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by | Jun 11, 2019

One of television’s most anticipated and talked-’ shows in recent years, Black Mirror, has just released its fifth season straight…

by | Jun 6, 2019

Contrary to popular opinion, the United States has long been a Pacific potentate. Ever since the 19th century, when American…

by | Oct 19, 2018

In a week that saw members of Congress plead to President Trump to help companies affected by his tariffs, the…

by | Nov 29, 2017

The monopoly power of Silicon Valley remains a massive public policy issue. Nowhere was this clearer than in the recent…

by | Nov 20, 2017

On President Trump’s twelve-day Asia trip he visited South Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam and the Philippines, met with those nations’…

by | Nov 12, 2017

When President Trump made his first overseas trip in May, I wondered how he would top it. After all, he…

by | Apr 18, 2017

They were called Doolittle’s Raiders. It was a raid planned in retaliation for the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was…

by | Oct 21, 2016

When Martin Scorsese makes a movie, attention must be paid. His films have been nominated for an Oscar, in various…

by | Jul 8, 2016

These civilian warriors, trained in the U.S. Army, Navy, or Marines before resigning their commissions to go to China, were members neither of the American nor Chinese air force, making them outlaw pilots. Outlaw or no, they seriously slowed the ongoing annexation of China by military forces of Japan, and provided some of the few things Americans could cheer about in the early days of the Pacific war.

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