“Criticism is a bitter medicine. But the diseases that are plagueing our world make it necessary, to avoid decay. An honest and open talk should always be welcomed. Self-criticism and critical review of our past experiences, our performances, our way of life, is a sign of strength, not a weakness, for the betterment of our lives and future generations” said Mikhail Gorbachev the last President of USSR, who ended cold-war and pushed the WWIII further into future. So, keeping our congenial ideological antagonism and thoughts aside, the way he paved for the closed societies towards “openness”... Read More
The Joint-Military exercises conducted by the Nations often in the sea, land or air in the guise of battle training maneauvers or as part of enhancing their war-alert capabilities, is now understood, in fact not meant for that purposes but for the purpose of disposing off the shot gun ammunition, old artillery, mortar cartridges, shells, bombs, small missiles and some other unserviceable small arms and also to keep some of their armoury, defense vehicles, aircraft and battle ships in running condition, to avoid getting rust if kept unused for long time. But the primary intention is the former... Read More
Look at this beautiful picture. Scan it hard. What do you see? The Space Shuttle Discovery being piggybacked to its final resting place inside the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. You’re also flanked by the Capital Building, a symbol of American pride and strength showing the world that America is a land to be admired and revered. But, as I look, I see images of a country that isn’t looking to the future as a land of innovation, discovery, ingenuity, and aggressive growth. Instead, it’s pointing backwards, diving towards governmental control and socialistic programs. My point: We must... Read More
However science cannot (as yet), control the dramatic events of opposing weather extremes and can only bare witness to the devastation that these events produce
However, in the rough and tumble world of politics diametrically opposed ideologies can effortlessly merge into one, as outlined in a recent speech by President Obama. In which he draws a comparison between himself and President Reagan. In a 30 second snippet President Reagan is seen outlining his vision for tax reform. In which he references the discrepancies within the overall tax system, and draws an analogy between a working... Read More
As we head into General Election campaign mode with Mitt Romney driving toward becoming the Republican nominee, something which is unsurprisingly hitting the headlines fast and furious is discussions over his religious beliefs. Here’s my question: Should they really matter?
Mitt Romney is a Mormon. And in our land of religious freedom, he’s certainly entitled to his beliefs. I am a Christian, and what Mr. Romney believes is somewhat different than me. Truthfully, I don’t fully understand the teachings of the Mormon Church. But, that’s okay, because come November I won’t be casting my... Read More
The belated allegations of Coup attempts by Indian Army in the second week of January this year to overthrow the democratically elected government of Dr.Manmohan Singh, as reported in a section of mainstream media, eventhough was able to create flutters among the nation, it is absolutely baseless and misunderstood news aired to create some senstation. The Indian Army’s unusual Ground Battle Maunevours and mission rehearsal exercises to create a realistic exigency enviornment for two Indian Army troop Brigades, to sustain and improve their advanced tactical engagement skills in case of emergencies... Read More
An unpresented majority of Americans after one year of this bills passing, still believe that ObamaCare, if implemented, will cost jobs, hurt the economy, and cost more than projected.
However, aside from this being a flawed piece of legislation, to many Americans (myself included), ObamaCare is simply unconstitutional. The issue currently in the hands of the Supreme Court, is whether the federal government under the Commerce Clause can mandate and or force either the states or individual citizens into purchasing a product and or a service; they may or may not want.
At stake is... Read More
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I believe that someday all military operations will be reduced and we will be able to make agreements using international negotiations. War never changes things to better, never!