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Trump Attorney weighs in on social media lawsuits alleging intentional teen addiction
An Alabama law firm has filed lawsuits in eight states against Meta Platforms alleging that Facebook and Instagram are defective and enable social media addiction.
Texas Military Investigating Loaded M4 Carbine Found in Unguarded Truck
A loaded semi-automatic M4 carbine was found unattended in a vehicle this week and is thought to belong to Texas Military Department (TMD) soldiers.
But an unattended weapon is the least of Texas Sen. Bob Hall and border security activist Kelly Perry’s worries.
Mentoring at-risk youth through golf
A Texas nonprofit uses golf to promote integrity, perseverance, and God to at-risk youth
Colombian immigrant mentors Florida youth
Erika Obando, 47, was 5 years old when she was smuggled from Colombia through the Bahamas to Miami by her parents. The family was subsequently detained. At the time, however, Obando recalls that police officers did their jobs with empathy and compassion.
Texas state senator calls for interstate compact for border security
A member of a newly formed Texas border committee wants the Lone Star State to form an interstate compact to enable state authorities to enforce federal law and deport illegal aliens. Texas state Sen. Bob Hall, a Republican whom Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, also a Republican, has appointed to the new committee, told The Epoch Times that Texas needs just one other state to form an interstate agreement for border security.
Texas House candidate vows to outlaw child sex changes
Amid ongoing controversy over the transitioning of gender dysphoric youth, Jeff Younger is taking a stand on how the state of Texas handles family law and gender reassignment surgeries. His platform emerged after losing custody of his 9-year-old son, James, who is allegedly being socialized as a girl by his ex-wife Anne Georgulas, a pediatrician in Coppell, Texas. James will be 10-years-old in May.
For the Love of Donkeys
Donkeys are intelligent companion and work animals, and places like The Farmette help prevent them from being slaughtered.
Unvaccinated New Yorkers React to Mayor de Blasio's Vaccine Passport
When Juan Guerreros heard about New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to implement a proof-of-vaccination policy for indoor dining, gyms, and entertainment venues, it made him think about relocating because he does not want to get vaccinated.
New Yorkers Weigh Pros and Cons of de Blasio’s Vaccine Passport
As a performer at Chez Josephine on West 42 Street, Dante Harrell is often on stage and surrounded by an audience, so when he heard about Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to implement a vaccine passport, it made him feel safe. Clemente Castillo, however, is worried.
Former Homeless Singer Launches Dallas Nonprofit to Assist the Unsheltered
When LeTitia Owens relocated to Atlanta, she thought it was to pursue a singing career. Instead, she unexpectedly became homeless and began living out of her car.
The experience, which lasted three months, opened her eyes to a world she hadn't previously noticed.
Retired Prison Doctor Mentors Children of the Incarcerated
When Dr. Karen Gedney started mentoring the children of incarcerated parents ten years ago, she was surprised at how chaotic their lives were.
“They were bouncing from one place to another,” Gedney said. “Their breakfast was soda and a Cheeto-like substance. They were sleeping in other people’s apartments under the kitchen table and they were surrounded by members of their family who were violent and involved in criminal activity.”
Gedney was introduced to the task of mentoring these children...
Real housewife of Dallas and CEO husband help Michigan high school stay open
When Travis Hollman launched the Locker Room Contest, inviting students to send videos of their outdated locker rooms, he had only planned to gift the winning school with new lockers. But when he saw the video tour of Beecher High School in Flint, Michigan, he was motivated to do much more.
Camping tips for families
When Mark Koep first started camping with his family 12 years ago, one of his fears was being attacked by a bear. Although bears are rare, Koep said he has seen other wildlife emerge from the surrounding forest at campsites.
Urban farms provide fresh produce to inner cities
When Walter Roberts first started working part-time at the Capital City Farm in Trenton, New Jersey, the hot sun and manual labor made the job difficult for him but in four years, the 46-year-old says he has grown to love being a farmer.
Roadschooling on the rise during pandemic
When Margie Hamel Lundy and her husband, Allen Lundy, decided to road school their three children in 2010, they didn’t ask school authorities in Ohio for permission.