I feel like this is my good news post for the month. In all seriousness, I find myself feeling much more optimistic on two of America’s larger foreign …
As part of my continuing efforts to honor veterans, I recently interviewed Navy SEAL Matt Nasveschuk, who served with SEAL Team 2. Nasveschuk served in…
I can’t help but wonder if China is waking up to some new realities. Frankly, some harsh realities. Poised in their own minds to dominate Asia, if not …
It reads like a fantastical piece of fiction. A tale of hatred versus love. A tale of barbaric extremists “justifying” their attacks through religion, …
As part of my continuing efforts to honor veterans, I recently interviewed Navy Chief Warrant Officer (CWO3) A.M. Adair, an active duty Chief Warrant O…
I promised I would look for any good news that I could find in Afghanistan, and I’ve managed to find a little. Way up in the northern part of the count…
Western media has published little news about Afghanistan since Friday’s newsletter. The assassination in Haiti and the unrest in Cuba have shoved the …
The Taliban has captured a major border crossing in Afghanistan, as they continue to make gains across the country. This border crossing of Islam Qala …
I hadn’t planned to publish a post today, but in a bit of surprising news, Japan has come out and said that the country must assist the United States i…
The situation in Afghanistan turns bleaker every single day, it seems. In a CNN report from earlier today, the lead U.S. Army officer stated that it wa…
As part of my continuing efforts to honor veterans, I recently interviewed Marine Captain Dan Grazier. Captain Grazier, who served as a tanker in Iraq …
As part of my continuing efforts to honor veterans, I recently interviewed Sergeant Major Anthony D. Vega about his 22 years of service in the United S…