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The Human Price of Neocon Havoc

Exclusive: Neocons are the “masters of chaos” as they destabilize disfavored governments around the world. But real people pay the price as we’ve seen with Israel’s slaughter of four boys on a Gaza beach and an apparent shoot-down of a Malaysian airliner over war-torn Ukraine, writes Robert Parry. 1,466 more words

Barack Obama

If it's Rand Paul vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016, here are the Republicans who might root for Hillary

Author Jacob Heilbrunn speculated in a New York Times op-ed Sunday that neoconservatives may rally around Hillary Clinton if she runs for president in 2016 and Sen. 460 more words


Was Dwight Eisenhower an "isolationist?"

In June, former George W. Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson wrote an essay for National Journal titled “1952 All Over Again.” Gerson was referring to the Republican presidential primary that year which pitted the non-interventionist Senator Robert Taft against the more internationalist Dwight Eisenhower. 632 more words

Rand Paul

Polls continue to show most Republicans agree with Rand Paul on foreign policy

Republican hawks have claimed time and time again that Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s more restrained foreign policy views are out of step with what most conservatives and Republicans believe. 398 more words

Rand Paul

JaHG's Biggest Douche in the Universe contest: Dick Cheney

I was tossing up whether to admit former Vice-President and current Sith Lord Dick Cheney in my Biggest Douche in the Universe run-offs. The truth is, the term “douche” is a somewhat playful one. 810 more words


ABC News guest blasts "armchair warrior" Bill Kristol: Why don't you enlist in the Iraqi army?

For decades, pundit Bill Kristol has promoted the type of hawkish foreign policy that has cost thousands of American lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, wars… 159 more words

The Media

Russia Under Attack -- Paul Craig Roberts

(An interesting article that I reprint here almost in its entirety. Origin.)

In a number of my articles I have explained that the Soviet Union served as a constraint on US power. 1,414 more words