Jihadist expansion in Spain
 


By David Munoz On March 11th, 2004, Spain lived the deadliest terrorist attack in its history. The mainstream media and political parties, accustomed to terrorism of ETA, thought at first that ETA was in fact behind the bombing. However, after subsequent police investigations and judgments in the field of justice, the focus of attention ended […]

Veteran’s_Honoring the Victims

Veterans’ Day leaves me very empty. The sadness I feel is not for our dead soldiers, but rather the innocent grandfathers and grandmothers, mothers and fathers, children, boys and girls, and babies that we never speak of when dignitaries lay wreaths at cemeteries. The blaring jets that fly overhead, cannons exploding, rifle salutes fired sicken […]

Twiddle Dee & Twiddle Dum

By Rebel Fagin Two security states, Israel and the USA, are currently developing in tandem and targeting similar populations. In the USA, economic disparancy is driving the development of the security state.  As the rich steal more they need to protect it.  Non-corporate crime in the United States, including violent crime, is down. Ted Kirkpatrick, […]