One America News reporter Neil W. McCabe interviewed the founder and CEO of OpenTheBooks.com, Adam Andrzejewski, about his group’s five year study of Small Business Administration loans. Andrzejewski said his auditors found that millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidized loans meant for startups went to businesses that cater to the upper class, such as private beach clubs, spas, ‘members only’ golf courses, and yacht clubs. This includes subsidized loans to seven Washington restaurants ranging from $1 million to $4 million, while none of the more than 250 food trucks in the nation’s capital received any subsidized loans from the SBA.
GOP lawmakers in Texas are working to convince NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine to reconsider the location for its new moon program.
Corey Lewandowski continues to hear from those encouraging him to explore a Senate bid — this time from President Trump. One America’s Bobby Dupree explains.
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib now says she will not visit Israel and the West Bank to see her family after the Israeli government allowed her to enter the holy land.
Four women who are accusing actor Danny Masterson of rape are now suing the Church or Scientology over an alleged cover-up of the sexual misconduct. Both the church and Masterson are reportedly denying all claims of misconduct.
Arizona prosecutors have lost an appeal to seek the death penalty against an illegal immigrant accused of murdering a store clerk.
President Trump slammed former Vice President Joe Biden after his campaign said he may cut back on his scheduled appearances, following a series of verbal slip-ups.
Hundreds of people across the nation are expected to gather for the funeral of one El Paso shooting victim in an outpouring of support for the victim’s husband. Services for 63-year-old Margie Reckard will be held Friday.
British police are investigating the murder of an officer, who was killed while responding to a burglary report in Southeast England.