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FREEDOM: Thousands of Californians Swarm Beaches Despite Stay-at-Home Orders

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Large crowds of Californians could be seen swarming the state’s beaches over the weekend, suggesting the state’s residents are starting to wear of the state’s stay-at-home order even as the casualties of the coronavirus pandemic reach new heights in the western state.

Photos of beaches near Huntington Beach showed crowds enjoying the warm weather without much consideration for ‘social distancing,’ congregating in flocks with far less than six feet in between each other.

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Governor Gavin Newsom implored the residents of his state to continue practicing social distancing and to stay at home, recognizing in part that Californians have had enough of the disruptions to everyday life and are itching to get outside.

California’s casualties from the coronavirus epidemic, while significant, lag well behind the hardest-hit and densely populated states of New York and New Jersey. The state incurred 115 fatalities to the virus from Wednesday to Thursday, although figures from state public health officials suggest that the curve is flattening in the country’s most populous state.

Policy makers need to be serious and sober-minded about the degree of cooperation they can expect to receive from the public in the historically unprecedented medical pandemic. If the state of California wants its population to practice responsible social distancing, it must accept that the public will leave their homes and participate in everyday events such as sporting and swimming.

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Liberal Heir James Murdoch Resigns From Fox News’ Parent Company Over “Editorial Content”

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James Murdoch announced his resignation from the Board of Directors of News Corp, the company that serves as the parent of Fox News, on Friday.

Murdoch announced his resignation in a letter that cited “disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company’s news outlets and certain other strategic decisions.

The younger Murdoch, who was handed control of News Corp from his father, media mogul Rupert Murdoch, in 2011, has long been known to harbor liberal and left-leaning sympathies. He’s openly discussed his grievances with the nominally conservative Fox News network in a fashion one might expect of an MSNBC or CNN executive in a previous interview with the New Yorker.

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He had donated to elitist neoliberal Democrat Pete Buttigieg in the 2020 primary, all but solidifying his left-wing preferences.

The exodus of the younger Murdoch could signal a return of Fox News to its conservative roots, for which the network became know for-often to the fury of liberals- during the tenure of Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes. In recent months, the network has become something of an MSNBC lite, with Sunday show anchors such as Chris Wallace all but cheering on liberal Democrats.

Murdoch’s departure all but certainly seems to have been political in nature from his resignation letter. The heir may have been involved in attempts to silence, stifle or water down the content presented by primetime host Tucker Carlson, who liberals have targeted in a vociferous yet thus-unsuccessful deplatforming campaign

James Murdoch’s departure from the business leaves Lachan Murdoch and his father Rupert as the most powerful figures within the company.

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