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Sally Pipes and Andrew Wilkow Discuss the Latest News on the Coronavirus, COVID-19

Sally C. Pipes joins Andrew Wilkow to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic and how countries are responding to the explosion of COVID-19 cases in their own borders. Andrew hosts the Wilkow Majority on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125. https://www.pacificresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Wilkow-SALLY-PIPES-3-13-20.mp3

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Coronavirus State Of Emergency — Under Single-Payer, California Would Be In A Permanent State Of Emergency

For most of us, the coronavirus pandemic is an ordeal we’re slogging our way through. However, some are seizing the opportunity to appeal for support for the health care schemes that have failed other nations. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, for one, has gone as far as to claim that Medicare …

California

PRI’s Tim Anaya discusses Coronavirus on Commonwealth Club Week to Week Political Roundtable

Watch Tim Anaya, PRI’s senior director of communications and the Sacramento office, discuss how the political and economic impact of the coronavirus on a special livestream of the Commonwealth Club’s “Week to Week” Political Roundtable, moderated by John Zipperer.  Other panelists include Dr. Gina Baleria, Assistant Professor, Sonoma State University …

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Coronavirus shows why you don’t want price controls during a pandemic

The World Health Organization has declared the novel coronavirus a global pandemic, with more than 118,000 confirmed cases worldwide. As countries brace for the worst, people around the world are looking to the United States for a drug that can prevent or cure the disease. The world is right to put its …

Commentary

Pending “Buy America” Executive Order Threatens Coronavirus Response

This week, as the coronavirus pandemic surges, President Trump is considering an executive order that would result in obstructing the movement of critical medical supplies and treatments. The new order aims to bring the pharmaceutical supply chain back to the United States by forcing federal agencies to “Buy America”—American medical equipment, American …

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Legislative Analyst Offers First Hint of Impact of Coronavirus on State Budget

The coronavirus and the massive economic shutdown that has accompanied it as large parts of California are sheltering in place is significantly complicating work on the May Revise of the Gov. Newsom’s budget, due in just weeks. California’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst Gabriel Petek on Wednesday released his first assessment of …

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Will State Budget Be Victim of Coronavirus?

The uncertainty over the coronavirus has negatively impacted the financial markets.  Hit the hardest in the short term have been the travel and hospitality industries – with much talk of layoffs, bankruptcies, and industry bailouts. The Dow Jones and Nasdaq have entered bear territory, falling more than 20 percent in …

Commentary

Coronavirus is not a good argument for ‘Medicare for all’

The novel coronavirus has emerged as the latest justification for “Medicare for all.” This week, Sen. Bernie Sanders said, “When I talk about healthcare being a human right … the coronavirus crisis makes that abundantly clear as to why it should be.” And last week, left-wing wunderkind Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said …

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Coronavirus Just the Latest Example of U.N. Incompetence and Failure

The World Health Organization, a part of the United Nations, has proposed an official name, COVID-19, for the illness caused by the Wuhan coronavirus, after the city in China where it emerged. (The new designation stands for coronavirus disease 2019, as the illness was first detected toward the end of …

Commentary

Coronavirus could break ‘Medicare-for-all’ — single-payer systems struggle with outbreaks

On Jan. 31, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, the head of the president’s Task Force on the Novel Coronavirus, declared a public health emergency in response to the global outbreak of the pathogen. The coronavirus has claimed more than 900 lives around the world so far, including that of Dr. …

Coronavirus

Sally Pipes and Andrew Wilkow Discuss the Latest News on the Coronavirus, COVID-19

Sally C. Pipes joins Andrew Wilkow to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic and how countries are responding to the explosion of COVID-19 cases in their own borders. Andrew hosts the Wilkow Majority on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125. https://www.pacificresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Wilkow-SALLY-PIPES-3-13-20.mp3

California

Coronavirus State Of Emergency — Under Single-Payer, California Would Be In A Permanent State Of Emergency

For most of us, the coronavirus pandemic is an ordeal we’re slogging our way through. However, some are seizing the opportunity to appeal for support for the health care schemes that have failed other nations. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, for one, has gone as far as to claim that Medicare …

California

PRI’s Tim Anaya discusses Coronavirus on Commonwealth Club Week to Week Political Roundtable

Watch Tim Anaya, PRI’s senior director of communications and the Sacramento office, discuss how the political and economic impact of the coronavirus on a special livestream of the Commonwealth Club’s “Week to Week” Political Roundtable, moderated by John Zipperer.  Other panelists include Dr. Gina Baleria, Assistant Professor, Sonoma State University …

Commentary

Coronavirus shows why you don’t want price controls during a pandemic

The World Health Organization has declared the novel coronavirus a global pandemic, with more than 118,000 confirmed cases worldwide. As countries brace for the worst, people around the world are looking to the United States for a drug that can prevent or cure the disease. The world is right to put its …

Commentary

Pending “Buy America” Executive Order Threatens Coronavirus Response

This week, as the coronavirus pandemic surges, President Trump is considering an executive order that would result in obstructing the movement of critical medical supplies and treatments. The new order aims to bring the pharmaceutical supply chain back to the United States by forcing federal agencies to “Buy America”—American medical equipment, American …

Blog

Legislative Analyst Offers First Hint of Impact of Coronavirus on State Budget

The coronavirus and the massive economic shutdown that has accompanied it as large parts of California are sheltering in place is significantly complicating work on the May Revise of the Gov. Newsom’s budget, due in just weeks. California’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst Gabriel Petek on Wednesday released his first assessment of …

Blog

Will State Budget Be Victim of Coronavirus?

The uncertainty over the coronavirus has negatively impacted the financial markets.  Hit the hardest in the short term have been the travel and hospitality industries – with much talk of layoffs, bankruptcies, and industry bailouts. The Dow Jones and Nasdaq have entered bear territory, falling more than 20 percent in …

Commentary

Coronavirus is not a good argument for ‘Medicare for all’

The novel coronavirus has emerged as the latest justification for “Medicare for all.” This week, Sen. Bernie Sanders said, “When I talk about healthcare being a human right … the coronavirus crisis makes that abundantly clear as to why it should be.” And last week, left-wing wunderkind Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said …

Commentary

Coronavirus Just the Latest Example of U.N. Incompetence and Failure

The World Health Organization, a part of the United Nations, has proposed an official name, COVID-19, for the illness caused by the Wuhan coronavirus, after the city in China where it emerged. (The new designation stands for coronavirus disease 2019, as the illness was first detected toward the end of …

Commentary

Coronavirus could break ‘Medicare-for-all’ — single-payer systems struggle with outbreaks

On Jan. 31, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, the head of the president’s Task Force on the Novel Coronavirus, declared a public health emergency in response to the global outbreak of the pathogen. The coronavirus has claimed more than 900 lives around the world so far, including that of Dr. …

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