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2 students who grew up in Venezuela warn about danger of socialism

Venezuela once had a vibrant middle class, despite flaws in governance. Article by Jarrett Stepman from Daily Signal. However, as two students who grew up in Venezuela explained in a Heritage Foundation webinar, embracing the socialist regimes of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro eventually led to utter ruin for all but that country’s elite. Not only was Venezuela impoverished...

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BLM worships known abusers of women while attacking those who defend women daily

The #MeToo movement highlighted men who abused women, and the vast majority of progressives supported the movement. But when it comes to Black Lives Matter, there's a distinct willingness to set aside the #MeToo tenets in order to elevate men who abuse women to martyr status. After all, their victims' concerns are secondary to progressives when the narrative...

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Higher prices and shortages on aisle three

If the post-coronavirus economy means living without ketchup and spreading less Nutella on toast, what were the face masks and lockdowns all for anyway? From higher prices to product shortages, the latest consumer trends signal hard times for U.S. shoppers as future visits to the supermarket and restaurants will be different from before the COVID-19 public health crisis. In the...

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New Arizona law bans outside money to help run elections

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed significant election integrity legislation into law. Article by Rachel del Guidice from Daily Signal. “With public confidence in our elections in peril, it’s clear our elections must be pristine and above reproach—and the sole purview of government,” Ducey said Friday in a signing letter. Arizona’s new law prevents private funding from going into elections,...

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Could MORE police funding—and thus better training—have saved Daunte Wright?

When Danielle Neuschwanger got her degree in criminal justice, she knew she would end up working in some capacity with law enforcement. Her career path led her through the system where she learned that law enforcement organizations in America are underfunded, not overfunded as Black Lives Matter and other radical leftist groups claim. Watch this interview on Locals...

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UK variant is now the most dominant coronavirus strain circulating in the US, say observers

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky on Wednesday, April 7, said in a news briefing that the prevalence of “variants of concern” is increasing and that the U.K. variant, known as B.1.1.7, is now the most dominant Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) strain circulating in the United States. Article by Nolan Barton from Natural News. “Based on our...

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Ben & Jerry’s Woke Cream calls for complete dismantling of police over Daunte Wright killing

For years, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream has been known as a far-left progressive company. Their founders have been very outspoken about leftist hot topics ranging from LGBTQ supremacy to climate change hysteria. Now, they're going further than even many in the Black Lives Matter community by calling for the complete dismantling of America's law enforcement system. "The...

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Public kindergarten enrollment is plummeting—Here’s why that’s a good thing

Public school enrollment has consistently declined across most states this academic year, and there are new signs that the trend will continue this fall. On Thursday, New York City’s education department reported that kindergarten applications for the 2021/2022 school year dropped 12 percent, from 63,000 to under 55,500 applications. Article by Kerry McDonald from FEE. Overall New York City kindergarten enrollment...

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