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  • The Rising Heroes of the Coronavirus Era? Nations’ Top Nerds

    Unaccustomed to the outsize attention to their every word and action, some of the new national darlings have found themselves on the receiving end of brutal criticism. Professor Tsiodras was criticized by some in Greece after footage emerged showing him standing at the pulpit of a seemingly empty church, even though the Greek government had […] More

  • Coronavirus Strands China’s Students, in a Dilemma for Beijing

    One student fantasized about buying a $30,000 seat on a private jet. One mother, frustrated with her inability to bring her daughter home, sent masks instead. One group of desperate parents made an unusually public appeal to the Chinese government for help. The coronavirus outbreak has stranded more than one million Chinese students in empty […] More

  • Louis C.K. Drops a Comeback Special

    On Saturday, with audiences largely quarantined in their homes because of the coronavirus, and comics putting on a six-hour benefit online, Laugh Aid, to help struggling performers, Louis C.K. completed the last stage of his comeback with the surprise release of a new special, “Sincerely.” It was his first special since he confessed in 2017 […] More

  • Federal relief legislation’s small-business loan program shows its weaknesses

    Under the policy, any business (or nonprofit, veterans organization, or tribal concern) with 500 or fewer employees is eligible for a government-backed loan equivalent to eight weeks of its prior average payroll, plus an additional 25 percent of that sum (unless that grand total adds up to more than $10 million, which is the cap […] More

  • Anger in Italy, Defiance in Eastern Europe

    As countries start enforcing their borders again, the Corona pandemic threatens to spell the end of the globalist EU project. While Italians start burning EU flags, the EU court threatens to punish Eastern European states for successfully enforcing their borders and protecting their people. by Collin McMahon “The Vice-President of the Deputys’ Chamber Fabio Rampelli […] More

  • Coronavirus Makes Us Re-think How We Value Labor and Lives

    “It’s like suddenly they realized we are here contributing,” Nancy Silva told The New York Times. Silva, a 43-old undocumented immigrant who has been picking fruit on American farms for most of her life while constantly evading immigration authorities, made this statement in response to the federal government deeming her and other farmworkers “essential employees.”  […] More

  • “Someone Ought to Sue His Ass Off!”

    President Trump fired corrupt and controversial deep state hack ICIG Michael Horowitz on Friday night. As we reported in November, Deep State ICIG Michael Atkinson altered the whistleblower form to allow for second-hand information, which allowed suspected Schiff whistleblower Eric Ciaramella to present a bogus accusation on the President. As we reported previously, Atkinson changed the […] More

  • As stay-at-home orders expand, states relax home delivery rules for alcohol

    I have mixed feelings here. The notion of millions of unwilling new American shut-ins passing bored hours with new home beer delivery services seems bad. The notion of them attempting to pass the time without those services seems … also bad. Loosening restrictions on a purely luxury item seems petty; keeping restaurants afloat by helping […] More

  • Obama White House Photographer Pete Souza to President Trump: “F*** you potus”

    Pete Souza, official White House photographer for President Barack Obama, swore at President Donald Trump on Twitter Saturday, dropping the F-bomb on Trump and calling him a “pathetic human being”. The episode is another example of the potentially violence inducing hatred expressed by senior Obama officials against President Trump in the COVID-19 Chinese coronavirus crisis. […] More

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