Monthly Archives: June 2016

Quality and Consumerism

People often talk about our “consumer based lives” as if it means anything. Everyone consumes. However not everyone is a “brand whore” or completely tied up into the “mythos” of certain brands. Anyone remember “The Sharper Image” from the 1980s … Continue reading

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Links to Resources on contemporary Russian Operations

Just this month the 2nd Cavalry Regiment completed a road march in tactical vehicles from Vilseck, Germany to Tapa, Estonia. That is the equivalent of driving from Dallas, Texas, to Washington D.C. to give you some perspectives. Europeans were mostly … Continue reading

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Resistance…

One of the dangerous myths of gun control, anti-rights activists is to say that guns are useless because the government has tanks, planes, drones, aircraft carriers, and attack helicopters. It is true that the government owns all of those things. … Continue reading

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The Baltics

Just about done with my business trip, and feel like sharing some things to help make them clearer if you haven’t been paying attention to eastern European security concerns. The Baltic States; Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, are essentially low lying … Continue reading

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Information War

The current “hybrid war” being waged by Russia is of great concern to many people. Russia has almost total control of domestic news consumption, and uses ethnic Russian speaking minorities in other countries to weaponize the news delivered to those … Continue reading

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LA Times regurgitates pro-Russian propaganda

You wanna know what a Communist Fifth Column looks like? Here you go: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-shifrinson-russia-us-nato-deal–20160530-snap-story.html It has an academic, publishing a report in an academic journal, pushing a Pro-Russian lie through the deliberate omission of important historical context picked up without … Continue reading

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