Tag Archives: Foreign Policy

Outrage Over Alleged Iran Plot and the U.S. Double-Standard

Thursday, October 13, 2011 Kudos to the Los Angeles Times for labeling U.S. outrage over an alleged plot by Iran to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. on American soil a double-standard. From the LA Times: Attorney General Eric … Continue reading

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The Number of Secret U.S. Wars Double During Obama’s Presidency

Thursday, August 4, 2011 Throw a dart at a map of the world on the wall in your den and chance are, the U.S. is carrying out a commando mission there. Salon reports the harrowing details. In fact, last year, … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks: U.S. Allowed Benazir Bhutto To Be Assassinated

Monday, May 23, 2011 While WikiLeaks has fallen off the U.S. corporate media’s radar, fortunately the same can’t be said for foreign news sources who report stunning disclosures from WikiLeaks cables. India Today reports WikiLeaks revealed the U.S. embassy in … Continue reading

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Obama Yearns to Sing Kumbaya with His Muslim Friends

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 I guess if you can’t fix double-digit unemployment or lower $4.27 a gallon gas, all that’s left is to reach out to your Muslim friends and sing Kumbaya. The Wall Street Journal reports: President Barack Obama … Continue reading

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Obama’s Disturbing Tilt to the Right on Latin America

Sunday, August 8, 2010 As Americans enjoy the dog days of summer, baseball, ice cream and vaguely prepare for the start of the new school year, under the leadership of President Obama, the U.S. Navy has dispatched the USS Makin … Continue reading

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Three-Quarters Favor Normalized Relations with Cuba

Monday, April 13, 2009 Like America’s failed ‘War on Drugs,’ our failed policy of embargoes have had absolutely no affect on toppling Castro’s dictatorial hold on the island nation, located a mere 90 miles south of Key West, FL. But … Continue reading

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