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The Problem with Confessions

Three of the Pendleton 8 are on their way to a court-martial charged with murder. Some say the men's "confessions" are the key to the case. They're wrong, and here's why. Read More »

An Unpopular View of Haditha

Supporting the Marines at Haditha is not a popular thing these days, but I'm doing it. Here's why. Read More »

Zawahiri Dead? We’ll See

Several media outlets are reporting that Ayman al-Zawahiri may be dead. Read More »

The Military Advantage

The definitive, must-read guide for anyone who's ever been in the U.S. military AND their families. Read More »

Law & Order: SVU, The Second Year

Dick Wolf’s award-winning Law & Order franchise hit a huge home run with the SVU spinoff, and fans everywhere can finally get the second year on DVD. The idea of following one case from crime to courtroom was perfected in the Law & Order series. Law & Order, the original series, is still one of the best dramas on television. ... Read More »

Murder and Art: The deviantART Connection, Part 2

I've decided to write a followup article to Part 1 because apparently many of my points were missed by commenters. Read More »

Predixis MusicMagic Mixer

Predixis is an extremely smart program, and the substance of this review comes down to: Get it now. Read More »

Murder and Art: The deviantART Connection

The man who might have killed Taylor Behl was a member of It's not the first time. Read More »

Book Review: Ultimate Guide to Electronic Marketing for Small Business

I was excited about reading this book. I was looking for some low-cost or at least cost-effective ways of boosting traffic, making money, and just having a “website that kicks”. This book ended up giving me a huge amount of useful information, but at the same time it left a bit of a sour taste. First the bad: The entire ... Read More »

The Price of Freedom

When I was first stationed in Germany in early 1994, I met a guy who I’ll call Matt. He was an Air Force SP (security police), which in many ways is the Air Force’s idea of infantry. Matt had just returned from Somalia. He was beautiful, in my opinion, and I was immediately smitten. The guys in my unit told ... Read More »