Hiker Missing for 12 Days in Zion National Park Found Alive – The Daily Beast

  1. Hiker Missing for 12 Days in Zion National Park Found Alive  The Daily Beast
  2. Woodland Hills Woman Reunited With Family After Going Missing In Utah’s Zion National Park  CBS Los Angeles
  3. Missing hiker found in Zion National Park, family says  CNN
  4. Missing woman found safe in Zion National Park  FOX 13 News Utah
  5. California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park  Yahoo News
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Trump attends church in Las Vegas, puts cash in donation bucket

(LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL) — At least 200 hundred people prayed and cheered for President Donald Trump during a Sunday morning service at a church in western Las Vegas.

The president made his appearance during the 9 a.m. service at the International Church of Las Vegas, located at 8100 Westcliff Drive, near Summerlin.

Pastor Marc Paul Goulet and others in the worship team praised Trump and told him, “You’re doing a great job.”

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Hong Kong Sees "Alarming Rise" In Suicide And Depression Among Young People

Hong Kong Sees “Alarming Rise” In Suicide And Depression Among Young People

Tyler Durden

Sun, 10/18/2020 – 19:55

While projections about millions of confirmed COVID-19 deaths piling up in the US, Europe and elsewhere have proven to be wildly off, doctors warnings that lockdowns would cause severe trauma to the entire population, portending a spike in suicides and other so-called “deaths of despair”, as a group of scientists warned in an open letter published months ago.

But although deaths from COVID-19 have remained roughly stable even as cases and hospitalizations have returned to, or exceeded, their highs from the spring, suicides, drug overdoses and not to mention deaths from untreated underlying medical conditions are all on the rise.

Now, the SCMP reports that Hong Kong is in the grip of an alarming rise in the number of young people struggling with emotional distress and suicidal ideation, while a rise in the suicide rate that predated COVID-19 appears to have worsened. The paper (infamously controlled by a Communist Party member and billionaire Chinese tech entrepreneur) attributed these conditions to the pandemic, but we suspect that Beijing’s brutal crackdown on dissent with its new national security law has contributed to general feelings of malaise in the tiny, but densely populated metropolitan area.

Whatever the cause, three health organizations in the territory warned that they were seeing a wave of young adults struggling with severe depression accessing their services. The Samaritans, a suicide prevention charity, said more than 70% of those using its email services were students, ranging from primary school to university level.

According to their internal data, the number of hotline users reporting suicidal thoughts doubled between June and September.

Many students cited school closures and a sense of isolation and uncertainty about the future as contributing factors to their depression. As families hunkered down during quarantine, relationships between parents and children became strained. Obviously, the impact on the economy has left many once-secure individuals dependent on government benefits to survive, wondering whether they’ll be able to make it through to the spring, or whenever industries like tourism and hospitality finally recover.

“It is a matter of concern, because early intervention and talking to people is the first step to preventing a suicidal act,” said Karman Leung, chief executive of The Samaritans in Hong Kong.

One 24-hour text platform called “Open Up” (it’s aimed at those aged between 12 and 29) also reported an increase in young people contacting them due to emotional distress. It said the cases went up from 86 per day in February to 110 a day in September, an increase of 28%.

Like the US, suicide rates were rising in Hong Kong even before the pandemic. In 2019, the suicide rate climbed to 13% from 12.3%, though of course that’s just one year.

But all of the evidence seen so far seems to suggest that the rate in 2020 will be significantly higher.



Source: Zero Hedge, Hong Kong Sees “Alarming Rise” In Suicide And Depression Among Young People

NUDE PICS & DEATH THREATS: Mayor’s Texting Affair With News Anchor Turns Into Crazy Scandal

An inappropriate relationship between a news anchor and the married mayor of Anchorage, Alaska is blowing up both their careers. Anchor Maria Athens shot a bizarre promo for her Facebook page accusing Mayor Ethan Berkowitz of being a pedophile. Athens also left him a voicemail that ended with her threatening to kill him and his wife. The mayor said he had an inappropriate texting relationship with Athens, but denied her other claims. Police found no evidence of Athens’ claims against Berkowitz.

The post NUDE PICS & DEATH THREATS: Mayor’s Texting Affair With News Anchor Turns Into Crazy Scandal appeared first on Breaking911.



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NASA Selects Intuitive Machines to Land Water-Measuring Payload PRIME-1 on the Moon – SciTechDaily

  1. NASA Selects Intuitive Machines to Land Water-Measuring Payload PRIME-1 on the Moon  SciTechDaily
  2. NASA and Nokia are putting a 4G network on the moon  CNN
  3. Nokia Gets 4G Lunar Contract  Newser
  4. NASA announces plans to establish 4G network on the moon  KRCRTV.COM
  5. Nokia wins NASA contract to put a 4G network on the moon  Mashable
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Become A Skilled Archer Without Ever Stepping Outside With This Advanced Training System

The art of using a bow and arrow, also known as archery, dates back thousands of years and is arguably one of the oldest sports around. But unlike before, mastering this coveted sport doesn’t have to be done in the middle of a forest or out in the mountains. That’s where the AccuBow 2.0 comes into […]

Source: The Daily Caller, Become A Skilled Archer Without Ever Stepping Outside With This Advanced Training System

NFL Week 6 grades: Browns get a 'D-' for blowout loss to Steelers, Packers get an 'F' for ugly performance – CBS Sports

  1. NFL Week 6 grades: Browns get a ‘D-‘ for blowout loss to Steelers, Packers get an ‘F’ for ugly performance  CBS Sports
  2. Baker Mayfield postgame press conference vs. Steelers | Cleveland Browns  Cleveland Browns
  3. Pittsburgh Steelers defeat Cleveland Browns, move to 5-0 for just second time  ESPN
  4. Available LBs the Steelers could target after Devin Bush’s injury  Behind the Steel Curtain
  5. Browns replace banged-up Baker Mayfield with Case Keenum during loss to Steelers  NFL.com
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Opinion: Trump's despicable rants against Whitmer

Joe Biden’s exasperated comment summed up what so many of us feel. “What the hell’s the matter with this guy?” said Biden Friday of Donald Trump’s continuing attacks on Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, even after the recent announcement of an alleged right-wing terrorist plot to kidnap and possibly kill her. “It’s despicable,” said Biden.



Source: CNN, Opinion: Trump’s despicable rants against Whitmer

Democrats still struggling to pick 'unifying and viable' energy plan

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Energy.]

By Tom Magness
Real Clear Energy

Energy and climate policy debates within the Democratic Party have put pressure on presidential nominee and former vice president Joe Biden to make clear what voters can expect from his administration if he wins the presidency. Biden has struggled to maintain a moderate stance on the issues, openly advocating for fracking bans on federal lands and policies outlined in the Green New Deal, policies which don’t comply with swing states like Pennsylvania, where the natural gas industry contributes more than $24 billion to the state’s economy and supports nearly 180,000 jobs. Weeks out from election night the Biden campaign is struggling to articulate a stance that is both unifying and viable.

Moreover, the Biden energy platform – described as a “plan to build a modern, sustainable infrastructure and an equitable clean energy future,” whatever that means – has moved left of President Obama’s “All-of the-Above” strategy. Instead, Biden proposes a $2 trillion public spending project that is short on details, heavy on taxpayer spending, and reverses the progress of the last decade.

To buoy his election chances and improve the well-being of Americans, the Biden camp must take notes from the way Obama articulated his vision of American energy: a balance between progress and practicality and arguing, “We need an energy strategy for the future – an all-of-the-above strategy for the 21st century that develops every source of American-made energy.” By all measures, the policies Obama implemented in pursuit of that vision, and no doubt Vice-President Biden supported at the time, were successful, especially the rapid expansion of domestic natural gas production and utilization.

The growth of the U.S. natural gas industry under the Obama administration lowered household energy costs, created jobs, contributed to a major reduction in emissions, and played a significant role in accelerating the country’s recovery from the 2008 Financial Crisis. This was, and has remained under President Trump’s leadership, the right path for Americans.

Under President Trump American energy continued to make gains in energy sufficiency and production, as well as emissions reductions to the benefit of the American economy. This includes the largest absolute reduction in emissions by any country since 2000; adding tens of thousands of jobs thanks to large scale energy infrastructure projects like Keystone XL and Dakota Access; and an expectation to be a net energy exporter by the close of 2020.

Green New Deal supporters, obviously Biden supporters as well, may conveniently have forgotten the Obama Administration’s rosy embrace of natural gas, which he encouraged Americans to welcome and called an “ideal energy source that we potentially could use for the next 100 years” in 2012. The successful and simultaneous reduction of emissions, energy imports, and unemployment is an accomplishment that the Democratic Party should be eager to capture themselves, especially given the increased momentum the Trump Administration has created since inhabiting the White House.

Despite these improvements the progressive wing contends that the environmental gains associated with the increase of natural gas usage is not sufficient to warrant its continued production. That stance lacks grounding in reality.  In 2019, natural gas accounted for 38% of U.S. total electricity generation. All renewable energy sources combined generated only 17%, and at greater cost per unit of energy. It will be decades before wind, solar, and hydroelectric sources will be able to fully replace natural gas, which is comparatively cleaner than alternatives like coal. Proposals to ban fracking or otherwise restrict domestic energy production would only force the U.S. to rely on imported fossil fuels subject to far less regulation and oversight, an environmentally and economically counterproductive outcome, or depend on the more expensive renewable sources which provide nowhere close to our current energy requirements.

Crippling existing producers through the range of proposals in Biden’s proposed energy policies would cost jobs, limit growth, and damage the wellbeing of millions of Americans struggling from COVID-induced financial vulnerability. As such, it is important we continue to invest in infrastructure that safely and efficiently transports the energy resources that millions of American consumers rely on each day – particularly in natural gas-rich regions that currently face pipeline constraints like Texas’ Permian Basin and the Marcellus formation in Pennsylvania. But with an anti-energy contingency only growing amongst the far-Left, developing critical energy infrastructure has become a painfully litigious, uncertain, and bureaucratic process that seemingly offers little incentive for developers and investors.

There are real consequences to this activism, too. A recent report from the Consumer Energy Alliance found that delays, obstruction, and cancellation of pipeline projects are threatening nearly $14 billion in economic activity, over 66,000 jobs, and more than $280 million a year in state and local tax revenue – crucial investment and employment that could go a long way in our nation’s long road to a COVID-19 recovery.

Win or lose come November, Joe Biden and other Democratic Party leadership would do well to reembrace Obama-era energy policies, brought to reality under President Trump’s leadership, that prioritize growth and employment without inhibiting the development of the energy sources of tomorrow. A strong embrace of an all-of-the-above approach could reshape the debate on energy and curtail the unrealistic policies now championed by the left. Perhaps some draft language for the campaign reads: the continued development of safe and responsible natural gas production and accompanying infrastructure is not just compatible with, but a precondition of, a resilient economy and a cleaner future.  Surely on that we can all agree.

Tom Magness is a strategic adviser to Grow America’s Infrastructure Now, and formerly served as a commander in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Energy.]

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Hungarian Trade Minister BLASTS Crooked Joe Biden After He Calls Poland and Hungary Totalitarian Regimes

Last week during his patty-cake town hall on ABC Joe Biden smeared US allies Poland and Hungary as totalitarian regimes like Belarus.

This was an ignorant and disgusting attack on our NATO allies to score cheap political points.

On Saturday Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade DESTROYED Joe Biden in his official response.

Péter Szijjártó called on Joe Biden to explain his corrupt family business stealing from the Ukrainian people.


Hunter Biden wheeling and dealing for big money from Ukraine.

Via the Hungarian Government Website:

We may still remember the kind of Central European policy the democrats pursued for 8 years; we may still recall the continuous lecturing, accusations and attacks,” FM Szijjártó began his video statement, reminding viewers that, during his term as Vice President, Joe Biden was “particularly busy” with foreign policy.

“We, Hungarians, have experienced this firsthand,” Szijjártó said, referring to occasions when members of the U.S. diplomatic corps in Budapest openly took part in opposition protests and published “extraordinarily biased” statements with the aim of supporting left-liberal parties and attacking the Hungarian government.

There was a period during his term as VP, the Hungarian FM continued, when, and I exaggerate a bit, Biden spent more of his time outside D.C. in Ukraine than in rural America.

“This was the time when his son happened to be a chief executive at a key Ukrainian energy company; this was also the time when there were deals in the Ukrainian energy sector that were suspected of being corrupt,” FM Szijjártó said in the video statement.

According to the foreign minister, Joe Biden began talking about Central Europe again days ago when he made a series of completely false and undignified statements about Hungary and Poland. “But,” Szijjártó continued, “it would be best if Joe Biden could answer some of those old questions that have been out there for a while, before attacking Central Europe.

“It would be great if Joe Biden could tell us why he put pressure on the Ukrainian government to fire its chief prosecutor, and how all of this related to the investigation into his son’s Ukrainian energy deals grinding to a halt,” Foreign Minister Szijjártó asked.

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Andrew Cuomo's shameful new book continues his lies about his 'senior-cide' – New York Post

  1. Andrew Cuomo’s shameful new book continues his lies about his ‘senior-cide’  New York Post
  2. New York Movie Theaters to Reopen, Except for NYC | NBC New York  NBC New York
  3. Casket outside Brooklyn nursing home filled with 6,500 covers of Cuomo’s book  New York Post
  4. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says new ‘micro-cluster’ strategy can reduce spread in COVID hot zones  WABC-TV
  5. New York will let ski resorts open at half capacity Nov. 6  Democrat & Chronicle
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Enhancing the Integrity of America's Research Enterprise – United States Department of State

state.gov – THE WASHINGTON FOREIGN PRESS CENTER, WASHINGTON, D.C. (Via teleconference) MODERATOR: Okay. Good afternoon and welcome. My name is Jen McAndrew, and I’m a media relations officer with the Washington …

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Source: Defense TV, Enhancing the Integrity of America’s Research Enterprise – United States Department of State

NLCS Game 7: Braves vs Dodgers game thread – Talking Chop

  1. NLCS Game 7: Braves vs Dodgers game thread  Talking Chop
  2. Los Angeles Dodgers starting Dustin May vs. Atlanta Braves’ Ian Anderson in Game 7 of NLCS  ESPN
  3. Braves vs Dodgers MLB playoffs picks for October 18  Covers
  4. FanDuel Daily Fantasy Baseball Helper: NLCS Game 7  numberFire
  5. World Series 2020 – Beyond NLCS Game 7, get used to Atlanta Braves-Los Angeles Dodgers duels for MLB supremacy  ESPN
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CIO: "US And China Are Engaged In Full-Blown Financial War… And China Will Fake Prosperity & Growth To Attract Foreign Capital"

CIO: “US And China Are Engaged In Full-Blown Financial War… And China Will Fake Prosperity & Growth To Attract Foreign Capital”

Tyler Durden

Sun, 10/18/2020 – 19:30

By Eric Peters, CIO of One River Asset Management

“In the early 2000s, mainland China was perhaps 5-10% of the Asian capital markets, and China appeared likely to grow in a symbiotic way with the US,” said the CIO from Asia. “That path is now gone, and the possible scenarios are not nearly as hopeful as back then,” continued one of the region’s leading investors. “But knowing that the future is not as bright is different from knowing how it will unfold,” he said. “So, for that, we break the future into a number of possibilities, then watch for signs that tilt the odds toward one or the other.”
 
China is highly indebted and leveraged, so Xi is attempting to open up because he needs to attract foreign capital,” added the same Asian CIO. “He’s playing a confidence game, and it is vital for his survival that he win it,” he said. “In less than 20yrs China has come to represent 70% of Asia’s capital markets.” With such dominance, any investment decision in the region has become a call on whether you want to be long China. “Xi is looking to attract $5trln of foreign capital to plug holes, levering it 10x-15x through the state banking system.”
 
“The bullish China case is that Xi gets his $5trln, levers it, and uses excess capital to secure dominance in the industries of the future,” explained the CIO, referencing artificial intelligence, biotech, microchips. “Along that road, Xi will leverage all the industries that China already dominates to secure advantage.” Solar, batteries, LCD panel production. “And while the US may draw away, the Germans and French are ultimately commercial and if China can produce the best products, and consume European luxury exports, Beijing may just win.”
 
“The bear US case is a derivative of China’s bull case,” he explained. “The US net international investment position is -$13trln.” To maintain its economic dominance, it needs to continue to attract enormous capital inflows. “What allowed the US to sustain this imbalance is global confidence in its legal/political systems alongside an incentive structure that rewards entrepreneurship, but if the nation swings between Trumpism and Sanderism in the decade ahead, that confidence is undermined. And investors will seek to diversify away from America.”
 
“The bear case for China is that Xi is clearly an authoritarian,” said the Asian CIO. “He imposes so much control over Chinese companies – which he already has – that the rest of the world refuses to use Chinese IOT (internet-of-things) technology.” Fear that Beijing will ultimately have access to all our data is seen as unacceptable. “This then kills so many of China’s talented entrepreneurs.” Leaving them unable to expand beyond their domestic market. “They can only be as big as the economy is successful – and so China fails to attract the $5trln.”
 
Anecdote:

“China is now fully engaged in a financial war with the United States,” said the CIO from Asia. “And this view rises all the way to the top of the power structure in Beijing,” continued one of the region’s leading investors.

“Whatever can attract foreign capital to China is seen by Beijing as being in the national interest,” he said. “So if it is in the national interest for a leading Chinese technology company to fabricate flattering financial results, the government might be fine with that.”

In times of war, rules shift to meet national needs. In a world where capital is desperate for evidence of growth, fabricating the latter to attract the former is a rational strategy. Failing to attract capital is unacceptable for a nation with an inflating property bubble which simultaneously supports tax revenue, employment and domestic consumption. US pressure to re-engineer global supply chains could not come at a worse time for the Beijing Acrobats, their plates spinning, slowing.

And this amplifies the pressure to maintain an appearance of prosperity so that the foreign capital continues to flow in.

“We have always had to be somewhat skeptical of economic statistics and corporate figures coming out of China, but in a time of financial war we may see distortions on a scale never before seen,” he said. “For the time being, western money is flowing in even as capital controls are tightening for locals. Foreign pensions, endowments, they’re seeking greater diversification for their portfolios.”

And if this doesn’t work, the Chinese may choose to become more assertive regionally, and coopt the sources of capital surplus that fund US deficits – HK, Taiwan, Korea, Japan. Under Biden both the Saudis and Russians will surely be more allied to Beijing.

“But the foundation for investing so much money in China is unstable,” said the CIO. “One must invest very carefully in China and be skeptical of all the numbers that are presented.”



Source: Zero Hedge, CIO: “US And China Are Engaged In Full-Blown Financial War… And China Will Fake Prosperity & Growth To Attract Foreign Capital”

Biden's demand for minimum corporate tax called 'hazardous'

By Andrew Wilford
Real Clear Markets

In response to the much-ballyhooed news reports about large corporations paying little to no taxes in a given year, Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden added a proposal for a minimum 15 percent tax on corporate profits to his platform. That may prove politically popular, but as the coronavirus-induced recession reminds us, it’s terrible policymaking.

To begin with, there is no plague of corporations abusing tax “loopholes” to zero out their tax liability. Corporate income taxes do not compare well to personal income taxes, as they are assessed on the basis of corporate profits, not gross receipts. Corporate profits, much more than the average taxpayer’s annual income, can fluctuate wildly from year to year.

For this reason, the tax code allows for deductions for net operating losses to be carried into years other than the one in which the loss technically occurred. Profits and losses frequently don’t coincide neatly with calendar years. For example, goods purchased or produced by a company in December of one year might be sold in January of the next. Loss provisions in the tax code allow them to smooth out liabilities resulting from such activity, as opposed to being stuck with a “heads I win, tails you lose” scenario in which they pay tax on more than their actual profits. This, not nefarious gamesmanship, is why companies like Amazon have at times had low tax liabilities.

Biden’s minimum tax would restrict the value of net operating loss deductions, thereby punishing companies most affected by the pandemic. Businesses that took significant losses this year would be hampered in their recovery efforts by sticking them with higher tax bills, all while undermining the smarter approach of taxing corporate profits over the long-term.

But where net operating loss deductions are necessary to ensure a fair and equitable tax code, other deductions and credits which are intended to encourage growth and recovery would likewise be hamstrung by Biden’s minimum tax.

For example, the tax code allows companies to recover the value of investments they make to grow their business as a means of encouraging more economic production. Investment, after all, is the key to rising employee wages. The 2017 tax reform law changed cost recovery for the better — from a drawn-out, complicated system of depreciation to immediate, full expensing.

This system of full expensing does a better job of encouraging corporate investment, as we saw prior to the onset of the coronavirus. But a minimum tax significantly reduces this incentive to invest. In fact, it can even encourage businesses to put off investments to later years if they have already reduced their tax liability to the minimum in the current year.

The same is true for tax credits for research and development (R&D). Theoretically, these credits encourage R&D spending which benefits the economy writ large even more than it benefits the business investing in it. But should businesses considering R&D spending run up against a minimum tax assessment, the incentive to do is greatly reduced.

In the context of an ongoing economic recovery, hampering growth with populist signalling is beyond foolish. The effect on the budget would be miniscule in the context of trillion-dollar spending packages, raising little more than $20 billion a year over the next ten years. That kind of revenue is paltry compared to the economic harm of capping the benefits of good-policy provisions of the tax code.

A minimum tax is a ham-fisted approach that will threaten the ability of the American economy to recover from this pandemic. Biden would do well to focus his efforts on promoting economic growth rather than on tax hikes that would cut off the nose to spite the face.

Andrew Wilford is a policy analyst with the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to tax policy research and education at all levels of government. 

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Markets.]

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Samsung Leak Reveals Stunning New Galaxy Smartphones – Forbes

  1. Samsung Leak Reveals Stunning New Galaxy Smartphones  Forbes
  2. Galaxy S20 FE Review: The Samsung phone most people should buy  9to5Google
  3. Samsung Galaxy S21 new design leaks – MSPoweruser  MSPoweruser
  4. Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Will Cause New Problems For Apple, Google  Forbes
  5. This, according to a new leak, is the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra  Notebookcheck.net
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News



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Google kills off app that let you find loved ones’ location during an emergency – The Verge

  1. Google kills off app that let you find loved ones’ location during an emergency  The Verge
  2. R.I.P. Trusted Contacts, the latest app Google has marked for death  Mashable
  3. Google Trusted Contacts support will end soon, but there’s an alternative  SlashGear
  4. Google pulls the plug on its Trusted Contacts app  Engadget
  5. Google Trusted Contacts removed from app stores, support ending in December  MobileSyrup
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News



Source: Google News, Google kills off app that let you find loved ones’ location during an emergency – The Verge