Political Lies - Fox News - “NRCC pulls ads for Majewski after reports he didn't actually serve in Afghanistan after 9/11?… The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is scrapping $1 million in scheduled TV ads for GOP congressional candidate J.R. Majewski after military records reportedly revealed he was never stationed in Afghanistan, despite claiming to have served there after the 9/11 terrorist attack.”
Teen Depression - American Journal of Nursing - Depression in Adolescents: A Pressing Health Issue Made Worse by COVID-19… The proportion of adolescents who have experienced a major depressive episode has steadily risen in recent years, nearly doubling from 8.3% in 2008 to 14.4% in 2018. The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying social isolation measures have only exacerbated the situation, adding new demands on an already taxed health care system.”
Infidelity - Denison Forum - “Dallas ranks #1 in the nation for infidelity…a new index reports that Dallas, Texas, ranks No. 1 in the nation for infidelity…. Fort Worth, Texas, came in second; Houston ranked third. By contrast, the “most faithful cities” were, in order: Pasadena, Torrance, Roseville, and Visalia, each of which is in California.”
O’Reilly No Spin News - Current problems in this country, that are not being solved. - Southern Border / Inflation / Drug Smuggling & Use / Social Media Censorship / Wild Government Spending / High Perscription Drug Prices / Violent Crime / Political Division / Airline Chaos / Putin & China
Presentism - Bill Maher offered a critique of the emerging term “presentism”, used by Liberals. It can be defined as applying the past based on the morality of today. Standing on your “moral time machine”. “[L]iberals [are] accusing conservatives of wanting to whitewash the past -- And sometimes that's true, sometimes they do. But plenty of liberals also want to abuse history to control the present."
Crime - “A sweeping poll commissioned by The [San Francisco] Chronicle drew sobering results: Nearly half of respondents said they were victims of theft in the last five years, while roughly a quarter were physically attacked or threatened. The majority had negative impressions of law enforcement.”