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State Department Partners With Left-Leaning Media In Propaganda Push, Documents Reveal

May 26, 2023 by


By Fred Lucas ~ A State Department agency with a mission of combating disinformation abroad has helped shape coverage by—and in some cases subsidized—U.S. news outlets, according to records obtained by a conservative legal organization. America First Legal says that over 600 pages of documents obtained in a public records lawsuit show the State Department’s […]

A Better Climate At State

March 15, 2018 by


By Craig Rucker ~ On global warming and America’s exit from the UN’s Paris Climate Accord, replacing Rex Tillerson with Mike Pompeo is “definitely an upgrade.” That’s how American Energy Alliance President Tom Pyle described the swap in a report by Michael Bastasch posted at Although he knew better, Tillerson continually played lip service […]

Trump Stands Up To The Castro Regime

October 2, 2017 by


By Mike Gonzalez ~ In withdrawing personnel from the U.S. Embassy in Cuba, the Trump administration took a limited and reasonable retaliation for attacks on U.S. diplomats in Havana. It could, and should, have gone further, but the actions at least convey to the ruthless Castro regime that it now deals with a government that […]

Watchdog Sues For Records On Tax Dollars Funding ‘Soros Infantry’

April 20, 2017 by


By Fred Lucas ~ Judicial Watch is suing to obtain government records regarding almost $5 million in U.S. tax dollars flowing to the “Soros infantry” that is disrupting Macedonia’s political system. What’s more, the government watchdog group says it wants to know why President Donald Trump hasn’t replaced President Barack Obama’s ambassador to Macedonia, Jess […]

Sudan Frees, Re-Arrests Christian Mother Sentenced to Death + updates

June 24, 2014 by


State Department: Meriam Ibrahim Ishag Only ‘Temporarily Detained’  ~ By Melissa Quinn    ~ Photo: AFP Photo/Getty Images/Newscom It was another long and adventurous day for Meriam Ibrahim Ishag, the 27-year-old Christian mom sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to renounce her faith. After being released from prison and having her death sentence lifted […]

Benghazi: State Department Accountability Under Scrutiny

September 20, 2013 by


By Helle Dale ~ Wednesday, the House Foreign Affairs Committee (HFAC) held the first in a series of three important Benghazi hearings. This week the focus is the actions—or lack thereof—of the U.S. government as we pass the first anniversary of the terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi. “Benghazi: Where Is the […]

Scandal Du Jour At The State Department

June 13, 2013 by


By Helle Dale ~ Another day, another State Department scandal. This time, allegations of sexual misconduct have surfaced against U.S. Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman. On top of that, high-level officials in the State Department, which at the time was headed by Hillary Clinton, are accused of shutting down a probe by State’s inspector general […]

Why Is Hillary’s State Department Getting UndyBomber Pass?

January 9, 2010 by


By Michelle Malkin Forget about no-fly lists, full-body scanners and air marshals. All the loud recriminations about who should have done what to stop the UndyBomber from boarding a plane to Detroit on Christmas Day miss a more fundamental point: Young, single, rootless foreign Muslim Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab should never, ever have received a temporary […]