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Florida Medical Board Considers Banning Transition Treatments for Kids

The state would ban treatments for children under 18.

School Choice Looms as Electoral Stealth Issue

Conservatives gathered at the pro-Trump America First Policy Summit in Washington this week talked about numerous issues like soaring crime, the ailing economy, and tensions abroad.

4 Compelling Reasons for the Senate to Oppose Redefining Marriage

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act, legislation that would repeal the overwhelmingly bipartisan Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 and codify the U.S. Supreme Court’s redefinition of marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges into federal law.

University of Chicago Poll Shows Americans Distrust of Their Own Government Extremely High

If you weren’t already convinced that America is headed in the wrong direction and that citizens themselves are more polarized and divided than ever before, a recent poll may have you rethinking that.

St. Louis Chooses to Fund Abortions

On July 15, the St. Louis board of aldermen voted to establish a new fund that would help women in the St. Louis area travel to neighboring states to obtain abortions.

Here are the GOP candidates Democrats have helped in primaries

Democratic-aligned groups and candidates have spent tens of millions of dollars to influence GOP primaries across the country this year, hoping that their efforts will yield less-electable, more-controversial Republican nominees in the general elections.

Man Who Tried to Assassinate GOP Governor Candidate Lee Zeldin Was Released Without Bail

U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), who is currently running for Governor of New York, was attacked on stage during a campaign event on Thursday evening.

Hispanic and Working Class Voters Are Both Fleeing From Progressives

New data is showing that working-class voters and Hispanic voters are polling nearly identically on progressive issues. And not in the Democrats’ favor.

Republicans Raise Alarm Over New State Department ‘Woke Czar’

Republican lawmakers are calling for an inquiry into a new State Departmentequity position they are calling a “woke czar.”

Japan’s Conservative Ex-Prime Minister Assassinated

Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated Friday on a street in western Japan by a gunman who opened fire on him from behind as he delivered a campaign speech — an attack that stunned the nation that has some of the strictest gun control laws anywhere.

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