10-Year-Old Strives to Thank Every Cop in America with Donuts

For the past two years, 10-year-old Tyler Carach has been committed to thanking every police officer in America by treating them to donuts. A couple of years ago, Tyler and his mother, Sheena Carach, were at their local store in Bratt, Florida. Tyler saw four deputies and offered to buy them some donuts with his […]

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Family Separation, ATT Merger, and F.B.I. Corruption

Family Separation The Department of Homeland Security has announced that at least 2,000 children have been separated from their parents at immigration detention facilities. The House GOP will vote this week on a bill that would end family separation at the border. On Sunday, Democratic lawmakers tried to gain access to a detention facility in Elizabeth, New […]

Country Time Lemonade Comes to Rescue of Local Lemonade Stands

Yesterday, Country Time Lemonade offered to help pay fines and permits for kids who wish to operate a lemonade stand this year. Legal-Ade, newly formed by Country Time Lemonade, will cover the fees up to $300 for lemonade stands that were fined in 2017 and 2018. They will also cover any permits that were bought […]

News: Justify Wins at Belmont, Trump Stuns at G7, and De Niro Goes Crude at Tonys

Triple Crown Winner Three year-old colt Justify won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, becoming the 13th Triple Crown winner in history. Justify was trained by Bob Baffert, who also trained American Pharoah (the 2015 Triple Crown winner). Another horse owner and another jockey have accused Restoring Hope, another one of Baffert’s horses, of blocking for […]

63-year-old Alice Johnson Granted Clemency After 21 Years in Prison

On Wednesday, President Trump granted clemency to Alice Marie Johnson. She is a 63-year-old woman who had been serving a life sentence since the 90’s for a first-time, non-violent drug offense. Johnson is finally a free woman due, in part, to reality star Kim Kardashian West. Kardashian West has been advocating for Johnson for months. […]

Recent Supreme Court Decision Small Victory For Religious Liberty

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a Colorado court ruling in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. This ruling stated that a business cannot refuse to serve gay and lesbian couples’ wedding, despite a person’s right to religious freedom. In 2012, baker Jack Phillips refused to make a wedding cake […]

Trump Says He Won’t Pardon Himself—But He Could

President Donald Trump said that he has the “absolute right” to pardon himself. He then asked why he would do that since he has “done nothing wrong.” The New York Times published a letter over the weekend authored by Trump’s lawyers. They told Special Counsel Robert Mueller that the presidency contains broad Constitutional powers. According […]

News: Melania, Bill Clinton, and Presidential Pardons

Melania Resumes Public Duties Following surgery for a kidney condition, First Lady Melania Trump stayed out of the spotlight for more than 3 weeks. As concern mounts over her extended absence, she announced that she will attend an event for Gold Star families today. Guatemala Volcano In Central America, a volcano called “Fuego” has erupted. […]

Punk Rock Band Makes Cracks About Victims of Vegas Shooting

Over Memorial Day weekend, the punk rock band NOFX made distasteful comments about the Las Vegas shooting while performing at the Punk Rock Bowling Music Festival in downtown Las Vegas. The frontman of the band, Michael John Burkett, also known as “Fat Mike,” told the crowd: “We played a song and didn’t get shot. There’s […]

U.S. Veteran Denied Access to Amusement Park Ride Due to Prosthetics

Earlier this month, a retired U.S. Marine bomb technician Johnny “Joey” Jones, who walks on two prosthetic legs, was kicked off a ride at Six Flags due to not having “real legs.” Jones served as a bomb technician in Iraq and Afghanistan, where he lost both of his legs from an improvised explosive device. In […]

White House Plans to Continue Trade Actions Against China

The trade disputes between the United States and China will continue according to the White House. It announced 25% tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods on Tuesday morning. This comes after previous reports that tensions were cooling between the two countries. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin previously said that tariffs would be […]