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I am a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate (RI) running to replace Democrat Senator Jack Reed. .
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Thomas Sowell Jun 1
Black votes matter to many politicians — more so than black lives. That is why such politicians must try to keep black voters fearful, angry and resentful. Racial harmony would be a political disaster for such politicians.
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Allen Waters May 27
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Allen Waters May 21
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Allen Waters May 20
I want to eliminate federal income tax for Rhode Islanders. I signed the pledge to support the Fair Tax Act (HR 25) in Congress: replace federal income tax with a national retail sales tax and close the IRS.
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Allen Waters May 20
I want to eliminate federal income tax for Rhode Islanders. I signed the pledge to support the Fair Tax Act (HR 25) in Congress: replace federal income tax with a national retail sales tax and close the IRS.
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Allen Waters May 18
Harvard’s Latest Attack on Homeschooling Abuses Reason and Justice | Kerry McDonald via
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Allen Waters May 18
We now know the Imperial College COVID-19 model was so highly flawed that it never should have been relied upon for policy decisions. via
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Allen Waters May 15
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Allen Waters May 15
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Allen Waters May 11
This Is the Future of the Pandemic
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Allen Waters May 5
Govt can't stop Covid-19, neither can business. There are no absolute protections from infection. Luckily, infection survival rate is as high as 99.5%. Businesses large and small need legal immunity to reduce social distancing delaying inevitable herd immunity.
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Allen Waters May 4
Keep hope alive! Save the ninety nine point five.
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Allen Waters May 3
Of course, there is not enough research that proves masks have more than low efficacy, but 'shaming for nothing' is what some people must do. Coronavirus: Why etiquette, not social shaming, will get people to wear masks and keep a distance via
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Allen Waters May 3
Replying to @FoxNews
These Northeast Governors like NJ, MA, and RI may never get their "numbers" down in time to save citizens from financial disaster. Infection fatality rate may be low as 1/2 of 1% or 199 out of 200 survive. Coronavirus has no cure, maybe bad governance as well.
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Allen Waters May 3
“The death rate is much, much lower,” Cuomo said Monday, referring to the serology tests. He said the New York state rate appears to be 0.5 percent — which is one death per 200 infections. - NYT
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Allen Waters May 3
Gov. Cuomo's public shaming misleads the people of NY and America about effectiveness of wearing masks which have a low efficacy of preventing others from catching Coronavirus. Masks are the 'big lie" of pandemic. Little value. Big control for infection death rate of 1/2 of 1%.
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Allen Waters May 3
The key is not transferring funds to the currently rich, but ensuring the most competitive economic environment possible via
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Allen Waters Apr 30
Study Finds Historic Drop in National Reading and Math Scores Since Adoption of Common Core Curriculum Standards via Pioneer Institute
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Allen Waters Apr 29
The UK government's scientific advisers believe that the chances of dying from a coronavirus infection are between 0.5% and 1%. BBC News - Coronavirus death rate: What are the chances of dying?
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Allen Waters Apr 29
The greatest half of America will vote for President Trump because too many Americans have gotten a taste of the what leftist overreach is like in Democrat lead states and cities. They are not about saving lives. It's about statist power over the people, and it's ugly.
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