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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): 2016 elections and mental health Google News: Election officials prepare for new Russian interference battle | TheHill The Hill
The Brooklyn Bridge: New York Daily News: Longest-ever music performance sees rare chord change in 639-year organ piece
1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: AP Explains: US Debt Will Soon Exceed Size of Entire Economy
News 12 Home: BLM protesters call on attorney general to open investigation after car plows into them in Times Square
Donald Trump: Multiple Boats Sink During Trump Boat Parade On Texas Lake
New York Daily News: Denver, experiencing 100-degree weather, has snow forecast for Tuesday
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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: WHO: Mass COVID Vaccinations Unlikely Before Middle of 2021
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mikenov on Twitter: Crossfire Hurricane Investigation: It was just a GAS! Google Search google.com/search?q=Cross Crossfire Hurricane review: tale of Trump and the FBI is a gas www.theguardian.com Sep 21 2019 Campbell worked for James Comey indictment of the mob boss in the White House. pic.twitter.com/KfvS4URuAG
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Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Defense One All Content: Herd Immunity Is Not a Strategy
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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: Search Continues for Possible Beirut Blast Survivor
New York Daily News: Record 52% of young adults living with parents amid pandemic, report finds
realDonaldTrump on Twitter: You work so hard for the military, from completely rebuilding a depleted mess that was left by OBiden, to fixing a broken V.A. and fighting for large scale military pay raises, and then a slimeball reporter, maybe working with disgruntled people, makes up such a horrible charge..
realDonaldTrump on Twitter: .This reminds me of the Dirty Dossier, which was pushed hard by John McCain, & then with a thud turned out to be a total fraud. So many other scams also. The Radical Far Left is VICIOUS, they will do or say anything to win. But they wont, we will WIN, & have four great years!
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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): 2016 elections and mental health Google News: Election officials prepare for new Russian interference battle | TheHill The Hill
 

Election officials prepare for new Russian interference battle | TheHill  The Hill

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The Brooklyn Bridge: New York Daily News: Longest-ever music performance sees rare chord change in 639-year organ piece
 

This is the song that never ends, yes it goes on and on my friend

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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: AP Explains: US Debt Will Soon Exceed Size of Entire Economy
 

The U.S. government’s war against the coronavirus is imposing the heaviest strain on the Treasury since America’s drive to defeat Nazi Germany and imperial Japan three-quarters of a century ago.

The Congressional Budget Office has warned that the government this year will run the largest budget deficit, as a share of the economy, since 1945, when World War II ended. Next year, the federal debt the sum of year-after-year annual deficits is forecast to exceed the size of the entire American economy for the first time since 1946. Within a few years, it’s on track to set a new high.

Most economists consider the money well-spent, or at least necessary. Few think it’s wise to quibble with the amount of borrowing deemed necessary to sustain American households and businesses through the gravest public health crisis in more than 100 years. That’s especially true, economists say, when the government’s borrowing costs are very low and investors still seem eager to buy its debt as fast as the Treasury issues it.

Here’s a closer look at the federal debt and the government’s use of it to combat the pandemic and the economic pain it’s inflicted.

Just how much money are we talking about?

The annual deficit the gap between what the government spends and what it collects in taxes will hit $3.3 trillion in the budget year that ends September 30, the CBO projects. That amounts to 16% of America’s gross domestic product, which is the broadest measure of economic output. Not in 75 years has a deficit been that wide.

The federal debt, reflecting the accumulated deficits and the occasional surplus, is forecast to reach 100% of GDP next year. Then it is predicted to keep climbing to $24.5 trillion 107% of GDP in 2023. That would snap the record of 106% of GDP set in 1946. (The percentage does not include debts that the government agencies owe one another, including the Social Security trust fund.)

Why is the budget so lopsided?

The U.S. government was already deeply in debt even before the virus struck in March. The budget had absorbed the expenses of the 2007-09 Great Recession, the federal benefits for the retirements of the vast baby boom generation and the cost of President Donald Trump’s 2017 tax cut. Last year, the debt burden reached 79% of GDP, the highest share since 1948.

Then came the pandemic. The economy tumbled into a sickening free fall as businesses shut down and millions of Americans hunkered down at home to avoid infection. GDP collapsed at a 31.7% annual rate from April through June, the worst three months on records dating to 1947. In March and April combined, employers slashed a record 22 million jobs.

U.S. President Donald Trump signs executive orders for economic relief during a news conference amid the spread of the

 

FILE – U.S. President Donald Trump signs executive measures for economic relief during a news conference amid the spread of the coronavirus disease, at his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J., Aug. 8, 2020.

To help Americans to endure the crisis, Congress passed a $2 trillion relief bill in March. Among other things, the package sent Americans one-time checks of up to $1,200 and temporarily offered the unemployed $600 a week on top of their state jobless benefits.

Economists say that the rescue probably helped keep the economy from sinking into a depression but also that much more assistance is needed.

Can the U.S. repay all that money?

After World War II, the United States paid down the federal debt with surprising speed. By 1961, the debt had dropped to 44% of GDP, the same level as in the prewar year of 1940.

Behind that success was a fast-growing economy that delivered rising revenue to the government and erased the debt. From 1947 through 1961 the economy grew at a 3.3% annual rate. The financial system was tightly regulated by the government. This allowed policymakers to keep interest rates artificially low and minimize the cost of repaying the debt.

Circumstances are somewhat different now. The economy doesn’t grow as fast as it did in the postwar boom years. Since 2010, GDP growth has averaged 2.3%, even excluding this year’s economic implosion. And the government doesn’t control interest rates as it used to, not after the financial deregulation of the 1980s.

Still, the Federal Reserve is helping keep government borrowing rates ultra-low by buying up huge volumes of Treasury debt.

Does the debt carry economic consequences?

Economists have long warned that too much government borrowing risks hobbling the economy. When the government takes on excessive debt, the argument goes, it competes with businesses and consumers for loans, thereby forcing borrowing rates prohibitively high and imperiling growth.

Another concern is that investors will demand ever-higher interest rates for accepting the risk that governments could default on their debts.

Some economists and budget watchers still warn that a day of reckoning will come and that the United States will have to curb spending, raise taxes or both.

But after the Great Recession, many economists began to rethink their view of debt. The recovery in the United States and especially in Europe was sluggish in part because policymakers were too reluctant to stimulate growth with debt.

In the United States, rates didn’t rise even though government debts were high. Investors, it turned out, had a near-insatiable appetite for U.S. Treasurys, still considered the world’s safest investment. Their rush to buy federal debt helped keep rates low and limited the government’s borrowing costs. So did persistently low inflation.

In such a low-rate, low-inflation environment, the risk of piling on more debt seems more manageable, at least for countries like the United States and Japan that borrow in their own currencies.

In a speech last year, Olivier Blanchard, a former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, declared:

“Put bluntly, public debt may have no fiscal cost. … The probability that the U.S. government can do a debt rollover, that it can issue debt and achieve a decreasing debt-to-GDP ratio without ever having to raise taxes later, is high.”

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News 12 Home: BLM protesters call on attorney general to open investigation after car plows into them in Times Square
 

Black Lives Matter protesters say they are calling for justice after a car with supporters of President Donald Trump plowed into their peaceful rally in Times Square last week.

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Donald Trump: Multiple Boats Sink During Trump Boat Parade On Texas Lake
 

Calls poured into the Travis County Sheriff’s Office describing boats in varying states of distress.

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New York Daily News: Denver, experiencing 100-degree weather, has snow forecast for Tuesday
 

Denver must be high.

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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: WHO: Mass COVID Vaccinations Unlikely Before Middle of 2021
 

The World Health Organization says it is unlikely a safe, effective vaccine
against COVID-19 will be available for widespread use before the middle of next year.

Urging people to lower their expectations, health officials say the development of a safe, efficacious vaccine takes time and cannot be rushed.  As it is, the WHO reports remarkable progress is being made toward this end. It notes at least six to nine candidate vaccines have begun Phase 3 clinical trials.

WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris says many thousands of people participate in these carefully crafted trials. She says a vaccine must be proven to be safe and seen to provide protection against the coronavirus in at least 50% of subjects before it can be approved for public use.

Harris says the safety of the vaccine has to be monitored at all stages of the research, making this a lengthy process.

The good news is the manufacturers are already putting bets on which one is likely to be the vaccine.  And, they are all working on how they can scale-up production of vaccines, once we know which ones are the ones we will roll out. But, in terms of realistic timelines, we are really not expecting to see widespread vaccination until the middle of next year, she said.

A poster is displayed in the entrance way looking for volunteers as the world's biggest study of a possible COVID-19 vaccine,

 

FILE – A poster advertises a hunt for volunteers for a study of a possible COVID-19 vaccine, in Binghamton, New York, July 27, 2020.

Harris told VOA that the WHO does not tell governments when a vaccine should be made available for emergency or general use. She said that is a decision for countries to make for themselves.  However, she cautioned against raising false hopes about the prospect of an imminent vaccine that would vanquish the pandemic.

What we have been saying over and over is nobody should be sitting there waiting for the magic bullet. You know, thinking that the vaccine is going to solve all this or that there will be a wonder drug. What we have to do now is do the things we know suppress this virus. And those are the basicsthe hand-washing, the social distancing that we are doing, the mask-wearing,” she said.

According to Harris, the WHO believes all nations must work together in the search for a vaccine. She said sharing and comparing data is important and will result in a vaccine that protects everybody.

Harris called this a global public good. She said a vaccine not only is essential but must be provided in all parts of the world, adding that unless everybody is protected, nobody is protected.

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Владимир Путин поздравил москвичей с Днём города #Москва873 bit.ly/3lRN3Y5 pic.twitter.com/7fWELoueen



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mikenov on Twitter: RT @DailyMail: Trump says hes not seen any proof of tragic Alexei Navalny poisoning trib.al/6dNLxE0
 

Trump says he’s not seen any proof of ‘tragic’ Alexei Navalny poisoning trib.al/6dNLxE0


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Crossfire Hurricane review: tale of Trump and the FBI is a gas …www.theguardian.com
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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): FOX News: The national debt is astronomical: Look to the cosmos to put it in perspective
 

Coronavirus is the culprit.

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BBC News World: Niger mass graves: Army accused of executing over 70 civilians
 

Niger’s human rights commission has said the killings happened during counterinsurgency operations.

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Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Defense One All Content: Herd Immunity Is Not a Strategy
 

What the term actually means, and what it doesnt.

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8:07 AM 9/5/2020 Crossfire Hurricane Investigation: It was just a GAS! | FBI is dead. The new Service is needed (they are always needed), with the completely different outlooks and mentality than in these present days Pinkertons but without their skills, acumen, and efficiency.

8:07 AM 9/5/2020 – Crossfire Hurricane Investigation: It was just a GAS! And on top of it all, at the pinnacle of this heap of perfidy and treachery, sat a president who had lied to the public, cozied up to Russia, and, once he became aware of them, attempted to block our investigation at every … Continue reading“8:07 AM 9/5/2020 – Crossfire Hurricane Investigation: It was just a GAS! | FBI is dead. The new Service is needed (they are always needed), with the completely different outlooks and mentality than in these present days Pinkertons but without their skills, acumen, and efficiency.”
mikenov on Twitter: RT @Reuters: British newspapers distribution hit by Extinction Rebellion blockade reut.rs/3jQ9zyY pic.twitter.com/ZfyTr5kzDn
 

British newspapers distribution hit by Extinction Rebellion blockade reut.rs/3jQ9zyY pic.twitter.com/ZfyTr5kzDn



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Ex-@UN worker accused of drugging and assaulting women in Iraq middleeastmonitor.com/20200904-ex-un


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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America English: Search Continues for Possible Beirut Blast Survivor
 

Rescue teams in Lebanon continued their search on Saturday for a possible survivor under the rubble of a building that collapsed in the deadly blast last month at the Port of Beirut.

Search operations restarted Thursday afternoon, after a sniffer dog with a Chilean search and rescue team detected a pulse signal one day earlier, as they were going through the neighborhood of Gemmayzeh.

High tech sensors confirmed a likely heartbeat a month after the massive August 4 blast killed at least 191 people, wounded thousands, and traumatized the country. Despite removing piles of rubble, the teams have not found the source of the sensor reading.

“Search operations have been going on since the day before yesterday (Thursday,) but the chances are very low,” the civil defense agency’s operations director, George Abou Moussa, told AFP.

Lebanon does not possess the tools and expertise to carry out advanced search and rescue operations, but officials have been supported by experts from the United States, Chile, and France.

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New York Daily News: Record 52% of young adults living with parents amid pandemic, report finds
 

Hope theyve got good WiFi.

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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: You work so hard for the military, from completely rebuilding a depleted mess that was left by OBiden, to fixing a broken V.A. and fighting for large scale military pay raises, and then a slimeball reporter, maybe working with disgruntled people, makes up such a horrible charge..
 

You work so hard for the military, from completely rebuilding a depleted mess that was left by OBiden, to fixing a broken V.A. and fighting for large scale military pay raises, and then a slimeball reporter, maybe working with disgruntled people, makes up such a horrible charge..


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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: .This reminds me of the Dirty Dossier, which was pushed hard by John McCain, & then with a thud turned out to be a total fraud. So many other scams also. The Radical Far Left is VICIOUS, they will do or say anything to win. But they wont, we will WIN, & have four great years!

….This reminds me of the Dirty Dossier, which was pushed hard by John McCain, & then with a thud turned out to be a total fraud. So many other scams also. The Radical Far Left is VICIOUS, they will do or say anything to win. But they wont, we will WIN, & have four great … Continue reading“realDonaldTrump on Twitter: ….This reminds me of the Dirty Dossier, which was pushed hard by John McCain, & then with a thud turned out to be a total fraud. So many other scams also. The Radical Far Left is VICIOUS, they will do or say anything to win. But they wont, we will WIN, & have four great years!”
realDonaldTrump on Twitter: RT @ColumbiaBugle: @realDonaldTrump @BreitbartNews Sorry liberals! How to be Anti-White 101 is permanently cancelled! https://t.co/mqSzy32K
 

@realDonaldTrump @BreitbartNews Sorry liberals! How to be Anti-White 101 is permanently cancelled! pic.twitter.com/mqSzy32KP6



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realDonaldTrump on Twitter: RT @realchrisrufo: On Tuesday, I called on the President to abolish critical race theory in the federal government. Tonight, he delivered.
 

On Tuesday, I called on the President to abolish critical race theory in the federal government. Tonight, he delivered.

This executive action is the first successful counterattack against critical race theory in American history.

Tonight, we celebrate; tomorrow, back to war. twitter.com/RussVought45/s

The days of taxpayer funded indoctrination trainings that sow division and racism are over. Under the direction of @POTUS we are directing agencies to halt critical race theory trainings immediately.

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