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Lessons from History: ISIS of our Days, is Taliban of the Last Century

“History repeats itself” one of the most controversial sayings out there that has lead to many debates and to lots of digging in our history just to prove it right or wrong. 1,236 more words

Reagan Supported The Afghan Mujahideen (But So Did Carter)

From Foreign Policy Journal:

After the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in December 1979, President Carter directed CIA to assist the Afghan mujahidin. CIA came to see that the indigenous Afghan opposition to the Soviets was less an organized movement than widespread opposition by villages and tribes. 312 more words

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Meanwhile in Botswana

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Teacher's pet

When I was in grade school I was sure I knew everything.

I knew the multiplication table, I knew the map of the city I lived in. 342 more words


BARACK OBAMA’S MISDEEDS: Incompetence or Intent?

Written by Michael Cummings on October 3, 2014


At what point does our ascription go from incompetence to intent? In other words, is Barack Obama one of the most feckless, ineffective leaders in United States history, or are his actions — particularly on foreign policy — … 785 more words


The 9/11 Phone Calls: Disturbing Irregularities Uncovered in the Calls that Flashed around the World

“During the 2006 Moussaoui Trial, the FBI (under oath) reduced the number of cell phone calls to two calls made from 5,000 feet, and presented evidence of only one (not two) “unconnected” call from Barbara Olson, lasting “0 seconds.” 13 more words

Liars Vs Truthers


Alex Jones talks with former Navy SEAL and Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura about his recent court case and how the mainstream media has assassinated his character.