What the NY Times is calling new seems like more of the same in Iraq

There was an exciting headline that came across the wire today. It gave hope that the situation in Iraq and Syria could soon change and that the Islamic State might actually meet some resistance in the near future. After reading the article, it provided further proof that the NY Times is becoming more of a sounding board for Washington than a critical beacon for journalistic integrity. Continue reading What the NY Times is calling new seems like more of the same in Iraq

Obama delivers stern warning to Putin to conclude G7 summit

The President of the United States chose not to mince words about the President of Russia. Barack Obama’s closing remarks at the G7 summit in Germany were directed at Vladimir Putin and resonated with one message: stop in Ukraine or else. Continue reading Obama delivers stern warning to Putin to conclude G7 summit

Family vehicles worthy of your attention

We are nearly through half of 2015 as the calendar goes, but as the automotive calendar states we are much closer to the end than the beginning as many new models will show up in the fall to kick of the next model year. This gives you the opportunity to grab some amazing deals at your local dealerships, finding great financing and pricing, but what vehicles should you shop for when you visit? Continue reading Family vehicles worthy of your attention

Shot fired at border patrol helicopter confirmed to have come from Mexico

A barrage of bullet-fire targeted a border patrol chopper and hit the vehicle three times, forcing the crew to initiate an emergency landing. They were trying to intercept a drug load at the time and the shots were fired from the Mexican side of the border according to an anonymous source for Breitbart. Continue reading Shot fired at border patrol helicopter confirmed to have come from Mexico

Australia’s foreign minister says ISIS is recruiting chemical weapon makers

The Islamic State has been flexing its muscles in recent weeks making big gains in Iraq and Syria. As pressure escalates with air strikes, Iraqi’s regrouping military, and Iran-backed militia, they are pushing the boundaries by recruiting foreigners able to make chemical weapons, according to Australia’s foreign minister. Continue reading Australia’s foreign minister says ISIS is recruiting chemical weapon makers