Is the U.S. Army Quietly Discharging Immigrants?

Individuals who enlisted in the army through a program that expedited their citizenship have been quietly discharged in recent weeks leading to speculation that the Trump administration is slowly revoking their status in addition to having suspended the program in recent months. The story was first reported by The Associated Press. Former President George W. […]

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In Response to Russian Aggression Navy Re-Establishes 2nd Fleet

The United States Navy is reviving its Second Fleet, the fleet responsible for the North Atlantic Ocean, almost seven years after disbanding it. The fleet was split as a result of cost-saving and restructuring measures. It is being re-constituted as tension between the U.S. and Russia, as well as China, have ratcheted up in recent […]

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State Department Has Spent Zero of $120 Million Allocated to Fight Russian Meddling

The Department of State has spent virtually none of almost a $120 million budget to combat Russian propaganda efforts over the last two fiscal years, it’s been found.  Sixty million dollars were allocated by the Obama administration at the end of its term to help the State Department’s Global Engagement Center counter anti-democratic propaganda by […]

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State Department Announces $40 Million Initiative Aimed at Combating Foreign Propaganda and Misinformation

The U.S. State Department has formed a new partnership with the Defense Department to counter propaganda and disinformation from foreign nations, it was announced today.  The partnership will initially be funded with $40 million, transferred from the Pentagon to the State Department’s Global Engagement Center. The partnership creates an Information Access Fund that will support […]

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President Trump Has Directed the Pentagon to Stage Military Parade on November 11, Veterans Day

President Trump has reportedly directed the Department of Defense to stage a military parade on November 11, Veterans Day, according to a memo written by National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.  The memo was sent from McMaster to Secretary of Defense James Mattis, and says that the President to be briefed on “concepts of operation for […]

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President Trump Wants a North-Korean Style Military Parade – The Pentagon Has Begun Planning

President Trump has asked the Pentagon to plan a military parade showing off the U.S.’ military muscle.  The Defense Department has begun planning and possible dates being explored are November 11, Veteran’s Day. A January 18 meeting with top generals at the Pentagon served as the nexus of the event.  The president made it known […]

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Internal Audit Finds Pentagon Can’t Account for Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Its Budget

Ernst & Young, in an audit, found that the Defense Logistics Agency, one of the Pentagon’s largest agencies, has failed to properly account for hundreds of millions of dollars in spending in its annual budget.  The accounting firm, conducting an internal audit, has found that the agency’s financial management team has no reliable way to […]

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