Newly unveiled reports show Chinese officials blocked attempts by researchers to gather evidence on the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), a practicing physician, is speaking out against the $1.9 trillion COVID aid package. He pointed out that barely 1 percent of the money in the bill will go towards vaccines. One America’s John Hines caught up with the Kansas lawmaker and has more.
While there’s a new administration in the White House, that’s not stopping former cabinet members under the Trump administration from continuing efforts to advocate for conservative principles. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with former Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Dr. Ben Carson, to discuss his new think tank and other pressing affairs.
Democrats claim they are furious about the turmoil at the U.S. Capitol and are applauding the related indictments. In 2014, however, Joe Biden’s attorney general nominee Merrick Garland agreed to quash an arrest warrant and dismiss an indictment of a violent leftist who bombed the Senate Chambers in the 1980’s. One America’s Richard Pollock spoke with Paul Kamenar of The National Legal and Policy Center about this hypocrisy and has more from Washington.
Lawmakers may be looking to use the controversial 2001 Patriot Act against people arrested at the January 6 capitol protest. One America’s Shane Althaus has more.
In response to growing backlash over its crackdown on personal freedoms, China is now attempting to drastically change the definition of human rights. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Senators are taking the first-steps in investigating what went down on January 6 in our nation’s capitol. On Tuesday, top Democrats and Republicans probed security officials on how they prepared for possible threats of violence.
A college in Massachusetts has denied a former employee’s allegations that the campus was “hostile to white people.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki recently denied that the Biden administration has been putting migrant children in cages. In a press briefing Tuesday, she was asked whether Joe Biden still sees detention centers as a human rights violation.