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10 Years of War in Afghanistan

Today is the ten year anniversary of the U.S.'s invasion and occupation of Afghanistan:

On the ten year anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, let's take a moment to think about who we're fighting and why.

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Texas Newspaper poll on ending the war.

The Daily Sentinel is a major East Texas newspaper.

It now has an online poll on wether the US should:
1) Continue the war "Finish what we started".
2) Focus on Domestic issues.

obviously we need as many people to VOTE on "domestic issues".

the poll in on the upper right side of the web page.

Lets change some people minds on how the value of militarism.



2 votes

The Hypocrisy of Barack Obama

The Hypocrisy of Barack Obama | David Kretzmann

On the second day of his presidency, Barack Obama promised, "Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency." Here is an honest look at Barack Obama in his own words, to ensure his promise of transparency does not fall by the wayside.

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A firsthand account of "not learning the lessons of 9/11"

The following is a comment to an NPR article about the 9/11 10th anniversary.

Duwayne Anderson (DandyStryker) wrote:

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Mayor of London Makes Bizarre 9-11 Comments

Mayor of London Makes Bizarre 9-11 Comments

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson, a man who has turned looking like an idiot into an art form, made some bizarre comments today about hoping for a “controlled demolition” of the “weird conspiracy theories” surrounding 9/11.

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Vermont has no National Guard choppers to help with cleanup from Hurricane Irene because they are all in Iraq

Eight helicopters on loan from the Illinois National Guard were expected to arrive Tuesday night in Vermont to help the Vermont National Guard deliver food, medicine, water and other supplies to 13 Vermont towns cut off from the rest of the state in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene.

The outside helicopter support is needed because all six of the Vermont Guard’s Black Hawk helicopters are still in Iraq, where they and 55 Vermont soldiers are wrapping up a yearlong hospital transport mission, said Lt. Lloyd Goodrow, spokesman for the Vermont Guard.

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