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9/11: After Thirteen Years of Continuous Warfare, Police State, Endless Falsehoods

The tragedy of September 11, 2001, goes far beyond the deaths of those who died in the towers and the deaths of firefighters and first responders who succumbed to illnesses caused by inhalation of toxic dust. 

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War And Peace

TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS!

These are challenging and scary times on the world stage that require an overall strategy. Tuesday’s, September 16, 2014, Los Angeles Times editorial section written by Andrew Bacevich offers us all some challenging questions. 925 more words

Bi-Partisanship

Fast and Pray

Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian

It’s that time again!  Ember Days!  Traditional Catholic Priest shares the critical details in this short post.

I’ll drink to that!  Proof of medieval beer production on “quite a large scale” is discovered in Northampton with the unearthing of two malting ovens, … 48 more words

Month Of Our Sorrowful Mother

Watch 4 Presidents announce plans to bomb Iraq

The Loop of Perpetual War and Unintended Consequences.

Same teleprompter lines. Different speakers.

Politics

War by any other name is still war - and the beat goes on

“Even today, after the second failure of another world war, perhaps one can speak of a third war, one fought piecemeal, with crimes, massacres, destruction… 2,239 more words

Obama

Perpetual War Is Fine With the New York Times After All

The editorial board of the New York Times has an Orwellian knack for war. Sixteen months ago, when President Obama gave oratorical lip service to ending “perpetual war,” the newspaper quickly touted that end as a democratic necessity. 515 more words

Opinion Leaders

The Economics Of Perpetual War

Courtesy of Matt McCaffrey @ Mises Economics Blog:

The 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I seems like an ideal opportunity to spread a message of peace and economic cooperation; sadly, 2014 has so far been a year of new and renewed conflict far more than one of reconciliation. 587 more words

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