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House Democrats unveil coronavirus economic response package

House Democrats late Wednesday night introduced emergency legislation to help reduce the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak by providing financial backing to those most immediately affected, including an expansion of paid sick leave and unemployment benefits. A vote is expected Thursday, just before lawmakers leave Washington for a previously scheduled week-long recess. The bill is expected […]

Posted inWorld News

Coronavirus becomes a pandemic: What to know about the classification

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus that’s now sickened more 100,000 people across the world has officially been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) — weeks after WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in February that the outbreak of the virus, and the disease it causes –COVID-19– “absolutely” had the potential to become a pandemic. “WHO […]

Posted inHealth

In battle against virus, Trump restricts travel from Europe

Taking dramatic action, President Donald Trump sharply restricted passenger travel from 26 European nations to the U.S. and moved to ease the economic cost of a viral pandemic that is roiling global financial markets and disrupting the daily lives of Americans. Trump, in a rare Oval Office address to the nation Wednesday night, said the […]

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Reflections on original sin, the totalitarianism of the Left and America’s Christian root

Grégoire Canlorbe, A Conversation With David Horowitz Editor’s note: The following interview with David Horowitz was conducted by French independent scholar, Grégoire Canlorbe. Visit his site at: Canlorbe: Thank you for joining me David Horowitz. You have long established yourself as a Jewish intellectual committed to the defense of your homeland America and its Protestant values. While […]

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Ann Coulter, Some people see Elizabeth Warren’s poor showing on Super Tuesday as just another Democratic hopeful losing her bid. I see something darker. I see the ugly heart that beats beneath our supposed “democracy.” Frankly, I’m afraid. Warren’s exit from the race is Brett Kavanaugh’s sneering grimace as he attempted to rape and murder […]

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Coronavirus Proves that You Can’t Rely on Government

Rachel Marsden, PARIS — As of this writing, there have been 1,412 confirmed cases of the coronavirus here in France, and 30 people have died from it. In a country where it’s customary to spend the first several minutes of each workday air-kissing the cheeks of your colleagues, it’s a miracle this virus hasn’t KO’d […]

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Chuck Schumer and Judicial Activism

Jerry Newcombe, Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on an abortion case out of Louisiana. The law in question mandates that an abortionist have access to a hospital in case something goes wrong. Abortions go wrong more often than we are led to believe. Federal law does not require clinics to report abortion complications and […]

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Trump to address nation from Oval Office amid coronavirus spread

In an effort to calm the country and address the fears surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, President Trump is set to address the nation from the Oval Office inside the White House on Wednesday, at 9 p.m. ET. The commander-in-chief announced the address in two separate tweets earlier Wednesday. “I will be addressing the Nation this evening at […]