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Kentucky Law to Help Protect Students

When the US Supreme Court removed the moral values of our nation from public schools and government in the mid-1960s, they opened the door to the societal decay we see in America today. There is a law in science that states that a vacuum cannot exist in an open system and that’s true for a country’s moral foundations. When those ...

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Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Was Missing 3 Recommended Features

After sifting through the wreckage of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others, investigators revealed the helicopter lacked a safety feature recommended 14 years ago. The aircraft did not have a terrain awareness and warning system (TAWS), the National Transportation Safety Board said. It also lacked a cockpit voice recorder and a flight data recorder, an NTSB member ...

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Will Democrats Allow Trump to Balance Budget?

Have you ever heard the expression of ‘put up or shut up’? I’ve heard that my whole life and have used that line to force others to either produce results or stop complaining and arguing. It’s also an expression that needs to be used in Washington DC. If I were a Republican in Congress, I would definitely use this with ...

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Is Coronavirus Outbreak Due to Chinese Bio-Warfare Program?

As previously reported, the recent outbreak of a deadly strain of coronavirus appears to have begun in Wuhan, China. The reports coming in from all over the world has a growing number of cases every hour. The number of victims is spreading across the globe as is the number of people being hospitalized and the number of people reported dead ...

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Kentucky Dems Example of Danger if Dems Win 2020 Elections

In 2019, three states held gubernatorial elections – Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi. In Mississippi, Republican Gov. Phil Bryant had reached his term limit, but fortunately for the state’s residents, Republican Tate Reeves won the election. In Louisiana, Democrat John Bel Edwards won re-election. In Kentucky, the governor’s race was an ugly and bitter one, filled with lies perpetrated by Democrats. ...

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Will Seniors be Able to Survive a 2020 Democratic Victory?

Democrats running in the 2020 elections, both federal and state, are using an age-old ploy of promising everything possible to voters in hopes that they will be gullible enough to believe them. Over the centuries, this lying ploy has worked far too many times and each time it works, the voters who fell for the bait are the ones who ...

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Apple Delivers New Tech For Users In The United States

A year ago, Apple announced a massive effort to remake Maps. Not just by making its own maps from the literal ground up, but by re-imagining how maps should be implemented, with privacy by design, and with features that would be truly useful not just for navigation but for trip planning, exploring, and more. Apple started at home, in the ...

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China Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs to 106

The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak in China rose Monday as the government, scrambling to contain the epidemic, extended the Lunar New Year holiday to try to stop people from traveling. The death toll stood at 106, according to health officials who have warned that the spread of the virus was accelerating. Officials with China’s National Health Commission ...

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This State is a Tax Haven for Both Billionaires and Middle Class Americans

It’s not often that two distinctively opposite groups have something important in common. Especially when one group is made up of billionaires and the other ordinary working Americans. However, according to recent data from the IRS both groups are savvy enough in realizing that high tax states like New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are a detriment to their bottom-line. ...

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