U.S.F.K. Announces First Case


The United States Forces Korea, in a recent public affairs statement, announced its first confirmed case.

A 23-year-old U.S. soldier stationed at Camp Carroll in South Korea has tested positive, U.S. Forces Korea have confirmed in a statement.

The U.S. soldier is the first U.S. service member to be infected with the illness that must not be mentioned.


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First Community Acquired COVID-19

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Someone Has Some Explaining to Do


Remember President Trump’s recent Fox interview where he justified flooding the U.S. labor market with low-wage foreign labor because the U.S. doesn’t have the high-skilled workers to fill the positions? The U.S. has a desperate need for foreign labor. I want legal immigrants in the largest numbers ever … remember that gem from last year’s state of the union address?

Someone should ask him to explain the following compilation by Michelle Malkin.


Kudlow Yammers: U.S. is Ahead of the Curve


This morning, President Trump’s economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, stressed that the US has been ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting citizens from the virus even as the CDC warned that the US is dangerously unprepared for the community outbreaks that it believes will inevitably arrive.


CDC Announces Test-Kits are Faulty