General Petraeus

General Petraeus And General Inequality

Jake Warren | Posted 30.04.2015 | UK
Jake Warren

Fyodor Dostoevsky author of 'Crime and Punishment' is arguably one of the most celebrated writers throughout history. In his memoirs of his account of 4 years imprisoned in a Siberian gulag he wrote of being haunted by an insoluble problem, the inequality of punishment for one and the same crime. Those words were put to paper in 1862 and 153 years later his assertion could not be truer of America today, especially with the handling of General David Petraeus.

Are Power And Money The Only Real Aphrodisiacs?

Brandon Wade | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Brandon Wade

Responses to the downfall of CIA chief General David Petraeus - forced to resign after revelations of an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell - have been predictably mixed. But surely the most laughable were suggestions the four star general simply had no right to be cheating with a foxy lady 20 years his junior on the grounds of age and looks alone?

To Kill Or Not To Kill That Is The Question

Clare Macnaughton | Posted 17.10.2011 | UK Politics
Clare Macnaughton

As an atheist, pacifist, feminist, omnivore mother and wife of a military Chinook pilot the morality of killing is something I have pondered often. Is...