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UC San Diego Installs COVID Test Kit Vending Machines 

With daily COVID-19 infections getting worse over the last couple of months in Southern California, one university has decided to introduce coronavirus testing vending machines, reported Reuters.  Students at the University of California’s San Diego campus were greeted with eleven vending machines over the winter semester packed with do-it-yourself COVID-19 tests.  School officials told Reuters…

San Diego Schools Eliminate Grading In Anti-Racist Education Push

Authored by Robby Soave via Reason.com, District officials in San Diego evidently believe that the practice of grading students based on average scores is racist… K-12 students in large public school districts across the country spent much of the fall semester at home, a less-than-ideal result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But Zoom learning was hardly…

San Francisco Bans Smoking Inside Apartments Unless It’s Weed

Authored by John Vibes via TheMindUnleashed.com, San Francisco city officials have banned all tobacco smoking inside apartments, due to concerns about secondhand smoke, but cannabis smoke will be permitted under the new guidelines. The proposal was originally drafted to include a ban on smoking cannabis as well, but the cannabis ban was later removed from…

San Diego Wants To Use Military Grade Drones To Catch Speeders

By MassPrivateI The Voice of San Diego recently revealed how the city of San Diego secretly considered using military grade drones to spy on motorists.  According to the article, San Diego officials secretly kicked around the possibility of using General Atomics’ “SkyGuardian” drones to ID and track speeding vehicles. Records obtained by Voice of San…

San Antonio Food Bank Doubles Amount Of People It Serves

By Tyler Durden Two Americas were visible on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 30,000 for the first time. Simultaneously, hundreds of vehicles were snaked around a parking lot in Albuquerque, New Mexico, waiting in line at a local food bank. This suggests the K-shaped economic recovery, one where the rich grow richer and the…

San Antonio Food Bank Doubles Amount Of People It Serves 

Two Americas were visible on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 30,000 for the first time. Simultaneously, hundreds of vehicles were snaked around a parking lot in Albuquerque, New Mexico, waiting in line at a local food bank.  This suggests the K-shaped economic recovery, one where the rich grow richer and the working-poor are crushed…