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Ugur Nedim explains how burglars now check Facebook instead of looking in your windows to see when you aren’t home.
Jason Arment interviews two militiamen to learn what “militia” means to them, their beliefs, and their take on the U.S. government, the standoff in Oregon, gun control, and public perception.
With the spotlight on the U.S. Presidential race focused elsewhere, Frederick Johnston recognizes the gratingly familiar moves of Hillary Clinton.
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There is no questioning the cohesiveness of Marines in battle, but what happens after returning home? For those not following the contrived narrative, as Jason Arment discovers, the esprit de corps falls apart.
Greg Gerding, Editor-in-Chief of The Big Smoke America, celebrates the two-month anniversary since launching (and the New Year) by listing your favorite articles based on what you read and shared most.
The Revenant has stunning cinematography and is one of this season’s best films, but the story is wanting and Leo’s performance feels like a desperate Oscar plea.
According to a recent study, those who are moved by inspirational quotes on social media are in fact not that bright.