Man Protests Gun Law By Menacing School Bus Stop How is this not terrorism? Causing fear for political gain is the definition of terrorism. How …Man Protests Gun Law By Menacing School Bus Stop
Daily Archives: May 19, 2023
Our beloved and beautiful endangered species, the Jamaican Rock Iguana, is making a serious comeback
It may not be beautiful, but the Critically Endangered Jamaican Rock Iguana has a mystique all its own. In April, 25 more iguanas raised at Hope Zoo …Our beloved and beautiful endangered species, the Jamaican Rock Iguana, is making a serious comeback
A poem for kids in Vietnamese by Nguyễn Lãm ThắngTranslator: Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm Photography: Beverly Mai @DRUphotography. Mud slab Mud is in…Mud slab
Strawberry & Cream Cheese Puff Pastry
Two Puff Pastry sheets filled with a cream cheese mixture, fresh strawberries then topped with a sprinkle of sugar and a drizzle of lemon flavored …Strawberry & Cream Cheese Puff Pastry
Serbia: Tens of thousands protest against gun violence – DW – 05/20/2023
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Belgrade for a third time to protest over violence. Protesters are calling for the resignation of the interior minister and the head of intelligence.
— Read on www.dw.com/en/serbia-tens-of-thousands-protest-against-gun-violence/a-65683166
Where’s the march of thousands in USA?
COVID emergency orders are among `greatest intrusions on civil liberties,’ Justice Gorsuch says | AP News (Me: Guess he’d love to see polio make a comeback and for measles to blind and kill children again… Judge Covidiot)
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch says emergency measures taken during the COVID-19 crisis that killed more than 1 million Americans were perhaps “the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country.” The 55-year-old conservative justice points to orders closing schools, restricting church services, mandating vaccines and prohibiting evictions. Gorsuch’s broadside is aimed at local, state and federal officials, and even his own colleagues. He says officials issued emergency decrees “on a breathtaking scale.” His comments came in an eight-page statement that accompanied an order formally dismissing a case involving the use of the Title 42 policy to prevent asylum seekers from entering the United States.
— Read on apnews.com/article/supreme-court-justice-covid-emergency-restrictions-85401feb29bea6db2f2ea4ac61cdeff2
Sorry, Dave Chappelle. San Francisco doesn’t need Batman, and it doesn’t need you
But the truth is, crime is actually down. As is homelessness.
In 2020, San Francisco’s violent crime rate ranked 14th out of 23 cities with populations over 750,000 in the United States, which is lower than New York, Seattle and Dallas, according to reporting in the San Francisco Chronicle.
And homeless numbers dropped 3.5% from 2019 to 2022, according to Point-In-Time Homeless Counts, which is conducted once every two years in order to receive federal funding for homelessness services.
My advice to Chappelle, if he chooses to come back, is to stay curious about San Francisco and its residents. Explore a little and learn something. Or stick to the Marina neighborhood. Maybe he’ll find solace in making tech bros laugh over espresso martinis.
Source: Sorry, Dave Chappelle. San Francisco doesn’t need Batman, and it doesn’t need you
UN says cholera threatens one billion, warns it doesn’t have resources to fight outbreak – Newspaper – DAWN.COM
One billion people in 43 countries are at risk of cholera — a “pandemic killing the poor” — despite prevention and treatment being relatively straightforward, the United Nations warned on Friday. The UN branded the outlook bleak, saying it did not have the resources to fight the outbreaks, and the longer it took to start waging the battle, the worse the situation would get. Between the World Health Organisation and the children’s agency Unicef, the UN is seeking $640 million to fight the infectious disease, warning of a “cholera catastrophe” if action is not ramped up immediately.
Source: UN says cholera threatens one billion, warns it doesn’t have resources to fight outbreak – Newspaper – DAWN.COM
Our beloved and beautiful endangered species, the Jamaican Rock Iguana, is making a serious comeback – Petchary’s Blog
World Bee Day: A Jamaican organic farmer says these furry creatures play a critical role in pollinating her crops · Global Voices
World Bee Day: A Jamaican organic farmer says these furry creatures play a critical role in pollinating her crops
Source: World Bee Day: A Jamaican organic farmer says these furry creatures play a critical role in pollinating her crops · Global Voices
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