Second NY Newspaper Editorial Board Calls for Gov. Cuomo’s Resignation

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The Times Union is the sec­ond Edi­to­r­i­al Board that has called on New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuo­mo (D) to resign after news broke of the nurs­ing home deaths coverup, and mul­ti­ple women accused the gov­er­nor of sex­u­al harassment.
The newspaper’s edi­to­r­i­al board wrote an op-ed titled, “Resign, Mr. Cuomo”:
Enough. Mr. Cuo­mo has squan­dered the public’s trust at a time when it’s need­ed more than ever. Amid an endur­ing pan­dem­ic, it is vital that peo­ple can believe what their gov­er­nor and their gov­ern­ment are telling them, and that the rules they’re asked to fol­low and …

Callista Gingrich: International Women’s Day

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By Ambas­sador Cal­lista L. Gingrich
March 8 marks Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day, when we cel­e­brate the great achieve­ments made by women and girls around the world and reflect upon the many chal­lenges that still remain.
Through­out his­to­ry, we have learned that nations and soci­eties flour­ish when women are ful­ly empow­ered and achieve greater suc­cess.  The Unit­ed States is no exception.
Indeed, Amer­i­can women have been pio­neers in sci­ence, med­i­cine, and engineering.
Kather­ine John­son, a NASA math­e­mati­cian, con­tributed to America’s first tri­umphs in human space­flight and was a cham­pi­on of sci­ence, tech­nol­o­gy, engi­neer­ing, and math­e­mat­ics education.
Vir­ginia Apgar invent­ed the Apgar …

Dem Rep. Malinowski Didn’t Disclose at Least $671k in Stock Trades

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Rep. Tom Mali­nows­ki (D‑NJ), who cam­paigned on “reforms to lim­it the role of mon­ey in pol­i­tics,” failed to pub­licly dis­close dozens of per­son­al stock trades in pos­si­ble vio­la­tion of the fed­er­al STOCK Act, accord­ing to a report.
Malinowski’s stock trades in 2020 includ­ed more than two dozen pur­chas­es and sales dur­ing the first sev­er­al weeks of the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic, cit­ed in a five-page spread­sheet Malinowski’s office dis­closed on Wednes­day after a reporter asked about his stock activity.
The spread­sheet con­tains stock trade infor­ma­tion that does not appear pub­licly on the House’s web­site, as required by law.
The spreadsheet …

Europe’s Vaccine Blunders Alarm Global Stock Investors

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InvestorPlace9 Oil Stocks Bet­ting on a Return to Trav­el and Nor­mal­i­ty­With so many fis­cal and mon­e­tary vari­ables at play, you can’t blame con­ser­v­a­tive investors from want­i­ng to rotate out of risky equi­ties into safer invest­ments. At the same time, the vari­ables them­selves entice a con­trar­i­an posi­tion for those who can han­dle poten­tial volatil­i­ty. If you belong in the lat­ter camp, wager­ing on oil stocks may be the tick­et to suc­cess. By now, it’s been rough­ly a year since most of Amer­i­ca went into lock­down, nat­u­ral­ly brew­ing pent-up demand. There­fore, it’s quite pos­si­ble that we could see a …

Sen. Menendez Has Spent $300k at Morton’s Steakhouse – His PAC Picked Up the Tab

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He’s rais­ing the steaks on polit­i­cal donations.

New Jer­sey Sen. Bob Menen­dez has dropped just over $298,000 at Morton’s Steak­house since 2003, aver­ag­ing more than $16,000 a year on bovine indul­gences, a review of FEC records by The Post shows.

The Demo­c­rat charged the bills to donors of his Sen­ate cam­paign com­mit­tee and his New Mil­len­ni­um Lead­er­ship PAC. The largest sin­gle check — a $12,957.69 whop­per — came in Feb­ru­ary 2020. 

“He is one of our reg­u­lars,” a steak­house staffer con­firmed to The Post.

The Chica­go steak chain was found­ed in 1978 and cur­rent­ly has 72 loca­tions around the Unit­ed State. Today it’s a sub­sidiary of …

Biden to Sign Voter Registration Executive Order, Pushes Senate to Pass HR 1

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Pres­i­dent Biden is sched­uled to sign an exec­u­tive order designed to increase vot­er access on Sun­day as he push­es the Sen­ate to pass H.R. 1, House Democ­rats’ sweep­ing vot­ing rights package.According to the White House, Biden’s exec­u­tive order will mod­ern­ize Vote.gov, order fed­er­al agen­cies to expand access to vot­er reg­is­tra­tion, pro­vide vot­ing access and edu­ca­tion to cit­i­zens in fed­er­al cus­tody, exam­ine bar­ri­ers to cit­i­zens with dis­abil­i­ties vot­ing and improve bal­lot track­ing for over­seas vot­ers, includ­ing active duty military.HOUSE DEMOCRATS PASS EXTENSIVE VOTING AND CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM BILL H.R. 1Sunday is the anniver­sary of “Bloody Sun­day,” when …

Surge in Unaccompanied Minors Forces Customs and Border Protection to Throw Coronavirus Restrictions Out the Window

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The num­ber of unac­com­pa­nied minors that are flock­ing to the Unit­ed States-Mex­i­co bor­der has over­whelmed Cus­toms and Bor­der Pro­tec­tion resources. The surge is so great that the Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol is waiv­ing pre­vi­ous Wuhan coro­n­avirus rules, which said hous­ing facil­i­ties could only oper­ate at 50 per­cent capacity.The CDC cit­ed “extra­or­di­nary” cir­cum­stances that would cause them to waive the social dis­tanc­ing rules, say­ing “facil­i­ties should plan for and expect to have COVID-19 cas­es” because there is noth­ing that can be done to ensure “there is no 0% [trans­mis­sion] risk.”“Additional shel­ter capac­i­ty will min­i­mize the like­li­hood that chil­dren remain in Border …

DHS Won’t Test Thousands of Migrants Crossing the Border, Relying on Border Communities to Do So

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U.S. bor­der offi­cials have no plans for per­son­nel on the south­ern bor­der to admin­is­ter coro­n­avirus tests on migrants, which could risk the spread of the virus as thou­sands of fam­i­lies and chil­dren are released from fed­er­al cus­tody into bor­der com­mu­ni­ties and trav­el across the Unit­ed States.
The Biden admin­is­tra­tion is strug­gling to respond to the esca­lat­ing sit­u­a­tion on the U.S.-Mexico bor­der, where about 20,000 peo­ple were encoun­tered ille­gal­ly enter­ing the coun­try each week in Feb­ru­ary. Bor­der offi­cials are able to send adults imme­di­ate­ly back to Mex­i­co, but they can­not return chil­dren and some families.
Sev­er­al bor­der law­mak­ers are …

Biden Admin Takes Credit For WHO Not Releasing Early Summary of Coronavirus Origins Report

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The Biden admin­is­tra­tion is tak­ing par­tial cred­it for the World Health Organization’s deci­sion to back­track on releas­ing an ear­ly sum­ma­ry of find­ings from the joint Chi­na-WHO team, which con­duct­ed an ear­ly 2021 inves­ti­ga­tion into the coro­n­avirus origins.
The Unit­ed Nations agency will release the exec­u­tive sum­ma­ry and full report simul­ta­ne­ous­ly in mid-March, it announced Thurs­day. Two dozen sci­en­tists wrote an open let­ter Thurs­day call­ing for an inde­pen­dent inves­ti­ga­tion into how the pan­dem­ic began in Chi­na, say­ing the WHO-Chi­na joint inquiry in Wuhan was flawed due to Chi­nese influ­ence and a lack of trans­paren­cy by Chi­na’s government.
Biden press sec­re­tary Jen …

Los Angeles Teachers’ Union Votes to Resist “Premature” Return to School

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The largest teach­ers union in Los Ange­les announced on Fri­day that its mem­bers “vot­ed over­whelm­ing­ly to resist a pre­ma­ture and unsafe phys­i­cal return to school sites,” back­ing “safe­ty demands” they say must be ful­filled before resum­ing in-per­son instruc­tion in the nation’s sec­ond-largest pub­lic school district.According to Unit­ed Teach­ers Los Ange­les (UTLA), 91% of the 24,580 bal­lots cast sup­port­ed union leadership’s rec­om­men­da­tion “to refuse to return for full or hybrid phys­i­cal reopen­ing of schools” until cer­tain con­di­tions are met. The vot­ing took place over a five-day peri­od, begin­ning Mon­day, March 1, and end­ing Fri­day at 5:00 pm. Only 2,100 mem­bers opposed the proposal, …

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