On February 3, 2021, in the wake of the “deadly events” of 1/6, Biden’s new Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a 60-day stand-down and total purge of the U.S. military’s rampant, undefined “extremism” problem. Read More.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration under the Trump administration, said that the United States should lift its mask mandates indoors immediately in light of the vaccination campaign. Read More.
President Joe Biden wants to stem soaring migration levels through aid to Central American countries and by targeting corruption, efforts that have shown mixed results in years past while stoking new opposition in a region that feels scapegoated by the new U.S. administration. Read More.
A Nashville police officer is recovering from his injuries after he was attacked in an ambush. Officer Brian Sherman suffered a gunshot wound to the arm Tuesday while responding to a false 911 call at a home.
An effort to stop China from buying land in Texas leads to a bill in Washington D.C. Recent reports detailed the effort by state lawmakers to stop the sale of land to a Chinese subsidiary for a windmill farm only 70 miles from a U.S. Air Force Base. Read More.
Facebook’s Oversight Board is not allowing President Trump back on the site. The board of 20 political leaders, journalists and human rights activists chosen by the social media giant made their ruling Wednesday morning. Read More.