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Colonel Steele is a retired military officer with a deep and abiding interest in history and politics. His views are often considered controversial but his thoughts and observations have been echoed in various publications.

4 Dangers Of Swimming In a Pool

With the summer season about to head into the final stretch, there’s sure to be plenty of temptation to venture out to the swimming pool for one last cooling-off session.…

Obama Immigration Loss May Help Democrats Win the Election

(NEWSER) – The Supreme Court’s tie vote on President Obama’s immigration plan yesterday killed off that part of his legacy—but it may have made it more likely that Hillary Clinton…

The Great Tax Debate Is Over: California 1-Kansas-0-Progressives Win

The Washington Post recently highlighted the economic divergence between California and Kansas. California is tied, with Oregon, for the fastest growth in the nation with 4.1 percent gross domestic product…

Outraged Polish Women Stage Walk-Out On Catholic Mass Over Abortion

Talk about theocracy. In Poland, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party came to power in October. Their philosophy is to bring Polish government into line with Catholic teachings. That…

Why Bernie Sanders Is Refusing To Play Nice

  by Clare Malone The Democrats. Remember them? You’ve not read much about the blue donkeys in this space, given the Republican Party’s particular devotion to political acrobatics this year.…

Supreme Court Rules Florida Death Penalty Unconstitutional

(NEWSER) – The US Supreme Court declared Florida’s death penalty system unconstitutional on Tuesday, opening the possibility of new hearings for at least some of the 390 inmates currently on…

Landmark Study of Twins Affirms Risk for Cancer Runs in the Family

Having a twin sibling diagnosed with cancer increases the risk for also developing the disease, according to a new study published Tuesday in JAMA. This large-scale study, based on more…

How Your Changing Sense Of Humor May Indicate Your Dementia Risk

In many ways our sense of humor defines us; it’s the glue that builds friendships and unites entire groups of people. Oftentimes, it’s also used as a vehicle to spread…

5 Outright Dishonest Claims From GOP Debate

As long as politicians keep speaking, fact-checkers will have work to do—and Tuesday night’s Republican debate kept them as busy as ever. Some of the more dubious claims from the…

Early High Blood Pressure Intervention Reduces Heart Risk by 40 Percent

In September, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced that it had stopped the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT) approximately two years early because early findings had such clear…

Naive Bears Shot By the Hundreds In Florida’s First Hunt in 21 Years

Bloodthirsty hunters hoping to take advantage of Florida’s first weeklong bear hunt in 21 years, have had to shoulder their rifles after just two days. “I have signed the order to…

Dangerous Holes in Indiana Dunes Indicate Presence of ‘Ghost Forest’

MICHIGAN CITY, Indiana — Trees slowly buried by windblown sand are likely the root cause of dangerous holes that have appeared in the towering Mount Baldy sand dune in the…

A Pet Sematary Remake Directed By Guillermo del Toro Would Make Up For Pacific Rim 2 and Cary Fukunaga’s It

The first Pacific Rim is fun enough. But Crimson Peak proves that Guillermo del Toro’s real strength is horror. So while it sucks that Pacific Rim 2 seems dead (though…

CIA Official Admits To JFK Assassination Cover-up

Do you, like so many other folk, think the CIA played a role in covering up the John F. Kennedy assassination? Well if so you may like to know an important source…

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