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Another day, another Jihad

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Another day, another Jihad

Another day, another Jihad called on Israel. If you were to ascend to the role of Iran’s highest religious authority, the enshrined and supreme Ayatolah, would you not feel the awful recoil associated with unoriginality when making such an announcement? Despite the Sunni majority in “Palestine,” America’s premier Sunni boogymen, such as ISIS or any of its previous incarnations, have seldom made any signs of aggression towards Israel.  More so, sworn Sunni enemies of Israel like Saudi Arabia and Egypt have exchanged their Jihad calls for business meetings, finding scores of financially beneficial dealings more agreeablel than the traditional practice...

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How Obesity Can Bring Down America

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How Obesity Can Bring Down America

Within the next decade, one in four Americans will be “severely obese,” 100 pounds overweight, with over half the population being run of the mill medically obese. Alarming findings such as these, published by the New England Journal of Medicine earlier this week, are rarely viewed in a political light, but the consequences of such trends are of great consequence to your monthly budget.The estimated annual health care costs of obesity-related illness are $190.2 billion, nearly 21% of annual medical spending in the United States – and costs are only rising. Any form of healthcare insurance pool will contain both...

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Where is World War 3?

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Where is World War 3?

If you followed the media predictions during this most recent Iranian conflict, you’re probably wondering why WW3 isn’t being waged atop your flowerbeds. With Iran’s tragic yet telling error of shooting down A Ukranian airliner containing mostly Iranians, as well as the number of anti-state protests that took place in the event’s aftermath, we obtain clues as to why draft letters remain unsent: the threat and power of Iran are pathologically exaggerated.Aside from the media’s bombardment of pre-war anxiety induction, which is always a profitable occasion for stations and websites, we learned that Donald Trump’s tweet of solidarity to the...

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Space Wars of Tomorrow

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Space Wars of Tomorrow

When I consider the unique state the United States found itself in after WW2, as the sole possessor of nuclear weapons, I am reminded of the derivative yet compelling Jordan Peterson quote: “A harmless man is not a good man. A good man is a very dangerous man who has that under voluntary control.” While being deeply critical of even century-old American policies, granting any number of possible and damning conspiracies, an objective viewer should grant that America’s choice to not systematically dismantle existing militaries and exterminate all potential for non-American militaristic growth around the globe was the most moral...

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Burning Money In The Middle East

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Burning Money In The Middle East

If you have ever wondered how America is capable of building up a nearly $22 trillion debt, here is an example to illustrate how such a feat is achieved. The Pentagon has spent nearly $43 million on a project in Afghanistan: building a single gas station. A comparable gas station usually costs around $500 thousand. The best way to keep safe According to a report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), the Defense Department did not cooperate fully with the investigation. In addition to the comically high example of overspending, investigators were unable to confirm whether the...

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