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Separating Fact From Fiction In Seymour Hersh's Bin Laden Story

Seymour Hersh’s account of the Bin Laden killing
challenged virtually the entire established narrative, so it was inevitable that it would be challenged. But in addition to the expected challenges from the government, other investigative reporters also kicked some damning holes in Hersh’s account. 1,047 more words


We May Never See Photos of Dead Osama Bin Laden

Ever since a team of Navy Seals stormed the Pakistani compound housing the former Al-Qaeda leader and delivered Uncle Sam’s long overdue bullet to his face, some have demanded the U.S. 249 more words


Osama Bin Laden E-KIA Two Years Ago Tonight

May 2, 2011, Osama Bin Laden was shot and killed inside a private residential compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, by members of the United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (Navy SEALs) and Central Intelligence Agency  (CIA) operatives in a covert operation ordered by United States President Barack Obama. 274 more words


Zero Dark Thirty and Baghad ER: Two Perspectives on Our 10 Years at War

Zero Dark Thirty was one of my most anticipated films of the year.

I hate war, especially this one, and truly believe that politicians should all be put in a Gladiator arena and sort out their problems themselves.  1,638 more words


Before you go see "Zero Dark Thirty" read at least one of these two reviews - seriously!

The first review in Rolling Stone Magazine raises some VERY important questions for the reader to ponder, stimulates some reflection about the director’s motivations and what happens amongst theatre audiences when it’s viewed — says a lot about America and it’s violence-prone “kick-ass” culture right now! 523 more words

oscar buzz: thoughts on zero dark thirty

Zero Dark Thirty is fucking terrible. Oh that felt incredible to say “out-loud.” Goddamn, I have literally never walked out of a movie, but Zero Dark Thirty… 999 more words