Terror in Las Vegas: 50+ Dead, 200+ Wounded

By; Zack Duvall   A deadly Sunday night shooting at a Las Vegas concert has left over 50 concert-goers dead and at least 200 more wounded. According to authorities on scene, Stephan Paddock,64, opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest Festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel with at least one fully-automatic weapon  starting at roughly 10 pm local time on Sunday … Continue reading Terror in Las Vegas: 50+ Dead, 200+ Wounded

Thoughts on the Week 09/25/2017-09/29/2017: Price Has to Go, Kurdistan Deserves Support, and the Impact of Potential Supreme Court Victories by Conservatives

By: Zack Duvall Price Must Pay ‘The Price” It’s not that Health and Human Secretary, Tom Price, blatantly wasted U.S. taxpayer money on ludicrous travel expenses that warrants his immediate termination from his cabinet position, it’s the fact that he did it during his tenure in an administration that has vowed to drain D.C. of this very swamp like behavior. $400,000 is not a lot … Continue reading Thoughts on the Week 09/25/2017-09/29/2017: Price Has to Go, Kurdistan Deserves Support, and the Impact of Potential Supreme Court Victories by Conservatives

Want to Get Involved? We Want to Hear From You!

Hello All and Happy Friday! My name is Zack Duvall, and I am the founder of The American Times Media and Publishing. I started this platform in order to create an organization that I hope will grow into a trusted and reliable source of American news and commentary, with the future goal of taking an active role in the political landscape of our country. I … Continue reading Want to Get Involved? We Want to Hear From You!

Daily Briefs 09/29/2017: Scalise Returns to Work, Trump Makes Huge Donation to Storm Relief Efforts and International Action Against Kurdistan

U.S. News: Rep. Steve Scalise Returns to Capitol Hill- House majority whip, Steve Scalise, who was shot in June by left-wing terrorist and Bernie Sander’s supporter James Hodgkinson, returned to his work as a U.S. Representative on Thursday amid a huge round of applause from his fellow lawmakers. “I’m back.” He tweeted after arriving at the Capitol. Scalise, who doctors had initially said wouldn’t survive … Continue reading Daily Briefs 09/29/2017: Scalise Returns to Work, Trump Makes Huge Donation to Storm Relief Efforts and International Action Against Kurdistan

Judge Roy Moore: A True Outsider for the Conservative Cause

By: Zack Duvall   Judge Roy Moore. That name has been at the center of Alabama’s state politics for the past three-decades and has drawn both bi-partisan praise, and support on many issues, but has also endured the wrath of the federal government when he has shown his commitment to conservative values on others. The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is known … Continue reading Judge Roy Moore: A True Outsider for the Conservative Cause

Navy Issues New Directives Following Deadly Summer of Accidents at Sea

By: Zack Duvall   Following the conclusion of a full and comprehensive review of U.S. Navy operational readiness and procedures, that included a 24-hour hold on all global U.S. Navy movements, new guidelines are being issued throughout the service’s chain of command set to be effective immediately. The new guidelines come after numerous collisions at sea, specifically involving the Pacific Fleet, that highlighted how detrimental … Continue reading Navy Issues New Directives Following Deadly Summer of Accidents at Sea

Daily Brief 09/28/2017: American Icon Dead, Possible Executive Action on Healthcare, and a Major Explosion in Europe

U.S. News Founder of ‘Playboy’ Dead at 91- The American icon and legend, Hugh Hefner, who founded the hugely successful adult entertainment magazine ‘Playboy’ has died at the age of 91. Hefner started the publication with a $10,000 loan from family and friends, using furniture as collateral, in 1953 featuring Marilyn Monroe in the first circulation which sold over 50,000 copies. Mr. Hefner died of … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/28/2017: American Icon Dead, Possible Executive Action on Healthcare, and a Major Explosion in Europe

Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

By: Zack Duvall   U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis arrived at Afghanistan’s main airport located in Kabul at roughly 11 am Wednesday, just hours later that same airport would come under siege by Taliban insurgents fighting a war against the American-backed Afghan government. Secretary Mattis had traveled to Afghanistan from India where he was seeking support for the new U.S. plan regarding security policies in … Continue reading Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

Boeing’s Dispute With Canadian Company, Bombardier, Draws International Attention

By: Zack Duvall   The U.S. Commerce Department is set to announce its decision this week on allegations made by American aerospace and defense company, Boeing, that a Canadian-based rival has been using subsidies provided by the Canadian government to introduce its products to the American marketplace at an “absurdly low price.” The complaint by Boeing says that the Canadian company, Bombardier Inc., introduced a … Continue reading Boeing’s Dispute With Canadian Company, Bombardier, Draws International Attention

Daily Brief 09/27/2017: Tax Reform, Saudi Women Driving, and EU Reforms

U.S. News President Trump to Present Tax Plan in Indianapolis Today- President Trump heads to the heartland today in order to give a speech outlining his plan to drastically reform the tax code and simplify the individual tax income brackets. Indianapolis was chosen as the location of the tax speech because the city in within the district represented by Democratic Senator, Joe Donnelly, who is … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/27/2017: Tax Reform, Saudi Women Driving, and EU Reforms