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Our Country Wasn't Built To Be Shut Down: Send Flamethrowers and Cuomo and Fauci, Please
The catastrophic backstory is well-known: Displaying a "beyond criminal," "lethal level of intentional ignorance," our staggeringly incompetent game show host of a president has for months mishandled "the most dangerous pandemic in our lifetime," from firing health teams to rejecting WHO testing...
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Many military families I’ve met have at least one member with developmental or physical disabilities or a chronic mental illness like bipolar disorder or severe depression. (Photo: Kayla Lasure/Ashe Mountain Times) Views
What Americans Don’t Know About Military Families
America’s endless wars go on (and on) and the wounds multiply.
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Julian Assange supporters demonstrate outside of the Westminster Magistrates Court on November 18, 2019 in London. Views
Assange's Extradition: An Escalation of the US War on Terror
Julian Assange created a new form of journalism that enabled a free press to perform its true function—the role of watchdog for democracy.
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The coronavirus outbreak must be defeated in a way that moves us forward. Views
5 Key Demands: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Face of the Coronavirus
This approach to the coronavirus outbreak requires a fundamental shift in current U.S. foreign policy.
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Lawmakers are calling for more F-35s in response to the coronavirus outbreak. News
'Do F-35s Fight Pandemics?' Amid Covid-19 Outbreak, Lawmakers Pushing For Even More Useless Pentagon Spending
"Infuriating doesn't even begin to describe it."
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 If successful, Biden would be the third Senator who voted for George Bush's Iraq War to win the Democratic presidential nomination, following the unsuccessful candidacies of John Kerry and Hillary Clinton. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
Foreign Policy—the Primary Debate’s Final Frontier
Biden may not suffer from living in the Washington bubble, but we will. We will suffer the casualties—domestic and foreign—resulting from the continual military interventions that come with out-of-control spending.
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Why is there so little tangible concern about the brutal "collateral damage" caused by Trump's economic sanctions? Photo: Justin Podur) Views
Trump's Deadly Sanctions Power Should Be Reined In
US presidents should not have the power to unilaterally wage economic warfare against civilian populations.
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With thousands of commandos operating —with little visibility—in scores of countries on any given day, it’s little wonder that discipline has eroded to a point where the command could neither fully gloss over nor cover it up. (Photo: AFP / Getty Images) Views
America’s Commandos Deployed to 141 Countries
What did they do and where did they do it?
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Protester’s sign decries sanctions, “a silent war” (Photo: Campaign for Peace and Democracy, 2013) Views
Stop Tightening the Thumb Screws, A Humanitarian Message
We need to jointly confront the coronavirus while constructing a humane future for the world without wasting time or resources on the continuation of brutal wars.
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12 Ways the US Invasion of Iraq Lives On in Infamy
The most serious consequences of the disastrous invasion and occupation of Iraq confirm what millions of people around the world warned about 17 years ago.
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