Watching movies and seeing the awesome high profile vehicles that are used by either the hero or the villain don’t give us a good view of what reality and perception are. We know high profile and high powered sports cars are more the target of attention from law enforcement where no one expects the driver of a family sedan or wagon to be on a stealth mission or able to drive at high rates of speed. Here are six vehicles that will fly under the radar and be less likely to draw attention for drivers who typically speed. Continue reading Staying Under the Radar: Vehicles that make Great Stealth Rides
How was the Islamic State able to take two important cities in Iraq and Syria within a few days of each other? How have the been able to survive despite a continuous barrage of air strikes from the United States and others? Why has the Iraqi military, equipped with United States military technology and training, been unable to hold territory or take it all back systematically? The answers to all of these questions may be that we’re simply underestimating their sophistication. Continue reading Islamic State is getting more sophisticated
There’s a certain irony in the Lowline, a project in Manhattan that will attempt to transform an abandoned train station into the world’s first underground park. Technically speaking, city ordinances prevent it from being called a “park” because it is not “open to the sky,” a criteria that the city uses to define a park. Continue reading New York City underground park may be a template for the future
Supporters for President Barack Obama have stayed true to his vision for over six years now, but the perception from the general population has been mixed. This is normal for any president, especially a two-term president, but what makes this particular “collapse” of a legacy important is that it’s a democratic president and the naysayers seem to be journalists. Continue reading Is Obama’s legacy really falling apart?
Daron Dylon Wint is in custody now after a week-long manhunt. He was identified as a suspect in the murders of four people in the Washington DC area when his DNA was found on a pizza crust from Dominoes Pizza. Continue reading Daron Dylon Wint’s murder timeline
The first hurdle has been cleared by the Obama administration as the Senate voted today to advance a measure to give the President fast-track capabilities on the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. This comes after harsh criticism and fighting almost stalled it from his own party. Continue reading TPP Fast Track passes Senate