CDC Could Reverse Its Policy on Wearing Masks in Public

As the numbers of COVID-19 cases continue to increase dramatically, the CDC is now thinking about issuing a guidance saying that anyone who ventures out in public should be wearing some kind of mask. According to recent reports, the agency is weighing recommendations to advise people to shield their faces with cloth coverings rather than surgical or N95 masks, which are now nearly impossible to come by. No final decision has been made on the potential recommendation, however, an official said it could help “flatten the curve” of the outbreak…

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Biden Struggles for Relevancy During the COVID-19 Crisis

Joe who? In case you haven’t noticed, with so much attention on President Trump and his battle with the ongoing corona crisis, Joe Biden and the contest for the Democratic 2020 nominee has practically disappeared from the news cycle. Within just a few days after he made headlines with his commanding primary victories in Florida, Arizona, and Illinois, the coronavirus has turned former Vice President Joe Biden into a virtual prisoner of his Delaware home, where he’s reduced to sniping at President Trump from the family rec room. “He’s making…

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Biden Pushing to Connect With Young Progressives

While being practically removed from the news cycle due to coverage of President Trump and COVID-19, behind the scenes, Joe Biden has been waging a campaign to boost his popularity with young progressives. Apparently the Biden campaign sees that the lack of enthusiasm among the liberal base, particularly young voters, is the biggest weakness of his candidacy. According to multiple sources familiar with the former VP’s campaign, since his landslide victories earlier this month, Biden’s advisers have engaged in talks with a range of top progressive groups, including some that…

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Senate Passes Unprecedented Relief Bill, Now It’s Up to the House

Just before midnight on Wednesday, by a vote of 96-0, the Senate passed a massive $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus compromise package, ending days of deadlock. The bill now goes to the House of Representatives, which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said will soon take up the historic measure to bring relief to individuals, small businesses, and larger corporations “with strong bipartisan support.” The historic measure mostly earned praise from lawmakers in both parties and their leaders, who said the sweeping bill will address the most serious of the economic and health…

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Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s Husband Hospitalized With Coronavirus!

Former Democratic presidential nominee, Sen. Amy Klobuchar has announced that her husband has been hospitalized due to complications of being infected with COVID-19. My husband has coronavirus. I love him & not being able to be by his side is one of the hardest things about this disease,” Klobuchar tweeted. “So many are going through this & much worse. I pray for him & you & meanwhile I will do all I can to get help to the American people.” In a longer statement on the site, Medium.com, Klobuchar said…

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White House Proposes Massive Coronavirus Stimulus

Call it a kind of coronavirus vaccine for the economy! The Trump administration is considering a third coronavirus spending package worth hundreds of billions of dollars even as the Senate works to move along the more modest second relief bill that focuses on leave for workers and expedited testing for the disease officially known as COVID-19. The White House is specifically pushing for an $850 billion stimulus, largely in the form of tax relief measures. Roughly $500 billion of this would be tied to a payroll tax cut, while $250…

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The Mysterious Death of an Obama Era Whistleblower!

What do you think of the shocking news of the mysterious death of an Obama era whistleblower? What’s that? You haven’t heard anything about this? That is not surprising, being that the mainstream media has been characteristically silent about the apparent “suicide” of Philip Haney. Haney was a whistleblower against the Obama administration. He was found dead on February 21 with a single gunshot wound, near a California highway. Investigators have said the scene appeared to look like a suicide. However, in an interview last week, Haney’s pastor suggested his…

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Texas Schools Approved Measure for Teachers to Conceal Carry

A local Texas school district has approved a measure that will allow teachers to conceal carry in the classroom. Nearly two years after the deadly Santa Fe High School shooting, a Texas school district is set to begin allowing some teachers to be permitted to carry guns on school premises for safety purposes. Last week, the Santa Fe Independent School District announced plans to implement the Guardian Plan, which will allow local school boards to authorize employees to conceal carry on campus at all times. The plan comes as an…

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Troubling Cache of Contraband Found at Prison Where Epstein Died!

A search by federal authorities uncovered a treasure-trove of contraband at the beleaguered federal prison where pedophile Jeffry Epstein allegedly hung himself. The search which uncovered a troubling number of weapons, including a loaded gun that had somehow been smuggled into the compound, forced a week-long lockdown of the Metropolitan Correctional Center. According to the NY Post, staff at the facility recovered homemade weapons, narcotics and cellphones while searching for the gun at the troubled jail, the Bureau of Prisons said in a statement. “All of these items pose a…

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Bloomberg Calls It Quits!

In the wake of Joe Biden’s startling comeback on Super Tuesday, Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has given up his bid for the Democratic nomination. As quickly as the former New York mayor dropped out of the race, he threw his support behind Biden, officially endorsing the former Vice President. Bloomberg dropping out marks the end of an unprecedented, high-spending, self-funded campaign that rejected conventional campaign tactics. His announcement comes as early results in Super Tuesday states show that he failed to become the choice of centrists as dropout candidates and Democratic…

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