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July 7th, 2020
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By: Victor Davis Hanson – amgreatness.com –  July 5, 2020 Viral confusion Unfortunately few in authority have been more wrong, and yet more self-righteously wrong, than the esteemed Dr. Anthony Fauci. Given his long service as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and his stature during the AIDS crisis, he has rightly been held up by the...
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July 2nd, 2020
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By: Timothy P. Carney – washingtonexaminer.com – July 01, 2020 It can seem like we’re experiencing a second wave of the coronavirus, but there’s a lot of conflicting data. Case counts are rising, but some of that is due to testing. Importantly, deaths are not rising. And then some of the charts you see play games with the x-axis. So, what’s really going...
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June 26th, 2020
Dr. Redfield CDC
By: Reid Wilson – thehill.com – June 25, 2020 Nearly 25 million Americans may have contracted the coronavirus, a figure 10 times higher than the number of confirmed cases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Thursday. In a briefing with reporters Thursday, CDC Director Robert Redfield said surveys of blood samples taken from around the country suggest that...
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June 26th, 2020
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By: Andrew Kerr – dailycaller.com – June 25, 2020 Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott announced a temporary pause on the state’s economic reopening Thursday amid a surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. “As we experience an increase in both positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, we are focused on strategies that slow the spread of this virus while also allowing Texans...
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June 24th, 2020
Abbott tightens rules - COVID cases
By Robert T. Garrett – dallasnews.com – June 23, 2020 Gov. Greg Abbott sternly warned Texans of “rampant” spread of coronavirus that took the state to a new high Tuesday of more than 5,000 new cases in a single day. Saying Texans should stay home unless they have a good reason to venture out, Abbott late Tuesday afternoon gave local officials more...
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June 19th, 2020
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By: Ben Guarino,  Chelsea Janes & Ariana Eunjung Cha – washingtonpost.com – June 13, 2020 Four months of discord about the coronavirus epidemic have transformed the cloth mask into a potent political symbol, touted by Democrats as a key part of communal responsibility, labeled by some GOP leaders as a sign of government overreach and as a scarlet letter pinned on the weak. But as...
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June 19th, 2020
Pool full of people - Maintain Social Distance
By: Mike Pence – WSJ.com – June 16, 2020 In recent days, the media has taken to sounding the alarm bells over a “second wave” of coronavirus infections. Such panic is overblown. Thanks to the leadership of President Trump and the courage and compassion of the American people, our public health system is far stronger than it was four months...
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June 17th, 2020
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By: Aila Slisco – Newsweek.com – June 16, 2020 Increasing numbers of Houston residents have reportedly been diagnosed with COVID-19 after attending protests against the death of George Floyd. Large protests began in the city days after the death of Houston native Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25. Texas has...
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June 15th, 2020
Vote here
By: Debbie Wuthnow – townhall.com – May 31, 2020 COVID-19 has dominated every aspect of our lives, and in fact, it’s even revealing why the upcoming elections matter. At iVoterGuide, we hope these six reasons will encourage you in your passion for our country’s government. Reason #1: COVID-19 reminds us that elected officials can make life and death decisions. In America, “we the...
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June 11th, 2020
Lab workers
By: John Stossel – townhall.com – June 10, 2020 Deaths from COVID-19 are dropping, but we probably can’t resume normal life until someone develops a vaccine. Experts say it will take at least 12 to 18 months. Why so long? Because to make sure a vaccine works, researchers must recruit lots of volunteers and wait for them to get sick....
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