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Rewarding “Group Think” on Syria By Robert Parry/ Consortium News/ September 13, 2013 “Group think” is alive and well in Official Washington, with virtually all the important pundits marching in lock-step with the Obama administration’s accusations against the Syrian government … Continue reading

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By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report 1st Great Thing About America: We Are a Democracy (Or Used To Be)  Image: Ares/caglecartoons.com  Once a shining beacon of democracy, the United States of America has lost its way. To be sure, … Continue reading

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American Hypocrisy, Part I

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Iraq: Now Can We Apologize?

My parents taught me that when you make a mistake that hurts other people, you should apologize for it. We owe a Big Apology when it comes to Iraq. Now that President Obama has announced all America troops will be … Continue reading

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