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Confronting Yet Another Indoctrinating School Year

Confronting Yet Another Indoctrinating School Year

by: Paul Driessen Labor Day is over, and millions of American children are back in school for their first in-person classes since March 2020. They and their parents are dealing with anxiety and mixed emotions that promise to make this academic year far more stressful than most.   Students and families are being thrown into […]

Biden To Impose Largest Tax Increase Since 1968

Biden To Impose Largest Tax Increase Since 1968

by Isabelle Morales The $3.5 trillion tax hike being pushed by President Biden and congressional Democrats would be the largest tax increase since 1968. In nominal dollars, Biden’s $3.5 trillion tax increase would be the largest in history. But even when comparing this tax as a percentage of the economy, this tax hike would be the largest in more […]

CNN’s Death Toll

CNN’s Death Toll

Robert E. Wright    CNN and other alarmist mass media outlets have been implicated in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans but nobody seems to care, including those outlets themselves. Throughout the pandemic, CNN and certain other cable news networks deliberately induced panic in order to boost their ratings and the CDC recently […]

6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

By Stanley Popovich Do you have a difficult time explaining your mental health issues to your family and friends? If so, here are six suggestions on how to discuss your mental health issues with your friends and relatives. 1. Talk to a counselor: The most important thing that you need to do is to talk to […]

6 Tips on How to Manage Your Daily Stresses And Anxieties

6 Tips on How to Manage Your Daily Stresses And Anxieties

By Stanley Popovich Everybody deals with stress and anxiety, however, our anxieties can sometimes get the best of us. It’s important to know how to cope with your anxieties and fears if they get out of control. With this in mind, here are some tips that a person can use to help manage their daily […]

B.R.E.A.T.H.E.: How to Survive Rising COVID-19-Related Anxiety Levels

B.R.E.A.T.H.E.: How to Survive Rising COVID-19-Related Anxiety Levels

According to a just released survey by USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR), anxiety linked to COVID-19-related issues is on the rise. Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed nationally experienced symptoms of anxiety and depression, up from 30 percent since mid-March. Worries over job loss, running out of money and contracting COVID-19 are […]

Student Anxiety in the Age of Trump: Has It  Impacted the Ability of High School Students to Learn? 

Student Anxiety in the Age of Trump: Has It  Impacted the Ability of High School Students to Learn? 

America’s “Common Sense Dad”, Richard Greenberg,  Weighs In On a Troubling Phenomenon  On the heels of a report by John Rogers, director of the Institute for Democracy, Education and Access at UCLA, there is rising concern that Trump-ism and the classroom aren’t compatible.  As reported in the Washington Post, more than half of public high school teachers […]