For the past 20 years, women's rights have advanced exponentially in Afghanistan. But now, as the Taliban take over the country once again, Afghan women stand to lose everything. For many, even their lives.
In 2019, still settling into his new home in the state’s creepy, gothic governor’s mansion, Gavin Newsom told an Axios interviewer, “California is what America is going to look like.” Then, perhaps reflecting on his Hollywood benefactors, he added for emphasis, “California is America’s coming attraction.”
If one were to go only on what one reads or sees in the media, one would think it’s the spring of 2020 all over again. The headlines are filled with stories of overcrowded hospitals, overwhelmed medical personnel, and predictions of people dying in parking lots waiting for medical care. The news articles generally quote a staffer of some kind at various hospitals and then leave it at that.
A squalid homeless encampment attached to a Seattle grade school is a petri dish of bacterial pathogens, thanks to the scores of vagrants who are urinating, defecating, sleeping, doing drugs and having sex just steps from where kindergartners are set to begin school next week.
In an interview with Dr. Joseph Mercola, Vandana Shiva says, “… if In the next decade, if we don't protect what has to be protected … and take away the sainthood from this criminal, they will leave nothing much to be saved.”