A Harsh Lesson From the Coronavirus

If anything good can come from the coronavirus pandemic, it is the revelation of America’s overreliance on China, especially when it comes to drugs. Interviewed by NBC News, retired Brigadier General John Adams said, “Basically, we’ve outsourced our entire industry to China. That is a strategic vulnerability.” Adams spent his 30-year military career as an intelligence officer, a military attache

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Ted Cruz Explodes On Democrat Senators And Media For Blocking Coronavirus Bailout Bill While Americans Die

On Monday afternoon, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, exploded on Democrat senators and their media allies for blocking a $1.8 trillion coronavirus spending bill. On Sunday night, Democrats in the Senate blocked the bill, complaining it had too much money for corporations and not enough for individuals. Republicans are missing five senators, all of whom are quarantining, bringing the vote to

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Huh: Former Planned Parenthood president says if it were up to doctors like her, ‘we’d save as many people as possible’

There really isn’t much to say here other than Dr. Leana Wen was president of Planned Parenthood for about 10 minutes before getting the boot for not being radical enough. There’s a lot of rending of garments of Twitter Monday night because President Trump said it’s not sustainable to keep the entire country shut down and there has to be

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Trump Flirts With a Less-Aggressive Coronavirus Response, Echoing Fox News

From The Washington Post: Fox News’s weekend programming isn’t its calling card, but it may be having a significant impact on the course of the U.S. government’s coronavirus response. Since Sunday night, Trump has telegraphed newfound sympathy for the idea of a less-aggressive effort to combat the coronavirus once the current 15-day plan expires. Trump tweeted just before midnight on

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Public health and economic prosperity

I think it’s fair to describe Charles Lane, a Washington Post columnist, as left of center. I would also describe him as a sensible guy. In his latest op-ed, Lane argues, as we have at Power Line, that ​​in dealing with the current public health crisis, the U.S. must be mindful of the economic side of the equation. Indeed, he

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Abortion and Coronavirus: Here’s What You Need to Know

Abortion remains an issue of significance across the country even as the coronavirus spreads. As the crisis unfolds, policymakers must ensure that life-affirming policies that protect innocent, unborn life remain an integral part of our nation’s response, both legislatively and administratively. An initial draft of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which President Donald Trump recently signed into law, did

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Tokyo Olympics Delayed, ‘Likely’ For A Year, Due To Wuhan Virus

With no end to the Wuhan virus pandemic in sight, the 2020 Summer Olympics will be postponed, the International Olympic Committee said Monday. Committee member Dick Pound made the announcement in an interview with USA Today. “On the basis of the information the IOC has, postponement has been decided,” Pound told the paper. “The parameters going forward have not been determined,

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‘Shame on you, truly’: Nancy Pelosi’s daughter Christine Pelosi reacts to Rand Paul’s COVID19 diagnosis with utterly ‘disgusting’ take

Yesterday, GOP Sen. Rand Paul announced that he’d tested positive for COVID19. Sen. Mitt Romney, who spent time near Sen. Paul, announced that he would be self-quarantining as a precautionary measure: He told us the other day his biggest personal concern was not getting this because his wife has MS. Now he can’t see her for almost 2 weeks. https://t.co/4S2H8WoJ5F

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

Judicial Watch: FBI Finds New Clinton Emails – Includes Classified Information and Discloses that Clinton Used Text Messages for Government Business The State Department did not provide information about where the emails were found; why they were not previously produced; or if additional records are anticipated. Last month, a Justice Department attorney could not tell a federal court judge how

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