national security

U.S. Department of Justice

Past US presidents, VPs asked to recheck for classified docs – Associated Press

The National Archives has asked former U.S. presidents and vice presidents to recheck their personal records for any classified documents following the news that President Joe Biden and former Vice President Mike Pence had such documents in their possession. The Archives sent a letter Thursday to representatives of former presidents and vice presidents extending back

Biden Administration

GOP requests intel ‘damage assessment’ of Biden documents – Associated Press

President Joe Biden waves before boarding Air Force One at El Paso International Airport in El Paso, Texas, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, to travel to Mexico City, Mexico. The Justice Department is reviewing a batch of potentially classified documents found in the Washington office space of President Joe Biden’s former institute, the White House said

Opinion

Opinion: Southern Border Is a Crisis and Disaster Demanding Action – Inside Sources

The southern border has become a humanitarian disaster affecting the nation. This situation requires an immediate and effective federal response. While we can feel compassion for those seeking a better life, we must also recognize that unfettered access to this country is not compassionate as it has created conditions for massive human and illicit drug

Mines

Biden order to boost mining may not have quick payoff

Photo: Nickel Ore President Joe Biden is turning to a Cold War-era law to boost production of lithium and other minerals used to power electric vehicles, but experts say the move by itself is unlikely to ensure the robust domestic mining Biden seeks as he promotes cleaner energy sources. Biden’s action, part of his efforts

Opinion

Opinion: Re-Shore Rare Earths to Keep America Strong – Inside Sources

A country incapable of providing for itself isn’t much of a great power. To ensure America stays strong for generations to come, we need to bring production of goods essential to our national security back home. That starts with re-shoring rare earth manufacturing. For some, “industrial policy” is a dirty term associated with planned economies.