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Hillary Clinton on Putin: Playing a Dog-Eared “Hitler” Card
The frontrunner to become the next president of the United States is playing an old and dangerous political game -- comparing a foreign leader to Adolf Hitler. At a private charity event on Tuesday , in comments preserved on audio , Hillary Clinton talked about actions by Russia’s President...
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US Hawks Take Flight over Ukraine
WASHINGTON - A familiar clutch of hawks have taken wing over the rapidly developing crisis in Ukraine, as neo-conservatives and other interventionists claim that President Barack Obama’s preference for diplomacy over military action invited Russian aggression. At stake in the current crisis,...
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Critics Blast Time Magazine's Snowden Snub
Snowden runner up to Pope Francis in Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year'
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Maybe We Need to Have Less 'Faith in Humanity'
Plenty of internet posts try to tell us that humanity is good. But what we really need is to evaluate our own actions and decisions
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Hitler and Other Syria-Debate Lowpoints
However Congress eventually votes on Obama’s plans for Syria — and whatever gratuitous violence might ensue — the proponents of war should be remembered for setting new lows in debating and lobbying tactics. But before examining their overheated rhetoric, consider the strong possibility that the...
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We Are All Aboard the Pequod
The most prescient portrait of the American character and our ultimate fate as a species is found in Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick.” Melville makes our murderous obsessions, our hubris, violent impulses, moral weakness and inevitable self-destruction visible in his chronicle of a whaling voyage. He...
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Blowback from the White House's Vindictive War on Whistleblowers
Edward Snowden is explicit: seeing whistleblowers like me punitively treated only motivates citizens of conscience more
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Rebels Stand Alone
I was in the Swiss village of Begnins outside Geneva shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989. I spent three days there with Axel von dem Bussche, a former Wehrmacht major, holder of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross for extreme battlefield bravery, three times wounded in World...
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Obama Versus Physics: Why Climate Change Won’t Wait for the President
Change usually happens very slowly, even once all the serious people have decided there’s a problem. That’s because, in a country as big as the United States, public opinion moves in slow currents. Since change by definition requires going up against powerful established interests, it can take...
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