Year: 2022

While electric vehicle (EV) startups that once seemed promising saw their stock prices plummet far faster than the rest of the market, Ferrari managed to stay ahead of other automakers as the industry retracted, and is poised to post the smallest decline amongst major automakers in 2022, CNBC reported Wednesday.
The FactSet Automotive Index, a measure of the economic health of the auto industry, is down nearly 39% year-to-date at time of writing, whereas Ferrari’s stock is only down about 19% trading at roughly $210 per share, according to Google Finance.

Story by Efrem Graham
ZAMBIA — Most of us can’t imagine not having a Bible in the language we speak. But that’s the reality for millions. It’s pushing Bible translators to find new and faster ways to get scripture to every corner of the world.
Wycliffe Associates is a leader in the effort. It’s partnering with churches in distant countries and seeing an explosion of life-changing activity as a result.
Listen to the latest episode of CBN’s Quick Start podcast
There are more than 5,000 people working in Zambia right now, translating the Bible into 20 native languages.

Anthony Fauci, the outgoing director for N.I.H.’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, became the face of the U.S. government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As it happens, it’s a face Fauci is quite fond of. According to a revealing story in the New York Times about Fauci’s can’t-come-soon-enough retirement, Fauci, the highest paid […]
The post Anthony Fauci’s House is Filled With Portraits of Anthony Fauci: NYT appeared first on The Maine Wire.

California’s recently enacted AB 2098 bars doctors from providing “treatment or advice” “to a patient” “related to COVID-19” when that treatment or advice includes (1) “false information” (2) “that is contradicted by contemporary scientific consensus” (3) “contrary to the standard of care.” The law makes such treatment or advice “unprofessional sanctioned,” for which doctors can be disciplined by disciplinary authorities.

The future of capitalism is in big trouble, according to 93-year-old Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus and freeloading losers are to blame.
Government-backed socialism that encourages a lack of motivation is killing this country, Marcus told the Financial Times in an interview published Thursday. “Nobody works,” Marcus told the media outlet.
“‘Just give it to me. Send me money. I don’t want to work — I’m too lazy, I’m too fat, I’m too stupid,’” Marcus said. “Nobody gives a damn.