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Democratic Governor’s Desperate Act to Steal Future Elections

For the past 2 years, Kentucky’s governor was Republican Matt Bevin, who ruled the state much like Donald Trump has tried to rule the nation. Bevin was willing to make the unpopular decisions required to do things like save the state pension fund, which was over $26 billion in debt and in danger of collapsing. Democrats amassed the teachers’ unions, ...

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Michael Bloomberg’s Dictatorial Socialist Healthcare Policies

Since multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg announced he was running for the Democratic 2020 presidential nomination, the airways have been filled with his misleading campaign commercials. Of course, he has enough money to personally finance his campaign and pay for the over abundance of adds. After all, the 77-year-old former Mayor of New York City is listed to be one of the ...

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The Gun Sanctuary Movement Is Exploding

Conservatives have railed for years against so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, criticizing localities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration policies they deem heartless and ineffective. In the past year, however, some conservative lawmakers have taken a page from the progressive playbook, employing sanctuary imagery in opposition to gun safety legislation they deem to be an unconstitutional restriction of their rights under ...

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‘Diabetes Burnout’ Is Real, Here’s How to Cope

Living with diabetes — especially if you need insulin to survive — is a never-ending job that can be life-threatening if done wrong. That constant daily stress can lead to “diabetes burnout,” a new study says. People with diabetes who experience burnout are mentally and physically exhausted, feeling detached from their condition and apathetic about their need for self-care. Diabetes ...

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Military Tries To Recover Bodies From New Zealand Volcano Disaster

Military personnel will attempt to recover bodies of the remaining victims of New Zealand’s White Island volcano tragedy at first light Friday local time — four days after it erupted. A total of 47 people were on the island, which is 50 kilometers (31 miles) off the coast of Whakatane on the country’s North Island, when the eruption occurred on ...

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Artificial Intelligence Could Help Solve America’s Impending Mental Health Crisis

Five years from now, the U.S.’ already overburdened mental health system may be short as many as 15,600 psychiatrists as the growth in demand for their services outpaces supply, according to a 2017 report from the National Council for Behavioral Health. But some proponents say that, by then, an unlikely tool—artificial intelligence—may be ready to help mental health practitioners mitigate ...

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Kate Middleton Feels ‘Obligated’ to Have a Fourth Baby?

Kate Middleton is facing more rumors that she and Prince William are pregnant with their fourth child. Royal watchers are convinced that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting after she skipped out on William’s recent trip to the Middle East. While most fans suspect that Kate wants to have another child, some experts believe that she might feel obligated to ...

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Boris Johnson Wins Majority in the UK

Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a sweeping, decisive and powerful majority of parliamentary seats — and a mandate to deliver Brexit — in Thursday’s general election. Ballots tallied through the night affirmed that Johnson and his Conservative Party had achieved a smashing success, the largest win for the Tories since the days of Margaret Thatcher — while the opposition Labour ...

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Rand Paul Wants to Destroy Retirement to Help with Student Loans

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has proposed a bill that will destroy the retirement hopes of tens of thousands of future retirees. In a recent email from Paul, he stated, in part: While you often hear me sounding the alarm over our country’s national deficit, that’s not the only debt in need of serious attention.  In the last decade, U.S. student ...

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