WACO downs WB, 47-34

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West Burlington’s Marvion Jackson (35) shoots over WACO’s Nik Coble (44) Friday night in West Burlington. WACO defeated West Burlington, 47-34.
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West Burlington’s Jonah Marlow (10) shoots a layup around WACO’s Nik Coble (44) Friday night in West Burlington. WACO defeated West Burlington, 47-34.
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West Burlington’s Darian Jackson (24) drives to the lane against WACO Friday night in West Burlington. WACO defeated West Burlington, 47-34.
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West Burlington’s Reece Richards (42) shoots over WACO’s Matthew Leichty (00) Friday night in West Burlington. WACO defeated West Burlington, 47-34.
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West Burlington Head Coach Ryan O’Hern (center) maps out plays with the team before the start of the fourth quarter Friday night in West Burlington. WACO defeated West Burlington, 47-34.

WB tops WACO, 58-37

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West Burlington’s Annaka Harris (2) drives around WACO’s Maysan Lee (30) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated WACO, 58-37.
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West Burlington’s Alexis Davis (4) drives the lane against WACO Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated WACO, 58-37.
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West Burlington’s Leah Collier (right) fights for control of the ball with WACO’s Kirsten Conley (left) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated WACO, 58-37.
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West Burlington’s Sydney Marlow (10) drives to the basket around WACO’s Aubri Garnsey (4) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated WACO, 58-37.
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West Burlington’s Samantha Dzawo (15) shoots a jumper over WACO’s Ashleigh Hallett (10) Friday night in West Burlington. West Burlington defeated WACO, 58-37.

Democrats Act to Strip State Powers Over Elections

Click here: Democrats in Congress have announced their top legislative priority, and it isn’t health care, immigration, or taxes. Instead, they want to centralize power over elections in Washington, D.C. H.R. 1 is number one on the legislative agenda because it is the number one priority of House Democrats, leftist groups, deep-pocketed dark money, and those who use election process rules to help win elections — or at least to cause chaos. The bill is a 571-page dreamscape of wild wishes and federal mandates on states. The Constitution decentralizes power over American elections and puts states in charge. H.R. 1 would undo that.

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Sweden Isn’t Socialist

Click here: For years, I’ve heard American leftists say Sweden is proof that socialism works, that it doesn’t have to turn out as badly as the Soviet Union or Cuba or Venezuela did.

But that’s not what Swedish historian Johan Norberg says in a new documentary and Stossel TV video.

“Sweden is not socialist — because the government doesn’t own the means of production. To see that, you have to go to Venezuela or Cuba or North Korea,” says Norberg.

“We did have a period in the 1970s and 1980s when we had something that resembled socialism: a big government that taxed and spent heavily. And that’s the period in Swedish history when our economy was going south.”

Many people think Sweden is socialist, but its success comes from free markets. John Stossel explains in this short 5-minute video.
Sweden: Lessons for America? – Full 56-minute Documentary

Why We’re Losing Liberty

Was the Constitution written in a way that was designed to protect freedom and limit the government’s size? Has it been effective in doing that? And what’s the Supreme Court’s record when it comes to protecting our rights? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, answers these questions and more in this short 5-minute video.