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LBN Examiner 05/29/2022

2 IN 3 ADULTS AVOID SOCIAL EVENTS BECAUSE THEY’RE EMBARRASSED ABOUT FINANCIAL STRUGGLES:

Two-thirds of Americans are trying to keep their financial struggles a secret. A recent survey of 2,000 U.S. adults found that 66% have avoided social events because they’ve felt embarrassed or uncomfortable about their financial situation. Some respondents say they’ve steered clear of birthday parties (33%), weddings (32%), happy hours (31%), and networking events (31%). Recent increases in gas prices and inflation have left 56% feeling “extremely” or “noticeably” more stressed. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Beyond Finance for Mental Health Awareness Month, the survey also found that 67% engage in “stress shopping” when feeling financially overwhelmed and end up buying things they don’t need.

Startling Exodus to Florida Accelerating Despite N.Y. Reopening After COVID Restrictions:

New York has fully reopened after the strict restrictions imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic – but migration from the Empire State to Florida has accelerated this year, according to new data. A total of 21,546 New Yorkers swapped their driver’s licenses for the Sunshine State version during the first four months of this year – a 12% increase from the same period in 2021. The 2022 totals are 55% higher than the first four months of the last pre-pandemic year of 2019. Mayor Eric Adams has speculated that the Florida exodus would wane – and that some evacuees would return – once the city reopened. But the end of COVID-19 restrictions and the return of full-time schooling have so far failed to stem the outward tide to cities like Miami, Palm Beach and Jacksonville, according to data from the Florida Department of Highway Safety. A total of 61,728 New York state residents switched to Florida licenses last year – a figure that will be surpassed in 2022 if current trends persist.

Hugs From Partners Reduce Stress Levels in Women – But Not Men:

Women who hug their partner reduce their stress levels, new research reveals. However, a team in Germany finds hugging a lover does not have the same positive outcome for men. Researchers say their findings suggest that hugging their romantic partner before a stressful event – such as an exam, job interview, or presentation – will help keep anxiety levels down for women. They discovered that women who embraced their other half before undergoing a stressful experience had a lower biological stress response, as indicated by levels of the stress hormone cortisol in saliva.

Examiner – Lens:

Civilian casualties in the city of Irpin, Ukraine. “I said such a thing can’t happen,” one Ukrainian woman observed of Russia’s decision to invade. “They haven’t gone completely crazy. Well, you see – they went crazy.”

This Book for N.Y.C. School Kids has AOC Instead of ABCs:

A book intended for 10- and 11-year-olds – which glorifies socialist Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and her far-left “Squad,” knocks religion, and mocks Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – is being distributed to public school libraries. The book, “What You Don’t Know: A Story of Liberated Childhood,” was written and illustrated by Brooklynite Anastasia Higginbotham and appears on a fifth-grade independent reading list labeled “Universal Mosaic.” The DOE’s new Mosaic curriculum is supposed to kick off next year. The picture book centers on a black child who talks about fitting in at school and church and a friend “who’s queer like me.” The boy, named Demetrius, is shown in a church where he says, “Churches can preach all they want about love – the only thing that I feel when I’m here is shame.”

Intel Reports Repeatedly Failed to Forecast Capitol Riot:

Intelligence reports compiled by the U.S. Capitol Police in the days before last year’s riot on January 6 envisioned only an improbable or remote risk of violence, even as other assessments warned that crowds of potentially thousands of pro-Trump demonstrators could converge in Washington and create a dangerous situation. The documents underscore the uneven and muddled intelligence that circulated to Capitol Police officers ahead of the January 6 riot, when thousands of Donald Trump loyalists swarmed the Capitol complex and clashed violently with law enforcement officers in their effort to disrupt the certification of the results of the 2020 presidential election. The intelligence reports in particular show how the police agency, up to the day of the riot itself, grievously underestimated the prospect of chaotic violence and disruptions.

Examiner – 20 Years – A Look At 2002

The LBN Examiner was founded on June 1, 2002, an incredible 20 years ago. Let’s take a look back at what was going on in 2002:

** On May 22, winners at the 37th Academy of Country Music Awards included Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride & Alan Jackson.

** On May 26, Álvaro Uribe became President of Colombia.

Examiner – Lens:

Actor Adrien Brody.

Wildly (Politically) Incorrect by George Vandeman:

** For all of us Trans-fans who have been wondering about this, an Indian surgeon plans to transplant a womb into a Trans women (that would be originally a man, in case you aren’t keeping up). This would be a world first and could pave the way for biological men to get pregnant.

** The cops are never ever left off the hook. A transgender non-binary named Ezra accused cops who referred to him as “sir” as having committed an “intentional act of bigotry” and a technical “hate crime.” Folks, you just can’t make this stuff up.

** And now we have a new crime! Fairfax County Virginia will punish the crime of “malicious misgendering” at the same level as assault and battery. Anyone want to guess what the hell misgendering is? I guess this means “outing relating to gender identification” and calling people by their biologically accurate pronouns.

** Have you heard of “menstrual dignity?” Not sure I understood until I read about Oregon’s new “Menstrual Dignity Act.” This law requires schools to put feminine products in boys’ bathrooms. The law also requires the schools to post instructions on how to use the menstrual products. Obviously!

** A school district in Philadelphia invites teachers to attend the “Kink, Trans Sex and BDSM” workshop to “learn more about the trans community.” They were taught that there is “no age limit for gender journey,” how to use sex toys and what “puppy fetishes” are. How is your gender journey going?

Covid, Update
** We know how the red states did during COVID, with little or no mandates or lockdowns. Now we see how Sweden’s COVID gamble paid off. Anti-lockdown Sweden logged a lower death rate than many European nations that imposed strict curbs. Sweden became an international outcast when it defied “scientific advice” and decided to rely on people’s common sense. So, the highly controversial hands-off approach has been vindicated.

Colleges and Universities Update
** Here are some of the college and university courses taught in America today. “Nature of Society: Beyoncé and Intersectionality.” “Tree Climbing.” “Harry Potter: Understanding Good & Evil.” “Going Viral.” Here are a couple of useful ones, “Cow to Cone” about ice cream of course. And, one that I could have done well in, “Clap for Credit” (Music 113). These courses open up numerous possibilities for becoming a professor.

Examiner – Bookkeeping:

** Balenciaga is charging $1,850 for its new line of destroyed sneakers.

** There are now 65% more chief happiness officers than two years ago.

** Monthly rents in Miami have increased 58% over the last year.

** A 1955 Mercedes-Benz sells for a $142M – likely the most expensive car sale ever.

** 55% of Americans live within an hour of extended family.

Examiner – Memory Lane:

Actress Drew Barrymore from July 1992.

Examiner – (Notable) Remarks:

** “It’s like a sci-fi show where people went to sleep and woke up two years later.” Lockdown is over, but the scars of isolation aren’t going away. Teenagers need a social life. Every single study and report and piece of data tells us so. But we don’t need studies to tell us what we all already know. Ask yourself: What would it have been like if you had spent your thirteenth year in solitude? It was more than a year, actually. Millions of American kids had gone a year-and-a-half mostly alone. And every single girl I spoke to said the same thing about the experience: They felt like they were sinking, or being swallowed up. So it almost seemed like an understatement when, in December 2021, the Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, said the effect of the lockdowns had been “devastating” for young people’s mental health. The CDC said that, from 2019 to 2020, the incidence of girls ages 12 to 17 who were rushed to the Emergency Room after attempting suicide jumped by 51%. E.R. admissions for eating disorders doubled among the same group, according to the CDC, and tripled for tic-related disorders, which experts trace in part to TikTok. (During roughly the same period, the overall U.S. suicide rate, which skews heavily male, dropped by about 3%.) —- Suzy Weiss

** “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” —- Colin Powell

** To pursue global “democracy” is thus a formula for endless interventions in the internal affairs of other nations, endless conflicts and eventual war. The antidote is John Quincy Adams’ formulation: “(America) goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy; she is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all; she is the champion and vindicator only of her own.” —- Patrick J. Buchanan

** Pro-Israel activists once talked about getting outsiders to view Israel “beyond the conflict.” In the end, it wasn’t a matter of messaging but of a new reality – Israel’s exploding tech sector, gas reserves, military prowess, and its ability to see that it could no longer rely on American promises – that forced the world to rethink the Jewish state. —- Lahav Harkov. Lahav Harkov is the Senior Contributing Editor and Diplomatic Correspondent for The Jerusalem Post

Examiner – Lens:

It’s been two years since Normal People made Daisy Edgar-Jones a star. Her achingly naturalistic performance as Marianne Sheridan in the television version of Sally Rooney’s best seller captivated audiences, and launched a career that is now coming into view.

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Examiner – Investigates:

** New York City’s Federal Reserve Bank has the largest gold storage in the world. The vault is 80 feet below street level and contains $90 billion in gold.

** Following George Floyd’s murder, U.S. police departments are training officers to intervene when they see misconduct by colleagues.

** America’s most sinful states. READ

** Monterey Bay Aquarium’s deep-sea creature compilation. WATCH

** The 20 most-leaked passwords. READ

** Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia says he still has symptoms, two years after his COVID infection.

** China asked Russia not to invade Ukraine until after the Beijing Olympics, Western officials said.

** The levels of brutality experienced by detainees at Rikers Island in New York over the past year might have been even worse than known.

** Fitbit is recalling its Ionic smart watch after reports of overheating batteries.

Fauci Government Pension Would be Largest in U.S. History at $350,000-Plus Per Year:

If octogenarian COVID-19 czar Anthony Fauci ever decides to retire, he should have plenty of income to enjoy what’s left of his golden years. The doctor will be making at least $350,000 per year after he leaves his job as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health. Fauci could have retired in 2005 but stayed in his job, which is now paying $434,312 a year, the highest of any federal employee, including President Joe Biden.

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Examiner – Under The Radar:

** Yesterday, the final member of a group of former eBay execs pleaded guilty to terrorizing the creators of a critical ecommerce newsletter with packages of live spiders, cockroaches, and a funeral wreath.

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Should Ukraine concede some territory if it brings an end to the war with Russia?

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LBN Examiner 05/22/2022

ONE IN FOUR MEDICARE PATIENTS HARMED IN HOSPITALS, NEARLY HALF PREVENTABLE:

Medicare patients continue to experience harm during hospital stays, even after a decade of intensive efforts to decrease provider-caused adverse events, according to a report from the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG). Among the roughly 1 million Medicare patients who were discharged from hospitals in October 2018, a total of 258,323 experienced an adverse or temporary harm event during their stay. And 12% experienced events that led to longer stays, lifesaving interventions, permanent harm, or death. “This projects to 121,089 Medicare patients having experienced at least one adverse event during the 1-month study period,” the report stated.

Fur-Baby Boom? 7 in 10 Gen Z Adults Would Rather Have Pets Than Kids:

A new poll reveals seven in 10 young adults in Gen Z would rather adopt a pet than have their own children. Gen Z adults aren’t the only ones choosing pets over people; millennials are as well. In a survey of 1,000 pet owners, commissioned by ConsumerAffairs, researchers found that 57% of millennials love their pet more than their own sibling. Half of them said the same thing about their mother and 30% chose a pet over their significant other. Overall, 81% of millennial pet owners say they love their pet more than at least one family member – more than baby boomers (77%) or Generation X respondents (76%). Interestingly, cat owners (85%) were slightly more likely to choose their pet over a relative than dog owners (83%).

Wisconsin Student 13, Accused of Sexual Harassment, Hit with Title IX Complaint for Pronoun Use:

A Wisconsin mom shared her horror after her 13-year-old son was accused of sexual harassment for refusing to refer to a non-binary schoolmate with “they/them” pronouns. Rosemary Rabidoux hit out after her son Bradon became one of three eighth-grade schoolboys at Kiel Middle School subjected to an ongoing probe. It was triggered after they chose not to use the gender neutral pronoun for their unidentified classmate, who they instead referred to using “she” and “her.” Things appear to have escalated quickly with the school district now filing a Title IX complaint against the students, accusing them of sexual harassment for using the “incorrect” pronouns. Bradon’s mother, Rosemary, said that the district had taken things too far by filing such a complaint. The Kiel School District sees the refusal of students using particular pronouns to address their fellow pupils as a form of bullying. “The KASD prohibits all forms of bullying and harassment in accordance with all laws, including Title IX” stressing that it will “continue to support ALL students regardless of sex (including transgender status, change of sex or gender identity).”

Examiner – Lens:

March 7, 2022 – The train station in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Half-cup of Blueberries a Day Could Keep Dementia Away:

Researchers from the University of Cincinnati have found that a half-cup of blueberries can keep middle-aged adults from developing dementia as they get older. Moreover, the study finds adding the fruit to your diet lowers insulin levels and improves metabolic function – making it easier to burn fat for energy. It’s worth noting that the U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council of Folsom, California, provided the funding for this research. Although blueberries are fairly similar to other berries and plants like red cabbage, study author Robert Krikorian notes this superfood contains high levels of micronutrients and antioxidants called anthocyanins. These give blueberries their classic color while defending the fruit against excess radiation exposure, plant viruses, and other potential threats.

More than 100,000 People Officially Missing in Mexico:

More than 100,000 people are now listed as missing in violence-wracked Mexico, a grim milestone that the United Nations rights chief called “a tragedy of enormous proportions.” Rights groups appealed for urgent action to tackle disappearances that have skyrocketed during years of spiraling drug-related violence. The National Registry of Missing Persons, which has been tracking disappearances since 1964, said that the whereabouts of 100,099 people were unknown. About 75% are men. The Movement for Our Disappeared warned that the figure was “certainly well below the number” of actual cases, calling for the government to deal with the crisis “in a comprehensive and immediate manner.” UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said the disappearances represented a “human tragedy of enormous proportions.” “No effort should be spared to put an end to these human rights violations and abuses of extraordinary breadth, and to vindicate victims’ rights to truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-repetition,” she added.

Examiner – 20 Years – A Look At 2002

The LBN Examiner was founded on June 1, 2002, an incredible 20 years ago. Let’s take a look back at what was going on in 2002:

** On May 16, “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” opened in movie theaters.

** On May 22, a jury in Birmingham, Alabama, convicted former Ku Klux Klan member Bobby Frank Cherry of the 1963 murders of four girls in the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church.

Examiner – Lens:

Actress Selma Blair has a soft spot for Holocaust books. “I am drawn to the idea of continuing to bear witness to that horrible time,” says the actor, whose new book is Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up.

Examiner – Commentary by Nellie Bowles:

** The American economy is contracting: The economy shrank by 1.4% this past quarter. Causes cited: supply chain issues, rampant inflation, China’s zero-COVID policies, Russia’s invasion, you name it. The Federal Reserve can’t do much since they have to hike interest rates even more to reign in that runaway inflation. (I just paid $20 for two eggs and toast at the Burbank airport.)

** Brief list of things that could get you kicked off Twitter over the past few years: Saying COVID-19 was made in a lab. Saying cloth masks don’t work that well. Saying vaccinated people can spread COVID. Misgendering someone, even in satire. Reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop. And my personal favorite: Saying the phrase “learn to code” derisively to someone.

** Crypto in deep trouble: If people thought the crypto markets would operate independently from equity markets, that appears to have been wrong. Various cryptocurrencies (Ethereum and Bitcoin) have plummeted, though the peak for those two was so high that they are still above where they were at the start of 2021. Coinbase, however, looks like it’s in real trouble. Its stock has dropped 77% in a year and the company said it could absorb their users’ investments in the case of bankruptcy.

** Pro-choice activists accidentally making pro-life propaganda: Pro-choice activists have pulled series of stunts intended to go viral this past week. In one, they are dressed in red like handmaids as they storm a predominantly Latino Catholic church service. While someone must have thought this would be effective, to an outsider it looks like crazy people berating families in the middle of mass.

Examiner – Humankind

** Toronto Blue Jays fan catches Yankees home run ball, gives it to young New York fan in sweet moment. WATCH

** Good Samaritans help a Florida driver suffering a medical episode. WATCH

** A toddler sweetly reacts to seeing his mom as a bride. WATCH

Examiner – Lens:

Stella Moris, the partner of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, is photographed in her Vivienne Westwood designed wedding dress before driving to Belmarsh Prison to marry Julian Assange, at a hotel in London, March 23.

Examiner – (Notable) Remarks:

** On the race question, Jon Stewart has decided to go way past even Robin DiAngelo, in his passionate anti-whiteness. His opening monologue was intoned at times in a somber tone, as if he were delivering hard truths that only bigots could disagree with. He argued that no one in America had been prepared to have an honest discussion about race – until the “reckoning” of 2020. He also suggested that nothing had been done by whites to support African-Americans from 1619 (yes, he went there) … till now. The most obvious solution – reparations – was, he implied, somehow, absurdly, taboo. His montage of “black voices” insisted that African-Americans are still granted only conditional citizenship, are still barred from owning property – “we don’t own anything!” – and ended with Sister Souljah – yes! – explaining that the thing that kills black people are not bullets, but white people. This is the same moral avatar who once said: “If black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people?” Stewart then hailed Angela Davis – a proud Communist, with a particular fondness for East Germany’s suppression of dissent – and warmly thanked her as “Angela.” But Stewart included not a single black voice of disagreement or nuance. He apparently believes that all black people hold the same view. And all white people just refuse to hear it. —- Andrew Sullivan

** Among the headline-grabbing wildfires, droughts and floods, it is easy to feel disheartened about climate change. I felt this myself when a United Nations panel released the latest major report on global warming. It said that humanity was running out of time to avert some of the worst effects of a warming planet. Another report is coming tomorrow. So I called experts to find out whether my sense of doom was warranted. To my relief, they pushed back against the notion of despair. The world, they argued, has made real progress on climate change and still has time to act. They said that any declaration of inevitable doom would be a barrier to action, alongside the denialism that Republican lawmakers have historically used to stall climate legislation. Such pushback is part of a budding movement: Activists who challenge climate dread recently took off on TikTok, my colleague Cara Buckley reported. “Fear is useful to wake us up and make us pay attention,” Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist at Texas Tech University, told me. “But if we don’t know what to do, it paralyzes us.” —- German Lopez, New York Times

** I believe that children as young as elementary age are being taught to reject our American values. They are told that our Founding Fathers were massively flawed and that it overshadows the nation they built. They hear that our Constitution is “out of date” and needs to be “modernized.” Progressives are rewriting our nation’s history and they are doing it with our youngest and most vulnerable. We cannot let this happen! —- Dr. Ben Carson

Examiner – Lens:

Former California Gov. Jerry Brown poses for a photo on one of the hills on his ranch near Williams, California, March 2, 2022. Brown is living off the grid in retirement, but he’s still deeply connected on two issues that captivated him while in office and now are center stage globally: climate change and the threat of nuclear war.

Examiner – Readers Speak:

Do you believe in life after death?

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Examiner – Lens:

It is a critical truism – and only partially true – that the Korean filmmaker Hong Sangsoo makes the same movie over and over. His protagonists belong to a particular milieu, which happens to be his: they work in the arts, usually in film, sometimes as novelists or painters. They are maladroit, at times in professional settings, always in personal matters. His plots revolve around romantic anguish and complication. Failures of communication abound. Characters are driven by libidinal urges and petty vanity. Action tends to be displaced to the realm of talk. Awkward conversations unfold over many drinks, alcohol serving as disinhibitor and spur to philosophical rumination. No one ever learns from their mistakes. But to accuse Hong of repeating himself misses the point. Repetition in his films is both subject and structuring device, and, like any artist who works with this formal strategy, Hong finds meaning in the subtlest variations, coaxing compelling moral dramas from prosaic scenarios.

Examiner – Investigates:

$2,985,636,000,000:
Federal Tax Collections Set Record Through April

The federal government collected a record $2,985,636,000,000 in total taxes in the first seven months of fiscal 2022 (October through April), Statement. Before this year, the most taxes the federal government had ever collected in the first seven months of a fiscal year was fiscal 2021, when it collected $2,320,127,490,000 in constant April 2022 dollars. In April alone, the Treasury collected $863,649,000,000 in taxes. That was $388,192,260,000 more than the $475,456,740,000 (in constant April 2022 dollars) that the Treasury collected in taxes last April.

Examiner – Reader Commentary by Theresa Perez of Boston:

“Gotaways,” those who breach our borders without ever being stopped and identified by Border Patrol or other authorities, are now estimated at 30,000 a month. Among these clandestinely crossing our border monthly are cartel members, child molesters, drug traffickers and sex offenders. We don’t know who they are, but we do know where they are. They are now our neighbors inside our homeland.

“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion.”

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Examiner – Cartoon:

Is it a market indicator when the Fed chairman’s buying lottery tickets?

Examiner – Reader Question:

ARE YOU HAPPY WITH THE DIRECTION OF AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION?

  • Have you heard about “Drag Queen Story Hour” for young children being held in schools and libraries?
  • How do you feel about “sex ed” lessons telling kids they can choose to be a boy or a girl – or something in between?
  • What about kids reading graphically sexual books as part of required school curriculum?

You might think it’s only happening in states like California or New York. That is not the case. Across the country, kids from kindergarten to high school are being exposed to early sexualization. This is often at the taxpayers’ expense in publicly funded schools.

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Amazon Recommends Business Book Classic “Broken Windows, Broken Business”

Amazon, the world’s largest bookseller, has recommended the revised edition of the business book classic “Broken Windows, Broken Business – The Revolutionary Broken Windows Theory: How the Smallest Remedies Reap the Biggest Rewards.” For more information click here – Broken Windows

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