☆The Communists In Beijing Are Lying To “Save Face”
NOTE: I understand two weeks ago I said I was going to avoid publishing Covid 19 story threads here on The New Americanist because even at that time, everyone already seemed oversaturated & burned out on all the virus news coverage. As I do not ever wish this website to simply become another 24/7 CV19 news channel, I also in no way exaggerate when I say it has become almost impossible now to source stories from anywhere on the Web which are not either directly about CV19; or, somehow related. I understand the following is quite lengthy & detailed, but also extremely comprehensive & accurate. It is presented here now as a matter of record & reference for reader consideration.
☆ The First Trend Reversal Seen In The Exponential Growth Rate
New daily Coronavirus cases in the United States fell for the first time in over a week, according to the latest numbers from Worldometers. On Sunday March 29th, the US registered 18,469 new daily Coronavirus cases, which was down from 19,452 on Saturday. This could very well mark the beginning of a “peak” in new Coronavirus cases in the United States.
☆ Brown Was The UK Labour Prime Minister During the 2008 Economic Crisis
The former Labour prime minister, who was at the centre of the international efforts to tackle the impact of the near-meltdown of the banks in 2008, said there was a need for a taskforce involving world leaders, health experts and the heads of the international organizations that would have executive powers to coordinate the response.
☆ Nationwide Mail In Voting & Ballot Harvesting: One Party Rule Forever
In a bill ostensibly intended to save American jobs, Pelosi and her Senate allies crammed a wish list of bad election and voting reforms, including mandatory early voting, mandatory voting by mail, and the legalization of California-style ballot harvesting. Pelosi is taking the country closer to federalized elections than ever before.
☆ Thank A Trucker, Not A Sports Or Entertainment Celebrity
One industry that’s rolling on throughout the closures and social-distancing measures is trucking. For years, the unsung road warriors have delivered essential goods, but scarcity has recast them as heroes in providing the necessities and comforts that Americans rely on.