Monthly Archives: November 2012

Is the DIA Looking for Moi?

In this past week’s “Inside the Ring” column, Bill Gertz mentions the following: China military analyst sought The Defense Intelligence Agency is looking for a senior analyst to move to Hawaii’s U.S. Pacific Command headquarters to focus on the issue … Continue reading

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Kudo for my Alma Mater

UDM engineering ranked among country’s best programs: U.S.News & World Report has ranked the University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering & Science’s (CES) undergraduate engineering program as one of the top 100 undergraduate engineering non-doctorate programs. Through a combination … Continue reading

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Electioneering Results (contrarian update)

After the fall of the Soviet Union and the introduction of genuine electoral politics to Russia, the city of Moscow, in order to save money, purchased used voting machines from the city of Chicago. When they held their first election … Continue reading

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Klavan on how to change the electoral culture

At the City Journal site, Andrew Klavan, a former Hollywood liberal now converted to conservatism, offers his post-election suggestion on how we can turn the electorate away from our ever more libertine and morally bereft culture: The Long Game Three … Continue reading

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Solzhenitsyn and the result of yesterday’s plebiscite

From the foreword to Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Harvard commencement address of June 8, 1978: Harvard’s motto is “Veritas.” Many of you have already found out and others will find out in the course of their lives that truth eludes us if … Continue reading

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Voices in the Wilderness

Mr. Beran speaks out from the wilderness of National Review’s Corner blog: The Wilderness By Michael Knox Beran November 7, 2012 1:42 A.M. At a low point in the fortunes of the Tory Party, Disraeli said, “The pendulum swings.” It … Continue reading

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How not to get ahead in America’s post-modern military (updated)

It will be most interesting to see what story, if any, finally emerges about General Ham’s reported attempt to send aid to the beleaguered American ambassador in Benghazi the evening of 9/11. As of this writing, apparently, only the American … Continue reading

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