March 06, 2021

Culture

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1969 pandemic killed 100,000; Woodstock generation didn't care
The H3N2 pandemic of 1968-69 killed more individuals in the U.S. than the combined total number of American fatalities during both the Vietnam and Korean Wars. Read More.
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Celebrities rally for World Health Organization (and China?)
Despite widespread claims that the WHO is complicit in China's coronavirus cover-up, a number of music legends and political figures took part in a two-hour televised concert on Apirl 18 to raise money for the WHO. Read More.
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Virus crackdown on Christians sparks legal holy war
Supporters of religious freedom are mounting a major battle against governors and mayors in the U.S. who have banned church services amid the coronavirus outbreak. Read More.
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Milano: Stay home and be safe, but without firearms
Alyssa Milano tweeted on April 9: "Americans bought over 2 million firearms in March of 2020, over a million more than this time last year. We have to keep each other safe by social distancing and washing our hands and not bringing dangerous firearms into our homes." Read More.
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Illinois mayor busts wife after sending cops to banned party
When an Illinois mayor sent police to break a banned party at a local bar, they found his wife was partaking in the festivities. Read More.
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'Plague of Biblical proportions' called opportunity for renewal
A cataclysmic event can be the most important ingredient for spiritual renewal, a columnist wrote. Read More.
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In Italy, 102-year-old woman, 101-year-old man beat the virus
Two centenarians in Italy, born when the Spanish flu was sweeping the nation, have survived the Wuhan coronavirus, reports say. Read More.
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Olympics schedule disrupted for first time since world wars
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach on Tuesday announced that the 2020 Summer Olympic Games will be postponed for about one year due to the coronavirus crisis. Read More.
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No March Madness so bookies get creative: Marble racing . . .
Bookies have never been accused of a lack of creativity, and they are proving that as the coronavirus outbreak has all but shut down sports in the United States. Read More.
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Larry the Cable Guy lampoons 'clueless' celebrities
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot posted a viral video which features a group of wealthy, privileged celebrities self-quarantined in their lavish homes singing John Lennon’s “Imagine”. Read More.
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Food delivery apps setting records as restrictions take hold
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, food delivery apps are seeing record downloads as state and local governments throughout the United States are restricting in-person dining at restaurants. Read More.
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'Fear kills the immune system': SEAL Team star slams CNN
In a rare break from his leftist Tinseltown colleagues, SEAL Team star David Boreanaz has slammed CNN for its coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting that the cable news network is trafficking in fear. Read More.
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Perspective: Is coronavirus a sign from an exasperated God?
Is the coronavirus a sign of an angered God finally losing patience with humanity as in the Old Testament of the Bible when Divine injunctions fell on deaf ears? Read More.
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The great toilet paper scare: No known connection to virus
An Alabama toilet paper manufacturer has officially weighed in: America will not run out of toilet paper. Read More.
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U. of Chicago student 'hate'-bombed for socialism post
A student at the University of Chicago said she has received threats of violence after saying that socialism is more dangerous than the coronavirus. Read More.

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