A statewide stay-home order that directed all nonessential businesses to close went into effect last week, intensifying previous moves by Justice, who has ordered the closure of bars, restaurants, casinos, gyms, health clubs, recreation centers, barbershops, nail salons and hair salons. Schools statewide are closed until at least April 20. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus In West Virginia: Governor Orders Quarantine For Virus Hotspot Travelers Or Risk Criminal Charges
Young people at risk
DANBURY, CT — The state Department of Public Health has confirmed there are 218 cases of the new coronavirus in the Town, as of Monday afternoon. An additional 23 cases had been confirmed by private laboratories as of Sunday evening, according to Mayor Mark Boughton. … [Read more...] about Danbury Coronavirus Updates: More Active Cases, Homeless Moved
In a review, "The New Yorker" stated, "Taken together, slower growth in the labor force and the shift to services can explain almost all the recent slowdown, according to Vollrath. He's unimpressed by many other explanations that have been offered, such as sluggish rates of capital investment, rising trade pressures, soaring inequality, shrinking technological possibilities, or an increase in monopoly power. In his account, it all flows from the choices we've made: Slow growth, it turns out, is the optimal response to massive economic success." … [Read more...] about Economist contends a mature economy will encounter slower growth
A lot will happen over the next few days: Mitt Romney will try to regain his momentum and convince conservatives that he is one of them. Rick Santorum will try to build on his victories from earlier this week and make a case for his viability. Newt Gingrich wil say some stuff, also. (Ron Paul isn’t here, but his son Rand is, and they’re pretty much the same guy.) Dozens of workshops and panel discussions will be held, such as “The Failure of Multiculturalism” featuring white nationalist Peter Brimelow and “Why Am I Living in My Parents’ Basement: How the Obama Administration’s Policies Are Detrimental to Young People.” A presidential straw poll will be taken. And the one and only Sarah Palin will emerge from the dark Alaskan wilderness to deliver the keynote address. Stay tuned. … [Read more...] about Hello, From CPAC!
Rising from the cotton fields and dusty roads not far from the dark fence marking the U.S.-Mexico border, the camp has rows of beige tents and golf carts that ferry staffers carrying walkie-talkies. Teens with identical haircuts and government-issued shirts and pants can be seen walking single file, flanked by staff at the front and back. … [Read more...] about U.S. waived FBI checks on staff at growing teen migrant camp