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Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions

A report by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) shows that Iran now possesses 2,427 kilograms of enriched uranium. This uranium is currently enriched to the 3 to 3.5% range. This is enough uranium to power two nuclear warheads. Iran has been toying with an IAEA offer to export 1,200 kilograms of enriched uranium to [...]

An Atlas Shrugged Moment for Venezuela

In Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, the productive members of society are crowded out by bureaucrats and politicians until finally the national rail system becomes unsafe to travel upon due to a lack of skilled maintenance personnel. The politicos whine and scream for the system to be fixed, but they don’t have the technical know-how to [...]

Hugo Chavez Reaches Out to Silence Web Critics

Hugo Chavez, the socialist dictator of Venezuela, has reached out to silence some of his critics on a web forum. In the United States and in most of the civilized world, politicians ignore web forums. Chavez is a bit too power hungry for that. A couple of posters to Noticiero Digital spread some obnoxious and [...]

All Charges Dismissed Against Blackwater Employees

In another stunning upset against politically motivated prosecutions at the Justice Department, U.S. District Judge Ricardo Urbina dismissed all charges against five former employees of Blackwater USA. The men were providing close protection services for U.S. diplomats in Iraq when they were ambushed in a busy intersection. Seventeen Iraqi’s were killed in the ensuing gun [...]

The Early Beginning of the Air Force

The air force has been a crucial part of the national defense of America for a very long time. The Aeronautical Division was first created by the U.S. Army Signal Corps on August 1, 1907. The formation of the Aeronautical Division only took place three and a half years after the Wright brothers flew the [...]

Lessons from Greece

Greece, one of the oldest countries on the planet, suffers from one of the oldest problems on the planet: debt. The Greek debt debacle is playing significant havoc on the world’s financial markets. As Carmen M. Reinhart, author of a book on 800 years of world debt crises said on The New York Times Economix [...]

Malaysian Church Attack’s Continue Over “Allah” Feud

It is sad to hear that close to nine church’s have been attacked in Malaysia. The buildings were damaged using what seems to be home-made petroleum bombs, in another case a church was vandalized by painting it black. The latest attack may not have done much of a physical damage – burn marks found on [...]

The Rich Tradition of Inauguration Day in the US

In the United States, whenever a new President is elected, before he formally starts his term and occupies the White House, he has to attend a ceremony called the Inauguration Day. The most important moment in the inauguration ceremony is when the new U.S. President makes an oath or affirmation before he/she “enters on the [...]

Weapon Loaded Plane Seized In Thailand- Headed For Iran

Thirty-five tons of North Korean weapons, including missiles, rocket-propelled grenades and explosives, have been seized from a Russian transporter plane that stopped to refuel in Bangkok. The plane recently impounded in Bangkok was on its way to Iran, according to documents obtained by arms-trafficking experts. Thai authorities have seized more than 35 tons of arms [...]

When Apartheid Began In South Africa

Apartheid was an event that had impacted so many lives of the people in South Africa. It was a policy that became effective in 1948. Many people are interested to know the answer to the question when did Apartheid start. 1. The first answer to the question when did Apartheid start is in the early [...]

Chavez Critics Silenced in Venezuela

Venezuelan President Mr. Hugo Chavez’s refusal to renew the license of Radio Caracas Television, seems to have caused an uproar in Venezuela. The decision to not renew the license of Radio Caracas Television (RCTV) which is completely legal and within the rights of the President, created a lively debate amongst the International Press. The decision [...]