The question of what happens after the attacks have been carried out may end up being a more significant issue than the one they are battling with now – to bomb or not to bomb.
America must immediately invade Sweden.
It is most unfortunate that Obama has pushed himself into a corner with his talk of a 'red line.' Getting himself out of this situation will come with heavy consequences: He will be publicly portrayed as a toothless tiger.
Even if U.S. President Barack Obama has not yet decided about a military intervention in Syria, Secretary of Defense Hagel is preparing scenarios for an intervention: targeted military attacks, no-fly zones or arming the rebels. All options contain risks. One possibility remains — and that ultimately depends on [Read more]
It is within Iraq’s right that the U.S. increase security and intelligence support to complete the mission that U.S. forces left unfinished after leaving us and leaving behind them a terrorist base that has become ever more active, abetted by the country’s internal political disturbance.
Under the current situation, this is to some extent a revolution in the American consciousness.
Anyone who still reacts with a nonchalant shrug of the shoulders has already lost the battle against total surveillance.
Lately, the American sci-fi blockbuster "Pacific Rim" has been heating up the box office. The movie is hardly groundbreaking; it retains the same hackneyed plot of the American warrior saving the world in the face of disaster, is produced with the same computer-generated imagery and 3-D technology, and incorporates the [Read more]