Tag Archives: U.S.

Keeping them honest #1: The fall of Brian Williams

As consumers of the news, we rely on the media to faithfully execute their job in delivering the news to us.  However, it is not always the case that they do this.  Sometimes news media outlets purposely lie to us; … Continue reading

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Top 10 U.S. Presidents

In honor of Presidents day, I am posting a new Top 10 list, this time for the Top 10 United States Presidents.  When reading it, please remember that this list is by my opinion and knowledge of U.S. history.  You … Continue reading

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Kim Jong-un’s New year’s resolutions attacked by U.S. sanctions

On New year’s day, Kim Jong-un, a man of many titles, such as Supreme Leader of North Korea, First Secretary of the Worker’s Party of Korea, and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army, delivered a national televised speech in … Continue reading

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Top 10 Craziest campaign ads from the 2014 Midterms

This is the first post in a new series I am starting on Obscure Echo.  Every week (if time permits me) I will post a Top 10 list for a particular topic.  I imagine that most of the lists will … Continue reading

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The Battle for the Senate

The votes are being counted, and soon we will know the outcome of Tuesday’s highly anticipated midterm elections (which would usually be considered an oxymoron).  Despite what politically apathetic individuals may claim, the midterm elections this year are extremely important. … Continue reading

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Russia’s humanitarian invasion of Ukraine

If you’ve been following the crisis in Ukraine throughout the year, you know just as well as I that certain fateful events occasionally occur in the conflict that return it to the headlines, such as the ousting of Viktor Yanukovych … Continue reading

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