Yesterday, Iran escalated tensions that have been building for years in the Middle East by firing missiles at military bases in Iraq that house US and coalition forces. Early reports indicate that the Al Asad and Erbil military bases were fired upon from missiles within Iran, but there are no American casualties. Iran has also claimed direct responsibility for the attack, claiming that it is … Continue reading History of Iranian Aggression
For the past three years, the United States has been captivated by the Donald Trump Presidency and the various attempts by Democrats to impeach and remove Trump from office. While Democrats and Republicans argue over the legitimacy of the phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky and the Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, most are ignoring the backdrop for both … Continue reading Deep Dive: The Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Anyone who has followed the Brexit situation in the United Kingdom over the past 3 years would likely use one common word to describe it, “disaster.” Tomorrow, the United Kingdom heads back to the polls to see if Boris Johnson will be granted the majority he needs to finally have “Brexit, Actually.” On June 23, 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom went to the polls … Continue reading Johnson’s Brexit Election: Mandate or Disaster?