Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, has been heavily criticized for demanding public schools open. Instead of politicizing this sensitive issue, her opponents should look at the data that makes it abundantly that children are unlikely to spread COVID-19. The negative effects of not opening schools are gigantic. Stacy Manning and Katy Faust, educators in Washington…

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As we get closer and closer to the first day of school, it is becoming clear some states and counties don’t want to open. This would be a disaster for children, especially for those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, while doing nothing to stop COVID-19. Four professors at the Harvard School of Public Health argue: Prolonged…

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We have endured a global pandemic thanks to the lax efforts from China to contain a virus that originated in their country. Now, the Trump administration is considering banning certain Chinese apps because of data privacy and national security concerns, according to Fox News. One such company is TikTok, a popular video creation and sharing app.…

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The coronavirus has kept Americans at home long enough. The constant quarantine and paranoia is incredibly damaging to society, especially the most vulnerable: children. Kids need to be back in school with their peers, socializing and learning. Too many have already fallen behind in their studies, or developed various disorders from the extended time in…

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Many folks are feeling lockdown fatigue. Staying inside all the time, not socializing, with almost no end in sight. It’s a recipe for disaster. The physical and mental health of Americans is going to decline, not due to Coronavirus, but due to the lockdown itself. Not to mention the toll this lockdown is still taking…

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CALENDAR: The Senate will return Monday, May 4. The House may return the week of May 11.   CONGRESS RETURNS: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared several weeks ago that the Senate would return to work on Monday, May 4, and he even scheduled a roll call vote for 5:30 PM to make sure everyone…

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The Coronavirus, or as some call it the Wuhan Virus, originated in China. The steps that the Chinese Communist Party took to suppress information and their authoritarian manipulation of data make them liable for the disease’s spread to the entire globe. China is now in full PR mode, trying to maintain some sort of innocence,…

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CALENDAR: The House and Senate are scheduled to be in recess until May 4. Given that the District of Columbia is under a shutdown order until May 15, I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see that May 4 date slip. Except that maybe, MAYBE, the House will have to come back briefly this week…

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Many of our freedoms have come under fire recently thanks to the crackdown on social gatherings during the Coronavirus pandemic. Circumstances caused a tipping point this past weekend due to it being Easter. Some churches across the country wanted to have drive-in services, where no one would leave their cars and come into contact with…

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