Category: Local Monitor News

STACY the Boogeyman

Even when she agreed with the voting bill, Still NO WAY! “In reality, the plan endorsed by Stacey Abrams is no compromise. It still subverts the First Amendment to supercharge cancel culture and the left’s name-and-shame campaign model. It takes redistricting away from state legislatures and hands it over to computers,” he wrote in a

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Facebook To Update Its Community Standards To Add Satire Exception

WASHINGTON — U.S. social media giant Facebook said it would update its community standards to consider satire when assessing hate speech violations. “We’ll add information to the community standards that makes it clear where we consider satire as part of our assessment of context-specific decisions,” Facebook said in a blog post. “This change will allow teams

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Black Music Month

Ray Charles’s America There are voices that are just simply iconic, Charles had one of them. Ray Charles was one of those iconic voices that no matter what he sang, his soulful rendition would vibrate in our souls forever. This Black Music Month the editor picks “America the Beautiful” as the song of this June

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Monitor Studios presents Black Music Month June 2021 Live San Diego Monitor News at 6PM PST. LIVE HERE Listen to the legend himself of how when Black Music is Played by Black People, success is inevitable! Powered by Cloudcast Media http://www.cloudcast.us Brought to you by Preferred Cremation & Burial https://www.preferredcremation.org/ sdmonitornewsThe San Diego Monitor-News has

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 ‘State Of Emergency’ Scaring International Tourists From Botswana: Tour Operators

GABORONE, Botswana — Kenson Kgaga, the owner of Naga Safaris that offers day trips to Okavango Delta in northern Botswana, was hopeful of making a total return to business when he got several tourists bookings from abroad. But his hopes have been dashed. “We had four cancelations which were attributed to the ‘State of Emergency’,” he

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Circuits made from Melanin

The dark brown melanin pigment, eumelanin, colors hair and eyes and protects our skin from sun damage. It has also long been known to conduct electricity, but too little for any useful application – until now. In a landmark study published in Frontiers in Chemistry, Italian researchers subtly modified the structure of eumelanin by heating it

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