Or does Trudeau, an educator turned PM, fail to understand the political pitfalls of biting irony?
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But what made that mad scramble for masks, gowns, gloves and other essential products necessary in the first place?
So, we are told it’s not safe to be indoors around others except your immediate family even with a mask, and yet it’s somehow OK to be in an indoor classroom with AC and poor ventilation and kids with no masks?
But even for those who are finding a way to move toward reopening, like Newsom, one big question rises to the top: What will happen if teachers refuse?
How will the replacement for outgoing leader Andrew Scheer address the controversy?
How can we physically reopen schools with lower thresholds of safety than we currently have for restaurants or hair salons?
But all the time I’ve spent playing and thinking about the game has left me wondering: Wouldn’t Trump want some of its wisdom?
Was poker the secret force behind that legislation?
Which argument makes me seem like the stronger man?
Or what were we saying about testing again?
Given that he lacks these very skills, shouldn’t Trump perhaps take a page from their proverbial playbook?
How many times have we seen the same situation?
Are we finally learning the lessons of 1919?
So, was the owner of the Taj Mahal a poker player himself, Konik wondered?
So what brought me into politics?
Who could not get behind her?
Seven years after this tragedy, what has been learned?
And for that matter, what effect will the pandemic have on voter turnout across demographic lines?
Given that some people are refusing to do even the most basic things you'd want them to do to combat coronavirus, what makes you confident that we will be able to do the more complicated and nuanced aspects of this that are needed for schools to open?
Oh Malaysia, to what depths of the abyss are you going to descend to?
Why don’t you hear of it much anymore?