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Can we live our design PLEASE!!!!!

We are designed to be creatively evolving, learning from what we do, always growing and changing. :-)
Our design is that we have memory, we have associative triggers, and we ALWAYS are naturally – subconsciously, so even without any effort – offered data from past experiences, so that we are guaranteed to make a better wiser decision than before. 273 more words



Here are my thoughts a day or so prior to the air strikes.

It appears we are on the brink of war, again! Massive air strikes against the capital of ISIS in Raqqa in northern Syria have begun. 700 more words

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Will Airstrikes Be Enough?

The New York Times ran an article today describing the current situation in the Iraqi repulsion of the ISIS takeover.  The United States has been hoping that if we actively train and empower Iraqis to fight their own battles, we can step back and only join the fight against ISIS via airstrikes – but this doesn’t appear to be going so well, right from the start.  94 more words

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Moving Forward, Ukraine Seems to be Sliding Backwards

As the cease-fire established more than two weeks ago seems to be holding, however tentatively, Kiev has moved to bring closure to the conflict. Measures have passed in parliament to halt military action against Russian proxy forces in the East, essentially freezing the current cease fire in place, as well as granting the three eastern provinces greater autonomy. 228 more words

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Disarmament, or no?

The international community, President Obama included, has historically agreed upon the goal of nuclear disarmament.  However, the Obama administration is now working on modernizing and expanding our arsenal. 68 more words

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Though Adversaries on the Surface, U.S. and Hezbollah Share a Goal - NYTimes.com

Politics, especially in the Middle East, make strange bedfellows. (And sometimes we keep mentioning that the ‘enemy of my enemy is my enemy’ and yet here we see enemies as friends–with the US and Hezbollah sharing a common foe.) 80 more words

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Obama to Lead U.N. Effort to Halt Movement of Terror Recruits

An atypical UN Security Council meeting may allow for a rare “binding” resolution to address a transnational security threat: namely, the increasing challenge facing countries to manage their citizens who join the conflict in Syria/Iraq. 119 more words

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