Twenty shows – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ Sat, 02 Jul 2022 01:10:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://puroveinte.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.png Twenty shows – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ 32 32 Final weekly report shows continued downward trend in COVID-19 https://puroveinte.com/final-weekly-report-shows-continued-downward-trend-in-covid-19/ Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:43:05 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/final-weekly-report-shows-continued-downward-trend-in-covid-19/ Graphic courtesy HFCM Communicatie, via Wikimedia This is a representation of what the Covid-19 virus would look like under a powerful microscope. The final weekly COVID-19 Integrated Epidemiological Report (IPE) showed a continuing downward trend in COVID-19 hospitalizations, as well as a decrease in the total number of cases. Figures include cases reported between June […]]]>
Graphic courtesy HFCM Communicatie, via Wikimedia This is a representation of what the Covid-19 virus would look like under a powerful microscope.

The final weekly COVID-19 Integrated Epidemiological Report (IPE) showed a continuing downward trend in COVID-19 hospitalizations, as well as a decrease in the total number of cases.

Figures include cases reported between June 19 and June 25. Three deaths were reported during this period, a decrease of nine from the previous report. One of those deaths occurred before June 19, but was not recorded as a COVID death at that time. The other two deaths occurred between June 19 and June 25.

North Central reported one death from COVID during this period. The Saskatoon and Southeast areas also reported one death.

Two of these deaths involved patients aged 80 or over. The other was a patient in the age group of 20-39. One patient was female. The other two were men.

The report shows 119 hospitalizations for COVID-19, a decrease of 38 from last week. Four people were reported to intensive care, a decrease of one person from the previous week.

Of these 30 cases, they were COVID-19-related illnesses, 79 were incidental COVID-19 infections, and 10 patients were under investigation.

Overall in Saskatchewan, rates of hospitalizations, ICU admissions and deaths from COVID-19 are higher among unvaccinated people than among people who have received two or three vaccines.

In every age group, rates of hospitalization, ICU admission and death are higher among unvaccinated people than among those who received two or three doses.

Lower rates of serious outcomes in the three-dose group compared to the two-dose group suggest the additional benefits of the booster dose.

The predominant variant during the observation period was Omicron, an indication that being fully vaccinated and boosted provides protection against the Omicron variant.

Unvaccinated people were about six times more likely to die than people vaccinated with three doses after adjusting for age.

The province also reported nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the north-central from June 19 to June 25.

It was among 208 total cases confirmed in the province. These are only laboratory confirmed cases and not cases confirmed by rapid antigen test.

The 394 new cases have been confirmed, which represents approximately 17 laboratory-confirmed cases per 100,000 population.

The Saskatoon area led the province with 70 new cases.

The highest proportion of new cases for the week was in the northwest and south-central areas, both at 23 per 100,000. The lowest proportion, in areas with one case, was in the ‘Far Northeast at 4 per 100,000.

The proportion of new laboratory-confirmed cases was 17 per 100,000 population, which is lower than last week.

The province warns that the rates should be interpreted with caution, as they do not include cases detected by rapid home antigen test kits.

During the week of June 19 to June 25, 168 variants of concern (VOCs) were reported, compared to 94 in the previous report.

Of the total VOCs reported in the past two weeks, 100% were Omicron VOCs.

The province also reported three new outbreaks in long-term care facilities, nursing homes and personal care homes. No new outbreaks were reported in the north-central area during the reporting period.

Of these, two outbreaks were reported in long-term care facilities and one outbreak occurred in personal care homes.

As of June 25, among the population five years and older, 86.0% had received at least one dose and 81.2% had completed a series, unchanged from the previous week.

Among the population aged 18 and over, 52.8% had received at least one reminder, like the previous week.

During the week of June 19-25, 2022, 3,429 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered, including 214 pediatric doses and 2,967 booster doses.

On July 21, a three-week report will be released (reporting period from June 26 to July 16).

The first monthly report will be published on August 18 (with a reporting period from July 17 to August 13).

Fall vaccination campaign being planned

On June 29, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) released guidance for planning COVID-19 vaccinations in the fall, emphasizing that all residents should be up to date on their COVID vaccinations. -19 with all eligible booster doses.

These guidelines included supplemental doses for those at high risk of severe COVID-19 outcomes and the provision of a supplemental dose to all residents 12 years of age and older.

This guidance will be incorporated into provincial planning for the COVID-19 vaccination program for this fall. Details will be announced once finalized

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Poll Shows Deep Partisan Divides Over Transgender Rights: NPR https://puroveinte.com/poll-shows-deep-partisan-divides-over-transgender-rights-npr/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 09:00:12 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/poll-shows-deep-partisan-divides-over-transgender-rights-npr/ University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas at the 2022 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in February. Thomas, a transgender woman, has been at the center of the debate surrounding transgender athletes. Kathryn Riley/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Kathryn Riley/Getty Images University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas at the 2022 Ivy League Women’s […]]]>

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University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas at the 2022 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in February. Thomas, a transgender woman, has been at the center of the debate surrounding transgender athletes.

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Americans are widely opposed to allowing transgender female athletes to compete on women’s and women’s sports teams and, according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll, are deeply divided along partisan lines on issues of transgender rights.

The NPR/Ipsos poll shows nearly two-thirds of Americans (63%) oppose transgender women and girls competing on teams that match their gender identity, while 24% overall support it.

Among Democrats, opinion is fairly split: A majority, 46%, supports the right of trans female athletes to compete on women’s and women’s sports teams, while 41% oppose it.

Independent voters oppose the right of trans female athletes to compete by 3:1 (21% support; 63% opposition).

Among Republicans, support drops to just 4%, while 88% oppose it.

According to Ipsos Vice President Mallory Newall, this small percentage of Republican support demonstrates how powerful messaging on this issue has proven.

“For the leaders of the Republican Party, [trans women and sports] has become a very powerful talking point,” says Newall, “and what our polls show is that it resonates with a significant majority of their base.

The rights of trans female athletes have become a political issue

The message resonates clearly with people like Paul Bjork, 68, a semi-retired entrepreneur in Fort Smith, Ark., who tells NPR his views are shaped by conservative podcasts and guided by the Bible.

“Any law that will support transgender people, I will be against,” Bjork said. “Biologically,” he says, “there’s only one man/one woman, and having a man competing in a women’s sport doesn’t work. I mean, it’s not fair for the woman.”

Many, including scientists, reject this view of a gender binary.

Nearly 20 states have passed laws prohibiting transgender youth from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity.

Transgender advocate Chris Mosier, founder of transathlete.com, calls the NPR/Ipsos poll results “deeply disappointing,” but not surprisingly. The results, he says, reflect how politicized these issues have become.

Chris Mosier during the men’s 50k walk in Santee, California on January 25, 2020, where he made history as the first transgender man to compete in the U.S. Men’s Olympic Trials.

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“What’s important for people to remember,” says Mosier, “is that my identity as a trans person is not political. It has become politicized.”

Mosier is also appalled by a decision this month by FINA, the world’s swimming governing body, which effectively bans transgender women from elite international women’s competition.

“The truth is, trans women don’t dominate in sports,” says Mosier. “They’ve never dominated the sport. And it’s been largely just a scare tactic by the right to create a political wedge in an election year.”

Danielle Provencher, 49, a retired Democrat and freelance journalist from Boynton Beach, Fla., responded “somewhat opposed” to the poll’s question about trans women in sports. In an interview with NPR, Provencher said she was “confused.”

“I don’t mean to discriminate,” she says, “but I recognize that there are differences between men’s and women’s bodies, and you can’t get around that, especially when it comes to competition. … There’s that physical thing that you can’t escape.”

But Rebekah Goldstein, 33, a data manager and Democrat from Newton, Mass., is among those supporting trans female athletes on the issue.

“I just have a firm belief that if someone is a woman, wants to compete as a woman, that’s up to them,” she says. “Nobody else should be able to decide that for other people.”

Goldstein calls the trend of anti-transgender legislation being passed across the country “alarming.” “I feel anger and frustration,” she says, “that the country is moving in this direction.”

Gender-affirming medical care for trans youth reveals deep political divide

The NPR/Ipsos poll also asked about state laws that prevent transgender youth from accessing gender-transitional medical care, such as hormone therapy.

The responses show a marked partisan split.

Only 14% of Democrats support such laws, compared to 55% of Republicans.

Republican Stephen Petit, 58, a retired deputy sheriff of Denver, Colorado, is among those who believe young people under the age of 18 should not have access to such medical care.

“Let them mature for a few more years until they’re 18,” he says. “So they can make that choice.”

Neena Van Camp, 76, of Knoxville, Tennessee, is a registered Republican but says she is “totally disenchanted” with her party and, in particular, former President Donald Trump.

“Quite honestly,” she told NPR, “with the behavior of an idiot who lived in Washington, I refuse to be associated with it. … When I get solicitations from the Republican Party, I put a little note and I send instead of sending them money, and say, ‘As long as he’s up there at the top, you won’t get me to squat unnecessarily.'”

Van Camp also opposes the majority of the Republican Party on the issue of laws that ban gender-affirming care for transgender youth: she strongly opposes these laws.

“That’s what the child wants,” says Van Camp, “and they should be able to follow through on what they feel they need. … The government is getting too involved, in my opinion, it’s not their Company daggon.”

In a related question, the NPR/Ipsos poll asked whether people agree with laws or state policies that classify gender transition medical care for youth as child abuse.

“Uhhhhhh, that question makes me want to vomit!” says Provencher, the Democrat from Florida, who explains that it’s not the question itself that she finds nauseating, but the politics it is about.

The issue stems from a directive in Texas, where some families of children receiving gender transition medical care have been investigated by child protective services.

Again, the poll shows a strong partisan divide on this issue.

Nearly half of Republicans (48%) support policies that consider providing trans medical care to young people to be child abuse; 28% oppose these policies.

Meanwhile, Democrats overwhelmingly oppose those policies, nearly 5 to 1 (58% to 13%).

Provencher calls it “ridiculous” to equate gender-affirming medical care for young people with child abuse.

“I think it’s a caring and helpful thing for a parent to be able to do that,” she says. “It’s the opposite of child abuse.”

The sharp divisions between Democrats and Republicans on issues of transgender rights, according to Ipsos pollster Mallory Newall, mirror the intense partisan divisions seen on social issues at all levels.

“This is just one of many examples in our society right now of how our partisan affiliation is really the lens through which we look at all issues,” Newall said.

The NPR/Ipsos poll was conducted June 10-12, 2022, with a sample of 1,028 adults online. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.3 percentage points for all respondents.

NPR’s Joel Rose contributed to this report.

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Abel Liu’s legacy shows the power of trans visibility https://puroveinte.com/abel-lius-legacy-shows-the-power-of-trans-visibility/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 16:47:47 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/abel-lius-legacy-shows-the-power-of-trans-visibility/ It wasn’t until 2021 that America’s first openly transgender student body president took office at the University of Virginia. But the road to the presidency of Abel Liu, 22, was paved with bigotry. Liu was a third-year student when he ran for AVU’s highest office, having previously served on student council since his freshman year. […]]]>

It wasn’t until 2021 that America’s first openly transgender student body president took office at the University of Virginia. But the road to the presidency of Abel Liu, 22, was paved with bigotry.

Liu was a third-year student when he ran for AVU’s highest office, having previously served on student council since his freshman year. His platform aimed to usher in a new era of student government, one that focused on “equity, empowerment, and renewal,” Liu said to shortly after his election. Ultimately, however, Liu’s opponent was not campaigning against his platform.

“I didn’t expect my gender identity to become an issue in the campaign,” Liu said. “It finally happened.”

By the start of the election cycle, Liu had gained a broad base of support from the AVU student body. So, in an effort to appeal to the conservative side of the school, Liu’s opponent turned to transphobia.

“He started a sort of transphobic misinformation campaign,” Liu said. His opponent sent mass emails to the student body that not only misinterpreted Liu, but also misrepresented his platform and portrayed him as radically contrary to UVA traditions.

“What was interesting was that as more and more evidence of what he was doing came out, I was able to make the campaign a moral referendum,” Liu said. “And I phrased it that way for the students. I said, you know, ‘This is a referendum on what kind of school we want to become. Do we want to become a school that endorses transphobic smear campaigns? »

UVA students responded with a resounding “NO”, voting overwhelmingly for Liu in the election. He won the presidency in a landslide victory with 81.2% of the vote.

“When we won with such a wide margin of victory and such a high turnout, I truly understood that it meant that the AVU had chosen an inclusive and fair path,” Liu said. “They rejected transphobia and a number of other hateful ideologies by electing me as they did.”

With his election, Liu became both the first Chinese-American UVA student body president and America’s first openly trans student body president.

“It was personally meaningful to me as a trans man, but I am also aware of the significance and value it will likely have for other trans or non-binary student government candidates in the future,” he said. Liu said.

With his election, Liu became both the first Chinese-American UVA student body president and America’s first openly trans student body president.

“The other thing that I find really amazing is that the first university to elect an openly trans president is in the South,” he continued. “And this is in a school that has had a very troubled history with all marginalized identities, including queer identities, for decades.”

Now a recent graduate of AVU and his term as president over, Liu reflects on his legacy. While he’s honored to have made history, his presidency was never about being ‘the first anything,’ as he said on the podcast. “Inside UVA.”

“I think it’s less triumphant and a bit more exhausting than people imagine,” Liu said, referring to the extra norms and standards he’s had to set as trans in previously gender-dominated environments. cis people.

“But there were times during my tenure, I think, queer communities or the Asian American community needed a voice,” he continued. One such moment came after the Asian-American attacks in Atlanta, which took place early in his tenure. “I think it was really meaningful to have an Asian student body president at that time to be able to speak. And the trans and queer students actually stopped me quite often and let me know that I made me feel more welcome at the UVA.

“That’s where it counts,” Liu said. “That’s where it was significant. It didn’t affect my schedule. It affected the way I interact with people.

As for Liu’s future, he will likely continue down the path of higher education.

“I have a wish list of graduate degrees that I might be interested in pursuing,” he said. “I know I’m interested in a master’s degree in urban planning. And I’m also interested in a law degree, maybe a business degree, and maybe a social theory degree. Well, we’ll find out and I’ll let you know.

Wherever he ends up, Liu’s impact on UVA and the future of trans representation in American education is undeniable. And even as the politics of this country seem to be regressing towards conservatism, Liu is confident that Americans will stand up for what is right.

“There is hope in pursuing coalitions and solidarity and actively working across identities to protect voices and marginalized people, especially trans people,” he said. “I believe there is an appetite for this fight both within our generation and in the United States as a whole, but what is really needed is solidarity across all lines and identities for s make sure that happens.” ♦


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Batman/Superman Cover Shows DC World’s Best Sidekicks https://puroveinte.com/batman-superman-cover-shows-dc-worlds-best-sidekicks/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 00:10:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/batman-superman-cover-shows-dc-worlds-best-sidekicks/ DC’s best sidekicks are being celebrated with a variant cover that potentially features content from an upcoming Batman/Superman issue. DC Comics will be showcasing its sidekicks in an all-new variant cover for the upcoming issue of Batman/Superman: the best in the world #seven. The foundation of DC Comics and its lore has mostly rested on […]]]>

DC’s best sidekicks are being celebrated with a variant cover that potentially features content from an upcoming Batman/Superman issue.

DC Comics will be showcasing its sidekicks in an all-new variant cover for the upcoming issue of Batman/Superman: the best in the world #seven. The foundation of DC Comics and its lore has mostly rested on the shoulders of the sidekicks, more than even the main heroes. After all, Dick Grayson’s Robin is often cited as the first traditional comic book sidekick, or at the very least created the basic template for what sidekicks should look like.

Both Superman and Batman are great examples of heroes defined by their sidekicks as much as DC itself was defined by sidekicks. Superman’s circle is largely made up of allies like his son Jon, his clone Kon-El, his cousin Kara, his best friend Jimmy Olsen, and even his dog, Krypto. Meanwhile, Batman has enough sidekicks to build an entire bat family. Sidekicks have become so common in the DC Universe, especially now that it can be easy for some audiences to forget how important they are in building DC’s lore and growth from the ground up.

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Artist Todd Nauck seeks to emphasize the importance of the sidekicks with its new variant cover for Batman/Superman: the best in the world #7, posted on Twitter. Without its main characters or any of the usual DC headliners, the cover instead places all of Batman and Superman’s most notable sidekicks in one large showcase. Batman/Superman: the best in the world #7 by writer Mark Waid and artist Dan Mora will officially hit comic book shelves and digital stores on September 20th.

As of this writing, only four issues of Batman/Superman: the best in the world have been published, so not much is known about the history of this issue now. However, it was reported that the issue would show an earlier part of Superman’s life, featuring a secret sidekick no one knew about until now.


All things considered, it looks like this issue will eventually deepen the sidekick lore in the DC world even further than it already is. That’s why it’s so fitting for artist Todd Nauck to create a variant cover that essentially serves as a celebration of DC Comics’ best sidekicks. He’s even more apt than amidst it all, the character who started the operating model of a common sidekick: former Robin, Dick Grayson, now Nightwing. Stay tuned for more of DC’s best sidekicks in Batman/Superman: the best in the world #seven, available at local comic shops and digital stores starting September 20.


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Batman/Superman: the best in the world #seven will be available from DC Comics on September 20.

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Gallup poll shows 89% of Armenians oppose placing Artsakh under Azeri rule – Panorama https://puroveinte.com/gallup-poll-shows-89-of-armenians-oppose-placing-artsakh-under-azeri-rule-panorama/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:29:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/gallup-poll-shows-89-of-armenians-oppose-placing-artsakh-under-azeri-rule-panorama/ By Harut Sassounyan Publisher, The California Courier In a poll by the International Gallup Association from May 26-28, 2022, 89.3% of Armenian citizens surveyed said it was unacceptable to them “if the population of Artsakh is granted national minority status in Azerbaijan “. Only 4.4% of respondents found it acceptable. 51% of respondents […]]]>


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In a poll by the International Gallup Association from May 26-28, 2022, 89.3% of Armenian citizens surveyed said it was unacceptable to them “if the population of Artsakh is granted national minority status in Azerbaijan “. Only 4.4% of respondents found it acceptable.

51% of respondents were negatively inclined to the results of the May 22 trilateral meeting of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, the President of Azerbaijan. Ilham Aliyev and European Union President Charles Michel in Brussels. Only 34.7% of respondents rated the meeting positively. The Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders had agreed to unblock transport links between the two countries and establish a route between mainland Azerbaijan and Nakhchivan through Armenian territory.

Respondents believed that Armenia could receive weapons from: Russia (48.1%), France (13.9%), United States (6.4%), Iran (1.7%), CSTO – – Collective Security Treaty Organization (1.1%), NATO (0.5%) and UN Security Council (0.1%).

In an earlier poll conducted April 2-6, 2022 by the International Gallup Association, 57.2% of respondents did not believe that “the current Armenian authorities will be able to sign a peace agreement with Azerbaijan on terms acceptable in the interests of Artsakh and Armenia.” 30.4% thought it would be possible.

In response to the question who is responsible for the tension created in and around Artsakh, 43.8% said it was Azerbaijan, 27% said the Armenian authorities were responsible, 14.1% said Russian peacekeepers, 6.1% said Artsakh authorities and 3.5% blame Turkey.

47.7% of respondents gave a negative assessment of Prime Minister Pashinyan’s work, while 38.8% rated it positive.

Survey respondents were almost evenly split between those who said Pashinyan should quit (41.7%) and those who said he shouldn’t (38.7%).

When asked which political party they would vote for if elections were held today, 20.4% said they would support the ruling Civil Contract party, 12% expressed support for both parliamentary parties opposition and 1.7% to “prosperous Armenia”. However, 28.8% of those polled said they would not vote for any party. The ruling party’s rating fell by 70.4% when Pashinyan first came to power in 2018, and has fallen further from the 53.9% of the vote his party received in the 20 June 2021.

When asked how they “assessed the current political situation in Armenia”, 66.5% (two-thirds) of respondents gave a negative answer, while only 22.3% had a positive opinion.

Asked about their solution to the current political situation in the country, 27.6% did not see the need for change, 26.6% suggested holding new legislative elections, 21.8% favored the formation of a transitional government and 11.4% wanted more pressure to be exerted. on the opposition.

45.6% were against recent opposition street protests, while 32.5% said they were in favor.

46.1% supported the confrontational conduct of Armenian police with protesters, while 37.2% were critical.

Asked whether survey respondents were “for establishing diplomatic relations with Turkey without preconditions and opening borders”, 68% said they were against, while only 26.3% were in favor. .

In conclusion, the Armenian society is strongly divided on the internal problems of the country. There are those who support Prime Minister Pashinyan and those who prefer that he be replaced. Nevertheless, Pashinyan’s popularity has deteriorated considerably in Armenia and most likely in the Diaspora compared to his extraordinary initial popularity in 2018.

On the critical issues facing Armenia vis-à-vis Azerbaijan and Turkey, most Armenians are very negatively disposed to any concessions in order to improve relations with their two hostile neighboring countries.

Respondents to many of the above questions left no doubt that the prime minister’s frequent assertion that he has “the people’s mandate” is no longer true. Pashinyan and his political party’s ratings have dropped significantly, especially after Armenia’s devastating defeat in the 2020 war. His political party won last year’s parliamentary elections with around 25% of registered voters , which is a small percentage of the total population of Armenia.

Since no such poll is conducted throughout the Diaspora, no one knows Pashinyan’s exact rating among Diaspora Armenians. Everything indicates that its rating in the diaspora has suffered a dizzying fall just like in Armenia. Therefore, despite the Prime Minister’s extremely high rating when he came to power in 2018, his supporters now form a much smaller portion of Armenians in Armenia and in the Diaspora.

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Video shows Detroit suspect pointing gun at man holding baby https://puroveinte.com/video-shows-detroit-suspect-pointing-gun-at-man-holding-baby/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 20:51:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/video-shows-detroit-suspect-pointing-gun-at-man-holding-baby/ A gunman was caught on CCTV pointing a gun at the head of another man – who was holding a baby – during an argument at a Detroit gas station on Sunday, according to police and a report. Stills from the harrowing footage released by police on Monday show the victim juggling the sleeping 7-month-old […]]]>

A gunman was caught on CCTV pointing a gun at the head of another man – who was holding a baby – during an argument at a Detroit gas station on Sunday, according to police and a report.

Stills from the harrowing footage released by police on Monday show the victim juggling the sleeping 7-month-old baby with one arm while reaching out his other hand in an apparent effort to protect the child from the shooter.

A gunman was caught on CCTV pointing a gun at the head of another man – who was holding a baby.
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The victim, who has not been identified, told police he was followed by his attacker into the Valero gas station at the intersection of Hubble and Tireman avenues in the Michigan city, Fox 2 reported. Detroit News.

The outlet said it appeared the men had already argued outside.

Photos of the harrowing footage released by police on Monday show the victim juggling the sleeping 7-month-old baby.
Photos of the harrowing footage released by police on Monday show the victim juggling the sleeping 7-month-old baby.
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When the assailant drew his gun, the young father raised his arm while holding the baby, striking the gun and possibly causing it to malfunction, police said.

Surveillance video later showed the shooter, dressed in a white tank top and wide-brimmed hat, exiting the gas station, fumbling with his gun.

Police appealed Monday for advice and within hours announced an arrest in the case. The suspect has not yet been identified.

When the man pulled out his gun, the young father raised his arm while still holding the baby.
When the man pulled out his gun, the young father raised his arm while still holding the baby.
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The precinct praised the public on Twitter for the quick response to their request for information.

“The 2nd arrondissement would like to thank our community for providing information that led us to take this individual into custody,” he said.

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What are the best TV shows you can watch with dad this Father’s Day in 2022 https://puroveinte.com/what-are-the-best-tv-shows-you-can-watch-with-dad-this-fathers-day-in-2022/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 20:39:44 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/what-are-the-best-tv-shows-you-can-watch-with-dad-this-fathers-day-in-2022/ One thing all fathers have in common is ethics, which often includes timeless wisdom, honesty, and relentless guidance. This Father’s Day 2022, let your dad know how much you value his advice, whether you follow it or not! Let him know that you listen to him and that you love him as much as he […]]]>

One thing all fathers have in common is ethics, which often includes timeless wisdom, honesty, and relentless guidance. This Father’s Day 2022, let your dad know how much you value his advice, whether you follow it or not! Let him know that you listen to him and that you love him as much as he loves you. Celebrate this Father’s Day a little differently by staying in tune with the times. This fun way to celebrate Father’s Day is both unique and inexpensive: watch a TV show with him! Explore all the best shows you can watch with your dad to show him your gratitude, respect, and love.

Here are the 20 best TV shows to watch with dad on Father’s Day 2022:

1. American Dad
This is an animated series available on Disney Hotstar + and which features a typical American family. It can be fun to watch with your dad this Father’s Day.

2. Stranger Things
The role of Chief Hopper in the promotion of the troubled and misunderstood Eleven is worth seeing with your father.

3. Cobra Kai
If you have a karate-loving dad, this is the show to get him watching this Father’s Day.

4. Older men
Many of the characters on this show will resonate with your dad and even other family members.

5. The office
Airing on NBC for nine seasons, the series can be watched with your dad this Father’s Day. It aired from 2005 to 2013.

6.Annie
Annie talks about a child who is taken in by Stacked to help boost the polls. Don’t miss it!

7. Billboard Dad
This series shows how some children play Cupid for their fathers.

8. Finding Nemo
Released in 2003, the animated film will tear you and your dad apart.

9. Parenthood
The film shows how super dads deal with work stress and children’s problems. In this film, the father trains his children and even dresses up as a cowboy to teach them life lessons.

10. The Champion
Released in 1979, this shows a ragtag father-son team working to achieve their goals.

11. Air Force One
Hijackers capture the wife and daughter of Harrison Ford, who plays the US president. How does he save them? Find out by watching this movie with your dad on Father’s Day.

12. Cheaper by the Dozen
Watch how a father of 12 takes care of them when his wife goes out of town.

13. Coming 2 America
King Akeem travels to the United States in search of his long-lost son.

14. Daddy’s Daycare
look Eddie Murphy as he embarks on the difficult quest of raising children in this gripping film.

15. Dad Day Camp
A 2007 American comedy, Daddy Day Camb is an entertaining film that provides both children and adults with a fun experience.

16. Right and order
Law and Order is always a hit with dads who love watching cop shows.

17. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Available on HBO Maxin this film, Will Smith is sent to his rich uncle Phil. It shows how he has fun at the expense of his uptight cousins ​​Carlton and Hilary.

18. The Upshaws
The series portrays a working-class family patriarch who manages in life with his wife and children.

19. Fuller House
This show will remind your dad of the good old days of the 1990s.

20. Lost in Space
It shows how difficult it is for a father to fulfill his responsibilities at work and at home. It definitely makes for an intriguing TV family drama.

You can watch any of them on Father’s Day 2022 and make your dad overwhelmed!

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Map shows UK ‘ghost towns’ where wealthy homeowners bought most second homes https://puroveinte.com/map-shows-uk-ghost-towns-where-wealthy-homeowners-bought-most-second-homes/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 12:26:30 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/map-shows-uk-ghost-towns-where-wealthy-homeowners-bought-most-second-homes/ Holiday home owners are accused of price fixing locals who are unable to buy or rent properties in the area they grew up in as prices soar A warning on a wall in Cornwall shows the level of unease about second homes ( Image: Jory Mundy/SWNS) The top 20 UK coastal areas turning into ghost […]]]>

Holiday home owners are accused of price fixing locals who are unable to buy or rent properties in the area they grew up in as prices soar

A warning on a wall in Cornwall shows the level of unease about second homes

The top 20 UK coastal areas turning into ghost towns have been revealed in a new map showing where the most second homes are.

Locals say wealthy landlords are imposing prices on people who can’t buy or rent properties in the area where they grew up.

Salcombe in Devon is in first place, followed by Falmouth in Cornwall in second and North Berwick in Scotland in third.

Cornwall’s St Ives, Newquay, Padstow and Bude are all included on the list, respected by Rightmove.

Rising property prices in Cornwall have angered locals who are unable to access the property ladder and some have even started targeting what they believe to be empty properties with graffiti.

A wall in the village of St Agnes bore the message: “Secondary home owners give something back:

“Rent or sell your empty houses to locals at a fair price.”

Jasmin Or, 24, grew up in beauty spot St Ives where she says everything has been turned into a holiday home, leaving tenants with little choice.

Cornwall Council said there was “an imbalance between supply and demand” the county had never seen before, with landlords and businesses acquiring properties and converting them into summer homes.







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Jasmin says she is struggling to find a new place to rent when her lease expires on May 10 and said “there are no more houses”.

The hotel worker has exhausted rental agents and spare room sites, and fears that in three weeks she will be sleeping rough.

She told the Mirror: “I wonder if this place will look as good to me when I’m sleeping on a bench in three weeks.

“Everything has been turned into second homes now and that’s the problem.

“These are all Air BnBs and a lot of locals have been kicked out of their homes to spend the summer.”

St Ives MP Derek Thomas said in December around 100 families were vying for every three-bedroom house available in parts of Cornwall.







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The housing problem accelerated during the pandemic when “staycations” exploded.

In Whitby, Yorkshire, which is ninth on the list, frustrated people have voted to try and drive out second home owners – as they drive up house prices.

A local referendum saw Whitby residents vote overwhelmingly to ban the sale of new homes and land to people who would not live there full time.

Residents of the North Yorkshire town say the wealthy south makes it unaffordable and the sense of community is shattered.

Nearly 20% of homes are second homes or vacation rentals, more than double the proportion 20 years ago.

House prices have ballooned to an average of £254,218 over the past year as locals say they are overpriced.







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The average salary in the city is £18,900.

This means that young people growing up in Whitby have been forced to relocate as property prices have risen by 20% in just one year.

Monday’s poll, which was called following a town meeting last month, reflects growing anger at homes that sit empty for much of the year.

However, Scarborough Council said the result is ‘no more and no less than an expression of the views of the electorate in the parish who voted on the ballot, and is not binding on any organisation’.

Whitby Community Network said the results “clearly demonstrate the strength of sentiment in the local community”.

He said in a statement: “We hope our elected councilors will take notice and act.”

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Report Shows Decline, Racial Divide Among DC Officers Using Force https://puroveinte.com/report-shows-decline-racial-divide-among-dc-officers-using-force/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 12:24:05 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/report-shows-decline-racial-divide-among-dc-officers-using-force/ DC Police Department officers used force fewer times in 2021, but there was a strong racial divide among the subjects involved, according to a new report. DC Police Department officers used force fewer times in 2021, but there was a strong racial divide among the subjects involved, according to a new report. The report from […]]]>

DC Police Department officers used force fewer times in 2021, but there was a strong racial divide among the subjects involved, according to a new report.

DC Police Department officers used force fewer times in 2021, but there was a strong racial divide among the subjects involved, according to a new report.

The report from the district’s Independent Police Complaints Board showed 1,042 officers used force last year, a 5% decrease from 2020.



“Members of the black community accounted for 92% of the total number of subjects the MPD reported using force against in 2021,” according to the report. “Members of the white community represented 4% of the total number of subjects in 2021 and members of the Hispanic community represented 4%.”

Tactical takedowns and takeovers were the most common types of force, accounting for 63% of cases.

Firearms pointed at subjects accounted for 22% of cases and 9% of cases involved officers using pepper spray.

According to the report, “24% of the use of force involved subjects who were allegedly armed with some type of weapon” and “17% of the use of force involved subjects who were allegedly armed with a firearm. “.

The subjects in 30% of the incidents were reportedly under the influence of alcohol or drugs or showed signs of mental illness.

Police officers fired their weapons at subjects in 20 use of force cases, resulting in the deaths of five people.

One of the shootings took place in the First District, one in the Second District, three in the Third District, five in the Fourth District, three in the Fifth District, three in the Sixth District, three in the Seventh District, and one in Virginia.

“The goal of producing a report of this magnitude continues to be transparency and to build public confidence in the MPD,” said Michael Tobin, executive director of the Police Complaints Bureau.

“We also want to make sure the community understands all aspects of the police department’s use of force and not just the ones they hear about.”

Similar to 2020, the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Districts reported the highest number of use-of-force incidents in 2021, which together accounted for 59% of all use-of-force cases.

These include the northeast, southeast, and southwest areas of the city, as well as areas east of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers.

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Recent poll shows certain conspiracy theories are popular among Canadians – Canada News https://puroveinte.com/recent-poll-shows-certain-conspiracy-theories-are-popular-among-canadians-canada-news/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/recent-poll-shows-certain-conspiracy-theories-are-popular-among-canadians-canada-news/ popular conspiracy theories Photo: The Canadian Press Bill Gates A recent poll revealed that a high percentage of Canadians believe in a number of conspiracy theories. The Abacus Data poll, released Sunday, polled 1,500 Canadians between May 20 and May 24 and found that 44% of respondents believe that “big events like wars, recessions and […]]]>

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A recent poll revealed that a high percentage of Canadians believe in a number of conspiracy theories.

The Abacus Data poll, released Sunday, polled 1,500 Canadians between May 20 and May 24 and found that 44% of respondents believe that “big events like wars, recessions and election results are controlled by small groups of people working in secret against us. ”

The poll also found that 37% of respondents believe “there is a group of people in this country who are trying to replace native-born Canadians with immigrants who agree with their political views”, while 13% said they believe it is definitely or probably true that Microsoft founder Bill Gates uses “microchips to track and affect human behavior.”

The survey also found that belief in these theories is highest among People’s Party of Canada supporters, those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine, and those who believe the media and official government accounts on events are not trustworthy.

“Perhaps the most disconcerting thing about these numbers is the fact that distrust of institutional accounts is not just neutral skepticism – it is often accompanied by a willingness to believe dangerous contrary theories. “, write the authors of the report Bruce Anderson and David Coletto.

“It threatens to undermine the ability of political parties, businesses, civil society groups and governments to help build consensus and move forward together.”

Abacus indicates a margin of error of +/- 2.53%, 19 times out of 20. The data was weighted according to census data to ensure that the sample corresponded to the population of Canada by age , gender, education level and region.

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