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LancetGate: Pulling a Fast One on Proponents of Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuLancetGate: Pulling a Fast One on Proponents of Hydroxychloroquine and ChloroquineShaky data from a leading medical journal that progressive opinion has swallowed with delight.Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Presshe Lancet is one of the world’s oldest and best-known medical journals. According to its “manifesto,” it “sets extremely high standards. We select only the best research papers for their quality of work and the progression they bring.… We recognize that a great research paper is not enough and that it requires development, mobilization and exposure. So we promise to...

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An Appeal to North Carolina’s Governor - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuAn Appeal to North Carolina’s GovernorRoy Cooper can lift the tragic quarantine that is devastating his state.Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Pressn urgent appeal to North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper:For every COVID-19 case in North Carolina (4,500 estimated), 125 people have lost their jobs (500,000 unemployed across the state). You created this tragedy.Your executive orders have quarantined healthy individuals for the first time in American history. Small businesses can no longer operate, and their employees are jobless. This may be a solution for your medical advisers, but...

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Biden Wastes His Crisis - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuBiden Wastes His CrisisAs Trump holds his Base, hiding Biden isn’t working.Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Pressespite Rahm Emanuel’s infamous admonition to “never let a crisis go to waste,” Biden is doing just that. Coronavirus is an unprecedented crisis, simultaneously straining Trump’s presidency on the health and economic fronts. Biden should be pulling away under such circumstances. But he is not, and that is ominous for Democrats.A school of thought exists that Biden’s non-campaigning strategy is separating him from a sinking Trump. That school is called “wishful...

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Our Costliest Hysteria - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuOur Costliest HysteriaHow could we let this happen?Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Pressever in its 231-year history has our entire country been shut down. You would think that COVID-19 must be the greatest threat we’ve ever faced. You would think that there must be overwhelming justification for such unprecedented action.Of course, if you thought that you would be mistaken.The whole country has been abruptly derailed with absolutely no debate and with no clear end in sight. Doubters and skeptics have been shamed into silence. Expressing any doubt shows you are a cold,...

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The Biden Basement Strategy Backfires Before Trump Debate - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

The Biden Basement Strategy Backfires Before Trump Debate - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

MenuThe Biden Basement Strategy BackfiresJoe Lockhart summons the ghost of the invalid Woodrow Wilson presidency.Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Pressall it an unforced error — a potentially serious backfire.Over there at CNN, former Bill Clinton press secretary Joe Lockhart outs the Democrats’ greatest fear: that Joe Biden will be a disaster in the scheduled presidential debates with President Trump. So Lockhart’s recommendation to Biden? Don’t debate.Lockhart’s for a Biden refusal to debate is, no kidding, this:Whatever you do, don’t debate Trump. Trump has now made more than...

August 4, 2020
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Twitter Faces $250 Million Fine for Privacy Violations  - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuTwitter Faces $250 Million Fine for Privacy Violations The social media platform used secure information to help target advertising. Editor's PicksSign Up to receiveHot OffThe PressPlease enable JavaScript to view theoSign Up to receive

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Economic Crisis and Public Health: Lessons from the 1930s - The American Spectator | USA News and PoliticsThe American Spectator | USA News and Politics

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MenuEconomic Crisis and Public Health: Lessons from the 1930sNeed we be reminded of them?Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Presshe 1930s were a public health disaster.It is true that in that troubled decade, death from infectious disease was far less than it had been in the great Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. Infectious disease wasn’t the main vector along which that disaster rolled out, despite the unnumbered people who succumbed to typhus and other such ghastly cohorts of war.The worldwide economic collapse of the Thirties had its primary effect in providing the moist and fertile...

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MenuSaint Andrew of AlbanyHow does Cuomo avoid blame for New York’s catastrophe?Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Pressvery day, cable-news channels provide live coverage of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s briefings about his state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. What has happened in New York is not merely the worst COVID-19 outbreak in America, but possibly the worst in the entire world. Such are the biases of our news media, however, that no one ever suggests Cuomo is responsible for the deadly toll of this disease in his state. Instead, the Democratic governor is treated...

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MenuHow Can We Win the War Against the Left?The first in a series about the American Right and the religious heritage that strengthens us for today’s battles.Editor's PicksSign up to receiveHot OffThe Presshe Prussian military theorist Carl von Clausewitz is famous for his , “War is the continuation of politics by other means.” It’s especially easy to see the truth of that statement in this presidential election cycle, with political battles already spilling into guerilla warfare in America’s cities.Many of us are worried about tactics — parrying the blows sent our way by the Left and...

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MenuThe Shadow of Dukakis Looms Over BidenBiden’s lead is shrinking as questions about his fitness for the presidency multiply.Editor's PicksSign Up to receiveHot OffThe Presst this point in the 1988 presidential cycle, it was taken for granted among pundits and professional prognosticators that Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis would defeat Vice President George H. W. Bush by a comfortable margin. Moreover, public opinion seemed to confirm the conventional wisdom. At the end of July, two major polls, Gallup and Harris, had published voter surveys showing Dukakis ahead of Bush by 17 and 18...

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