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Analysis: Why Netanyahu can’t finish West Bank security barrier

Construction of the West Bank security barrier has been mostly frozen for nine years, even though some 36 percent has yet to be completed.

Nor is it likely to be finished in the near future, despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s promise last week to wrap a security fence around the entire State of Israel. 1,465 more words

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Supreme Court Analysis: Immediate Impact of Scalia Death

And we thought the political shit storm was already bad enough? Sadly my prediction came even sooner than I thought, and we are just getting started. 120 more words

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Matt Forte was a nightmare for the Panthers while with the Bears

Now former Bears running back Matt Forte gave the Panthers some serious problems through the first eight years of his career.

The Panthers have been known for their well coached defense for a while now but that clearly never phased Forte. 210 more words



Scalia is dead. The odds of Obama getting a nominee in are slim, though not impossible, given that there’s nothing that Republicans are better at than facilitating actions that are not in their interest. 299 more words


US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia Making Bid to Establish Sunni State in Eastern Syria?

“A ground operation would involve all participants in a war. Therefore, the Americans and our Arab partners must consider well whether they want a permanent war,” says Russian FM Lavrov. 925 more words

elections lack of voting has consequences.

Elections have consequences. People get the government they deserve.

These two cliches have been playing in my head for the past few years as I watch my birth state of Michigan suffer under the rule of Gov. 1,014 more words


This stat says Bears fans should not be mad about Matt Forte leaving

Bears fans can be sad about Matt Forte’s departure from the Bears after the eight seasons and that’s completely reasonable. He’s a true professional and one of the great offensive players in Bears history. 465 more words