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Libya and Syria: When Anti-Imperialism Goes Wrong (tags)
Reflexive opposition to Uncle Sam’s machinations abroad is generally a good thing. It is a progressive instinct that progressively declined in the 1990s, as presidents Bush Sr. and Clinton deftly deployed the U.S. military to execute “humanitarian” missions in Somalia, Haiti, and the Balkans and progressively increased in the 2000s, as Bush Jr. lurched from quagmire to disaster in transparent empire-building exercises in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Staged Bin Laden Killing Hokum (tags)
The Financial Crisis and the Failure of the Modern Economy (tags)
The US government debt shot up from 2.9% in 2007 to 5.9% in 2008 and 11.9% in 2009. At the summits of Washington, London and Pittsburg, the goat was made the gardener. Ineffective rules were resolved that hardly helped regulate the financial markets.
IS JUNE THOMAS THE MOTHER TERESA OF DENTAL HEALTH IN AMERICA FOR ALL US POOR AMERICANS (tags)
LAWYERS FOR POOR AMERICANS WILL BE BRINGING MANY MORE FUTURE ARTICLES FROM AROUND THE USA CONCERNING THIS CONTINUED ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF OUR AMERICAN POOR CONCERNING THEIR DENTAL NEEDS.
THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE THE U.S./ZIONIST PROPAGANDA WAR, ITS LEADERS AND ITS VICTIMS (tags)
At the end of the day, the blood of the Iraqi people will demand to be heard and the voice of justice will be louder and reverberate with greater power than any so-called 'weapon of mass destruction' throughout the entire world. The only questions that remain are: Where does each and every one of us stand in this conflict and what do we intend to do about it?
It's OK to be anti-Jewish politics! Really! (tags)
If it's OK to be anti-Republican or anti-corporation or anti-Christian fundamentalism or anti-Communism or even anti-God, I can be anti-Jewish Politics!
Exporting jobs is not free trade (bilingual) (tags)
Casualties of U.S. Bombing (tags)
Civilian deaths in Afghanistan illustrate the recklessness of aerial bombing campaigns. Bombing “errors” and other military mistakes become routine. American public remains passive.