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Veterans shouldn’t have to wait

Excerpt from The Hill contributor John W. Davis II: "I was excited a couple of weeks ago when my company, Notice & Comment, received a call from the VA requesting our assistance to process the massive influx of public comments on the proposed nurse practitioner...

FBI Reveals Boxes of Hillary’s Emails Went Missing

The documents released by the FBI in the Hillary Clinton email investigation seem to have resulted in more questions than answers.  The witness interviews released were heavily redacted, but one section included a statement from a State Department witness detailing 14...

House to Vote on VA Suicide Hotline Bill

Several weeks before leaving his job as the director of the VA’s Veterans Crisis Line, Greg Hughes sent out emails that shed light on more issues within the Department of Veterans Affairs. Hughes explained the over one-third of the calls to the veteran’s suicide...

Lawmakers Question Treasury Department About Iran Payment

Representative Joe Wilson (R-S.C.) is pressing the Treasury Department for answers regarding the US cash payment to Iran earlier this year.  In a letter, Representative Wilson said he’s “gravely concerned with the nefarious possibilities” of what Iran could do with...

Clinton Foundation’s use of Tax Dollars Exposed

A recent Investigation by POLITICO revealed that since leaving office, Bill Clinton has been using a federal government program intended to preserve the integrity of former presidents to subsidize his family’s foundation. The General Services Administration is...

Clinton Pins Email Scandal on Colin Powell

Following the backlash from the release of details on her private email server over the last few months, Hillary Clinton is trying to pin her email scandal on former Secretary of State Colin Powell.  Last week it was reported that Clinton told the FBI that Powell had...

New Details on Iran Payment Emerge

New details on the $400 million dollar payment to Iran have surfaced this week. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal “U.S. officials wouldn’t let Iranians take control of the money until a Swiss Air Force plane carrying three freed Americans departed from...

Families of Benghazi Victims Suing Clinton

Despite the FBI choosing not to pursue charges against Hillary Clinton for her negligent use of a private email server, the parents of two of the Americans killed in the 2012 Benghazi attack have filed a lawsuit against Clinton. The families claim that Clinton’s...

Senator Requests Details of Iran Deal

Earlier this week the Wall Street Journal reported the suspicious circumstances surrounding a $400 million payment the US sent Iran in January. According to the White House the payment was the first installation of a settlement for US contracts with Iran that were not...

Sanders Stands by Clinton Despite DNC leaks

20,000 emails released by WikiLeaks have uncovered and are continuing to provide more details regarding the DNC’s scandalous and inappropriate backing of Hillary Clinton. Sunday evening DNC chairperson Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned after the leaked emails...

Kerry Plays Down Threat of ISIS

Earlier this week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry attributed the recent terror attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport to the Islamic State getting “desperate.” On Tuesday at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado, Kerry claimed coalition efforts have made the Islamic...

Recent Poll finds Hillary Clinton Untrustworthy

According to a recent poll by Fox News, the majority of American voters think Hillary Clinton put national security at risk by mishandling classified emails by a margin of 57-32 percent of voters. Additionally, the poll conducted by Fox News asked voters if they think...

Overhaul of VA Healthcare System Proposed

Earlier this week Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash) introduced a bill that would change and improve the way that soldiers receive VA medical care. The bill aims to allow soldiers to receive care from private sector medical facilities using a proposed voucher system...

Congress Pressing for New AUMF

Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are pushing for a full debate on the request for a new Authorization for Use of Military Force to combat ISIS.  Currently the US is acting within the limits of a 2001 grant of force that was approved following 9/11.  Many...

VA Cover Up Comes to Light Following Senate Probe

The Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Wisconsin or “Candy Land” as it is known within the veteran community, has earned a reputation for its easy access to prescription painkillers.  Earlier this year the VA Inspector General’s Office investigated the facility...