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Six Things Nelson Mandela Believed That Most People Won’t Talk About

By Aviva Shen and Judd Legum In the desire to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s life — an iconic figure who triumphed over South Africa’s brutal apartheid regime — it’s tempting to homogenize his views into something everyone can support. This is not, … Continue reading

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5 Acts of Terror By the People We Chose to Protect Us

By Paul Bucheit Every clear-thinking American knows that education and jobs are needed more than armed guards in poor neighborhoods. But average Americans are led to believe in a terrorist threat that may or may not exist, and that in any … Continue reading

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9/11: What Didn’t Change

By David Corn It changed everything. That’s the mantra that emerged from the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001. In certain areas of our collective lives, it was an accurate description. Security concerns increased. The United States went to war … Continue reading

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U.S. Wars Leave 225,000 Dead, Cost $4.4 Trillion

After the extended holiday; this may help put in perspective the meaning of Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Veteran’s Day. Thank you for your service. U.S. Wars Leave 225,000 Dead, Cost $4.4 Trillion: Study – Defense News.

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Michael Ware, Former CNN War Correspondent, Speaks Out On Alleged War Crime CNN Refused To Air

The tortures of war. Not just the soldiers or civilians are affected but the reporters covering it are too. Michael Ware’s coverage of the two American wars reminded me of Walter Cronkite’s coverage of the Vietnam War,  outstanding.  Gripping account and great job … Continue reading

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