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OnPoint Facts is a non-profit, non-partisan 501c organization that utilizes all forms of media to deliver accurate information to as many people as possible. We work independently from large media outlets, using targeted print and digital media efforts to engage and inform the general populace about key issues affecting the people of the United States. In this way, On Point Facts is dedicated to promoting awareness first and foremost and focusing on providing you with the facts—no twist, no spin, no agenda—just the information that all audiences can read, reflect on, and make sound judgement on.
The Lives of Women Advanced Substantially After Roe v. Wade Was Passed Let’s go back to 1970, three years before the Roe v. Wade decision. The average age for women at first marriage was just under 21 in the U.S.Julianna Truesdale Let’s go...
Does My Lone Vote Matter? Yes, ONE vote has changed history! One of the most common reasons people give for not voting in elections is that they feel their lone vote doesn’t make a difference. History, however, shows otherwise—especially when it comes to presidential...
Have you seen the skies over major cities lately? Traffic-free roads, plane-free skies and widespread brick-and-mortar closings have made the entire planet a beneficiary of the coronavirus pandemic in the short term.
How the President Derailed the Government’s Infectious Disease Programs When it comes to protecting the public health of Americans, Trump’s actions have been unfailingly consistent. Since the day he took office, Trump has worked tirelessly to limit funding, dismantle...
Put yourself in the shoes of a Honduran Immigrant who has been here for 20 years. Would you voluntarily return to the still-troubled country you left two decades ago when you have been striving to live the American Dream? This isn’t who we are. We are a nation of immigrants, and it’s in our interest that we keep that dream alive for future generations.
One provision of the alliance states that an attack on one is an attack on all, which helps to keep Moscow from invading any of NATO’s current 29 members, especially those in Eastern Europe. If Putin ordered an invasion of a NATO member country, then America would be treaty-bound to come to the defense of that country. Putin would essentially be starting a war with America. He doesn’t want to do that.