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August 3, 2020
COVID-19: Sorry, but we were never 'In This Together'
At a time of national pandemic angst, it was supposed to sound so nice. "We are in this together." But as some of us came to realize, that was not the case. In retrospect, had President Trump known what was to become of the United States as we knew it, he may had referred to the first tenet of the 1994 Contract with America before obliging the suggestions of bureaucrats. On the first day of the 104th Congress, the new Republican majority will immediately pass the following major reforms, aimed at restoring the faith and trust of the American people in their government: First: Require all laws that apply to the rest of the country also apply equally to the Congress. --- U-S-History.com The COVID-19 shutdown resulted in thousands of businesses and corporations around the nation being ordered to shut down for an undetermined amount of time, thus resulting in millions of Americans losing their jobs. It became ironic that those who were in the...(Read Full Post)