He Lost More Than 100 Pounds Before Catching Covid. It Likely Saved His Life

Mick Nardelli knew something had to be done. After weeks of pandemic apathy, wherein incentivized sedentary lifestyles at the onset of Covid introduced the “Quarantine 15,” Nardelli was nearing 300 pounds and had an uncertain future.
At 5’9″ and 295 pounds in his mid-40s, the D.C. suburban father of a 3-year-old watched with a body mass index of nearly 44, (14 points above the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s threshold for “obesity” and therefore qualified as medically “severe”) while the Wuhan virus wreaked havoc on patients who carried excessive weight.

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Why The Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About The 2020 Election

A Wall Street Journal editorial appeared on Tuesday entitled, “The Best Summary of the 2020 Election: Rules were bent, GOP voters defected, and real fraud hasn’t turned up.” This conveys the position of many establishment conservatives concerning the 2020 election: There were some slight “problems” with the election that were overshadowed by normal political phenomena such as controversies about Donald Trump and GOP voters switching sides.

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Why The Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About The 2020 Election

A Wall Street Journal editorial appeared on Tuesday entitled, “The Best Summary of the 2020 Election: Rules were bent, GOP voters defected, and real fraud hasn’t turned up.” This conveys the position of many establishment conservatives concerning the 2020 election: There were some slight “problems” with the election that were overshadowed by normal political phenomena such as controversies about Donald Trump and GOP voters switching sides.

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Why The Wall Street Journal Is Wrong About The 2020 Election

A Wall Street Journal editorial appeared on Tuesday entitled, “The Best Summary of the 2020 Election: Rules were bent, GOP voters defected, and real fraud hasn’t turned up.” This conveys the position of many establishment conservatives concerning the 2020 election: There were some slight “problems” with the election that were overshadowed by normal political phenomena such as controversies about Donald Trump and GOP voters switching sides.

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Biden’s Pledge To Nominate A Black Woman For SCOTUS Is Racist And Sexist

Joe Biden affirmed he will again institutionalize government racism and sexism through his selection of a nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy soon arising due to Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement.

The president of the United States has repeatedly stated that he uses race and sex as his selection criteria for top government posts. He made that clear during his campaign, saying that he would use race and sex as his baseline criteria for picking his vice president and cabinet.

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Biden’s Pledge To Nominate A Black Woman For SCOTUS Is Racist And Sexist

Joe Biden affirmed he will again institutionalize government racism and sexism through his selection of a nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy soon arising due to Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement.

The president of the United States has repeatedly stated that he uses race and sex as his selection criteria for top government posts. He made that clear during his campaign, saying that he would use race and sex as his baseline criteria for picking his vice president and cabinet.

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Biden’s Pledge To Nominate A Black Woman For SCOTUS Is Racist And Sexist

Joe Biden affirmed he will again institutionalize government racism and sexism through his selection of a nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy soon arising due to Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement.

The president of the United States has repeatedly stated that he uses race and sex as his selection criteria for top government posts. He made that clear during his campaign, saying that he would use race and sex as his baseline criteria for picking his vice president and cabinet.

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Girls, It’s OK To Be Beautiful

It was by sheer happenstance that I stumbled upon the month-old interview clip of Billie Eilish. I paused to watch not because I’m a super fan of her music, but because her fresh and natural appearance caught my eye, and her attitudinal change kept my attention. She looked beautiful, and her easy laugh and honest reflections exuded confidence.
Of course, I’d seen the once-moody and neon-haired star dressed in old Hollywood glam on the cover of Vogue and at the Met Gala, but this wasn’t a single photo shoot or an occasion for one-off fashion experimentation.

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If Conservatives Want To Defend Manliness, They Better Know What It Means

There is a growing eagerness on the right to talk frankly about the crisis of masculinity in America, and to defend traditional manliness against an ascendant left that wants to destroy it. A robust defense of manliness is salutary, and long overdue. But it requires defining what manliness is, and what it is for, because not everyone on the right seems to know.
For some conservatives, the conversation about masculinity has gone completely off the rails. It has devolved into a mere tough-guy pose.

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