1. Andrew Kaczynski: My baby daughter died of brain cancer. Here’s what we can do to save other kids.
Watch my recent conversation with Carter on his book, What It Means to Be Human, here:
Having conversations with people you disagree with is not always easy. Here's some helpful tips to dialogue about the issue of abortion in a compassionate and logical way: https://t.co/KrC8BY1Ztk
— Save the Storks (@savethestorks) February 26, 2021
Gina was an assistant general manager at a fast food restaurant making a salary of $40,000 before the pandemic shut down her three children’s daycare in March of last year. Without family or other child care, she took a leave of absence, which was reported as “voluntary” to unemployment, so she says she has not received any unemployment compensation, and that because her bank account was handed over to debt collections neither did she receive the second stimulus check.
“I used to work my a** off. And then I lost everything when COVID hit. Since then I live off the government,” Gina told me. Her rent in public housing went down to zero and she relies on churches and friends to pay her other bills. “If the pandemic had never happened I would still be right where I’m at doing what I’m supposed to be doing every single day. The pandemic completely destroyed my life.”
8. Rush Limbaugh: The Original Cancel Culture Target
He canceled cancel culture three hours a day for 33 years, and he did it with “half his brain tied behind his back, just to keep it fair.”
9. Arthur Brooks says: Go Ahead and Fail
12. For those long-timers who remember the “Star Trek ban” here:
None of us thought the show was anything more than a current job. If some actor claims otherwise: they are lying. Nichelle wanted to go back to Broadway, George took time off to go film the Green Berets, Leonard was happy for the steady paycheck… https://t.co/cwX3GDzQ4V
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) February 25, 2021