"Every president for the past 50 years or so has promised to pull back on military power and respect life over foreign profit, and time and time again we’re entered into a pointless war or conflict because some general or adviser thought it was important at the time."
In a very cryptic way, President Trump alluded today that he was planning on getting the U.S. out of the Iran Deal in the upcoming months. Outlets are reporting that he claimed we’re in the calm before the storm, but the President has also been loudly claiming for months/years that the Iran Deal is not … Continue reading Will Trump Convince the U.S. to Back Out of the Iran Deal?
In yesterday’s post, I asked readers to vote on whether or not they found drone strikes to be ethical. I intentionally left the details on the matter vague, because I wanted to see what the initial reactions would be to such a question. To my surprise, none of those who voted marked “no”, and most … Continue reading U.S. Pushes Boundaries of Power With Libya Drone Strike
In years past, the public didn’t care as much about what their leaders had to say, and they cared even less when all those leaders gathered together at UN meetings and hashed out redundant bureaucracy. Now though, it feels like more people than ever are glued to their screens, eager to see what the President … Continue reading Israeli PM Netanyahu Calls Out Iran and UN in Tuesday Speech
To recap, America is currently backing Saudi Arabia, who also funds ISIS who we’re enemies with. Iran is allied with Russia, and enemies with basically everyone else, but especially Saudi and ISIS after the terror attack. An interesting nation to watch during this is Israel, who although allied with the U.S. primarily, doesn’t have bad blood with Russia, although it is essentially mortal enemies with Iran, who prays for Israel’s destruction. You confused yet? Imagine how Trump feels.