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Failed Anti-War Rallies and America’s Wars: Why I Am Not Joining This Weekend March in Washington (or Anywhere Else)

By Barbara Nimri Aziz

Global Research, January 20, 2017

On February 15, 2003, when millions reportedly filled the streets of U.S. cities to oppose the invasion of Iraq, I was in Mosul. 1,029 more words

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Blog 002

So the dreaded day has come, Inauguration Day. While no election is ever easy this last one had its own extra dose of crazy added to it a little too many times. 457 more words

Series Finale

As I begin to write this, I’m a little hesitant, because, you see, in the past, I’ve tried very hard to stay away from political and social issues when it comes to my blog posts. 617 more words

Change

US voters were asked to express a preference and they did

People are frequently asked to choose between two things neither of which they particularly like. Sensibly they think about preferences and make a decision. That’s what happened in the USA. 157 more words

Inauguration...Just Another Day

Today was/is Inauguration Day. For many it is the best day ever.  For many others it  is the worst day ever.  What did I do today to celebrate/mourn? 178 more words

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Inauguration 2017... Anti-Trump Meaning

~Inauguration 2017~

What catches my attention with some of the anti-Trump posts yesterday and today on social media is what these posts/comments translate to, in relation to the faith we have put into the system, the empire, and the government. 873 more words

When Was America Great?

by ANDREW LEVINE

Photo by Nicolas Raymond | CC BY 2.0

Donald Trump ran for President on the slogan “Make America Great Again,” implying that America had been great once, but no longer is. 2,537 more words

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