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WAR: About that War

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The United States gave a green light to sales of Libyan crude oil from rebel-held territory, giving a potential boost to forces battling Muammar Gaddafi. A U.S. Treasury Department official said Libyan rebels would not be subject to U.S. sanctions if

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Focus On Peace

The founder of Focus on Peace, Darren Wolfe, speaks about the new organization at the Agora I/O unconference in Valley Forge, PA on March 26, 2011. He explains why there is a need for a peace movement that isn't part of the political left. Darren go

News Link • Global Reported By Darren Wolfe
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The Political Commentator

The Iranian government sees the current unrest in the Middle East as a sign that the Twelfth Imam, Mahdi or Islamic messiah is about to appear! And that is not necessarily being viewed as a bad thing! So while we in the west believe that war is a

News Link • Global Reported By Michael Haltman
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Obama laced his speech of March 27, 2009, with nine uses of the words “clear” or “clearly,” but his protestations about clarity looked more like a smokescreen to obscure the image of him lurching naively into a Vietnam-style quagmire.

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David Cameron is the leader of Britain, a nation state that represents the hopes and dreams of a hundred million. Thus Britain is in a sense a person too.

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In his weekly address to the nation, President Barack Obama said Saturday that the joint military operation in Libya is succeeding and that his decision to deploy U.S. military firepower against dictator Muammar Qadhafi’s brutal regime saved lives.