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President Obama’s Logic in Ukraine Threatens Global Security

President Obama’s Logic in Ukraine Threatens Global Security

Foreign policy is one of the pillars of any government. In fact, some argue that the most important function of any state is to defend its citizens. However, due to President Obama’s logic in dealing with the various difficulties in Ukraine threatens global security, and therein American security, in a very real way. Too often, […]

Ukraine Crisis Could Justify Western Intervention

Ukraine Crisis Could Justify Western Intervention

Hawks and doves are butting heads over the best way to deal with the Ukraine Crisis. Ranging from direct Western intervention to complete inaction, there is a wide breadth of ideas that are actively being debated. However, if Russia is to invade Ukraine, it could logically and morally justify, if not demand, Western intervention. To […]

Dengue Fever Epidemic Risk

Dengue Fever Epidemic Risk

According to the World Health Organization, over 40 percent of the population of the world is at risk of an epidemic of a mosquito-borne disease known as dengue fever. In the past 50 years, the annual number of cases has increased from about 15,000 to up to 390 million. It has gone from being contained […]

World Unrest 2014

World Unrest 2014

World unrest in 2014 continues to escalate in explosions of violence, and leaders are having skeletons unearthed. The trend around the world seems to be violence as the key to overthrowing authority as well as the key to keeping authority. It seems not just the climate of the world is changing, but the climate in […]

Pakistan Taliban Peace Talks Just Contract Negotiations

Pakistan Taliban Peace Talks Just Contract Negotiations

Twin bomb attacks were carried out at opposite ends of Pakistan this week by a group associated with the Taliban. A restaurant near a Shiite mosque was hit by a suicide bomber in the northwest city of Peshawar, killing nine people and injuring 50, while an explosion in the southwest city of Karachi derailed a […]

Francois Hollande: When Private Affairs Become Public

Francois Hollande: When Private Affairs Become Public

French President, François Hollande, has recently learned a valuable lesson in keeping his private matters, well, private. After his alleged affair, Hollande has received an uproar of negative publicity that could be compared to the likes of what former U.S. President Bill Clinton received during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Although the saying is, “Any publicity […]

Samaras wins, Greece survives but the clock won’t stop ticking towards collapse

Samaras wins, Greece survives but the clock won’t stop ticking towards collapse

I don’t recommend it, but a worldwide unified bailout is the only secular solution By DiMarkco Chandler Athens, Greece—The New Democracy party captured a victory over the radical left Syriza party in Greece today, signaling a pause and an approval from the Greek citizenry that they want to continue on with their membership in the […]

Russia accused of sending attack helicopters in support of Syrian president

Russia accused of sending attack helicopters in support of Syrian president

Contributed By Roy Denish The Obama administration warned on Tuesday that 15-month-old Syrian strife would escalate into a deadlier situation and accused Russia for sending helicopter gunships in support of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime. “We are concerned about the latest information about that there are attack helicopters on the way to Syria from Russia,” […]

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  • Chris Brown Trial Delayed for Months April 24, 2014
    The assault charge trial for Chris Brown has been delayed for months because his bodyguard, who is a key witness in the singer’s case, was denied immunity. Bodyguard Christopher Hollosy said that he would not testify without immunity until he has finished appealing his own case. Immunity would allow Hollosy to testify without putting his […]
    Twanna Harps
  • Hawaii Announces Bruno Mars Day Again April 24, 2014
    Hawaii announced December 19 as Bruno Mars day, and then once again, Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie declared Monday, April 21, 2014, as Bruno Mars Day. Usually when a state announces a holiday, it is a one-time event. The new day coincides with his three-day concert that was sold out in Honolulu. He is not the […]
    Heather Tillman
  • American Idol The Super Six Perform (Review & Videos) April 24, 2014
    American Idol tonight is down to the final six competitors of the season. The Super Six will perform twice, each one singing a country and a rock song, and then their fates will be in your hands, America! Vote on the one or ones you think did the best, or who you simply like the […]
    Douglas Cobb
  • Daniel Franzese of ‘Mean Girls’ Comes Out April 24, 2014
    In a heartwarming letter to his character, “Damien,” from the movie Mean Girls, Daniel Franzese is ready to come out of the closet. It has been close to 10 years since the release of the hit movie, and his letter is not only inspirational, but also sad in places. He tells “Damien” that he wished he had […]
    Kristi Cereska
  • Johnny Cueto Dominates for Cincinnati: Reds Report April 24, 2014
    For a team still trying to find their way Johnny Cueto is doing his part; dominating opposing hitters, making his case for the pitcher of the month in the National League in April and keeping the Cincinnati Reds afloat. Cueto is now 2-2 on the season with a 1.38 ERA and a WHIP of just 0.77. […]
    Mick Varner

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