The Left Knows How To Create and Sustain Outrage…Where Is Conservative Outrage?
It is happening again: the Left takes an incident that can match their distorted views of AmeriKKKa and push it on a daily basis to foment outrage and sympathy for their distorted views. The Left has taken the Trayvon Martin case in Florida and pumped it into a myth symbolizing – in their opinion – “everything that is wrong with America.” Protest rallies thousands of | Read More »
Why Treaties With The Russians Are Worthless
To understand the title completely, a quick overview of Russian History is needed. After the fall of the Byzantine Empire to the Turks in 1453, the Czars, beginning with Ivan the Great, viewed themselves as the inheritors of the Byzantine Christian traditions, with Moscow becoming “The Third Rome,” complete with a messianic mission to protect Orthodox Christianity. Ivan the Great married a Byzantine princess, niece | Read More »
On The Brink: Russia’s Byzantine Diplomacy On Iran
The Byzantine Empire, also known as the Eastern Roman empire, existed in a slowly shrinking form between the 400′s A.D. down to the fall of Constantinople to the Turks in 1453. For roughly 1,000 years this basically medieval Greek empire attempted to survive the attacks of Slavs, Arabs, Crusaders, and Turks, and did so by developing a diplomatic technique known today as “Byzantine.” A Byzantine diplomacy means that | Read More »