She calls herself “Top Gun Tori”
Sharp shooter Tori Nonaka already spent fourteen years on the range—and she is only seventeen. As a toddler crawling up on a bucket at the range, Tori’s father, a gulf war vet, would hold the gun while she shot. Since | Read More »
New report says America at risk to disaster due to lack of infrastructure
While globalization creates comparative trade advantages American dependency on foreign goods could impede swift recovery from a man-made or natural disaster.
Domestic drones unchecked by federal agencies, civilian privacy rights at risk
Rep. Austin Scott has introduced a bill to prohibit the use of drones to gather evidence and information against alleged criminals without a warrant.
TSA fails to fully implement screening procedures for service members
“I have to tell you that I think you are in violation of the law,” says Rep. Chip Cravaack, as the administration outfits only two out of 362 airports.
Congress honors first African-American Marines with Congressional Gold Medal
They were giants who, with integrity and honor, committed to a country that had not yet committed to them, said Rep. Allen West.