The Warrior to Cyber Warrior (W2CW) Initiative Gives Back on Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day, the Warrior to Cyber Warrior (W2CW) initiative today announced that Veterans and Active Duty Military will be entitled to take one exam in the Cyber Certified Experts (CCE) Program free of [...]

Toys”R”Us® Announces 2016 Thanksgiving Weekend Hours

Shoppers should get their walking shoes ready. Right on the heels of the company’s Great Big Toys”R”Us Book of Awesome catalog, which offers hundreds of deals valid through November 19, Toys”R”Us® today announced it has begun preparations for [...]

The Future of Credit Shelter Trusts

By J. Corey Reeder When the President signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, some observers thought that certain provisions would sound the death knell for a popular legal tax shelter strategy known as Credit [...]

Mark Levin Donates Rare First Edition of The Federalist Papers

Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship today received a rare first edition of the Federalist Papers. The document was donated to the College from the family of nationally syndicated radio [...]

First Female Army Reserve Ranger Graduates Today

Maj. Lisa Jaster will make history today when she becomes the first Army Reserve female to graduate from the Army’s elite Ranger School at Fort Benning, Georgia. Jaster, an engineer for Shell Oil Co., is an Army [...]

CDC Says Injuries Cost the US $671 Billion

Study shows injuries and violence create substantial economic burden The total cost of injuries and violence in the United States was $671 billion in 2013, according to two Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR) released today [...]

Experian Notifies Consumers In The U.S. Who May Have Been Affected By Breach of Client’s Data

Experian North America announced that it experienced an unauthorized acquisition of consumer information from its T-Mobile, USA client. The data included some personally identifiable information for 15 million consumers in the US, including those who applied for [...]

Democrats Get Shellacknado’d in Midyear, Lose Senate

In the 2010 midterm elections the Democrats lost the House of Representatives and president Obama called the loss “a shellacking..”  Last night, in his second midterm election, Obama got #Shellacknado 2. The Republicans grabbed Democrat Senate [...]

There’s Nothing to be Scared of Anaheim

By Victor Abalos (Editor’s Note: Anaheim, California — the home of Disneyland — was historically a city with a white majority. Latinos are now the majority, but there no Latinos on the Anaheim City Council. That has [...]

Hey, Mr. Obama! Yo Hablo Inglés

By Victor Abalos As a Latino, I’ve always appreciated meeting people who aren’t Latino but have made the effort to learn Spanish. I believe speaking my grandparent’s mother tongue helps me, and hopefully anybody else who [...]