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Iraq: The War That Broke Us — Not


Iraq: The War That Broke Us — Not. — August 22, 2010, The American Thinker Iraq: The War That Broke Us — Not By Randall Hoven The Iraq War ends this month. The last combat brigade left August 19. Operation Iraqi Freedom, which began in 2003, will end August 31. September 1 marks the beginning […]

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The Axis of Idiots


The following is an article written by J. D. Pendry, a retired Marine Sergeant Major who now writes for Random House.  He’s an eloquent author, and as taught by the Marines, he seldom beats around the bush: Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter, you are the father of the Islamic Nazi movement. You threw the Shah under […]

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The “War” on Terrorism


I recently read an article by the lovely and very eloquent Ann Coulter.  She was praising President George W. Bush for keeping us safe for the past seven years, and I join her in that praise.  However, I have some complaints as to how President Bush has fought the war on terror the past seven […]

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Europe vs. the USA


For the past 1000+ years, the average time span between major war involving governmental or boundary changes in Europe and even Asia, has been 68 years.  Most have involved some power-hungry megalomaniac desiring land and power.  This same region claims to be the intellectual powerhouse of the world, they claim to be progressive, and full […]

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