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Some men are so great they need no lengthy introduction. Julius Caesar, conqueror of Gaul, member of the First Triumvirate, and Rome’s first dictator for… Read More »Review of The Gallic Wars by Julius Caesar
With the exception of the second novel in the series, which was a bit lackluster and had some noticeable grammatical faults, I’ve very much enjoyed… Read More »Review of Into the Chaos by James Rosone
“We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst.… Read More »The Problem with Our Society Is That It’s One of Men Without Chests
Most books, movies, and stories about the First World War are defeatist in tone. Whether that be because of the mass slaughter in the muddy,… Read More »Review of The Storm of Steel by Ernst Junger
As Kabul falls before the unblinking eye of the camera, blame-laying has become the new favorite sport in Washington, D.C. “I am President of the… Read More »The Fallacies of “Endless Wars” and Afghan Incompetence
Horrific stories are emerging after the swift fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban – learn more here. Eight people have died at Kabul airport, where thousands… Read More »What Responsibilities Does America Have Towards Afghanistan? Time for Tough Love?
The final story in Rosone and Watson’s Second American Civil War series, Retribution, is one of the best. In it (no surprise given that it’s… Read More »Review of Retribution by James Rosone and Miranda Watson
“Too Late”: U.S. has Failed to Comprehend the Deadly Purpose of China and May Not be Able to Stop It
It is not a matter of if, but when China will invade Taiwan. That is the publicly expressed opinion of Rear Admiral Mike Studeman, the… Read More »“Too Late”: U.S. has Failed to Comprehend the Deadly Purpose of China and May Not be Able to Stop It