Month: April 2020

Justin Amash Reveals Third-Party Presidential Bid: Pro-Bitcoin Libertarian Candidate Targets Trump’s Seat

U.S. President Donald Trump now has an unexpected challenger as the independent congressman from Michigan, Justin Amash, says he plans to run as a Libertarian candidate in the 2020 election. Besides John McAfee and Adam Kokesh, Amash is also a...

/ April 30, 2020
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Lockdown Should Be Extended By Another 2-3 Years, Just To Be Sure, Introverts Say

Saying it was better to be overly cautious at uncertain times like this, the nation’s introverts have called for social distancing rules to be maintained for at least another 2-3 years. “No-one likes being confined to their home by themselves...

/ April 30, 2020
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Reacting to $200 Home-Made Ferrari!

This home-made Ferrari was built by a few mates in Vietnam. They created it with just $200 in two weeks. They even made scissor doors! Many of the parts were taken from bicycles to make the car. Hell of a...

/ April 30, 2020
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Can a New Leader Save North Korea’s Economy?

So the wild ride of 2020 continued this week with the news that the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un was in a critical condition and that his continued leadership of the nation was not necessarily guaranteed. This has,...

/ April 30, 2020
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The White House Gift Shop Is Now Selling This Absurd Commemorative Coin Honoring President Trump’s Fight Against the Coronavirus

The United States is still very much in the thick of the pandemic, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at the latest product on offer at the White House Gift Shop: a commemorative coin celebrating the Trump Administration’s heroic, victorious...

/ April 30, 2020
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The Pérez Art Museum Miami Has Cut Over Half Its Staff and Won’t Reopen Until September

The Pérez Art Museum Miami is planning to stay closed until September and, as a result, will take a substantial financial hit. The museum forecasts that it will lose between $3 million and $5 million in revenue this year (about 20...

/ April 30, 2020
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Can your community handle a natural disaster and coronavirus at the same time?

When deadly tornadoes struck the Southeast in April, residents in Prentiss, Mississippi, struggled to keep up coronavirus precautions while salvaging what they could from their damaged properties. AP Photo/Rogelio V. SolisThe tornadoes that swept across the Southeast this spring were...

/ April 30, 2020
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Honest Government Ad | The Machine

The Government has made an ad about the global response to the pandemic, and it's surprisingly honest and informative. 👉 Ways you can support us to keep making videos: 🔹 Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/TheJuiceMedia 🔹 Tip us on PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thejuicemedia...

/ April 30, 2020
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American cruise ship crew members denied disembarkation at Los Angeles

Americans are among thousands of cruise ship workers stuck at sea because of a CDC order issued in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. But the CDC says it's up to cruise liners to ensure they meet the legal safety...

/ April 30, 2020
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It’s Time For Angus Taylor To Adopt The Netflix Model And Release His Next Season Of Scandals All In One Go

For the past few years Australians have waited eagerly each week for the new Angus Taylor scandal to drop. Who could forget the episode when it was revealed he was on the board of a company that had received $80...

/ April 30, 2020
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Gavin Newsom to issue order closing all California beaches

California Gov. Gavin Newsom will order all beaches and state parks to close Friday to avoid a repeat of last weekend's "violation" of lockdown measures when the coast became "overcrowded," a police memo leaked to Fox News said Wednesday.The big...

/ April 30, 2020
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Ghana: 1st Covid-19 Case in Psychiatric Hospital

(Brussels) – Ghana’s Accra Psychiatric Hospital has confirmed that a patient has tested positive for Covid-19, causing concern about protection for other patients and staff, Human Rights Watch said today. The infected woman was admitted to the acute care ward...

/ April 30, 2020
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Vale Robert May, the legendary scientist who helped us understand ecosystems, chaos theory and even pandemics

Royal SocietyLord Robert “Bob” May, Baron May of Oxford, who has died aged 84, was one of the greatest Australian scientists of the past century. He was awarded virtually every honour the British establishment could offer: a professorship at Oxford,...

/ April 30, 2020
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The COVIDSafe app was just one contact tracing option. These alternatives guarantee more privacy

ShutterstockSince its release on Sunday, experts and members of the public alike have raised privacy concerns with the federal government’s COVIDSafe mobile app. The contact tracing app aims to stop COVID-19’s spread by “tracing” interactions between users via Bluetooth, and...

/ April 30, 2020
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Virtual hackathons can help you solve coronavirus problems without leaving your home

If you want to solve a problem quickly it helps to get many minds working together to find a solution, and that’s what happens in a hackathon. It usually involves teams of people working over a short period of time...

/ April 30, 2020
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Public Unsure How Boris Johnson Will Manage Dual Roles Of PM And Being A Father

As Boris Johnson announced the birth of his new baby today, many have been left wondering how he will balance the new responsibility of raising a child with his current role as Prime Minister. As soon as the birth was...

/ April 29, 2020
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Did the Ancient Pompeiians Invent Recycling? New Research Suggests They Used Trash to Build City Walls (and Much More)

In a stunning development, archaeologists working at Pompeii, the city famously destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, now believe that artifacts found among the ruins indicate that ancient Romans were recycling their trash—and making a profit...

/ April 29, 2020
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Climate change threatens drinking water quality across the Great Lakes

Harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie, Sept. 4, 2009. NOAA/FlickrThis story is part of the Pulitzer Center’s nationwide Connected Coastlines reporting initiative. For more information, go to https://pulitzercenter.org/connected-coastlines-initiative. “Do Not Drink/Do Not Boil” is not what anyone wants to hear...

/ April 29, 2020
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In photos: Health care workers take a stand against anti-lockdown protesters in North Carolina

North Carolina health care workers staged a counterprotest Tuesday against a "Reopen N.C." rally in Raleigh as anti-lockdown demonstrations entered a second week in the state capital, per the News Observer.Why it matters: Leading coronavirus modeling shows the country's collective...

/ April 29, 2020
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Kweisi Mfume wins Maryland special election to succeed the late Rep. Elijah Cummings

Democrat Kweisi Mfume defeated Republican Kimberly Klacik in a special election to succeed Rep. Elijah Cummings for Maryland's 7th congressional district on Tuesday, per AP.Why it matters: The seat was left vacant in October by the death of Cummings, the...

/ April 29, 2020