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68% Of Americans Felt Safer 2 Years Ago With Trump in Office

Most Americans felt safer two years ago when former President Donald Trump was in office, a Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group survey released Thursday found.

Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

List of 103 U.S. Food Manufacturing Facilities Destroyed Under Biden Admin

“There are currently no nationwide shortages of food," claims the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

These U.S. Cities See the Largest Increase in Rent Prices

While New York, California, and Boston, Massachusetts, continue to be the most expensive rental markets in the country, some unexpected locales have actually experienced the largest increases in one-bedroom rental prices year over year.

Teacher Wins Lawsuit Against School Who Forced Her to Deceive Parents About Students’ Gender ‘Pronouns’

A retired teacher in Kansas won $95,000 in a lawsuit against the Geary County school district after she was forced to deceive parents about their children's gender identity.

Over 20 States File Legal Brief Defending Navy Servicemembers Who Refused COVID Jab on Religious Grounds

Over 20 states have joined an amicus brief supporting members of the US Navy who refused Covid jabs due to religious objections.

Federal Court Partially Lifts Ban on Biden Administration’s COVID Vaccine Mandate for Contractors

A U.S. court has lifted part of the ban on the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors, finding a lower court went too far in blocking the vaccination requirements across the nation—but also predicting that the challenge to the mandate will probably succeed.

Abortion Center Will Close Down After Louisiana Bans Abortion

The Hope Medical Group for Women, which has been killing babies in Louisiana since 1980, will close down now that the state bans abortions.

Starbucks Doesn’t Want Mail-In Voting For Its Union Elections

Starbucks is urging the National Labor Relations Board to end all mail-in union elections at its U.S. stores after allegations of improper coordination between board officials and the union.

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