For years, Americans have been instructed to “follow the science” when it comes to COVID-19, but when CEO Elon Musk announced on Wednesday that Twitter’s new policy will do just that, you could almost hear the “thuds” across the social media platform as liberals fainted in horror.
“New Twitter policy is to follow the science,” Musk tweeted, “which necessarily includes reasoned questioning of the science.
Some Texans with gas heating systems went without it for a period during last week’s cold spell due to low-pressure in Atmos Energy-servicing delivery pipelines.
Time and time again, in the wake of a mass shooting it’s revealed that the shooter was carrying enough weaponry to kill everyone inside a school, movie theater, grocery store or even a full-sized mall. It’s not hard for the killers to build a significant arsenal of assault rifles, handguns, high-capacity magazines – and bullets. Lots of bullets.
Each year billions of bullets are sold in the U.S., making bullet sales a booming business.
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Initially overshadowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are now starting to gravitate to Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangements (IHRAs) as an alternative to manage ever-rising costs and stress in shopping for health insurance for employees.
ICHRAs are sometimes called “portable insurance” because employees, not employers technically “own” the plan and can continue coverage if they leave their job.
A survey last fall by WTW of 455 U.S. employers found that 67 percent of employers plan to prioritize controlling health care costs over the next three years.
Yale Law School used to produce great men. Justices like Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Brett Kavanaugh. Public servants like John Bolton and John Yoo. Patriots like Oath Keepers founder Elmer Stewart Rhodes.
The “number one” law school has been going downhill for a long time, but we trace its precipitous decline to 2017, the year that Heather Gerken became the law school’s (first ever female) dean. First came the bitching over the Kavanaugh nomination. Then came the meltdown over traphouse-gate. Then the pathetic hissy fit that disrupted a bipartisan panel on free speech.
The Florida Lottery announced that Brayan Martinez, 23, of North Lauderdale, claimed a $1 million prize from the GOLD RUSH LIMITED Scratch-Off game at Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee. He chose to receive his winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $795,000.00.
Starting Jan. 5 at 12:01 a.m. ET, all passengers from China who are 2 years old and older will need to receive a negative PCR or antigen self-test no more than 2 days before their departure from China, Hong Kong or Macau, per the CDC.
The CDC said it is mainly concerned about slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S.
The agency also wants to prevent any variants of concern from leaking into the country.
One of the most powerful political donors in the United States, Ken Griffin, has indicated in recent days his strong disgust for the woke indoctrination happening in many American schools. In a surprise announcement, Griffin has declared his support for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for president if he chooses to run.
Griffin is a hedge fund CEO, who is worth approximately $30 billion. He recently relocated his business from Chicago to Florida, and it wasn’t for the tax benefits.
Iran is known for its drone sales to Russia. Its deadly long-range missiles were reportedly on the way to Russia as well. Iran’s Mohajer-6 drones are capable of “flying up to 18,000 feet in the air, which exceeds the range of many short-range air defense systems in terms of altitude.