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Australian Journalist Shot in Philippines

June 15, 2017 0

USA Today A journalist covering clashes in the Philippine city of Marawi between government forces and Islamic State-linked groups feels “lucky’” to be alive after he was shot in the neck by a stray bullet. Australian Broadcasting Corporation reporter Adam Harvey […]

Freedom of Speech, Government, and Conspiracy Theorists

June 12, 2017 0

When we think about conspiracy theorists, it’s rare when we think about protecting the Freedom of Speech. Here’s one of those moments. Normally around here, we will try to debunk the thinking of conspiracy theorists because they tend to encourage […]

Making Sense of Comey’s Statement on Trump

June 7, 2017 0

James Comey started talking about his experience with President Trump. Now, let’s take a look at what really mattered in his prepared statement. In the rush to get some words out on what former FBI Director James Comey testified to […]

Why We Need Criminal Justice Reform

June 5, 2017 0

Criminal justice reform is a perennial issue for lawmakers, but there are a few factors that are making this issue one that urgently needs addressing – now. It’s no secret that President Trump is trying to cast himself as a […]

Trump, the Paris Accord, and Global Warming

June 1, 2017 0

Global warming is a political issue, not a scientific one. The sooner people recognize the bias in research today, the better off we will be. Because President Donald Trump decided to exit from the Paris Accord today, the air is […]

Journalist Melts Down Over the Right to Bear Arms

May 5, 2017 0

Apparently it is a bad thing if someone who will be working with our military is pro-gun, and opposed to social engineering within our military. Huffington Post reporter Amanda Terkel is having a complete melt down over Army Secretary nominee […]

Congress Passes Stopgap Measure

April 28, 2017 0

Politico The House overwhelmingly passed a bill to fund the government for one week Friday, putting Congress on path to avert a government shutdown at midnight. The stopgap spending measure, passed 382-30, now heads to the Senate, where it is […]

How Investigators Determine Sources of Chemical Weapons

April 27, 2017 0

The Washington Post This week, the French government released a scathing report on the deadly sarin attack in Syria. The assault bears “the signature” of President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical weapons program, researchers found. It’s confirmation of something the international community long suspected […]

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