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first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionThere seems to be general outrage, particularly among my liberal friends, about the provocative, outrageous, racist, sexist and otherwise insulting tweets and other statements made by the president of this great republic and by his spokespersons on his behalf.I suggest that his messaging is much better understood if one considers the question of how each message is received by his supporters in Alabama and in all the other states who voted for him.It’s my sense that generally they are wholeheartedly supportive of his various stances and that to this extent he, or his handlers, are doing a masterly job of keeping his base in his thrall.Whether his views are appropriate for a democracy, whether they are respectful of the population at large or becoming of his office, is sadly, of no concern to him.Michael R.F. BishopSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady department heads: Budget cutbacks would further stress already-stretched departmentsTroopers: Schenectady pair possessed heroin, crack cocaine in Orange County Thruway stopSchenectady police reform sessions pivot to onlineSchenectady, Saratoga casinos say reopening has gone well; revenue down 30%Schenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crashlast_img read more

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first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Leonard Muller’s April 22 letter to the editor included a quote attributed to Adolph Hitler suggesting that gun registration led to the rise of the Nazis and World War II. An internet search reveals that there’s no factual basis to the quote. Although commonly repeated, it’s an urban legend, bogus, fake. The whole argument, again often repeated, that gun control somehow aided Nazi Germany in its atrocities has been repeatedly debunked by Politifact and Snopes. The gun supporters need to find better quotes to prop up their Minuteman fantasies that somehow they are the only thing standing between us and tyranny. I don’t buy it. The Canadians, British, Australians and Europeans don’t buy it, either, yet they seem to enjoy as much freedom as Americans and are much safer in the bargain.Coincidentally, about the time the April 22 Gazette was loaded into the delivery trucks, four people were murdered in a Nashville Waffle House by a nut with an AR-15. How did he get an AR-15?  His father allegedly gave it back to him after the police had taken it away because he was a nut. Exactly how does that protect our freedom? Are we reduced to having to arm ourselves to get breakfast and hope we aren’t shot down before we can get off a few rounds?  Are the dead of Aurora and Las Vegas and Orlando and Sandy Hook and Sutherland Springs and Parkland and on and on just collateral damage to those who insist on unfettered gun ownership? Is this any way for a strong and free people to live?I grew up as a country boy surrounded by guns and was a pretty good shot in my day. I understand exactly what guns can do and why people like them. But even I can see we have descended into madness. Enough.James E. PickettNiskayunaMore from The Daily Gazette:Niskayuna girls’ cross country wins over BethlehemPuccioni’s two goals help Niskayuna boys’ soccer top Shaker, remain perfectEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?last_img read more

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first_imgVietnam’s domestic pork supplies could fall by 20 to 35 percent this year as a consequence of African swine fever (ASF), Vietnam News Agency cited the country’s Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development as reporting on Friday.Two scenarios have been presented to assess the impacts of the fever on domestic pork supplies and discuss solutions to ensure sustainable breeding. Accordingly, the domestic pork supply will decrease from 3.9 million tons per year to 3.15 million tons in the first scenario and 2.55 million tons in the second scenario.The average price for live pigs without ASF stands at 46,000 Vietnamese dong (US$2) per kg. The epidemic can raise that by 22 percent and 45.5 percent respectively. The country will have to import 7,100 tons of pork in the first scenario and 8,900 tons in the second scenario to compensate for the domestic shortage, according to the institute. Priority should be given to assisting localities and enterprises in building disease-free chains and zones, supporting small-scale animal husbandry households to switch their agricultural production to other industries, and developing safe and hygienic poultry and cattle breeding to ensure domestic meat supply, the news agency cited the institute in the report.ASF started in Vietnam last February and spread to all 63 provinces and cities, leading to the culling of more than 5.9 million pigs, accounting for about 9 percent of the country’s total herds, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.Topics :last_img read more

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first_imgBut there will still be no mass and attendance at funerals will be limited to 15 people.Conte and Health Minister Roberto Speranza agreed with a scientific committee conclusion that “the elderly in the parish are too frail to risk”, La Repubblica daily wrote.The bishops are livid.”We cannot accept to see the freedom of worship compromised,” the Italian Episcopal Conference of the country’s top bishops said in a statement.”Why on earth, with proper precautions, can you go to a museum but not to mass?” But the number of infections has been ebbing and scientists believe the contagion rate is low enough to gradually get back to work.Conte has allowed Italians to take strolls in parks and go jogging starting next Monday.More stores will reopen and restaurants will resume takeout service.Even museums will unlock their gates on May 18 in an effort to draw back tourists and help out Italy’s devastated hotel and services industry. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte came under attack on Monday from Italy’s Catholic bishops and even some of his own cabinet members for refusing to reintroduce mass once the coronavirus lockdown is lifted.Conte has unveiled a gradual easing of restrictions that will restore some semblance of former life starting on May 4.The Mediterranean country’s official death toll of 26,664 is Europe’s highest and second globally only to the United States. Topics : Powerful enemies The Corriere della Sera newspaper said the bishops had been lobbying Conte to allow Sunday mass services that would be limited to about 20 people.They also urged up to 15 people to permitted to attend weddings and baptisms — currently also restricted to just the pastor and immediate family members.But Conte only allowed broader access to funerals and promised to look into how other religious curbs can be relaxed in the coming weeks.”I understand that freedom of worship is a fundamental people’s right,” Conte told the nation on Sunday.”I understand your suffering. But we must continue discussing this further with the scientific committee.”Italy’s Family Minister Elena Bonetti called Conte’s decision “incomprehensible”.”It is up to politicians to protect the country’s wellbeing, and religious freedom is among our fundamental rights,” the minister said.La Repubblica daily warned that Conte was developing powerful enemies at a critical juncture.Italy’s competing political forces had appeared to put aside their squabbles as the nation entered what was widely regarded as its gravest emergency since World War II.But Conte has been coming under growing criticism and pressure from regional leaders and political opponents as he decides which industries to open up first.”This is the [bishops’] first open conflict with the prime minister,” La Repubblica noted.”There is a battle being waged over everything.”last_img read more

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first_img“They are now at home, their state is satisfactory,” the spokesman added.The head of the hospital’s maternity unit, Hassan Tagaiev, was quoted by local television as saying that 17 of 35 women who were about to give birth there had tested positive for COVID-19.Beslan was the site of a hostage crisis in 2004 that left 300 civilians dead, including 186 children, after Islamist gunmen seized a school and security forces launched an assault.Russia currently reports more than 280,000 cases of the coronavirus, placing it second worldwide behind the United States for infections. Topics : A baby was born with the coronavirus in Russia’s Caucasus region, health officials were quoted by TASS news agency as saying on Sunday, to a mother who is also infected.The birth in the North Ossetia city of Beslan follows one in mid-April in Peru, which health officials there said was the second known case of a COVID-19 positive newborn worldwide.In North Ossetia, “a pregnant woman was infected by the coronavirus, and her baby was born infected”, a regional health ministry spokesman was quoted by the state agency TASS as saying.center_img It also says that 2,631 people have died, a number that critics have called into question. last_img read more