What’s the Evidence Behind the Case for War? - PHILIP GIRALDI

The politics of war and peace are a gold mine for Washington’s power players.  Why ‘This Town’ Loves Going to War – LEON HADAR, The American Conservative

On 9/11 we rightfully honor the dead and recall our anguish. But it is also a day to recognize that the way in which we respond to threats constitutes one the gravest perils to our national security.

After 9/11, Americans Undermined National Security - PETER GOODMAN, Executive Business and Global News Editor, The Huffington Post

Everybodys asking ‘What Should We Do About Korea’

Wrong Question – the Country is Broke and the Chinese probably won’t loan US the money to do anything about it:

North Korea Is Someone Else’s Problem: The U.S. shouldn’t focus on a country with little ability to strike America – DOUG BANDOW, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute (Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, specializing in foreign policy and civil liberties. A former special assistant to Ronald Reagan, he has authored multiple books and his writing appears regularly in major outlets. Bandow holds a J.D. from Stanford)

What would you do if you had evidence of war crimes? What would you do if ‘following orders’ meant participating in grave abuses that you opposed? Would you have the courage to risk everything – even your life – to do the right thing? – NATHAN FULLER

A week ago today, Pfc. Bradley Manning surprised both detractors and supporters by reading a thirtysomething-page statement articulating the specific Whats, Hows and – most importantly – Whys  - MICHAEL McKEE

Why Bradley Manning has done more for American security than Seal Team Six: How State Secrecy Leads to War – CHASE MADAR


“…Consider: a member of the U.S. Senate, “the world’s most deliberative body,” thinks that it’s impermissible to actually deliberate foreign policy.


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