Blog Posts - War In Afghanistan



Kagan’s False Paradox and the Pro-War Media’s Confirmation Bias

“What Americans really want in a foreign policy” is a good choice of title, when writing an op-ed that effectively denies that the majority of the US public is against more wars and more interventions. If your starting point is an absolut...
by Zero Anthropology on May 3, 2014

From the mouth of Babes: Watch this 15 year old Young Lady Destroy the Argument for New Gun Control Laws

“Out of the mouths of babes” isn’t just a meaningless expression.  When applied to an unnamed 15-year-old girl in Maryland who testified about the importance of the Second Amendment and the havoc wreaked by gun control, “out of the mouths &#...

VIDEO: United States News – Pentagon, CHICAGO, John Kerry

U.S., Afghanistan Reach Prison Transfer Deal. Severe U.S. storm to bring heavy snow, possible tornadoes. John Kerry To Meet With Netanyahu, Abbas Following Obama Middle East Trip Thanks for checking us out. Please take a look at the rest of our video...
by @JTN_Network on Mar 24, 2013

Abandoning Afghanistan

When Senator Barack Obama was running for president back in 2008, he accused the Bush administration, his opponent Senator John McCain, and their supporters of taking their eyes off the ball by fighting a war in Iraq and ignoring the “necessary war...
by Iran Aware on Jan 4, 2013

Omar Khadr back in Canada

As predicted a couple of weeks ago, convicted murderer and terrorist Omar Khadr is back on Canadian soil, or, at least, in prison here. A question being asked (see here for example) is whether, now he’s under Canadian jurisdiction, will Khadr be c...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Oct 1, 2012

Omar Khadr will Return to Canada soon?

The Huffington Post has a story that claims “Convicted war criminal Omar Khadr will be back in Canada before winter…”. As readers may remember, Khadr, a Canadian citizen pleaded guilty in 2010 to, among several other charges, murdering a U.S. s...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Sep 13, 2012

Libertarian

  I have a great deal of respect for the organization and principles of the Libertarian Party, which has succeeded in many ways where the Occupy Movement has failed.  I agree with the United States Librertarian Party on a large … Continue...
by No Wing News on Jul 14, 2012

Embracing Memorial Day….. Everyday

Blue Fridays. Very soon, you will see a great many people wearing blue every Friday. The reason? Americans who support our troops used to be called the ‘silent majority.’ We are no longer silent, and are voicing our love for … Continue read...

Embracing Memorial Day….. Everyday

Blue Fridays. Very soon, you will see a great many people wearing blue every Friday. The reason? Americans who support our troops used to be called the ‘silent majority.’ We are no longer silent, and are voicing our love for … Continue read...

Time for U.S. to leave Afghanistan?

The recent massacre by a U.S. Army staff sergeant in Afghanistan increases the likelihood that President Barack Obama will pull American troops out of that wretched country in the near term. The accused U.S. soldier went walkabout in the middle of ni...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Mar 13, 2012

Afghan justice

The Blazing Cat Fur blog alerts us to another sad (and maddening) story of Afghan justice, at least, as far as it extends to women of that wretched country. This is another case of honour killing so be warned, this is strong stuff. I know that apolog...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Mar 1, 2012

Gingrich: They don’t deserve an apology

This clip shows us why so many conservative Americans really like Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. In this clip, he lashes out at President Barack Obama for apologizing after copies of the Muslim holy book were found burned in a rubbi...
by Russ Campbell's Blog on Feb 25, 2012

Why did George Bush give Orders Allowing Raids in Pakistan? – the hidden truth of terrorism in India and the world..

George W. Bush (via last.fm) With his term as president coming to an end, George Bush would like to leave a legacy of having dealt with terrorism and of giving it a stunning blow. His aim would be to close a chapter which shook the very foundations o...
by Indwiz on Sep 11, 2008


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