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California Border Protection Won’t Increase the Height of a Portion of Border Wall Amid Immigration, Drug, Illegal Firearms Crisis

Plans now include lowering one section from the originally proposed 30 feet to 18 feet.

Biden Continues to See Low Approval Ratings Despite Midterm Results

President Joe Biden witnessed some of the lowest approval ratings of his administration despite moderating price levels and the Democratic Party avoiding severe midterm losses, according to a new poll from Reuters.

Record Number of New Yorkers Fled to Florida in 2022

Blue New York lost tens of thousands of residents to Florida in 2022, reaching historic figures, according to data from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Populations Dropped in 3 Chinese Counties in 2020

Census data for three counties in China’s southeast Sichuan Province revealed that the population drop during the first year of the pandemic was as high as 22 percent.

Abortions in Texas Drop Nearly 99% Since Overturning of Roe V. Wade

Abortions in Texas dramatically decreased in the months following the overturning of Roe v. Wade last June, according to recent state data.

Few Schools Returning to Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Increase

At least five school districts, most in the northeast of the country, have reinstated mask requirements for students amid an uptick in COVID-19 infections, and two requested that students be tested for the virus before returning to school from winter break.

64,443,118 Babies Have Been Killed in Abortions Since Roe v. Wade In 1973

A new factsheet that tallies the number of babies killed in abortions since 1973 presents heartbreaking news for pro-life Americans.

Orange County Doctor Lists 5 Dangers of COVID Vax to Board of Commissioners (Video)

Dr. Kevin Stillwagon discusses five potential reasons some people experience adverse reactions to the COVID jab, including the location of injection, varied vaccine dosages, degraded polyethylene glycol and mRNA, and the body's acidity level.

Blue States California and New York Experience ‘Six-Figure’ Population Decrease

Both California and New York experienced a “six-figure” population decrease since 2020, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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