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Family Outings Are Increasingly Out of Reach

Family Outings Are Increasingly Out of Reach

With the inflation rate reaching 9.1%, the largest annual increase since November 1981, it’s becoming a bigger financial commitment for families to enjoy their favorite summer actives, such as, attend a baseball game, a movie, or Disneyland.

PragerU: What Is Inflation?

PragerU: What Is Inflation?

Look for the source of a society’s collapse, and you’ll usually find the i-word (inflation) at its core. So what exactly is inflation? How does it work? Why is it so dangerous? And how does it affect your everyday life? Steve Forbes breaks it down.

Post-Roe in America

Post-Roe in America

On June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision to the constitutional right to have an abortion.

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Angry Wives of Border Patrol Agents Have Had Enough of Biden’s Policy, Take Matters Into Their Own Hands

All three Hispanic women, all married to Border Patrol agents, are running as Republicans in border districts against Democrats who have, to varying extents, enabled the administration’s lax border policies.

Fact check: White House corrects inaccurate Biden boast about gas prices

CNN

President Joe Biden boasted about the three-month decline in gas prices and about the unemployment rate. But he used inaccurate figures on both subjects.

California Will Crack Down On Gas-Powered Home Appliances To Meet Climate Targets

“California regulators unanimously approved a proposal on Thursday to ban the sale of natural gas-powered heaters and furnaces in homes by 2030 to further crack down on fossil fuels and further the state’s aggressive climate agenda.”

CPAC asks House Republicans for pledge not to meet with ‘woke’ corporations

“The Conservative Political Action Coalition is urging House Republicans to not meet with any corporations that have gone ‘woke’ and have targeted the conservative movement.”

Report shows 31 states and D.C. still have fewer jobs than 2019

“While the nation has recovered its overall job losses from the pandemic, a new report finds that 31 states and the District of Columbia still have fewer jobs than in 2019.”

Victor Davis Hanson: Martha’s Meltdown Model

“Oddly, the Left became unhinged when red-state governors — whose states the last two years were flooded with some 3 million people who entered the country illegally — finally decided to spread welcoming chores among affluent blue-state communities.”

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