Should US military be worried about ISIS list?

Sal McCloskeyDefense and Military, Legality and PoliticsLeave a Comment

ISIS Soldier

A group claiming to be affiliated with the Islamic State (ISIS) has posted a list of 100 United States military personnel who were alleged participants in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, urging supporters to target these people for assassination. Should the soldiers be worried? Precautions are reportedly being taken. The threat is unverified, but there are reports that the list … Read More

Can Ted Cruz do more than disrupt the GOP primaries?

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Ted Cruz

Conservative Republican Ted Cruz is expected to be the first major candidate to officially declare his candidacy for President on Monday. Most are saying that he’s too new, too conservative, and too polarizing to win and that he’ll be more of a disruptor like Newt Gingrich in the last presidential election cycle. Does he actually have a chance. Tea Party … Read More

The new ‘Mission Impossible’ trailer gives us hope

Chastity MansfieldMiscellaneous, Offbeat and Weird, UberLeave a Comment

Mission Impossible Rogue Nation

The Mission Impossible franchise was supposed to be awesome. The first installment was. Then, it went downhill quickly from there. The new trailer from the fifth installment gives us hope, mostly because Tom Cruise is front and center again. For those who watched the last installment, Ghost Protocol, you were probably disappointed to realize that Tom Cruise was probably getting … Read More

A concept more than six years in the making

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Kia GT

A car that first debuted as a concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011 will finally see production for the 2017 model year. This car is the all-new Kia GT which will finally go from concept to production and become the flagship of the Korean automaker, especially in the U.S. This four-seater car is meant to replace the K900 … Read More