Climate Change Mitigation Will Cost Germany €2.3 Trillion A new report entitled Klimapfade für Deutschland, compiled by the Germany’s Prognos Institute and the Boston Consulting Group, estimates that Germany’s transition from fossil fuels and nuclear . . .
Report: 71 Percent Of Belgians Think Islam “Incompatible” With Belgian Society, Feel “More And More Invaded”
71 Percent of Belgians Think Islam is Incompatible With Their Society According to a new study, the vast majority of native Belgians feel “more and more invaded” by Islamic immigrants, and think Islam is “not . . .
9 in 10 Non-Citizen Federal Prisoners Are Illegal Aliens Today, President Trump rejected the bipartisan immigration deal proposed by Congress. He cited the deal’s weakness on border security and immigration reform, and claimed that it . . .
In a new study out of the University of York, researchers found no evidence to support the theory that violent video games make players more violent in real life. Do Violent Video Games Cause Violent . . .
More Than 1 In 5 Californians Live Below Federal Poverty Line, When Adjusted for Cost of Living According to the US Census Bureau’s Official Poverty Measure, California’s poverty rate hovers around 15 percent. But that doesn’t . . .
Were California a Country It’d be the 17th Most Unequal Nation on Earth, Ahead of Mexico & Guatemala Californians love sermonizing on the plight of America’s poor and disenfranchised—if only penny-pinching republicans would shell out . . .
For the First Time, More Africans Immigrated to Canada than Europeans—Asia Remains the Primary Source of Immigrants For the first time in history, Canada accepted more immigrants from Africa (13.4 percent) than it did Europe . . .
Number of US Workers Receiving Unemployment Benefits Falls to Lowest Level Since 1973 The total number of US workers receiving unemployment benefits has fallen to the lowest level in 44 years, according to new data . . .
40 Percent of All US Childbirths Occur to Single Mothers, 700 Percent Higher than in 1960 A recent report from the Social Capital Project reveals that the American family is disintegrating, fast. Fully 40 percent of . . .