The responsiveness of Congress to grassroots opinion rather than to leftwing screams about "witch hunts" was clearly demonstrated by the overwhelming vote last month to continue the House Internal Security Committee as a separate entity. The House … [Read more...] about SUBVERSION IN U.S.
During President Nixon’s Summit Conference in Moscow, the whole world had a close look at what happens when the Government controls the news. As soon as the TV networks began to relay news that the Kremlin did not want the American people to hear, … [Read more...] about CENSORSHIP: U.S. & U.S.S.R
A famous story about Napoleon relates that, after he had conquered the European Continent, a young American inventor named Robert Fulton obtained an interview with him. Fulton spread out his designs and models for his steamboat, and described how his … [Read more...] about A NUCLEAR NAVY
There will not be a wet eye in the Navy on June 29 when Admiral Elmo Zumwalt departs as Chief of Naval Operations. The controversial Admiral Zumwalt caused much animosity by his famous Z-Gram messages which broke down Navy traditions. His … [Read more...] about ZUMWALT’S NAVY
On November 23, 1970, a Lithuanian seaman named Simas Kudirka leaped from the deck of a Soviet fishing trawler to the U.S. Coast Guard ship called the Vigilant, and asked political asylum. The two ships were anchored side by side in American … [Read more...] about SIMAS KUDIRKA
In the sea of red ink which engulfs the Federal Government, there is one agency which ends every year with a healthy budget surplus: the U.S. Passport Office. This so-called annual profit, now in the range of $15 million, is the result of the … [Read more...] about PASSPORT FRAUDS
With food becoming more expensive and sometimes even in short supply, many of us would like to get more of our protein from fish. Our tremendously long coastline and thousands of lakes and rivers should give Americans an abundant supply of cheap and … [Read more...] about STEALING OUR FISH
This month was the Tenth Anniversary of the 1964 riots at the Panama Canal in which three American soldiers were killed. Our State Department thinks that a good way to observe such an anniversary is to give more concessions to the rioters. That is … [Read more...] about PANAMA TREATY