Special Forces from 96 countries focused on “Building the Global SOF Partnership” at a conference in Tampa, Florida. The multinational cooperation of NATO Special Operations Forces serves as a good example for such a global Special Forces network.
By Michael Allen Philadelphia officials are closing almost two dozen schools and decimating the budgets of the remaining schools under a so-called “doomsday” education plan. However, amid all these cuts for education, the state of Pennsylvania is building a new $400 million prison for Philadelphia. Pennsylvania’s School Reform Commission voted on March 7 to close
By TAL KOPAN Rep. Jeff Duncan wants to know why IRS law enforcement agents are training with AR-15 rifles. As chairman of the House Homeland Security oversight subcommittee, Duncan (R-S.C.) toured a federal law enforcement facility in late May and noticed agents training with the semi-automatic weapons at a firing range. They identified themselves as
By Abby Miller I admit, I spend a lot of time on the Internet looking at pictures of kittens. Recently, however, there was one picture of a kitten that came with a sad, sad story attached. On June 10, an Ohio homeowner called animal control for some assistance regarding a litter of abandoned kittens that
William Thornton AL.com St. Clair and Bibb county authorities are confirming there were roadblocks at several locations in their counties Friday and Saturday asking for blood and DNA samples. However, the samples were voluntary and motorists were paid for them as part of a study, they said. According to Lt. Freddie Turrentine of the St.
What Happened To Our Constitution? By Mary Beth Quirk It isn’t just drunk drivers police in New Jersey are worried about — one state senator is introducing a bill that would allow authorities to search through drivers’ phones after an accident, likening the act of texting on them while driving to having an open bottle
June 18th, 2013