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On Sunday’s Velshi show, MSNBC host Ali Velshi joined left-wing activist Reverend William Barber in complaining that taxes on the wealthy aren’t higher, and dismissed the benefits to society contributed by the wealthy. He also invoked Marie Antoinette against the Trump administration over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. At 9:35 a.m. Eastern, Velshi turned
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MSNBC allowed Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace to host their coverage of Saturday’s White House Coronavirus Task Force daily briefing and, predictably, she twice interrupted to rip President Trump with like-minded guests Kimberly Atkins and Steve Schmidt. In Schmidt’s case, he blabbered that Trump was “completely over his head,” “incoherent,” “mentally….unraveling,” and “rambling.” After
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Commies Gotta Commie As we discussed in last Wednesday’s Briefing, the already awful American mainstream media has managed to become even more irresponsible since the coronavirus took center stage in America’s collective stay-at-home consciousness. Every day, they find new ways to reinforce the “Enemy of People” status that they have been earning every day in
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Liberals are unhappy right now that Donald Trump’s getting all the free air time for coronavirus press briefings, while Joe Biden can’t really campaign. This doesn’t mean Biden isn’t getting sappy, unchallenging interviews. That’s certainly going to be true when the interviewer is NBC’s Jimmy Fallon, who often treated the Obamas like they were the
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With the grave coronavirus pandemic worsening this week, the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefings have been far more sobering and less combative than past episodes. Sunday and Monday featured fireworks, but it wasn’t until Friday’s that tensions resurfaced as President Trump squared off in two exchanges with CNN’s Jim Acosta and CBS’s Weijia Jiang
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True story: A friend of mine was in the military and fell in love with a local national. Military doctors and the base command have to approve when a troop marries a local, so the bride-to-be had to undergo a medical examination via a military doctor on the base. That doctor took X-rays, blood tests
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The Wall Street Journal reported that 1.2 Million N95 masks were flown from China to Massachusetts on Thursday. What was particularly noteworthy was the fact that the plane used to transport this precious cargo was owned by none other than the 6-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. The deal with China was negotiated by the
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Many Democrats and much of the media claim that President Donald Trump has mishandled and continues to mishandle the response to the coronavirus pandemic. But a Johns Hopkins study found the United States is better prepared for a pandemic than any other country. Released in October 2019, the Global Health Security Index examined 195 countries
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The Islamic worldview—even concerning things such as disease (e.g., coronavirus)—is fundamentally based on a dichotomy: Anything and everything non-Islamic is evil, dirty, to be shunned, hated, and struggled against (“jihad”); anything Islamic is good, clean, to be embraced, loved, and struggled on behalf. A Christian youth recently found this out the hard way. Saleem Masih,
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Congress passed and the president signed a $2 trillion “stimulus” bill. “Not enough!” shrieked politicians. They said the government must do more. They demanded President Donald Trump reactivate the Defense Production Act, a 1950 law that lets government force companies to make things. Trump hesitated. That upset lovers of big dictatorial government. They demanded the
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Israel has been providing the Palestinians in both the West Bank and Gaza with crucial aid against the coronavirus—not simply out of love and charity, but because populations in such close proximity to each other have a mutual interest in tackling the problem. Israel fears the security implications of a meltdown of Palestinian society in
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Last February 15 marked the five year anniversary of the martyrdom of 21 Christians—20 from Egypt and one from Ghana.  One human rights group summarized the incident in a statement: This week in 2015, 21 men were brutally beheaded on a Mediterranean beach in Libya, by members of ISIS. They had been captured by ISIS
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Even amid the throes of the coronavirus crisis, with Americans either at home or practicing heavy social distancing, many companies are looking to hire. Many essential businesses, like grocery stores and delivery companies, need more workers to meet demand. Many other companies have transitioned to telework, and some telework companies may also be hiring. This
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