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  • Hope and healing in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"
    Hope and healing in "X-Men: Days of Future Past"
    Time is supposed to heal all wounds; to sooth the pain of the past with the gentle promise of the future. But what if the past could be rewritten? What if the footprints of souls surrendered to darkness and despair could be guided back to the...
  • Donald Trump (L) and Megyn Kelly
    Donald Trump and Fox News go to war with one another
    Forget about the war in Afghanistan or the war against ISIS. The bloodiest war of modern times is being fought on social media and in the actual media. In one corner is Fox News, the premier cable news network in the United States, reviled by...
  • President Barack Obama
    Obama now argues that Iranian nuclear weapons deal makes war easier
    The main argument that the Obama administration is using to justify the Iranian nuclear agreement is that it is the only alternative to war. The argument has been hotly disputed by opponents of the deal, who point out other alternatives, such as...
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    Russia: Obama and DOD differ on dealing with strategic threat
    Russia is a national security threat to the United States but a new report reveals the Obama White House and the Department of Defense differ on how the U.S. should respond to it.The Daily Beast reported on August 6 that the U.S. Department of...
  • Tank
    Unraveling the chaos
    Is there a part of your life that seems tangled? Where does your life feel blocked? If you’re blocked in some way then you are living in misalignment. Are your words and actions contradicting each other? Do you blame the world for your...
  • A Gabion in the Hand
    A Gabion In The Hand
    The picture above is of a gabion, basically sticks woven together to form a rough barrel. These structures were originally used during the Middle Ages as a sort of mobile fortification. They were light weight and easily transported often various...
  • Hope and healing in 'Max'
    Hope and healing in 'Max'
    They say that when a person experiences an excruciating trauma, they must invariably face a journey in the aftermath of such a tragedy; a journey that will shatter their lives, challenge their emotions, and in time, allow them to heal and to live...
  • Obama pitches Iran deal
    Nuclear fallout from Congressional behavior on Iran deal
    For over two presidential terms in office, the world has observed America in great dysfunction. The United States of America went nearly broke as it pursued foreign policy and economic policies that it could not afford. The Republican...
  • Soldiers in Iraq
    The modern war novel
    War is the backbone of history. It has been a part of history since man has been a part of history. The story of war has been rewritten again and again by the men who have been haunted by it; with each war there is a new set wounded soldiers...
  • Davey Crockett
    A Davy Crockett That You Would Not Beleive
    Have you ever wanted your own person Atomic Weapon? Why bother with missiles and bombs when this little beauty will allow you (with help from a couple of friends) lay the smack down on your neighbors, stray cats, or that pesky town down the road...
  • Peace not war
    Iran deal: Historic achievement or disaster?
    A peaceful agreement is reached as an alternative for war action against Iran.The tone by the President in announcing the nuclear deal with Iran this morning was terse and surely didn’t bear the marks of a capitulator. If Iran complies with...
  • Contemplating the inevitable bombing of Iran
    Iranian meltdown
    What is the benefit from negotiating with Iran?On the eve of realizing that an agreement with Iran to halt its nuclear development isn’t likely to be forthcoming, what have we learned? The entire world has witnessed that Iran is...
  • 'Apocalypse Now'
    'Heart of Darkness' vs. 'Apocalypse Now'
    Imperialism has been an issue since the dawn of human existence. Dominance of one over another is human nature. Although colonialism may be dead, seizing authority from one, whether it be a state or an individual, will always be a concern in...
  • 'Water by the Spoonful'
    Spoonful by spoonful: A play of family, addiction, and war
    Quiara Alegría Hudes’s play, ‘Water by the Spoonful,’ portrays the concept that tragedy never leaves one, and often acts as the shaping force behind one’s life. This Pulitzer Prize winning work is the second play in a...
  • The fire continues to burn in 'Mockingjay Part 2'
    The fire continues to burn in 'Mockingjay Part 2'
    In “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1”, the third installment of the epic “Hunger Games” saga, Katniss Everdeen rose from the ashes to embrace her role as the Mockingjay and unite the people of Panem in their quest to...
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