What You Don't Know About Vetting Syrian Refugees

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ethan Barton
A Syrian refugee girl stands behind a door at a makeshift settlement in the village of Ketermaya, south of Beirut January 8, 2015.  A storm buffeted the Middle East with blizzards, rain and strong winds on Wednesday, keeping people at home across much of the region and raising concerns for Syrian refugees facing freezing temperatures in flimsy shelters. Snowfall and gales in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley destroyed some refugee tents.  REUTERS/Ali Hashisho   (LEBANON - Tags: CIVIL UNREST DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT) - RTR4KKD8

Federal officials claim their vetting process is tough, but 80 percent of refugee applicants are approved and nobody tracks them after they’ve been in the U.S. for three months.

The American Public Is About To Realize What Planned Parenthood Does To Kids And Mothers

Opinion | John-Henry Westen
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York

The House Judiciary Committee’s hearing will shed light on the controversial abortion provider.