Family Reunion: State Prisons Seeing More Family Members Reuniting During Incarceration

State prisons are seeing a troubling sign of fathers, sons, brothers and cousins being reunited behind bars. Continue reading →

Immigration Stats: Just How Busy Is Our Immigration System And U.S. Border?

The Department of Homeland Security has released some 2017 stats to show how ANY true fix to our immigration system will take a decade plus.

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Seattle’s New Soda Tax Includes Diet Soda Because That’s What White People Drink

Seattle’s city government had to include diet soda in their definition of what the soda tax would cover because it would have excluded “white people” if they didn’t. Continue reading →

Are Taxpayers About To Revolt Against The NFL?

For many decades, NFL owners have set up sweet financial deals for themselves with local governments at the expense of the taxpayer. There are now some signs this could be ending. Continue reading →

Illegal Immigrants Cost Public Schools $44 Billion Annually

Judicial Watch reported how much illegal immigrants cost American taxpayers annually. Continue reading →

Do Indiana Public Schools Need Private Accounting Firms Monitoring Them?

The State of Indiana legislators need to break outside the norm and implement strict accounting methods in how public schools spend their money. Continue reading →