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Lessons to be Learned from JFK v. Nixon

On this day in 1960, US Navy combat veteran John F. Kennedy becomes the youngest man and first Catholic ever to be elected president of…

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Posted in Foreign Policy History

MacArthur Ousted for Resisting Civilian Control of the Military

MacArthur in fact told two interviewers in 1954 “I could have won the war in Korea in a maximum of 10 days . . . I would have dropped between 30 and 50 atomic bombs on his air bases and other depots strung across the neck of Manchuria.” The General continued, “It was my plan as our amphibious forces moved south to spread behind us—from the Sea of Japan to the Yellow Sea—a belt of radioactive cobalt.

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Posted in Headlines Satire / Humor

North Korea Threatens To Kill Self If World Doesn't Stop Laughing At It

In an unprecedented move, the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, has announced that if the world does not stop laughing at them every time…

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Posted in Foreign Affairs Headlines Politics Speeches

North Korea Is No Goliath

  North Korea and China’s End-game The recent alarmist rhetoric coming out of North Korea resulting in reactionary stories and hyper sensationalized headlines from both…

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John McCain Is A Grumpy Old Man

Ever since John McCain got mugged by George Bush in the 2000 Republican primary, he hasn’t been the same man. What the Viet Cong weren’t…

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Left Overs

That time of the month again, boys and girls, when we delve into some short subjects that were important enough to mention, but not important…

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