States that have “opened” from coronavirus lockdowns have, as many predicted, generally experienced no appreciable increase in pandemic intensity. Nonetheless, mainstream media have continued portraying every odd COVID-19 “spike” in such states as a dire portent, as CNN did over Memorial Day weekend and NBC did more recently. But as people argue over the data, something is left unsaid: Even when virus cases do increase, it’s irrelevant.
While President Trump wants to label Antifa as a domestic terrorist organizaion, far-left extremists, including public officials, are coming to the group’s defense.
The Chinese Global Times said that since the United States expressed support for demonstrators in Hong Kong, the Chinese should support the violent protests in the United States.
A black firefighter’s life savings literally went up in smoke as looters, supposedly opposing racism, destroyed the Minneapolis sports bar he was preparing to open and burned down the building.
After another night of riots that have spread across the nation, on Sunday Attorney General William Barr issued a statement urging state and local governments to increase pressure against Antifa “and other similar groups.”
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker rescinded his executive order banning church services of more than 10 people just hours before he was required to defend it before the Supreme Court.
A street preacher whose First Amendment-protected rights were violated received a settlement last week from Portland, Oregon. It’s a tiny win in a big war, but an important one.
President Trump announced the end of U.S. membership in the World Health Organization yesterday, and he also suspended the entry into the United States of “students and researchers” from Communist China who have been identified as “potential security risks.”
The very foundations of our nation are under attack, not only in the streets of American societies, but in the universities.
The criminal complaint filed against Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin in connection with the death of George Floyd says that Chauvin, who restrained Floyd by keeping his knee on Floyd's neck, did not suffocate the 6-foot-7-inch suspect. In fact, according to preliminary autopsy findings, the 46-year-old suspect had multiple health problems that contributed to his death.