I’m a fan of Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic (and its MMO sequel The Old Republic), Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and whole slew of other games by Bioware. In extension, I loved playing […]
Author: Kent David Du
BREAKING: The New Pope is Jorge Mario Bergoglio, aka Pope Francis I
The new Pope is Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Buenos Aires! The first Pontiff from the Americas!
New Pope is Chosen, Identity is Yet to Be Revealed.
A new Pope, the bishop of Rome and leader of the Roman Catholic Church, has been chosen according to CNN, but yet his identity has not been revealed publicly. There has been a lot of […]
Internet 2.0 and Why You Can’t Expect to Live Anonymously Anymore
There’s a scene in 2012 Academy Award winning film musical Les Miserables (based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo) where one of the main characters, Marius, laments about the death of […]
Hugo Chavez’s Last Words
Earlier this week, Venezuela’s president, Hugo Chavez, had died due to complications caused by his cancer. According to one of his closest confidant, General Ornella, Chavez’s last words were “I don’t want to die. Please […]
Bush Family Jewels Leaked: The Internet and Privacy
Last week, a hacker named Guccifer leaked the contents of Bush family email communications to the internet. Notably, the content of the leak, which originated from 2011-2012, included continuity plans regarding the death of former […]
US Government Assures World that the Internet Will Remain Free
According to Ars Technica, the United States Government has taken a stance on the internet, at least when it is concerned with other government’s censorship of it. The core principle, according to the resolution by […]
Nationsmith One Shots: Presidents and their Firearms
Nationsmith One Shots introduces short photojournalism from the historical, strange, and fantastical. Throughout the history of the United States presidents have been depicted taking part in the age old tradition of American hunting. Recently, President […]
Obama’s War: “Immenience” as a Reason for the Administration’s Targeted Killing Policy
A Department of Justice white paper, entitled ““Lawfulness of a Lethal Operation Directed Against a U.S. Citizen who is a Senior Operational Leader of Al Qa’ida or An Associated Force” rationalizing the Obama Administration’s targeted […]
Is Indy A Believer?
Anyone who has read Nationsmith knows the staff enjoys Spielberg’s 1981 classic, The Raiders of the Lost Ark. Notwithstanding, our fascination of this classic was heightened further by twelve parasecs (to Kessel, of course) when […]