The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
Memes and hashtags multiply with “OK Boomer” (or #OKBoomer), a sarcastic slap from Gen Z to mock their elders who created this mess — whether that’s climate change, wars, political division, economic hardship, lack of health care, and more. Bill Whittle thinks it’s funny…at first. #EpicRant warning. #OKSnowflake
Bosstown Dynamics video of an autonomous robotic soldier drone makes a future of remote robot war seem real. Are we already OK with bringing our troops home and sending in the bipedal land drones? Will our technological prowess, once again, change our morality, or do we need to decide now where to draw the moral line when it comes to remote-controlled, or autonomous, drone soldier?
A new book by CNN national security reporter Jim Sciutto chronicles “The Shadow War” conducted by Russia against the USA. Active on land, and sea, in space and cyber, Vladimir Putin is already on a war-footing toward the United States. Will President Trump and the American public understand the roots of Russian hostility in time to save both countries?
Land. Sea. Air. Space. Cyber. These are the battlefields of the future; a warfighting style called Multi-Domain Operations. Above all of that lies the human landscape, and Firewall host Bill Whittle shares first-hand experiences of why the United States owns the highest of high grounds
Progressives in the so-called “intellectual dark web” get a warm, respectful, reception from an audience of conservatives in Oxnard, California, who had come to hear podcaster Dave Rubin’s standup comedy. They acknowledge that this kind of dialogue could never happen on a college campus. Right Angle comes to you five times each week, thanks to […]
The Virtual President discusses options as war once again threatens the Korean Peninsula.