Tag Archives: Syria

A War Without End

As the civilized world reels from the horror inflicted upon innocent civilians in Paris, leaders of the world’s nations must contend with what steps should be taken next to deal with the threat from the Islamic State, who has claimed responsibility for the attacks. Calling France a “capital of prostitution and obscenity” and seeking revenge […]

Murder in Syria and the Lack of Outrage

A history of the nation of Syria would require a textbook-sized dissertation. I’m not surprised I know little of it, as the teaching of history has never been a strong point in the educational system of the United States. A recent survey found that almost a third of adults under the age of 30 don’t […]