If you’re on social media today, you might have noticed that expressing any interest in fixing the utterly broken immigration policy of the US prompts the emergence of a certain profile. It undoubtedly features a[…]
So, you’re boycotting Starbucks to help veterans, active duty members, and dependents? Well, you’re an idiot. Starbucks not only already has a veteran’s program, they have shops on just about every military base I’ve been[…]
I spent last night talking with Anti-Media Radio about terrorism and insurgency. If you’re one of those people who likes to listen rather than read, here’s an hour of in-depth discussion about terrorism and insurgency.[…]
In countries all over the world different organizations are attempting to stage internal revolutions without the use of violence. History is full of examples of successful revolutions that employed violence in their strategy, but has there ever been a truly successful revolution that didn’t employ violence?
If you have a concern about any form over government overreach, the movement for police accountability is your fight. Even if you’ve never had a run in with law enforcement, it’s your fight.
Due to the continued plunge into “The War on Terror” and the different conflicts the West has started, become involved with, or prolonged; a series of terms have lost their meaning. The meanings are important. It is fundamentally impossible to understand the nature of many of today’s conflicts because the terms defining them are muddled and lead people to believe a cookie cutter response is appropriate.