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June 4, 2021
Ethan Yang

Remembering the Tiananmen Square Massacre

“We should be inspired by the countless activists across China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the world who risk persecution every day to shine a light on the lies of the CCP. We should not only pray but work to ensure that this fateful day was not a violent snuffing of the flame of Chinese liberty, but rather the spark that would ignite the inferno of freedom that burns in the hearts of over a billion people.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Michael Fumento

Fish, Rice and What the Green Movement Really Stands For

“The idea is always to lock us down both in terms of population and consumption and woe to anyone or anything that allows more consumption with equal or fewer resources. Don’t fall for the safety arguments. The argument is against capitalism and humanity. That’s no fish story.” ~ Michael Fumento

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Ethan Yang

Critical Race Theory Comes for the Legal Academy

“The slow degradation of the American legal academy in this fashion should be especially concerning. That is not only because law students and faculty should already know full well the values of open debate and individual dignity, but because they are quite literally the vanguard of our legal order.” ~ Ethan Yang

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Robert Hughes

U.S. Economy Adds 559,000 Jobs in May

“Payrolls posted a solid gain in May as the labor market recovery continues. However, there’s a long way to go and other fallout from the lockdowns including shortages and rising price pressures are tempering the favorable outlook.” – Robert Hughes

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Jon Sanders

Why Is There Such Reluctance to Discuss Natural Immunity?

“Whatever the reason, it’s keeping Americans in the dark about how many people have active immunity from Covid-19. It’s keeping people needlessly fearful and suspicious of each other. It’s empowering executive overreach. Worst of all, it’s tempting people to consider government and business restrictions on the unvaccinated, regardless of their actual immunity.” ~ Jon Sanders

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Donald Siegel

Exit, Voice, and Loyalty, the Godfather, and Dr. Fauci’s Book Tour

“Perhaps the proceeds from Dr. Fauci’s upcoming book, including the large speaking fees he will earn and the undisclosed advance he garnered for writing the book while ‘serving’ the taxpayer, can be used to compensate his underage victims and the other public health collateral damage caused by his maniacal and myopic focus on one infectious disease.” ~ Donald Siegel & Robert M. Sauer

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