Monthly Archives: September 2013

Ten Conditions for Change

“Rise up, O God, and save us from ourselves…” www.wtop.com/289/3236001/Senate-chaplain-Rise-up-O-God-and-save-us-from-ourselves A great nation brought low by its dysfunctional politics www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/a-great-nation-brought-low-by-its-dysfunctional-politics-os8u16n-193152251.html Over the past 40 years, the United States has become a strange fantasy land where many politicians think deficits don’t … Continue reading

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Gridlock Corruption Bureaucracy Politics

The calls and e-mails from top executives came toward the end of each month, former managers at USIS recalled. The company needed to swiftly complete investigating security clearances for the government in order to reach its monthly revenue goal, the … Continue reading

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Why the Arab Spring is important

Russia seeks to fill vacuum in the Middle East ALEXEY DRUZHININ/AFP/Getty Images – Buoyed by events in Syria, Russia is wooing some traditional U.S. allies in the Middle East. BEIRUT — Two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union … Continue reading

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Our country committing suicide

Mourners wear anti-bullying T-shirts at funeral of Florida girl, 12, who jumped to her death after she was picked on for two years by up to 15 girls who are now being investigated Rebecca Ann Sedwick, 12, was laid to … Continue reading

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What I wrote in 2008

With regard to the assumption that the Baathist regime possessed weapons of mass of destruction… Continue reading

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The 911 Conspiracy

Charlie Veitch was once one of Britain’s leading conspiracy theorists, a friend of David Icke and Alex Jones and a 9/11 ‘truther’. But when he had a change of heart, the threats began. He talks to Will Storr. ‘The poster … Continue reading

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