Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Pew Spin........

Black victim of white woman in Central Park who called cops on him says he's upset she has been fired

From suspending admission to freezing tuition, cash-strapped colleges are trying various methods to stay afloat. Still, hundreds of schools could be forced out of business entirely.

THE MENTALLY ILL ON TWITTER

Instapundit

With all 50 states in some stage of post-pandemic reopening, many museums and galleries are now welcoming visitors again — but touchscreens are out, as are interactive displays and hands-on exhibits.

Hundreds of Muslims gathered in this IKEA parking lot—while maintaining social distance—for Eid al-Fitr prayers

Amtrak prepares to cut 20% of workforce

Trump threatened to take action at social media companies after Twitter started marking his tweets that include false claims or unfounded accusations as “misleading.” “Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices."

Papa John’s sales have soared, with May estimated same-store sales up 33.5% in North America. These results in Q2 “have really been built on a foundation that we were building in the first quarter, before the pandemic hit,” CEO Rob Lynch says.

In this market, it’s hard to predict what will actually be volatile and what won’t

Coronavirus Chicago: Rats starved by pandemic invading homes, experts warn

Looking to play basketball or tennis under coronavirus? Depends where you live

Epstein’s brother doubts suicide, ‘refused’ info on jail cell hanging: Book

"You don’t have to be Sean Hannity to ask the question: what in the world was going on here?" Liberals used to do it all the time.

Summer on ice? NHL unveils plan for 24-team tournament if season resumes

US shoppers to be wooed back with steep discounts

Joe Biden may have forgotten some of the scandals of the Obama/Biden administration. But the American people have not.

West Virginia mail carrier changed Democratic ballot requests to Republican ones 'as a joke': Prosecutors

Chicago's Gun Control Policies Aren't Working

Why Netflix still isn’t safe for children

Twitter is Fact Checking the President of the United States but not Chinese Communist Propaganda.

House Republicans file lawsuit against Nancy Pelosi to end proxy voting

Group of economists push for tax hikes to balance Massachusetts state budget

Statists who never want to cut government spending...

5 things entrepreneurs can do to come out of the COVID-19 crisis even stronger

Where to find the best music to tune out to while you work

Wealthy parents are paying to have their kids homeschooled by professionals for up to 5 hours a day, and it shows how the pandemic is widening the gaps in America's education system

Private jet demand rises as wealthy Russians spend lockdown in West

This fall, teachers will be on the front lines

"We were so ready": LGBT refugees in Kenya live in fear as global resettlement is put on hold

"Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s office gave the “green light” for a COVID-19 contact tracing “arrangement” she denied knowledge of and canceled amid outcry over a contractor with Democratic ties, emails show..."

WarnerMedia officially enters the streaming wars today with #HBOMax

In LA, you could swim but not sunbathe. In NYC, you could sunbathe but not swim. Local govts have created a hodgepodge of rules to draw people back to the beach—but not too many people, and not for too long.

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