A former employee testified “that white patients often did not have to wait in the same dirty rooms as black and Asian clients. Instead, Gosnell would escort them up the back steps to the only clean office — O’Neill’s — and he would turn on the TV for them. Mrs. Mongar, she said, would have been treated ‘no different from the rest of the Africans and Asians.'” … [Read more...] about Planned Parenthood Workers Accuse NY CEO of ‘Systemic Racism,’ ‘Abuse’
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So, I think this is a competition for the future. They haven't been competing fairly. And the president has confronted this, when no one else has. And the American business community has been a big part of the problem, because they're willing, ultimately, many of them, to sacrifice the long-term viability of their companies for short-term profit, so they can get their stock options and move into the Gulf resort. … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Maria Bartiromo interviews AG Barr on police reform, Big Tech censorship, Durham investigation
In San Francisco, which is taking a conservative approach to reopening, hotel managers don’t expect to get the green light until mid-August, said Kevin Carroll, the president and CEO of the Hotel Council of San Francisco. Until that time, the city will only be open to travelers on essential business, people under quarantine, those who cannot stay in their homes and people in the area caring for a vulnerable person. … [Read more...] about California hotels are starting to open up, but is it safe to stay in one during coronavirus?
Rep. Ami BeraAmerish (Ami) Babulal BeraKaren Bass's star rises after leading police reform push The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas says country needs to rethink what 'policing' means; US cases surpass 2 million with no end to pandemic in sight Exclusive investigation on the coronavirus pandemic: Where was Congress? MORE (D-Calif.) warns that the worst may be yet to come. An internist by training, Bera pointed to studies suggesting that a protein mutation has created a new strain of the virus that, if not more lethal, appears to be more contagious. That, combined with the sheer number of new cases, will make it only tougher to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the weeks and months ahead. … [Read more...] about Democrats fear US already lost COVID-19 battle
Texas health officials on Saturday said the state’s total number of confirmed coronavirus cases is now at 191,790. State health officials also reported 33 additional deaths linked to COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. That brings Texas’ total to 2,608 deaths. Hospitalizations stood at 7,890 on Saturday, an increase of 238 from Friday. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Pope praises UN efforts for worldwide cease-fire