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The Left Exploits The Trauma Of Racism

Over the past several days, Americans have watched in horror as the cities of the country have turned to war zones. Monuments have been defaced, buildings have been reduced to ash, and private businesses have been pillaged by those ostensibly demanding some kind of advancement in “justice.” Yet these riots — sparked by the horrific killing of George Floyd at ...

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How China’s Media, Which Masked Crucial COVID Data, Is Covering The Floyd Protests

Chinese state media is using the George Floyd protests as an opportunity to attack the United States. “Racism in the US has victimized many blacks, Asians, and other minorities, and the feeling of white supremacy has become more obvious,” reads an article published by People’s Daily, which has been accused of being a mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party. The article ...

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16-Year-Old Detroit Teen Stands Out As Leading Voice For Peace Amid Floyd Protests

16-year-old Stefan Perez unexpectedly found himself at the center of a large Detroit protest over the death of George Floyd. As the city approached its 8 P.M. curfew, with police equipped in riot gear prepared to disperse the crowds of protesters along Detroit’s Michigan Avenue, Perez emerged as one of the leading voices at the scene. (RELATED: Man Protesting George ...

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First Coronavirus Death In Europe Confirmed, Death Toll At 1,666

The first coronavirus death in Europe happened in Paris on Friday, French health officials confirmed. That brings the death toll internationally to 1,666 as the highly contagious illness continues to spread. The patient in France was an 80-year-old Chinese tourist from Hubei, the epicenter of coronavirus, French health minister Agnès Buzyn said Saturday. He had been in the hospital for weeks ...

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Coronavirus Deaths Surpass 800, Killing More Patients Than SARS

Deaths from coronavirus in China hit 811 by Sunday, surpassing the number of patients who died from SARS, according to the Chinese National Health Commission. Confirmed infections reached about 37,200 as governments worldwide are trying to stop further advancement of the outbreak. SARS, a similar contagious respiratory illness, killed 774 people between 2002 and 2003, The New York Times reported. ...

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College Student In Boston Confirmed With Coronavirus, NYC Patient Being Tested

Health officials in Massachusetts confirmed a college student in Boston has been infected with coronavirus, marking the eighth case across the United States. The male University of Massachusetts Boston student had recently returned from traveling in Wuhan, China, the city officials believe is where the virus originated, according to the state’s Department of Public Health. He is under quarantine and ...

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Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 200 As Outbreak Impacts Travelers Worldwide

The death toll from coronavirus hit 213 by Thursday evening, the Chinese government reported, as health officials internationally are fighting to deal with the deadly outbreak. The total count of infected patients is edging toward 9,800, according to The New York Times, which cited data from the Chinese and World Health Organization. Six people have been diagnosed with the virus ...

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Fifth Case Of Coronavirus In US Occurs As Death Toll Climbs In China

Three more Americans have been diagnosed with coronavirus, bringing the total number of infected patients to five in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday. While the agency deemed the risk for Americans to be low, there are an estimated 3,000 cases in China, according to The New York Times. Wuhan, the Chinese city ...

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‘Damn Right It Is’: Female 2A Advocates Say The Right To Bear Arms Is A Woman’s Right

Activists at Monday’s Second Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia, said gun rights are essential for all Americans, especially women. “We have families to protect, but it’s more than protection. It was guaranteed by the Founding Fathers that all the amendments are our protection against a tyrannical government,” one woman said. “If we start chiseling away at this, we’ll start chiseling ...

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Airports Around The World Ramp Up Health Checks As Coronavirus Death Toll Rises To 6

Airports around the world, including the United States, are taking extra health precautions as a coronavirus spreads to four countries and its death toll rises to six as of Tuesday. There are about 300 infected people in total as the virus spreads to other countries among Chinese travelers: Japan, South Korea and Thailand. A Taiwanese woman who recently returned to ...

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‘Unprecedented Tragedy’: Two Police Officers Reported Shot, Killed In Honolulu

At least two police officers in Honolulu, Hawaii, were reportedly killed Sunday after a fatal shooting. The suspect allegedly set his neighborhood ablaze and injured a third officer. Four homes were damaged as a result, according to local outlet Hawaii News Now. “I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of the two officers as ...

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Kevin McCarthy On Impeachment: This Was ‘Never About The Rule Of Law’

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy criticized the Democratic majority’s impeachment efforts Wednesday, saying there has been an “issue with fairness” ever since the process began.   “Let’s be honest — this was never about persuasion, it was never about the rule of law,” McCarthy said of impeachment proceedings. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to ...

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The Myth Of An Epidemic Of Racist Police Shootings Is Wrong, And Dangerous

A dangerous myth has been propagated by the media: that there is an epidemic of racially biased shootings of black people (primarily black men) in America, by the police. The false narrative claims that individual police officers, motivated by overt racism or implicit racial bias, are rampantly targeting black people. Some go further to allege that these shootings are proof ...

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ICE Forced To Release 160,000 Illegal Migrants Families Since December

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), unable to maintain its overcrowded detention centers, has released over 160,000 migrant families into the interior of the U.S. in the past five months. “ICE faces resource challenges with regard to the adult population, and it faces additional legal and policy challenges when it comes to enforcing our immigration laws as they relate to family ...

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