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Back to School? ‘No Thanks’ Say Millions of New Homeschooling Parents

Back to School? ‘No Thanks’ Say Millions of New Homeschooling Parents

  BY KERRY MCDONALD Next month marks the beginning of the 2020/2021 academic year in several US states, and pressure is mounting to reopen schools even as the COVID-19 pandemic persists. Florida, for example, is now considered the nation’s No. 1 hot spot for the virus; yet on July 6, the state’s education commissioner issued an executive […]

US Vulnerable to China Rare Earth Monopoly, Researchers Find

US Vulnerable to China Rare Earth Monopoly, Researchers Find

BY ALAN MCDONNELL The Chinese communist regime is ready—and willing—to use the country’s near monopoly in rare earth elements (REEs) as a trump card in any trade war with the United States, according to China policy analysts. A report out this week from independent strategic consultants Horizon Advisory indicates that China is moving to take advantage of the CCP […]

Junk Food Addict Drank 11 Liters of Pop a Day, Loses 250lbs to Become a US Marine

Junk Food Addict Drank 11 Liters of Pop a Day, Loses 250lbs to Become a US Marine

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF   Adan Prescott was just 18 when his father, an Army veteran, died of a heart attack in 2013. The tragic loss of his dad sent Prescott into a downward spiral of depression and junk food addiction, and he saw his weight soar to 460 pounds (approx. 209 kg) by October 2016. Today, having […]

Supreme Court Denies to Review Trump Admin’s Request to Strike California’s Sanctuary Law

Supreme Court Denies to Review Trump Admin’s Request to Strike California’s Sanctuary Law

BY JANITA KAN The Supreme Court on June 15 rejected to hear the Trump administration’s request to strike down several provisions of a California “sanctuary” law that limits the cooperation between state and local law enforcement and federal immigration agents. The Trump administration appealed to the high court after lower courts refused to enjoin several provisions of the California Values Act, or Senate […]

Visiting America’s Largest Bird Park

Visiting America’s Largest Bird Park

BY FRED J. ECKERT   One of the most distinctive visitor attractions in the United States, a delightful park that appeals to all age groups, is a place you’ve probably never heard of, located in a town you’ve also probably never heard of. Scotland Neck, North Carolina—located roughly midway between North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh […]

Australian Flower With Petals That Look Like Perfect Little Hummingbirds

Australian Flower With Petals That Look Like Perfect Little Hummingbirds

BY LOUISE BEVAN To the untrained eye, this perfect little parcel of petals may look like an origami hummingbird. It is, in fact, a native Australian flower that blooms to emulate the tiny bird perfectly, and it’s taking the internet by storm. The plant that produces this extraordinary flower is known as the green or regal birdflower, scientific name Crotalaria […]

Trump Administration Sets Aside $10 Billion for Small Businesses in Distressed Communities

Trump Administration Sets Aside $10 Billion for Small Businesses in Distressed Communities

BY TOM OZIMEK The Trump administration announced on Thursday that it is setting aside $10 billion of additional Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding so that small business owners in all communities have access to needed capital to keep American workers employed. The Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration (SBA) said in a joint news release that the funds, which […]

Orange County Protective Equipment Manufacturer Expands Operations

Orange County Protective Equipment Manufacturer Expands Operations

BY CITY NEWS SERVICE ANAHEIM, Calif. (CNS)—A manufacturing facility focused on making surgical face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and other protective equipment will be in full-scale production this week in Anaheim. Demand for personal protective equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic is what’s pushing QYK Brands to quickly expand from its current 20,000-square-foot facility in Garden Grove […]

Farmer Unable to Sell Eggs Faced With Euthanizing Flock of 80,000 Hens–Until Local Woman Steps I

Farmer Unable to Sell Eggs Faced With Euthanizing Flock of 80,000 Hens–Until Local Woman Steps I

BY LOUISE BEVAN After running out of freezer space in mid-April, a Pennsylvania egg farmer was faced with an impossible choice: find a brand-new market for his eggs in the midst of the COVID pandemic or face euthanizing his flock of 80,000 hens. Disaster seemed to be a foregone conclusion until help arrived from a local woman with […]

Los Angeles Residents to Remain Under Safer at Home Order for 3 Months

Los Angeles Residents to Remain Under Safer at Home Order for 3 Months

BY KATABELLA ROBERTS   Los Angeles County residents can expect to remain under some type of stay-at-home restrictions for the next three months unless any major changes occur in the fight against the CCP virus, officials announced May 12. “LA County is continuing its progress on the road to recovery, with planned reopening of beaches for active recreation and […]

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