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    Safety Is Still Out of Reach for Women

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    Congress Is Trying to Pass a Healthcare Bill Bigger Than Obamacare. Why Is No One Talking About It?

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    All I Want to Say Is That They Don’t Really Care About Women

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    When I Think of 9/11, I Think of Boats Instead of Planes

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    The Horrific Outcomes of the Jacobson Case You’re Using to Justify Biden’s Vaccine Mandates

    Biden is about to find out that he’ll have as hard of a time eradicating freedom and personal choice in this country as trying to eradicate the coronavirus.

    Wars Are No Way to Advance Human Rights

    The United States has no business “cleaning up” foreign countries when we ourselves are in such a hot mess.

    Vax or Jail? The Dilemma Facing Some Americans

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    Civil disobedience is a deeply American tradition. Both individuals and businesses possess the power to stand up against oppression and coercion in peaceful ways.

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