More from the “do as I say, not as I do” file. One of the responsibilities of New York State Liquor Authority is to hand out fines to restaurants that are violating COVID regulations. And they have been doing it with a passion imposing tens of thousands of dollars in fines as restaurants struggle to survive the pandemic lockdown.
A left-wing teaching assistant at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) was recently asked if he could go back in time 2,000 years, what would he do. Timothy Snediker, who is earning his PH’d in religion, responded, “Easy I would find and assassinate Jesus of Nazareth.”
It is another example of where the lockdown cure is worse than the disease. According to researchers at Boston University, the Covid lockdown may have tripled the rates of depression in people.
Another study, this time by the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC), is confirming that vitamin D helps in the battle against the Coronavirus. The researchers found that low levels of vitamin D doubled a person’s risk of contracting the virus.
In an interview with Fox News, actress Candace Bure, 44, mentioned that she would rather be sharing Jesus than return to “The View” a popular talk show she co-hosted in 2016. Bure told Fox News: “I just don’t publicly want to talk about politics. Not because I don’t believe that my viewpoints and opinions are important but I would much rather share Jesus with people. That’s really my passion.” The question came up because ABC’s popular daytime talk show is looking for another cohost after Abby Huntsman announced in July that she was leaving the show. Candace left The View citing conflicts with her acting career and stating that travelling each week from California to New York for the show was proving hard on her and the family. In an interview with Explore Entertainment, Candace explained her decision to leave: “I tried to be Superwoman, but I’m gonna not try anymore.” Candace rose to fame when she played the role D.J. Tanner in the popular TV series Full House. She continued the role in a remake …
As a result of a recent report by the CDC that 94% of people who died from Covid in the US had underlying health issues, many are questioning why whole countries and states were locked down when it was obvious that only the elderly and those with underlying health conditions needed to protected. READ: CDC: 6% of coronavirus deaths were solely from COVID-19 So many were absolutely shocked when Arizona state officials hinted that they may lockdown the state to battle the common flu, that regularly shows up each fall. You can decide for yourself if they implied this or not: From The Blaze: “[Arizona] State officials Monday laid out a plan for ‘aggressively’ combating the upcoming influenza season as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers, with the first step being to urge people to get a flu shot as soon as possible,” wrote the Copper Courier on Tuesday. “The state plans to increase funding for Medicaid recipients to get flu shots, combine flu-shot sites with coronavirus testing facilities, and more, while also advocating many of the …
People are tiring of politicians who demand that regular people must obey their COVID rules, while they are free to violate or ignore them. An article on the Daily Wire lists 10 politicians who didn’t believe their Covid lockdown rules applied to them.
It is a story of how crazy political correctness is becoming. The owner of a hair salon in England, AJ’s Unisex Hair Salon, was looking for a new hair stylist and wrote a small ad for the local job center.
You may have heard of the recent passing of Hollywood star Chadwick Boseman, 43, from colon cancer. Though he starred in several movies, he is probably most famous for playing King T’Challa in the hit movie Black Panther.
The recent COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown has resulted in one of the most difficult times for the church in North America. Experts are warning that there is a possibility that 20% of the churches many not even make it. Churches and believers in California face severe fines, and even jail, if they resume services during the lock down. READ: ‘We Are Not Closing,’ Pastor Declares after County Fines Church $52,750 for Worship Services Though many consider these to be dark days for the church, Frances Chan says these difficult times may in fact be a good thing for the North American church. Chan was the former lead pastor and founder of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California. He has since left the church and is ministering in the slums of Hong Kong, where his mother once ministered. At Q Sessions, that featured several Christian leaders discussing the current pandemic crisis including attacks on religious liberties, Chan had this to say about what churches are facing today: “When you look at the places where there …