For 2,000 years the Christian church has gathered, prayed, and worshipped through pandemics and persecution. And I believe that is the call of today.
We might not a’ toasted at all if we’d known the tattered state of our proud country and the party we’d returned to a full 12 years later.
Democrats have gotten so much out of COVID that they are unwilling to let the indefinite leverage go, no matter how many people’s lives they ruin in the process.
It’s a paradox of sorts—the faithful seek a transcendent realm, but their deep communities are knitted together in physical space.
While corporations are leading our government by the nose, small business is more often an unwilling victim, pleading for any path they can to survive their rulers.
Democrat Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer peddles in hypocrisy once more, traveling to Florida while imploring residents in her state to stay in lockdown.
The court’s unsigned order in Tandon v. Newsom signifies the reemergence of religious liberty as a valued jurisprudential principle to the Supreme Court.
Govs. Andrew Cuomo of New York and Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania have presided over the worst small business decline in the nation while enforcing lockdowns.
’60 Minutes’ refused to interview people who disputed its false narrative, selectively edited video to hide facts, and omitted data that debunked its thesis and accurately describe Florida’s success.
The long-term shutdowns of schools have caused a lot of people to clamor to ‘Open the d-mned schools!’ as one governor put it in an op-ed. Let’s be careful what we wish for.
Politicians, journalists, and scientists have transferred the disease burden onto the working class. They’ve also dangerously undermined scientific inquiry.
Democrats lied, and children died. According to Joe Biden’s lockdown speech Thursday, they’re not done, either.
There is no evidence shutdowns did anything but deepen the economic suffering, increase suicides, and prevent lifesaving medical tests and treatments.
The conversation about school reopenings has focused on what’s best for the teachers’ unions as opposed to what’s best for the students.
Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis railed against the Democrats’ new $1.9 trillion spending bill as a blue state bailout.
There is no reason states that were unwilling to make the hard calls and trim spending before the pandemic can’t make the right decisions now.
If the contagiousness of people without symptoms does not drive the spread of SARS-COV-2, then restrictions like lockdowns and mask mandates on the general public don’t make sense.
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