Month: April 2020

Gavin Newsom Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom has lost the consent of the governed. A county in Northern California announced it will be reopening its schools, hair salons and restaurants on Friday. Modoc County, a small county of about 9,000 people located in northeastern California will be reopening because it has zero Coronavirus cases. Ned Coe,
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President Donald Trump said Thursday he was open to bringing his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, back into the administration, amid new information casting a shadow of impropriety over the FBI’s case against the retired lieutenant general.  “I would certainly consider it. Yeah, I would,” Trump said at a White House press conference Thursday.
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A church in Illinois has filed a lawsuit against Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker for violating the First Amendment and the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The lawsuit, filed by the Thomas More Society on behalf of The Beloved Church in Lena, claims that the governor has a “hostility” towards religious faith. Pastor Steve Cassell is
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Former FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok intervened at the last minute in early 2017 to stop the bureau from closing an investigation into Michael Flynn, the incoming national security adviser, according to government files unsealed Thursday. The FBI was investigating Flynn and several other Trump campaign associates at the time for possible links to Russia
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Many Americans are rightfully concerned about the status of the country’s meat supply during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, there are no simple answers to help address those concerns, and the situation is constantly changing.  The following is a Q&A regarding the current status of the meat (including poultry) supply and provides a few recommendations that
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Founder and president of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk speaks at CPAC at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md., February 28, 2019. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) Turning Point USA, a young conservative political organization run by Charlie Kirk, applied for a $1.2 million small business coronavirus loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), only to publicize an
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President Donald Trump speaks during the coronavirus response daily briefing at the White House, April 10, 2020. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) The Senate Republican campaign committee recently circulated a memo suggesting that the party’s candidates attack China, and their opponents’ softness on it, rather than defending President Trump’s response to the coronavirus. When the news broke it
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“No idea.” That was the only answer state and local officials had. When a federal elections commission started asking questions, not one person had any explanation for the 28.3 million mail-in ballots that have gone missing since 2012. As far as they’re concerned, 1 in 5 absentee votes just vanished. No one knows if it’s fraud, system
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The U.S. intelligence community is seriously examining the possibility that the novel coronavirus could have entered the human population in Wuhan due to a laboratory accident, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence confirmed in a statement Thursday. “The [intelligence community] will continue to rigorously examine emerging information and intelligence to determine whether the
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In March, in response to the public-health emergency of COVID-19, Congress passed three large pieces of legislation in short order and with relatively little friction. Even the third and by far the largest of these bills, a $2 trillion economic relief measure that did involve some bargaining and partisan confrontations, was drafted quickly and pretty
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America’s initial response to the coronavirus pandemic rightly prioritized good public health policy. Now, Washington is focusing on getting Americans safely back to work. The aim is to preserve livelihoods as well as lives. However, the plan put forward so far is missing some key pieces, parts that need to be added to ensure the safety, prosperity, and freedom of Americans long into the future. While the White House has been steering
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O’Keefe strikes again! Project Veritas spoke to several funeral directors in New York who are doubting the legitimacy of COVID-19 labeled death certificates. “To be honest with you, all the death certificates, they’re writing COVID on all the death certificates whether they had a positive test, whether they didn’t, so I think, you know again
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Having an online marketing strategy is crucial for every business in 2020. With Instagram as the new undisputed king of social media networks, growing your account on this platform is imperative to establishing a prominent presence in today’s market. Many people choose to increase their Instagram follower count by buying an audience or through bots.
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The Trump administration has acted to ensure that no funds from the new Paycheck Protection Program, set up to assist small businesses battered by COVID-19, will go to Planned Parenthood.  “President Trump is committed to ensuring Paycheck Protection Program money is used for saving jobs at small businesses, not getting the government into the business
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured News, Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch April 30, 2020 President Donald Trump delivers remarks Thursday on the ongoing efforts to protect the nations senior citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under
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Senate records pertaining to allegations against 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden are stored at the University of Delaware and controlled by top officials with monetary ties to the former vice president, according to records reviewed by Fox News. As Biden faces increased scrutiny for allegations of sexual assault made against him by Tara Reade, pressure
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A former financial regulator who backed Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential candidacy and is a board member on a China-owned bank is reportedly the top candidate for a job policing coronavirus bailout funds. The top candidate — businesswoman Sheila Bair — has in the past said the United States should “learn from China” on how to
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