US to Commemorate 75th Anniversary of WWII Battle of Bulge

A parade was scheduled for the morning of Saturday, Dec. 16, 1944, for members of 1st Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division in Diekirch, a small town in Luxembourg.  The division had been sent to the area for some welcome rest and refit after continuous fighting in the months since the D-Day invasion in June […]

ATF’s Notorious Gunwalking Scandal

The ATF isn’t all bad. In fact, they had a policy of letting illegal gun purchases go between 2006 and 2011. It ended up getting U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry killed on December 14, 2010, and let Mexican criminals get enough guns that they were found at over 150 crime scenes where Mexican citizens were either killed or […]

How to find the right balance with pain management

(BPT) – If you’re facing surgery soon, you may have concerns about pain management. In a 2018 Mayo Clinic survey, 94% of the adults surveyed said that they would choose an alternative to opioids for treatment after surgery, but only 1 in 4 actually talked to their healthcare professional about those alternatives. Successfully managing pain […]

American Health Care Costs a Lot, but Delivers Results

“The U.S. spends more than other countries on health care and gets worse results.” You hear that argument a lot—especially from those pushing for “Medicare for All” or some other government-run health system. But is it true? Certainly Americans spend more on health than other nations. But the latest report on health care from the Organization for […]

Gun ownership grows, criminal gun use falls

NSSF RELEASES FIREARMS PRODUCTION FIGURES More than 17.7 million Modern Sporting Rifles in Private Ownership WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the firearms industry trade association, released the 2017 Firearms Production Report to members. The report compiles the most up to date information based on data sourced from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, […]

Earning opportunities for low-income seniors

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a part-time employment program for low-income persons age 55 or over. Program participants work at community and government agencies and are paid the federal or state minimum wage, whichever is higher. They may also receive training, and can use their participation as a bridge to other employment positions […]

In Charts, How ‘Medicare for All’ Would Make Most Families Poorer

Under “Medicare for All,” three quarters of Americans would be worse off financially, according to new research from The Heritage Foundation.  Here’s the bottom line: Most Americans, even many of those not making much right now, would pay more in new taxes than they would save from no longer paying for private health care.   […]

How Big Government Hurts Women

Government-mandated employee perks might sound like a good way to help out working women, but, in reality, these programs do more harm than good. European women are already paying the price, and American women might be next. Carrie Lukas, President of Independent Women’s Forum, explains how keeping the government out of the workplace goes a […]

Illegal immigration down 63.5 percent from peak in May after U.S.-Mexico deal, proof that Trump’s tariff threat worked

By Robert Romano Apprehensions on the southern border fell for the fourth consecutive month to 52,546 in September from a peak of 144,116 in May, a 63.5 percent drop, reflecting a major slowdown in migration according to the latest data from Customs and Border Patrol — and it all proves that President Donald’s tariffs are working. The progress […]