3/21/22 Spring has sprung

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CDC Removes 24 Percent of Child COVID-19 Deaths, Thousands of OthersThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has removed tens of thousands of deaths linked to COVID-19, including nearly a quarter of deaths it had listed in those under 18 years old.” – Epoch Times

Hunter Biden Likely To Be Indicted, Says Baby Mama’s Lawyer According to The Washington Free Beacon: “The lawyer for one of Hunter Biden’s former lovers says the president’s son will likely be indicted for tax fraud. ‘I expect him to be indicted,‘ attorney Clint Lancaster told CNBC on Thursday. ‘Just based on what I saw in his financial records, I would be surprised if he’s not indicted.’

Charles C. Cooke with another brilliant analysis in the National Review writes: The Democrats Are Building Themselves a Suicide MachineThe party has gone along with the American media in advancing a bizarro-world ideology that few support.

From Red State: Trump Is Being Betrayed by Anyone Who Says They Support Both Him and Putin’s InvasionSomehow, people are finding more fault with Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine than of Vladimir Putin of Russia, who in case you missed it, invaded Ukraine under a list of silly excuses that do NOT hold up to any scrutiny. Yes, even the bio-labs that the United States and a whole bunch of other countries have known about since the signing of the Budapest Memorandum in 1994 to get rid of nukes in Ukraine.

Bill Walsh from the Center for the American Experiment explains: Teacher strike is about much more than MinneapolisWhen it comes to politics in Minnesota, the Democrats are the professionals, and Republicans are the amateurs. I don’t say that to disparage my Republican friends. Politics is supposed to be about serving, volunteering, making a difference — before you return to real life (where you actually ARE a professional).  I say it to remind everyone that for Democrats and their allies in Minnesota, politics is their real life. They have nothing to go back to. And they play for keeps.

From Reuters: U.S. consumer sentiment near 11-year low; near-term inflation worries mountU.S. consumer sentiment fell more than expected in early March as gasoline prices surged to a record high in the aftermath of Russia’s war against Ukraine, boosting one-year inflation expectations to the highest level since 1981.

Trump says it was his ‘personality’ that kept US ‘out of war’ when he was presidentI was the only president in four decades who did not get America into any conflicts,” he said in the Business Insider.

From National Review: The NCAA’s Three-Day Swim Farce Is Over, but the Controversy Is NotThe situation of sports, whether it be professionally, or collegiately, is not a human right. You don’t get to wake up in the morning, roll out of bed, and decide that you now get to compete as a female athlete in the NCAA. No one’s able to do that. This is a privilege. And we work very, very hard to be chosen in our respective sports to be given this privilege and compete at this level.” – Linnea Saltz, a former NCAA Division I collegiate track and field athlete.

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