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Why I Won't Shut Up About Palestine

People have often asked me variants of this question, “Why do you talk about Palestine so much? There is so much corruption and violence all over the world, why do you seem to be so passionate about Palestine in particular?” Though I do feel that I talk about other issues a decent amount, I will say that this is a reasonable assertion. 863 more words




(1990’s | militarese | “chickens coming home to roost,” “fallout,” “consequences”)

So you think you know what this word means? Actually, it means several different things, so chances are you’re right. 768 more words


Counter-hacking China: A Complex Challenge For The President

David Sanger, The New York Times’ national security reporter, reported yesterday that the Obama administration had decided to retaliate against China for a string of massive hacks. 1,507 more words


Spanish-Language TV Network Interviews Bush On Wide Range Of Topics

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MIAMI (AP) — In his first Spanish-language television network interview since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush fielded questions ranging from the upcoming presidential debate to Donald Trump, from Latin American foreign policy to his favorite music, and whether he had ever experienced discrimination. 436 more words



Why do our leaders structure foreign policy around the needs of tyrants instead of what’s in the best interests of the American people? Our history since World War I is replete with numerous “deals with devils”. 1,164 more words

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The McLeod Group

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Al-Qaeda Attacks CIA-Trained Syrian "Freedom Fighters"; Commander Captured, by Tyler Durden

US policy in the Middle East goes from triumph to triumph (see “Turkey Day,”). From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

Attempts to make sense of the prolonged, bloody conflict in Syria which threatens Turkey’s southern border and long ago spilled over into Iraq, are everywhere and always complicated by the constantly shifting alliances among the various groups fighting for control of the country. 424 more words

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