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May 21st, 2020
Rhode Island Restaurants Open
By: Fred Lucas – dailysignal.com – May 19, 2020 State and local governments should get ready to reopen K-12 schools, but also prepare hospitals and public transportation systems for a possible second wave of COVID-19, according to a new round of recommendations from the National Coronavirus Recovery Commission. The new suggestions, released Tuesday, are part of the fifth phase of the...
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May 8th, 2020
Film maker Michael Moore
By: Paul Driessen – townhall.com – May 06, 2020 Never in my wildest dreams did I envision a day when I’d agree with anything filmmaker Michael Moore said – much less that he would agree with me. But mirabile dictu, his new film, Planet of the Humans, is as devastating an indictment of wind, solar and biofuel energy as anything I have...
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May 7th, 2020
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By: Brandon Morse – restate.com – May 6, 2020 California Governor Gavin Newsom recently said that “we’re not going back to normal.” This infuriated me to no end, not just because I wholly disagree, but because he’s not saying it out of a sense of precaution or scientific fact. According to the Daily Wire, Newsom said it in regards to...
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May 6th, 2020
Wendy's Hamburgers - Logo
By: Brad Polumbo – washingtonexaminer.com – May 05, 2020 First, we ran out of toilet paper, and now, we’re running out of… hamburgers? As the coronavirus crisis and ensuing societal lockdown hit roughly the two-month mark, we’re starting to have serious problems with the meat supply chain due to meatpacking plant shutdowns and preexisting regulatory dysfunction. Now, the New York Times reports that...
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May 1st, 2020
Opening up America Again
As we enter the month of May, several states are reopening their economies after lockdowns inspired by COVID-19. At a press briefing on April 23, Vice President Mike Pence said 16 states had “formal reopening plans.” A New York Times tracker shows that nine other states are partially reopening their economies, and 22 states remain in lockdown. In the past...
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April 30th, 2020
medical researcher
By: Dr. Jim Denison – denisonforum.org – April 29, 2020 The Wall Street Journal broke the story that is now making headlines everywhere: “The Secret Group of Scientists and Billionaires Pushing a Manhattan Project for Covid-19.” They call themselves “Scientists to Stop Covid-19.” Their group includes chemical biologists, an immunobiologist, a neurobiologist, a chronobiologist, an oncologist, a gastroenterologist, an epidemiologist,...
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April 30th, 2020
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By: Rod Bordelon – texaspolicy.com – April 9, 2020 When you have a flat tire, you don’t fix it by reinventing the wheel. While cases of COVID-19 continue to increase, we know that soon, the numbers will begin falling. Our efforts at social distancing and staying at home will pay off, and we’ll begin to focus on economic recovery efforts. But we must...
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April 28th, 2020
masked worker & customer at Waffle House
By: Kate Brumback & Russ Bynum –  apnews.com – April 27, 2020 With staff wearing masks, checking customers’ temperatures and using disposable paper place mats, some of the nation’s restaurants reopened for dine-in service Monday as states loosened more coronavirus restrictions. But many eateries remained closed amid safety concerns and community backlash. Restaurants in Georgia and Tennessee and Anchorage, Alaska, welcomed...
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April 27th, 2020
Woman reading - night cityscape
By: Rachel Bovard – amgreatness.com – April 24, 2020 The ground is shifting quickly beneath our feet when it comes to tech, privacy, and power. And, although tech companies, their advocates, and even some policymakers, would like us to imagine these issues are cut and dried, they are not. In their book The Sovereign Individual, published on the eve of...
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April 24th, 2020
NY Gov A. Cuomo
By: Heather Mac Donald – amgreatness.com – April 22, 2020 More than a dozen governors extended their economic shutdown orders recently into May and beyond. Those officials should have publicly addressed the following questions first: How many coronavirus deaths do you expect to avert by the shut-down extension? What will your state’s economy look like after another month of enforced stasis? How many...
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