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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Yes, We're Going Back To The Moon And Beyond!
“Our nation is on the verge of launching NASA astronauts to the International Space Station on a commercial American rocket and spacecraft—a historic mission,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine writes in USA Today.
“NASA has a bold plan to quickly and sustainably explore more of the moon than ever before under the Artemis program. Even as we shift focus to the moon, NASA remains committed to supporting a space economy in low-Earth orbit for research, crew training and more.”
“Of course the Trump administration is playing tough with the media—because the media has played tough with him before he was even elected. Nearly every question asked in the briefing room is usually in the loaded construction of, ‘As you know, things are terrible, and it’s your fault, care to comment?’ McEnany has decided to hit back,” the New York Post editorial board writes.
“Democrats and virtually every journalist in the Washington media are fond of saying things like Nobody wants the shutdown to last forever and Everybody wants the economy to go back to what it was. But just as when they insist that Everyone believes in securing the Southern border, there's no real indication that they're being honest,” Eddie Scarry writes in the Washington Examiner.
“Most Medicare recipients will have access to prescription plans next year that limit their copays for insulin to no more than $35 a month, potentially saving hundreds of dollars, the Trump administration announced Tuesday,” The Associated Press reports.