Although most people would prefer to have a clean, non-toxic energy source, the Trump Administration chooses to disburse “bailouts” to a dying fossil fuel industry instead of to clean energy projects.
Good news… maybe for monkeys. Now they can go back to work and afterwards have a banana break.
In Puerto Rico in 2017, only 64 deaths were initially attributed to Hurricane Maria. But an analysis of the additional deaths showed the way that the disaster had, directly and indirectly, led to nearly 3,000 deaths over six months. The total included the immediate deaths from mudslides and drownings, but also sepsis, diabetes and suicidesContinue reading “U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Is Far Higher Than Reported, C.D.C. Data Suggests”
With 61,504 people dead in the U.S. due to the C-Virus Pandemic, it has surpassed the 58,220 Americans who died over nearly two decades in Vietnam. Is this what is called a success? I would hate to see what failure would be like…
“In the 1949 film She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, John Wayne’s character says, “Never apologize and never explain—it’s a sign of weakness.” Many men, wanting to appear strong, have taken this attitude on. … Admitting a mistake means facing shame in a healthy way, and many men simply can’t or won’t do that.Dec 29, 2011”
I guess Trump wants to imitate John Wayne by never admitting he screwed up in public, or apologizing if he caused suffering or confusion to the general public for what he says in front of millions.
Numbers do not lie, Sweden has had more deaths from the C-virus because of loose restrictions on lockdown measures, and an apparent effort to create “herd immunity”, an unproven theory of protecting the human population during a pandemic.
Edited digital photo of U.S. president proposing alternative treatments solutions for a killing disease.
“Doctors express concern over Trump’s comments on disinfectant, UV light as COVID-19 treatments” (NBC Today)
Art in the time of C-virus.
“The government has been under intense pressure for failing to roll out wider testing as coronavirus cases rose even as health officials said they believed the country had passed the peak for infections.” via World Coronavirus News: Live Coverage – The New York Times