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For International Friendships, Dismantle the Military Empire

dictatorshipby Jacob G. Hornberger

The U.S. government has an un-American way of making friends in foreign affairs, one that the American people should abandon once and for all. It’s a method of friendship based on militarism, extortion, bribery, and military mercantilism.

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After The Fireworks Have Faded

FireworksIntimations of bosons among a cacophony of bozos 
by Phil Rockstroh 

On July 4, the people of the U.S. marked the passing of another year's perfunctory, Independence Day festivities. The date, also, was occasioned by the formal announcement from physicists at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) that, according to the banner headline at CERN's official website, "Higgs within reach […] Our understanding of the universe is about to change […] [Our] experiments see strong indications for the presence of a new particle, which could be the Higgs boson."

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Maligned for Doing the Right Thing

Cynthia McKinneyTwice Cynthia McKinney lost her congressional seat for supporting Palestinian rights.

Doing the right thing is costly. Going along with what's wrong pays well. Staying in government depends on it. McKinney is too principled to play that game.

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The Worst Person in the World?

Hillary ClintonAfter everything that I’ve read and everything that I have seen, the only good thing that has come out of Obama becoming president is that Hillary Clinton didn’t get the job. Clinton is not only the worst Secretary of State in this country’s entire history; she is also one of the most terrible human being this planet has ever produced. I’m absolutely serious about this.This is a woman that has no soul. When she arrived in Libya, shortly after Gadhafi was murdered, she cackled like a witch and uttered “We came, we saw, he died”.

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To shirk or not to shirk – is that the question?

bulldozersby Adam Keller

This week the Palestinian news agency Ma'an published a short news item. Settlers from the "Havat Gilead" outpost near Nablus came at night and destroyed 41 olive trees belonging to Nayif Raihan, inhabitant of the neighboring Palestinian village of Tel.

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