(Original air date: October 6, 2019) A disturbing study shows that no matter where you live, a lot of the state laws you live by aren’t being written by the people you elect—or even their staff. They’re being written by special interests who benefit from the laws. Gordon Witkin, executive editor at the Center for […]
The Justice Department, under two administrations and 7 Attorneys General and acting Attorneys General, has avoided answering Congressional questions about the forensically-proven intrusions into the computers of investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson. In fact, the Department of Justice continues to defend the guilty agents in court rather than trying to prosecute them and make sure it […]
USPS projections of its coronavirus losses were wildly off USPS projected $48 billion in coronavirus-related losses through 2021 Instead, USPS reports revenue above $330 million more than the same period last year New figures from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) show its revenue turned out to be a lot higher than the agency predicted during […]
(Original air date: October 6, 2019) By all accounts, our system to handle illegal immigrants and asylum-seekers has become overwhelmed. In the fiscal year that just ended, more than 760,000 illegal immigrants were picked up crossing our border from Mexico into the southeastern U.S.. Federal authorities release some of the families to volunteer centers like […]
(Original air date: October 6, 2019) Please note: Spanish translation follows English below Imagine having the task of distributing the most aid money ever for a natural disaster responsibly to a government mired in corruption and under FBI investigation. That’s what’s happening right now in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico two years after two […]
I examine the issues likely to be brought up by prosecution and defense if the case against the police goes to trial.
Los Angeles police officers are objecting to the city's decision to partly defund the police department and give $250 million to the activist group: Black Lives Matter. "If it wasn't for [police], this city would be burnt down right now..." says a police union representative speaking to Los Angeles City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez. "I promise […]
When asked about rioting in the U.S. and the response to it, Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, found himself temporarily at a loss for words. Note: The reporter's question has a fact error in it. The protesters outside the White House were not "tear gassed" in order to make way for President Trump. According to […]