Women In Combat

Posted on January 24, 2013 at 5:26 pm by Tim Haile » No Comments

Why I Am Opposed to Women Serving in Ground Combat Roles  by Steve Brumley {Editor’s Note: Steve Brumley is a retired Army Officer and ground combat veteran. He is certainly qualified to speak to this issue. I commend this article to you.} With Sec. of Defense Leon Panetta’s announcement that the U.S. Military will initiate […]

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Drones Watching Drones

Posted on August 29, 2012 at 12:02 pm by Tim Haile » 2 Comments

Drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) are being used by our government with far greater regularity. Originally used by the military for surveillance and combat purposes, they are now being deployed over US skies by police departments, colleges and various federal agencies for surveillance purposes. It was recently reported that one federal agency uses drones to spy […]

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Obama Unveils New Campaign Strategy: Running as a Conservative

Posted on April 1, 2012 at 12:01 am by Ignatius M. Cirius » No Comments

Facing a difficult re-election campaign, President Obama and his campaign staff have decided to implement a new strategy: run as a conservative. Despite the best efforts of the administration and their allies in the media, the failures of the President’s policies were getting increasingly difficult to hide from the American people. Unemployment continues to be […]

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Iran Versus A Political Opportunist

Posted on February 6, 2012 at 9:16 pm by Tim Haile » 1 Comment

Many conservatives are saying that Iran is undeterred in their nuclear ambitions because they see Obama as “weak.” The argument is that Obama’s military queasiness prevents him from directing a US strike against Iranian nuclear targets. I would suggest that this conclusion is based upon a miscalculation on the part of the conservatives, and on […]

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