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August 20th, 2019
planned parenthood
By: Sarah McCammon – npr.org – August 19, 2019 Planned Parenthood is leaving the federal Title X family planning program rather than comply with new Trump administration rules regarding abortion counseling. The new rules, issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services earlier this year, prohibit Title X grantees from providing or referring patients for abortion, except in...
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August 1st, 2019
smoke from factory
By: Kent Lassman & Daniel Turner – cei.org – July 30, 2019 In early 2019, a handful of progressive Democrats galvanized their party around a set of ideas that—even if only partially implemented—would restructure vast areas of the American economy and radically refashion the American household with large and ongoing costs. This set of proposals, called the Green New Deal (GND)—introduced in the 116th...
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August 1st, 2019
Free
By: Suzanne Hamner – sonsoflibertymedia.com – July 31, 2019 Another Democratic Party presidential nominee debate has ended among the cookie-cutter contenders offering “free stuff”.  Again, unable to sit through the lies, deception and outright disdain for the majority of Americans, others suffered through to fill the internet alternative news pages full of the CNN (Corruption News Network) aired liededis-fest (lies, deception,...
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July 30th, 2019
Millennial paying cash
By: Blair Shiff – foxbusiness.com –  July 29, 2019 Millennials get a bad rep sometimes, often being told they are difficult to manage and even entitled. Now, a new guilt-ridden study says nearly half of millennials still get monthly money from their parents. Also known as Generation Y, millennials are typically defined as people born between the years of 1981 and 1996 and are...
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July 23rd, 2019
Millennials with cash
By: Staff – relevantmagazine.com – July 22, 2019 Despite the widespread assumption that millennials are self-obsessed, there’s actually very little data to back it up. Selfies and vlogs aside, it’s difficult to really categorize and compare the altruism of entire generations. But at least one new study suggests that when it comes to generosity, millennials’ habits are a little complicated. [h/t...
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June 25th, 2019
US Capital Dome
By: Niv Elis – thehill.com –  June 25, 2019 House Democrats on Tuesday passed a $383 billion spending package, finishing work on three-quarters of the annual appropriations bills on its docket ahead of the July Fourth recess. The package of five funding bills passed in a vote of 227-194, largely along party lines. It includes funds for commerce and justice; agriculture, interior and...
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June 3rd, 2019
Political Action Committee
By: Jim Geraghty – nationalreview.com – June 3, 2019 Making the click-through worthwhile: A rare single-topic Jolt this morning, as I’ve watched the two millionth “the problem with conservatism is people like you, the solution for conservatism is people like me” debate, and I’m just sick and tired of so many of our brethren averting their eyes from the big, glaring, worsening problem...
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May 22nd, 2019
waiting to sign-up for ObamaCare
By: Merrill Matthews & Mark Litow – wsj.com – January 13, 2013 Thanks to mandates that take effect in 2014, premiums in individual markets will shoot up. Some may double. Health-insurance premiums have been rising—and consumers will experience another series of price shocks later this year when some see their premiums skyrocket thanks to the Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare....
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May 20th, 2019
By: Janet Adamy & Paul Overberg – wsj.com – May 19, 2019 American millennials are approaching middle age in worse financial shape than every living generation ahead of them, lagging behind baby boomers and Generation X despite a decade of economic growth and falling unemployment. Hobbled by the financial crisis and recession that struck as they began their working life, Americans born between...
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May 20th, 2019
Morehouse college w grad
By: Charisse Jones – usatoday.com – May 20, 2019 The blockbuster announcement by billionaire Robert F. Smith that he will pay off the student loans held by Morehouse College’s entire graduating class of 2019 hit a nerve for a couple of reasons. Besides being incredibly generous, many college grads could benefit from such a gift, or at least a little financial relief....
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