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Major General Walter Stewart (U.S. Army, ret.): Chris Kyle did not live long enough

Sniper Chris Kyle did not live long enough. I don’t say this in the context of his and Chad Littlefield’s senseless murder at the hands of a supposed brother-in-arms, but in the context of the… 797 more words

Opinion Leaders

[Quote] A Fantastic Mercy

“If we lose this war, may heaven have mercy on us.”
—Hermann Göring to Hitler’s interpreter after Robert Coulondre, French ambassador to Germany, delivered France’s ultimatum regarding the invasion of Poland.

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RT: Forget all our other troubles – the Russians are coming!. . . this ironic piece tells it all! ~J

Veronica Keen stated earlier this week in a comment what I sense is the truth of the what/why in Ukraine. It is impossible right now to make a judgment as to its truth, but I simply ask you to hold the space for this idea as you watch things unfold and consider it. 1,402 more words


February 4, 1915

Six months since Great Britain declared war on Germany. A German official “blockade” of Great Britain is announced to begin on February 18. Merchant vessels of the Allie found in the waters round Great Britain and Ireland, including the English Channel, are liable to be destroyed by German vessels and submarines, “without its always being possible to warn the crew or passengers of the dangers threatening.” Neutral vessels will also incur danger “owing to the use of neutral flags by British merchantment.”


Ukraine ready to impose martial law and declare war on Russia

Posted on Fort Russ, January 23, 2015
Editorial – Politonline.ru
Translated from Russian by Kristina Rus

Kiev is ready to impose martial law in the South-East of Ukraine and to declare war on Russia. 865 more words

I miss liking Obama

In our darkest hour, at least that we millenials can remember, Obama gave us hope.  We had 8 years of fear, debt, a weak economy, and blind nationalism that sickened any of us with even the most basic critical thinking skills.  880 more words

Foreign Policy

The cost of being named "Bill"

There are 10,484 bills and resolutions currently before the United States Congress. Of those, only about 5% will become law. They must be enacted before the end of the 2013-2015 session (the “113th Congress”). 605 more words