**GCHQ wiretapping update**

Fox News has apparently pulled Judge Andrew Napolitano off the air. Napolitano is the original source of the claim that Britain's GCHQ wiretapped and bugged Trump Tower. Now, the question becomes was Napolitano uttering a falsehood, or did he 'drop dime', and is now reaping the consequences? Fox News is no friend of the Trump... Continue Reading →

To Hell with Germany

In the wake of the state visit to the White House by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has been one news media article after another on both sides of the Atlantic, about how awkward it was for her. One feature of each article, was the supposed handshake refusal by Pres. Trump. He shook her hand when... Continue Reading →

An Act Of War

Contentions are being made that Britain's GCHQ wiretapped Trump Tower on the request of former Pres. Barack Obama. If this proves to be true, then GCHQ would only have done so with authorization by the British Government. GCHQ, (Government Communications Headquarters) is Britain's equivalent of America's National Security Agency (NSA), with the same mission of... Continue Reading →

Sick is the word

You've likely heard by now that Trump Tower was wiretapped by the Federal Government of the United States, in October 2016. Pres. Trump in his tweet which broke the story, pointed the finger directly at former Pres. Obama, describing him as 'bad (or sick)'. My choice would be 'sick', or demented, psychopathic, sociopathic, or batsh*t... Continue Reading →

The perfect WW II navy

As Germany learned very painfully during World War II, no super-power can be a global super-power, without a large, powerful navy. For fighting a World War II style conflict, there is only one perfect navy, the US Navy. Not only because of the advanced warships built, but also because of the fleet supply train developed... Continue Reading →

Was unconditional surrender the right policy against the Axis?

At the January 1943 Casablanca Conference, President Franklin D. Roosevelt unilaterally declared the Allied policy of unconditional surrender, against the Axis Alliance. Though Churchill was officially on board with this policy after the conference, he had serious reservations. Churchill’s next biggest worry after Hitler, was Stalin. There were still considerations in London of Germany as... Continue Reading →

Essex Class Carriers

America’s biggest naval engineering success to emerge from World War II, were the Essex Class aircraft carriers. They outclassed any contemporary sized carriers in the world, with the exception of the Royal Navy’s Implacable Class. The Essex Class design was derived from the preceding Yorktown Class. Yorktown’s design had been limited in every aspect by the... Continue Reading →

Nagumo’s fatal mistake

Four factors won the Battle of Midway on June 4, 1942. US Navy cryptographers cracked Japanese naval code; The damaged carrier Yorktown made fit so soon after the Battle of Coral Sea; US air strikes from Midway Island scattering Nagumo's fleet Torpedo Squadron 8 drawing Nagumo's Zero fighters down to wave top-level However, separate from... Continue Reading →

Tulsi Gabbard’s suspicious trip

During Pres. Obama's last week in office, Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii made a secretive trip to Lebanon and Syria, and met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. In company with former Ohio Democrat Congressman, Dennis Kucinich. The only US government authority advised of her trip, was the Pentagon. As a Major in the Hawaii... Continue Reading →

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