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February 7, 2012 | by James Arger | 1 comment

Chinese Warriors

Modern Warfare

Since the dawn of time, Man has spend an inordinate amount of time either preparing for or waging war — and sometimes, recovering from it. War has always been around, to the point that “The Art of War” (an ancient Chinese text from the 6th Century BC) remains, even today, more

February 3, 2012 | by James Arger | 2 comments

Gustav Spangenberg / "The pied piper leads away the children of Hamelin"

Mud-Slinging

When winterm_te and I were discussing what would eventually become Warmongers inc., there was no question that transparency was the only solution. Over the past months, we’ve gone through a huge amount of classified documents. The only files we discarded were ones too damaged to comprehend. All others we’ve published more

January 31, 2012 | by James Arger | 2 comments

John Tenniel / The Cheshire Cat

Drawing a blank

I’ve been sitting at my desk for the better part of two hours, trying to begin this post in the level-headed tone of an efficient journalist. I’ve tried, but I can’t. I said it here, I had doubts about John Johnson (as that’s the name I’ve been authorized to use more