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Disaster Planning History a Lesson for the White House

John Kass, Author Tevi Troy begins his excellent book “Shall We Wake the President?: Two Centuries of Disaster Management from the Oval Office,” with something innocent. A children’s song. It is much like other rhymes that children sing, or used to sing, the nursery rhymes we sang as kids on the South Side of Chicago,

Our next president’s biggest challenge: Keeping America safe in a time of terror

Van Hipp,   Our U.S. Constitution specifically provides that the president shall be “Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States.” Further, the main reason the states and the Founding Fathers came together

œWhat Is The Hegelian Dialectic?

Coyote Prime – by Stirling “The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face witha conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.”– J. Edgar Hoover  “Why is it important for you to understand the subject of the Hegelian Dialectic? Because it is the process by which all change is being accomplished in society today. More importantly,

Memorial Day is being turned into a celebration of war

Why War Is Inevitable Paul Craig Roberts,  Memorial Day is when we commemorate our war dead. Like the Fourth of July, Memorial Day is being turned into a celebration of war. Those who lose family members and dear friends to war don’t want the deaths to have been in vain. Consequently, wars become glorious deeds

The Democrat Party’s Century of Tax Hikes

Michael Schaus  The worst amendment to the Constitution is also one of the vaguest. The right to keep and bear arms might be simplistic, but at least it is direct. Our first amendment is mildly long winded and grotesquely misunderstood. However, the 16th amendment, ratified in 1913, stands as one of the most viscous deteriorations