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May 19, 2020
Why most journalists don't want to cover UFOs
If something is strange but might be consequential, surely it makes journalistic sense to investigate it?
I say that in light of Keith Kloor's new Wired article, "Will the New York Times ever stop reporting on UFOs?" Kloor suggests that New York Times coverage of Navy sightings of UFOs is unworthy of a paper of record. This, predictably, has Kloor attracting both celebration and outrage on Twitter.
May 18, 2020
The protesters seem to be saying: We deplore the losses and know the risks, but we cannot live our lives behind closed doors in our homes until the elites tell us, as though we were children, when we may go out in the yard.
On March 24, President Donald Trump said he wanted the country and the economy “opened up and just raring to go by Easter.”
May 20, 2020
John Cornyn Promotes Obamacare as He Keeps Trying to Kill It
The Texas Republican is suddenly talking up the Affordable Care Act but he’s still backing judges who intend to help kill it.
Texas Senator John Cornyn voted 20 times to do away with Obamacare, but says that the “good news” for the millions of people who lost their jobs, and with them their health insurance, as COVID-19 struck is that they can sign up for Obamacare. He went on to tout the federal subsidies that make the Affordable Care Act affordable.
May 19, 2020
Column: With hydroxychloroquine statement, President Trump distracts from real health care issues
When President Donald Trump sounded in a recent gaffe as though he were suggesting disinfectant “by injection” might be a dandy treatment for the coronavirus, the five-alarm backlash suggested he should stay away from giving medical advice. Instead, he has doubled down.
During a Monday news briefing, the president told reporters that he is taking the drug hydroxychloroquine as protection against the coronavirus, despite doctors’ warnings that it may be more likely to kill or seriously injure you than prevent you from contracting the illness.