Latest Digital Newsletter Released by Revamped Absolute Rights

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The most recent Newsletter from has been sent to readers with important opinions and information.

Absolute Rights is providing content and insight on the hottest topics circulating through the web and beyond.

Absolute Rights has been revamping their website and content, and is continuing to release its Digital Newsletter with the latest edition, Issue 106. With a collection of new contributors and a redesigned website, Absolute Rights is rolling out some changes and providing readers with more information and opinions on the biggest issues of the day.

The main article was written by Diane Alden, who took a look at Hillary Clinton and her connection to the US State Department Special Operation Command. Alden's opinions ring loudly in the article.

“Prior to the death of Ambassador Stevens and the Navy Seals who attempted to protect him from jihadis, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was a busy little bureaucrat, selling the idea of diplomats as shadow warriors to the public at a military-industrial complex gala in Tampa, Florida in May of this year,” Alden wrote.

“At this gala event,” she continued, “Hillary let it all hang out with the intentions of the new new world order. It was a military and corporate conference that included an attack by Special Operations on Tampa Bay to show what they could do with their muscled ninja’s jumping out of helicopters and the use of all kinds of weaponry.”

Contender’s Corner, the Presidential-based article in the Newsletter, is Managing Editor Tim Young’s opportunity to reminisce about Pat Paulsen, who Young calls a “great American.” The article consists of a series of quotes by Paulsen, which Young says still ring true today.

The Crisis Ops portion of the Newsletter, contributor Geri Cohen added two cents of opinion to the gun rights issue that has risen since the tragic shooting in Connecticut.

“My ideas flow from this fundamental principle: a burden, such as unimaginable, unnecessary, indescribable pain and suffering, should not be bared by the victim,” wrote Cohen. “Bottom line, gun reform isn’t where the focus should be and even if it were, it would only be a tiny piece of a much larger puzzle.”

In the Global Watch section, new Absolute Rights contributor Christina Ryerson covers the relationship between Russia and Syria, a dynamic and increasingly important one.

“While publicly not wanting to admit the Assad regime is nearing collapse, the mere fact the Russian government was discussing the idea of the collapse of an allied regime could signal a shift in Russia’s strategic thinking about the current crisis,” Ryerson said in the article.

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