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Our mission is to serve as a platform for real investigative journalism. America's Founding Fathers understood that a free press was required to prevent the government from abusing its power. We aim to continue the tradition of the fourth and fifth estate, in order to responsibly hand it over to the next generation of Americans.

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Why Keystone XL Would Be an Economic and Environmental Win

In all, the pipeline will contribute more than $20 billion to the U.S. economy.

Millennials and small business go well

Contrary to stereotypes, Millennials are pretty down-to-earth in their outlook. They’re more likely to want to start a business.

Beware of nationwide phone scam

If you believe you've been a victim of the scam, you can report the incident to the local marshals office.

Hillary Clinton and the “biggest nothing-burger”

Hillary Clinton says her secret email server scandal was the “biggest nothing-burger” of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Manchester Bomber used taxpayer money to fund terror

It is apparently not uncommon for jihadists to obtain thousands of pounds in student loans with no intention of attending school.

A Legal Victory over the Moon

In this week's ruling, the judges said Davis made a case that the detention violated her constitutional right regarding unreasonable seizure.

Girl accuses school of war crime

She criticised the policy of punishing a whole class for one person's bad behaviour - by citing the Geneva Conventions.

Should the Feds try to save Free Speech on Campus?

That free speech on college campuses is under attack cannot be denied.

American tourist dollars are feeding Castro's Human Zoo

Their country is still run by a socialist communist dictatorship and they're still third-class citizens.

Remembering Manchester

The 20th century was the prelude to the terrible reality of Islamic jihadist evil that now permeates the 21st century.

A Kennedy embraces anonymity

Senator John Kennedy shuffles alone through the Capitol basement, reveling in his bag of walnuts, unrecognized.

Pelosi Upset That Trump Didn’t Visit Countries Alphabetically

If that wasn’t strange enough, Pelosi then started citing what past presidents had done.

Why you should care about bees

One in every three bites of food is directly or indirectly pollinated by honeybees, who pollinate about $15 billion worth of U.S. crops each

Advanced gun training for Colorado teachers

A course to help school personnel learn how to stop a Columbine-style mass shootings.

Here’s how the US should choose which infrastructure projects to start

The debate over what an infrastructure modernization package should look like is heating up in Washington.

Obama Admits The Red Line He Drew In Syria ‘Was An Imperfect Solution’

Obama warned Assad in 2012 that any use of chemical weapons would cross his “red line” and force U.S. military intervention.