Now why are you lying like we weren’t all there???? There was a HUGE “outbreak” of anti-Muslim sentiment & didn’t that kick off what Faux News is today??? 9/11 then Obama running & Faux News (and other networks) being racist…got us to the current maniac in the WH. https://t.co/YSHzpKhCxa … [Read more...] about New York Times writer Paul Krugman’s bad 9/11 tweets have united the country—against him
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Last week, Nifty made a fresh all time high at 9220 after landslide victory of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, which have global investors the confidence that the government would likely move to a bolder reform program. Asian markets were also seen trading at 15 month highs on the likelihood of higher global growth despite a US rate hike, FIIs have already invested $3.98 billion and $1.23 million respectively in domestic equity and debt markets respectively, from the start of this year in January.. … [Read more...] about Nifty preparing for a new all-time high?
Around 8.5 percent of political ads in Facebook’s Ad Library in 2020 were first run without a disclosure that they were, in fact, political ads, Edelson said. (She said she manually tracked the ads without the disclosure when they appeared as active in Facebook’s Ad Library, and then tallied when they were later labeled political ads.) … [Read more...] about Why Facebook’s blocking of new political ads may fall short
To focus on its community, TikTok in July formed a Creator Fund, where creators can earn cash for views, starting with $200 million. And with the pandemic forcing people indoors for the foreseeable future, Pappas said she and her team were working on making TikTok an uplifting place to visit. Last month, the company launched a largest national advertising campaign on television and digital media, highlighting more than 30 popular creators under the tagline “It starts on TikTok.” … [Read more...] about The woman taking over TikTok at the toughest time
The demand for Sollis Health’s services reveals how America’s wealthy are staying safe amid a pandemic: by bringing healthcare to themselves. While most Americans are able to access doctors over telehealth platforms, they still have to contend with a broken medical system, including hospitals that at times have no space for new patients and an inability to get test results in a timely fashion. Contrary to what some thought at the beginning of the pandemic, COVID-19 has not been some great class equalizer. Data show that Black, Latino, and Native Americans have suffered greater hospitalization and death from the disease compared with their white counterparts, because of an array of systemic barriers including poverty. It should not be surprising then that for the right price, a person can avoid overwhelmed hospitals, testing shortages, and even a week-long delay in receiving test results. … [Read more...] about The hottest new amenity for the rich? On-demand doctors and COVID-19 tests