Caroline Kelly wrote: .... When asked about the timing of the California action given the outgoing administration, HHS Office of Civil Rights Director Roger Severino said on a press call Wednesday that "conscience rights aren't up for partisan debate. It should not matter who is president. It should not matter who's the director of the office for civil rights, whether it's me or somebody else â€” the laws that Congress has passed on a bipartisan basis deserve to be enforced."...
excerpt from,"Trump administration says it will withhold $200 million in California Medicaid funding over abortion insurance requirement"
When did Mohler get an MD in medicine, when did his specialty become infectious diseases?
Anne Flaherty wrote: .... Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nationâ€™s top infectious disease expert, said Wednesday that people shouldnâ€™t be concerned about having to choose between Moderna and Pfizer.... â€śModerna certainly will be available soon and have the same level of efficacy â€¦ the same safety profile and virtually everything the same about that. So it wouldn't make much difference which of those you take,â€ť Fauci told CNBCâ€™s â€śHealth Returns.â€ť...
excerpt from, "US on track to get 2nd COVID vaccine as FDA panel reviews Moderna data"
NB, I was suggest you go to the thread that has the Catholic bishops approving these vaccines âť—đź‘Ť read what they, and I should have a comment from a Catholic website on what they had to say
Well, there's not much reason for the Lincoln project anymore, but some of its members thought of a useful service that they can provideâť— đź‘Ť
Laura Barron-Lopez and Holly Otterbein wrote: .... Some never-Trump leaders said their biggest potential impact is within the Biden administration and the Democratic Party, not the GOP. Theyâ€™re looking to leverage friendships theyâ€™ve forged within Bidenâ€™s circle to pull the new president toward the center â€” all but ensuring he will be squeezed by the left and right. Bidenâ€™s coalition included a record number of crossover endorsements from past Republican officials at all levels of government.
â€śWe can be a reminder that it's a dangerous path to start moving too far left,â€ť said Mickey Edwards, a former Republican congressman and co-founder of the conservative Heritage Foundation. â€śI have friends already who are going to be in good positions in the administration, and that's just a phone call [away]. Weâ€™ll have a pipeline into the administration.â€ť...
excerpt from, "Never-Trump movement splinters as its villain heads for the exit"
BBC wrote: Dr Anthony Fauci has called this week's US vaccine rollout a "bittersweet" moment, as it coincided with the country's 300,000th Covid death.
Speaking to CBS This Morning, the top infectious diseases expert said it's "extraordinary" that science has rapidly delivered a vaccine, but urged Americans to continue following public health measures.
from, "Fauci: 300,000 US Covid deaths makes vaccine rollout 'bittersweet'"
Just about 7 seconds over a minute long video.
The vaccine won't be delivered to most Americans for 6 months or more. The media was correct.
Well, I agree I was at fault and not reading the article from Christianity Today--which is good. ---especially if you took note of the following.
In it there was this reference:
Committee Members wrote: .... Q: One of the concerns raised over the resolution is the origin of these theories. Does the committee acknowledge this concern? Does the committee or the resolution endorse CRT/I?
A: Yes, we understand the concern, and have benefitted from discussion with individuals who have expressed it. We want to be clear that we acknowledge CRT/I originates from people who are not Christians and hold views that oppose the Gospel. No one is claiming that CRT/I is Christian or that all of its cultural applications are in line with Scripture.
At the same time, as with other secular theories, not every observation is wrong, sinful or unhelpful. But even insights that describe the social dynamics of our society accurately remain insufficient to address the sinful heart of man....
excerpt from, "Q&A with the 2019 Resolutions Committee about Resolution 9"
Well, it's good that Mississippi changed it's state flag to get rid of its Confederate emblem that was in it. I'm not sure if Governor Cuomo was inspired by that or the New York State legislature, but they may have a harder time getting rid of it than Mississippi did
Bernadette Hogan and Carl Campanile wrote: Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law aimed at banning the sale of â€śhate symbolsâ€ť such as the Confederate flag or the swastika on state property â€” even while admitting the new edict might clash with the First Amendment and be struck down as unconstitutional.
The new law â€” effective immediately â€” prohibits the sale of hate symbols on public grounds including state and local fairs, and also severely limits their display unless deemed relevant to serving an educational or historical purpose....
excerpt from, "Cuomo signs bill banning sale of Confederate flags"