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The Government Virus


WSJ November 21, 2020 When the Experts Fail, Everyone Else Pays the Price What happens when the most respected authorities get it wrong and ruin lives and economies? Not much. By David Mamet | 722 words The wealthy and powerful must constantly expand their operations. But even if they let their capital sit, they will…


Stop the Covid Hysteria


Coronavirus Hysteria Is Simply Too Ridiculous to Continue By Trevor Thomas – December 2, 2020 The ignorance and the lies concerning the Wuhan virus can’t continue much longer, because time is simply revealing the truth about it.  As we continue to suffer under foolish Wuhan virus restrictions, and as many parts of the U.S. — especially those…


The Answer is Federalism


Federalism – The Answer to ‘a Fractured Republic’  By Stuart MacPhail – December, 2020 Peter J. Leithart, president of the Theopolis Institute has written about the severely splintered nature of America in a November 6 posting on the First Things blog.  The heading for his article asks the question Is Federalism the Solution? Leithart alleges that “[p]olitically, culturally, and morally, we’re…


Masks Don’t Protect Against Infection


Major Study Finds Masks Don’t Reduce COVID-19 Infection Rates By Jordan Davidson – NOVEMBER 18, 2020 A high-quality, large-scale Danish study finds no evidence that wearing a face mask significantly minimizes people’s risk of contracting COVID-19. The randomized-control trial found no statistically significant difference in coronavirus infection rates between mask-wearers and non-mask-wearers. In fact, according to the data, mask…


Democrat Cities vs. Rats


Democrats Run America’s Rathole Cities by Daniel Greenfield – December 02, 2020 Last year, President Trump called Baltimore a “disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess”. Speaker Pelosi responded by calling Trump’s comments “racist attacks”. Vox claimed that Trump was using “racist tropes” and US News conducted a fact check accusing him of racism. Now the rat race numbers…


Covid-19 versus the Constitution


WSJ 11/21/20 The Constitution Will Survive Covid-19 The pandemic may justify extraordinary measures, but judges won’t accept the most draconian ones. By David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey | 1432 words The Covid-19 pandemic “has served as a sort of constitutional stress test,” Justice Samuel Alito observed this month. “The pandemic has resulted…


New York’s Kids Aren’t All Right


WSJ November 14, 2020 By The Editorial Board | 491 words New York City Mayor Michael Mulgrew on Friday told parents to brace for another schools shutdown on Monday. Ok, he’s the teachers union chief, not the mayor. But he might as well be as Mayor Bill de Blasio follows his orders. Nice that they…


Article V & Uniform Voting Rules


Establishing Uniform, Nationwide Voting Rules For National Elections by Paul S. Gardiner – November 29, 2020 Millions of Americans believe that uniform, nationwide rules soon need to be established for voting in national elections. As described herein, state legislatures have a vital constitutional role to play in establishing these rules. This article offers a strategy…


States Right to Reject EC Votes


Rep. Brooks: Congress Has ‘Absolute Right’ to Reject a State’s Electoral College Votes BY JACK PHILLIPS AND JAN JEKIELEK – November 18, 2020 Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said that the final outcome of the presidential election may be decided according to the 12th Amendment and Article One and Article Two of the U.S. Constitution when Congress convenes in early January. “The ultimate…


Media Banality Is a Covid Comorbidity


WSJ November 21, 2020 Deaths have nothing to do with Vietnam or jumbo jet crashes but with nature’s viral genetic lottery. By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. | 785 words National Public Radio host: “We have said the words grim milestone so many times over the past eight months on this program, and yet here we…


Citizens Have the Power


Arizona citizen’s idea leads to the Supreme Court Arizona Freedom Alliance – Oct 26, 2020 Never in recent history, in fact since the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1861,has a President been so hated by so many who stand to benefit by the policies Trump puts in place.   As difficult as that was on…


America — Caught in Irons


By Robert B. Charles – November 17, 2020 Sailors know the term “caught in irons,” suddenly stalled, mid-tack between two different directions – until wind catches sails, pulling you back or swinging you round hard.  That is where we are, caught in “electoral irons,” uncertain if Trump will win or Biden swing America hard left.  In a…


Justice Alito Warns America


Justice Alito warned America about the threats to our Constitution’s religious liberties among others. Here is his full speech.


Alito Defends the Courts


WSJ November 14, 2020 By The Editorial Board | 674 words Pundits and academics have worried a great deal about democratic norms in recent years, but most have gone silent when it comes to progressive assaults on judicial independence. So credit to Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito for delivering a forceful repudiation of recent efforts…


The American Idea Began in 1620


The Mayflower Compact: As an Idea, America Began in 1620, Not 1776 The Mayflower Compact is a quintessentially American story, and the philosophical wellspring from which the United States sprung. By Lawrence W. Reed November 11, 2020 For the 102 English people aboard the Mayflower, this very week four centuries ago was one they would never…


America Remains


BY BRADLEY BIRZER • NOVEMBER 10, 2020 From the ancient Greeks and Romans – from Heraclitus and Polybius to Livy – Western civilization came to accept the idea that all governments, but especially free ones, go through distinct organic and biological stages. They are born, they grow old and corrupt, and they die. Many, such as Livy,…

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