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The quackery behind Trump’s COVID-19 fantasies | Will Bunch Newsletter

When America needs another Dr. Jonas Salk on coronavirus, Trump finds another Theranos.

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Pa. State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta to fellow lawmakers: ‘You can boo but it’s true!’ | Jenice Armstrong

“How is a small-business owner right now going to even get the PPE necessary to ensure that their workers go back in a safe way?" Kenyatta asks.
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Pa. State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta to fellow lawmakers: ‘You can boo but it’s true!’ | Jenice Armstrong

“How is a small-business owner right now going to even get the PPE necessary to ensure that their workers go back in a safe way?" Kenyatta asks.

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‘Everything’s drying up’: Blowup pools and hardware supplies are vanishing. Blame COVID. | Maria Panaritis

First, it was toilet paper. Then, pork and poultry. Now, hardware store supplies are running thin, but because many of us have become fix-it mavens in COVID confinement.
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‘Everything’s drying up’: Blowup pools and hardware supplies are vanishing. Blame COVID. | Maria Panaritis

First, it was toilet paper. Then, pork and poultry. Now, hardware store supplies are running thin, but because many of us have become fix-it mavens in COVID confinement.

Opinion

You think your rights are being denied? Here’s a little Oppression 101 | Helen Ubiñas

We are a lot of things right now. We are annoyed and angry, scared and impatient. But we are not oppressed.
Opinion

You think your rights are being denied? Here’s a little Oppression 101 | Helen Ubiñas

We are a lot of things right now. We are annoyed and angry, scared and impatient. But we are not oppressed.
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Coronavirus inspires new conspiracy theories from Plandemic to Bill Gates to Obamagate | Trudy Rubin

Fed by the White House and social media, conspiracy theories endanger America's ability to emerge from COVID-19.

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Was fired State Department Inspector General about to blow open the defining scandal of Trump’s presidency? | Will Bunch

Trump's massive kowtow to the Saudis has proven deadly. Was Steve Linick fired as inspector general at the State Department because he was about to expose a president's darkest secrets?

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5 heartening Hollywood portrayals of conservatives that you can stream right now | Albert Eisenberg

It is no secret that the media is swamped with grievance-based narratives that reflect the liberal worldviews of much of Hollywood.

Opinion

Families are holding their own graduations because of coronavirus. That can be a beautiful thing | Jenice Armstrong

This situation is a reminder to seek out the bright spots that exist even in the midst of a frightening public health crisis like the one the world is experiencing.

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Pa. and Washington must rescue Delaware County from a COVID mess made by the GOP | Maria Panaritis

Nine weeks into a Pennsylvania lockdown, Delco is the one county that can't get a handle on coronavirus infections. This is a result of decades of now-catastrophic Republican Party decisionmaking in the former GOP stronghold.

A thousand workers, many robots: Amazon confirms first phase of giant Del. warehouse

Amazon confirms some details of a plan reported in The Inquirer, to build a state-subsidized operations center in Delaware.

Masks and shields, microphones, scanners, contact tracers: How Wall Street trades again amid coronavirus

After an 11 week shutdown, Nasdaq is reopening its "open outcry" trading floor at Philadelphia's FMC Tower, as Wall Street accommodates coronavirus protection measures: Brokers will sit near their desks, in masks and shields, and yell trades into microphones.

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COVID-19 offers a chance to halt Iran’s practice of taking Western hostages | Trudy Rubin

It's time for strong multilateral pressure on Tehran to halt "hostage diplomacy" and release U.S., Australian, British, and French citizens from Iranian jails.

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Who doesn’t care about the coronavirus death toll? Seemingly, a whole lot of us. | Helen Ubiñas

I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve heard dismissive justification for not wearing masks or defying social distancing guidelines or acting a complete fool because someone had the — gasp — nerve to suggest that we be decent to one another.

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A Bill Gates coronavirus thing to worry about | Will Bunch Newsletter

A Bill Gates ‘cure’ for schools post-coronavirus is already causing a bad reaction.

Opinion

Trump is right: ‘OBAMAGATE’ is ‘the biggest political crime in American history’ | Will Bunch

Trump's bizarro world where a criminal like Mike Flynn is victim and prosecutors are crooks has brought U.S. to the brink of dictatorship.

Opinion

Pay your barber or hairstylist in advance if you can, because COVID-19 is hurting their industry | Jenice Armstrong

If you want to see them on the other side of this stay-at-home order, we need to help them.

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Tamales, the South Philly weekend ritual, nourish during the pandemic

From South Philadelphia to Northern Liberties, guest chefs take turns making "the perfect quarantine food" to raise funds for struggling restaurant workers.

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