Since they burst onto the scene in early 2012, their spiritual pledge to the world’s most hated people have stirred up fear and resentment, enough to divert the average American or European away from supporting the rebellion in Syria that their tactics now play a leading role in. These actions, for many, replaced iconic images of … More Will Syrians finally leave Al-Qaeda out in the cold?
This is an assignment I took part in for the Brentwood Press, my local newspaper that I regularly freelance for and often focus on water-related issues here in California. The Army Corps of Engineers is weighing the environmental impacts of a huge water reroute on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a project backed by Governor Jerry … More Moment of truth for the Delta tunnels
I planned to touch on this a few days ago. Ever since I read this story about a planned crackdown in Iran on female drivers and subsequently thought of President Obama’s Nuclear Deal with that country’s theocracy — the one that routinely throws his overtures back in his face, regardless of whether he’s aware of … More Iranian women targeted as Obama and misogynist regime secure Nuke Deal