Political culture is something many Americans choose not to make as an observation in their everyday political thinking.
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 […]
By Meme Moore This week Nationsmith hosts one of our reader’s perspectives about the evolving role of women and the United States Military. She is a decorated US Army veteran of the War in Iraq, […]
By K. David Du In tonight’s story, I’d like to ask a question to our readers. What defines victory within the context of war? Why I ask this question is because in the American way […]
Within the sacred texts of many religions, particularly the Abrahamic ones there are written words, statements, and verses that incite its readership to commit violence and literally annihilate infidels, apostates, and enemy peoples. These holy […]
In our last discussion, I focused on the four constraints that complicate how the United States Military fights its wars against violent, non-state actors. The constraints are operational, organizational, legal, and moral in their handicap. […]
Nationsmith writer K. David Du considers whether or not the iPad mini is a necessary buy, which triggers an episode of philosophical, futurist thinking. I have to admit, many of us technophiles weren’t surprised by […]