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UAE Hires Hundreds of Colombian Mercenaries to Fight in Yemen

Colombian Mercenaries

The United Arab Emirates has sent in hundreds of Colombian mercenaries to try and turn the tide in the Yemen civil war. This is the first time that the mercenaries have seen combat on behalf of the UAE, a country

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Pelosi: Obama’s Right, ISIS is Contained


Would it surprise you to find out that the U.S. government actually wanted organizations like ISIS to thrive in Syria for the express purpose of isolating the Assad regime and overthrowing them? To most people, I imagine it would come

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On ISIS and the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Peace Takes Courage, So We Will Have War

Syrian refugees having rest at the floor of Keleti railway station. Refugee crisis. Budapest, Hungary, Central Europe, 5 September 2015.

A day after ISIS operatives killed over a hundred people in Paris, the French military dropped some bombs on Raqqa, Syria—the de facto capital of the Islamic State. The attack was mostly symbolic, as probably no ISIS agents were killed.

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My Gods Don't Bleed: A Story of The Media & Hillary Clinton


Albert Einstein said “I want to know Gods thoughts; the rest are just details.” I’m fairly certain this is how the media feels about their Democratic deities. The media, as the extended branch of the Democratic Party, has become so

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The Resurgence of Bacha Bazi: How Our War in Afghanistan Put Homosexual Pedophiles Back in Power

School children watch members of Afghan National Security Force and Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team prepare for the Kandahar Nursing and Midwifery Institute grand opening ceremony May 9, 2012 in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Kandahar Nursing and Midwifery will be able to train up to 800 students, both male and female, a year in nursing, midwifery, pharmacy, lab and dental services. Kandahar PRT is a joint team of U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy service members  and civilians deployed to the Kandahar province of Afghanistan to assist in the effort to rebuild and stabilize the local government and infrastructure.

The practice of “bacha bazi” goes back many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years in the Middle East and Asia. Many powerful warlords and rich merchants have long held to a surprising sexual perspective: “Women are for children. Boys are for

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Nobel Prize Committee Regrets Giving 2009 Nobel Peace Prize to Obama

Obama 2009 Nobel Peace Prize

Well, that didn’t take long. In an interview with the Associated Press, Geil Lundestad, the former director of the Nobel Institute that awarded Obama the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, says that he regrets giving Obama the prize: Looking back over

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The Vatican's Nuclear Disarmament Speech is Naive and Dangerous


In an address given to the President of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Archbishop Paul Gallagher delivered a naive series of statements praising the notion of nuclear disarmament, as well as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise

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The War Stories We Need to Hear vs. The War Stories We are Told

iwo jima flag raising

I have a few relatives and friends who fought for the US military overseas. A very few of that few have been willing to talk about their experiences as soldiers in other countries. But most of them have been reluctant

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Adam Johnson Tries to Argue GOP 'Chicken Hawks' Are Cowards, Then Forgets How to Argue

John McCain

Adam Johnson wrote a pice for Alternet, which was reprinted on, in which he trashes the top five Republican “Chicken Hawks.” For the uninitiated, a chicken hawk is someone who has himself never served in the military, but is “eager

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Rand Paul Says GOP Hawks Have Helped ISIS Grow Stronger

Rand Paul

With words closely echoing his father’s foreign policy concerns, Rand Paul has said that the GOP penchant for making war has actually created the current ISIS crisis: In an interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Paul was asked about the criticism

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Asking If Someone Would Have Invaded Iraq Is Stupid


Can We Call It A Day With The ‘Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Have Invaded Iraq’ Question? “Knowing what we know now, would you have authorized the Iraq war?” That is the ludicrous question we’re being treated to

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Israel's Right to Exist Can’t Be Ignored

israel usa

A regime that refuses to recognize Israel’s right to exist cannot and must not be negotiated with. Henry Ward Beecher said that “God made man to go by motives, and he will not go without them.” At our basest, we are motives;

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