Citizen Action was launched as a unique news site in April and we are overwhelmed by the support of our loyal readers. It has been a whirlwind for us, and one crazy year for the world– evident by the Top 10 Citizen Action Articles of 2015.
Just days after the horrific terrorist attacks on Paris, we learn that the feds actually helped facilitate the release of an individual that should be locked up for a long time.
The Department of Justice has ordered libertarian website Reason.com to turn over all of the information on commenters who threatened a federal judge.
A Muslim professor at an American public university has been arrested for attacking a 14-year-old female relative. The reason will shock you.
Things are going to get awkward when President Barack Obama meets Pope Francis next week–due to the guest list Obama has in store.
Hillary Clinton is keeping her distance from the voters she will need to win, and holding the press even further away. Now she is trying to squash a photo from being released with her holding back the press.
According to the police report, Singletary took the phone and his service weapon and said “You taught me how to use this, don’t think I won’t use it.”
The United States Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia decided to celebrate Independence Day a month early to avoid offending the country’s Muslim population during the “Holy Month” of Ramadan.
In the wake of the Charleston shootings, a leader of the black community is calling for a race war. The president’s rhetoric supports his cause.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case involving a San Francisco area school that banned students from wearing an American flag shirt on Cinco de Mayo.
ISIS is operating a training camp just miles from El Paso, Texas, according to sources that include a Mexican Army officer and a Mexican Federal Police Inspector.
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