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In 24 States, 50% or More of Babies Born on Medicaid; New Mexico Leads Nation With 72%

In 24 States, 50% or More of Babies Born on Medicaid; New Mexico Leads Nation With 72% Who pays the bills for the rest of their lives? This can’t be good for anyone, especially the kids born into poverty. Let’s … Continue reading

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Chicago leads U.S. in population loss, sees drop for 2nd year in a row 

Chicago area leads U.S. in population loss, sees drop for 2nd year in a row – Chicago Tribune “The city’s expensive, she said. Public schools face an unfolding financial crisis and the violence is “terrifying and frightening” to a parent-to-be. … Continue reading

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UN, Christian Leaders Warn Against Steep Cuts to UN, Foreign Aid Funding – Simple Answer Others Give More

Shaken by confirmation that the new administration of its biggest contributor is proposing sweeping reductions to its funding, the United Nations on Thursday warned that “abrupt funding cuts” could harm long-term reform efforts. Source: UN, Christian Leaders Warn Against Steep … Continue reading

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California’s Bullet Train Runs Into Mountain of Fiscal Debt

The state’s cap-and-trade auction, the only ongoing funding source, is a complete washout. Source: California’s Bullet Train may have received final, fatal fiscal hit  

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A degree from this college all but guarantees you a job – Real Skills, Real Jobs, Minimal Cost

“About 99% of graduates from this South Dakota college have jobs or are continuing their education within 6 months of finishing their program…. “We define success as placement. Graduation is a step along the way,” he said.” Source: A degree … Continue reading

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Despite outrage over cuts, federal funds are fraction of Meals on Wheels budget

Despite outrage over cuts, federal funds are fraction of Meals on Wheels budget | Fox News “Government grants made up just $248,347 of the funding – or 3.3 percent of total funds.” Mom & Dad: OK kids we have maxed out the … Continue reading

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Venezuela threatens to take over bakeries amid bread shortage – Socialist Failure – More Stupid Moves

Oil rich and once prosperous and proud, Socialism has driven Venezuela into chaos. Still Maduro doubles down on micro-managing the economy. More failure to follow. Source: Venezuela threatens to take over bakeries amid bread shortage – UPI.com “President Nicolas Maduro said the government … Continue reading

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