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NENA Wandern (LIVE bei "Inas Nacht")

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Abba Fernando Music Video

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Scorpions - Follow Your Heart (Official Lyric Video)

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Berlin Wind of Change Putin you shall be defeated!

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Putin you will be defeated!
Oligarch's Don't scare me

The Travlin' Soldier by the Dixie Chicks

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Mr. Jones Counting Crows

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Everybody Here Must Boogie oogie

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Criminal charges filed against Kansas Senate majority leader

Source: AP News

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — One of the Kansas Legislature’s most powerful lawmakers was charged Friday with driving under the influence and a felony offense for trying to elude law enforcement while speeding the wrong way on highways in Topeka.

Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop faces five criminal charges, including the felony count, the misdemeanor DUI count and a misdemeanor count of reckless driving. The Wichita Republican turned himself in at the local jail Friday evening, and his bond has been set at $5,000.

Mike Kagay, the Republican district attorney in Shawnee County, announced the charges, which stem from Suellentrop’s early-morning arrest last week on Interstate 70 just blocks east of the Statehouse.

Read more: https://apnews.com/article/kansas-wichita-arrests-topeka-driving-under-the-influence-53d21c4172c5cd87cbeaec02c0dcb882



Of course, he opposes Medicaid expansion and prison reform. A few months in prison may cure him of prison reform resistance.

Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine's racial equity problem

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-03-10/johnson-johnson-covid-vaccine-racial-equity-problem
latimes.com
Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine's racial equity problem - Los Angeles Times
Erika D. Smith

After weeks of being talked up and fawned over by public health officials, the new COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson is finally starting to make an appearance in California.

In most quarters, this has been a cause for celebration. Hundreds of thousands of doses that don’t have to be stored in freezers and can be administered in one shot instead of the two required for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines? No wonder I’ve heard several politicians call it a “game changer,” especially after so many months of supply shortages.

But in other quarters, the arrival of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been treated more as a cause for concern — yet another reminder that having doses available and actually getting them into people’s arms in an equitable way are two very different challenges to overcome.

At issue are fears about the effectiveness the newest vaccine compared with offerings from Pfizer and Moderna, and suspicions that it will be sent primarily into poor Black and Latino neighborhoods where cases of COVID-19 have been the deadliest. (Both state and federal officials have insisted that they’re taking steps to ensure the latter doesn’t happen.)

“That they are going to put Johnson & Johnson in our communities really feels like a slap in the face,” said Corey Matthews, chief operating officer of Community Coalition. “It just doesn’t feel like it is the best shot. It feels like a second-class shot.”

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