Last night, the School District of Palm Beach County reassured concerned county parents that nothing has changed to their decision to have masks optional for students in this upcoming school season. Palm Beach County schools commence operations on August 10,… Read More ›
UPDATE: The Palm Beach County School Board decided on Thursday, May 20, 2021 to make facial masks for students and staff optional through the rest of the school year. Last night, May 19, 2021, the Palm Beach County School Board… Read More ›
The Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County (LP Palm Beach) is encouraging the Board of Palm Beach County Commissioners to end the county’s mandate on forcing residents and tourists to wear masks in public. The mandate was imposed last year… Read More ›
On November 18, 2020, another large study has been published showing the ineffectiveness of wearing masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19. While the study showed no statistical benefit to their effectiveness, researchers in the 6,000 person randomized study… Read More ›
According to the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard, the world of 7.8 humans has seen 1 million people die of COVID-19. Said another way, COVID-19 has killed .00012 of the world population. Whereas the world’s largest killer is Ischaemic heart disease… Read More ›
The Cinemark Palace 20 and XD in Boca Raton and the Cinemark Boynton Beach 14 and XD are reopening today, September 11, 2020. Cinemark will require that face masks be worn throughout their theatres. Guests may remove masks when eating… Read More ›
Commentary: Of the three presidential candidates, who would maximize the freedoms of individuals in America?
Joe Biden and Donald Trump both support for nationalistic and protectionist policies. Much of Biden’s “Bold Vision” on his website could have been taken from Trump’s vision for America — almost verbatim when it comes to Made in America, creating millions of American jobs, etc. Both Biden and Trump have been fear-mongering during their campaigns, while Jorgensen has been promoting her ideas.
Delray Beach police will begin issuing civil citations to people who do not wear face masks in public when they cannot socially distance. For months, police have been practicing education over enforcement. Fines for the first offense is $125. The… Read More ›