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Dr. Anthony Fauci needs to get off the national stage

- The Washington Times

Enough of Dr. Anthony Fauci. In widely reported remarks, Fauci, in an email to The New York Times that he was going to tell senators, in his upcoming hearing on the coronavirus that, basically: If America doesn't listen to me, people will die. Fauci, the prophet scientist?

Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., points to guests in the balcony as he takes his seat on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, before President Donald Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) ** FILE **

H.R. 6666 a devil of a COVID-19 government surveillance plot

- The Washington Times

A House resolution from Illinois Democrat Rep. Bobby Rush that would put Big Government in charge of tracking citizens' movements as they relate to COVID-19 mitigation efforts -- even sending health bureaucrats to "individuals' residences," "as necessary," as the legislation states -- has a most apt number: 6666.

A parking lot at a JC Penney store is empty in Roseville, Mich., Friday, May 8, 2020. Across the country, in industries of every kind and size, the coronavirus pandemic has devastated businesses small and large. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Getting America going again by incentivizing a return to work

In as dramatic a turn of events as we've seen in our lifetimes, America went from virtual full employment to the highest level of unemployment in just about a blink of any eye. The economy is as flat on its back as it's been since any time since the worst parts of the Great Depression and, as yet, no one has come up with the way out.

No justice for Russia-collusion liars

The unfolding facts surrounding the investigation into the Trump-Russia collusion investigation are making crystal-clear that this was nothing more than an illegal attempt to unseat a duly elected president. The principals in this plot have been exposed and their unethical and criminal activities are now plain for all to see. The Democratic perpetrators and most of our major media lied to us for months, attempting to further a cause they new was false.

Adding insult to injury

We are now facing three epidemics: a health crisis, fear and the loss of freedom resulting from it. These crises are aiding and abetting the herd mentality, keeping the herd ("sheeple") dazed, uninformed and confused while the attempt to control them spreads like a cancer. When that happens, freedom disappears and resistance ebbs, either voluntarily or by force.

Adams Sq. Baptist Church Pastor Kris Casey waves an American flag after opening his church doors for Sunday service on May 3, 2020 in Worcester, Mass. (Nancy Lane/The Boston Herald via AP)

Pastor fights 'tyranny' of COVID-19 church crackdowns

- The Washington Times

A pastor in Worcester, Massachusetts, has been fined $300, has been issued a criminal complaint by city officials and has been put on notice that he may very well serve time behind bars -- all for the "crime" of defying the governor's 10-person limit order and holding normal Sunday worship services. You go, pastor.

In this Oct. 22, 2019, file photo, Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman hits a home run during the second inning of Game 1 of the baseball World Series against the Houston Astros in Houston. Zimmerman is offering his thoughts as told to AP in a diary of sorts while waiting for the 2020 season to begin. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)  **FILE**

ZIMMERMAN: Korean league a crystal ball for MLB's post-virus future

- Associated Press

South Korea is in a different place than we are with the virus. They are way ahead of us; it's kind of like looking into the future compared to us. If we can get the cases going downhill, instead of plateauing, then you can start talking about baseball.

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