Posts Tagged ‘poorly’

Americans Poorly Informed on Deficit, Police Shootings, Health Insurance Coverage, Poll Shows

Americans had trouble picking the right answer on several politically salient topics, a poll of likely voters has shown. Supporters of President Joe Biden were wrong more often compared to those who disapproved of the president, though on no question did a majority of respondents answer correctly. Less than one in five of those approving […]

Americans believe gov’t handling Mexico border situation poorly – poll

Most Americans are critical of the way the government is handling the Mexico border situation, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.According to the survey, about 68% of Americans believe that the government is doing a ‘very’ bad job of dealing with the increased number of people seeking asylum, while 33% say they’re doing […]

Ombudsman finds IDF responded poorly to coronavirus, but is improving

The military ombudsman released his annual report of soldiers’ complaints on Wednesday, detailing the troops’ claims of abuse, negligence and incompetence by commanders toward their subordinates in 2020, including many cases related to the Israel Defense Forces’ response to the coronavirus pandemic. According to his office, acting ombudsman Brig. Gen. (res.) Eitan Dahan, known formally […]

Poorly protected postal workers are catching COVID-19 by the thousands. it’s one more threat to voting by mail.

For months, one postal worker had been doing all she could to protect herself from COVID-19. She wore a mask long before it was required at her plant in St. Paul, Minnesota. She avoided the lunch room, where she saw little social distancing, and ate in her car. The stakes felt especially high. Her husband, […]

Retroviruses: Poorly Understood Agents of Change

Investigating the alarming rise of chronic inflammatory diseases (Natural News) Chronic inflammatory diseases have been skyrocketing in incidence in the past quarter century. The details explaining how retroviruses in today’s biological therapeutics including vaccines are contributing to autoimmune, neuroimmune disease and cancer are complex. Although I’ve spent my adult lifetime studying how retroviruses contribute to […]

Putin v. NBC’s Kelly: A Poorly Planned Match


At 15 She Desegregated A High School, At 73 She Is Doing It Again

Print Friendly Above Photo: GETTY IMAGES/THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER/HUFFPOST ILLUSTRATION. Dorothy Counts-Scoggins became the first black student to attend the all-white Harding High School in 1957. When Dorothy Counts-Scoggins showed up for her first day of high school almost 60 years ago, she didn’t even make it into the building before she was spat on, targeted with thrown trash […]

Putin’s cautious optimism: Calls for more economic freedom in Russia

     President Vladimir Putin on Monday called for the expansion of business freedom in Russia while curbing nepotism and corruption in the economy. “We must expand economic freedoms and rid the economy of corruption, of the rule of nepotism of all sorts,” Putin said at a meeting with activists of The All-Russia People’s Front, a […]

Does Bernie Sanders’ Imperialism Matter?

Shamus Cooke (nsnbc) : Critiquing Bernie Sanders from the left can be a lonely project. There is a “hope”-powered hysteria surrounding his campaign, and bursting the “hope” bubble can produce a fierce backlash. The Sanders “hope” explosion is so fierce because capitalism has become a hopeless place. Hope can be positive by pushing people into political […]

Supreme Court rules broader immunity to police using deadly force in chases

     The Supreme Court made it harder Monday to sue police for using deadly force against fleeing suspects, ruling that officers are immune from lawsuits unless it is “beyond debate” that a shooting was unjustified and clearly unreasonable. By an 8-1 vote, the justices tossed out an excessive force suit against a Texas police officer […]

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