The Chinese city of Wuhan, home to the origins of the novel coronavirus sweeping the globe has officially banned sale and consumption of bats.
President Trump sent a letter to Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus threatening to permanently suspend funding to the WHO unless they undergo investigations.
If China’s actions in the coronavirus catastrophe offer any window into this communist regime, it is that the threat they represent is unlike anything America has faced.
CBS News’ ’60 Minutes’ lied about claims from Mike Pompeo, playing a deceptive clip and saying the secretary of state ‘attempted to resurrect a debunked theory that the virus was man-made in China.’
The Chinese government should ban the sale of wild animals and refrain from using traditional Chinese medicine to advance Beijing’s political objectives. But that’s not all wet markets are.
Joni Ernst, Mike Braun, Joe Manchin, and Jeff Merkley are proposing legislation to ban taxpayer dollars from making their way to China’s wet markets.
There are reasons major companies got massive loans from the Senate’s ‘small business’ bailout while thousands of small businesses that applied immediately were told there was no money left.
Under fire for his bias toward communist China, the Beijing-backed director-general sought to defend himself by slandering Taiwan, the thorn in the Chinese Communist Party’s side.
When this pandemic is over, the rest of the world should continue to hold the CCP accountable for its deception. But a reckoning with the CCP is not the same as punishing all Chinese people.
Now that news of China’s lies is beginning to seep out, will it make a difference? Will there even be corrections? Don’t count on it.
Unless Beijing addresses internal issues immediately and decisively, it will destroy any hope of restoring its credibility and economy.
Bruce Aylward’s Taiwan question-dodging stunt is just the latest in a long line of instances of the WHO putting politics ahead of good policy.
Theoretically, the remedy your grandma gave you when you had a sore throat could be used as a proactive step to help kill Covid-19.
While America’s first priority in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus must be neutralizing immediate threats to health and safety, the disruption also provides an opportunity to engage in national reflection.
By the time coronavirus shutdown decisions were finalized, students were forced to rush around in a frantic daze, packing dorm rooms, saying goodbye, and wondering what comes next.
It is time to think outside the box and seriously consider a somewhat unconventional approach to COVID-19: controlled voluntary infection.
Many on the left favor globalization and oppose restrictions on international travel or immigration. But on efforts to slow the Wuhan virus, where do they stand on these same measures?
To understand Communist China’s cover up and delay, all you have to do is to go through the timeline of the early weeks of the coronavirus outbreak.
While Colbert lectures the country on the racism of a factual descriptor, he’s the one who spent years cracking fortune cookie jokes and doing bad Asian accents on television.
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