The Crimean Peninsula is Soon to Be a Part of Russia

Recent talks between Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov only served to re-establish the well known fact  that USA and Russia are vehemently opposed to one another on the crisis in Ukraine. Lavrov has said there is “no common vision” between the two nations for the future of Ukraine. Following […]

Civil War Looms on The Horizon for Iraq

Al-Qaeda backed militants and Sunni tribesmen have wrested control of Fallujah and Ramadi, two of Iraq’s largest cities. The loss of these cities has served as the pinnacle of rising violence in Iraq since the American military withdrew their forces in 2011. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki is strongly considering a large-scale military assault to […]

Of Governments and Tattoos

The Miss America pageant just got its first tattoo. Unfortunately, you may have to wait a little longer, says Big Brother. Yes, per proposed regulations from Washington, D.C.’s city Health Department, the decision to get “tramp stamped” may be getting a bit tougher.  See for yourself in this 66-page draft regarding “body art” that the Health Department just released this week. Their […]