Inclusion

Shared from Microsoft’s reward page. 5 points were awarded for viewing, and a wonderful message. When everyone’s included, we all thrive | Microsoft In Culture Meet the visionaries who think big, take risks, and take on challenges—from the everyday to the epic—sparking meaningful change for a more inclusive world. https://www.microsoft.com/inculture/social-good/inclusion/?ocid=AID3025797_QSG_490773 Sent from Mail for WindowsContinue reading “Inclusion”

2020 Presidential Election Litigation

It is just interesting how Twitter would throw its hat into the political arena (leaning toward either party). I’m probably a little biased, myself, because I’ve always supported President Trump; however, I look at the information objectively, and come to my own conclusions/opinions. Listening to the Democrat establishment for the last 4 years, and followingContinue reading “2020 Presidential Election Litigation”

Presidential Campaign – Legal Battle 2020

Wow. This is a must see show. Including for people from other countries who visit this site. This interview seems to blow things wide open. I got goose bumps listening to Sydney Powell. President Donald Trump’s team is hitting hard. It is a shot in the arm, and gives hope to President Trump supporters. BasedContinue reading “Presidential Campaign – Legal Battle 2020”

New Judicial Watch Study Finds 353 U.S. Counties in 29 States with Voter Registration Rates Exceeding 100% | Judicial Watch

This can’t be good. New Judicial Watch Study Finds 353 U.S. Counties in 29 States with Voter Registration Rates Exceeding 100% | Judicial Watch 1.8 Million ‘Extra’ Registered Voters (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that a September 2020 study revealed that 353 U.S. counties had 1.8 million more registered voters than eligible voting-ageContinue reading “New Judicial Watch Study Finds 353 U.S. Counties in 29 States with Voter Registration Rates Exceeding 100% | Judicial Watch”

Thoughts on Hurricanes – Based on Health and Human Services tweet

Thought provoking responses: Replying to @HHSGov : That is disgusting. Another example of our failure to evolve; using our knowledge, engineering, and technology to keep up with the times. People describe the aftermath of a hurricane as “devastation,” yet there seems to be no motivation. No breakthroughs in science are needed. Replying to @HHSGov :Continue reading “Thoughts on Hurricanes – Based on Health and Human Services tweet”