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Senior officers at the Pentagon are being advised on countering Taliban propaganda by a marketing expert whose company once weeded out reporters who wrote negative stories in Afghanistan and helped the military deceive the enemy in Iraq, according to

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A common trope of hawkish foreign policy writers is that America took a "holiday from history" by starting too few wars and trimming military spending in the 1990s.

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Free Press Publications

The conflicts between Israel and Palestine have been going on for such a long time, it's difficult to know when one conflict stops and another one starts. The latest exchange of missile fire is no exception.

"All sides have to step back

News Link • Global Reported By Darryl W. Perry
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A former intelligence officer with the Department of Defense has been given the go-ahead by a federal judge to sue the Pentagon and the CIA for censoring his best-selling account of the war in Afghanistan. Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer can follow throu

News Link • Global Reported By Chris Menke
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Lew Rockwell blog

As the media and other voices of the state continue to twist Armistice Day into another War-Lovers holiday, I am reminded of a genuine hero from World War I. A man, Howard Moore, who had been ordered to report for military service in that war.