Monthly Archives: April 2006

Biking grows on you

At 63, biking has been ‘growing’ on me for fifty years. The hunger first started when a friend, a year older than me at 14, was given an Allstate Motor Scooter on his birthday and took me for a ride. … Continue reading

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The insane first strike policy

By the mere act of contingency planning for the first use of nuclear weapons, the Bush administration has guaranteed that not just Iran, but probably many other nations that see themselves as remotely threatened by the U.S., will seek to … Continue reading

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Shock and Awe Iran, only Nuclear?

The Bush administration has intensified planning for military action against Iran. One of the options it is considering involves the use of nuclear weapons. Respected investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, who broke the story on the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, makes … Continue reading

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How Israel Controls America?

John Mearsheimer, the Wendell Harrison Professor of Political Science at Chicago and author of The Tragedy of Great Power Politics, and Stephen Walt, the Robert and Renee Belfer Professor of International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard … Continue reading

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