By Dustin Siggins The federal government isn’t properly safeguarding taxpayer dollars, from Congress on down, according to two recent government reports. On December 7, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported.
By Tim Nerozzi In one of Africa’s largest countries, the Catholic Church is playing a direct role in politics in a way not seen since the 1980s. The Catholic Church.
By Max Diamond, RealClearInvestigations After Jessica Lynn Kanya attempted to sexually abuse a 14-year-old child, she was sentenced to 36 months in prison last March. But Lynn served none of.
By Joseph Hammond Sgt. Tara-Lyn Baker is the first woman to become part of the frozen few. Over six gruelling weeks Sgt. Baker demonstrated a range of combat skills in.
By Tim Nerrozi The environmental group Greenpeace is facing an ecological and public relations disaster after it allowed its iconic flagship vessel to be scrapped in a Bangladeshi shipping yard..
By Tim Nerozzi North Korea, on many issues, he is taking the lead across the Pacific in a way unusual for a vice president – sometimes dramatically. During the tail.
By Paul Sperry, RCI As Runcie pioneered the most lenient discipline policies in the nation, the administration pumped millions of dollars in education grants into his district. More than 50.
Utah’s newest senator has attacked the leader of his party and the president of the United States. In a op-ed published in the Washington Post Sen. Mitt Romney attacked Trump’s character.
By Joseph Hammond President Trump’s surprise visit to Iraq that day after Christmas came amidst growing U.S. concerns regarding Iranian influence in the country. While many media outlets focused on.
By Tim Nerozzi It was an unusual question: “Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus?” asked the letter sent by eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon to the New York.