The Daily Populous

Sunday April 4th, 2021 evening edition

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But the 2020 election also laid bare the extent to which Republicans will go to defy democracy.

On January 6, a deadly mob of insurrectionists, buoyed by lies and encouraged by Trump, invaded the U.S. Capitol, threatening to kill legislators and briefly shutting down the election’s official certification.

It includes measures such as automatic registration for eligible voters, banning voter identification requirements, and curtailing the practice of partisan gerrymandering.

It also includes provisions aimed at preventing special interest groups from influencing elections.

Which means it is terrifying to the billionaires who have long used their fortunes to rig American democracy.

The most effective message on behalf of the bill, McKenzie notes, is that it “stops billionaires from buying elections.”

What they want -- to abuse the Gettysburg address -- is a government of the billionaires, by the billionaires, and for the billionaires. »

Asian Woman Stabbing Death in Riverside Deemed as ‘Random' Attack by Police

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Meng was rushed to Riverside Community Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 8:39 a.m., the coroner said.

The woman was stabbed in her abdominal area, said Riverside police Officer Ryan Railsback.

“Shortly after, our dispatch center began receiving calls from neighbors reporting a transient woman walking through their yards and appearing suspicious,” Railsback said. »

Mark Zuckerberg's phone number appeared among the leaked data of Facebook users, according to a researcher

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The cell-phone number of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is among the personal information leaked online in a low-level hacking forum, according to a researcher.

Data including his name, location, marriage details, birth date, and Facebook user ID was exposed, according to The Sun.

In that incident, personal data from over 87 million Facebook users was improperly obtained by the political data-analytics firm. »

The Walt Disney Family Museum

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A truck would come by around midnight, pick up the drawings, and take them to the Studio Machine Shop in Burbank.

The engineers working overnight created the parts based on the sketches, and have them redelivered to Gurr and Deller the next morning.

Walt Disney approached the train, along with Vice President Richard Nixon, Nixon’s daughters Julie and Tricia, Art Linkletter, Disneyland Security, and of course, the Secret Service. »

India Demands Rich Nations Like The U.S. Clean Up Their Climate Mess, Signaling A Shift

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Broadcasting into Wednesday’s International Energy Agency-United Nations conference on reaching net-zero emissions, Indian energy minister Raj Kumar Singh rebuked developed countries for using up 80% of the world’s carbon budget.

But to date no high-ranking officials have demanded those rich countries clean up the carbon they spewed unchecked for over a century.

Hindustan Times via Getty Images Indian energy minister Raj Kumar Singh speaks in Patna, India. »