Making WhiteHouse.gov Great Again?


Any time the White House changes hands, especially between two different political parties, there are going to be some hurdles to overcome during transition. However, it appears that current federal digital properties are presenting some additional challenges that are more difficult for some to overcome.

Inauguration 2017: The Final Countdown


In exactly one year, America will celebrate the inauguration of our 45th president. Who will it be?

Highlights from #GOP2012


Highlights from the Republican National Convention August 27-31, 2012 in Tampa, Florida.

Does Anything Impress McKayla?


Is McKayla impressed by Mitt Romney’s choice of Rep. Paul Ryan for VP?

The Speed of Trust

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The U.S. Army War College alumni list reads like a “Who’s Who” of U.S. military icons — and there’s no doubt that the next generation of future generals and admirals were sitting among us.

Ten Unique Things To Do in Washington, DC

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Our Nation’s Capital is well known for iconic federal buildings, historic monuments and impressive museums. However, there are a number of hidden gems that many visitors might not know about which are certainly worth a look while in the Washington, DC area. Here are ten unique spots and activities to add to your list should you find yourself “inside the beltway” this summer.