Federal Employees’ Viewpoint for 2014 Continues Downward Trend

(Washington, DC) – The results from the 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) are in. And they’re not good. The FEVS is commissioned by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Sent out whenever OPM feels like it, the FEVS accepts input from current Federal employees and ranks their concerns and opinions about their jobs, their…

Operation Shazam! Expanded Against ISIS as Threat Grows

(Washington, DC) – On September 10, President Barack Obama (D-IL/Kenya) presented his case to average, ordinary, everyday Americans for attacking the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) (aka “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)” and “Islamic State (IS)” and “Al-Qaeda in Iraq”). The country – and the world – has used the…

Israel, Hamas Refuse to Address the Elephant in the Room

(Tel Aviv, Israel) – Day 14 of Operation Protective Edge turned out be just as tragic and frightening as the previous 13 days. And, with neither side seeming interested in a cease-fire, it looks like the war could stretch on for several more weeks. Israel lost seven more soldiers. Hamas lost over 100 civilians and…

Terror Weapons and Propaganda Feed Latest Israeli-Gaza War

(Tel Aviv, Israel) – As Israel endures Day 12 of Operation Protective Edge, its soldiers find themselves on the ground in the Gaza Strip. Rocket fire from Gaza’s Islamic Fundamentalist Hamas rulers continues unabated. And the Hamas propaganda machine is in full-swing, meaning the truth is the primary casualty of this latest conflict. Just a…

ISIS Tearing Iraq Apart While Infighting May Tear ISIS Apart

(Baghdad, Iraq) – Can’t all Islamic Fundamentalists get along? Apparently not. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which continues to run roughshod through Iraq, is considered too extreme for Al-Qaeda. Even Iran, the Islamic Fundamentalist republic that uses term like “The Great Satan” and “The Zionist Entity” to refer to its sworn enemies,…

Panettiere’s Wedding Plans Kaput Due to Ukrainian Crisis

(Kiev, Ukraine) – As events in Ukraine continue to spiral out of control, international observers have become even more worried as the violence has now claimed a new victim. And multiple countries are crying foul. As Russian-backed paramilitary thugs continue to stir up resentment for the Ukrainian interim government, buildings have been taken over, people…

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner in Kiev?

(Washington, DC) – During the 1952 presidential campaign, Dwight D. Eisenhower (R-KS) said, “I will go to Korea.” Sixty-two years later, Secretary of State John Kerry (D-MA) has said, “I will go to Ukraine.” Calling Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin – “a brazen act of aggression” and threatening economic…