I’d like to start this by asking a very simple and straight forward question. “Is regime change in Syria so important that you would let your family, neighbors and yourself die for it?” That’s the question. I told you it was simple. Simple that is, if you give a yes or no to the question.
by Ehsan Azari Stanizai
A seven-month deadlock between the US and Pakistan ended last week when the hard word “sorry” over the November killing of 24 Pakistani troops in an errand American air strike was uttered and $1.2 billion in cash was coughed up in exchange for re-opening of the NATO supplies routes into Afghanistan. For the US, it is certainly beneficial in terms of logistics and saving, but it would be naïve if we think the deal would be an open sesame to close safe terrorist sanctuaries in Pakistan.
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Conservatives are at it again. Faced with the possibility that Americans are finally starting to realize that U.S. foreign policy is the cause of anti-American terrorism, conservatives are now reverting to their old stand-by position for justifying the continued existence of the national-security state: communism!
Wall Street crooks walk away free every time. So do their London counterparts and other corporate bosses.
Crime pays so why not commit it. The only penalty is nasty headlines for a few days and minor slap on the wrist fines or admonishments about promising no repeats. At least not until next week.
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