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September 16th, 2020
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Contrary to the media narrative, up to 95% of this summer’s riots in response to the death of George Floyd are linked to Black Lives Matter activism, according to data collected by a non-profit that tracks conflict worldwide. Source: Study: 95% of riots linked toBlack Lives Matter
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September 3rd, 2020
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A major new study reveals “an overwhelming majority” of donors don’t expect COVID-19 will curtail their charitable giving for the rest of the year. Source: Major New Study on Charitable Giving Offers ‘Reassurance and Warning’ to Faith-Based Nonprofits – NRB.org
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August 11th, 2020
Congress is considering spending an additional $105 billion on education as part of a Phase IV COVID-19 relief package called the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection, and Schools (HEALS) Act. Source: In COVID-19 Bill, Schools Need Funding Flexibility, Not Another Federal Bailout | The Heritage Foundation
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August 6th, 2020
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At what point do our public health interventions themselves cause a public health crisis?  Might our efforts to keep the public equally safe be reinforcing unsafe levels of inequality?  We obviously need to protect those most at risk from the current pandemic, but we should also consider the costs, especially if disproportionate burdens are being placed upon those without a...
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July 1st, 2020
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By: Dr. Merrill Matthews – ipi.org – June 30, 2020 The U.S. Supreme Court has decided it will hear a state-led Republican challenge to the Affordable Care Act. At issue is the mandate to have health insurance and the viability of the law. In a 5-4 decision in June 2012—with Chief Justice John Roberts voting with the Court’s liberals, as...
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June 30th, 2020
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By: Chuck Bentley – crown.org – June 19, 2020 Dear Chuck, I wasn’t ready for the pandemic. My health has been fine but my finances have not. How can I get ready if we are faced with another crisis? Prepping for Another Pandemic Dear Prepping,  I am sorry you were not ready for the pandemic but I am grateful that your...
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June 5th, 2020
By: Jeffrey Singer – washingtonexaminer.com – June 04, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted that it is sometimes appropriate and legitimate for governors or other officials to control a public health emergency by restricting human activity. But government officials are people, and rational people respond to incentives. Incentives are affected by that which is seen and that which is not seen. Most...
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Pray for America
May 22nd, 2020
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In many places around the nation, state and local governments are well into their reopening plans. For a lot of people, it’s encouraging to see life getting back to normal again. But the threat of COVID-19 isn’t gone, especially for demographics that were always more at risk. As the reopening continues, our nation needs prayer, and I hope you’ll join...
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May 21st, 2020
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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 20th, 2020
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By: Chuck Bentley – crown.org – May 2020   Time to Practice Covid Capitalism – Protect Lives and Livelihoods I propose that we immediately adopt an approach to our present crisis that I call “Covid Capitalism.” It means we save the livelihoods of millions of Americans by giving them the freedom of getting back to work while also saving the...
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