Welcome

April 15, 2012
Welcome

Welcome to The Cassandra Times. In the not-so-distant past, educated adults studied and were knowledgeable about the mythologies as well as histories of ancient Greece and Rome, which were the Cradle of Western Civilization. An allusion to the name “Cassandra” would evoke a quick mental reference to Greek mythology. One…

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Saluting Taya Kyle on Firearms

January 28, 2016
Saluting Taya Kyle on Firearms

              — by Polydamas In the olden days of the silver screen (and later television), a respectable-looking gentleman of middle age years often proudly proclaimed that he was “a tax-paying citizen” or “a law-abiding citizen” which he used to buttress his otherwise unsupportable argument…

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Making the Liberal Case Against Gun Confiscation

January 5, 2016
Making the Liberal Case Against Gun Confiscation

                    — by Polydamas We at The Cassandra Times are ardent fans of science fiction and alternative history novels. One of the science fiction authors who has greatly influenced some of our libertarian political ideas was Philip K. Dick. A number…

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Settling For Reality and Rejecting the Fantasy

November 26, 2015
Settling For Reality and Rejecting the Fantasy

                  — by Chryseis As the first, trailblazing female writer for The Cassandra Times and unlike my colleagues, I am happy to write today about the less-traveled paths of western culture untethered to the most recent geopolitics. The topic of my inaugural…

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Turkey, Obama Unwisely Provoke War Against Russia

November 24, 2015
Turkey, Obama Unwisely Provoke War Against Russia

                — by Odysseus We here at The Cassandra Times make it our business to tell you, our readers, what the rest of the info-tainment industry will not. We provide you with the critical facts that these purveyors of entertainment leave out. We…

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Good Debate Questions to Ask Hillary Clinton

November 15, 2015
Good Debate Questions to Ask Hillary Clinton

            — by Achilles The vulture mainstream media does not even pretend to apply the same standards to Democrats and Republicans. The current President Barack Obama remains a genius to the media despite making many gaffes of his own that the media would have used…

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Spy Versus Spy Was Funny; Spy Versus Average Joe is Not

November 8, 2015
Spy Versus Spy Was Funny; Spy Versus Average Joe is Not

              — ┬áby Odysseus Although former CIA contractor Edward Snowden revealed nothing of a specific nature to imperil an individual or to expose a human source, what he did do was to expose the extent and the intent of the United States’ intelligence-gathering capabilities.…

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