I am so fed up of hearing so much about the Corona Virus right now. And the past two episodes that I've talked about it, I haven't gotten the numbers of seasonal flu deaths. I would like to go through a few of the numbers, with you, that I've dug up in regards to the seasonal flu, corona virus, and more.
Are you in management? Did you go there to pull yourself out of the immediate work load? Did you go in there to advance your future career? Are you there to only advance the company's line, or are you there to lead the people below you?
Do you have a specific news outlet you get your news from? Do you look at other news sources? Are those others outside your normal political leanings? Pew Research did a study to see who trusts what companies in the news. Pew Research: https://www.journalism.org/2020/01/24/u-s-media-polarization-and-the-2020-election-a-nation-divided/
Jim Lehrer's Rules for Journalism: https://judicial-discipline-reform.org/Follow_money/PBSJimLehrer_Journalism.pdf
My county is getting ready to try out online voting for a small election in an attempt to normalize it for bigger elections. Are there implications to this? What kind of history do we have with electronic style voting? Was there a way to properly document voting offered before?