[ad_1] A federal appeals court ruled against Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and knocked down lockdown restrictions they called a violation of free speech rights. The 2nd Circuit panel ruled on Monday that Cuomo’s order to restrict attendance at religious services in order to help stop the spread of the coronavirus was unconstitutional. That
[ad_1] New York Yankees pitcher Phil Niekro pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays and wins his 300th game in Toronto, Canada, October 6, 1985. (Gary Hershorn/Reuters) 2020 has been a particularly horrendous year for losses to baseball’s great players, especially its elite pitchers. The game’s great and memorable losses include Tom Seaver, Bob Gibson, Whitey
[ad_1] Even with new reporting from the Washington Free Beacon out Monday that detailed how, in 2002, a then 12-year-old boy was abused at a church camp overseen by future Senate Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock, CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront continued to be a staunch defender. Instead of reporting on the account of abuse victim Anthony
[ad_1] An aerial view of the University of Michigan campus ( Aaron Yoder/Getty Images) Professor Logan Strother of Purdue University has responded to my critique of his study on higher education’s effects on student ideology. I’ll take his objections point-by-point. Strother says that “Schorr thinks we would also not find evidence of indoctrination if we
[ad_1] A new study from Tel Aviv University shows that the COVID-19 virus “can be killed efficiently, quickly and cheaply using ultraviolet (UV) light-emitting diodes (UV-LEDs) at specific frequencies,” according to a report from The Jerusalem Post.
“We discovered that it is quite simple to kill the coronavirus using LED
[ad_1] After dragging his feet a bit — just long enough to muck up the unemployment boost — Trump has signed the COVID-relief bill. It’s open to interpretation what he thought he was accomplishing. There are some political benefits to all this theater. It probably distracted attention from his controversial pardons, for example, and made
[ad_1] A new meta-analysis of COVID spread — which looked at more than 54 relevant studies with 77, 758 participants — was just published in JAMA Network (published Journal of the American Medical Association). Some on Twitter are touting the study as finding a low risk of asymptomatic transmission. The study does so find, but commentators
[ad_1] On the front page of today’s Wall Street Journal, Annie Gasparro and Sharon Terlep report that some of America’s biggest companies are betting that habits developed since the pandemic started in March will continue into 2021: Millions of Americans spent much of the year working from home. While legions of employers are planning to
[ad_1] At the beginning of June, Aris Roussinos, a contributing editor at Unherd, wrote a piece arguing that “Covid has exposed America as a failed state.” It was chock-full of the kind of tired and recycled clichés one often comes across in old-world screeds directed at the United States and its tenure as a global
[ad_1] The novelist John le Carré, interviewed on “CBS News Sunday Morning” (Screenshot, YouTube) My Impromptus column today leads with politics, and economics. About a month ago, a Republican senator knocked Janet Yellen, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve who is set to become Treasury secretary: “I think she’s very anti-worker, she’s very pro-corporation.”
[ad_1] At long last, Donald Trump has tired of winning. Last night, the president signed the COVID-relief and omnibus spending bill into law, averting both a government shutdown and an even longer lapse in funding for vital relief measures such as the Paycheck Protection Program. Americans will receive $600 checks from the federal government —
[ad_1] Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) blasted Dr. Anthony Fauci over the weekend, criticizing the infectious diseases doctor for a startling admission he made last week in which he acknowledged intentionally misleading the American public about the coronavirus herd immunity threshold. What did Rubio say? The Florida senator did not mince words — he called Fauci
[ad_1] President Donald Trump announced late Sunday that he would sign the massive $2.3 trillion bill passed by Congress last week that combines government funding and coronavirus relief. However, Trump added a major caveat: He plans to use a little-known law to request that Congress eliminate “wasteful spending” from the bill and boost stimulus payments
[ad_1] In Scotland, feminist opposition to transgender extremism continues to make great strides forward. Earlier this year, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (the local state-run public-health service) issued guidance to staff equating “women who express concern about sleeping next to trans patients to people harbouring racial prejudice,” per the Times of Scotland. However, after considerable
[ad_1] MSNBC hosts Al Sharpton, Ali Velshi and Joy Reid celebrated their network’s annual “Revvies” awards Sunday night on PoliticsNation. The virtual awards show split its time between bashing the “worst of the year” (everything Trump) and hailing the “best of the year” from far-left activists and Democrats. “MSNBC Republican” strategist Susan Del Percio also
[ad_1] Many college students fail to graduate in four years and one of the reasons why is that they often get poor advice from those people who are supposed to guide them. In today’s Martin Center article, Megan Zogby looks at this problem. She quotes the executive director of the National Academic Advising Association: “research
[ad_1] Social-distancing dividers in a classroom at St. Benedict School in Montebello, Calif., July 14, 2020. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters) Americans dismayed by the mendacity and distortions of the 1619 Project are headed for a fall. A commendable desire to counter both civic illiteracy and the excesses of woke ideology has produced a new national movement to
[ad_1] In the lead-up to the election, Rosa Brooks of Georgetown Law School assembled something called the “Transition Integrity Project,” which assembled a team of Obama Democrat activists like her, and the usual MSNBC-style fig leaf of bipartisanship by adding a number of Never Trumpers and Lincoln Project types. And guess what? In every scenario other than
[ad_1] After a few days of delay, President Donald Trump signed the COVID-19 stimulus bill on Sunday evening. Trump originally opposed the bill because it did not direct enough to individual Americans in the form of direct checks.
“As President, I have told Congress that I want far less wasteful
[ad_1] Police in Rutherford and Wilson Counties in Tennesee are investigating a suspicious box truck that was parked at a convenience store playing audio that was similar to that heard coming from the RV that exploded on a Nashville street on Christmas morning.
Three people, including two police officers, were
[ad_1] Federal investigators have confirmed the identity of the man said to be responsible for the Nashville bombing, and also claimed the suspect died in the Christmas Day explosion. “Anthony Warner is the bomber. He was present when the bomb went off, and he perished in the bombing,” U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of
[ad_1] Dr. Anthony Fauci is defending startling comments he made last week in which he admitted he was not completely honest about the number of Americans who needed to get the coronavirus vaccine before the American population can achieve so-called herd immunity. Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
[ad_1] A family lost their home during the holiday season, but thanks to brave 7-year-old Eli, they didn’t lose something even more precious — the family’s youngest member. Dec. 8 was like any other night. Chris and Nicole Davidson fed their three children dinner and tucked them into bed by 8:30 p.m. However, the Davidsons
[ad_1] Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was accused of political pandering over the weekend after posting a video celebrating Kwanzaa. What did Harris say? In her video, Harris claimed that she grew up celebrating Kwanzaa. In fact, Harris, said that “multiple generations” of her family celebrated Kwanzaa, an African holiday that was first celebrated in 1966.
[ad_1] Though he’s overshadowed by the better known social justice warriors of the NBA and NFL, New Orleans Pelicans coach Stan Van Gundy is way out there on the far Left fringe. In an interview with ESPN’s black-themed blog, The Undefeated, the veteran NBA coach proudly claimed the mantle of poster boy for white privilege.
[ad_1] According to a report, Democrats are panicking, fearful that the COVID-19 pandemic could prevent Nancy Pelosi from being re-elected as House speaker despite Democrats holding a majority in the chamber.
Is this really possible? Well, let’s see. While House members can vote by proxy due to emergency rules adopted
[ad_1] Researchers from Tel Aviv University claim that they have found a way to significantly eliminate COVID-19. The new study found that UV-LED lights effectively, quickly, and inexpensively kill coronavirus. The promising study was published in the November 2020 issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology. The study attempted to find
[ad_1] A Boston physician experienced a “severe” reaction just minutes after being inoculated with Moderna’s vaccine on Christmas Eve. The New York Times reported that the reaction was the first of its kind to be linked to the Moderna vaccine, which was rolled out across the United States last week. What are the details? Dr.
[ad_1] Republican leaders who give latitude to conspiracy theorists are no better than the people they enable, and they’re doing lasting damage. The 2020 election has long been over. Millions of Trump supporters have refused to accept this, insisting that there are millions of illegal votes currently counted for President-elect Biden that shouldn’t be. And
[ad_1] What a news organization allows to be aired on their network tells you a lot about their priorities. While Fox News kicked off Sunday’s 11:00 a.m. hour with the press conference featuring the heroic Nashville police officers who evacuated people ahead of the Christmas bombing, CNN pressed forward with a prerecorded segment featuring five