Category: Dogs of War

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Oh snap! US arms ISIS Terrorists Again

US arms ISIS terrorists and we’re supposed to believe it’s a mistake Under the category of “not again,” ISIS terrorists have gotten their grubby little hands on another stash of heavy weapons, this time courtesy of supposedly “moderate” militants (as...

Obama's Iraq: Obama's War of Choice in Syria 0

Obama's Iraq: Obama's War of Choice in Syria

Obama’s War of Choice in Syria This occasion calls for a certain phrase as Mr. Obama pushes for war with Syria: What the fuck are you thinking? The difference between Obama and his predecessor, Cheney/Bush, was supposed to be that...

Time's Up: Israel's Wiggle Room Just Ran Out. Showdown Ahead. 0

Time's Up: Israel's Wiggle Room Just Ran Out. Showdown Ahead.

There is no diplomatic solution, no grand agreement, no way for Israel to coexist peacefully with its neighbors while occupying Palestinian territory and deliberately subjecting them to sub-third world existence. Turkey and the Palestinians have strong arguments supporting their recent actions, and whether right or wrong, they will be heard: the present situation has gone on long enough. It has to change.

Mass Murder in Tucson Strikes Close to Home 0

Mass Murder in Tucson Strikes Close to Home

Everyone with public influence knows to be extra careful with what they say and how they say it. They know to be mindful that some members of the public are armed and crazy or are suggestible, even delusional, and could react to statements like Palin’s by carrying out her wishes — whether spoken or suggested.

George the Destroyer 0

George the Destroyer

I knew America was in for a wild ride the day after the 2000 election. Cameras inundating Crawford, George Bush strode forth like a rodeo cowboy – arms flared, chest puffing – and declared himself President. The cockiness to me...

Clueless George Brings Terror Home 0

Clueless George Brings Terror Home

Bush has done it again. He promised that fighting ôover thereö would prevent terror ôover here,ö but terror is already on American soil, right in the heart of the heartland, exported from Iraq to our sunny shores courtesy of clueless...

Bloody Counter-Strike blamed for offline violence 0

Bloody Counter-Strike blamed for offline violence

The game stands out among others for realistic violence among many violent and realistic games. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world play online every day in head-to-head competition. A few weeks ago in California, nearly a hundred people...

Dancing with nukes: driving N. Korea and Iran into the arms of the Bomb 0

Dancing with nukes: driving N. Korea and Iran into the arms of the Bomb

We wonder why North Korea would restart their nuclear weapons program and risk American wrath in the age of terrorism. Simple: theyádon’t haveámuch choice.After being diplomatically rebuffed by the Bush Administration and labeled with Iraq as an axis of Evil,...

Oh brother don’t hate me: Christianity vs Islam: a family feud 1

Oh brother don’t hate me: Christianity vs Islam: a family feud

Published 2001 December (After 9-11 began to digest) Stories of twins are ancient, harking back to the Hebrew tales of Cain and Abel, Isaac and Ishmael, Jacob and Esau, and the countless other myths that all cultures tell in one...