families

Foster Children

Governor Ducey Signs Bill to Raise the Kinship Stipend

Grandparents and close relatives raising children in kinship care will get a boost in their monthly stipend, thanks to legislation signed today by Governor Doug Ducey. “Today (6/29) I signed H.B. 2274 to bring much needed support to kinship families in Arizona – especially grandparents who have stepped up to raise their grandchildren when the

Ukrainian refugees

US speeds entry for Ukrainians as more reach Mexico border

The United States has sharply increased the number of Ukrainians admitted to the country at the Mexican border as even more refugees fleeing the Russian invasion follow the same circuitous route. A government recreation center in the Mexican border city of Tijuana grew to about 1,000 refugees Thursday, according to city officials. A canopy under

School Shootings

Sandy Hook families settle for $73M with gun maker Remington

The families of nine victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting announced Tuesday they have agreed to a $73 million settlement of a lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used to kill 20 first graders and six educators in 2012. The case was watched closely by gun control advocates, gun rights supporters and

Buz Blog

Opinion: Formula for Ruining a Country

If a group sets out to ruin a good and prosperous country, how would they go about doing it? Why they would want to do it, is a different question entirely. Assuming they had their reasons, that group would have to have a plan or a formula. They would need patience because the population of

Opinion

Opinion: Migrant Crisis Prompts Feds to Enforce Border But States Should Act, Too

After the alarming surge of 15,000 illegal border crossers fording the Rio Grande into Del Rio, Texas in just a few days, the Biden administration has finally cried ‘uncle’ and begun to enforce our border laws.  It is an important admission that, on top of the Afghanistan fiasco, Biden’s open border approach is undermining public

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