Via Tom Fitton: “Like me and my family, I’m sure you’re praying for the speedy and full recovery of President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump from the coronavirus. As I write, the President is being transported to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he reportedly will be able to work as he receives world-class treatment. Please also pray for the entire Trump family and affected White House staff. And, of course, pray for our country, which faces yet another trial as our President faces this health challenge.”
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Virginia Policy Advisor Adele McClure On Organizing And Self-Care …
Executive Director of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus Adele McClure to talk about her skill of organizing, providing self-care for others and about her emetophobia.
Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara tops our new ranking of the world’s highest paid actresses with $43 million, as the TV star led a surge of small-screen paydays that eclipsed those in the movie business. Hollywood veteran Angelina Jolie ($35 million) and Red Notice star Gal Gadot ($31 million) come in second and third on the list. Most American movie theaters have been dark since late March, leading major studios to postpone big-budget releases, including the female-led Black Widow and Wonder Woman 1984. Since many movie stars earn large bonuses based on box-office performance, the lack of new theatrical releases has made room at the top of the pay scale for TV icons like Vergara and Grey’s Anatomy’s Ellen Pompeo (No. 8; $19 million), who capitalized on lucrative salaries from traditional television and streaming services, where the bulk of the pay comes upfront. Another TV-star, Viola Davis (No. 10; $15.5 million) makes the list for the first time thanks to her roles in ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder’s and the Netflix film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. In all, the ten highest-paid actresses earned a combined $254 million in the 12 months leading up to June, down 20% from last year. All but two —Angelina Jolie and Emily Blunt– made the bulk of their earnings from television and streaming. Those who typically make most of their money from traditional films earned an aggregate of $58 million this year, down from $136.5 million in 2019….
Lobbying is a huge industry in the U.S. In 2019, around 12,000 registered professionals helped clients spend over $3.5 billion, which seems to pay off. According to one study, for every dollar spent on lobbying and campaign contributions, a corporation can receive up to $760 from the government. Still, lobbying is often criticized and public perception of the practice is low. Opponents say that the industry isn’t adequately regulated, and that the ability to influence policy is in the favor of those with unlimited financial resources. Supporters say that without their in-depth expertise, lawmakers wouldn’t be able to do their job effectively and efficiently.
CNBC News video.
Brooklyn lawmakers are renewing a push to get illegal guns off the street. It comes as the NYPD is increasing arrests and seizures.
CBS2 New York News video.
A suspect has been arrested in the murder of a mother of three in Queens.
31-year-old Issam Elabbar, of Corona, has been charged with the murder of Bertha Arriaga.
. Elabbar was brought out of the NYPD’s 115th precinct in a wheelchair and taken away in an ambulance Saturday.
Police said he broke his leg before the arrest and complained of pain while being questioned.
Read More: https://7ny.tv/3d7GXiF
Eyewitness News video.
According to police, the victim was involved in some sort of an altercation with the suspect, who took off in an unknown direction.
CBS2 New York News video.
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Ezra speaks to a man who was at a synagogue in Montreal for Yom Kippur before police shut the ceremonies down because of pandemic restrictions. FULL REPORT: https://rebelne.ws/34p1afz
Rebel News video.
David Menzies was on-hand at Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square to giveaway Mask Exemption buttons during an anti-lockdown demonstration. FULL REPORT from David Menzies: https://rebelne.ws/3nkIJBI
Rebel News video.