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Rodgers Rate

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On November 24, 2021
LOL, as the kids say: Since Aaron Rodgers returned to the field after testing positive for Covid-19, having sat out 10 days because he was unvaccinated, the star Green Bay Packers quarterback has been dealing with a mysterious and painful toe injury.  After previously describing it in vague terms as a “Covid injury,” Rodgers confirmed […]
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Finally

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On November 8, 2021
The U.S. fully opening the borders for fully vaccinated travelers and not allowing people in who are not vaccinated makes all the sense in the world. Frankly, it took too long. There was zero good reason for Canada to open its borders to vaccinated Americans if we were not going to open our borders to […]

The CBP Fascists

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On October 9, 2021

Be a real shame if there were mass resignations among the fascists working in Customs and Border Protection: The coronavirus took an immediate toll on U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and in the fi

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Greed at the Museum

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On October 7, 2021
Everyone said in the 80s and 90s and 00s that public institutions should be run like a business. Now they are–with high priced leadership taking all the resources while cutting staff and making life worse for most of its workers. We see that at the university bigtime. It’s also the same at museums, where high-priced […]
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I’ve talked about my disappointment in many unions opposing vaccine mandates. It’s been very frustrating. But there is one union that is typically leading the way and that’s the Painters. The most politically progressive among the building trades (not that political progressivism has led left-leaning unions to support vaccine mandates), the Painters have come out […]
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