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Dr. Strangelove, a Remake, 2016 Version

In the movie, Dr. Strangelove: or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb a character, the insane US Air Force General Jack the Ripper, thinks the Russians are conspiring to pollute the precious body fluids of the America people so he sends a bomber wing to nuke the USSR and precipitate a nuclear world war. 656 more words

American Foreign Policy

Cyber Warfare Weapons - Part 2

Last week in Part 1 we tried to define cyber warfare and gave some examples of what has already taken place in the recent past. 1,358 more words

Cybersec

John Bolton on Obama's Internet Handover: ‘Within Ten Years, the Internet as We Know It Will End’ | John Hayward - Breitbart

On Thursday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, former U.N. ambassador John Bolton predicted that the impending transfer of Internet domain control from American supervision to an international body will mean the end of the Internet “as we know it.” 96 more words

Hegelian Dialectic - Problem ~ Reaction ~ Solution

Cyber Warfare Weapons - Part 1

Numerous malicious attacks on computers and mobile devices as well as networks of important entities have recently made the news and have brought back to the surface the debate on cyber warfare and the dangerousness of cyber weapons. 1,361 more words

Cybersec

National Security: Trump Speech calls for Peace through Strength

National Security:

Trump Speech calls for Peace through Strength

Today, I’m here to talk to you about three crucial words that should be at the center always of our foreign policy: peace through strength.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

World Watch: Cyber Threats

One of the major issues Teresa and her team are grappling with is whether to go ahead with the nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point… 153 more words

Cyber Warfare