Most Recent Op-Eds
Quiet Professionals and Quiet Discipline: The Death of Wahedullah Khan and the Disciplining of the U.S. Army Special Forces
Many U.S. special operators accused of severe crimes often avoid punishment or are otherwise protected by command for their activities. This kind of activity damages the reputation of the forces...
Apr 23, 2022
Hearts and Minds: China’s PSYOP Capabilities and The Need for A Navy Counterpart
The US Navy, to better combat China, must take steps to further develop their own psychological operations divisions and protect Taiwan.
Apr 6, 2022
Rocky’s Pace: An Exposé on Delaware County
Massive bombshells/videotape evidence uncovered from the lawsuit that courageous Patriots Leah Hoopes, Gregory Stenstrom & Ruth Moton filed to get to the bottom of what happened in the 2020 election.
Mar 27, 2022
Nuclear Power Considerations (a continuation)
Nuclear energy has become a stigmatized word in American culture. But is it really as bad as people say, or does it deserve a spot in the limelight next to its renewable energy compatriots?
Mar 17, 2022
The Long War: The Failures of the U.S. Invasion and Occupation of Iraq
The Iraq War is of the important developments in Middle Eastern history & history of the U.S. Armed Forces. It's marked by failures, beneficial in preparing for future military engagements & conflicts
Mar 15, 2022