July, 2021 archive
I know that I am not the only one to notice the irony in the “Right-to-Life” party’s willingness to court infection and death, for school children no less, during a time of pandemic.
Scott Maxwell has more.
It’s one thing to relax restrictions.
It’s quite another to assume that the need for discretion is no more.
At AL.com, Paul Gattis reports on doctors’ efforts to quell myths about and promote vaccination against COVID-19 in Alabama, the least vaccinated state in the country. It is an uphill battle.
Here’s an excerpt:
“I remember one particular elderly female who was literally trembling,” she said. “She was trembling because she knew COVID was running rampant but she started to cry because she was tuned in to some media stations and she was terrified of getting the vaccine because of all the reasons she felt that the vaccine would also be detrimental to her health. So therefore, an innocent human being was just paralyzed for making a decision for herself.”
Follow the link to learn what said “media stations” may happen to be.
At the Orlando Sentinel, law professor Jeremy I. Lewitt cuts gets down to brass tacks on the kerfuffle about critical race theory:
Follow the link for the rest.
We are a society of stupid.
Video via C&L, which has commentary.
Alabama’s Mo Brooks aims at foot, pulls trigger.
The stupid. It does not just burn, it blazes.
Thom explains how Republicans have been trying to redefine “freedom” for a century.