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Washington Post Editorial Board Urges War with Iran

November 23, 2011


I’m sure that the WaPo editorial board, not to mention its owners, will be urging their children, nieces, nephews and partners to go enlist in the US military for this latest proposed act of US aggression: THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION pledged that Iran would suffer painful consequences for plotting to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington […]

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Government Wastes Billions of Taxpayer Dollars in the Post-9/11 Security Feeding Frenzy

September 9, 2011


This is a disgrace. But hey, so long as the word “security” can be applied, who cares about billions of dollars going down the drain with nothing to show for it? That has NOTHING to do with so-called “out of control government spending.” No, the real problem is poor people who milk the system with […]

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U.S. Threatens to Cut Off Aid to Palestinians if They Go to UN

August 27, 2011


This is interesting because the other day the State Dept. press spokeswoman, Victoria Nuland, was asked about this issue and she said that Palestinian aid is based on the needs of the people, ie. it’s not a carrot or stick. It seems she wasn’t telling the truth. From Haaretz: The United States will stop all […]

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Where is the Honest Debate on Afghanistan?

August 9, 2011

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I know that the MSM can’t walk and chew gum at the same time despite having a 24/7 news cycle and I know that most Americans really don’t know or care all that much about foreign policy, but given that on Saturday the deadliest attack against U.S. forces in the history of the Afghan War […]

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The National Security State: If We Keep This Up The Terrorists Win

July 30, 2011


The events of 9/11 have spawned an understandable focus on security, however, the extent of fear-mongering, Islamophobia and ongoing curtailment of civil liberties, along with the meteoric rise of an unwieldy national security state which operates like a secret government within a government, is at odds with the principles and values of representative democracy. The […]

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