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It’s Looking A Lot Like "Groundhog Day"

I am referring to our wars of conquest of those barbaric groups AQ and ISIS…..

We have been fighting one or the other for about 20 years…the other is a fairly recent add to the War on Terror….. 266 more words

International Situations

Political Ignorance Or "Axis Of Adults"?

During the 2016 campaign I will admit that there were some issues that Trump voiced that I could get behind…not to the point that I would have ever considered voting for him…..but he did have a few stands that I liked…..such as staying out of Syria with ground forces…..a possible overhaul of NATO….and his idea to keep America safe without intervention. 589 more words

Politics

The Entire U.S. Senate Is Heading to the White House for a North Korea Briefing

Top Trump administration officials will hold a rare briefing on Wednesday at the White House for the entire U.S. Senate on the situation in North Korea. 375 more words

Leadership

US ‘Deep State’ Sold Out Counter-Terrorism To Keep Itself in Business, by Gareth Porter

As SLL has said repeatedly, the Deep State, the military-industrial-intelligence complex is a racket. It’s probably the world’s largest. From Gareth Porter at antiwar.com:

Since 2001, senior Pentagon and CIA officials have sacrificed American interests in weakening al-Qaeda to pursue their own interests… 313 more words

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Everyman's Strategic Survey: Is China Challenging?

There is an excellent article in The Economist headlined: “Tortoise v hare, Is China challenging the United States for global leadership? Xi Jinping talks of a “China solution”, without specifying what that means… 813 more words

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Confronting Russophobia, by Srdja Trifkovic

Russophobia is far more dangerous to western society than Islamophobia, and precludes what could be an effective alliance against radical, violent Islamic extremism. From Srdja Trifkovic at strategic-culture.org: 378 more words

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