Kim Jong-Un Issues More Threats to U.S. in Weekend Speech, Promotes Sister to High-Ranking Position Amid Rising Tensions With West

By: Zack Duvall   In yet another televised speech filled with threats to the U.S. and taunts to the Trump administration, rogue despot Kim Jong-Un said on Saturday that he was rebuilding the North’s military arsenal to serve as a “powerful deterrent” to the U.S. and its allies in the region. “Our (North Korea’s) nuclear weapons are a powerful deterrent firmly safeguarding the peace and … Continue reading Kim Jong-Un Issues More Threats to U.S. in Weekend Speech, Promotes Sister to High-Ranking Position Amid Rising Tensions With West

Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

By: Zack Duvall   U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis arrived at Afghanistan’s main airport located in Kabul at roughly 11 am Wednesday, just hours later that same airport would come under siege by Taliban insurgents fighting a war against the American-backed Afghan government. Secretary Mattis had traveled to Afghanistan from India where he was seeking support for the new U.S. plan regarding security policies in … Continue reading Defense Secretary Mattis Arrives in Afghanistan, Narrowly Avoids Taliban Attack

Iran Fires Yet Another Ballistic Missile, Promises Further Tests

By: Zack Duvall   Iranian officials have once again violated multiple international resolutions put in place in order to cease its continued development of weapons capable of delivering nuclear payloads. The new violation comes in the form of yet another ballistic missile test by the terror-sponsoring regime while the U.S. and its partners in the UN passed another round of sanctions against Tehran. The news … Continue reading Iran Fires Yet Another Ballistic Missile, Promises Further Tests

North Korea: A Hot-spot on Track to be a War-zone

By: Zack Duvall   With the world scrambling to avoid a full-scale, potentially nuclear, military conflict on the Korean Peninsula major policy changes need to be made and world leaders need to be held accountable for their role in the situation to a degree not seen in the piddly patty way the North Korean issue has been handled thus far. First off, the issue of … Continue reading North Korea: A Hot-spot on Track to be a War-zone

North Korea Makes Boldest Threat Yet, Could Force Conflict on Peninsula

By: Zack Duvall   In an official statement aired-on the state-sponsored North Korean news agency KCNA, Kim Jun Un said his nation was actively considering testing yet another hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean. The new round of tough talk from Pyongyang comes after President Trump delivered an extraordinary speech at the U.N. this week in which he promised to “totally destroy” North Korea if … Continue reading North Korea Makes Boldest Threat Yet, Could Force Conflict on Peninsula

Russia Warns of Military Strikes Against U.S.-Backed Forces, Tensions Rise as War-Games Commence

By: Zack Duvall Russian officials took to official channels to make clear their intentions to target U.S-backed forces in Syria, if they continue to fire upon Russian-supported Syrian Army units. The Kremlin claims that two separate incidents took place during the battle to re-take Raqqa from the Islamic State in which troops from the Syrian Democratic Force, a U.S proxy in the region, diverted units … Continue reading Russia Warns of Military Strikes Against U.S.-Backed Forces, Tensions Rise as War-Games Commence

Moscow Slams New Sanctions, Says U.S.-Russia Relationship in “Uncharted Territory”

By: Zack Duvall   In some of the harshest rhetoric yet, Russian officials have slammed a new U.S. sanctions bill passed on Tuesday by the House of Representatives, that further punishes Moscow for alleged interference in the 2016 Presidential election. Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Ryabkov, told the Interfax news agency that current U.S.-Russian relations are venturing into “uncharted waters” in political and diplomatic terms. “This … Continue reading Moscow Slams New Sanctions, Says U.S.-Russia Relationship in “Uncharted Territory”

North Korea Blacklist, State Department Planning Ban on Travel to North Korea

By: Zack Duvall   U.S. officials said on Friday that the State Department is in the final stages of implementing what will be a full and complete ban on travel to North Korea by American citizens, and could result in a fine and 10-year prison sentence for anyone who uses a U.S. passport to enter the rogue nation. The proposed ban would be considered what … Continue reading North Korea Blacklist, State Department Planning Ban on Travel to North Korea

Global Terror Report Shows Decrease in Attacks, Iran Still Leading Terror Sponsor

By: Zack Duvall   A global terror report released by the State Department a day after newly implemented sanctions against Iran by U.S. officials, shows that world wide terror-related attacks decreased by roughly nine-percent for the year in 2016, but that the Iranian government is still the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism, a title held by the Islamic republic since 1984. The report, that is … Continue reading Global Terror Report Shows Decrease in Attacks, Iran Still Leading Terror Sponsor

Jordanian Soldier Convicted in November Killing of 3 U.S. Service Members

By: Zack Duvall   A Jordanian military court convicted 1st Sgt. Marik al-Tuwayha of murder on Monday, and sentenced the former Jordanian soldier to life in prison with hard labor. On November 4, 2016, Tuwayha opened fire on three U.S. green berets, Staff Sgt. Matthew C. Lewellen, Staff Sgt. Kevin J. McEnrue, and Staff Sgt. James F. Moriety, as they waited for entry into the … Continue reading Jordanian Soldier Convicted in November Killing of 3 U.S. Service Members