The phenomenon that some call Europe’s immigration crisis is causing culture clashes across Europe. Nowhere is the result more stark, perhaps, than in the small country of Denmark. An anti-Muslim politician named Rasmus Paladun is attracting attention, some support and lots of controversy. His rhetoric and the sometimes violent response to it on the part […]
The following is a news analysis. At a Congressional hearing this week, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Shultz used her time to launch racially-tinged attacks against Ken Cuccinelli, the Trump administration’s head of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Shultz told Cuccinelli that he and President Trump follow a “white supremacist ideology” and wish to block all […]
Fourteen years after Hurricane Katrina, mass amounts of federal tax money has been spent to protect New Orleans from a repeat disaster. More than 1800 people died as a result of the 2005 storm. Among the funds devoted to help are $19 billion for what amounts to the largest civil engineering project in U.S. history. […]
Quid pro quo in Ukraine? No, not yet.
The following is an excerpt from my Full Measure story with media critic Howard Kurtz. Watch the video and read the full story at the link at the end of this article. In recent days, after President Trump withdrew US troops from Syria, some of the criticism was accompanied by dramatic video on the news. […]
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Here’s the print writeup of my cover story investigation into a tragic example of veterans left untreated for their Traumatic Brain Injury. It links to the video investigation and transcript as well. Millions of military veterans get their medical care through the Veterans Administration or VA. You’ve probably heard over the years about systemic problems in the […]
There is interesting, new research from Pew regarding how we feel about our social media. First, most people say social media does not accurately reflect reality. Social media users are often amused, but also often angered. Younger social media users are more likely to say the interactions leave them feeling lonely or depressed. Most say […]
It’s a sad and maddening story about hundreds of Traumatic Brain Injured vets who were allegedly left to languish without treatment at a rural V.A. Center. Some of them committed violence or committed suicide while waiting. An insider, an Army veteran himself, blew the whistle on what he saw as fatal flaws. But wait until […]