Saturday, March 14, 2020

Detroit auto worker who Biden snapped at over guns speaks out

The Saddest Day: 30 April 1975: The Fall of Saigon

The End Of A Republic (My Citroen)

'No obligation': Joe Biden opposed helping South Vietnamese refugees reach U.S. in 1975 and forward

Via Thang Bui

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Democratic presidential front-runner Joseph R. Biden, who has denounced President Trump’s efforts against Central American asylum-seekers, vigorously opposed resettling as refugees South Vietnamese who had helped the U.S. during the war.

The Washington Examiner reported Thursday, citing records from the administration of President Gerald R. Ford, that as a U.S. senator, Mr. Biden tried to deny refuge to hundreds of thousands fleeing the imminent North Vietnamese victory and likely Communist persecution.

Mr. Biden’s arguments about refugees reverse what he and other Democrats now insist are the only moral stances, saying that the U.S. had “no obligation, moral or otherwise, to evacuate foreign nationals,” the Examiner reported.


Come Out Big

Navy Commissions Warship in Honor of Living WWII Legend

Via Billy

On Feb. 23, 1945, the airfield on Iwo Jima had just been taken, but any movement forward ceased: A cluster of concrete pillboxes manned by hardened Japanese soldiers was strafing the field with hissing machine gun fire. Marines were trapped in the open and dying.

A skinny corporal strapped on a flamethrower, chose four men and stormed ahead.

More @ WJ

Johns Hopkins University: Most people recover from coronavirus with Worldwide Map

Via Billy

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Nearly 70,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus. Johns Hopkins University is tracking that in real-time with an interactive map which shows the spread of the virus. Doctors say most people who become infected will recover.

"We want people to remember the vast majority of individuals have mild illness, mild symptoms so kind of like the common cold, maybe a mild flu and so most of those individuals will recover on their own with just lots of fluids. You can take fever reducers,” Dr. David Hicks, Deputy Health Officer at the Jefferson County Health Department said.

What happens if you get the coronavirus and recover from it? Can you get it again?

More @  WBRC

MassResistance helps Wisconsin parents force Library Board to enact anti-Drag Queen policy – a big victory!

Via Cousin John


These local liberals can be vicious. Two years ago, they persuaded the vile $outhern Poverty Law Center to classify the Citizens for the St. Croix Valley as a “hate group”.

With the help of MassResistance, a fearless local pro-family group staged a bold pre-emptive action. They forced their local Library Board to enact a strong new policy that would make it nearly impossible for a “Drag Queen Story Hour” (DQSH) to come to their public library. But it wasn’t without a very nasty fight at the beginning.

Hudson, Wisconsin, is basically a suburb of the “Twin Cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, located just across the St. Croix River (which forms the state border).

Sasse Rips Pelosi for Trying to Smuggle Hyde Amendment Loophole into Coronavirus Package

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., questions Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as he testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on September 27, 2018

Senator Ben Sasse (R., Neb.) slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and Democrats for reportedly trying to ensure federal funding for abortion as part of the coronavirus economic stimulus plan.

“While schools are closing and hospitals are gearing up, Speaker Pelosi is waging unnecessary culture wars. Speaker Pelosi should be fighting the coronavirus pandemic, not politicizing emergency funding by fighting against the bipartisan Hyde Amendment,” Sasse told National Review in a statement. “We need to be ramping up our diagnostic testing, not waging culture wars at the behest of Planned Parenthood. Good grief.”

More @ NRO

COVID-19 case confirmed in Craven County, NC

Via Daughter Christine


 A Craven County man has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Officials say the man was tested on Wednesday, and confirmation of the positive results were received from the North Carolina State Lab on Saturday.

According to the Craven County Health Department, the man had traveled internationally and has been in isolation since his test on Wednesday. The department is working to identify close contacts to ensure those people are quarantined.

More @ WCTI