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Mullahs and Opiates

America and her quasi-backboned "allies" have a huge problem that grows by the day. Expectedly, there are as many analyses of our …

New bill gives Bush sweeping spy powers

Administration officials acknowledged they had heard such concerns from Democrats in Congress recently, and that there was a continuing debate over the …

Rumsfeld’s Mysterious Resignation

The disclosure that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld resigned on Nov. 6, 2006 – the day before the election, not the day after …

Giuliani’s dangerous bluster

Reading Giuliani’s pompous foreign policy rhetoric and imagining he might somehow become president induces a deep sense of gloom. Aug. 17, 2007 …

If I were a Palestinian

The Israeli defense minister, he who pulled the IDF out from Lebanon in a manner that planted the seeds for the second …

Terrorist Nation?

The idea that the US could be considering classifying the Iranian Revolutionary Guard as a "terrorist" organization, based upon some dubious evidence …

Is America turning left ?

The Economist asks "Is America Turning left?" The answer given is "Probably—but not in the way many foreigners (and some Americans) hope": …

The collapse of Karl Rove

A month ago, a friend who has spent his entire career working for the Republican House leadership pulled up beside me at …

Psychologists to CIA: We condemn torture

In a rebuke of President Bush, the American Psychological Association has resolved to condemn brutal CIA and military interrogations. AP Photo/Brennan Linsley …