Author: Brandon Drey

U.S. Navy Launches Rewards Program For Non-Citizens Who Leak Intel To Sailors For Counterterrorism Operations In Middle East

With tensions rising over Iran’s nuclear program and Tehran’s arming of Houthi rebels in Yemen, the U.S. Navy said individuals who voluntarily leak intel to sailors for counterterrorism operations and illicit shipments in the Middle East could receive up to $100,00 payout in a new rewards program. The U.S. Naval Forces Central Command said those …

Here’s What We Know About The Alleged Highland Park Parade Shooter

An Independence Day celebration turned into a deadly mass shooting on Monday in Highland Park, Illinois, which left at least six people dead and 30 others hospitalized, leading to authorities identifying and arresting a 22-year-old suspect. Previous articles included the suspect’s name because he was still at large, but due to The Daily Wire’s policy …

“We Cannot And Will Not Tolerate Violence Or The Destruction Of Property”: Akron Officials Declare State of Emergency Following Riots Over Death of Jayland Walker

Following protests on Sunday night in Akron, Ohio, over the death of Jayland Walker, who police killed last week after allegedly leading them on a chase and shooting at them, city officials on Monday canceled the Fourth of July fireworks show, set a curfew, and declared a state of emergency. “Early yesterday, we had several …

“One Of The Strongest Election Laws In The Country”: Missouri Gov. Reforms Election Laws Banning Mail-In Ballots, Requiring Voter ID

Missouri Governor Mike Parson reformed state election laws on Wednesday by banning mail-in ballots and requiring all registered voters to show a photo ID in order to cast a ballot. In a push to “strengthen election processes and voter confidence,” Parson signed House Bill 1878 into law, saying although Missouri has conducted “free, fair, and …

Gov. Newsom Signs Off On Reversing Loitering Law Police Used To Crack Down On Human Trafficking And Prostitution

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill on Friday that reversed the loitering law police used to crack down on human trafficking and prostitution in the Golden State. Authored by San Francisco’s Democrat Sen. Scott Wiener, SB 357 repeals a law that criminalized “loitering with the intent to engage in prostitution.” He says the law …

Sen. Marsha Blackburn Backs 40,000 Unvaccinated National Guard Soldiers Facing Termination Over Vaccine With New Legislation

Roughly 40,000 U.S. Army National Guard soldiers — or 13% of the force — who refused to take the mandated COVID vaccine had one last chance on Thursday, June 30, to get vaccinated before military officials could force members out of the service. But Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) introduced legislation on the Guardsmen’s deadline that …