The U.S. Navy is suffering yet another scandal involving sex between men and women sailors. The Navy admitted to London's Daily Mail that the commanding officer and command master chief of a guided missile destroyer steaming for duty in the waters of Libya have been ordered off the ship.

Tennessee is the latest state to join the fight to resist the imposition of Sharia Law within the United States. A bill has been introduced by Sen. Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro, left) in the state legislature which would make following Sharia Law a felony punishable by 15 years in jail.

U.S. military officials are firmly denying allegations published in Rolling Stone magazine that a top Army officer in Afghanistan, Lieutenant General William Caldwell (picture, left), ordered experts in psychological warfare to conduct psychological operations (psy-ops) on visiting U.S. senators and others in hopes that they would help increase funding and troops for the combat effort. Furthermore, the officer in charge of the psy-ops said that when he objected to the operation as illegal, he was placed under investigation and reprimanded.

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is no stranger to controversy. The TSA has been the subject of much scrutiny from civil libertarians and constitutionalists, who have criticized the agency’s numerous affronts against the natural rights of American and foreign travelers, who have been subjected to violations of their bodily integrity and right to property.

TheGovernment Accountability Office has released a new report that shows 34 areas where the federal government operates hundreds of duplicate programs spread across agencies and bureaucracies. The report also identifies 47 other areas where the government could save money.