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America Is Using Cannons to Kill Mosquitoes in Iraq

The new war the U.S. is waging over Iraq is succeeding. With help on the ground from Kurdish and Iraqi troops, U.S. airstrikes have pushed fighters from the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) away from the Mosul Dam. 327 more words

Freed American Journalist grateful for support

American Journalist relieved to be back on American soil.

Recently freed journalist Peter Theo Curtis made a brief statement blocks away from his house. He first thanked everyone who helped him get back to America but asked for time to be alone with his family. 354 more words

Terrorism

ISIS growing stronger, more capable

As the Obama administration weighs airstrikes against ISIS terrorists in Syria, officials are concerned at the jihadist group’s growing strength, impressive tacticts and “uncanny” discipline. Brian Todd reports on ISIS becoming stronger and more capable. 268 more words

Brian Todd

'Military Police'


There is a growing debate about the militarization of American police and I do not have a single problem with it.  This is why…  The debate is centered on what happened in Ferguson, MO after the death of Michael Johnson.   609 more words

Military

Beyond Sanctions: What's the West's Strategy on Russia?

Beyond Sanctions: What’s the West’s Strategy on Russia? Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Ulrich Speck. August 1, 2014.

Western sanctions against Russia appear to have a fairly narrow, tangible goal: to punish Moscow for supporting pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. 123 more words

National Security

Obama's Escape from Planet Reality

By David Wood at Answering Muslims:

Just minutes after defending Islam in a speech about the beheading of James Foley by the Islamic State (ISIS), President Barack Obama was back on the golf course. 64 more words

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