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  • Bay of Pigs Invasion

    Miguel Díaz-Canel officially was confirmed by Cuba’s National Assembly as the new president of Cuba on April 19, 2018.  Former president Raúl Castro, brother of Fidel Castro, will remain head of the Communist Party. A look back on the fight against Communism: By the talented Cara Shih from Visually.

  • Syrian Military Movements

    The U.S. has finally made Obama’s “red line” threat real, six years later. (Washington Times story)

  • The Left’s Control of Guns and Health

    The left is pushing for massive gun control after the Las Vegas shooting. They already are on the march to single-payer health care. A look at what can happen when the “state” gets both … By Historyinfographics.com – Extensive sources …

  • Persecution of Christians

    More detail on each country at Open Doors USA

  • Socialists Voting Against U.S. on Jerusalem

    The U.S. moving its embassy to Israel’s capital of Jerusalem was met with condemnation from most nations on Dec. 21, 2017. More details at USA Today. (The same nations who skated by on the American defense dime while socialism and Muslim outreach thrived.) GOOD NEWS: President Trump’s negotiations have convinced European nations to start meeting…

  • Pearl Harbor Attack

    76th Anniversary of the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on the U.S.

  • Uranium primer

  • Benghazi Attack Planner Captured

    One of the 2012 Benghazi attack planners was captured in Libya on Sunday. A look at the events of Sept. 11, 2012:

  • ISIS Defeat in Syria

    U.S. backed Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces have reportedly retaken ISIS’ proclaimed capital of Raqqa. (Stars and Stripes story) A look at the battlefield last week: Source: Institute for the Study of War What’s next, once ISIS falls? (Breaking Israel News)

  • Kurds, Iraqis Dispute after Victories

    GOOD NEWS: ISIS has lost 95% of its gains in Iraq. POWER VACUUM: The multi-ethnic city of Kirkuk produces a large amount of oil, which the U.S. trained Kurdish army wants to control. UPDATE: Iraqi forces seized the oil fields and air base in Kirkuk on Monday, Oct. 16. The Kurds withdrew. (Circa News story)…

  • Boko Haram Kills Green Berets

    The Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram ambushed U.S. special operations troops who were helping train soldiers in Niger. 3 Green Berets were killed and two were wounded. A look at Boko Haram (which means “Western education is sinful”) Read more at Stars and Stripes

  • ISIS vs. Europe

    Recent ISIS setbacks in Syria and Iraq have not deterred their planning and execution of attacks in Europe. Radical Muslims love Europe’s open borders, political correctness and giant welfare payments. Source: Institute for the Study of War

  • North Korean Hydrogen Bomb Threat

    Kim Jong Un Threatens Hydrogen Bomb Test in Pacific (Townhall story)

  • Trump Echoes Socialism’s Failures

    President Trump’s speech to the United Nations today highlighted the world organization’s bloated bureaucracy and the failure of Communism and Socialism. Earlier this year NATO got the same message from Trump and started taking more responsibility for their defense. By History Infographics — Sources . . . https://ourworldindata.org/data/war-peace/military-spending/ Socialism in Sweden: http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/sweden.htm

  • Western Civilization Under Attack

    The results of President Obama and Hillary Clinton helping the Arab Spring … snaptube app download Most of the refugees able-bodied men under 30. Read more at The Daily Mail. imessage for windows pc

  • North Korea Advances Missile Strength

    July 4, 2017: North Korea test-fired a Hwasong-14 which could reach Alaska. Read more details at Bloomberg.com

  • North Korea’s Nuclear Strategic Threat

    U.S. spy satellites picked up activity at North Korea’s underground nuclear facility this week, ahead of today’s (June 21, 2017) meetings with U.S. and Chinese diplomats in D.C. (Read more at Fox News) North Korea has tested five nuclear bombs so far.

  • Arabs Attack Israel: 1948

  • North Korea Continues Missile Tests

    North Korea boasted it had fired a new type of cruise missile on June 9. GOOD NEWS: South Korea then agreed to accept more THAAD missile defense from the U.S. Read more at Stripes.com

  • Defending South Korea with THAAD

    TIMELINE 1. The U.S. rushed deployment of two THAADs to the SE of South Korea before their Presidential elections. 2. China balked at THAAD deployment. 3. New South Korean President suspended deployment of additional THAAD, citing environmental concerns (ridiculous). 4. JUNE 7, 2017: North Korea just launched new missile salvos, (fourth since new President Moon…