Latest Iranian Nuclear Attack Simulation Features Reference to a New Holocaust

The hatred of Israel by many in Iran and its government may be stronger than any negotiating power the United Nations puts onto the country to dissuade them from building nuclear weapons. This hatred is represented in stark virtual clarity in the latest video simulating a counter-attack by Iran following a hypothetical preemptive strike by Israel and the United States.

Don’t Trust Iran

It’s a simple answer to an extremely complex situation. The world in general wants Iran to come to the table and truly negotiate to rejoin the world and cease their pursuit of nuclear weapons. Unfortunately, it is extremely unlikely that this can really happen. While President Hassan Rouhani is making positive overtures towards the west, even accepting a call from …

Grand Theft Auto V Torture Gameplay is an Idiotic Attempt at Social Commentary

It’s taboo to discuss the use of torture in a positive light. The movie Zero Dark Thirty learned that at the Academy Awards after getting thoroughly snubbed across the board over the horrific (but unfortunately truthful) concept that torture played a major role in helping the US government find Osama bin Laden. The opposite side of the coin does not …

FCC Chairman Blesses Ortiz Speech F-Bomb as “from the heart”

We have been critical of the FCC from time to time, but for once we have to commend them. There are times when politics and the rulebook must be put aside to allow the emotional healing to proceed across the nation. David Ortiz‘s televised F-bomb during a short speech prior to their first game following the Boston Marathon bombing was …

North Korea is Apparently Targeting Colorado Springs, TX

It’s not prudent to take the threats of the North Koreans lightly as we mentioned in a previous post, but it’s hard to take them seriously when their computer generated graphics of their attack plan pinpoints Colorado Springs, the home of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), to be somewhere around the Texas/Louisiana border. The graphic matches the map …

NBC’s Deceptive Editing is a Scar on Journalists

It has been widely covered already so there’s no need to rehash it too much other than to say this: what NBC has done and continues to do is bad for journalism and bad for the American people who rely on news channels to grasp what’s happening in our world. This is nothing short of a political agenda being pushed …

Naperville Smart Meters: 1984 is Finally Here

It came three decades later than George Orwell fictitiously predicted, but the beginning of a controlled and monitored society is seeing more roots being planted in Naperville, IL. The citizens are being forced to accept wireless smart meters installed on their homes despite a wide outcry by the residents. Those who refused to allow the installers on their property during …

Obama Wanted to Reduce Interest Paid on Federal Debt

The challenges facing Barack Obama were apparent before he took office. A month into his term, he acknowledged that the problems needed to be addressed immediately and stated that he wanted to halt the growth of the national debt, including reductions of the $250 billion in interest that were paid towards it the year before. Since then, the numbers have …

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Mitt Romney is not a Conservative

American politicians are supposed to be guided by the will of the people through an electorate that decides who will best represent their goals and fill the needs required of office. It can be said that going with what the people want is an asset and should be considered a strength. There are times, however, when personal passion and unwavering …

Uninspiring: Mitt Romney’s Only Weapon is Money

What was the biggest difference between Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush? Why did Bill Clinton pulverize Bob Dole despite having personal moral challenges in his way after his first term? How did a relative newcomer to the political stage beat a the solid track record of John McCain? The answer to all three questions is the same. One inspired …