“I want you to give a message to the governor,” Hotze told Abbott’s chief of staff, Luis Saenz, in a voicemail. “I want to make sure that he has National Guard down here and they have the order to shoot to kill if any of these son-of-a-bitch people start rioting like they have in Dallas, start tearing down businesses — shoot to kill the son of a bitches. That’s the only way you restore order. Kill ‘em. Thank you.”
The largest independent school police department in the United States will see its funding drop by $25 million (35 percent of the total), thanks to a 4-3 vote from the Los Angeles Unified School Board on Tuesday in response to a massive, weeks-long turnout of community members calling for defunding.
In response, Ruppert announced that the county will issue subpoenas to anyone who refuses to cooperate with contact tracing. So far, the county is processing eight subpoenas. In addition, those who do not comply will face civil fines of around $2,000 every day they are out of compliance. Ruppert went on to note that the young people exposed could go on to spread the virus to vulnerable people in the community, including older relatives, people with underlying health conditions, and young children who may be at risk of developing a severe inflammatory disorder. And even though young adults have relatively less risk of severe outcomes than other groups, they too could become seriously ill. “You may wish to be invincible,” Ruppert said. “But you’re not. None of us are against this dreadful disease.”
For the fifth day in a row, Arizona has surpassed its record number of hospitalizations.
Hospitalizations and ICU capacity reached new highs in Arizona, according to the state’s health department.
There were 3,013 current hospitalizations in the state and the ICU capacity hit 91%.
There were also an additional 4,433 new COVID-19 cases, resulting in 91,858 total cases. An additional 31 people died, bringing the total to 1,788.
As coronavirus cases surge across the U.S., one Mexican state is closing itself off from its northern neighbor out of concern for safety, outlets report. Officials in Sonora, Mexico moved quickly to slam the border shut before the start of the July Fourth weekend, traditionally a peak tourism time as Americans flock south to celebrate, the Arizona Daily Star reported.
Tweet Published July 3, 2020 PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION — The Oglala Sioux Tribe’s tribal council has voted to ban President Donald Trump and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem from Mount Rushmore. Trump and Noem are due to arrive tonight at Mount Rushmore in western South Dakota for a pre-July 4th celebration. The celebration […]
Kellogg’s Korea’s limited-edition flavor released this week, complete with a catchy ad and an apology for the infamous delay.
Asmaa Waguih/ Reuters It wouldn’t be enough to regard the recent allegations against Ahmed Bassam Zaki as a singular case, or simply another ‘harasser’ out of a million others. What we are currently witnessing is only a fraction of a monstrous culture of misogyny, which demands further action to cut the problem at its roots. Speak out,…A Guide to Support Survivors and the Movement Against Misogyny in Egypt — Egyptian Streets
Well I do and I have written about Trump’s tariffs extensively……https://lobotero.com/2018/03/05/word-of-the-week-tariffs/ and https://lobotero.com/2019/12/18/tariffs-trump-weapon-of-choice/ Before I continue…do I need to refresh everyone’s mind on the tariff thing? I thought so……https://lobotero.com/2019/10/03/sanctions-and-tariffs/ Now that I cover all my bases…..let’s move on to the news on tariffs. A study by the Federal Reserve has found that the tariffs that […]Remember All Those Tariffs? — In Saner Thought
Lebanon’s economic downturn has caused food insecurity for poor and middle class families, who are finding it difficult to afford staples such as bread, butter and cooking oil. Local collectives are distributing free meals in Beirut, but the devaluation of Lebanon’s currency makes it hard to obtain vital ingredients like rice and lentils. FRANCE 24’s Leila-Molana Allen reports.