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Chris Kyle and ‘American Sniper’ – The Book, the Movie, and the Philosophy of War


The impression Chris Kyle gives in his book, of being a gun-obsessed, resilient, judgmental war professional, is quite different from his filmic counterpart. Read More »

Why is the Beach Covered with Dead Birds?

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When will our long night of global corporate greed and killing finally fade away into the light? Read More »

Vietnam Asks Korea to Cancel Vietnam War Celebrations

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If South Korea chooses to go through with a 50th anniversary commemorative event, the repercussions could be serious – both economically and politically – because of bad blood between Korea and Vietnam over the Vietnam War. Read More »

‘Cocktails and Camouflage’ Comedy Show Raises Money to Employ Veterans in Film and Television


Comedy and screen stars unite to raise funds for veterans seeking entertainment careers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Brothers Forever’ by Tom Sileo and Colonel Tom Manion

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A Marine and a Sailor formed an enduring bond before giving their lives for what they truly believed in. Read More »

Obama Courageous, McCain Political, on Bergdahl Exchange


John McCain is true to form in his accusations of Presidential illegality regarding the Bergdahl release. Read More »

World War W – The Horrific Worldwide War on Women Continues

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Make no mistake, this war is as dangerous and difficult to fight as any previous conflict, and the enemy is as nefarious as any dictator or opponent that we have ever faced. Read More »

Crimea a River – The West’s Reaction to Russia is Wrong

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Crimea is known as an "Autonomous Republic," which should mean it has a right to self determination. Read More »

Numbers Behind Popular Near Me

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There are probably tens of factors used to determine geographic relevancy of an app that are crunched behind the scenes. Read More »

PTSD Blues: The Angola Conflict


Ever since watching a CBC special on post-traumatic stress disorder, my mind has been filled with thoughts of family members who have lived through wars. Read More »