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Pentagon Releases Video Footage of Attacks On ISIS

Purported video shows artillery taken out in Iraq If Americans are going to show an acceptable level of interest in the never-ending war on manufactured enemies, they will have to be periodically fed some video of the violence.  That’s what the Pentagon did on Saturday. It released to the alphabet propaganda media footage of bombs […] Read More →

House Votes to Limit Obama’s NSA Spying

 The NSA collects data and spies on American citizens, even members of Congress and the government, without getting a specific warrant and in clear violation of the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. People are outraged that this is happening, and multiple lawsuits have been filed against the NSA to stop their warrantless searches and seizures […] Read More →


All Self Sustained – by Paul Dutton, Survival Life  Every parent asks themselves this question. If you’re lucky enough to be brought up with firearms around, this probably isn’t a big deal for you. However, within the last five years, more Americans are first-time gun owners with little to no experience. This can be a challenging issue for a […] Read More →

Boys to Men � The Need for Boys to Play with Guns

by Karen Serna Growing up, I was one of two girls in a neighborhood filled with boys. As you can imagine, I became quite the tom-boy; my days were filled with war games: “Star Wars”, “Cowboys and Indians”, etc. I either learned these testosterone driven games or went without friends. Little boys thrive on battle. […] Read More →

How Just A Few Heroes Barely Saved the Internet from Being Hijacked: Beware SOPA 2.0

Ralph Benko Part1: Two years ago Hollywood, no kidding, masterminded a plot to, in effect, steal the Internet (by criminalizing certain conduct, booby trapping the Web in ways that few non-mega-corporations could cope with).  There are signs, as perceptively flagged by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, that the perps are back at it. We should care. This two-part […] Read More →

Russia’s Putin calls John Kerry a liar on Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry a liar, claiming he had denied that al-Qaida was fighting with the Syrian opposition in that country’s civil war. Speaking to his human rights council, Putin recalled watching a congressional debate where Kerry was asked about al-Qaida. Putin said he had denied […] Read More →

Profiling or Situational Awareness?

By Russ Vaughn Looking back to those long-ago years, it’s difficult to pinpoint when, as a private, I first heard some Army officer or NCO use the term situational awareness.  Like most young privates, I likely paid little heed to the critical, even mortal, importance of that term. But with more experience in the field […] Read More →