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How to save the Republican Party

If the events that unfolded at the Capitol on Wednesday showed us anything, it is that the Republican Party has a significant PR problem right now.

In this Aug. 25, 2020 file photo, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres attends a session during the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.    (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)  **FILE**

Great Reset is corporate communism, and it's coming to America

- The Washington Times

Joe Biden's just-announced Cabinet picks for Labor and Commerce -- Mayor Marty Walsh and Gov. Gina Raimondo, respectively -- share the common denominator of being tight with the unions. And that makes perfect sense when you consider the corporate-run communism that's coming to America under Democrats.

This June 19, 2019, file photo shows Amazon founder Jeff Bezos during the JFK Space Summit at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) ** FILE **

Billionaires reap big bucks during coronavirus despair

- The Washington Times

The coronavirus has been devastating to America's economy, to America's businesses, to America's entrepreneurs, to America's farmers and fitness trainers and food servers and file clerks -- to blue-collar and white-collar workers alike. Not all, however, have similarly suffered.

Democrats Jon Ossoff (left) and Raphael Warnock had campaign ads "to communicate warm, caring personalities" writes former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, where Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler had "almost entirely negative ads." (Associated Press)

GINGRICH: The Georgia GOP Disaster

As a Republican who began his volunteer activities in Georgia in the 1960 Richard Nixon-Henry Lodge campaign, I think it is necessary to have the courage to face the depth and scale of yesterday's disaster in Georgia.

A British Union flag flies atop the Houses of Parliament in London, on the morning after the U.K. fully left the European Union, Friday, Jan. 1, 2021.  This New Year's Day is the first day after Britain's Brexit split with the European bloc's vast single market for people, goods and services. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Brexit is a reality; the U.S. must act accordingly

Britain has left the European Union. Now, the United States faces a simple choice. It can either stand idly by as other nations make trade deals with Britain, or it can negotiate a free trade agreement for its own benefit.

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