Natasha Sweatte

Roe v. Wade: Similarities between slavery & abortion

There’s no question, even being a half century old case, Roe v. Wade continues to spark controversy. Recently, there’s been outrage from those who support abortion. One America’s Natasha Sweatte caught up with the president of the Pacific Justice Institute to find out his organization’s involvement.


FILE - In this Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020, file photo, Nikki Schueller inserts her absentee voter ballot into a drop box in Troy, Mich. Just days before the presidential election, millions of mail-in ballots have still not been returned in key battleground states. Many of those are due in county offices by Tuesday, Nov. 3, but the latest Postal Service delivery data suggests it’s too late for voters to drop their ballots in the mail. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

Are votes being compromised?

Many Americans are questioning if there are glitches in the current voting system. With mail-in ballots becoming the norm, many fear if the midterms will be fair. One America’s Natasha Sweatte has more.


Several Calif. bills propose to silence doctors

Several Calif. bills propose to silence doctors

Many argue some Americans who opted out of getting any of the COVID vaccines have faced discrimination in many aspects. However, more bills from the California Legislature are surfacing in which look to penalize not only the American public, but doctors who don’t comply with the state. One America’s Natasha Sweatte has more on what’s pending in the State Capitol.



LEFT: Remote button for Netflix (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, file) & RIGHT: Elon Musk (Patrick Pleul/Pool Photo via AP, File)

Is the market rejecting “woke” content?

While some argue cancel culture was designed to silence conservative voices, some believe it’s now beginning to backfire. One America’s Natasha Sweatte takes a deeper look into how the repercussions of so-called “wokeism” are catching up with corporations.



FILE - A man carries his weapon during a second amendment gun rally at Utah State Capitol on Feb. 8, 2020, in Salt Lake City. Utah is one of several more states weighing proposals this year that would allow people to carry concealed guns without having to get a permit, a trend supporters say bolsters Second Amendment rights but is alarming to gun-control advocates. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

Pro Second Amendment Legislation Making Waves

As crime is on the rise, some lawmakers are pushing legislation in support of the Second Amendment. One America’s Natasha Sweatte spoke with a NRA Certified Firearms instructor who’s seeing a surge of women flocking to ranges to seek out professional training.