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Colo. Lowers Its Reported Coronavirus Death Toll By 300, Clarifies Some Victims Died From Other Causes

As I’ve said elsewhere, there’s a difference between dying with coronavirus and dying from coronavirus.  Colorado is at least being honest about it.  Someone tell Gier.  Colorado has lowered its coronavirus death toll from more than 1,100 to 878. The state’s Department of Health and Environment made the recent change to its statistics after clarifying the difference …

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Washington’s unemployment system sees spike in impostors during virus pandemic

Wow, who would have thought that people would game the system!  State officials say payments will be held off for as many as two days in order to verify claims; jobless claims continue to rise in Washington, Idaho OLYMPIA — Because of an increase in attempted “impostor fraud” applications for weekly unemployment benefits during the …

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Back To Normal: Conservatives Go To Work While Liberals Stay Home

U.S.—Americans in some states are finally starting to feel normal again, now that stay-at-home orders are being lifted. Children are at the park again, adults are back at the bar, and the elderly continue to play bingo at 4 p.m. sharp on a daily basis. https://babylonbee.com/news/back-to-normal-conservatives-go-to-work-while-liberals-stay-home/

Democrats Promise To Chew Up Cash, Tenderly Regurgitate It Into Mouths Of Voters

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Democrats promised on Friday that they would provide all Americans with large, warm piles of gently digested cash that they would personally regurgitate into every citizen’s mouth one at a time. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that she would personally be having her jaw hinge loosed so that she could emit larger clumps of …

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Her View: Up to Idahoans to ameliorate government’s heavy hand

From Idaho’s lieutenant governor, Janice McGeachin.  This is excellent. Worth reading the whole thing. As Idaho’s lieutenant governor, I am one heartbeat away from the governor’s chair. I am also a small business owner. My family and I own four small businesses in the restaurant and automotive industries, employing hundreds of Idahoans. As a former …

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The heroes of the game

Letter to the Editor in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News:  My guess would be that all those who are whining about continuing to keep the country closed due to the coronavirus are either retired, don’t own a business, are working an “essential” job, wealthy, receiving some type of pension or government entitlement, dishonest socialist media talking …

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Op-Ed: Response to Gier’s Coronavirus Column

My Op-Ed ran in today’s Idaho State Journal. Enjoy!  I appreciate the Idaho State Journal allowing me to respond to Professor Gier’s May 8th editorial regarding Sweden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic (Coronavirus deaths may be undercounted by 60 percent). To the layman, the data emerging from Sweden can be complex and nuanced, but properly …

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Op-Ed: Response to Gier’s Coronavirus Column

My Op-Ed ran in today’s Idaho State Journal. Enjoy!  I appreciate the Idaho State Journal allowing me to respond to Professor Gier’s May 8th editorial regarding Sweden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic (Coronavirus deaths may be undercounted by 60 percent). To the layman, the data emerging from Sweden can be complex and nuanced, but properly …

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Whitman County approved to move to Phase 2 of reopening plan

Whitman County’s waiver request to move to Phase 2 of Washington’s four-stage reopening plan has been approved. Washington State Secretary of Health John Wiesman approved the request this morning, less than 48 hours after it was submitted. The move means a variety of businesses can resume operations — including in-store retail sales, restaurants, barbers and hair salons, professional services …

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Dr. Fauci Threatened President Trump With ‘Surprise Outbreak’ In 2017

So this is one truly bizarre report. Read it carefully:  A newly resurfaced video showed Dr. Anthony Fauci speaking of an upcoming infectious disease outbreak some three years before the coronavirus outbreak. In January 2017, he claimed the Trump administration would face a “surprise outbreak” of a massive infectious disease. “There is no question that there will …

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Wis. Supreme Court Rules Against Governor’s Stay-At-Home Order

Across Wisconsin, ‘open for business’ signs are going back up and residents are wasting no time getting back to normal. On Wednesday, the state’s Supreme Court ruled 4-3 against Governor Tony Evers’ lockdown order, effectively lifting all statewide coronavirus restrictions. Residents quickly flooded into local businesses. In Milwaukee, one bar saw dozens of patrons. “I …

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New Coronavirus Case In Whitman County Not Expected To Effect Request To Begin Reopening Local Businesses

Good thing she held off for one day. Otherwise, Gov. Inslee would have kept Whitman County locked down.  A new confirmed case of coronavirus in Whitman County is not expected to derail the effort to try to start reopening local businesses.  According to a Whitman County Public Health press release, the department received the new …

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