Liberal Logic Update
The social justice warriors have just defeated the Canadian Armed Forces.
The Canadian Armed Forces now require all personnel to stop using gendered pronouns.
Military personnel are no longer allowed to write he or she, but must replace it with they/them pronouns.
Per the new order: “Based on a recent CAF cultural and normative shift to promote gender diversity and associated inclusiveness, CFPAS [Canadian Forces Personnel Appraisal System] writing policy and guide will also reflect this new reality where sex, gender identity, and gender expression are prohibited grounds of discrimination under the Canadian Human Rights Act. Forthwith the use of gender pronouns such as quote he/his and she/her unquote are not to be used when drafting pers. Members will be referred to by rank and name or by using gender-neutral pronouns such as they/their.”
So there you have it, the army of Politically Correct defeated the Warriors in Canada without firing a shot.
Podcast host Joe Rogan and comedian Brendan Schaub, who used to be an MMA fighter, went off on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden late last week, saying that President Donald Trump is going to steamroll Biden in the election.
“[Trump’s] already dismissing [Biden],” Rogan said. “He’s gonna destroy him. He’s gonna kill him man. I mean it’s such an easy target, it’s like Mike Tyson versus a three-year-old.
“It shows you how crazy the system is that they wanted him,” Rogan said. “That they wanted Biden to be their guy, that they don’t, they can’t admit that he’s in cognitive decline. I mean it’s very strange.”
As stated before, do the Dems know they cannot beat Trump so they are just sacrificing Biden?
U.S. stocks are attempting to recover from their most recent lows of late March, but the recent market gyrations, even with Tuesday’s positive swing, highlight why this coronavirus-stricken market is one of the most volatile since the 2007-09 financial crisis.
On the bright side, the S&P 500 index finished trade up 84.43 points, or 3.06%, at 2,846.06, marking the broad-market index’s highest level since March 10, when fears about COVID-19 were buckling the market. However, Tuesday’s 3% moves marks the 23rd move of at least 3% in either direction for the index, matching such moves in all of 2009, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
Bullishness in the market had been all but crushed last month, but appears to be resurfacing on the basis of hope that the worst of the viral outbreak has passed and economies throughout the world, including 10 states in the U.S., are contemplating restarting business activity that has been nearly frozen to limit the spread of the deadly infection from the novel strain of coronavirus.
There’s no underestimating the economic toll this pandemic is causes people on a very personal level.
Thankfully, realizing that the next few months might post a problem for renters (especially those tied to the food industry), some landlords have waived rent or given their renters an extension.
Nathan Nichols is one of those landlords. Not only did he give his renters a break; he encouraged other landlords to do so as well.
“COVID19 is going to cause serious financial hardship for service and hourly workers around the country,” he posted on Facebook on March 13. “I own a two unit in South Portland and all of my tenants are in this category.
“Because I have the good fortune of being able to afford it and the privilege of being in the owner class, I just let them know I would not be collecting rent in April.”
But one landlord, known only by the name “Alan,” has gone beyond just suspending rent. He made sure one of his tenants was provided for, spending his own money to ensure they had food.
Christina Marie is a mom of four in Saginaw, Michigan, according to her Facebook profile. She was surprised when she found out Alan wouldn’t be collecting rent for April.
“Then he asked me if we had food I told him how I had 3 packs of meat left and needed to go this week and he told me okay be safe. Then I get a text saying go to your front porch please !!! And I see this I couldn’t tell you how I feel right now,” she wrote, adding a photo of the groceries he left her.
Milk, potatoes, fresh and dry goods and diapers: He covered it all.
Some good news in these times goes a long way right now.