Shining a Light on Issues of Freedom and Responsibility
Our goal is to help you stay informed and to explore issues beyond the surface so you can speak intelligently about them and know what to keep an eye out for.
Sometimes tackling the gravity of the world is easiest when you start with just one thing at a time. Daily Focus provides that. Your Informing America Daily Focus is a frequent news update offering one main issue to focus on at the forefront — with accompanying additional issues for you to keep in mind. With so much going on in the world today, don’t forget to maintain Daily Focus.
Pair Daily Focus with The Dossier, which provides a more in-depth, features-style view of issues affecting conservative Americans today. By creating a habit of reading these newsletters, you’ll have the information you need to stay informed and take action at the voting booth.
Have you ever wanted to know more details behind a sound byte or headline? Informing America presents The Dossier, a newsletter committed to just that. The Dossier offers investigation and goes beyond the deadline to provide you with coverage on important issues of the day affecting Americans with traditional family values.
Find the time for your detailed news coverage by keeping updated on other news tidbits with Daily Focus — a summary offering a main news feature and quick news to help you stay updated and informed on all the latest issues.
Informing America is a publication committed to exposing conservative Americans with traditional values to news concerning their personal freedoms. We accomplish this through the Daily Focus newsletter, which provides a suggested area of immediate attention triggered by items in the news such as legislation and policies. We also provide The Dossier, which provides a more thorough, in-depth look at pressing issues, talking points, and the need to preserve our traditional American values.
While we believe it’s every citizen’s personal responsibility to stay informed about the news, we also know there’s a right way to do it: in a way that’s respectful of our men and women in uniform, our first responders and healthcare professionals, and our respected local law enforcement officers — the people who keep our blessed nation and communities safe.