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Coverup: Veterans Affairs Paid Employees to Hide Malpractice

A USA Today investigation has revealed that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) protected a doctor who performed several botched surgeries. One of Dr. Thomas Francini’s patients experienced so much pain following two botched surgeries, that she had to have her leg amputated. The doctor performed unnecessary surgeries, drilled the wrong screw into a patient, […]

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Wildfires Destroyed This Man’s Home; His Response is Inspiring

Wildfires in Santa Rosa, California and the surrounding area have destroyed over 3,500 buildings and forced 20,000 people to evacuate. Fire destroyed the homes and neighborhoods of people like John Graves. Graves has lived in Santa Rosa for 25 years. He evacuated before the blaze engulfed his home, destroying it entirely. When an ABC7 reporter […]

High Schooler Shot Dead by Illegal Immigrant

On October 4th, police found the body of Diana Martinez-Gonzalez in the woods near Greenville, South Carolina. The 18 year old had just started her junior year at Greenville High School. An illegal immigrant shot and killed her. Daniel De Jesus Rangel Sherrer, age 19, believed that Martinez-Gonzalez had spread some sort of rumor about […]

Illegal Immigrant Kills 3, Gets Shockingly Light Sentence

Courtney Hacking’s life changed forever on March 31, 2016. That day, Margarito Quintero-Rosales drove his vehicle head-on into her family’s car. The collision killed her husband, Peter, and their children, Ellie and Grayson. Quintero-Rosales is an illegal immigrant. He did not hold a driver’s license on the day he made Courtney Hacking a widow. Quintero-Rosales […]

GOP Establishment Disguises Tax Hike

Nearly every Republican in Congress ran on a platform of cutting taxes. However, some of them now want American businesses to pay even more to Uncle Sam. The proposed GOP tax plan claims to lower the corporate tax rate to 25%. It also ensures that the lower rate will not apply to 80% of the […]

Monday Morning Memo: October 9, 2017

Pence Walks Out Over Anthem Protests   Vice President Pence arrived at the Indianapolis Colts game on Sunday afternoon, only to depart upon seeing several players kneel during the national anthem. Pence tweeted, “I left today’s Colts game because @POTUS and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our […]

Grassroots Success Story: Seniors Speak Up

Each week, StandUnited features the story of a grassroots effort that is making a difference. This week’s success story comes from Bowdoinham, Maine, where a few committed volunteers greatly expanded opportunities for senior citizens. Bowdoinham is home to 2,800 people, many of whom are retirees. These seniors enjoy the town’s charm and beautiful natural landscape. […]

Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood Producer and Democrat Mega-Donor, Accused of Sexual Harassment

Harvey Weinstein paid settlements to 8 women who he sexually harassed, according to a bombshell report. The New York Times published evidence that Weinstein made unwelcome advances to actresses hoping to land big roles and female subordinates at his company. Weinstein once invited a young Ashley Judd for a breakfast meeting, which she was shocked […]

Alleged Teacher Hoped Trump Voters Died in Las Vegas

Following the Las Vegas shooting, the nation mourned the 59 dead and hundreds injured by a gunman. Some, however, took the opportunity to wish death on their political opponents. A twitter user who called herself @theresistANNce wrote, “Pray only trumptards die.” In the bio, this twitter user claimed to be a teacher.  No school district […]

Trump Visits Puerto Rico, Explains Recovery Challenges

Faced with the logistic problems of restoring electricity and water to an isolated island, the Trump administration has been working non-stop to help Puerto Ricans get back on their feet. On Tuesday morning, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump landed on the destroyed island. Trump met with local leaders, including San Juan Mayor Carmen […]

Equifax Gets Hacked, IRS Awards them a Contract

Well, this seems almost too dumb to be real. Equifax, the company that announced massive data breaches last month, has received a contract to work for the government. The IRS awarded Equifax a contract to work on verifying consumer identities. The company has proven itself unable to keep personal data safe. Last month, Equifax announced […]

After Las Vegas, NFL Protests Continue

Following the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, Americans rallied around treasured symbols. The White House lowered its flag to half-staff. The Empire State Building dimmed its lights in memory of the 59 people who died at the hands of Stephen Paddock. Country music stars and fans alike gathered at an amphitheater in Nashville for […]

5 Myths You Shouldn’t Believe About the Las Vegas Shooting

In the wake of the shooting in Las Vegas, people are scrambling to uncover information about the deadly attack. Several stories have emerged that are false. We are committed to stopping the spread of fake information. Here are five false statements that some outlets are reporting as fact: 1. The shooter, Stephen Paddock, was an […]

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Student Petition Brings Music to Campus

Students at Emerson College in Boston successfully petitioned the school’s dining services division to permit staff to play music openly while preparing food for students in the dining hall. The campaign, called “Keep the Music Behind the Counter,” began in response to the decision by Dining Center General Manager Patrick Griffin to direct at least […]

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