Archive | December, 2014

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 12 December 2014

Greetings from Tyler, Nothing of value was learned, they tell us, when terrorists who were high value al Qaeda operatives were subjected to “enhanced interrogation.” That claim has been disputed by many, many specific examples of critical information obtained during the critical days and weeks in the aftermath of the 9-11 attacks, but as we […]

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 5 December 2014

Greetings from Tyler, Lost in numerous attempts to undermine the “general tranquility” our founders recommended was a primary responsibility of high office, are some very important developments. The pope, leader of the world’s estimated 1.2 billion Catholics, just concluded a visit to Turkey during which he snuggled up to bishop Bartholomew, leader of the estimated […]