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  "Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world."
        — Nelson Mandela

4 April 2020

Trump Promotes Voter ID, Says 'a Lot of People Cheat With Mail-In Voting'

"I think a lot of people cheat with mail-in voting," Trump said Friday. "I think people should vote with Voter ID. I think Voter ID is very important, and the reason they don't want Voter ID is because they tend to cheat."

Trump said people should show up to the polls in person and cast their votes after presenting the proper identification. "It should be you go to a booth and you proudly display yourself."

Immunologist says he has a possible cure for the coronavirus

"We've engineered neutralizing antibodies that go and block the virus. The coronavirus, if you were to zoom in on it, you would see a series, a ring of spikes, and it uses those spikes to invade human cells. We've identified a series of super potent antibodies that block those spikes and therefore make the virus no longer infectious."

Thought for the Day

Giving people all the facts is not enough. A person – each one individually – has to connect the dots; he has to put the individual facts together; relate each fact to others in his mind; to see how they fit together, and to note what the implications are.

Some people do this more easily than others, but being able to does not imply it will get done – and frequently it does not get done; frequently it is assumed that one is good enough at doing it naturally that no additional effort is needed – and none is taken.

To fit and relate the facts together, a person has to want to do that. He has to decide he wants to run those facts through his mind; he has to devote the time needed for it; to give it a higher priority than the other things he could be doing – things he likes to do or tpically does. He has to make that extra, conscious mental activity a habit – a part of his thinking routine.

He has to decide there is a value to be gained by thinking in added depth, and that spending the time to do that is a good idea. He has to learn over time that to spend more than a momentary span of time in mulling over the facts is productive – that doing so gives him something important enough to devote a sizeable amount of time to extended thought on a regular basis in the future.

Ultimately, he has to like to think in such depth.

3 April 2020

Here's How Quickly Coronavirus Is Spreading in Your State

Conservative leaders press senators to confirm Trump circuit court pick

FISA Court Orders FBI to Provide "Names" and "Docket Numbers" For 29 Spy Warrant Applications Found to Have Errors

The DOJ’s Office of Inspector General on Tuesday said in a report it still has a “lack of confidence” in the FBI’s FISA procedures. Horowitz’s office found errors in all of the 29 FISA applications it reviewed during an audit as follow-up to an investigation of the bureau’s illegal spying of Carter Page. The OIG released a report on Tuesday revealing the FBI’s FISA abuse is still a widespread ongoing problem.

Despite the overwhelming evidence of FISA abuse, there still has been zero indictments of Deep State officials.

Democrats Move Presidential Nominating Convention from mid-July to August 17th.

Republican Convention remains scheduled for August 24th.

Countries reject Chinese-made equipment

Dutch officials said that the masks did not fit and that their filters did not work as intended, even though they had a quality certificate.

After mocking Trump for promoting hydroxychloroquine, journalists acknowledge it might treat coronavirus

Journalists and top Democrats have beaten a similarly hasty retreat from their previous claims that Trump's ban on travel from China was both xenophobic and ineffective.

For many news outlets, the about-face has been stark. A Jan. 31 article in The New York Times quoted epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm as saying that Trump's decision to restrict travel from China was "more of an emotional or political reaction." Weeks later, though, the paper reported that dozens of "nations across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus," and did not criticize any of them for the move. See that news article here.

Similarly, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, went from threatening doctors who prescribed the drug with "administrative action" to requesting that the federal government ship her state some.  Other state leaders have followed suit, including Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak, also a Democrat.

The Washington Post ran a story quoting a Chinese official asking for "empathy" and slamming the White House for acting "in disregard of WHO [World Health Organization] recommendation against travel restrictions." In March, The Post finally acknowledged that critics accused China and WHO of "covering up or downplaying the severity of an infectious disease outbreak."

All of this is obviously nothing but bad politics by Democrats and the Chinese.

Humor for the Day

2 April 2020

Los Angelas County to Remove Up to 1.59 million "inactive" names from dirty voting rolls -- as part of Judicial Watch federal lawsuit settlement!

The 'Weiner Timeline:' How the FBI Gave Hillary Cover During the 2016 Election

CARES Act Summary (PDF)

Mnuchin says Social Security recipients will automatically get coronavirus checks

Australia begins testing 2 potential coronavirus vaccines, including one from US

Top NY Blood Center doctor says plasma coronavirus treatment looking 'promising'

1 April 2020

Putin sends military plane to U.S. with supplies to fight virus

China Concealed Extent of Virus Outbreak, U.S. Intelligence Says

Stacks of thousands of urns outside funeral homes in Hubei province have driven public doubt in Beijing’s reporting.

"The claim that the United States has more coronavirus deaths than China is false," Senator Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, said in a statement after Bloomberg News published its report. "Without commenting on any classified information, this much is painfully obvious: The Chinese Communist Party has lied, is lying, and will continue to lie about coronavirus to protect the regime."

"The reality is that we could have been better off if China had been more forthcoming," Vice President Mike Pence said.

How Obama’s failure to resupply respirators in federal stockpile created a 2020 crisis

March Shatters Monthly Gun Sales Record as U.S. Faces Down Threat of Coronavirus

More than 2.5 million guns sold in March

"Retailers have been telling us that the overwhelming majority of those buying firearms over the last month have been first-time gun owners. This puts to rest America's thoughts on gun-control ideas. Americans across the country chose to exercise their right to lawfully purchase a gun when their safety became more than a rhetorical question."

31 March 2020

Pandemic Puts the Screws to New York’s Mafia. In Italy, the Mobs Are Thriving.

Many of its money-making outlets have been shuttered. Traditional organized-crime rackets like betting and construction are bleeding the New York mafia dry. The American mafia families are also losing out on the extortion racket after restaurants and other entities close their doors under New York City’s "shelter in place" order.

But in Italy, the mobs are stronger than ever. Various criminal groups are involved in the construction of field hospitals and importation of medical supplies like masks and other equipment. But the real money will be made when the lockdown ends, when cash-strapped entrepreneurs will need loans. Those loans will be hard to secure from banks, which will take a huge hit.

30 March 2020

Army researchers at Fort Detrick who helped discover Ebola treatment seek coronavirus vaccine

These are the same army scientists who helped develop vaccines for anthrax, the plague and Ebola. Now, they have been working double shifts growing large amounts of the COVID-19 virus at this sprawling lab complex.

"We can test about 300 drugs or compounds in each plate."

They have used sneeze labs -- a technology the U.S. Army invented -- to test how the virus has spread through the air. "It would mimic you and I walking through someone's sneeze. There's a swirl of virus within droplets, so it doesn't exist just in air, but it's in fine droplets of many different sizes. Large droplets would land on your mouth and eyes, maybe on your hands, on surfaces, small droplets. You breathe them into your nostrils. Some of them make it past your projections, get deep into the lungs."

"We're going to find this vaccine and we're gonna win in the end."

FDA Authorizes Use of Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

The emergency-use authorization is for two oral prescription drugs, hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, which are used primarily to treat malaria, but are now being investigated by federal agencies. 30 million doses of hydroxychloroquine sulfate and one million doses of chloroquine phosphate have been donated. The FDA will allow the drugs to be distributed and prescribed by doctors to hospitalized teen and adult patients with COVID-19, as appropriate.

As of early Monday morning, the coronavirus has infected more than 143,000 people in the U.S. and at least 2,513 people have died from the respiratory illness.

Up to 10 percent of recovered coronavirus patients test positive again, China reports

As many as 10% of recovered coronavirus patients in China tested positive again after being discharged from the hospital, according to a report. So far there is no evidence to suggest that they are infectious. The five patients who tested positive again did not have any symptoms and none of their close contacts had been infected.

Surveillance of similar patients showed that 80 to 90% had no trace of the virus in their system one month after being discharged from the hospital.

Additionally, health officials around the world are testing the concept of taking plasma from someone who has been infected, processing it, and injecting the antibodies into a sick person to stimulate their immune system.

A choir decided to go ahead with rehearsal.

Now dozens of members have COVID-19 and two are dead.

"It seemed like a normal rehearsal, except that choirs are huggy places,” Burdick recalled. “We were making music and trying to keep a certain distance between each other." After 2 1/2 hours, the singers parted ways at 9 p.m. Nearly three weeks later, 45 have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or ill with the symptoms, at least three have been hospitalized, and two are dead.

Coronavirus kills 4 family members and sickens others after a dinner in New Jersey

Four dead, others sick, showing symptoms, and hospitalized

28 March 2020

74 actions taken by Trump to fight virus and bolster economy

What is France doing hoarding hydroxychloroquine when it could be used for treatment?

Hydroxychloroquine, a less toxic derivativeof chloroquine, is effective in inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro (PDF)

26 March 2020

Dow rallies more than 1,300 points, capping its biggest 3-day surge since 1931

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 1,351.62 points, or 6.4%, to close at 22,552.17

Is the Coronavirus as Deadly as They Say?

"Fear of Covid-19 is based on its high estimated case fatality rate—2% to 4% of people with confirmed Covid-19 have died, according to the World Health Organization and others. We believe that estimate is deeply flawed. The true fatality rate is the portion of those infected who die, not the deaths from identified positive cases."

The deaths from identified positive cases are “misleading” because of limited data.

"The real fatality rate could in fact be closer to 0.06%."

5 Major Paradigm Shifts The Wuhan Flu Crisis Has Revealed Americans Need

1. Communist China Is a Global Menace

2. Coronavirus Starkly Illustrates Globalism’s Downsides

3. We Must Establish Principles for Dealing with Crises

4. The GOP Needs a Real Response for Democrats’ Games

For Democrats, politics and their singular desire for power trumps all else. Simply put, for Democrats, the ends justify any and all means.

The fact that Republicans were so blindsided and befuddled by this in the coronavirus context indicates the GOP still lacks an understanding of the nature of their political adversary.

5. We Need to Get Our Fiscal House in Order

Democrats Do Not WANT a Middle Class

This goes way beyond Trump Derangement Syndrome. It’s derangement, but it’s also destruction and evil. An international pandemic may be no time for politics. But evil people are always political, because power is all they care about. They are exploiting this present crisis to overthrow Donald Trump and then secure the power they feel entitled to hold forever.

U.S. envoy blames China for endangering world with coronavirus

"First it tried to suppress the news," Ambassador Woody Johnson wrote in an article for The Times newspaper published on Thursday, adding that Beijing had then selectively shared critical information while stonewalling international health authorities.

Senator Marsha Blackburn hammers Chinese Communist Party for spreading Wuhan virus

Chinese censorship of Tik-Tok shows perversity of censorship – and the Chinese govt

Trump campaign threatens legal action over liberal super PAC ad

Huckabee expounds on the Deep State

Thoughts for the Day

                      – Dr. Michael Hurd

25 March 2020

Coronavirus Doesn’t Slow Trump’s Regulatory Rollbacks

Warren Buffett's Portfolio Loses $80 Billion – 32% – on Market Downturn

Humor for the Day

24 March 2020

Dow surges most since 2008 on hopes for stimulus

Trump, during Fox News coronavirus townhall, calls for re-opening economy by Easter: ‘We have to get back to work’

"We lose thousands and thousands of people a year to the flu. We don't turn the country off," Trump said during the interview.

"We lose much more than that to automobile accidents. We don't call up the automobile companies and say stop making cars. We have to get back to work."

Bipartisan House resolution condemns Chinese government over handling of coronavirus response

Condemns the Chinese government over its handling of the coronavirus outbreak, painting a stark picture of lies and mismanagement contributing to the pandemic that has infected nearly 390,000 people worldwide and killed more than 16,700.

This resolution comes as tensions between the U.S. and China are running high over the Chinese government's high-powered propaganda campaign seeking to paint itself as the global coronavirus savior while several U.S. officials and politicians, including President Trump, have taken to calling the coronavirus the "Chinese virus" in reference to its origins in Wuhan, a city in China.

China's relationship with WHO chief under scrutiny in wake of coronavirus outbreak

The cozy and symbiotic relationship between WHO chief Tedros and Chinese President Xi Jinping has some crying foul.

The coronavirus has been traced back to Wuhan, China, with the first case surfacing in late November, weeks before the Chinese government claimed it had.

The problem is that China's complacency at the beginning of the outbreak helped create the crisis. The WHO accelerated it.

By January 3rd, Chinese authorities had already ordered #COVID19 virus samples destroyed, silenced Wuhan doctors, and censored public concerns online.

Through it all, Tedros has defended China. "When he should have been focusing on global counter-pandemic efforts, Tedros instead was politicizing the crisis and helping Xi to shirk his responsibility for a series of wrongdoings in addressing the outbreak,"

Tedros is also accused of using the WHO platform to "defend the Chinese government's gross violation of human rights." As China knowingly misled the world, Tedros publicly praised the country for its "transparency."

Why did he do it? Some say keeping China happy has tremendous advantages for not only the WHO but also for Ethiopia, Tedros' home country. For more than a decade, Ethiopia's economy has been largely dependent on China. Beijing has shelled out hundreds of millions of dollars for mega-projects

Lately, China hasn't been happy with its investments in Ethiopia after projects failed to generate the kind of cash developers had hoped. If China pulls out of Ethiopia, the African country's economy could crumble -- something Tedros is desperate to avoid.

"The coronavirus pandemic has shown that Tedros is not fit to lead the WHO. Because of his leadership, the world may have missed a critical window to halt the pandemic or mitigate its virulence."

"The world is now battling rising infections and many countries have imposed restrictions. As leader of the WHO, Tedros should be held accountable for his role in mismanaging efforts to control the spread of the virus."

China takes another swipe at US media as NYT, WSJ and Washington Post pen open letter to Beijing

The Chinese government is too weak to handle criticism, and they stupidly resort to force and violence.

The Chinese government specifically called out an "insulting article with a blatantly racist headline" that was published in the Journal, which China claims "is unacceptable in any country."

It should be noted, freedom of the press is on the checklist of what it means to be a civilized country.

An Open Letter to the Chinese Government

The coronavirus pandemic sweeping across borders, sickening and killing people in nearly every country, and sending the world economy into a downward spiral, is a global challenge unlike any other in our lifetimes. Perhaps more than any major news event in modern history, this moment underscores the urgent importance of both probing, accurate, on-the-ground reporting from the centers of the pandemic and of sharing the information, insights and lessons that reporting reveals as widely as possible.

In this moment of shared crisis, China has decided to expel American journalists from a number of news organizations, including the three we oversee, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The New York Times. This move — made in retaliation for recent expulsions by the United States government — is one that we would protest under any circumstances. But it is uniquely damaging and reckless as the world continues the struggle to control this disease, a struggle that will require the free flow of reliable news and information.

We strongly urge the Chinese government to reverse its decision to force the Americans working for our news organizations to leave the country and, more broadly, to ease the growing crackdown on independent news organizations that preceded this action. The media is collateral damage in a diplomatic dispute between the Chinese and U.S. governments, threatening to deprive the world of critical information at a perilous moment.

The earliest reports on the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan and its rapid spread were brought to the outside world by the journalists who work for us in China, as well as their colleagues for other leading news organizations. We have sent our reporters to live for extended periods in the center of the outbreak to document the toll of the disease and the struggle to treat those afflicted with it. We have prominently featured news and analysis about China’s remarkable progress in reducing the spread of the virus through containment and mitigation. Even now, with some of our journalists facing imminent expulsion, they are reporting on how China is mobilizing state resources to develop vaccines that could offer hope to billions of people there and around the world.

Our news organizations are rivals. We compete with each other on the biggest stories, including this one. But on this matter we speak with a single voice. Both countries — and the rest of the world — benefit from having talented journalists, many of them fluent in Chinese and versed in Chinese culture, cover the world’s second largest economy, the center of global manufacturing, and, unfortunately, a population hard hit by one of the worst pandemics of modern times. Even when this crisis passes we believe both countries will continue to benefit from freer access to news and information about the other.

Amid tensions between superpowers, journalism bolsters strong, confident societies by providing to leaders and citizens important information and awareness to inform their lives and decisions — even, perhaps especially, when it is challenging to governments. We believe it is unambiguously in the interests of the people of both countries, as well as their leaders, to let journalists do their work.

William Lewis, Publisher, The Wall Street Journal
Fred Ryan, Publisher, The Washington Post
A. G. Sulzberger, Publisher, The New York Times

Dem Rep. Clyburn Told Colleagues Coronavirus Bill Is ‘Tremendous Opportunity to Restructure Things to Fit Our Vision’

Nancy Pelosi Ignores Bipartisan Wuhan Virus Relief Bill, Proposes 1,400 Pages Of Progressive Pipe Dreams

"Progressive"??? More like "more power to the government; increased restrictions on individuals' liberty"

Pelosi's Pork-a-Palooza

House Dems cram coronavirus bill with arts funding, union help, Obamaphones, voter registration, more

Republicans slam Nancy Pelosi's COVID-19 relief bill as a 'wish list'

Humor for the Day

Bella Hadid shares coronavirus do's and don'ts while eating burrito topless.

23 March 2020

Democrats block advancement of critical economic relief package

FLASHBACK VIDEO: Obama Went Golfing as H1N1 Swept Across USA

– 60 Million Cases and 12,000 Dead!

Nero fiddles while Rome burns ...

China threatens electronic strikes on Navy

The article was published Tuesday, the same day the Pacific Fleet announced on Twitter that the aircraft carrier strike group led by the USS Theodore Roosevelt, and the USS America, an amphibious assault carrier and leader of an expeditionary strike group, were conducting exercises in the South China Sea.

The large-scale military maneuvers are a direct challenge to China’s claims to control 90% of the South China Sea, despite an international court ruling several years ago rejecting those claims. The Global Times report said the carrier operations marked the third time in the past week that U.S. warships have “trespassed” into the sea.

From South Carolina's Congressman Jeff Duncan

Key coronavirus updates this morning:

There are currently at least 33,276 cases and 417 deaths in the United States, as reported by Johns Hopkins and other media sources. There are more than 335,957 cases worldwide, with more than 254,550 of those being outside China.

President Trump announced that he has activated the National Guard in New York, California, and Washington. The President has approved disaster declarations for New York and Washington, and California’s declaration should be approved soon. The President also instructed FEMA to supply:

President Trump also outlined the number of supplies that had been sent to New York state as of March 19:

The President also outlined the number of supplies sent to Washington state:

More than 254,000 Americans have been tested and received results for coronavirus, and more than 30,000 have tested positive. These numbers do not yet include local hospitals or private labs that have conducted tests. Commercial labs should be caught up with the backlog of testing by the middle of next week, and should prioritize inpatient testing going forward.

The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) announced that it is providing support for a U.S. phase 2/3 clinical trial to evaluate Regeneron Pharmaceutical’s Kevzara as a potential treatment for COVID-19. Kevzara is currently approved by FDA for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, and was developed under a collaboration between Regeneron and Sanofi. As a reminder, NIAID is also sponsoring a randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the antiviral remdesivir.

FDA announced that hospitals and other health care professionals can repurpose ventilators that were originally intended for other environments, such as using ventilators currently used in ambulances for patients treated inside facilities. FDA also said that manufacturers that would normally need FDA clearance to modify a ventilator could now do so without an agency review.

FDA provided additional information on the Cepheid point-of-care diagnostic test.  Cepheid says tests will begin to ship on Friday, March 27 with plans to begin testing on Monday, March 30.  The test uses a machine called GeneXpert that can run the full test in 45 minutes.  There are more than 23,000 automated GeneXpert systems worldwide and about 5,000 in the United States.

IBM is partnering with the Department of Energy and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to launch the COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium.  This will make supercomputing power available to help researchers with predictive models and model new potential therapies or a possible vaccine.


The State Department is making efforts to bring home Americans, including through commercial flights, chartered flights, and military transport. Any American abroad who needs assistance should contact their local U.S. embassy and register with the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program online or by calling 1-888-407-4747.

22 March 2020

Why long-term investors should never sell stocks in a panic

These three factors mentioned in the article must be considered together:

1. If an investor missed the S&P 500's 10 best days in each decade, total returns would be just 91%, strikingly below the 14,962% return for investors who held steady throughout the ups and downs.

2. The best days generally follow the worst days for stocks.

3. "Households," defined as retail investors (as well as some professionals such as hedge funds), are the only subset of shareholders that have "sold equities during each bear market since 1950."

Be sure to read the entire article; there is a wealth of good advice.

Remember this quote, from the book The The Capitalist Manifesto, by Ralph Benko and Bill Collier: Capitalism is the only economic system which anyone honestly can point to and say, "it has made substantive progress toward its seemingly utopian aims."

Political Health – The Motives of a Very, Very, Political Dr. Fauci…

There's been a debate about possible political motives surrounding the panic he has created; the massive economic damage he has inflicted; and the conflicting assertions of National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Doesn't look like any debate is needed at all. Fauci's motives are obvious.

N.H. residents sue over gatherings ban: 'We can choose to assemble if that is our desire'

David Binford, Eric Couture and Holly Rae Beene filed a lawsuit Tuesday, the day after Republican Gov. Chris Sununu issued the order prohibiting large scheduled gatherings for social, spiritual and recreational activities. They argue there is no emergency, and that the governor is violating their constitutional rights. "We can choose to assemble if that is our desire. What cannot occur is one man in a position of power deciding to strip us of our rights in the name of safety and without due process," Couture said in press release.

FBI Magically Finds More Classified Emails Transmitted Over Hillary Clinton’s Private Server – Including Discussion About Benghazi

The new emails include an October 13, 2012, message from Clinton telling private attorney Robert Barnett about a conversation with Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s senior advisor and deputy chief of staff, about Benghazi: “Jake and I were discussing the Benghazi security issue since he tried to tell [Redacted] would be asked about it but they didn’t think so. Might be good for you to call Jake too.” Clinton also mentions then-candidate Mitt Romney’s “47% remark,” referring to his dismissal of Obama voters as irresponsible.

from Richard Zuendt

Yesterday [on Facebook] I posted an article, from Rolling Stone, citing an article from It dealt with the idea that DOJ is studying the idea of suspending Constitutional Rights to enforce home quarantining. Some people feel that by posting such an article, from such source, I am pushing a liberal agenda. I don't think so, because it has happened before.

John Adams help pass what is known as the, Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798. These acts restricted the activities of foreign residents in the country and limited freedom of speech and of the press.

Abraham Lincoln, old honest Abe, suspended habeas corpus which allowed for the indefinite detention of 'disloyal persons' without trial.

Woodrow Wilson got congress to pass two laws, the Espionage Act and the Sedition Act. With these laws, no one could say anything "insulting or abusing the U.S. government, the flag, the Constitution or the military." If a person was found guilty of violating these rules they could receive a hefty fine and 20 years in prison.

Franklin Roosevelt, with a stroke of a pen, interned (really imprisoned) all those of Japanese origin. He also ordered the Secretary of Agriculture to implement a rule that actually told a person how much food they could grow for their own family. He had the opinion that the Constitution is "quaint" and outdated.

And in the fight against terrorism, George W. Bush justified arresting people “whom he and his agents determined to be this country’s enemies without obtaining a warrant, letting them hear the charges against them, or following other safeguards against wrongful punishment guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.

So I don't care who brought up the subject to start off with, we need to be aware of previous times that our government felt it was in our "best" interest to deny us our God given rights as Americans. Just remember, those who fail to study history, are doomed to repeat it.

Breaking: America Tests Positive For Socialism

In a tragic turn of events, America has announced that it has tested positive for socialism. Many began to suspect America had become infected when the government announced totalitarian lockdowns and a plan to print free money for everyone, and the test results confirmed the worst.

Thoughts for the Day

Capitalism is the only economic system which anyone honestly can point to and say, "it has made substantive progress toward its seemingly utopian aims."

Keep this quote by VP Mike Pence in mind when recalling where the Wuhan virus came from . . .

. . . and when considering China's current posturing.

21 March 2020

Schiff claims 'immunity' in bid to keep impeachment phone subpoenas secret

Judicial Watch is seeking to obtain subpoenas the House Intel Committee issued during the impeachment inquiry to get Americans’ phone records.

Prosecutors Surrender in Another Humiliating Defeat for Mueller

The former special counsel’s latest humiliation comes as the Justice Department moved on Monday to drop all charges against two Russian companies that Mueller accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election. A team of skilled American lawyers who demanded to examine the actual evidence. Prosecutors balked and stalled. Mueller and his team of partisans wasted 22 months and squandered more than $30 million dollars on an investigation of Russian “collusion” that never existed.

FBI Finds New Clinton Emails, Including Discussion about Benghazi and Additional Classified Material

Judicial Watch released 80 pages of new emails recently found by the FBI. With each passing round of discovery, the Court is left with more questions than answers.

Ambassador Nikki Haley’s speech on capitalism at the Hudson Institute

The Chinese: LIARS

20 March 2020

France makes 'massive' discovery that old medicines work against coronavirus

Researchers are turning to existing medication for potential use in a new coronavirus treatment.

Chloroquine: What to know about potential coronavirus treatment

Early symptom of coronavirus might be digestive issues

Digestion issues, not respiratory, may be indicator

After China Threatens to Cut Off Flow of Essential Drugs, Plunging U.S. ‘Into the Mighty Sea of Coronavirus,’ Sen. Cotton Acts

Long before the coronavirus crisis, Americans were concerned about China’s control over the U.S. drug supply. The Department of Defense "has long raised red flags about such dominance being a national security concern." Yet, the flow of cheap, generic pharmaceuticals and medical equipment continued to flow to the U.S. from China. Chinese pharmaceutical companies supply about 85 percent of U.S. antibiotics, 70 percent of acetaminophen and about 40 percent of heparin. Additionally, the majority of the key ingredients and raw materials used to manufacture essential drugs are supplied by China. And the Chinese are keenly aware of it, threatening to blackmail the U.S.

Hillary Clinton Approved Russian Uranium Deal After $2 Million Donation to Clinton Foundation

Canadian records show the chairman of Russian-owned Uranium One gave over $2 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation, which the Clintons’ didn’t disclose. At the same time, Russia pushed for control of a Canadian Uranium company. A Kremlin-connected bank promoting stock in the company also reportedly paid Bill Clinton $500,000 for a speech in Moscow. Eventually, the Russian-Canadian uranium deal was approved.

Thought for the Day

19 March 2020

Coronavirus swab test from UNC gets results in 4 hours, approved by FDA

University doctors believe they can test 300 patients a day

18 March 2020

CNN host credits Trump for 'remarkable' response to coronavirus pandemic:

'He is being the kind of leader that people need'

GOP Lawmaker Isn’t Scared of Coronavirus, Says 'More People Have Died From Knowing Hillary'

The World's Deadliest Religion

Posturing as enlightened and moral, leftism actually amounts to a bizarre cult

Journalists who condemn you as “racist” for referring to the Chinese or Wuhan coronavirus. Men who swear they are women. A presidential primary contest between a perpetually enraged old communist and a corrupt, excruciatingly senile politician who lies constantly. Giddy legislators high-fiving each other after legalizing abortion at 40 weeks – which is to say, legalizing infanticide. A political party obsessed with eliminating America’s borders, protecting criminals and dismantling law enforcement.

Leftism is a religion. Whether one calls it "leftism," "Marxism," "progressivism," "identity politics" or "wokeness," a bizarre and dangerous religious movement has infected the Democratic Party.

Facebook was marking legitimate news articles about the coronavirus as spam due to a software bug

The company is fixing the posts and bringing them back

17 March 2020

State-by-state coronavirus news

Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to "flatten the curve"

16 March 2020

Tyranny works better than Capitalism ???

NYC Mayor De Blasio urges 'nationalization' of key industries, calls coronavirus outbreak a 'war-like situation'

Coronavirus: Biotech company ships first batches of vaccine, to be tested on humans

Roughly 35 companies and academic institutions are rushing to create a vaccine and at least four have tested it on animals. Moderna, a biotech company in Massachusetts, has already shipped the first batches of its COVID-19 vaccine to the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It was said to be ready for human trials in April, but the first patient will receive an experimental dose today.

15 March 2020

Trump emerges as oil's white knight after worst week since 2008

The oil market hit a sharp downward spiral on Monday, with prices falling over 30 percent, as Saudi Arabia and Russia engaged in a price war, flooding the market with product. "They’re taking advantage of this coronavirus pandemic that’s sweeping the world to focus in on this industry and devastate it."

Trump tests negative for coronavirus, White House doctor says

Judicial Watch Obtains Records on Assistant U.S. Attorneys’ Attendance at Clinton Campaign Event

“Thank you so much for the invitation to this morning’s event! I was blown away by your incredible hospitality and can’t thank you enough for allowing us to crash that fabulous party. It was a really memorable morning.”

Robinson and Allen, both registered Democrats, took photos with Clinton at the fundraiser, held at the home of Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs and his wife, Joan.

Within months of the fundraiser, Rep. Hunter became the first sitting member of Congress to publicly endorse Clinton’s opponent in the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump.  Robinson became acting U.S. Attorney in January 2017, and her office commenced its investigation of Hunter and his wife the following month.

The Hatch Act generally prohibits federal employees from participating in political activities while on duty, and Department of Justice regulations impose further restrictions on prosecutors. Rules of professional conduct prohibit attorneys from knowingly making false statements of material fact to a tribunal or failing to correct such statements. They also require truthfulness in statements to others.

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14 March 2020

Researchers in U.S., China uncover how coronavirus hijacks human cells

Dems Prove They Want To WEAKEN America

Spygate Could Make Watergate Look Like A Third-Rate Burglary

Mainstream media ignore report of Joe Biden's brother facing fraud allegations

Despite coronavirus, Trump administration still delivering long-term economic wins

Even The New York Times had to concede that Trump was overseeing "blockbuster" job creation. 273,000 new jobs were added in February, bringing the 2020 total to over half a million. These numbers are up significantly from last year's average of 179,000 jobs, putting this year on pace to be one of the strongest of the decade.

Despite the short-term harm caused by coronavirus, jobless claims actually went down by roughly 4,000 this past week as compared to the week before.

The president prevented China from winning control of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WPO) – the United Nations agency that protects patents and IP from theft in the global economy. This victory was crucial because China has routinely stolen U.S. innovators' intellectual property, costing the U.S. between $225 and 600 billion a year. While the administration has cracked down on it in the past by passing the USMCA trade deal, this move is far more crucial because it has solidified a pro-IP stalwart in one of the highest positions of authority for a full six years.

President Trump is already delivering on his second term pledge to keep America great

U.S.-Backed Candidate for Global Tech Post Beats China’s Nominee

Humor for the Day

13 March 2020

Tracking chart for the current status on the Coronavirus

Coronavirus vaccine development: Where does it stand?

Seattle woman infected with coronavirus says 'don’t panic' when recounting battle with deadly illness

Ireland and Britain aren’t part of Trump’s coronavirus travel ban. This is why.

Trump’s travel ban applies only to countries within the "Schengen area"

Apple says reopening all its branded stores in China

CNN blasted for now declaring 'Wuhan virus' as 'racist' after weeks of network's 'China's coronavirus' coverage

12 March 2020

Coronavirus becomes a pandemic: What to know about the classification

Coronavirus in the U.S.: Map of where cases have been confirmed across the country

11 March 2020

Over 50,000 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus Around the World, According to Johns Hopkins

Romney to 'immediately resign'? Utah GOP may push for Mitt to quit

'He's now officially a member of the resistance & should be expelled'

The Utah Republican Party is reportedly considering multiple resolutions following Sen. Mitt Romney’s vote to convict President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial, including a resolution calling for his resignation.

Brit Hume warns Biden's gaffes suggest former VP 'is losing his memory and is getting senile'

Clyburn calls for shutting Dem primary down, canceling debates after Biden surge

Put somebody senile as the Democrat candidate???

10 March 2020

Trump to fight coronavirus economic impact with payroll tax cut proposal and other programs

Coronavirus 'highly sensitive' to high temperatures, but don’t bank on summer killing it off

Biden, on video, lashes out at Detroit worker in profanity-laced gun dispute

The worker told Biden, "You're working for me, man," and told Biden that he saw an online video supporting his claim that Biden is hostile to the Second Amendment. Biden, pointing at the individual as they were mere inches apart in the middle of a crowd, said he's not working for him.

The politician who forgets that he works for the citizens does not belong in politics.

And we all can, should, and must say, "Not my President!"

Sanders' campaign faces make-or-break moment in Michigan primary

Man Punched Trump Supporter After Being Triggered by MAGA Hat — Now He’s Facing Years in Prison

Does New York's Red Flag law apply to Chuck Schumer?

9 March 2020

2,400 in U.S. dead from flu
    21 in U.S. dead from coronavirus
    (3 plus 18 in nursing home in Wa. state)

COVID-1 – Coronavirus Q&A with Dr. Harish Moorjani

Schumer’s Supreme Court saga not over, as GOP presses forward on historic censure

8 March 2020

'Can anyone In This Room Remember A Better Time To Be An American Conservative?': Mike Pompeo Touts Trump Admin At CPAC

Priorities of keeping American citizens safe at home and abroad and "advancing American values"

Takes aim at the "people who’ve said for years that we could never do exactly what we’ve done."

"Can we all agree that the world is a better place because these people (terrorists, ISIS) are gone?"

"America and president Trump mean business, they know that America is a force for good."

Gun owner who went viral wins North Carolina lieutenant governor GOP primary

Robinson said that President Trump has done a "fantastic" and phenomenal job, attributing to the commander in chief an unprecedented low African-African American and female unemployment rate. "He’s truly proven that conservative principles make life better for average everyday Americans. He’s proven that every day that he’s in the White House."

Florida woman arrested after filing nearly 120 false voter registration applications

Italy Locks Down the Country’s North to Fight Coronavirus

The Italian government is locking down 17 million people—more than a quarter of its population—including in Milan, the surrounding Lombardy region and 14 neighboring provinces, in the most sweeping steps any European country has prepared to take against the coronavirus epidemic. Those provinces include Venice, Parma and Modena.

Italy has had the largest number of infections outside Asia.

Italy had confirmed 5,883 coronavirus cases by Saturday, of which 233 people had died.

The quarantine will be effective from Sunday until April 3.

7 March 2020

Democrat Operative Admits: We’ve Been Rigging Elections “for 50 Years”

"We’ve been bussing people in to deal with you for 50 years and we’re not going to stop now," said Scott Foval, until recently the national field director for left-wing group Americans United for Change.

Foval goes into great details about how fraudulent out-of-state voters are hired on at fake 'shell companies' just so they can register to vote and are then paid for their votes through 'paychecks' from those same entities. Foval goes on to detail how the operatives bring people in to different states, using their own personal vehicles or by having shell companies rent vehicles, instead of using busses which would make it easier to prove a conspiracy.

Co-conspirator Robert Creamer is a veteran Chicago activist and convicted felon who is thought to have planned Democrats' political strategy during the push for Obamacare in 2009 and 2010. Creamer is also the co-founder of Democracy Partners, a consulting group that apparently contracts directly with the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC, and that works with an array of super PACs. He visited the Obama White House more than 340.

FISA court blocks FBI agents linked to Carter Page probe from seeking wiretaps, other surveillance

Colorado Congressman Ken Buck to Joe Biden and Beto O'Rourke: "Come and take it."

Trump's Town Hall with Fox News Was Most-Watched Election Town Hall In Cable News History

Pelosi Delayed Coronavirus Funding Bill So Dems Could Run Anti-GOP Ads

6 March 2020

9-seat flip: Results of congressional races in California are terrifying for Democrats

Nine of the seats are poised to be flipped from blue to red while the one red district at risk looks like it may stay red in November.

Trump announces Mark Meadows to replace Mick Mulvaney

as White House chief of staff

"I want to thank Acting Chief Mick Mulvaney for having served the Administration so well. He will become the United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland. Thank you!" Trump said.

U.S. has persuasive intel Taliban do not intend to abide by terms of peace deal

Source: FBI Agents Believe an 'Inside Deal' Protected Hillary Clinton

A week before the DOJ closed the case, Attorney General Loretta Lynch privately met with Bill Clinton

Senate Will Vote on Motion to Censure Chuck Schumer for Threatening Gorsuch and Kavanaugh Over Pro-Life Law

“I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind and you will pay the price, Schumer yelled into the mic before a crowd of abortion supporters. You won’t know what hit you if you go through with these awful decisions.”

5 March 2020

Trump: I love being president, we are doing more than anyone could imagine

Trump moves forward with cutting off funds to sanctuary cities: 'Do not protect criminals!'

A dog tested positive for coronavirus, but nobody knows what that means yet

U.S. Imam: 'Islamists Have The RIGHT To Take The Property Of Christians And Jews'

The World Is Experiencing a New Form of Autocracy

Today’s authoritarians use legal measures to subvert constitutional constraints on their power.

Boeing has a plan to turn the B-1B into a supersonic gunship

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4 March 2020

Democrat delegate counts after Super Tuesday

Trump: Coronavirus outbreak 'not a surprise' because of China
        US 'would even help Iran' deal with virus, the president says

Mnuchin issues SALT slam, tells New York, California to cut taxes

Mystery Objects Simultaneously Emerge From Hangars Again

At Secretive Tonopah Airport

Humor for the Day

3 March 2020

Ivanka Trump – from Democrat to 'proud Trump Republican'

Will Trump pick Nikki Haley for his second-term VP?

Hillary Clinton faces a Catch-22 in deposition over private email server

Super Tuesday guide: The states, the stakes, who's in contention and more

President Trump is Giving African Americans Hope for a Better Future

President Trump has kept his promises to the African American community, which is prospering like never before under his leadership.

Did Democrats Just Create a Path for Trump to Take California?

Assembly Bill 5, or AB5, went into effect on Jan. 1, essentially making the gig economy illegal in the state. All workers are classified as employees unless they:
1. perform their work independent of supervision;
2. have an established business doing the same sort of work for multiple customers;
3. are doing work that isn’t part of the company’s core business.
The law effectively bans Uber, Lyft, freelance journalism, the Lake Tahoe Music Festival, the Island City Opera in Alameda, and others. Roughly a million jobs are put at risk by AB5.

U.S. Army Vet & Senate Candidate:

We Must Counter the Socialism Movement of Envy and Confiscation

One in Ten Members of Iran’s Parliament Has Coronavirus

The same Iranian lawmakers who routinely chant "death to America" are going to be dependent on America's pharmaceutical industry to save them from the coronavirus.

Good news!
The President Is Winning His War on American Institutions   (sic)

How Trump is destroying the civil service - aka Deep State - and bending the government to his will.

Nunes says Subpoenas "Ready to Go" for "Dirty Cops" in FBI, DOJ

if GOP Wins Back the House

Is this "winning the war against American Institutions", too?

Big Tech Executives Tell Dems 'Anyone but Sanders'

Talk about old-style back-room politics ...

DNC Chair says Donna Brazile says

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel can 'go to hell' over 'rigged' comments

AOC Gets Introduced to Democrat History 101 After

Rant About ‘the Causes of Bigotry and Discrimination’

Voter asks Mike Bloomberg how he can 'justify' his gun control agenda

while having armed security for himself

"Does your life matter more than mine, or my family's, or these people's?"

The Danger of the Attacks on the Electoral College

2 March 2020

How COVID-19 (Corona virus) Spreads

Behavioural immunisation against the coronavirus

Baltimore sees more than 50 homicides so far in 2020,
        activists say city 'was never like this'

Federal judge orders Hillary Clinton deposition to address private emails:
        'Still more to learn'
        request from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch

SCOTUS to look at Affordable Care Act, determine its constitutionality

1 March 2020

Here’s what the Democratic presidential candidates want to do to your taxes

Billionaire Republican buys major Twitter stake, may oust CEO amid GOP concerns of bias

South Carolina primary: Joe Biden's weakest results came from the Upstate
        Operation Chaos? Five of top seven counties for Sanders in the Upstate

How simple Chinese farmers exposed the failures of socialism: 'The Unauthorized History of Socialism'

Traces the history of socialism from its first failed experiment in America to the collapse of the Soviet Union, to its apparent revival today.

Is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau constitutional? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide
The for-cause provision is likely to be ruled as unconstitutional

Will La Niña Develop and Boost the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season?

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