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Glavin: What's so wrong with involving diasporas in foreign policy?

Let’s say that the critics are right, that the Conservatives are indeed running this country’s foreign policy in ways that are most sedulously attentive to the sensitivities of Canada’s diverse and sundry ethnic and immigrant communities. 1,058 more words

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Mother of American Held By ISIS Pleads for His Release

The mother of an American journalist held hostage by Islamist militants issued an emotional plea for her son’s release Thursday.

In a video broadcast on the Al Arabiya TV network, Shirley Sotloff directly addresses Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS). 254 more words

US reportedly recruiting allies to support expanded airstrikes, Syrian opposition

Fox News:

The Obama administration is pressing U.S. allies to increase their support for moderate rebel groups in Syria, as well as possible military operations, according to a published report. 469 more words

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Before We Get Involved In Another War, Congress Needs To Vote On It And Say How They Will Pay For It

The right-wing war hawks are revving up again.  The usual actors are calling for a “big war plan” against ISIS in both Iraq and Syria.  Heck even Paul Ryan said that the U.S. 992 more words

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Is ISIS A JV Team Or The LA Lakers?

Something happened over the weekend. I think I know what it was, but it must have been big. To understand it a little better, let’s go back in time. 849 more words

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Planks and Eyes

I recently had the opportunity to contribute to voicesofliberty.com, a new spin-off website of the Ron Paul Channel. My first contribution discusses current events in Iraq and Americans’ self-serving reactions to them. 64 more words

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