CommonSenseOverFear

Careful, your jealousy is showing...

Actually, the "science" is rather muddled. Unless you can explain why 85% of people who tested positive for COVID were wearing masks. Or if lockdowns and masks really stopped the spread, why those places that have been extremely strict since the beginning are also seeing rises in cases.

Oh, and Wikipedia isn't very credible. They're trying to get people to verify information on the website, so it's getting better over time, but the issue is still that anyone can add whatever they want to the site. It's not like you have to think everything is a lie, but don't rely on it …

But you need to remember there is no such thing as a "popular vote" in the United States. There are 50 states votes, which is why we have an electoral college. The difference between votes in the "popular count" is the difference of votes in CA alone. Wipe CA off the map and you have a ne…

It's because people who make that much on paper typically owns businesses meaning they don't actually have that much income. The greatest portion of it goes back into their business. So when you raise their taxes, they have to make choices to compensate which usually means that some of th…

Except if that happens, the Speaker of the House becomes acting president and I can't imagine Trump wants Pelosi anywhere near the White House.

Well, I think the angry rhetoric from BOTH sides is what is polarizing us as Americans and pushing people who value their personal freedoms to move to the right and those who value using government to try to make things better in their opinions move to the left. You vilify the right for b…

Um, infected numbers mean nothing when death numbers are going down.... stop freaking out already

From the American Academy of Pediatrics: “Although many questions remain, the preponderance of evidence indicates that children and adolescents are less likely to be symptomatic and less likely to have severe disease resulting from SARS-CoV-2 infection. In addition, children may be less l…

From the American Academy of Pediatrics: “Although many questions remain, the preponderance of evidence indicates that children and adolescents are less likely to be symptomatic and less likely to have severe disease resulting from SARS-CoV-2 infection. In addition, children may be less l…