American politics, and culture in general, present numerous “vanity traps” to us today. Is there a deeper sense of self that we have lost, due to our absorption in the instant gratification of technology and culture?
I’m not an “anti-vaxer”. I support vaccinations administered to children, with the aim of preventing disease, and in accordance with dosage sizes and schedules recommended by the Centers for Disease Control. With that disclaimer out of the way, lately I’ve…
Questions have been raised about a recent British sniper story reported in the Daily Star. Is the story true, or is it merely an item of propaganda?
Is it fair to compare massive structures in places like Dubai to the pyramids of Egypt? Absolutely… but comparisons about slave labor don’t work as well.
Shootings continue to affect us in America, spurring debate over terror groups, encrypted technologies, and gun laws. Are there really any solutions?
Individual search for truth presents one with the “Feynman’s Fool,” a concept manifested by “the fool within,” and “the fool without”.
The American Red Cross is launching a relief effort in response to an earthquake in Nepal that has destroyed the lives of many in the region.
The latest terror threat in the Middle East may only be blossoming, but its influence is gaining traction with unsettling speed.
New developments in the ongoing debate over a potential U.S. strike against Syria’s Assad regime point to the likelihood of a proxy war between the U.S. and Syrian allies, potentially involving both Russia and China, who each have expressed support…
The United States claims to have inside “proof” of the Assad regime’s involvement in a recent chemical attack in Syria. However, UN investigators are telling a different story.