Sunday, September 12, 2021
1964 Presidential candidate Goldwater was the last Old Right conservative to emerge after the marginalization of Robert A. Taft by the leftist Rockefeller wing of the Republican party, who cheered on political-waif Eisenhower as their candidate. Ike’s contribution after eight years as president was to appoint Earl Warren Chief Justice as a political payoff, and warning Americans of the military-industrial complex he helped create.
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Although there are nearly eight million homeowners in the heavily urbanized state of New York, some are much more interesting than others. Each construction has a tale, some of which tell conflicting narratives every day.
Others have occurrences that are buried deep down for years, merely desperately looking to be accessed. This particular property did wait for somebody to unearth the secret behind the walls for forty years.
Neighbors Were Clueless About The Gem In Their Midst
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Senior doctors and a marketing director at in North Carolina discussed inflating COVID-19 numbers by counting recovered patients as active COVID patients.
🔥🔥🔥SHOCK VIDEO: Senior doctors and a marketing director at in North Carolina discussed inflating COVID-19 numbers by counting recovered patients as active COVID patients.— Speaakn2 (@speaakn2) September 11, 2021
"We need to be... more scary to the public... If you don't get vaccinated, you know you're going to die." pic.twitter.com/haAJOzorRk
White Males Are Bailing on College And why wouldn’t they? They are Public Enemy Number One on most campuses.
Bestcolleges.com reports: “Trade schools also offer a shorter timeline to a real paycheck than most educational paths. Bachelor’s degrees take four years or more to earn — a long time to wait if making a decent wage is your primary goal. By contrast, many vocational certificates can be earned in two years, while others take a year or less.”
In the future, a young man might come home from the factory, grab a beer, and watch the classic frat house comedy “Animal House,” wondering to himself, “I thought college was just for women.”
That’s an exaggeration, but the numbers don’t lie: Fewer men are attending colleges and universities, pushing aside opportunities to stroll across the campus green in favor of trade schools or good old-fashioned work.
“At the close of the 2020-21 academic year,” The Wall Street Journal reports, “women made up 59.5% of college students, an all-time high, and men 40.5%, according to enrollment data from the National Student Clearinghouse, a nonprofit research group. U.S. colleges and universities had 1.5 million fewer students compared with five years ago, and men accounted for 71% of the decline.”
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