The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation established the first museum dedicated to the 100 million victims of communism, highlighting its dangers as the ideology is still ongoing in numerous parts of the world.
The American Legislative Exchange Council released its report grading America’s 50 governors on economic freedom as residents in 36 states will be casting their vote for governor this fall.
The Federal Reserve approved its first interest rate hike in more than three years. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with certified financial planner Mitch Kramer, the founder and CEO of Fluent Financial, about the announcement.
A global disaster relief organization, ShelterBox USA, is quickly responding to the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Ukraine as a result of Russia’s invasion. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with organization’s communications director, Jeremy Jacobs, to discuss the supplies and support they’re providing to Ukrainian refugees.
The controversy surrounding vaccine mandates continues as the U.S. Army is set to begin discharging unvaccinated service members. However, Florida Congressman Brian Mast introduced a bill to defend service members for exercising their right to medical privacy. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Congressman Mast about his newly proposed legislation.
Presidential historian Craig Shirley is set to release a new book called “April 1945: The Hinge of History,” which focuses on the final months of World War II. The upcoming book is a follow-up to his New York Times bestseller “December 1941.” One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Craig about his new work.
Podcast host Joe Rogan issues an apology over the controversy surrounding his content. One America’s Stephanie Myers has that story.
Police departments across the nation are losing officers and are struggling to replace them as crime is on the rise. This comes as local leaders try to do damage control after a number of them previously called to defund the police. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with retired Police Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, a spokesperson for the National Police Association, to get her reaction and take on the issues.
Supply chain issues are continuing to cause problems for businesses nationwide and globally. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with supply chain expert, James Crean of CREAN Inc., about the matter.