In the second week of May, 2018, “the White House pushed Congress to cut funding for Obama era disease security programs, proposing to eliminate $252 million in previously committed resources for rebuilding health systems in Ebola ravaged Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. (13) Under fire from both sides of the aisle, President Donald Trump dropped the proposal to eliminate Ebola funds a month later. But other White House efforts included reducing $15 billion in national health spending (14) and cutting the global disease fighting operational budgets of the CDC, NSC, DHS, and HHS.
As much as I think the guy above is an arsehat, please appreciate art, the symbolism, and what few reminders of American idealism are left. America might be a shitshow right now but more the reason to remember the tenets of providing freedom and refuge for everyone, especially those who are persecuted and oppressed for things like religion. Art is a powerful voice that can last nearly forever and a powerful symbol, do not forget what the statue symbolizes.
To fellow baby boomers out there; some heavy duty nostalgia. My favourite was about putting brown paper covers on school notebooks with your mum. Licking the pnkish red tips of the Phantom cigarettes and applying them on our lips. A little trim would have been a good gesture. In fact, a barber was on site at Progressive Field on Tuesday. But no..
How do I comment? Commenting is now reserved for subscribers of Globe Unlimited. You will find comments and commenting tools at the bottom of most articles. Subscribers should be able to participate if logged in. If Republicans were solely interested in winning, they would be more concerned about a significant sliver of elderly voters a Republican leaning demographic not voting because of concerns about catching the virus than about the possibility of a slight increase in the small number of illegitimate votes.And that brings us to the third point, which is that there are real and legitimate concerns about voter fraud and the best way to safely and securely expand voting options in the fall. This year, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Arizona’s ban on “ballot harvesting” the practice of third party collection of mail in ballots. Critics of ballot harvesting are concerned that the practice opens the door to voter fraud and intimidation, not to mention the spread of the virus if ballot collectors are going door to door.
That has been one of the best surprises of being on the Internet. I started when I was 18, like just some self centered little twerp making videos about nothing. But at the same time, I didn’t know who was watching and I remember when I first started getting messages from kids being like, Hi, I’m from some Middle America town where they know no gay people.