Students from the University of Washington School of Music include Keoni Dilay, Sarah Fantappiè, Madeline Ile, Eric Jeffords, Sylvia Jones, Nicholas Klein, Mengshi Lin, Alexander Nguyen, Vivianna Oh, Will Schlott, Ariona Thompson, and Jared White.
As a travel nurse who left her state to help battle the reported COVID crisis “epicenter,” she was startled to find that the “frontline war zone” at a hospital in Queens was more like a ghost town.
Watch every Democrat candidate in the recent lieutenant governor debate voice their support for a carbon tax on home heating oil, propane, natural gas, and kerosene — and throw gasoline and diesel into the mix.
“The legislature needs to revisit the Global Warming Solutions Act and expand the narrow priority of the emissions reduction. Any representation that the language in the Climate Action Plan is fully supported by all the Climate Council members, I don’t think is accurate,” Smith said.
“This bill is bad enough on its merits that name-calling just serves as a distraction from the main issue. This bill removes the rights of parents to provide informed consent.”
Pandemic policies including lockdowns, school closures and mask mandates have exacted a heavy price on the youngest Americans. Ethan Allen Institute President Meg Hansen interviews public health expert Anna Runkle on early trauma linked to large-scale societal happenings.
“There was a belief that the only way a vaccine is going to work is if every single person takes it. … In order to do that, if we have suppression of early treatment and people think there’s no other or option, they’re going to be much more likely to take the vaccine,” says McCullough.
Parents, infuriated that their kids are being brainwashed, went to school board meetings to express their discontent. Now, some educators are attempting to hide their lesson plans from parents who would take issue with them. But there’s pushback.
Using the pretext of COVID, a web of well-funded organizations, working with Democrat lawmakers and friendly judges, systematically changed state election laws in 2020.
“It’s been my pleasure over the last 35 years to have had the honor to serve the people of Vermont as a public service — as Vermont’s secretary of state for the past 12 years.”
“Generally Irritable” host Ericka Redic interviews Jason Herron, district captain for Convention of States. Could a convention of states be successful in limiting the power of the federal government and mandating fiscal restraint in Washington?
Stith, who is hoping to unseat independent incumbent Ali Dieng on March 1, has received nominations from both the Republican and Democratic parties.