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  • French pound ISIS
    Break the ISIS fight into smaller bites
    Mark Preston, CNN, provides a story today describing the outcome of a poll that says Americans want to fight ISIS but not with our troops on the ground. That is obvious. The question for military planners and experts is how can they achieve...
  • 'Divergent' is a fun, post-apocalyptic adventure
    'Divergent' is a fun, post-apocalyptic adventure
    In a world where individuality is forbidden and peace is maintained by dividing the people into factions based on virtues and rules, a young woman named Tris (Shailene Woodley) must embark on a life-changing journey of transformation when she...
  • Fallen Solider in the Ukraine
    Terrorist groups and war, testing the limits of the worlds faith
    As we see each day on the television, in the newspapers and scattered across the internet, terrorism is running rampant in the streets.This devil dealing group called ISIS has us tested in our faith and our beliefs for a world free of persecution...
  • Anti-war protesters
    Michael Smerconish asked 'Where are the war protesters?'
    CNN’s Michael Smerconish asked where the anti-war protesters are just before he introduced Tom Hayden, a long-time anti-war activist. Since we are pounding ISIS sites in Syria and Iraq in a war against terrorists, it might be fair to raise...
  • Ongoing wars around the world
    Ending wars around us by effectively addressing the war within us - Part 1
    Reading a New York Times Breaking News Alert titled, U.S. and Allies Hit ISIS Targets in Syria, and reflecting on the fact that there are 64 countries and 571 militias-guerrillas and separatist groups involved in armed conflict around the globe ...
  • air strike
    U.S., partner nations launch air strikes against ISIS targets in Syria
    On Monday, the Pentagon announced that air forces of the United States and so-called "partner nations" launched air strikes against ISIS targets in Syria. NBC News said the military planned to strike up to 20 targets in and around Raqqa,...
  • Schools buy grenade launchers, Obama ignores Congress on war
    Top news: Schools buy grenade launchers, Obama ignores Congress on war, more
    Below are key excerpts of important news articles on U.S. schools buying grenade launchers and other military surplus, Obama's expansion of Middle East war without soliciting authority of Congress, warmongering pundits in the pay of...
  • Why You Should Be Worried About Criminal Islamic Propaganda
    Why You Should Be Worried About Criminal Islamic Propaganda
    Waking up this morning, like most reporters who work in the Western hemisphere of our world, one of the first things that I allowed my brain to absorb were the current news headlines from around the world, through radio, television, and print...
  • Love forged in darkness in 'No Place on Earth'
    Love forged in darkness in 'No Place on Earth'
    How can life be found in the heart of impenetrable darkness? How does one hold on to hope in the depths of such complete and utter despair? In this powerful and inspiring documentary "No Place on Earth", Chris Nicola must ponder these...
  • Declare war on the Islamic State
    Declare war on the Islamic State
    Jihadi terrorists of ISIS/ISIL have taken enough territory and control enough resources to declare themselves a state unto themselves. Ever since their decisive defeat at the gates of Vienna and the destruction of corsairs across the oceans, Islam...
  • Will President Obama's pending ISIS war bypass Congressional approval?
    Will President Obama's pending ISIS war bypass Congressional approval?
    President Obama recent declaration of war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) could possibly be a violation of the U.S. Constitution. In addition,if President Obama does not adhere to the guidelines set forth in the War Powers...
  • Is the U.S. using ISIS as a front to sell cheap oil to hurt the Russian economy?
    Is the U.S. using ISIS as a front to sell cheap oil to hurt the Russian economy?
    Ever since the CIA and MI6 trained militants known as ISIS splintered off from thecacophony of groups tied to the Al Qaeda led insurgency fighting in Syria, the Obama administration has downplayed their importance in the War on Terror until...
  • "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"
    "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"
    In "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", Bilbo Baggins began his quest with Gandalf and a company of 13 dwarves, led by Thorin Oakenshield, to reclaim the kingdom of Erebor. Although he was regarded as an unlikely hero by his comrades,...
  • Giving the Islamic State fair warning, Obama tips his hand to Jihadis
    Giving the Islamic State fair warning, Obama tips his hand to Jihadis
    In the past three weeks, Jihadi murderers have treated the world to the depravity of their religion by posting videos of themselves taking the heads of captives. They did so in response to Obama dropping a few bombs on them, apparently in the...
  • Secretary of State John Kerry
    Kerry should not be on point
    With two years to go in the administration, America cannot afford to have a shaky Secretary of State such as John Kerry. The minute that Kerry tried to nuance the use of "war" in describing the necessity to eliminate the Islamic State...