RADAR PARTS for a Soviet-era anti-aircraft missile system was found beneath bags of Cuban sugar on a North Korean ship in the Panama Canal. Questions abound: What’s it for? Who’s… Read more »
RESEARCHERS IN England announced this week the creation of genetically-engineered mice with artificial human chromosomes in every cell of their bodies. The government there has pledged tens of millions of… Read more »
…MEANS THE United States has to keep sending aid to Egypt. As the Egyptian military keeps ousted President Morsi under arrest (but it’s not a coup!), a technocrat — former… Read more »
AS WE honor our fallen soldiers this Memorial Day, we take a look around at the world and wonder: Are we seeing tinder just waiting for a match? Anti-Muslim riots… Read more »
WHILE THE bombing at the Boston Marathon may not have been a false flag event, it certainly had an interesting influence on the political discussion. Sen. Rand Paul, who staged… Read more »
ALGERIAN SPECIAL forces stormed a natural gas plant in the Sahara Desert Sunday, ending a hostage situation that reportedly claimed over 80 lives, including those of the 32 militants who attacked… Read more »
Regardless of who wins the United States presidential election nine days from now, our drone war against suspected terrorists (and anyone within an acceptable radius, from a collateral damage standpoint) will continue without interruption.
AN INTERESTING thing emerged into public view last week during congressional hearings and the vice presidential debate: The State Department and the White House are playing a game of C.Y.A. regarding the deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The question is whether President Obama or Secretary of State Clinton will take the fall.
WE ARE expected to believe that the trailer for an amateurish film offensive to Muslims has resulted in widespread unrest in the Middle East and the deaths of four Americans,… Read more »