As of last Sunday night, about 2,800 Americans had died from COVID-19, and there were 142,000 overall cases. By the time this newsletter reaches your i…
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It’s probably not good for your mental health to spend too much time looking at the Johns’ Hopkins coronavirus map that tracks ongoing cases on a count…
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Not everyone stayed home, of course. Our medical professionals are risking their health every day trying to keep us safe. And truck drivers are working…
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The Dispatch Weekly comes to you every Saturday from Ohio, where things got very real, very quickly this week. Gov. Mike DeWine has been upfront and de…
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It was a very good week for Joe Biden. On the other hand, it was a very bad week for the United States in regards to Afghanistan. We witnessed two hist…
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Happy Leap Day, readers! Personally, we’re not sure why February of all months gets an extra day every four years (why not June, when we can cook out a…
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It was, once again, a busy week.
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New Hampshire, Roger Stone, China, and more.
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The Iowa debacle, the State of the Union spectacle, and more.
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Plus, Huawei in the U.K., and lots and lots of podcasts.
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The China trade agreement, the Indian Child Welfare Act, and a battle over nuclear funding.
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Justin Amash 2020, the necessity of the U.S. as a superpower, and the problem with negotiating with the Taliban.
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