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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Suicide Gender Gap Among Teenage Youth Has Vanished

It should come as no surprise that suicide rates among Americans have increased steadily since the Great Recession of 2007. While the economy has begun a slow recovery in recent years, and extreme joblessness has eased considerably, many college-age youth remain severely burdened by a mountain of debt in a job market that remains forbidding. Unable to pay their bills, ...

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Are Immigrants Beneficial for Middle Class Moms?

There are many arguments surrounding the issue of illegal immigrants and their rights. Currently, both sides of the political spectrum argue that illegal immigrants are either draining on the US economy or that they add an economic boost that is desperately needed in America. Well, now political experts have derived that illegal immigrants are necessary for middle-class mothers to not ...

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De Blasio to End Programs in NYC for Gifted Students

The holy-grail of diversity at the expense of gifted and talented students in New York City’s public schools seems to have won out. A mayor-backed panel has just recommended eliminating perhaps the only worthwhile and successful “gifted and talented programs” within the entire Public Schools System. The mayor’s proposal which of course is backed by the Teachers Union would in ...

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Dear Husbands, Please Teach Your Son How To Pee

Listen up boys, I have a special request – I’m sure most of your wives aren’t going to ask of you, so I’m taking one for the team. I’m just going to say it: Please teach our sons how to pee properly. Let be frank, you’ve been messing with that thing since the day you discovered you had it and ...

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Drag Queens no longer allowed to read to children at public library

This August the Texas City Council voted 5 to 2 to end renting out library rooms to the public after a firestorm by concerned parents over a controversial “Drag Queen Story Hour” presentation became public. The controversial event came to light after it was discovered a “Drag Queen Story Hour” event had been scheduled on June 15th at the library ...

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How to Keep Your Kids Safe at an Amusement Park

Amusement Parks are staples of summertime fun. And, even as the summer is drawing to a close, the fall brings with it a cacophony of church carnivals and county fairs. Who can resist the draw of biting deeply into a corndog while strolling down the midway, or the clarion call of a ride on the Ferris Wheel? Kids and parents ...

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Women Still Facing Sports Injury Gender Disparities

Sports injuries, especially concussions, are a hot topic in professional and collegiate sports these days.  Most of the attention is on male athletes, especially football players. The possibility of serious brain damage resulting from helmet hits to the head has led to changes in the way the game is played, as well as a heightened emphasis in sports medicine on ...

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7 Common Back to School Issues and How to Deal With Them

It’s that time of year that kids can’t stand and many parents think “couldn’t have come soon enough” – back to school! But before all you moms (and dads) breathe that heavy sigh of relief that the kids are out of your hair, remember, that “back to school” can bring its own set of anxieties and issues, that can leave ...

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Tuition Grants: NJ Misappropriates $4 Million to Illegal Immigrants

If you’re a resident of the Garden State, then you’re undoubtedly aware how progressive policies by Democratic politicians in Trenton have turned the state into a third-world enclave, second perhaps to California in misappropriating taxpayer funds, for the benefit of illegal aliens. Thanks to our tax grubbing Governor’s insatiable appetite to fund anything “illegal” this latest egregious action has cost ...

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