A group of ‘America First’ businesses are donating a portion of their proceeds to a military organization in honor of Independence Day. One America’s Natasha Sweatte has more.
Pennsylvania attorney R. Davis Younts successfully defended an evangelical Navy lieutenant who didn’t want to receive the COVID vaccine. Now, the attorney told One America News that the vaccine mandate for all soldiers may be “creating a purge of Christians in the military.” One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.
President Joe Biden reaffirmed America’s commitment to help Ukraine combat Russia’s invasion. He pledged another $800 million in security assistance to Ukraine.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg sounded the alarm regarding China’s military build-up and its growing relationship with Russia. At the NATO summit in Madrid, the Bloc’s leaders labeled Moscow as top concern for the alliance and they also criticized Beijing’s increasing assertiveness on the world stage.
Prager U podcast host Amala Ekpunobi joined “In Focus with Addison Smith” to react to the United States Navy’s woke training, which includes an elementary video lecturing viewers on using preferred pronouns and inclusive language.
After serving in the military, veteran Mike Fransen detailed his journey transitioning to civilian life and how he navigated the business world. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Fransen about his story and his book “The Legacy Business.”
America’s military could face problems as a shortage of a rare earth mineral and dependence on foreign production of ammunition could leave US forces under-armed. One America’s Natasha Sweatte spoke with author Barak Lurie to discuss the looming crisis.
Five marines were declared dead after a transport aircraft crash in Southern California. The Marine Corps confirmed the news Thursday morning. On Wednesday, local and federal firefighters responded to the scene after the Osprey aircraft went down during a training exercise in a remote area, some 115 miles east of San Diego.
The first shipment of Nestle baby formula from Europe arrived in Indianapolis on Sunday morning. The flight contained 78-thousand pounds on infant formula. This flight is just one of many from “operation fly formula.”