Archive for the ‘Politics & Economics’ Category

Dzhokhar Anzorovich “Jahar” Tsarnaev was born July 22, 1993. His older brother, Tamerlan Anzorivich Tsarnaev came into this world October 21, 1986. On April 19, 2013; Dzhokhar witnessed his brother’s death when bullets riddled his body. Four days before, the Tsarnaev brothers were suspected in the Boston Marathon Bombings which killed 3 people and injured […]

Verizon Verizon is truly a telecommunications giant delivering tech products for houses and also businesses. Following a variety key purchases, Verizon has become the biggest mobile service provider in the USA. Background Today’s Verizon Communications developed as the result of the new telecommunications company by Bell Atlantic along with U.K.’s Vodafone. The business exemplifies the […]

One Turkish security guard was killed and several others were wounded on the morning of February 1st at 1:15pm. The suspect, later identified as Ecevit Sanli, 40, stood outside of the U.S. embassy in Ankara and blew up 13 lb. of explosives. The suicide bomber was blown to pieces. In the flurry of activity that […]

“Zero Dark Thirty” is a 2012 rated ‘R’ release by Oscar-winning Director Kathryn Bigelow. It stars Jessica Chastain (nominated for an Oscar in her role as best actress) as Maya in the true account of a tireless CIA operative’s hunt for Osama Bin Laden. It won an Oscar in 2013 for best achievement in sound […]

There is so much (mis)information published about what really happened in the Benghazi Attack. It’s questionable whether anyone in the government actually knows what happened. And now there is evidence that the attack was not an outcrop of protest but in fact a full-fledged terrorist attack on our government. Thankfully, progress is being made, despite […]

They can’t live with us and they can’t live without us according to the WSJ article, “U.S. Withdrawal Plans Draw Suspicion, Fear in Iraq“. The unfortunate reality is that the U.S. is not England and will not colonize lands to set up schools, infrastructure and establish basic economies, nor can the U.S. afford to do […]

During a press release, Afghanistan’s president, Hamid Karzai, labelled the pictures of US paratroopers posing with what seems to be the body parts of rebellious suicide bombers as “disgusting.” The pictures quickly gained attention and hype over the Internet and were regarded to as Taliban Trophy Photographs. The president of Afghanistan quickly utilized the images […]

Knowledge is power, at least that what Bridges TV hopes to prove. Bridges TV is a relatively new English language channel that offers approximately 300 million Americans programming that will bridge the conflict between the West and Middle East. Bridges TV will provide a unique perspective on the issues that face the Middle East, as […]

Oil is one of the few precious substances society needs and demands these days. Be it industrial or residential purposes, the applications of oil are myriad in number. Oil, though less visible, is used in coexistence with a range of everyday items and objects. From airplanes, automobiles, clothing, detergent, packaging, paint, hair care and hygiene […]