- Linear Dunes, Namib Sand Sea
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) used a long lens to document what crews have termed one of the most spectacular features of the planet: the dunes of the Namib Sand Sea.
Category Archives: Politics
Interesting opinions from someone with boots on the ground. Do you see any similarities to North America? Goodbye Sweden | THE SWEDEN REPORT.
How many mistakes can a campaign make and still have the candidate considered as a front runner 2016 elections? I would enjoy the comedy of it all if it weren’t for the fact that she is still being considered as … Continue reading
Excellent piece by Varad Mehta over at The Federalist. Don’t Let The Wookiee Kill An Open Society. Prepare to spend more than a couple of minutes on this one, and put on your critical thinking hats. He makes some great … Continue reading
There seems to be a lot going on in the world recently. We could spend hours talking about the Bergdahl swap, or Hillary’s comments regarding domestic terrorists, or Obama’s non-comments about anything meaningful. What does Cantor’s loss in the Virginia … Continue reading
It has been 34 years since the fall of the US Embassy in Tehran. While that is an event that many of us have placed in the dustbins of history, we received a reminder of the event as “tens of … Continue reading
Here is an approach for you. WRITTEN BY A 21 YEAR OLD FEMALE. PUT ME IN CHARGE . . . Put me in charge of food stamps. I’d get rid of Lone Star cards; no cash for Ding Dongs or … Continue reading
The events of 9/11/01 weigh on everyone’s mind today, as well they should. As time passes those memories will fade but, with the technology of the 21rst century and the 24 hour news cycle we will always be reminded of … Continue reading
A reminder piece out of Fred Thompson’s new organization.
Been a busy few weeks here but I thought I would weigh in on a political topic for a moment. Last week Margaret Thatcher passed away. A historical figure with a strength and courage the likes of which Britain had not seen … Continue reading