In the U.S., runaway inflation and out-of-sight food prices seem to be a new, uncomfortable norm. Add in the experience of supply chain gaps and empty Covid shelves, and you end up with high anxiety about America’s food supply. Today, our cover story begins in Maine, the first state to embed in its constitution the […]
Actor and video blogger Russell Brand is questioning the double standard deployed by YouTube and other censors when it comes to attacking "misinformation." Why are some channels persecuted for misinformation when others are not? Russell Brand Brand says YouTube pulled down one of his videos after he made a mistake in it. In the video, […]
Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit on behalf of "Stand Together Against Racism and Radicalism in the Services, Inc." (STARRS) against the Department of Defense. Judicial Watch is asking for Air Force Academy records regarding alleged “systemic racism,” as well as other records related to the teaching of critical race theory […]
A fascinating look at an American education success story in a community where most kids go to school only through 8th grade.
Judicial Watch has announced that it filed two Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits against the Department of Justice (DOJ) for FBI and DOJ records of the Mar-a-Lago raid search warrant application and approval. The lawsuits also seek communications about the warrant among the FBI, the Executive Office of the President, and the Secret Service. […]
Updated numbers are out and, as expected, the number of border agent encounters with illegal crossers has passed 2.1 million this year — the most ever in American history. And there’s still a month to go in the fiscal year. That breaks last year’s record of 1.7 million. Authorities estimate at least that many more […]
John Strand, a January 6 defendant who peacefully entered the Capitol and acted as security detail for Front Line Doctors founder Dr. Simone Gold has been convicted on all charges by a D.C. jury and faces up to 24 years in prison. Supporters of Front Line Doctors, a group founded to draw attention to the […]
An update to our investigations into Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy, hurricane spending, and rebuilding of its electric grid at U.S. taxpayer expense. In 2017, Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico’s already dysfunctional electric grid, plunging millions of people in the U.S. territory into darkness, some going without power for a year. That triggered a $17 billion-dollar rebuild […]