Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news. Parler: "bobbyburack."

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Politics
Bobby Burack

Study Says COVID Recession ‘May Kill More Americans’ than COVID-19

Coronavirus has taken far too many lives. Recent statistics suggest that over 400,000 Americans have died from the pandemic. However, if authors from Duke University, Harvard Medical School, and Johns Hopkins University business school are correct, then the reaction to the pandemic could be even deadlier than the virus itself. Fortune reports that this latest

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Media News
Bobby Burack

NBC’s Peacock Acquires Game-Changing WWE Streaming Rights

The Streaming Wars just got more interesting. Monday, NBC’s Peacock announced it has reached an exclusive, multi-year agreement to stream the WWE Network in the U.S. With the deal, Peacock will now air each WWE pay-per-view, including the big one, WrestleMania. The agreement puts an end to WWE Network as an independent streaming service. The

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NFL
Bobby Burack

Matt LaFleur Costs Packers Chance at Super Bowl

In Matt LaFleur’s first two seasons as the Packers’ head coach, he has led the team to a 26-6 regular-season record and two trips to the NFC Championship Game. Sunday against the Bucs though, LaFleur cost his team a shot at the Super Bowl in a 31-26 loss to the Bucs. On 4th & Goal

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Politics
Bobby Burack

Jeff Bezos, Amazon Refuting Mail-In Votes For Unionization

Jeff Bezos — a strong Democratic supporter — and Amazon are aiming to postpone a unionization vote at one of its warehouses in Alabama, the Wall Street Journal reports. Interestingly, Amazon has requested that the National Labor Relations Board reconsider allowing mail-in voting, claiming that the mail-in voting process has “serious and systemic flaws.” Got

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Politics
Bobby Burack

More Democratic States, Cities Open Days After Biden’s Inauguration

Two days after Joe Biden’s inauguration, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that Michigan is reopening indoor dining on Feb. 1. Weird how that happened. And Michigan isn’t alone, other Democratic states and cities are so fond of the science found this week that they too are lifting COVID-19 bans. If you’re keeping track at home that’s

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Politics
Bobby Burack

California Dead Last in Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

California was among the most aggressive states in locking down its residents in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the state is dead last in administering the vaccines that guard against it. According to a report from SF Gate, California has used just 37.3% of its available shots, good for 50th place out of 50.

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