American Taxpayers Spent $1.46 Trillion on War on Terror Since 2001 According to the Department of Defense’s “cost of war” report, obtained and published by the Federation of American Scientists, America has spent $1.46 trillion on . . .
New Poll: Only 32 Percent Of Voters Think Clinton Won Primaries Fairly, 47 Percent Say They Were Rigged
New Poll from Rasmussen Reports Finds 47 Percent Think Primaries Were Rigged in Clinton’s Favor A new poll from Rasmussen Reports finds that just 32 percent of likely voters thought Hillary Clinton won the Democratic . . .
Number of Foreign-Language Speakers in America Rises to 65.5 Million—All-Time High A new report from the Center for Immigration Studies shows that a record 65.5 million—one-in-five—American residents (aged 5+) speak a language other than English . . .
On October 31 US Senator Joni Ernst released the Stop Questionable, Unnecessary, and Excessive Allowances for Legislator’s Act (SQUEAL Act). The Act’s purpose is simple: cut perks for elected officials and make the Washington piggies . . .
New Poll Shows Likely Republican Voters Prefer President Trump to GOP President Donald Trump is the people’s sledgehammer: he was elected to destroy Washington’s old guard, to snap the cycle of corruption and put Americans . . .
Kaepernick’s Protests Have Cost NFL 20 Percent of its Viewers Colin Kaepernick’s anti-anthem antics have hurt the NFL big-time—the league lost roughly a million regular-season viewers last year, compared to the 2013 and 2014 seasons. In . . .
American Public Still Optimistic About American Dream Despite what the media would have you believe, the American dream is still alive and the public knows it. According to Pew Research, less than 1 in 5 . . .
New Data from the US Department of Agriculture Reveals 1.5 Million Fewer People are Collecting Food Stamps Under President Trump According to new statistics from the US Department of Agriculture, food stamp enrollment has decreased . . .