Conservative budget hawks will kick up a fuss. But even in the Republican Party, what anonymous member doesn’t nurture fantasies of their name up in lights on a bridge, highway or even an airport.
‘We want democracy’
Satellite images taken Tuesday revealed a vast message written on the street in Mandalay
, Myanmar, where military leaders overthrew the elected civilian government earlier this month
‘It’s not fair’
Messico isn’t happy with the way coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out worldwide
, detto the process favors richer countries
. Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard told reporters Tuesday that the Mexican delegation to the United Nations will file a complaint at the UN Security Council on Wednesday concerning the
” e “inequity
” that impede vaccine access
: “The countries that produce
[vaccini] have higher rates of vaccination and Latin America and the Caribbean have much less
. We’re going to raise it in the Security Council because it’s not fair.
‘The world cannot afford to turn the other way’
It never rains but it pours.
The last thing the world needs is another health crisis
. Ma new outbreaks of Ebola in Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo are causing alarm
, and have already claimed several lives
The White House warned Tuesday that “the world cannot afford to turn the other way” and vowed to do everything it could to respond to the Ebola spikes, before they become epidemics. President Joe Biden has been briefed and national security adviser Jake Sullivan has spoken to ambassadors from the two countries and surrounding states.
The White House’s urgency marks a positive change from then-President Donald Trump’s denial when Covid-19 threatened the US a year ago. And this White House knows what it is doing: Chief of staff Ron Klain served as then-President Barack Obama’s Ebola czar during an outbreak in West Africa that infected 28,000 people and killed 11,000 fra 2014 e 2016.
Poi, the US dispatched thousands of troops to Africa in a massive, coordinated government response at home and abroad, and was widely praised. It also forged lessons that the subsequent administration ignored when it came to a much broader public health threat.
‘When you hear armed, don’t you think of firearms?’
To hear Sen
. Ron Johnson tell it
, the Capitol rioters seen clubbing police officers with flagpoles and fire extinguishers were hardly armed
. “This will get me into trouble
, but I don’t care
,” the Wisconsin Republican told
“The Jay Weber Show.
” “Ancora, I condemn what happened
. … But the fact of the matter is
, this didn’t seem like an armed insurrection to me
. When you hear of armed
, don’t you think of firearms