Iran and North Korea: Brothers in Nuclear Arms

Editor’s note: On Aug. 14, nearly two months after the original publication of this article, reports surfaced that North Korea received Soviet-era technology from a facility in Ukraine that expedited the construction of its intercontinental ballistic missiles. As we...

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If North Korea Has Miniature Nukes, So Does Iran

by George Rasley August 16, 2017 The fruits of the failures of the past three American presidents to break-up the axis of anti-American missile and nuclear weapons proliferation have finally come home to roost in the announcement that North Korea has miniaturized a...

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We Must Condemn All Racism to End It

by Rod D. Martin August 15, 2017 Racism is evil. It is absolutely antithetical to the Gospel and to a free and just society, no matter who practices it. Which is why I'm terribly proud of my President tonight. He's virtually the only leader we have with the guts to...

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Shale Oil: Another Layer of US Power

by George Friedman August 14, 2017   Summary There’s scarcely a reason to point out how geopolitically important energy is. Energy, particularly oil, is a source of geopolitical power. Every country needs it, but only some countries have the resources to procure...

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Cortez and the Aztecs

by Rod D. Martin August 13, 2017 While I'm thinking about it, today is the 496th anniversary of Hernan Cortez's liberation of Mexico from the Aztecs. Yes, I know you're all going to question the term "liberation". But you shouldn't. You've been told that Cortez and...

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Thoughts on Charlottesville

by Rod D. Martin August 13, 2017 I have some friends who love Dr. Michael Hill, the founder of the League of the South, one of the organizers of yesterday's "rally". Hill is a former history professor, and sucked a lot of otherwise sensible people into his...

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