French philosopher Voltaire said he had only one prayer in life — “O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous” — and that it was uniformly granted by God. The answer to Donald Trump Donald Trump Trump announces new tranche of endorsements DeSantis, Pence tied in 2024 Republican poll Lawmakers demand changes after National Guard troops at Capitol sickened from tainted food MORE ’s prayers may be Rep. Eric Swalwell Eric Michael Swalwell The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by ExxonMobil - Senate begins marathon vote-a-rama before .9T COVID-19 relief passage Trump sued by Democrat over mob attack on Capitol China has already infiltrated America's institutions MORE (D-Calif.). It is not because of Swalwell’s relationship with a Chinese agent or the bizarre defenses of him, including one Democrat insisting he deserved the Medal of Honor . It is because Swalwell’s lawsuit against the former president could offer Trump the ultimate vindication … [Read more...] about Did Eric Swalwell offer vindication for Donald Trump with his lawsuit?
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Normal people spent the COVID-19 lockdown watching new shows like Indian Matchmaking or the latest season of The Umbrella Academy . But I'm not normal. After countless conversations with people that've ended in "How the hell have you never seen that?" I've discovered I have a tendency to overlook film and television masterpieces, or simply watch them many, many years after their release. That was the case for the Harry Potter franchise , which I didn't start reading and watching until 2009. CNET Culture Entertain your brain with the coolest news from streaming to superheroes, memes to video games. It happened last spring, when, after having seen only three Marvel movies , I decided it would be fun to watch them all, back-to-back, over an insane two-and-a-half-day period . Now that I have ample time to sit at home and stare at a screen instead of socialize with humans, I decided it was time to consume another series I'd heard people rave about: … [Read more...] about I watched Lost for the first time. Here’s why it’s the perfect 2020 binge
ENGLAND TOUR OF INDIA, 2021 by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on Share Tweet England lost their way after winning the first Test © BCCI England captain Joe Root has urged his team to embrace the 3-1 defeat to India and be realistic about where they fell short after a great start to the series. After the first Test in Chennai where England beat India by 227 runs, the visitors fell apart in the next three Tests, hardly putting up a fight, particularly with the their batting against R Ashwin and Axar Patel in key moments. The result of that was three emphatic India wins - by 317 runs, 10 wickets and an innings and 25 runs . "I think the guys have to embrace what's happened. They have to understand it and be realistic. There are areas we can get better at. We would be stupid to come away from this trip and say: 'it was the extreme conditions, the ball was spinning and skidding on, and it was impossible to bat.' That would be the … [Read more...] about Complaining about extreme conditions would be wrong attitude: Root
BARCELONA, Spain - Just days after their last elected president spent a night in jail, members of Football Club Barcelona will vote for a new one to steer the club out of its most tumultuous period in recent memory. Over 110,000 members are eligible to cast ballots on Sunday to choose from three men: former president Joan Laporta, businessman Víctor Font, and longtime board member Toni Freixa. The winner — to be announced late Sunday night — will inherit a club facing daunting problems. Barcelona’s reputation of being a socially conscientious institution expressed in its slogan “More than a club” has been tarnished by an odd scandal that has bloomed into a police investigation into alleged misdoing. The so-called “Barçagate” centred on allegations that the former executive board had hired an internet services company to spread negative messages about its own players and opponents on social media to boost the image of senior club officials. Former president Josep Bartomeu denied … [Read more...] about Barcelona members to elect new president amid club crisis
Back in 1986 I made a film for the BBC science series Tomorrow’s World about a remarkable new class of drugs called statins. Studies had shown that statins could cut people’s risk of heart disease by lowering their cholesterol levels. It was all very exciting. Thirty-five years on and statins are now one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the UK, with around eight million people, including me, taking them daily. Yet they continue to be dogged by controversy and fear of side-effects. Studies had shown that statins could cut people’s risk of heart disease by lowering their cholesterol levels. It was all very exciting Last year, for example, there were claims that statins might increase your risk of dying from Covid-19. Studies had shown that people admitted to intensive care tended to have lower levels of cholesterol, so there was a fear that taking cholesterol-lowering drugs might make you more vulnerable. Well, like so many health scares, this one turned … [Read more...] about DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Can statins save you from Covid as well as heart disease?