This month marks the 15th anniversary of the US war on Iraq. The “shock and awe” attack was launched based on “stove-piped” intelligence fed from the CIA and Pentagon through an uncritical and compliant US mainstream media. The US media was a willing accomplice to this crime of aggression committed by the George W. Bush Administration.
The new educational documentary Connect, hosted by Kirk Cameron, attempts to balance understanding the dangers of technology, while continuing to benefit from it.
The recently-passed big-spending budget deal’s failure to generate significant opposition from the “tea party” has led some to pen obituaries for this once-powerful movement. These commentators may have a point. However, few of them understand the true causes of the tea party’s demise.
Both the Left and the Right were a bit right and a bit wrong about the Black Panther prior to its release. Both expected the film to trumpet the Social Justice Warriors' revolutionary egalitarian agenda. But it does no such thing. And what it does do makes it worth seeing.
Theo Deutinger's Handbook of Tyranny presents a compilation of infographics exposing the excesses of tyranny.
Now is the time to rethink the way we fund our infrastructure. The best place to start would be to end the federal gas tax and let state and local governments raise and spend their own money for their own projects.