Daily Archives: March 3, 2021

Seconds After Biden Cancels Dr. Suess Everyone Noticed One Huge Thing….

Published by:

Few Years after Michel Obama celebrated Dr. Suess books on TV – “Public School Teachers Issue Students Their Summer Book-Burning Lists” – “We need to make sure our students are trained to be vigilant and always look for problematic literature,” said local 8th-grade teacher Lisa Bundergoob. “This list of hateful and transphobic books includes horrible titles like Irreversible Damage and The Cat In The Hat, which have no place in a progressive society and should be burned.”

According to sources, many public schools are de-emphasizing reading — which encourages critical thinking — in favor of activism, which is much easier since you can just have one smart person do the reading for you and tell you what to think.
In light of these new developments in public education, several education watchdogs are sounding the alarm over unregulated homeschooled children who have “unfettered access” to books and often read without any government oversight whatsoever.
“The government needs to stop them,” said Bundergoob
BabylonBee

____________________

Covid 19 Virus Defend Systems from EcoTechN.com

______________

NEW YORK MIDTOWN TRIBUNE NEWS POLITICS 

BUSINESS SOCIETY CRIME CULTURE USA

COVID 19 and Tanzania – Strange Numbers …. 50M people – 21 deaths, NY – 20M – 47 000 … Tanzania – life without Face Masks

Published by:

Quarantine requirements
…. There are currently 305 active cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in TZ and 21 deaths as of Mar 2 2021
Please see our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Restrictions page for more information on restrictions worldwide.
SOURCE KAYAK
New York State – March 3 2021 HOW MANY PEOPLE DIED IN NEW YORK STATE FROM COVID-19 Google official  – Deaths 47,464 , population 19.45m ( 2019 ) compare to 21 deaths in Tanzania population 59,734m ( 2020 )

Video from school class in Tanzania

The Tesla Mafia: How Elon Musk’s Ex-Employees Are Becoming His Top Rivals

Published by:

PayPal is famous not just for its pioneering of electronic payments but also for its mafia—a group of successful alums who went on to start or fund companies ranging from Yelp and LinkedIn to Palantir and Affirm.
Now Elon Musk, the gang’s most famous capo with his vast Tesla wealth, has spawned a newer mob that might one day rival the original. A string of former employees at the carmaker have gone on to form electric vehicle and battery companies, mostly in California. (Dozens of others have landed at EV companies like busmaker Proterra and truckmaker Rivian.)
These ex-Tesla staffers are poised to have an outsize impact on the $6 trillion global auto industry in the decades to come.
Forbes video.

____________________

Covid 19 Virus Defend Systems from EcoTechN.com

______________

NEW YORK MIDTOWN TRIBUNE NEWS POLITICS 

BUSINESS SOCIETY CRIME CULTURE USA