The Daily Populous

Thursday March 25th, 2021 morning edition

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The United States has dropped 11 points in 10 years in the global ranking for freedom.

Coming in at 83 out of 100 possible points, the US is now tied with countries such as Panama, Romania, and Croatia, and behind Argentina and Mongolia.

America is outstripped by the United Kingdom and Chile which both got 93 points, Costa Rica at 91 and Slovakia at 90.

The nordic trio of Finland, Sweden, and Norway were the only countries getting full marks at 100 points.

America's neighbour to the north, Canada, came in at 98 points.

These developments include the racial inequality in voting and criminal justice, with Black and Native Americans being most acutely affected.

The House passed a massive voting bill earlier this month, but it faces an "uphill battle" in the Senate, The New York Times reports. »

Shanna Swan Interview: An Alarming Decline in Sperm Quality Could Threaten the Future of the Human Race, and the Chemicals Likely Responsible Are Everywhere

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And if the trend continues, we may very well reach a point where the human race is unable to reproduce itself.

Sperm concentration—the number of sperm per milliliter of semen—has dropped more than 50% among men in Western countries in just under 40 years.

The question of human fertility, and sperm counts in particular, is one with which Swan is well versed. »

Lauren Boebert ridiculed for claims no gun laws could have stopped Colorado shooter

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Laurent Boebert has been ridiculed for claiming that there were “no gun laws” that could have stopped a gunman from carrying out the Boulder, Colorado, shooting.

She claimed that “there are no gun laws that would’ve stopped” the gunman aside from guns in a Twitter post, which came alongside an earlier appearance on Newsmax.

And that's also the problem,” wrote another user of the need for tighter gun control. »