Wassup with President-elect Donald Trump’s fixation with the 80s and ramping up military spending? Even if you cast aside the confusing media cycle of Trump tweeting about how the US needs new nukes (as an aside, President Obama proposed spending $1 trillion to upgrade America’s nuclear arsenal), doubling down with a declaration to MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski and […]Read More The Error of Trump’s Weapons-Chasing Ways
As we remember the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, consider an idea which history books will never tell you: the US did not have have to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. This makes the decision to use A-bombs to kill 200,000 people and permanently damage thousands of […]Read More HIROSHIMA WMD ATTACK, 70 YEARS LATER
How would you describe a lot of damn nerve? Let’s say you were cold busted framing one of your neighbors for a robbery. That’s nerve. You then wanted to address your block association to reaffirm your neighbor’s so-called guilt. That’s some damn nerve. Your next trick—even in the face of your neighbor’s innocence—is to tell others […]Read More NETANYAHU = NERVE
There’s a chance that an agreement can be reached between the US and Iran about the latter’s nuclear program, but any successful negotiation will obviously depend on how far-reaching the demands are. And that’s why I’m afraid negotiations will ultimately fail. Cast aside the conspiracy theorist’s argument for a moment about Iran’s place […]Read More ARE THE US-IRAN TALKS GOING TO MAKE IT?
How many adults you know will respond favorably to a request you make that’s been packaged with a threat? How many adults will feel insulted, and likely not listen to anything else you have to say? World leaders aren’t much different from the rest of us humans. Think about what went through the […]Read More IRAN – THE TABLE, THE BULLET, OR BOTH?