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Iraq and Afghanistan: An Exit Strategy

September 29, 2009

Vanderleun over at American Digest has come up with a simple and effective exit strategy that the U.S. could employ for the Afghan and Iraqi wars.  I must say, his plan is compelling, given recent world events. Unfortunately, I don’t think this strategy fits into the HopeAndChange strategy of talking to dictators and thugs.  Sorry [...]

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Yearning for Freedom in Iran

December 8, 2008

A protest rally of five thousand people, mostly students, was held yesterday in Tehran, Iran.  The rally was held to protest Ahmadinejad and the Islamic theocracy, and demand a change to a democratic form of government. Past protesters have met with imprisonment and have been barred from academic life.  These protesters showed extraordinary bravery to [...]

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Obama’s First News Conference

November 8, 2008

Surrounded by a throng of economic guru’s the typical Imperial “Remember thou art mortal!  Remember thou art mortal!” mantra was lacking from the ears of Emperor Zero during his first news conference yesterday, as he performed meekly in my opinion: He dodged answering too many specifics on the economy. He acknowledged that the economy is a critical [...]

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