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400th Thanksgiving, 51st ‘National Day of Mourning’ for Some Native American Indians

For many Americans, the fourth Thursday of November marks a time for family gatherings, home-cooked meals and perhaps a game or two of football. But for over 50 years, Native American activists...

Gov. Kelly Serves Kansas by Rejecting Vaccine Mandate – Commentary

Today, federal policies have more to do with cementing the government’s control than serving the public good.

Opinion: Schools Should Focus on Their Core Responsibilities

There’s been a lot of sound and fury emanating lately from our nation’s schools and school board meetings. Many educators appear preoccupied with critical theories, historical inequities, systemic discrimination, DEI training, and...

Rittenhouse Found Not Guilty of All Charges in Kenosha Shootings

(The Center Square) – A jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty Friday on all five counts against him in the 2020 shootings that killed two men and injured another during rioting in...

With Rogue Juror, Opioid Plaintiffs Face New Setback Most Foul

On a Friday in the middle of October, Judge Dan Aaron Polster discovered that a member of the unsequestered jury had done a little digging on her own and brought brochures related to the case into the jury room, distributing them to the other jurors.

CMS Sits on Money for Care of the Needy in Texas

Not long after Biden took office, his administration rescinded the waiver, not because of any material issues pertaining to the application but because of a procedural issue with the paperwork.

CDC Revises Its Definition of “Vaccine” – Commentary

"Why would the government’s key public health agency change the definition of what a vaccine is in the midst of a pandemic?  After millions of Americans have taken the shot?  And millions more are being beaten into taking it for the first time and others to get booster shots."

Biden and Becerra Kill Democratic Norms to Funnel Money to Abortion Providers- Commentary

Public input is legally required and standard practice for agency rulemaking. It not only makes for better rules, but it furthers democracy by allowing the public to voice their concerns about agency rules that have the force of law, but that their elected representatives in Congress never voted on.

Democrats’ $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill Would Cut Two Million People from Private Health Coverage

A deeper dive into the CBO’s data shows the number of Americans with private health coverage is estimated to decline, on net, by nearly 2 million when the bill’s provisions are fully implemented.

Op-Ed: Big Regulations Stop Tiny Houses in Georgia

People like things big in the United States. Food portions, cars and televisions have grown larger in recent decades, as has spending. But Cindy Tucker wants to reverse the trend in one...

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