Tag Archives: Ashley George

Security v. Privacy: Does One Always Compromise The Other?

by Ashley George – On December 2, 2015 a mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California left 14 people dead and another 22 injured.  The attack came to end by way of an armed confrontation between the shooters and police resulting in the death of both attackers. Investigations quickly began into […]

Civility In War: New Policy For Military Rules Of Engagement

by Ashley George – War has been a part of human history and our evolution for many millennia and through out this time the rules of war have often changed. But does war really have rules? It seems to be a free-for-all in many cases, but the United States has directives called Rules of Engagement […]

The Ferguson Effect: Fiction, Fact, A Threat To National Security?

By Ashley George – Not many would disagree that when police officers are afraid to do their jobs for fear of getting video taped doing something wrong, there is a problem with the overall security and safety of our communities and the nation as a whole. On October 23, 2015, during his speech given at […]

Mass Shootings On The Rise; America Responds With Nothing But Conflicting Ideas And No Strategy In Sight

Ashley George – Friday, October 9, 2015, news broke about yet another school shooting, this time at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. From reports this incident seems to have been the result of an altercation that escalated, leaving one student dead, three others injured, and the freshman shooter in custody. A mass shooting is […]