The Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region in Western China accounts for one-sixth of China’s land with over twenty million people from thirteen major ethnic groups living in the region. The Uyghurs, … Continue Reading The Uighur Conflict in China
Introduction The Kurdish conflict has been one defined by violent insurgencies and a long stalemate with the Turkish government. Since 1984, the PKK, otherwise known as the Kurdish Workers Party, … Continue Reading A Case for Kurdish Independence
In one of his several landmark decisions that gave shape to American jurisprudence, Chief Justice John Marshall famously wrote in McCulloch v. Maryland, “This government is … Continue Reading Gross Overreach: A Brief Look Into Federal Power and Civil Liberty
As one Marine intelligence analyst said in a leaked report, “The U.S. military is no longer able to defeat a bloody insurgency in Western Iraq or counter al-Qaeda’s rising popularity…”1 … Continue Reading Operation Iraqi Freedom: Iraq and the Battle of Fallujah
The Chappelle Show first aired over a decade ago on Comedy Central and successfully ran for two seasons with comedy genius Dave Chappelle at the helm. It quickly … Continue Reading The Ingenious Comedy of Dave Chappelle
On September 11, 2001, thirty-seven passengers boarded United Airlines Flight 93 in Newark International Airport bound for San Francisco. However, four of those passengers were hijackers: Ziad Samir Jarrah, Saeed … Continue Reading United 93: Heroes In The Sky
On August 8, 2017, Trump bolded stated with the world watching, “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”1 The North Korean regime fired … Continue Reading Trump’s Preemptive Strike Option: What If?
August 6, 2017 In recent years, the cold waters in the South China Sea have become the hottest spot for a potential political or military clash. With President Trump … Continue Reading Dragon In the South China Sea: Analysis of PLAN Expansion and Capabilities
(Credit- AP/Bill Barrow/Getty/Shutterstock/Salon) Democrats have yet to get their first big win in the Trump era. A few nights ago they lost the special elections in both South Carolina … Continue Reading Should Democrats Be Worried?
On May 9, 2017, President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, suddenly terminating the top official leading the investigation into Trumps ties with Russia. The development came as a … Continue Reading The Firing Of FBI Director Comey Draws Bi-Partisan Criticism
On May 5, 2017, House Republicans voted to gut the Affordable Care Act 217-213 with 193 Democrats and 20 Republicans voting against the bill. The vote will go down in … Continue Reading The Day Republicans Took Your Healthcare Away