(Original air date: October 13, 2019) For the first time in two decades, a US President faces the threat of impeachment, which, in simple terms, means Congress may officially charge President Trump with wrongdoing. James Rosen has been investigating the story and has a fascinating look at the controversy over the origins of how it […]
(Original air date: October 13, 2019) Finally today, on a recent work trip to Morocco Scott Thuman took time out to experience the famous, ancient city of Casablanca where there’s a lot to see and taste. With two millennia of history and mystery to boast of, Morocco carries an allure that most countries can’t. From […]
Here are some interesting graphics and stats from Rasmussen Reports. According to the polling company: Now that Gallup has quit the field, Rasmussen Reports is the only nationally recognized public opinion firm that still tracks President Trump's job approval ratings on a daily basis. This graphic compares Obama and Trump approval at relative, similar time […]
Roughly two-thirds say attacks on people because of their political beliefs should be labeled "hate crimes." That's according to the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com. About one-third say such attacks should not be labeled "hate crimes" either because there aren't "hate crimes" or because it's "not a hate crime." Should attacks on people because of […]
How the lives of two veterans intersected in a tragic way, revealing serious problems in the system intended to help soldiers with Traumatic Brain Injury.
(Original air date: October 13, 2019) Today we begin with an investigation into the taxpayer funded bureaucracy where millions of our military veterans get their medical care. The V.A. It’s a story about the intersection of two Army vets who never met but—together— exposed what some see as fatal flaws in a troubled system. After […]
The following is an excerpt from JustTheNews.com. In the wake of protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, America has made it clear that it has no tolerance for racism, either in the board room or in our communities. In the past two weeks, there's been a wildfire of resignations from community […]
Sunday on Full Measure: My investigation into the taxpayer-funded bureaucracy where millions of our military veterans get their medical care: the V.A. It’s a story about a tragedy that began years ago due to long-standing problems in the bureaucracy. It led to the intersection of two Army vets who never met but—together— exposed what some […]