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2020-03-25
Republicans Forging Ahead With Charlotte Convention

The RNC has an advantage over Democrats: Its convention is scheduled for a month later, in late August.

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2020-03-28
Governors Drunk On Power Are Out Of Control

Some of these politicians have become way too intoxicated with this sudden power they’re brandishing like a club over the heads of their fellow citizens.

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2020-03-29
Saudi-Led Coalition Intercepts Missiles Fired By Yemen's Houthis - Spokesman

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said early on Sunday that the kingdom's air defenses intercepted two ballistic missiles on Saturday night launched by Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi group towards Riyadh and the city of Jizan, Saudi state news agency (SPA) said citing the coalition's spokesman.

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2020-03-29
Michigan State Lawmaker Dies Of Suspected Coronavirus Infection

Michigan state Rep. Isaac Robinson (D) died on Sunday due to a suspected coronavirus infection, according to his family.

Editorials

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2020-03-30
Feeding The Dragon:How Did China Become America's Drug Dealer?

America has a dangerous addiction. Its China ands its cheap and often subpar inhumane labor practices . Why are we hooked on pharmaceuticals made in China? There comes a time as with all addictions we need to stop feeding the dragon.-John Katz , Editor, The American Dossier

Finance /Immigration

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2020-03-26
Nearly a Million Children Left Behind in Venezuela as Parents Migrate

Seven years into an economic crisis, mothers and fathers have been forced to go abroad in search of work, leaving hundreds of thousands of children in the hands of relatives, friends — and sometimes, one another.

Our Constitutional Rights

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2020-04-01
Abortion Providers In 3 States Sue Over Coronavirus Restrictions

“Abortion providers take seriously their responsibility to protect the health and safety of their patients, the staff, and their community,” said Randall Marshall, executive director of the ACLU of Alabama.

More News

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2020-03-29
Governors Are Starting To Tighten Their Borders

The coronavirus pandemic is testing the very notion that the United States are united.

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2020-03-28
They Survived the Spanish Flu, the Depression and the Holocaust

Two extraordinary women — one 101, the other 95 — lived through the worst of the 20th century. They have some advice for you.

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2020-03-27
VMC-Serving Our Homeless Veterans During The Covid -19 Epidemic

VMC-Veterans Multi-Service Center Needs Your Help Serving Our Homeless Veterans During The Covid -19 Crisis

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2020-03-26
Awaken From A 35-Year Slumber

Man Finds '57 Chevy Parked in Barn for 35 Years.

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2020-03-26
5 Years Of War In Yemen

American complicity must end

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2020-03-26
Nearly a Million Children Left Behind in Venezuela as Parents Migrate

Seven years into an economic crisis, mothers and fathers have been forced to go abroad in search of work, leaving hundreds of thousands of children in the hands of relatives, friends — and sometimes, one another.

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2020-03-25
5 Essential Nutrients That Help Your Immune System Fight Off Corona

Here’s what we know about how these nutrients support our immune system and the foods we can eat to get them.

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2020-03-25
The Dark Horse Candidates For Biden’s VP Choice

Who has the best qualifications?

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2020-03-25
Corona Relief:The DC Swamp Makes A' Deal'

Corona Relief: “Ladies and gentlemen, we are done. We have a deal,”

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2020-03-23
Former Staff File Class Action Lawsuits Against Bloomberg Campaign

Fired staffers won’t be leaving empty-handed, though. “We sincerely appreciate your commitment and dedication over the past few months!” read an email to fired staffers. “As a token of our appreciation, we are offering you the opportunity to keep your laptop and iPhone.” The email noted that employees would be required to pay taxes on those devices.

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