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Protesters In Some Cities Target Confederate Monuments

Protesters demonstrating against the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer pressed his knee on his neck, targeted Confederate monuments in multiple cities. As tense protests swelled across the country Saturday into Sunday morning, monuments in Virginia, the Carolinas and Mississippi were defaced. The presence of Confederate monuments across the ...

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Can Veganism Help With Erectile Function?

In the Netflix doc The Game Changers, Dr Aaron Spitz, lead delegate of the American Urological Association, carries out an unusual experiment. He feeds three US college athletes veggie burritos one evening, and meat burritos another, then measures their erections while they sleep. On average, the men have erections that last almost five times longer after eating the vegetarian meal, ...

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It’s Time To Stop Pretending Twitter Is Neutral

Twitter’s decision this week to append a disclaimer to President Trump’s tweets about the risks of mail-in ballot fraud should be enough, at long last, for us to dispense with the fiction that Twitter is nothing more than a neutral platform. It’s not, it never has been, and it’s time to stop pretending otherwise. Set aside the relative merits of ...

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How to Set Up a Power of Attorney

One essential component of your financial plan involves designating power of attorney to someone you trust in case you are incapacitated or unable to complete a task on your own. “I usually tell clients that a power of attorney is a document to allow someone else to make decisions on your behalf,” says Jennifer Abelaj, senior counsel for Davidoff Hutcher ...

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Don’t Throw Away Those Visa Debit Cards: They Might Have Stimulus Cash

Here’s an Internal Revenue Service alert regarding some recently delivered stimulus payments: Pay attention if you get a plain envelope in the mail that’s marked “Money Network Cardholder Services.” No, folks, it’s not a scam. It’s real stimulus cash. The envelope contains a prepaid debit card that is loaded with your stimulus payment. Do not throw out this envelope or toss ...

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The Latest: No urinals? Toilets could evolve post-virus

Toilet experts say urinals may be consigned to history as part of measures to make public conveniences safe for the post-coronavirus world. Raymond Martin, managing director of the British Toilet Association, says business and governments need to adapt public toilets to make them infection-resistant, adding technology such as foot-operated flushes and sensor-activated taps. Hospitality industry groups in Britain have also ...

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Why Unplugging is Essential for Good Mental Health

We are all living during a time of great fear, devastation, and economic hardship. Unfortunately, we can’t seem to escape the continuous fearmongering that invades our space through news outlets on television, the radio, and even through social media. For this, it is imperative that we turn off our technology so that we can regain our ability to heal from ...

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Guard US Freedoms From Globalist Health Tyrants

Our civil liberties are under attack in the United States right now so it’s important to understand just how high the stakes are. Knowledge is power and everyone can understand the democratic principles that underpin our great nation. How much do you know about your legal rights as a U.S. citizen? Let’s find out. If you were offered a million ...

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President Of Tanzania Said Goat And Fruit Tested COVID-Positive

The accuracy of medical tests for COVID-19 was cast into extreme doubt earlier this month after the President of the East African nation Tanzania announced that non-human mammals and a fruit had flunked and found to have the viral infection. On May 3, 2020, Tanzanian President John Magufuli dropped a bombshell that shocked the world when he said animals, fruits, ...

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