perhaps the anti vaccine movement and the resurgence of overt racist rhetoric have something in common as firs
Perhaps the anti-vaccine movement and the resurgence of overt racist rhetoric have something in common. As firsthand knowledge of the horrors of lynchings, the Holocaust, the scourge of horrific diseases fades with time, we forget that deadly pestilences demand our vigilance.
leaving tomorrow for israel amp turkey to discuss the withdrawal of us forces from syria how we will work with
Leaving tomorrow for Israel & Turkey to discuss the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria, how we will work with allies & partners to prevent the resurgence of ISIS, stand fast with those who fought with us against ISIS, & counter Iranian malign behavior in the region. 1/2
the smiling man with the headphones onso symbolic of one of the reasons why theres a resurgence of overt racis
The smiling man with the headphones on...so symbolic of one of the reasons why there’s a resurgence of overt racism and hateful rhetoric. The woman behind him is dehumanizing another human and behaving with no dignity and he’s coy and amused.
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COLUMN: Never mind the critics. Comfortable—except for the sockless fashion choice at Big 12 media days—Texas QB Sam Ehlinger is confident about his status as the league's headliner and his role in the Longhorns’ expected resurgence:
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#InfectiousDiseases A-Z: A resurgence in #measles in the U.S. and other locations may be a result of increased vaccine hesitancy over safety concerns. @drgregpoland wants to assure people, possible side effects from #vaccines are rare.
pres says number of manufacturing jobs up 600000 since he was elected calls it an extraordinary resurgence exp
Pres says number of manufacturing jobs up 600,000 since he was elected. Calls it "an extraordinary resurgence." Expects it to go higher. Says he especially loves to hear about companies returning to the US from abroad.
chinas growth fell to its slowest pace in nearly three decades as a resurgence of trade tensions with the unit
China’s growth fell to its slowest pace in nearly three decades as a resurgence of trade tensions with the United States and lingering financial problems take an increasing toll on one of the world’s most vital economic engines. | By @KeithBradsher