A War Sold: Media Spin in the Yugoslav Wars

Media sells war. That’s what it does, and it has been doing it since at least 1898. Almost one hundred years later, the American scribbler estate, along with...
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The Banished Boer

We have all heard tale of the racially-inspired troubles in South Africa. In situations like this, it is always best to allow those living through it to speak...
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Making Sense of Syria

The American political landscape seems to be in a perpetual state of Deja Vu at times. For the second time now U.S. bombs have struck Syria, under the...
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S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 4 Bitcoin, Soros, and Sportsball

Subscribe to the RSS Feed. Can’t see the player? Click here! ​ HI. YES. Welcome to the FOURTH episode of So to Speak with Jared Howe. For this...
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Our Truest Enemy

When you ask a right-winger who our biggest enemy and threat to our civilization is you will get different answers depending on the group. Some will say it...
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The Complex Problem of Entangling Alliances

As tensions continue to rise between the U.S. and North Korea, it would perhaps serve us well to keep in mind that this is what our forefathers warned...
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The Oil of the Sophist

“The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to Foreign nations, is in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connection as possible....
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The People of France Must Choose: Le Pen or the Second French Revolution

Yesterday, the people of France voted for their next President. Unlike our electoral system in the United States, French elections take place in rounds, because there are more...
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