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Taxpayer-funded film festivals showcase offensive content

- The Washington Times

A federal agency is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars every year to support film festivals that showcase movies that some Americans might find offensive. Decapitated heads, public urination and sexual promiscuity are among the subjects explored on the big screen of events underwritten with U.S. taxpayers’ money.

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The U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan (usembassy.gov)

Afghanistan embassy gets high marks in review

- The Washington Times

Despite working in one of the most dangerous areas the State Department operates in, the ambassador and staff of the U.S. Embassy in Kabul received high marks from inspectors who said they were "favorably impressed" by the diplomatic team.

The determined military and civilian specialists aboard the specially fitted MV Cape Ray container ship have now destroyed three-fourths of the chemical weapons from Syria. (Department of Transportation)

EPA is declared a 'rogue agency'

- The Washington Times

But it seemed like such a good idea at the time: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was founded with much fanfare and good will in 1970, when green thinking and eco-mindedness was a righteous thing indeed.