Rep. Rob Wittman, Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, Dr. Victor Davis Hanson & Salena Zito on The Larry O’Connor Show 03.24.2020


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Fauci to Media: Stop Trying to Pit Me Against Trump (Townhall)

Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the Trump Administration’s point players on the Coronavirus Task Force, is sick and tired of media jackals trying to pit him against the president and create division, discord, and distrust within the president’s team and the American people.

Fauci appeared on “Mornings on the Mall” on WMAL radio in Washington, D.C., Tuesday morning and he spoke passionately about how the media has mischaracterized his relationship with the president and has tried to drive a wedge between them. [Read More]

Shakedown: A Novel (Mayberry and Garrett Book 2) (Amazon)

Mayberry and Garrett, introduced in the national bestseller Collusion, are caught in the middle of a deadly crisis with a pending nuclear bomb attack and little help from the government that sidelined them both.

When an exiled Iranian scientist is assassinated in Washington, DC, the former FBI counterintelligence agent and ex-SEAL are pulled back into the world of clandestine ops—and the fate of the entire East Coast is at stake. Joining ranks with a heralded Mossad agent, Mayberr [Read More]

Coronavirus: Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell Jr. welcomes students back amid pandemic (NBC News)

Liberty University in Virginia welcomed students back to campus Monday amid criticism of its president, Jerry Falwell Jr., for the decision during the coronavirus pandemic.

More than 1,100 students returned Monday following spring break, according to Scott Lamb, a spokesman for the university in Lynchburg. Falwell said he met with many of them. [Read More]

While some churches go virtual, others go old school: Drive-ins (Washington Examiner)

When there is a will, along with a little ingenuity and a lot of faith, there is a way.

Since last week, when so many services in nearly all religions and denominations in our country were suspended because of the rapid spread of the coronavirus, most congregations have found a way to stream their services for the faithful.

Missing for people of faith, though, were all of the emotional rituals that made the experience more meaningful — the sense, feel, emotion, and even the scents of gathering together in devotion to God that they have practiced since their first service. [Read More]

The Psychology of Viral Paradoxes (National Review)

There are a lot of known unknowns and paradoxes in these times of uncertainty. Here are a few.

1) Trump is criticized as both “racist” and “xenophobic” in his condemnations of the “Chinese” virus, while he’s also criticized for “appeasing” President Xi when he makes friendly references to their coronavirus chats. How can Trump be both? [Read More]

Arizona man drinks poison and dies. Media blame Trump (Washington Examiner)

When there is a will, along with a little ingenuity and a lot of faith, there is a way.

Since last week, when so many services in nearly all religions and denominations in our country were suspended because of the rapid spread of the coronavirus, most congregations have found a way to stream their services for the faithful. [Read More]

 

 

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