New military school
honors the South

by Jon Dougherty -- A new Tennessee-based, all-male military school hopes to bring back the traditions of the original Virginia Military Institute by focusing on Christian principles and teaching the history and more…

Illegals edging out
legal immigrants

by Jon Dougherty -- An immigration reform group says new federal statistics show illegal aliens are elbowing out legal entrants in the use of a program granting resident status in the United more…

Pentagon planning medical draft

by Jon Dougherty -- The Pentagon will draft experienced medical personnel, including medics, nurses and physicians, in the event of a national emergency. Navy corpsmen carry "wounded" troops during an exercise at more…

Fighting our way to big government

by Jon Dougherty -- If you pay attention at all to politics – and sadly, too many Americans do not – you've noticed that in the span of your lifetime, however long more…

FAA most responsible for 9-11?

by Jon Dougherty -- Despite a congressional panel investigating potential intelligence failures leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks releasing a report today that points to mistakes made by the more…

Beijing launching own
'Aegis' warships

by Jon Dougherty -- With the launch of its own domestically produced warships comparable to American Aegis-equipped vessels, China is angling for control of the regional high seas and challenging U.S. power more…

Deaths of Americans tied to lax immigration policy

by Jon Dougherty -- A seasoned INS agent's prediction that lax federal immigration-detention policies eventually would lead to the deaths of U.S. citizens has come true after his warnings to government officials more…

Poll: N.Y. Times
less than reliable

by Jon Dougherty -- A new poll finds less than half of Americans believe the New York Times, still considered the so-called "newspaper of record" by many establishment media organizations, is a more…

Technology automatically IDs consumers

by Jon Dougherty -- A consumer-privacy advocate says the nation's largest shaving-products manufacturer, in conjunction with an umbrella research group, is developing "smart shelf" in-store technology that not only tracks products but more…

Shopping to go high-tech?

by Jon Dougherty -- In an effort to better track inventory and sales of consumer goods, companies are eyeing a World War II-era technology that has only recently become affordable enough for more…