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Kanye West Just A Tweeted A Staggering Abortion Number. Here’s What He Said

Kanye West Just A Tweeted A Staggering Abortion Number. Here’s What He Said

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . Acclaimed rapper Kanye West lamented the deaths of the thousands of black babies aborted annually in a Friday afternoon tweet. “Over 22,500,000 black babies have been aborted over the past 50 years,” West tweeted to his 30 million followers. It was not immediately clear where West got these […]

Gov Abbott Prepares To Let Texas’s Stay-At-Home Order Lapse Under Several Conditions

Gov Abbott Prepares To Let Texas’s Stay-At-Home Order Lapse Under Several Conditions

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   Gov. Greg Abbott will let Texas’s stay-at-home order lapse after Thursday following a statewide lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. More than 280,406 Texans filed for unemployment in the week ending April 18 amid the lockdowns, according to figures provided by the Texas Workforce Commission. Abbott also announced Monday that […]

Ocasio-Cortez Invited To Debate Climate Catastrophe Skeptics. They Even Saved Her A Seat

Ocasio-Cortez Invited To Debate Climate Catastrophe Skeptics. They Even Saved Her A Seat

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor . The CO2 Coalition offered Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez an open invitation to come and debate them. Dr. Caleb Rossiter, the coalition’s director, made the offer at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference. Rossiter challenged the global warming “catastrophe” endorsed by Ocasio-Cortez and others. Skeptics of global warming “catastrophe” have an […]

ACC Coaches Want to Expand the March Madness Field

ACC Coaches Want to Expand the March Madness Field

  David Hookstead | Reporter ACC coaches apparently want to expand the March Madness field to 72 teams, according to Brett McMurphy. McMurphy recently tweeted, “ACC basketball coaches recommend NCAA tourney to expand from 68 to 72 teams, widen the lane [and] move [the] 3-point line back. They do not favor changing from halves to four quarters.” […]

Need Some Relaxation? Have You Ever Seen A Dog Eat Gently? JANIE REYNOLDS

Need Some Relaxation? Have You Ever Seen A Dog Eat Gently? JANIE REYNOLDS

By Janie Reynolds . In our hectic world of incessant social media attention, I have something for you to break up all that chatter. While perusing my Instagram I stumbled upon this calming account. The account “dogseatinggently” has successfully tamed the social media world by posting videos of exactly what it sounds like… dogs eating gently. […]

This Senator Is Mad That Tomah VA Employees Played Carnival Games Instead Of Caring For Vets

This Senator Is Mad That Tomah VA Employees Played Carnival Games Instead Of Caring For Vets

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is extremely disappointed in revelations that Tomah VA employees spent part of a work day on taxpayer dime playing the human version of Hungry, case Hungry Hippos. “Given the serious problems that have surrounded the Tomah VAMC, it is more than disappointing to see Tomah VA employees playing games […]

Majority of Americans Want Stricter Gun Control For First Time In Years

Majority of Americans Want Stricter Gun Control For First Time In Years

A Gallup poll released Monday shows a sharp increase in support for gun reforms with 55 percent calling for stricter laws. It is the fist time in almost three years a majority of Americans want increased legislation in the process of purchasing firearms. The largest increase is among people registered as either independent or Democrats, […]

House Advances Bill To Gut Obamacare, Defund Planned Parenthood

House Advances Bill To Gut Obamacare, Defund Planned Parenthood

A Key Part Of Common Core Isn’t Working Out

A Key Part Of Common Core Isn’t Working Out

A key advantage of Common Core over earlier educational standards has failed to appear, cialis according to a new assessment by The New York Times. According to backers, no rx Common Core was supposed to make it a lot easier to compare standardized test scores between participating states. Ohio, Illinois, and Massachusetts all administered Common […]

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