1. Some sanity and from all places, Canada!
Among nationwide calls to defund police departments, the city of Saskatoon decided to reverse that trend and increase funding.
How great of a decision is this?
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) July 14, 2020
(Mind you Saskatchewan is a very rural province and its much easier to stay sane when you have a grip on where food comes from. The larger the city, the more insulation from reality perhaps)
Here is a related graphic:
The total number of COVID-19 tests conducted in Orange County was mistakenly inflated for more than a month beginning in late April in data released to the public, an error that may have painted a rosier picture of the pandemic than the reality in the region.
For roughly five weeks, county staff incorrectly added 30,000 serology tests to its “cumulative tests to date” figure, which made it appear that more testing for the virus was happening than was the case.
The cumulative testing figure reported by the county is supposed to be a count of how many diagnostic tests — which detect whether someone was infected with the virus at the moment of testing — were conducted countywide, Dr. Clayton Chau, director of the Orange County Health Care Agency and the county’s interim health officer, said during a media briefing Thursday.
Serology tests, which officials say are not meant to be included in the cumulative testing figure, determine whether the body has mounted an immune response to the virus in recent weeks or months. Those tests are not reliable in determining whether someone is sick at the moment of testing, experts say.
On an almost daily basis, Iranian sites have been struck by explosions, fires, and so-called industrial accidents. The intensity and frequency of the blasts have left the Islamic Republic with no choice but to stop lying about their occurrence and causes, as it did during the first few incidents.
On Monday, a fire began in a tank at a “gas condensate plant” in the Razavi Khorasan Province in eastern Iran on Monday, according to a Jerusalem Post report citing Iranian media, which claimed firefighters contained the flames before a larger explosion occurred.
During previous explosions, authorities have attempted to minimize or deny the extent of damage until satellite photos or other evidence contradicted their statements.
5. Lets all hope this is a hoax even though we know it is not, and even if it was, it won’t be any minute now.
Ted K. called it 25 years ago. At the time, Big Media said this was just the incoherent ramblings of a madman: pic.twitter.com/5ZjCuxBo7V
— Sam Parker ?? (@SamParkerSenate) July 14, 2020
6. Hydroxychloroquine use and deaths. A graph by Zev Zelenko
7. Sadly global warming was a lie.
— Pure Climate Skeptic (@Carbongate) July 13, 2020
8. Texas imam explains how Khomeini is a much more significant leader than major influencers like Hitler and Stalin
(This seems too honest to be true for the French government. The challenge here is probably to find the lie or the anesthetic value of this report)
France Stratégie, a group affiliated with the French Prime Minister’s Office, has released data showing the growth in numbers of non-European migrant children in French urban areas. In one notable example, greater Paris saw a rise of 6.5 per cent in 1968 to 36.6 per cent in 2015.
The group released the figures in an interactive form on its website which shows a variety of factors, including the percentage of children from birth to 18 who are either foreign-born or have at least one non-European parent. The release is extraordinary as the French government does not normally publish — or even officially collect — much in the way of statistics that relate to race or demographics, in line with French law.
10. ANTIFA tactics with increased nastiness in Portland
Why the American (and other) government(s), aren't terminating Antifa with extreme prejudice is beyond me.
Time for the relevant athorities to paint the town lead. https://t.co/1Pr2X1sbn5
— Tania Groth (@TaniaGroth) July 14, 2020
Thank you Rich J., Johnny U., M., Wrath of Khan, ML., Richard, Mad W., Ruth, and MANY more who stay with this site despite the increasingly large attacks, and increasingly powerful sources of the attacks on it.