Even before Pearl Harbor, Life Magazine answered the question “What can I do to help the war effort?” with a single word: “Knit.”
Bad faith arguers/actors on the world stage unite each year in using the Dresden narrative as a bloody shirt to wave away any criticism of authoritarian regimes.
As long as this great experiment in a free people self governing is to continue, it is good and proper to reflect on those Americans who carried the load when it mattered the most
The fact that American adherents to those faiths can serve alongside each other, and for each other, is an American military accomplishment worth celebrating.
So Your Favorite Character Is A Nuremburg Defendant: Game of Thrones Season 8 and Command Responsibility
The Doolittle Raiders, as they preferred to be called, had long since planned for there being only one, and then none of them.
The government has nukes.
Like many, I prefer to start my days with a jolt of news-induced panic, although I couldn’t tell you why.
There are no Air Force movies, nor will there ever be.
Today, I’ll admit I have no idea what an effective form of protest looks like, but getting together as a group with signs and props feels archaic and useless, almost as if it was invented by those who want any dissent to be easily dismissed.
What battles are you likely to fight? Orc assaults will likely rely on superior infantry numbers, Gnoll infestations will be guerilla-style salt-the-earth raids, Illithid conflicts will be psy-op 4GW affairs, and if you have a dragon problem, you can kiss those thatched roof cottages goodbye (pace Trogdor). Will your bog-standard infantry/archery/cavalry mix be suited to defend the kingdom against these sorts of threats?
Yanny vs. Laurel
Brainstorm vs. Green Needle
Resumption of involvement in existing hostilities.
A critical analysis of German grand strategy during the period 1933-1945.
Some musings on the Hawaiian missile attack that wasn’t
The Last Jedi is an easy movie to have opinions about.
This post will contain spoilers.
The heat of the politics of the moment.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
The holiday season is a time for giving. We take a look at how you can help those less fortunate in besieged Aleppo.