Monthly Archives: October 2006

Panel to Seek Change on Iraq

Early this year I sent an email to a friend in response to something complementary he said about our troops but implying that anyone against the Iraq invasion somehow denigrated these troops. In that email I mentioned the recent convening … Continue reading

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The Great Game

The following are excerpts from the last in a series of five essays written by W. Joseph Stroupe and published in The Asia Times that embody a subject of extreme importance to all Americans. The entire series may be accessed … Continue reading

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Deja Vu

You are either with us or against us.                       —- George W. Bush A man who feels it his duty at such an hour to assume the leadership of his people … Continue reading

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Informed Comment

You’ve got to read this guy, Juan Cole, president of the Global Americana Institute. A quote: The United States has a one-party state. The presidency, the vice presidency, the cabinet, the House of Representatives, the Senate, the Supreme Court– are … Continue reading

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The fallacy of intervention

J. Mark Hord has written an essay which with utter clarity applies irrefutable logic to the question of the morality and practicality of intervention by one nation into the affairs of another. I consider it a must read. Here’s the … Continue reading

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