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Several Reports Cite Chinese Hacking of U.S. Weapons Systems


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reported 198 attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure in fiscal year 2012. Read More »

Presidential Concern over Guantanamo Bay; Drone Strikes


President Obama addressed two important concerns: a new era in the war on terror, and an ending of a foul complication of that war, the ongoing detention of terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read More »

Remembering Not to Forget 9/11

9/11 is a day that is so significant, so life altering even for those who were not even born at the time, and it is necessary and compelling to recognize the day in meaningful ways. Read More »

Book Review: The 34th Degree by Thomas Greanias

By transferring information from dead Nazis brain into Sam Deker, he is able to go back in time to find a secret document Read More »

Female Activist, Not Pentagon, May be Behind Assange Prosecution

New evidence from Sweden suggests a female activist prosecutor is behind Assange's rape charges. Read More »

150 Million in Military Aid for Yemen, Still No Funding for School Feeding

More action to end hunger and poverty is in our long-term security interests. Read More »