The Nord Stream Pipeline: Media and Importance

Matthew P. Daley For nearly a full week in February, much of the American population was busy hyperventilating over images of a Chinese surveillance balloon (CB) transiting the lower 48 while collecting intelligence.  A great deal of ink and airtime was devoted to the subject which, at the time, was novel and curious but without great […]... Read More

Thinking About Things: Forward to the Past with the GOP

John DeQ. Briggs Since shortly after the mid-term elections of last November, I have been ruminating about the Republican party, what it stands for, and whether it has or deserves to have a future in anything resembling its current form. But last month I stumbled across two very different reviews (one from the Wall Street Journal, […]... Read More