Libyan Civil War Puts NATO In the Crosshairs

The effectiveness of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is once again being called into question as two NATO members—France and Turkey—inch closer and closer to a confrontation in Libya. The latest bout of drama started on June 10 when a French frigate serving on NATO’s operation Sea Guardian was allegedly targeted by the weapons radar... Continue Reading →

Latest Polling Data Finds Trump On The Ropes

The wagons are beginning to circle within the Trump campaign after a fresh round of polling data showed former Vice President Joe Biden with a commanding lead over the incumbent, President Donald J. Trump, in several battleground states ahead of November’s presidential election. Coming off a succession of national crises that includes the COVID-19 public... Continue Reading →

Bloomberg Hedges His Bets on Super Tuesday

With the late introduction of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the Democratic primary, the race for the presidency has entered uncharted territory. With a net worth in the ballpark of $60 billion, Bloomberg can easily outspend any other candidate which he has proceeded to do so on an enormous scale. And the... Continue Reading →

Flirtations with the Far Right in Germany

With long-serving German Chancellor Angela Merkel set to step down next year, Germany finds itself at a crossroads entertaining the prospect of a far right resurgence, further weakening an already reeling European Union On February 10, 2020, German Minister of Defense Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer announced her intent to give up her post as president of the... Continue Reading →

Conservative Media Roundup: How Republicans View Impeachment

Like everyone else inside the Beltway, the conservative ecosystem has found itself engrossed in the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. But, unlike its left-leaning counterpart, the hodgepodge of conservative radio hosts, magazine writers, and media personalities has been fractured offering a diversity of opinions and arguments about how the conservative movement... Continue Reading →

UK Election Round-Up

Jeremy Corbyn (left), Labour Party and opposition leader, will attempt to earn a majority in the UK House of Commons and unseat Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson (right) as Prime Minister on December 12 Labour Party: The Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, has based their platform in increased spending on housing and climate change... Continue Reading →

Conservative Media Roundup: Impeachment

How conservatives view the impeachment inquiry Jaxon Williams-Bellamy Like everyone else inside the Beltway, the conservative ecosystem has found itself engrossed in the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. But, unlike its left-leaning counterpart, the hodgepodge of conservative radio hosts, magazine writers, and media personalities has been fractured offering a diversity of... Continue Reading →

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