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Medved: Nothing Partisan About COVID-19

Despite partisan grandstanding from politicians on all sides, scientists view the Coronavirus with surprising unanimity. No, COVID-19 isn’t a hoax; it’s a serious menace that’s already impacted tens of millions around the world and will likely disrupt hundreds of thousands of lives in the United States.

At the same time, it hardly represents a cataclysmic threat to civilization: within six months—in time for the American election—the health and economic threats will have begun to recede. Prominent leaders will of course claim credit for a “miraculous” rescue, but they won’t deserve it.

If nothing else, this virus should force elected representatives into more cooperation across party lines, along with recognition that politicos can’t control dangerous diseases. They can’t magically protect your health, but they CAN work together to improve the health of the body politic.

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Dems United in Reelecting President Trump: Hugh Hewitt with Senator Cornyn

Hugh Hewitt and Senator John Cornyn discuss Richard Grenell’s qualifications to become interim Director of National Intelligence, Russian interference in 2020 election overstated, the devastating coronavirus, as well as Democrats getting behind Bernie Sanders resulting in President Trump’s reelection.

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Democrats Take Show on the Road in Senate Impeachment Trial

Townhall Review – January 25, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Senator Mike Braun, Indiana, talk about how the impeachment effort is all about the upcoming election.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise about the President’s impeachment defense team.

Chris Stigall and National Review columnist Andrew McCarthy talk about the history of impeachment.

Hugh Hewitt and retired Admiral James Stavridis about the outbreak of the coronavirus in China and that country’s effort to contain it.

Dennis Prager, cigar aficionado, lauds the Louisiana State football team for celebrating by smoking cigars in the locker room after their victory over Clemson.

Mike Gallagher talks with John Lott, author of “The War on Guns,” about the State of Virginia’s efforts at gun control and the recent pro-gun rally in Richmond.

Dennis Prager talks with Arizona Senator Martha McSally about her encounter with a CNN “liberal hack.”

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Albert Mohler: As the Year 2020 Begins

Like a pristine new calendar, the Year 2020 begins without a blemish, but all too soon it will be recorded as history. We know this much: 2020 will bring a national election to the United States, and the race for president will be the main story of the year. By the end of 2020, we will know a very great deal about the political future of the United States. We already know how much is at stake.

The year will bring achievements and set-backs, storms and earthquakes, wars and rumors of wars. Millions of babies will be born worldwide in 2020, and we can only imagine the world they will know decades from now. There will be weddings and funerals and holidays and ordinary days—good days and hard days.

There will be 366 days in 2020—one extra day in February. Make every day count. May 2020 bring you and yours abundant blessings and many good days.

Happy New Year from Townhall.com.

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