Preserving The Power Of Democracy
(The Washington Post) “President Trump on Wednesday announced he had pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, ending a three-year legal saga that saw Flynn seek to withdraw a guilty plea for lying to the FBI and a controversial reversal by the Justice Department on his case.”
The Pfizer vaccine is scheduled to be released by mid December.
(The Hill) “States will begin receiving the first doses of COVID-19 vaccines in mid-December, but will make their own determinations on who will be first in line for a shot.
An estimated 6.4 million doses of Pfizer’s vaccine will be distributed to states and territories by mid-December, assuming it receives Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorization by that point, Operation Warp Speed officials told reporters Tuesday.
State officials were notified Friday how many doses they should expect to receive in the initial distribution, and they will make their own decisions about who will be prioritized for the first doses.”
The following is from a report on CNN Business with the headline “Biden aides fill the void on TV while Trump remains off the air.
Donald Trump is conceding one thing…it is time to let the transition begin.
Joe Biden needs to defend the vote and defend democracy.
Michigan Certifies Election Results With GOP Member Saying We Must Not Attempt To Excercise Power We Don't Have
The Michigan State Board of Canvassers does not have any discretion...they have to vote to certify the State's election results. They did so with one Republican joining Democrats in the vote.
We are being strongly encouraged to stay at home this Thanksgiving. Then there is Black Friday.
Rudy Giuliani thinks so. But then again, why are we surprised that he is peddling fake news. Just look at the picture above...
Did Justice Barrett just participate in her first death penalty decision without recusing herself on religious beliefs? The question is of some importance. Here is why.
(CNBC) Since 2010, Social Security’s cash flow has been negative, meaning that the agency does not collect enough money through taxes to cover what it is paying out. Even though there was still this vast trust fund behind Social Security, they started tapping that fund’s interest. Starting in 2021, they will have to dip into the trust fund itself to cover those benefit payments, and even that pool of cash has an expiration date. Trustees of the fund expect that by 2035 it will not be enough to cover full benefit payments. Due to COVID-19, that date may come years sooner than expected, which has some retirees seriously worried about their future.
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