Monthly Archives: March 2011

British military decline

The Royal Navy may once have ruled the waves, but with just 19 operational warships, its role has now diminished as that of Britain. Continue reading

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Newsweek how Dumb Are We?

Consider the difference between being smart vs intelligent. Before an intelligent individual is certified as an auto mechanic or doctor, that person acquires knowledge which makes him/her smart. The difference then is this: intelligent means the ability to acquire knowledge; … Continue reading

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See The Evidence PHOTOGRAPHS

Napoleon redivivus…Res ipsa loquitor

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European Economics – Russia – Germany – France – Italy

We are not safe doing business in Russia Employees are in constant danger of being harassed, arrested and killed, writes William Browder. By William Browder 7:21AM GMT 14 Feb 2011 Today, Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, arrives in London … Continue reading

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WEAKest President in History

BARACK OBAMA: THE WEAKEST PRESIDENT IN HISTORY? Friday March 18, 2011 By Anna Pukas INEFFECTUAL, invisible, unable to honour pledges and now blamed for letting Gaddafi off the hook. Why Obama’s gone from ‘Yes we can’ to ‘Er, maybe we … Continue reading

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Litigation in Libya

Lawyers love rhetoric, the process, which explains why criminals who are guilty murderers receive their punishment after years of talking… Litigation and appeals involve the endless assessment of evidence which means fees. For Obama the lawyer and politician, re-election is … Continue reading

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La reConquista giving Our Country back to the Indians

Americans do not add O and A to legitimize themselves; gringO y gringA todos. In the apple- and grape-laden Yakima valley in southern Washington state, Latinos drawn here by fruit-picking jobs have become the fastest growing sector of the population … Continue reading

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On Planet Krauthammer

On Planet Krauthammer, an out of touch with reality bizzaro world, desperation reigns. Trained as a psychiatrist, this inveterate double plus neo-Con is beyond delusional, he is ideological. In 2002, Krauthammer pronounced: This is the moment. There is no turning … Continue reading

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Governor Walker is a Republican Ideologue

Scott Walker’s unprincipled rigidity By Dana Milbank Sunday, February 27, 2011 “He’s not one of us.” That phrase, uttered in the fourth minute of what Scott Walker believed to be a private phone conversation, tells you everything you need to know … Continue reading

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Facts on the Ground in Iraq

The National Security Archive Saddam Hussein greets Rumsfeld in Baghdad, 1983 http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2006/09/08/rumsfeld-handshake-proves-popular/ For video of the Donald Rumsfeld Sadaam Hussein handshake, see: www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB82/ Secretary of Defense Robert Gates made these remarks at West Point last Friday. Looking ahead, though, in … Continue reading

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