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U.S. Lawmakers Draft Resolution Condemning China For COVID-19 Inaction

In a resolution that enjoys bipartisan support in the House of Representatives, Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) is condemning the Chinese government for the actions, and perhaps more importantly, the lack of actions the regime took in the face of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Together with the support of Reps. Seth Moulton (D-MA), Kevin Hern (R-OK), Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), Dan Crenshaw ...

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Primaries Paused: 13 States Put Elections on Hold for Coronavirus

The coronavirus is taking an extraordinary toll on American life. According to analysts at Goldman Sachs, shutdowns and shelter-in-place orders have already cost the economy millions of jobs. They expect that more than 2 million people will file for unemployment within the next week – a prediction that, if true, would be the highest number in this country’s history. The ...

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First Two U.S. Lawmakers Come Down With COVID-19

On Wednesday, it became official: The coronavirus pandemic has hit Capitol Hill. While lawmakers in Washington are hard at work pushing out bills that will help stop the spread of COVID-19 and stem the financial disaster that appears to be forming like a hurricane around the edges of the U.S. economy, two congressman announced that they have come down with ...

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Washington’s Bipartisan Push to Make China Pay for Coronavirus Costs

In an interview with Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson on Monday night, Rep. Jim Banks (R-Indiana) said that there were lawmakers on both sides of the aisle in Washington eager to make China pay a financial penalty for their failure to contain the coronavirus. While we’re sure that some Democrats are still so married to political correctness that they’ll call ...

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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Blows Up Democrat-Fueled Coronavirus Myths

There’s a great deal of misinformation going around about the coronavirus, and while some of it is just your usual ignorance and social media nonsense, a lot of it is specifically designed and targeted to make President Trump look bad. On Saturday, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) took to Twitter to debunk the worst of these falsehoods in an effort to ...

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New Research: Unborn Babies May Feel Pain at 13-Week Mark

According to new research conducted by scientists in the UK, unborn babies may be capable of registering feelings of pain as early as 13 weeks into the gestation process. If true, this bombshell discovery could have wide-ranging ramifications on the abortion industry, which has relied on previous science that says fetuses are incapable of feeling pain before the 24-week mark. ...

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Ugly New World: Columnist Fired for Saying There Are Only Two Sexes

The Ugly New World Order is upon us. Over in the UK, a woman was fired for “misgendering” people on Twitter (which is another word for actually using the correct pronouns to describe someone’s actual sex). And over here, things aren’t much better. Jon Caldara, a columnist for the Denver Post, has been fired for arguing the ever-so-controversial biological reality ...

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“Chills and Fever”: Justice Ginsburg Goes Back Into the Hospital

Well, since the swamp media felt A-OK about speculating on President Donald Trump’s fitness for office after he went to Walter Reed for a physical, we suppose there’s no reason to feel any compunction about doing the same with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. According to the Supreme Court, RBG spent the weekend in the hospital after coming down with “chills ...

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Wired Magazine Extols the “Glorious Victories of Trans Athletes”

In a piece this week, Wired author Christie Aschwanden approached the touchy topic of transgender athletes with the deceitful premise that she would give both sides of the argument a fair shake. But not only is this premise undermined by two paragraphs in, it is actually exposed by the URL of the article itself. While the piece is titled “Trans ...

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Judge Blocks Georgia’s Controversial Heartbeat Abortion Law

Federal Judge Steve Jones applied a preliminary injunction against Georgia’s new heartbeat abortion law this week in what many observers are calling a “blow against the pro-life movement.” While it’s certainly true, however, that this would seem like that at first glance, a closer examination might reveal that this is what Republicans in the state were more or less counting ...

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