Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

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Busy, busy

My latest articles are up at a couple of excellent publications. Univision Breaks New Details of Obama Admin’s Fast and Furious Cover-Up is up at PJ Media, discussing the latest on the gun-running scandals (plural) of the Obama Administration. Vortex StrikeFire and VMX3 Magnifier is posted at PJ Media. And I had a web site launch today. […]

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I may have mentioned once or twice before that I’m a fan of the game and the storyline of Halo, the single most successful franchise in video game history. The basic storyline through three (soon to be four) video games is a interstellar war between humans and aliens as played through John 117, a genetically-enhanced […]

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Occupy Wall Street: Special Victims Unit

There they go again: Police Thursday identified an Occupy Wall Street participant who is wanted for raping a fellow demonstrator and then throwing her over a second-story park railing earlier this week. The NYPD released a photo of suspect Jackie Barcliff, 44. Detectives believe met his 56-year-old victim during previous Occupy activities, police said. After […]

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Halo 4, or, why my debut novel will probably have to wait another year

Of all my vices, my addiction to the Halo series of games is easily the worst in terms of time suckage. It also looks like there is a very good possibility that Halo 4 is going to keep that going strong, as the new graphics and preview video indicate. Of course, maybe if I get […]

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Enemies Foreign and Domestic… and all too real

I’m a little groggy after staying up well after midnight to finish a 576-page novel I’d only picked up yesterday morning. My head is still spinning, trying to digest a work of fiction nine years old that reads like a near-term future history and nightmare rolled into one. Matthew Bracken’s Enemies Foreign and Domestic was […]

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