|President Trump Rolls Out ‘America First’ Healthcare Plan Aimed at Protecting Preexisting Conditions|
Yesterday, President Trump signed an executive order on the America First Healthcare Plan—”aimed at reforming the healthcare system; the measures include expanding choice, lowering prescription drug prices, protecting coverage for preexisting conditions and ending ‘surprise billing,'” Reagan McCarthy reports. “The president’s order criticizes [Obamacare], pointing to the law’s failure to expand coverage and reduce the price of premiums.”
🎬 WATCH: President Trump unveils America First Healthcare Plan!
When Conventional Wisdom Gets Downright Dangerous
“The problem with conventional wisdom is not that it is always wrong. The rub is that the majority of ‘experts’ unthinkingly and habitually mouth its validity until they ensure that it becomes static, unchanging, and immune from reexamination and dissent—an intolerant religious orthodoxy that finally become dangerous,” Victor Davis Hanson writes.
Supreme Court Justice Confirmations in Election Years Are Common — Despite Dem Complaints
“Confirming Supreme Court justices when both parties control the White House and Senate in an election year is perfectly normal. Indeed, it may be the most normal thing Washington does in this most unusual year,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) writes. Now, the left is issuing threats: “If Republicans exercise political power, Democrats will respond by abusing theirs.”
🎬 Press Secretary: The far left is in control of the Democrat Party
White House Targets Historically Black Colleges for Rapid COVID-19 Tests
“In an effort to prevent potential COVID-19 outbreaks in high-risk communities, the Trump administration said it has started shipping rapid coronavirus tests to more than three dozen historically Black colleges and universities . . . Each school is expected to receive between 3,000 and 10,000 tests initially, and they will be resupplied ‘as often as they need,'” Francesca Chambers and Grace Asiegbu report.
More Than 300 People From 29 States Arrested for Crimes Under Guise of ‘Peaceful’ Protests, Justice Department Says
“More than 40 of the 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices have filed charges alleging crimes including arson, burglary, and felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, among others,” Marlo Safi reports. “While peaceful protests have taken place, riots have erupted in many cities, causing extensive damage and even resulting in numerous deaths.”
🎬 WATCH: President Trump supports peaceful protest, not lawlessness!
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