them safe haven in the U.S.www.dailymail.co.uk
Yes. I realize that EVERY RWNJ "news" site has their hair on fire over this. Maybe we should just go ahead and tell the enemy what our plan is for this, who we are bringing out, how, etc. Maps. Timelines. Graphs. Photos.
Tell them RIGHT NOW. Amirite?
OH. BTW, why didn't Trump get this going before he was kicked out of office. He apparently did not do enough. Right?
You truly are a dimwit.
Of note, the defendants argue that the clearing of the Square was justified by a significant government interest—the national interest in presidential security ...
“Today’s ruling essentially gives the federal government a green light to use violence, including lethal force against demonstrators, as long as federal officials claim to be protecting national security, said Scott Michelman, Legal Director, ACLU of the District of Columbia. “Under today’s decision, Lafayette Square is now a Constitution-free zone when it comes to the actions of federal officials. Not only is this decision a stunning rejection of our constitutional values and protestors’ First Amendment rights, but it effectively places federal officials above the law.”
Abbott called Senate Bill 474, known as the Safe Outdoor Dogs Act, “micro-managing” and said, “Texas is no place for this kind of over-criminalization.”
The bipartisan act would have made it a Class C misdemeanor if someone knowingly leaves a dog outside unattended while restrained unless the owner can provide:
The act goes on to say owners couldn’t use a chain to restrain the dog, or a tether that has weights attached or is shorter than 10 feet or five times the length of the dog measured from nose to tail. It also stipulates that the dog’s collar or harness “fit properly.”
- Adequate shelter
- An area that allows the dog to stay away from standing water, urine or feces or otherwise cause harm to the dog
- Shade from direct sunlight
- Potable water
Houston Methodist — one of the first health systems to require the coronavirus shots — terminated or accepted the resignations of 153 workers Tuesday, spokeswoman Gale Smith said. Smith declined to specify how many were in each category.
The hospital system announced April 1 that staffers would need to be vaccinated to keep their jobs. While 24,947 workers did get vaccinated by earlier deadlines, Houston Methodist suspended 178 workers who had failed to do so on June 7, giving them an additional two weeks to prove they had been immunized. Twenty-five of those employees did get vaccinated, Smith said.
Earlier this month, a federal district court judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by one of those employees, Jennifer Bridges, a former nurse who alleged the policy was unlawful and forced staffers to be “guinea pigs” for vaccines that had not gone through the full Food and Drug Administration approval process. The FDA has authorized three coronavirus vaccines for emergency use, following rigorous clinical trials involving tens of thousands of people, and both Pfizer and Moderna have applied for full approval for their vaccines.