(CNSNews.com) – FBI spokeswoman Jacqueline Maguire told reporters that Leo Johnson, a long-time security guard at the Family Research Council, is “a hero” after he was shot in the arm by an unidentified gunman at the family-values organization on Wednesday.
“We had an individual enter the building and he got into an altercation with a security guard,” Maguire said during a press briefing outside the FRC headquarters, which is on the 800 block of G Street NW in Washington, D.C.
“As a result of that altercation the security guard was shot in the arm, he has been transported to the hospital, he’s doing okay,” she said. “Interviews of both the victim as well as witnesses in the building and outside the building continue. It is to this point a joint investigation from the FBI-Washington field office and the Metropolitan Police Department. We are also working alongside the U.S. attorneys office.”
(Newsmax.com) For the first time since he began his presidential campaign, Republican Mitt Romney has the support of more than 40 percent of America’s youth vote, a new JZ Analytics poll reveals.
In the survey of likely voters conducted after Romney selected Paul Ryan as his running mate, President Obama received less than a majority of the vote — 49 percent — among respondents ages 19 to 29, while Romney got 41 percent.
“This is the first time I am seeing Romney’s numbers this high among 18-to-29-year-olds,” John Zogby, JZ Analytics managing director, told the Washington Times.
(TheBlaze.com) A group of former Navy SEALs, members of Delta Force, the Marines, Army Special Forces and the intelligence community have joined together and are standing up, demanding that America’s political leaders immediately stop leaking sensitive military information.This morning at 10am, the group known as the Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund (OPSEC) released a twenty-two minute film titled “Dishonorable Disclosures: How Leaks And Politics Threaten National Security.” Here is the promo reel for that movie.