Know about China’s three ‘nos’

April 2, 2020 By Marion DS Dreyfus via American Thinker Just before I began my first broadcast in Wuhan, on Zhejiang Radio, I was given three nos — not unlike the infamous “Three Nos” of the Arafatian Palestinian Authority or the earlier PLO. The persons who had hired me to have a three-hour once-a-week radio programRead moreRead more

Third World Immigrant Medical Workers Exploited by NYC Democrats

April 2, 2020 By L.E. Ikenga For the last two weeks my cellphone has been ringing non-stop as healthcare recruiters from all over the Northeast have been trying to contact me.  Pay rates for RNs, LPNs, PCTs, and CNAs in New York City have almost doubled seemingly overnight and they keep going up.  Salaried doctorsRead moreRead more

Americans Show Innovation, Creativity, and Compassion Amid the Crisis

James Gordon, owner of Springfield Distillery (L), and NASCAR driver Colin Garrett in Virginia; The Dry County Brewing Co., in Kennesaw, Ga.; and Kelly Lyndgaard, founder and CEO of Unshattered (2nd L), with her team members, in New York. (Courtesy of Racing For Heroes / Courtesy of Dry County Brewing Co / Courtesy of Unshattered)Read moreRead more

Hospitals: Managed or Mismanaged?

April 1, 2020 By Steve Karp, M.D. The coronavirus pandemic has exposed many issues that American society will need to address if we are to avoid, as Karl Marx stated, repeating history “…first as tragedy, then as farce.” Unfortunately, in this regard, people don’t seem to have a good track record. The practice of medicineRead moreRead more

Media Reaction To Yamiche Alcindor Dustup With Trump Shows Why Their Approval Ratings Are Low

Her peers rushed to defend her, but Alcindor has a track record of partisan commentary and unnecessarily hostile and silly questions. By Mollie Hemingway March 30, 2020 The ongoing dysfunctional codependent relationship between the political media and President Donald Trump flared up again on Sunday afternoon during a Rose Garden press conference on the government’sRead moreRead more

It’s Not The Federal Government’s Fault New York Doesn’t Have More Ventilators, It’s Andrew Cuomo’s

Once again, government intrusion into the health-care sector has proved disastrous. By Shawn Fleetwood March 30, 2020 While New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blames the president and the federal government for the lack of beds and ventilators in his state, the power to determine the number of these critical medical supplies in New York hospitalsRead moreRead more

Dems: Power yes, responsibility no

March 30, 2020 By Richard Jack Rail Jonathan Turley had an excellent item in The Hill about how emergency responsibilities are divided up between the feds and the states. Bottom line: The states have the lead. Yet, we keep reading articles where politicians – mayors and governors for the most part – blame President TrumpRead moreRead more