Faking Covid Numbers

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Courage to Fight

What The Right Needs Now Is The Courage To Fight Even If It Costs Us All of a sudden, the conservative project is not a conservative one, so much as a counter-revolutionary one. By Mollie Hemingway – SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 This is the text of the Bradley Prize acceptance speech the author gave on Sept. 13. My brother skipped a grade, so he was small for his age when three other junior high school boys stole something from him and roughed him up one Friday after school. My dad asked my despairing brother how he felt about it. He said he was angry…

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My Wife’s Story

So my wife got COVID-19. From a California friend – September 10, 2021She works in a healthcare environment so she’s fully ‘vaccinated’ and so are all of her coworkers. But she described it as “going around the office.”So COVID-19 is “going around the office” of fully vaccinated personnel and she’s sick.I am sure she’ll be fine. After all, the overall survival rate of COVID-19 is 99%+.And she’s vaccinated. That’s supposed to reduce the severity of the disease, right?But she, and her vaccinated coworkers are getting COVID-19. It’s “going round the office.” Between 04 and 31 July in the nation of…

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Advice for Article V Opponents

Algernon Sidney’s Advice for Article V Opponents By Rodney Dodsworth – October 21, 2019  Our Founders’ textbook to revolution was Algernon Sidney’s Discourses Concerning Government. Alongside John Locke’s Two Treatises of Government, these famous works were refutations of another influential 17th century book, Patriarcha by Sir Robert Filmer. In Patriarcha, Filmer invoked the Bible to defend the English monarchs’ divine right to rule. Among his arguments, he painted dire consequences to the established order if the people ever attempted to limit kingly prerogatives. In the background to these works was the 1649 execution of King Charles I. Monarchists could point to the subsequent short-lived…

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Attack on the Constitution

[ed: National Archives “harmful language” placed on the Constitution! Happy Birthday Constitution-233 years young!] Trump’s 1776 Commission Inspires Group To Launch Campaign Fighting Against Historical Revisionism By  Christianity Daily – September 9, 2021 A group composed of experts in politics and business who were inspired by former President Donald Trump’s 1776 Commission have launched a campaign on September 1 to fight against historical revisionism in schools. CBN News reported that “Patriot Education Month” was launched by 1776 Action to “counter false and misleading accounts of American history” happening in schools across the United States. Alongside this initiative, 1776 Action will be hosting together…

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School Houses Rocked

The Work that Women Do by Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman, Eagle Forum – SEPTEMBER 7, 2021 On vacation in a resort town, I noticed that every business had a “Help Wanted” sign in the window. Some businesses had even limited their hours at the height of their season and some were closing shop before the end of the tourist season. Where are the workers? Millions of Americans who lost employment in March 2020 still have not gone back to work, despite the surfeit of job opportunities. Most are women. The labor force participation of women is at a 33-year low.…

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SCOTUS and the Unborn

A Supreme Court That Capitulates On Roe V. Wade Will Unleash A Whirlwind Roe v. Wade is the leading example of the Supreme Court acting as an unelected super-legislature and imposing its will on the nation, and upholding Roe will only further delegitimize the court. By Nathanael Blake – AUGUST 30, 2021 It profits a man nothing to gain the world if he loses his soul—and the deal is even worse if the earthly gain is just a chance at the fleeting respect of a few law professors. Nonetheless, that is how the left is hoping to tempt Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court…

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Fixing Pathetic Public Schools

Fixing America’s Pathetic Education System We the People Speaking – August 27, 2021 BOTTOM LINE: “Education is the wellspring from which a nation ascends … or the quagmire into which it sinks.Education is everything.”  Michael Russell INTENT:  My intent here is to make two points.  One, what is the magnitude of the problem and secondly how do we fix it?  HOW BIG IS THE PROBLEM? Huge. Education is perhaps this nation’s greatest disgrace.  Yet every four years we go through the same song-and-dance.  Candidates promise to spend more billions of dollars, resulting in more top-down regulation which then requires a…

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3rd Branch v. 2nd Branch

Supreme Court Versus White House – Battle Royal By AMAC, Robert B. Charles – September 1, 2021        A battle royal is brewing between the Biden White House and Supreme Court. For the second time in a week, the Court has slapped the White House down. First, the Court upheld a reversal of Biden’s immigration policies, saying they were “capricious.” Now, after Biden ignored a June ruling, the Court is blocking Biden’s extended “eviction ban.” A battle of Titans looms.  The latest exchange of blows looks like this. In response to COVID, unprecedented restrictions hit the public, affecting individuals, schools, small…

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COVID Killed Science

Dr. Scott Atlas: Science Killed Itself Over COVID-19 ‘Science is not supposed to be about intimidating, or abusing, or censoring data … There is never supposed to be ‘an accepted view’ of science.’ By Helen Raleigh – SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American people have been told to “follow the science.” Yet for a year and a half, they’ve heard contradicting messages from self-appointed prophets of “the science” like Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We learned that politicians who claimed their decisions were science-driven often ignored scientific findings that didn’t fit certain political…

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We Paid How Much?

WSJ – August 28, 2021 The Covid Origin Muddle The intel community’s firmest judgment is that China covered up. By The Editorial Board | 499 words The White House on Friday released its long-awaited intelligence report on the origins of Covid-19, and it makes you wonder why Americans pay $85.8 billion a year for our spooks. Some 18 intelligence agencies labored for 90 days, on President Biden’s orders, and came to the conclusion everyone had already reached: China has refused to cooperate with investigators and blocked crucial information, so they don’t know how SARS-CoV-2 developed and spread to humans. That’s…

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A Short History of Slavery

PragerU and Candace Owens deliver a short history of US and world slavery. •Slavery’s recorded origins date to 6800 BC in Mesopotamia & included all skin colors, religions, classes, labor, & servitude  •2775 BC archaeology shows temple art of captured slaves •550 BC city-state Athens used 30k slaves in silver mines •500 AD Anglo-Saxons enslave native Britons after invasion. •1000 England’s agriculture economy based on slavery. •1444 Portuguese begin Atlantic slave trade from West Africa •1526 Spanish brought the first Africans to what would be the US (Editor)

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The Death of Truth

The Death Of Truth In America Is A Direct Result Of Our Loss Of Faith No matter where one looks, Americans can’t trust what is being told to them is the truth. All of Western civilization is in decline because the Christian church is in decline. By Jim DeMint – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 The American people are growing rightly skeptical of what they are told. For the past two years, they’ve faced an onslaught of lies and misinformation that has left them with little faith in our institutions — from Congress to the White House and even within the Christian church. A…

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Is This a Revolution?

Are We in A Revolution and Don’t Even Know It? We are in the midst of a revolutionary epoch and probably most don’t even know it. By VICTOR DAVIS HANSON – August 16, 2021 Institutions are being absorbed not just by the woke apparat, but by an array of ideologies that seeks to destroy them. The collective madness that ensued from the pandemic, the quarantine, the self-induced recession, the George Floyd killing and subsequent months of exempted riots, the election year, and the resurgence of variants of the Chinese-engineered coronavirus, all ignited the fuse of formerly inert socialist dynamite. And the ensuing explosion of revolutionary…

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Incentive Against Work

WSJ – Aug 21, 2021 Unemployment Benefits Forever? Treasury suggests how states can continue the incentives not to work. By The Editorial Board | 541 words Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on Thursday broke the news to Democrats in Congress that the Administration doesn’t intend to extend the $300 federal unemployment bonus past the Sept. 6 expiration date. Hold the confetti. “As President Biden has said, the boost was always intended to be temporary and it is appropriate for that benefit boost to expire,” the secretaries wrote to Sen. Ron Wyden and Rep. Richard Neal. But…

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15 Million Ballots Missing

Nearly 15 Million Mail-in-Ballots Unaccounted for in 2020 Election, Report Says BY MATTHEW VADUM – August 18, 2021 In the November 2020 general election, whose chaotic results have been vigorously disputed, almost 15 million mail-in ballots went unaccounted for, according to a good-government group that focuses on electoral integrity. The research brief by the Indianapolis-based Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) notes that as the nation dealt last year with the CCP virus (which causes COVID-19), various U.S. states “hastily pushed traditionally in-person voters to mail ballots while, at the same time, trying to learn how to even administer such a scenario.” PILF describes itself as “the nation’s…

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States That Are Recovering

The 10 States Leading the Economic Recovery All Have One Thing in Common (And So Do the Worst Ones!) The picture painted here is clear.  Brad Polumbo –  August 23, 2021 The economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing government restrictions. But newly released Labor Department data show that the recovery isn’t equal across all 50 states and Washington, DC. Some parts of the US have almost or entirely returned to pre-pandemic unemployment rates—while others remain strangled in stagnation.  Here are the 10 states with the lowest unemployment rates as of July 2021. Nebraska: 2.3 percent Utah: 2.6 percent…

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Federalism is the Answer

The states working together have the same equal power as the national government in Washington DC. They just have to decide to join and resolve issues that DC can’t. We the people can encourage them to meet and work through the tough issues facing us today. The states can solve the debt problem. Contact your state legislator today, they’re waiting to hear from you.

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A Federalism Moment

Federalism Is Having a Moment – Let’s Seize the Opportunity! by KARLA JONES – APRIL 28, 2021 A renewed appreciation for federalism – the proper balance of power between the federal government and the 50 states – is sweeping the nation. Earlier this month, Utah Valley University’s (UVU) Center for Constitutional Studies hosted a Functional Federalism Academy, where I had the honor of participating on the Roles and Resources for Effective Intergovernmental Relations panel with former Utah Governor Gary Herbert and counterparts from the Council of State Governments (CSG) and the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL). The conference program can be accessed here.…

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Protecting Our Foundation

Biden’s Unprecedented Attack on the Constitution David Harsanyi – August 06, 2021 President Joe Biden’s new 19-page order includes draconian penalties, fines, and potential jail time for violating a concocted “law.” Joe Biden certainly isn’t the first president to violate his oath of office, but he might be the first in memory to openly brag about doing it. As Biden announced a new “eviction moratorium,” he informed Americans that the “bulk of constitutional scholars” would say the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eviction moratorium is “not likely to pass constitutional muster.” Not likely? It already failed. In June, Justice Brett Kavanaugh…

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Article V Academy

ALEC and Article V Academy in Salt Lake City By Mike Kapic – August 22, 2021 My wife, Joanne, and I drove to Salt Lake City on a Tuesday in late July to participate in the Article V Academy (sponsored by LUV4BBA) put on by ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) on the following Friday afternoon. The general conference drew 2500 legislators from across the country. Being late in the week, the Academy drew about 60 legislators to hear a panel discussion on our hideous debt, taxing, and spending crises and a likely solution. Economists, scholars, historians, spoke and delivered PowerPoint…

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The Thing About History

by Rodney Dodsworth – July 13, 2020     To many people history is a pain they’ll never soothe. Since knowledge of events from long ago might contradict their feelings and passions, it is best left alone, shunned, and ignored. Besides, we’re the ones we’ve been waiting for, right? Why bother with the dead hand of the past? History can hurt us emotionally, so set it aside like handsome shoes that pinch, shoes that are too good and fashionable to throw away, but end up collecting dust on the closet floor. The Thing about history is that it subtly questions what we do today. It…

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Curtailing SCOTUS

How The Right Can Work With The Left On Curtailing The Supreme Court’s Power Proposals include term limits, requiring a supermajority for some decisions, and randomly drawing justices in a ‘lottery’ from the pool of federal judges. By Curt Levey – AUGUST 18, 2021 When President Biden extended the eviction moratorium earlier this month, he was openly flouting the Supreme Court, which made it clear in June that new legislation would be necessary for an extension. Such blatant defiance of the high court is so rare that constitutional scholars look back to Presidents Franklin Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, and Thomas Jefferson for examples. That leftists cheered this…

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Your Government: Your Debt!

Is Washington DC handling your money in a responsible way? Or are they using you to fund their agenda? Is government returning value to you in exchange for the dollars taken from you and yours?

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Mandates

by Jeff Dover – August 18, 2021 The media seem to love the word “mandate”.  Given their focus on the word, it’s evident that they want more of them.  This free American isn’t playing. A “mandate” is an imperial decree.  We have a legislature in the state and we have a congress in Washington, both the result of a war to free us from imperial decrees.  They are there to pass law, a power not granted to bureaucrats or an individual.  It’s why we have them.  But perhaps many Americans don’t know this.  Maybe the schools are so occupied teaching young people…

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