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These Glaciers Will Melt by 2020 and Other Hilarious Democrat “Science Facts”
Back in 2010, the Obama/Biden administration put up signs all around Glacier National Park in Montana to gloomily warn everyone that the “Glaciers Will Be Gone by 2020.” They were listening to the scientists! Just this past week, Joe Biden declared that if elected in November, he will “listen to the scientists” when it comes to coronavirus. But as the debacle with the glaciers shows, that’s probably a dumb way…
Coincidence? States that had Large Protests Reporting Spike in Coronavirus Cases
What started out as peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd, have morphed into nightly vandalism, looting and rioting in cities like Minneapolis, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City for weeks with no end in sight. What’s worse is that left-wing politicians seem to be encouraging them in a move that threatens the U.S. economy and working families. The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…
CDC Sets Impossible Guidelines for Schools to Reopen Next Fall
It’s amazing to see the contrast between President Trump’s instincts and common sense against the actions of… well… pick any government agency. Trump exudes competence and a “get ‘er done,” can-do spirit. But no matter which federal agency you look to for advice on basically anything else, you get incompetence that is mindboggling. In this case, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued its impossible guidelines for schools to…
CDC vs. Trump on Vaping: Who’s Right and Who’s Wrong?
Well, well, well. We have quite an update for you on the big vaping crisis of 2019. Once again, when you have opposing viewpoints on an issue and the two sides break down as the establishment versus President Donald Trump – who do you suppose is correct, and who do you suppose is hyperventilating and spreading falsehoods? In this case, the opposing parties are the Centers for Disease Control –…

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