Category Archives: Jornalism

From Marshall to Milley

On September 1, 1939, Brigadier George C. Marshall took the oath of office as the 15th U.S. Army chief of staff, a post he held until November 1945. When the ceremony ended, General Marshall confided to his aide de camp,

Why Do the Media Cover for the MIC?

Before Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, confirmed on Friday that an Aug. 29 drone strike previously claimed to have taken out an ISIS-K target in fact killed a family of ten, including seven children, the military-industrial-media

Why Do the Media Cover for the MIC?

Before Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, confirmed on Friday that an Aug. 29 drone strike previously claimed to have taken out an ISIS-K target in fact killed a family of ten, including seven children, the military-industrial-media

Why Do the Media Cover for the MIC?

Before Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of U.S. Central Command, confirmed on Friday that an Aug. 29 drone strike previously claimed to have taken out an ISIS-K target in fact killed a family of ten, including seven children, the military-industrial-media

The Republic’s Glue Loses Its Stickiness

National identity has been a constant object of American public debate ever since Donald Trump rallied his first crowd to “make America great again” in 2015. As waves of demonstrations, riots, and purges have washed over the body politic, generalized

The Republic’s Glue Loses Its Stickiness

National identity has been a constant object of American public debate ever since Donald Trump rallied his first crowd to “make America great again” in 2015. As waves of demonstrations, riots, and purges have washed over the body politic, generalized

The O’Brien Factor

Days after January 6, 2021, Robert C. O’Brien invited me to the White House. Then-President Donald Trump’s fourth national security advisor, O’Brien was the least famous of the men who occupied the seat of Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft during

The O’Brien Factor

Days after January 6, 2021, Robert C. O’Brien invited me to the White House. Then-President Donald Trump’s fourth national security advisor, O’Brien was the least famous of the men who occupied the seat of Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft during

Economics Has Hijacked Our Immigration Debate

Thanks to both red and blue pro-amnesty forces, immigration policy debates have been reduced to charts, numbers, and dollar signs, a truth that has become painfully evident in Democrat’s push to pass a massive amnesty through budget reconciliation. The budget

Economics Has Hijacked Our Immigration Debate

Thanks to both red and blue pro-amnesty forces, immigration policy debates have been reduced to charts, numbers, and dollar signs, a truth that has become painfully evident in Democrat’s push to pass a massive amnesty through budget reconciliation. The budget