"It is time for us as adults to stop playing politics with the lives of our children," said Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson. "We can clearly see that they are hurting. It is time for us to stop this. It is time for us to stop worrying about our political future."
The "evidence" behind this notion is that since the US and others were frozen due to the COVID-19 pandemic, carbon emissions we're at extremely low levels. While that may be true, shutting down the economy hurts everyone and there are no long term studies behind any other of their logic.
The virus doesn't know the difference between two hours at night, nor does it understand a curfew that wasn't really enforceable. This is all part of the game being played by Cooper and others that continues to hurt North Carolina businesses.
The Charlotte City Council needs to have a residential zoning plans for hard working middle-class family as part of addressing economic growth. We can't keep sustaining progress without affordable housing in safe neighborhoods.
According to the L.A. Times, "Each episode bears the 12-second disclaimer for a different reason, from Cash’s appearance singing in front of a Confederate flag to negative depictions of Native Americans, Middle Easterners and people from other cultures. Additionally, two episodes from the final season, featuring guest stars Brooke Shields and staff writer Chris Langham, are left out entirely." "The Muppet's Show" ran for five seasons between 1976 and 1981 in the U.K. after the original pilot was rejected by ABC. It was pushed into syndication in the U.S. after gaining popularity.
The Former N.C. Governor was of four guests on the show talk about the current state of the GOP after Trump and the first month under a Biden Administration. The moderator and NBC's political director Chuck Todd presented a series of poll numbers from USA Today/Suffolk University indicating 46 percent of Republicans would support a third-party of Trump.
Mecklenburg County officials issued an abatement of imminent hazard order Tuesday, citing a serious rat infestation and inhumane conditions as the main reasons for moving the hundreds of people off the streets. About 180 people have accepted the county’s offer for a 90-day hotel stay.
"I started having second thoughts almost the moment I sat down on the plane, because on the one hand, all of us who are parents have a responsibility to take care of our kids, take care of our family. That's something Texans have been doing across the state," said Cruz,