Texas authorities are examining methods to improve school security in the wake of the deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School.
National Rifle Association Spokeswoman Dana Loesch berates the mainstream media, accusing them of “creating” mass shooters by providing blanket coverage on the suspected gunmen.
During an interview this week, Loesch argued the names of the shooters become publicized by media reporting or through social media posts, resulting in copycat shooters looking for fame.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo offers his condolences to the family and friends of a foreign exchange student killed in the Texas high school shooting on Friday.
In a statement today, Pompeo passed on his sympathies over the death of Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh and mourned the loss of those who died in the incident.
President Trump orders all flags in the U.S. to fly at half-staff, due to the deadly shooting at a Texas high school. In a press release Friday, the President announced, the White House flag will be lowered out of respect, and required every public building, including U.S. embassies and military facilities, to do the same. He also asked God to heal the injured, comfort the wounded, and be with the victim’s and their families.
At least 10 people are killed and several others are injured following a shooting at a Texas high school. Several injured victims have been taken to a nearby hospital in Galveston.
President Trump is set to deliver remarks at a prison reform summit at the White House this Friday morning. The president is expected to discuss ways for inmates to rehabilitate their lives, and reduce the chance of repeat-offending. This as a White House-backed prison reform bill The First Step Act is expected to hit the house floor next week.
The Department of Health and Human Services is reportedly eyeing military bases to house under aged illegal aliens.
A congressional candidate in Texas is voicing his frustration with the federal government for its on-going failure to secure the nation’s southern border.
Texas economy is booming due to supply-side policies, suggesting President Trump’s reforms are set to increase the nation’s expansion of GDP. One America’s Kristian Rouz explains.