By Sarah Zubeldia, Marketing — Videos showing voter fraud in the Democratic party have been leaked all over the internet and are causing major suspicion among voters. In the states of Arizona, Illinois, as well as Pennsylvania - voters were accused of stuffing ballot boxes as well as moving suspicious ...
November 1, 2016WebKeeper
By Kim Griffin, Marketing — “The young women paused, her face tightening as she forced herself to recall the nightmarish memory. Three years after leaving Syria for asylum in the United States, dark circles still hung under her eyes… ’I saw it - it was under my balcony. It was in ...
October 30, 2016WebKeeper
By Ashley Mazerolle, Marketing — It’s that wonderful time of year when the leaves fall, the air gets crisp, pumpkin spice lattes are everywhere, and people who were once good, start doing shady things. Election Season is upon us and with less than 2 weeks for Americans to cast their votes, ...
October 23, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — The controversial deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castille, among others, have caused many people to question the role of the police and the relationship between police and the public. Another topic brought to the forefront is the role of risk assessment for police officers. Police ...
October 17, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — In 1985, serial killer Michael Swango was convicted for aggravated battery after he poisoned his co-workers in Illinois. Despite this conviction, he was later able to continue practicing medicine in South Dakota and subsequently fatally poisoned around 50 people. This tragic event leads us to question ...
October 10, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Free, Marketing — Last Wednesday on Capitol Hill, hundreds of awards for recognition were given to various Homeland Security agents, each of whom played key roles this year in enhancing U.S. national security. Notable stories included secret service agents who stopped an armed man from getting onto the ...
October 3, 2016WebKeeper
By Seth McGinn, Marketing — For every $100 of credit card spending throughout the world, $.07 is spent fraudulently. This may seem like a minor issue, but not when we total up the amount of card spending that occurs throughout the world in a year, giving us a whopping $22 ...
September 26, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — The United States has begun to crack down on corrupt officials that are overseas, causing some to accuse the United States of overstepping its boundaries. However, it would seem that cracking down on corrupt foreign officials is in the country’s best interest. Corrupt officials bringing stolen ...
September 20, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — President Mauricio Macri of Argentina is under fire for telling the truth about the Argentinian economy. It has come to light that the Argentinian government, in its effort to placate the people and avoid making any drastic changes, published false data about the economy. Decrease in Popularity Macri ...
September 14, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — $51 billion, that’s how much the United States spends each year combating the traffic and sale of illegal drugs. This effort isn’t something new. In the 1970s Richard Nixon called this the War on Drugs, and the term has since become part of our everyday vernacular. ...
September 9, 2016WebKeeper
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