Today Mohamed Mashally, the poor doctor of the poor ′′ Doctor of the Poor “, graduated from Medical School in 1967 with 110 praise, Dr. Mohamed Mashally was visiting the poor in his city in Egypt for longer 50-year-old Muslims, Coptic Christians, did it for free, in his modest clinic, he also gave his poorest patients, even money to buy medicine and take (less than a dollar) in exchange for benefits for the patients who are well economically. Dozens of patients lined up every day in front of his humble clinic, Dr Muhammad worked 10 hours a day from 9 … Read the rest
In 2016 candidate Donald J. Trump exclaimed, “I know more about taxes than any human being that God ever created.”
In 2021, after the Trump organization was indicted along with its CFO on 15 felony counts, Trump said, “Paying taxes on education for your grandchildren? Does anybody know the answer to that stuff?”
Trump is trying to have his cake and eat it too: Trump claims he knows more about taxes than anyone on Earth, but now in 2021 Trump feigns “ignorance of the law” when it comes to the 15 felony charges in the Trump organization indictment.
Indiana workers won a lawsuit against the governor for ending pandemic unemployment compensation early, resulting in a ruling that requires the state to continue paying the bonus federal benefits.
Oscar Gonzalez, Laura Michelle Davis
June 29, 2021
Less than a week after ending the enhanced federal unemployment early, a state court judge ruled that Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb must continue participating in the programs.
Among 26 other states, Indiana chose to stop the enhanced benefits — which include $300 weekly bonus checks and coverage for freelancers — this summer, before their federal expiration on Sept. 6. The ruling stated that
Around two-thirds of Americans say they support a “wealth tax” on billionaires in an effort to close the wealth gap in the country, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.
Sixty-seven percent of registered voters surveyed in the poll released Wednesday said billionaires should be targeted and have to pay a wealth tax to cut down on inequality, while 33 percent opposed such an effort.
The survey found majority support for such a tax among Democrats and independents, at 85 percent and 66 percent, respectively. Republicans were more divided, with 53 percent saying the ultra-rich should not be subjected to an
Imagine you’ve forgotten once again the difference between a gorilla and a chimpanzee, so you do a quick Google image search of “gorilla.” But instead of finding images of adorable animals, photos of a Black couple pop up.
Is this just a glitch in the algorithm? Or, is Google an ad company, not an information company, that’s replicating the discrimination of the world it operates in? How can this discrimination be addressed and who is accountable for it?
“These platforms are encoded with racism,” says UCLA professor and best-selling author of Algorithms of Oppression, Dr. Safiya Noble. “The logic is … Read the rest
Alex Henderson July 01, 2021
Florida has been one of the United States’ most unpredictable swing states, and far-right Gov. Ron DeSantis — along with his GOP allies in the Florida State Legislature — has shown little to no desire to meet Florida Democrats half way. Bloomberg Law, in an article published this week, cites examples of Florida lawmakers ignoring the wishes of voters when it comes to ballot initiatives.
“Florida voters may have thought they had the last word when they approved ballot initiatives legalizing medical marijuana, restoring voting rights to former felons, and raising the minimum wage,” Bloomberg
Brett Bachman and Salon July 04, 2021
A blockbuster report from the Brookings Institute this week concluded that former President Donald Trump is at “serious” risk of indictment for a number of alleged crimes, including tax dodging, falsifying records and a variety of business-related fraud.
The 60-page report, released Monday, came just days before criminal indictments against Trump Organization and its longtime finance chief were unsealed Thursday. Both the company and CFO Allen Weisselberg were accused of staging a 15-year-long scheme to avoid payroll taxes for top executives through the use of off-the-books corporate benefits.
Brookings describes the report’s four
Prior to the 2006 mid-term elections, no state ever required a voter to produce a government-issued photo ID as a condition for voting.
It is a fact that for over 200 years in America voters did not show gov’t issued ID to vote in elections.
For decades voter registration cards were issued to voters without any state requirement for a state-issued identification card before one can vote.
Since 2006 election researchers know that states requiring gov’t issued ID in order to vote, reduced the black and minority vote significantly, due to poor people’s inability to pay the up front costs
Sprint star Sha’Carri Richardson will miss the 100m under anti-doping rules. But the evidence to show weed enhances performance is wafer-thin.
One of the fastest women in history will miss out on running the 100m at this month’s Olympics in Tokyo after testing positive for cannabis.
American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson, 21, who ran the sixth fastest women’s 100m of all time at 10.72 seconds in April, was a clear Gold medal contender at the Games.
She has accepted a 30-day suspension that does not end until the 27th of July, meaning she has a chance to compete in the women’s