This American Civil War

America is at war with itself. The country has never been this polarized in over a century at least but is it really war? Yes. It’s a cold war but it is heating up. What is fortifying the hostilities is that many have embraced hate as a unifying theme. Some groups have utilized hate to […]

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Polls Are Always Wrong

So, remember all the way back to Monday, when Quinnipiac had Trump up by 7 over Cruz in Iowa? So how on earth did Cruz pull out a 4 point win? The specifics probably only matter to polling wonks and campaign strategists. What does matter to all voters across the country are the polling trends leading […]

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13 Hours

This is not a movie review. That’s not what I do. It’s about reactions to seeing it. Many are familiar, with accounts of what happened in Benghazi on September 11, 2013 from those who were there, both inside the compound and on the teams at the ready if called upon to reinforce or rescue those inside. The […]

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Paris Attacks: Bataclan Update

Isobel’s boyfriend is safe. This is his story and his thoughts three days later, unabridged. Originally published around 7PM Paris time November 16, 2015. His words after the first heading are reminiscent of the day after one September day fourteen years ago. Dear World : I’m the boyfriend of Isobel Bowdery , many around the […]

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