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Sen. Cotton Calls For Criminalizing Chinese Payments to Americans

In an interview with Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said that it’s time for the U.S. to step up the fight against China’s continued intellectual property theft and their ongoing attempts to influence politics and business in the U.S. Cotton suggested that it might be effective for Congress to make it illegal for American ...

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White House Pushes Back on FEMA’s Skyrocketing Coronavirus Projection

The New York Times revealed Monday that there is an internal document circulating the federal government, courtesy of the disaster-preparation-and-response folks at FEMA. And according to this document, coronavirus cases are scheduled to skyrocket in the coming weeks just as states are beginning to ease shutdown restrictions across the country. The FEMA document projects that new cases will far exceed ...

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GOP Senator: Rich Universities “Should Not Be Getting Taxpayer Money”

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) is tired of watching coronavirus relief money go to institutions that have no need of the funds. That’s why he introduced a bill this week to prevent rich universities from taking taxpayer money unless they’ve already tapped their enormous resources to help themselves through the pandemic crisis. In a statement, Hawley said: “Universities with massive endowments ...

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Report: American Companies Fleeing China After Coronavirus Debacle

According to a new Reshoring Index from the manufacturing consulting firm Kearney’s, American companies are leaving China in record numbers after the COVID-19 debacle and the Chinese Communist Party’s reprehensible attempts to coverup the pandemic in the early days of the outbreak. In the new report, co-author Patrick Van den Bossche warns that China may have cost itself dearly with ...

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Trump: Economic Task Force Needed to Re-Open the Country

President Donald Trump said Saturday that he was considering the idea of creating another White House task force to work in conjunction with the current Coronavirus-focused team. In remarks to reporters at the daily press briefing, Trump said he remained concerned that the current partial shutdown of American business activity would wind up being more dangerous to the country than ...

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California AG Has Wasted $21 Million on Lawsuits Against Trump

From the moment he was elected, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra perceived his job as the state’s point man for the Resistance. Becerra wasted no time turning his office into a war machine against the federal government, filing litigation against President Trump whenever the mood struck him. To date, after three years, Becerra has filed an astounding FIVE DOZEN lawsuits ...

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Trump: American Taxpayers Will Not Be on the Hook for Immigrant Healthcare

President Trump signed an important executive order on Friday in the administration’s continued efforts to ensure that immigrants are not coming to this country for a free ride on the taxpayers’ dime. The White House has already taken significant steps towards making sure that immigrants are not coming to this country to go on the public dole, and this presidential ...

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Trump: Liberal Media Seems Giddy Over Thought of Recession

President Trump pointed out what can only be termed the plain and simple truth on Tuesday, telling reporters at the White House that the liberal media was responsible for creating chaos in the stock market with their grim predictions of a looming recession. Noting that the underpinnings of the economy were still strong and headed in the right direction, Trump ...

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