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Trumping Progress

The Legacy of RGB During the last 50 years, America has given voice to victims of unfair, unequal, and illegal discrimination including women and reproductive rights, people of color and civil rights, and LGBQT and equal rights. Trump is turning back progress with his pick for the Supreme Court. He trumping progress. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was

The Cost of Inaction

11 Deaths an Hour A Senate Report called “The Cost of Inaction – 11 Deaths An Hour – COVID-19 in Nurisng Homes” came out this week, The Report explains how Trump’s many failures to act caused numerous preventable deaths in nursing homes. Trump downplayed the severity of the virus for six weeks, comparing it to the

Risk death for minimum wage?

Risk v. Reward The Dayton Daily News reported on the problems with staffing at Ohio nursing homes. The industry suffers from high nursing home staff turnover. The pandemic has made staffing and turnover worse. Why risk death for minimum wage? Nursing home aides provide the bulk of custodial or direct care. They are heroes on

An Anticipated Covid Surge

Trump’s leadership has caused over 200,000 deaths. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, or IHME, at the University of Washington has a new estimate.  They conclude that America may suffer more than 415,000 deaths in the U.S. by January. Tragically, dangerous inefficiencies persist in the federal response, particularly regarding mass testing. We are dependent upon

No Shame At All

No Shame at all Trump at his rally Saturday was already using RBG’s death as the source for a new disgusting campaign chant. His fanatical cult followers scream with herd mentality, “Fill that seat!”  Recently, CNN listed some of the Republican Senators’ statements about not giving Merrick Garland a vote in 2016. “In 2016, when conservative

Visitation Guidelines

The federal government issued another set of nursing home visitation guidelines. CMS now allows for resuming indoor visits based on community COVID-19 spread. Operators should “accommodate and support” indoor visits as long as no new COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days. Outdoor visits remain preferred under the new rules with CMS noting that they


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