By Kenric Ward | Watchdog.org
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The same government agency that lost and mishandled deadly viruses at its U.S. labs is bringing two Ebola-stricken Americans back from Africa for unknown treatment.
The Centers for Disease Control maintains there is “no significant risk” to America — even as the agency issued travel warnings for the three African nations [...]
Turns out, Mississippi might have built a nuclear power plant.Read More →
Congressional attempts to “fix” the Voting Rights Act after the Supreme Court struck down an antiquated provision would extend the Justice Department’s reach while excluding “non-minorities” from protection.Read More →
Robin Lamp calls herself “more than just a PTO parent.” She made a point to be involved in her daughters’ education, learning about the curriculum and working behind the scenes.Read More →
If you’re a taxpayer in Georgia or Texas, pay attention.
In a few months’ time it’s possible your money will subsidize a product designed to advertise and help Tennessee.Read More →
By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
SANTA FE, N.M. — A New Mexico Watchdog story about a 30-second commercial for the police department in Hobbs has drawn national attention, with a well-known author and civil libertarian criticizing the ad running on television stations across the state emphasizing aggressive, military-style policing.
But Radley Balko points out the Hobbs video isn’t unique. In [...]