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Sunday Night time Owls: Excerpts from the March subject of Harper & # 39; s Index. (And a vaccine ballot)

Prison mortality has risen sharply over the past decade, with many inmates dying while waiting to be tried.

Night Owls is an open thread that appears seven days a week on Daily Kos.

Selected excerpts from the March issue of Harper & # 39; s Index (not yet online):

Percentage increase over the past year using the term "technical difficulty" on company profit views: 310
Using the phrase "you are muted": 1,000
From the phrase "unprecedented times": 70,830
Estimated proportion of countries that will be poorer in 2100 than without climate change: ¾
Expected percentage change in median income by 2100 in the poorest 20 percent of countries: -75
In the richest 20 percent of countries: 0
Percentage of parents between the ages of 27 and 45 who have "a negative vision for the future": 92
Who regrets having children: 6th
Percentage increase in death rate in major U.S. prisons over the past decade: 35
Part of the inmates who died during this time and were waiting for the trial: 2/3
Estimated percentage increase in the number of deaths in the US over the past year: 15th
Year the United States last saw such a big surge: 1918
Percentage of Americans who believe 2021 will be better for them personally than 2020: 44
Who believes that 2021 will be better for the world: 37

THREE OTHER ARTICLES THAT WOULD READ

Unity over non-partisanship, by Tom Perriello. Real bipartisanism is largely an illusion. To deliver for Americans, Democrats need unity.

Lindsey Graham predicts Kamala Harris' impeachment if GOP retakes the house, by Justin Baragona. The South Carolina Senator also said the Republican Party must fully embrace Trump and make him the face of the party if they are to win in the future.

The environmental threat you've never heard of, by Doug Johnson. It's known as shoreline darkening, and scientists are just beginning to research its growth Threat to all types of marine life.

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That day at Daily Kos in 2012– Orrin Hatch claims abortion is 95 percent of what planned parenting does:

Sen. Orrin Hatch is an old-school hardcore conservative. For much of recent history he was considered a conservative representative of the Senate. However, that's not good enough for modern conservatism, which assumes that it is so utterly regressive that Ronald Reagan looks like a communist by comparison, a traitor to the cause.

What statements like this could explain from Hatch::

Look, we all know Planned Parenthood has 400,000 abortions a year or more and this is still supported by the federal government. They claim money isn't, um, they don't use federal funds. Well, as I understand it, 95 percent of everything they do is abortion.

Oh! In the Senate's playbook we call this "Pulling a Kyl". Last year Senator Jon Kyl stated in the Senate that abortion was "well over 90 percent of what planned parenting does." It was a claim so blatantly and deeply false that his office could do nothing but issue a now famous press statement that his claim "was not meant to be a factual statement". Then, after becoming a national ridicule (well, more anyway), Kyl "revised" his remarks in the Congressional report to erase the claim you can make if you are a Senator and the Senators believe they are Tissue of spacetime changes so that this thing has never happened before.

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