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The dangers of not reopening the U.S. economy

We must reopen our economy -- unlike the mainstream media and political elites who would like you to believe the coronavirus lockdown is a health-versus-the economy issue, the lockdown is actually a health-versus-health issue too.

This April 12, 2016, file photo shows the Microsoft logo in Issy-les-Moulineaux, outside Paris, France. (AP Photo/Michel Euler, File)

Microsoft debuts supercomputer to create human-like A.I.

- The Washington Times

Microsoft announced it has built a new supercomputer that will be used to train artificial intelligence models -- meaning, develop new technology with human-like capacity. Making humans out of machines: it's been the dream of the mad A.I. scientists from day one.

Obama pandemic 'plan' a joke

Someone needs to go on TV and expose the falsehoods in the recent on-air statements of Center for Global Development fellow Jeremy Konyndyk, who was interviewed on CNN. Mr Konyndyk was challenging the statement Sen. Mitch McConnell made about the lack of any pandemic plan provided by the Obama administration.

President Obama (right) and Morehouse College President John Silvanus Wilson Jr. stand onstage during the  college's 129th commencement exercises on Sunday, May 19, 2013, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Obama can't help himself. He is drawn to evil.

It is generally accepted that the role of graduation speakers each year is to provide hope and optimism while discussing the future of those graduating. Graduates are told the conclusion of their academic career is the beginning of a new chapter in life. The speaker typically offers advice on success, an anecdotal story or two and an upbeat view of what is possible.

Mississippi Army National Guard Sgt. Newman Kazery, right, elbow bumps with Charles Jenkins, a supply tech and disabled Navy veteran, as he goes to work at the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson, Miss., Tuesday, May 12, 2020. Kazery was one of 50 members of the Mississippi Air and Army National Guard that stood outside the medical facility and applaud both incoming and outgoing medical shifts honoring medical personnel for their efforts in working with the coronavirus on the final day of National Nurses Week. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

American military rises to the challenge of COVID-19

America's men and women in uniform are playing a critical role alongside the nation's health care professionals in our ongoing fight against the deadly coronavirus pandemic -- and the recent strengthening of the U.S. military is one of the main reasons they've been able to respond so quickly and effectively.

Inflationary Pressure Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Will inflation Cassandras be proven wrong once again?

The Federal Reserve has poured money into the economy at the fastest rate in 200 years. This has reopened a debate about the re-emergence of inflationary pressures after a decades-long hiatus.

In this April 6, 2020, file photo, equipment and supplies sit staged near a roadwork construction project in Seattle where ramps off of the Highway 520 floating bridge meet Montlake Boulevard that has been shut down due to concern over the spread of the coronavirus. The $2 trillion federal stimulus package enacted in March included billions of dollars for public transit systems, publicly owned commercial airports and Amtrak passenger train service, but earmarked nothing for state highways and bridges. Many of those projects across the country have been put on hold because of a sharp drop in fuel taxes, tolls and user fees since the coronarvirus-related shutdowns suspended much of the U.S. economy. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Coronavirus debt enslaving America's youth

- The Washington Times

COVID-19 has proven costly -- and not just medically speaking. The debt America is pushing on to the coming generations is unsustainable, nearing the point of enslavement. These trillions of dollars, after all, do not grow on trees.

Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, left, commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, departs a news conference with District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser at a temporary alternate care site constructed in response to the coronavirus outbreak inside the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, Monday, May 11, 2020. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)  **FILE**

The geese laying tarnished COVID-19 golden eggs

- The Washington Times

A Democrat, Miss Bowser and the duly elected members of her legislative counterparts are in the throes of a major crisis, trying to balance spending priorities and declining revenues against the onerous realities of COVID-19.

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