Tag: rule-of-law

Governor Ron DeSantis waits to present a check to a first responder during an event at the Grand Beach Hotel on August 10, 2021 in Surfside, Florida. The Florida Department of Health fined Leon County $3.5 million for 714 counts of violating state legislation banning vaccine passports.
Florida Fines Tallahassee County $3.5 Million for 714 Counts of Violating Vaccine Passport Ban
The State of Florida threw the book at a Tallahassee county administration who defied Senate-passed legislation banning vaccine passports with a hefty $3.5 million fine.  The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) levied the penalty against...
Joe Biden checks the time during the dignified transfer of the remains of a fallen service member at Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware, on Aug. 29, 2021. Biden was put on blast by families of at least four of the thirteen slain soldiers, both for checking his watch and talking about his son Beau Biden, former Attorney General of Delaware, who died at age 46 from cancer in an attempt to relate his own grief to the families.
Families of Slain US Soldiers Critical of President’s Conduct at Dignified Transfer Ceremony
Multiple families of the 13 U.S. soldiers who were killed in the Aug. 26 suicide bombing at Kabul Airport have publicly voiced criticism of President Joe Biden’s conduct during the dignified transfer of remains ceremony...
People hold signs during a protest demanding to reopen the Illinois economy, hit hard by coronavirus-related closures, in front of a James R. Thompson Center on May 1, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois . A recent MIT study into online lockdown skeptics was forced to concede the communities are rational, data-driven, and value the scientific process as much as professionals are supposed to.
MIT Study Forced to Concede Online Anti-Maskers Rational, Follow Scientific Method
In a recent study, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology were forced to concede that members of online pandemic skeptic communities both valued the scientific method and utilized a more professional caliber of data...