Families Are the Answer to Population Crisis

Hungary leads the way with its family policy model.

Texas DPS Ends Collaboration With Austin Police Department Amid Border Crisis

The Texas Department of Public Safety temporarily ended its partnership with the Austin Police Department on Saturday after the expiration of Title 42.

U.S. Navy Hires ‘Drag Queen Influencer’ to Persuade New Recruits

The United States Navy has revealed that it accepted a "drag queen influencer" to get new recruits to enlist in the service.

Two Tennessee Senators Endorse Trump

Lawmakers are choosing sides in the upcoming 2024 presidential race.

NPR Claims There’s ‘Limited Scientific Evidence’ Men Have ‘Physical Advantage’ Over Women in Sports

National Public Radio was ridiculed for claiming that there is "limited scientific evidence" that men have a "physical advantage" over women in sports.

Republican Nonprofit Launches Campaign Pushing Congress to Support Lowering Energy Costs

American Action Network (AAN), a nonprofit advocacy group with close ties to House Republican leadership, launched the first stages of a major issue advocacy campaign to urge members of Congress to support lowering energy costs.

Delaware Lowers Bar for New Attorneys

The passing score on the exam has been lowered from 145 to 143, while the number of essays required has been reduced from eight to four, with a corresponding decrease in the number of essay topics from 14 to 10.

U.S. Credit Card Debt Hits Historic High

US credit card debt inched close to a trillion dollars in the fourth quarter of 2022, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said in its quarterly report on household debt, released on Thursday.

Vitamin D May Lower Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

A study published this week found that regular vitamin D supplementation may lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes among millions of adults who have prediabetes.

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