Khmelnytskyi — Did Russia Vaporize Depleted Uranium Shells?

Russia’s aerial attack on the Ukrainian city of Khmelnytskyi is catching quite a bit of attention because of reports of a spike in Gamma rays following multiple, massive explosions. Educated speculation believes that the increase in Gamma radiation may be a consequence of Russian bombs blasting British supplied depleted uranium rounds into dust. The photo


Emotions and Climate Change

Paul Schwennesen One of the prime advantages of a graduate education is the opportunity it presents to witness firsthand the exquisitely facile handwringing that undergirds modern discourse. To attend a campus seminar today is to peer into the sensibilities of our age, a glimpse which reveals much of the impetus behind today’s culture wars. It


CFR Leadership Changing Hands — Not Policy  

The Council on Foreign Relations is truly the power behind the throne of American politics, and has been for over a century. Richard Haass, the head of the CFR, is stepping down in June — but fear not, his replacement, Michael Froman, will continue the CFR’s influence over Washington, leading the United States into the


Time for Republicans to Confront January 6 Lead Prosecutor

During the 2020 presidential election cycle, Matthew M. Graves donated $2,000 to the Biden-Harris campaign. The modest contribution was a no-brainer for Graves. Not only was he a domestic policy advisor for the campaign, he worked at the time for the same white-shoe law firm as Douglas Emhoff, Kamala Harris’ husband. Graves’ kowtowing paid off. In November


WAR ZONE: 10 Shot, 4 Dead in Democrat-Controlled Memphis

DEVELOPING STORY: At least 10 people were shot and four people were killed during a violent weekend in Democrat-controlled Memphis. Among the dead and wounded are several children. One of the most high-profile shootings took place outside a restaurant in the popular Harbor Town Square, a well-to-do community located along the banks of the Mississippi