Tag Archives: Nicholas Esser

Brian Williams and Embedded Journalism: Should the Military Regress to Battlefield Press Restrictions?

Anthony Moreland – In Mills v. Alabama, 384 U.S. 214, 218, 86 S.Ct. 1434 (1966) the Court held that the First Amendment supported the “free discussion of governmental affairs.” However, there is no standing that supports a right of media access to U.S. military units in combat. Flynt v Rumsfeld, 355 F.3d 697 (D.C. Cir. […]

Nuclear Arms Agreements Between the United States & Iran: A reachable goal or a naïve, idealistic fantasy?

Stephanie Rosendorf — Since the overthrow of the Shah in 1979, relations between the United States and Iran have been rocky at best and non-existent at worst. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of tension lately between the United States, Iran, and Israel over negotiations regarding Iran’s nuclear program. U.S. and Iranian officials have been meeting […]

Yemen’s AQAP Ripple Effect – How AUMF Changes Could Affect U.S. Strategies

David J. Puentes — Since 2001 when al-Qaeda brought itself to the forefront of publicity and dragged the word “terrorism” into the spotlight by its September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York, factions have sprung into the limelight everywhere. One of the most publicized of these factions, due to their continuing brutality, […]

Trial Update: Concerns in the American Sniper Murder Trial – Editor’s Note

Update as of 2/25/15 @ 11:52pm – Eddie Ray Routh has been found guilty of the murders of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. As more information comes out we will update this article again. Original Article Below: Nicholas H. Esser – Known widely for the popular movie American Sniper, one of history’s most deadly snipers […]