Wednesday Threatening to be fined millions of dollars Florida Governor Ron DeSantiss, Republicans Florida the legislator adopts the bill dissolving Florida legislator.
The Mortgage Bankers Association publishes the latest results mortgage purchase application index. Experts predict that the report will generate a lot of “interest”. Ha Ha Ha Ha good !!!
Thursday The House live broadcast of the January 6 Subcommittee Hearing. Americans are given a horrific insight into how close their country became to a dictatorship under Donald Trump before they click to see which former member of Trump’s immediate circle is wearing a bald eagle. Singer in masks.
on Friday The University no MichiganMay consumer sentiment report released. Economists are optimistic that the mood is rising from “conspicuously indifferent” to “unusually unsatisfactory”.
For another week, the only thing that can deliver on the promise of change is climate.
Have a great week – I dare. And now a presentation of our features…
The joy and mockery of Monday, June 6, 2022
Note: We apologize for not notifying the Daily Kos community in advance that we changed our jeans to shorts over the weekend. Those of you who have suffered retinal burns by looking at our blind white bird legs without proper protection can file a claim with the C&J Legal Department. –Mgt.
Days to the People’s House on January 6. The hearings of the subcommittee shall begin: 3
Days to Pork Bark Heritage Festival inside Harrods, Ohio: 4
The last year, which analysts believe was as good for the summer job market for teenagers as in 2022, is expected to be: 2007
Duration of the Russian invasion Ukraine from last friday: 100 days
Number of Americans applying to sponsor Ukrainian refugees: 45,000
Number of complaints against Tesla because their cars continue to brake for no reason: 750
The number of Howard Johnson restaurants that are still open after the start of the restaurant Lake George, New York closed last week: 0
Boston is a draw with Golden State 1 game on 1
Puppy picture of the day: Monday morning be like…
IN FRONT and JEERS to the news from the rigid table. Good data on the May employment front, as announced on Friday: 390,000 new jobs were created. More good news: the official unemployment rate is still low at 3.6%. More good news: it was better than the experts did not expect. So what to do with it all? More from Bill Macbride at the calculated risk:
With the exception of leisure and hospitality, the economy has more than added all the jobs lost at the beginning of the pandemic. Leisure and hospitality won 84 thousand jobs in May…[s]o, leisure and hospitality have now added around 84% of all jobs lost in March and April 2020.
Employment in construction increased by 36 thousand and is now 40 thousand above the pre-pandemic level.
In May, the year-on-year change in employment was 6.5 million jobs. … Overall, this was another strong report.
Meanwhile, the status of Republicans in Congress remains the same as last month: barely working.
IN FRONT to see a rainbow at the end of the tunnel. Happy pride month! 30 days of parades, festivals, sticky (but appreciated) corporate collaboration and, of course, an LGBTQ-related survey. One of the longest surveys conducted Gallup, measures support for same – sex marriage. Sorry, haters inside Hater Earthbut they have some bad news for you, weird:
Seventy-one percent of Americans say they support legal same-sex marriageexceeding the previous high of 70% was recorded in 2021 by one percentage point.
When Gallup In the first survey on same-sex marriages in 1996, almost a quarter of the public (27%) were in favor of legalizing such unions. It would take another 15 years before 2011 to reach majority. Then in 2015, just a month before the US Supreme Court Obergefell v Hodges public support for legalizing gay marriage exceeded 60%, reaching 70% for the first time last year.
Slow on the reception table? Of course, God’s conservative team, which “loves your neighbor” and “do to others as you wish to be done with you,” is the inviolable rule from God’s lips to their ears, until they work out a case for them. hearing loss. They really should pray harder for one new Belton.
IN FRONT until day D. The largest landing in history, during which the American Antifa forces invaded Europe to restore representative democracy, which took place today 78 years ago. Eight years ago, President Obama flew to In France and supplied a a touching dedication the rapidly declining number of veterans who landed on that horrific but awe-inspiring day:
There was a long round of applause when the President of the United States said he was humiliated by the presence of some of these veterans at the ceremony.
“Here we are not only commemorating the victory, just as proud of this victory as we are; we are not only honoring the victims, how grateful the world is; we remember why America and our allies gave so much to survive for freedom in this time of greatest danger,” said Obama. Their story should remain “imprinted on the memory of the world of the future,” he said, describing Omaha as the “beach head of democracy”.
He said: “It was here, on these shores, that the tide of this common struggle for freedom was turned. AmericaIs his commitment to human freedom more than wave after wave when young men board these boats to free people they had never met?
Atlantic ocean is an interactive feature that displays various D-Day scenes and what they look like now with the click of a mouse or the touch of a finger. It is quite stunning. The truth is: George W. Bush is still a little confused as to why we went through all the trouble – in the end, the intelligence was accurate, the threat was real, and there was no oil. Crazy.
A SHORT BREAK OF UNDERSTANDING
CLOSE HOLIDAYS AT THE END
IN FRONT to empty the dictionary. What? Was there a National Spell Bee this year? Strange – my Chippendales striptease supplier didn’t tell me anything about it. Either well. Congratulations to Harine Logan, 14, from San Antonio, who was the last participant to stand in the 2022 Bee inside Orlando. This year was a little different:
Harrin fought face to face with Vikram Raj for 12 years in a spelling format in which contestants tested how well they could spell words in 90 seconds. Harini spelled 21 words correctly out of 26, while Vikram spelled 15 words correctly.
“I think, to be honest, so surreal, this is my fourth time Bee,” Harry said on stage, holding a trophy. “It’s such a dream, this is my fourth bee, and I’m so shocked.”
Her winning name was “moorhen”. To the question what the word means, the judges answered, “Fifty thousand dollars, child, if you write correctly.”
Today, our computers are so advanced that ignorant conservatives can receive Republican and Russian propaganda on their touch screens from websites that distort their brains and persuade them to work actively to break out of our democratic system of government. But it’s nothing compared to the bar charts you can create to make your ideas visible in the workplace. (Ha ha – take how to, Gerijs accounting with his stupid conveyor.)
Fifteen years ago, C&J: June 6, 2007
JEERS to the opposing team. The Republican presidential candidates had another debate last night, during which they could not stand for 60 seconds without blissful ignorance or deliberate deception. I know it’s going to be a shock, but … I’m still leaning towards the Democrat.
And only one more…
IN FRONT self-critics from the great outside. These words of Theodore Roosevelt were very much expressed by the left during the previous administration, and for good reason. The guy who took the office was a narcissistic cryer who dictatorially made it clear that he would not stand up to any criticism. We now have a fact-based, thoughtful, well-read, experienced, and compassionate president. And Roosevelt’s 104-year-old names apply equally to our boyfriend. As a public service, C&J publishes our annual reminder …
The president is just the most important among many civil servants.
He must be supported or opposed precisely to the extent justified by his good or bad conduct, his efficiency or ineffectiveness in rendering loyal, able, and disinterested service to the whole nation. It is therefore absolutely necessary to have complete freedom to tell the truth about one’s actions, and that means to blame him when he does wrong and to praise him when he does what is right. Any other treatment of American citizens is both degrading and slavish.
It is not only unpatriotic and servile, but also morally treacherous to American society that declaring that the president should not be criticized or that we must stand for the president, right or wrong.
Neither he nor anyone else can be told the truth. But it is even more important to tell the truth, pleasant or unpleasant, about him than about anyone else.
– Theodore Roosevelt
The Kansas City StarMay 7, 1918
And so will we.
May Monday be allowed for you. The floor is open … What are you cheering for and making fun of today?
Today’s shameless C&J review
“There is no gas inside Joy and mockery container; there is no water in the children’s pool. That’s fine!
– Linda Holmsa NPR