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Coronavirus Masks Are Symbols of Fear, Choose Freedom

I have tried mightily to not write anything more about the COVID-19 pandemic. I have, no pun intended, avoided it like the plague. But as our nation contemplates restarting itself in the midst of all this, and alarmist voices grow more shrill, I can’t help but wonder what we’ve become. Americans are an optimistic people. We are hopeful. We believe ...

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We Are “Mitigating” Our National Economy Into Dust

The word mitigation is now the most over-used word in the English vocabulary. Its original application was describing the flattening of the curve which is used to indicate the growth of the coronavirus and its negative impact on the healthcare industry. The famous and over-used Democrat “modeling” charts predicted hospitals would be overwhelmed and would be unable to handle the ...

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Elon Musk: Americans Shouldn’t Give up Their Liberty so Easily

If you’re not wary of any infringements on our civil liberties, you’re not paying attention. Hear what Elon Musk had to say on The Joe Rogan Experience. (h/t PragerU) Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our syndication page for details and requirements.

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Democrat Dependence on “Modeling” Is As Anti-Scientific As It Gets

Democrats and their allies in the leftist press have long resented and ridiculed anyone with strong religious leanings, and have been especially critical of President Trump and his pro-religious statements. They’ve also lately extended their religious intolerance to the field of science, telling everyone who would listen to their blather that the religious right, and, of course, especially President Trump, ...

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Don’t Confuse US Women’s Soccer with the Facts

The US women’s national soccer team just scored a spectacular ‘own goal’ in California US District court. Their lawsuit, contending they were underpaid in comparison with the men’s team, was rejected in a summary judgement. And without so much as a single dramatic courthouse steps news conference starring the purple–haired Norma Rae: Megan Rapinoe. A dejected spokesperson for the team ...

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For the Sake of Justice, Should Flynn’s Team Seek a Writ of Mandamus?

After the Department of Justice decided to drop the case against former national security advisor Michael Flynn, it seemed like the presiding judge’s signature was a mere formality. Unfortunately, however, federal district judge Emmet Sullivan issued an order inviting third party groups with no interest in the case to file amicus briefs regarding the Department’s decision to drop the case. ...

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Russia Wanted Hillary To Win!

During the 2016 campaign and for the next three years democrats accused Russia of interfering with our elections and wanted Trump to win. They even went as far as calling Trump a Russian agent and trolls on the internet referred to Putin as Trump’s friend. Now it is being revealed that Russia really wanted Hillary to win because they thought ...

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Turn Off the Fauci!

Turn off the Fauci! “The history of this when we look back will be wrong prediction after wrong prediction after wrong prediction… As much as I respect you, Dr. Fauci, I don’t think you’re the end-all, I don’t think you’re the one person that gets to make a decision.” – Sen. Rand Paul This is what Senator Rand Paul told ...

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Chinese Spies In Our Universities

A professor from the University of Arkansas has been arrested on wire fraud charges over his alleged ties to the Chinese regime. According to court documents, the Fayetteville campus professor, 63-year-old Simon Saw-Teong Ang, allegedly received grant money from NASA, but failed to disclose his ties to the Chinese regime and Chinese companies when required to do so. It is estimated there are ...

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Flu Numbers Inflated for Decades, a DEEP DIVE into the Conflicts of Interests

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are tasked with informing the public on the number of patients dying from Coronavirus, among other aspects of infection control. Why does the CDC report the Mortality Surveillance numbers for this crisis by lumping vital statistic reports for Pneumonia, Influenza, and COVID-19 together? Is their goal to produce a larger number as COVID-19 attributed deaths, only ...

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Rather Than Criticizing Attorney General William Barr, Congressional Democrats Should Give Him The Praise That He Deserves

Last week, the Department of Justice decided to drop the case against former national security advisor Michael Flynn. As if on cue, Democrats blasted Attorney General William Barr and blamed him of politicizing Flynn’s case and catering to President Trump. Not only was their attack on Barr entirely predictable, it was also erroneous. As such, rather than criticizing Barr, Democrats ...

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