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Monthly Archives: May 2019

Democrats Displace U.S. Kids in Favor of Immigrants

The immigration crisis has claimed its first American victims on U.S. soil, thanks to Democratically controlled legislators in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Recently, Democrats have been receiving fire for forced kids out of their annual 4-H event held at the New Mexico State Fairgrounds. The annual 4-H Horse School has held this event at the Expo New Mexico ...

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Is it ADHD or just Kids Being Kids?

Kids running around like the energizer bunny has always been the accepted natural duo. That is until the more recent seeming problem with kids needing to sit still and not be rambunctiously inquisitively interruptive in school. Today the label of ADHD – attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a fancy name for inattention and impulsiveness seems to be the accepted norm. But ...

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Hair Loss In Women Caused By Stress

Thinning hair runs in my family and so does depression. My grandmother who grew up with a difficult childhood, had substantial hair loss by the time she was in her mid-forties. My sister who went through chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant lost all of her hair and was never able to grow it back. I can recall my mother ...

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Political correctness is anything but correct

We live in a society that not only accepts lies and dishonesty, but it also encourages it. We hide behind nice gestures and pleasantries that only mask the true self of anger and confusion that lives deep within us all. We can’t free these feelings or discuss them because if we do, we will be criticized as being insensitive or ...

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Courts Are Getting Into The Gender Debate

Recently, a Swiss-based court ruled that the level of testosterone in a person would be the deciding factor on if a person could compete against women or not. This ruling came as a result of transgender females who competed against biological women in high stake competitions like the Olympics. Needless to say, it’s hard to believe that a court had ...

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Woman Power: Donations Flowing To Trump

Who can forget those radical feminists in 2017 wearing pink pussy hats and large satin vagina lips during their worldwide Women’s March protesting and demonstrating against the new administration? Even pop diva Madonna declared she wanted to “blow up the White House.” Fast forward to 2019 and a much different dynamics is taking place reluctantly being covered by the mainstream ...

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Parental Protest Shuts Down Cancerous Sprint 5G Cell Tower

On March 27, 2019, global telecommunications provider Sprint turned off one of its new 5G cell phone towers after a shocking rise of reported cancer cases in the vicinity. The telco plans to move the cell tower to another site. Parents of students enrolled in Weston Elementary School, part of the Ripon Unified School District in California’s San Joaquin County, ...

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Six Warning Signs That Your Child May Be Being Bullied

Despite raising awareness of the problem, and anti-bullying campaigns such as First Lady Melania Trump’s “Be Best” initiative, the unfortunate truth is that bullying among school-aged kids continues to rise. According to the national statistics on stopbullying.gov: Been Bullied 28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experienced bullying. 20% of U.S. students in grades 9–12 experienced bullying. Bullied Others Approximately ...

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Mother’s Day Is An Opportunity To Teach Gift Giving

Don’t judge me for talking about gift giving on Mother’s Day. Pretty, please. As a divorced, single parent, I have always felt torn about how to handle Mother’s Day with my children, and I’m sure the sentiment extends to single dads who also have to teach their children on how to treat them on Father’s Day, too. Holidays are an ...

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