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TOO MUCH TALK; NOT ENOUGH ACTION

BLOG 230 December 16, 2014

The hot debate in the USA at this moment is over allegations that the CIA tortured prisoners and lied to Congress and the President. 478 more words

Middle East

Shocking negligence at Sellafield Nuclear Waste site

About the following Sellafield nuclear dump report:

Yes Jim, that is a picture of a real, LIVING seagull on the fuel pool. While I would recommend they put their fuel high, dry and in air like firewood, where it has no criticality (water is a neutron reflector)…the point the picture makes is if it doesn’t hurt that stupid bird, what are you… 495 more words

The All Consuming Light

The blinding light faded after a few seconds. Her eyes ached even behind the thick protective layer of dark glass which was supposed to block the effects of the all consuming light. 252 more words

Short Story

U.S. Caving to Iran

WEEKLY STANDARD
by Lee Smith
November 24, 2014

……The issue is not just that Iran has repeatedly cheated, but that the administration keeps helping. When it became clear Iran was selling more than the million barrels of oil per month that sanctions relief permitted, White House spokesmen counseled patience: Maybe next month, they said, Iran would sell less and get under the cap. 235 more words

Israel & Middle East

Yes Way or Nuclear Bomb Called Desire

Yes Way or Nuclear Bomb Called Desire

(A Friday Fictioneer Story of 100 words or less, prompted by the photo)  http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com

genre: Tragic Comedy Science Fiction… 107 more words

Fiction

Obama Sends Secret Letters to Iran's Supreme Ayatollah

The president of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, once said in a New York Times article, posted March 3, 2007:

“I was a little Jakarta street kid,” he said in a wide-ranging interview in his office (excerpts are on my blog, …

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Politics

TIME TRAVEL BACK TO THE 1950's

In this post I’m going to cover some of the most important topics we must consider when reading J. D. Salinger’s novel.

  1. Politics:

November 4th, 1952, Dwight D. 379 more words

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