This is very scary. Both are nuclear powers. From the Washington Post: The drums of war in Asia grow louder

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I’ve seen a number of articles recently about companies and individuals who are trying to produce food using “microbial protein.” That’s a protein that is produced not by animals (or, at least, not large animals, like cows and such) but rather from single celled organisms, like yeast, certain fungi, algae, and even bacteria. (If you’re…

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  From The Editor’s Desk — A while back I did a short piece on “The Anglosphere.” This is defined as “the English-speaking nations of the world considered as a single social, economic, and political grouping—i.e., Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.” There are people, chiefly on the Right, who are promoting…

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On Sunday 11/25/2018, “Russian ships fired on three Ukrainian vessels in the Kerch Strait — a critical passage connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Azov — injuring at least six sailors. Moscow’s crew has since boarded Kiev’s two warships and one tugboat, detaining more than 20 sailors, and even placed a freighter ship…

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By Michael Jay Tucker So, I read something short but significant the other day. It was just a few lines, really. Not even a full paragraph. But powerful… and terrible… all the same. Something that hints at our destruction. The passage in question is from Steven Simon’s essay, “Powder Keg In Syria,” in the current…

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