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* Boeing struggles, as more cuts coming,
* WA. Health: ‘We can head this off before it’s out of control’,
* To Trump on the economy, “It’s the virus, stupid!”

Boeing’s struggles amid more cuts.
Boeing 777X airplane takes off on its first flight with the Olympic Mountains in the background at Paine Field in Everett, Jan. 25, 2020.
Credit: © AP Photo/Ted S. Warren
  • Editor’s note: “‘It’s the economy, stupid’ was the phrase that James Carville, Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign director, coined to explain his strategy to convince the public to change presidential leadership in the middle of a recession.”
  • Bill Clinton defeated incumbent George H. W. Bush, making him a one term President. Will that occur again in 2020?
  • “It’s the virus, stupid,” Trump ignores to his peril!


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Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly: “The Ship is Taking on Water”

Idaho hospitals near capacity as Covid-19 cases surge [Ed. note: Seattle and Portland being used as alternates]

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More than half of Washington’s voters have returned ballots

Washington State Department of Health Deputy Secretary of Health for COVID-19 Response Lacy Fehrenbach: ‘We can head this off before it’s out of control’

Researchers at the University of Kansas report counties with mask mandates thwarted significant escalation in transmission of COVID-19 and counties operating without a requirement people wear a face covering suffered steady infection rate increases. — A new article by researchers at the University of Washington published in the journal Nature Medicine estimated a near-universal adherence to mask wearing throughout the United States could save 130,000 lives by the end of February.


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Dow sinks more than 900 points for its worst drop since June amid rising virus cases globally [Ed. note: Wall Street does not mirror Trump’s talk-up on the economy. The old slogan should be updated for Trump, “It’s the virus, Stupid!”]

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  1. *** WARNING – To encourage an informed discussion, the following comment is approved with the understanding that readers are encouraged to do further research before accepting anything below as factual from Nightlight7, which is unverified and uncorroborated. ***

    Comment by Steve on October 29, 2020 at 7:09 pm

  2. Who Does “Political Polarization” Really Harm?

    From the article.

    As a lawyer who vigilantly tracks vaccine legislation across the country, I can confirm that Democrats push vaccine mandates as their official policy, while Republicans stand with independents and respect health freedom as their official policy. For example, look at the votes on mandatory childhood vaccines in California (SB277) where 92% of Democrats voted for vaccine mandates while 86% of Republicans opposed vaccine mandates:

    Comment by nightlight7 on October 29, 2020 at 7:10 pm

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