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Could a Recession Kill More Than the Coronavirus?

The ultimate infection and mortality rate from the coronavirus (COVID-19) is unknowable at least for weeks, but the economic fallout is not. We appear headed into a serious recession, if not a depression. Bad economic times also affect public health and, ultimately, we might see more deaths from a deep economic decline than from coronavirus. On Monday, China released its ...

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Missouri Walmart Licker Charged With Terrorism

A self-inflated, self-styled bad*ss got himself in a heap of trouble and may well be branded a terrorist after recording himself licking items at a Walmart in Missouri. The man wanted to show how little he cared about legal countermeasures enacted to slow the threat of contracting the Wuhan coronavirus – by spreading his possibly-infected spittle over store products that ...

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Harvey Weinstein Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced film producer who was convicted of two felony sex crimes in a case that helped start the #MeToo movement, has contracted the coronavirus, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. Mr. Weinstein tested positive for the virus and was being held in isolation Monday at the Wende Correction Facility, east of Buffalo, according to ...

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China Using American Media to Push Coronavirus Propaganda?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to expand, society’s fears about the virus are being taken advantage of with the spread of myths, hoaxes and scams. Here are some of the worst misinformation and scams about the virus that you should keep an eye out for. Another day, another dig. This time it’s from a prominent Chinese official who is using articles written ...

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‘Rosie O’Donnell Show’ Returns for One-Night Special

The Rosie O’Donnell Show returned for its one-night-only special on Sunday, and the event was an enormously star-studded affair, all through the digital magic of video conferencing. The grand event was a live-streaming fundraiser dedicated to raising money for The Actors Fund amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic. To help the cause, O’Donnell enlisted the help of dozens of her friends ...

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Trump Gets Polling Boost – Will It Last?

President Trump is getting a bump in the polls over his recent handling of the coronavirus pandemic but analysts warn that the uptick does not yet represent a meaningful shift in support behind the president. Two new surveys released Friday found majority support for Trump’s handling of the health crisis. One survey showed Trump’s job approval rating moving past the ...

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The Unsolved Mystery of the ‘Toxic Woman’

Right now, everybody is legitimately afraid of encountering someone with the coronavirus. But long before that outbreak was making international headlines, there was a bizarre case of a “toxic woman” he sickened anyone who got near her. On the evening of February 19, 1994, a 31-year-old woman named Gloria Ramirez, who had been battling cancer, suddenly saw her health take ...

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“WOW” Democratic Lawmakers Praise Trump’s Handling of the Pandemic

It has taken a worldwide pandemic, thousand of deaths, and a near collapse of our US economy, for some influential and committed Democrats to finally recognize that the man sitting behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office is doing an “incredible” job in handling the health crisis. That astute observation came from none-other then Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar ...

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5G Streetlight Kills Half Of Tree Near It

I just watched a video that’s a real wake-up call about the clear and present dangers of 5G radiation, the darling technology of the major telephony companies that provide telephone and internet services. European opposition to the bandwidth expansion makes a lot more sense now. As the video opens, we see a lush green lawn and a tree further back ...

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Employees Describe Working Conditions as Coronavirus Panic Heightens

At a Target store in Michigan, an employee in the electronics department has stopped greeting his favorite customers with handshakes and hugs amid the growing threat of coronavirus, and he’s started to worry about what would happen if he got sick. “You don’t get paid if you call out,” the employee, Robert O’Banner, said in an interview with Business Insider. ...

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