News

Briefly on China Imposing Sanctions on North Korea

August 14, 2017 Shawn McElhinney 0

Earlier today, China announced it will soon cut off imports of coal, iron/lead ore and goods from North Korea per UN sanctions. — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) August 14, 2017 Or if you prefer your news the more old fashioned way courtesy of a webpage: China is to stop importing coal, […]

Culture

Montana GOP Candidate Assaults Guardian Reporter

May 25, 2017 Shawn McElhinney 0

Seriously, you cannot make this stuff up. As I noted in a prior article, among the special election races taking place this year is one in Montana for the At-Large seat there.{1} Who if asked “how can we help our chances to win”? when faced with a close election in the closing […]

Politics

North Korea: Peace through Aggressive Containment

April 29, 2017 Peter Calderon 0

Unlike Syria, North Korea is a legitimate national security threat to the United States and our men and women in uniform stationed in South Korea. Moreover, the question remains: should the United States take the chance that North Korea has long range ballistic missiles capable of hitting the western coast […]

Politics

Venezuela – The Battle Between Socialism and Socialism

April 19, 2017 Jay Powers 1

Venezuela is in the state of chaos- riots, protest, people starving, and even the military has no food. The longtime socialist stronghold on the country has brought a once steady and beautiful country to an anarchic state. This “Democratic Socialist” country is not only a great case study showing the […]