About six months ago, just as Flint began to acknowledge its lead crisis, a water testing expert from an EPA task force predicted that “every major city east of the Mississippi ” was underestimating lead levels in their water. A big report from the NRDC now confirms that about 18 million Americans are living with lead testing violations. Read more...
The Democratic Party is planning to adopt an even more extreme platform on abortion this year. In the party’s 2016 proposed platform, Democrats added language calling for a repeal of the Hyde Amendment and full-fledged taxpayer funding of abortion, according to the Daily Caller. The Democratic Party platform already supports legalized abortion on demand for […]
The pro-abortion movement received a massive victory from the Supreme Court yesterday in striking down common sense regulations on abortion clinics to ensure they protect women’s health. After leaving women’s hung out to dry, what’s the next step for abortion advocates? According to abortion activist Sandra Fluke, the next step is forcing Americans to pay […]
As police have grappled with accusations of racism in the wake of shootings of unarmed black Americans, the Department of Justice has pushed law enforcement departments to undertake increasingly popular trainings on how unconscious biases – such as racial prejudice – influence policing. Now, the...
Economically disenchanted voters deciding to take their country back from the forces of globalization and multiculturalism? Campaign promises that are almost immediately broken? Rising tides of nationalism sparking violence against minorities?...Show More Summary
In December, 1989, the Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega was expelled from power by American forces. To escape capture, he took refuge in the Papal Nunciatura in Panama City. When an American general arrived to confer with the papal nuncio, the U.S. Show More Summary
Recently, my late night reading has included Rabble in Arms by Kenneth Roberts. It's one of those grand historical novels - a type that was popular in the forties - and its focus is on the American forces that fought alongside Benedict Arnold to thwart the British on what may be called the Canadian front during the American Revolution.. Show More Summary
Sarah Mirk Photo of a Native-led protest against Dollar General. Photo courtesy of FORCE. The Supreme Court ruled this morning on an important case involving sexual assault and the ability of American Indian tribes to prosecute crimes that happen on their land. Show More Summary
Fireworks and concerts on the Fourth of July have been canceled for American forces in Japan this year after a government contractor was accused...
Stephen Colbert supported the sit-in by Democrats in Congress on Wednesday to force a vote on gun-control laws. “They’re fighting for two things 90% of Americans are in favor of: stopping terrorists from getting guns, and sitting down,”...Show More Summary
Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) talks about the sit-in House Democrats are holding in an effort to force Republican lawmakers allow a vote on gun legislation.
Republicans shut down cameras inside the U.S. House of Representatives to prevent Americans from seeing a sit-in by the Democratic colleagues to force a vote on gun control. Congressional Democrats led by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), a civil rights veteran, took to the floor to shame their GOP...
A new calculator from the left-leaning Center for American Progress allows expecting parents to see how much it would cost to leave the labor force to take care of a child. Photo by Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Two out of every three American children under the age of 5 whose parents both live together need child care because both parents work. Show More Summary
Dr. Vibe asks what can be done to help American police forces The post Do American Police Departments Need An Overhaul? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The family of a 13-year-old girl who was travelling as an unaccompanied minor on American Airlines have threatened to sue the company after she was forced to endure what their attorney is describing as “30 minutes of hell” on the flight. Show More Summary
THE NEW YORK TIMES DISCOVERS THE DISASTER THAT IS OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING: Today, nearly 30 percent of the American work force needs a license to work, up from about 10 percent in the 1970s, according to Morris Kleiner, a professor of public affairs at the University of Minnesota, who has studied the issue. The Obama administration […]
On Monday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace released a comprehensive and startling report on harassment in the United States. Authored by EEOC Commissioners Chai...Show More Summary
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Are American military forces no longer welcome on the Japanese island, Okinawa? That’s what about 65,000 protesters are suggesting, according to USA Today. After an American contractor was arrested for raping and murdering a 20-yearShow More Summary
In a videoconference with Russian counterparts, American defense officials discussed an attack on U.S.-backed forces who are fighting the Islamic State and who should be covered by a cease-fire.