Time, Tyrants, and Progress

On the Status of the Bill of Rights in the USA   ⇢   The USA is no longer a land of limited government and the rule of law, if ever

Persia   ⇢   Toward the end of 1951, the Parliament of Iran voted overwhelmingly to nationalize the Anglo Iranian Oil Company. This company was, at the time, the wealthiest holding of the British Empire. Naturally, this made the British a bit angry. This company (now

The New Conservatism   ⇢   If I were to think of what a traditional conservative looked like, I would picture men in suits and ties (even at the beach). I would picture their hats, and their long coats. I would picture women in skirts that didn't show ankle, and I would think of ha

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez   ⇢   Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Congresswoman D NY 14th {Bronx (City Island, Country Club, Morris Park, Parkchester, Pelham Bay, Schuylerville, Throggs Neck), Queens (Astoria, College Point, Corona, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, Woodside)}) was born

Vanishing Privacy   ⇢   Many of us have become aware of the death of human privacy experienced by people around the world starting with the advent of smartphones. Some may argue that this started with wiretapping during the cold war, and others would argue that paper was no bett

War in Syria   ⇢   On the evening of Thursday, the 6th of April, the United States of America committed an act of war against the Syrian Arab Republic. The US Navy fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at al-Shayrat airfield (South East of Homs, and North East of Damascus, not far fro

War in Yemen   ⇢   The biblical land of Sheba is modern Yemen. There's evidence of occupation in the area from 5000 BC onward with civilization flourishing somewhere from 800 BC onward. These people went from polytheism to Judaism, then to Christianity around the 300s AD, a

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