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Tired of Losing?

Why American Leaders Persist in Waging Losing Wars Hint: They’re Winning in Other Ways By William Astore/ TomDispatch.com/ October 25, 2018 As America enters the 18th year of its war in Afghanistan and its 16th in Iraq, the war on … Continue reading

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Perpetual War

War Is the New Normal: 7 Deadly Reasons Why America’s Wars Persist By William Astore/ TomDispatch/ February 1, 2015 It was launched immediately after the 9/11 attacks, when I was still in the military, and almost immediately became known as … Continue reading

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Spreading American Goodwill Across the Globe

America’s Secret Empire of Drone Bases: Its Full Extent Revealed for the First Time By Nick Turse, AlterNet and TomDispatch Posted on October 16, 2011, Printed on October 18, 2011  They increasingly dot the planet.  There’s a facility outside Las Vegas … Continue reading

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