The real question is...why don't the numbers add to 100%? Turkey's response to the recent coup attempt has been particularly brutal. Over 200 are dead and 45,000 in jail, and many will likely be executed and buried in traitor cemeteries. A YouGov poll indicated that a surprising number of people would see themselves supporting a … Continue reading Will November bring us a coup?
by baldilocks Many of my long-term and closest friends are fellow USAF veterans who were stationed with me in West Berlin. I can neither confirm nor deny what we did for a living while there, but we had to sign paperwork saying that we would not reveal the substance of what we did. The contract … Continue reading History Flips
by Linda Szugyi Last week, I mentioned how tough it is to opine on something that impacts me in a personal way. In that post, the topic was the war in Afghanistan. This week, it is the budget war on the Hill. Sheesh. How do I objectively assess the Ryan-Murray budget deal, when it stands to cost thousands … Continue reading Ryan-Murray Budget Deal: Reaching Compromise on the Backs of Military Retirees
This week has been a difficult one for religious freedom and liberty. Freedoms have taken a beating from all sides of the country. The week against liberty started off with MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Parry saying that our kids "belonged" to the community. (A funny reply on Facebook had a picture of Sarah Palin with the … Continue reading Assault On Freedoms: A Week In Review