Tag: afghanistan

Poll says Americans tired of intervening in others’ affairs

Poll says Americans tired of intervening in others’ affairs

| April 30, 2014

What we find surprising about these results is that merely a decade ago, jingoistic saber rattling seemed to be an effective recruitment tool for at least one major political party in this country. Perhaps the reality is setting in that U.S. policies of intervention traditionally have had ripple effects that are causing more and more […]

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Could Ukraine become another Afghanistan

Could Ukraine become another Afghanistan

| April 23, 2014

The west, in particular the U.S, has expressed real concern over what is happening in the Ukraine. Once again, Russia appears to be on the imperialistic move, trying to rebuild what was lost with the dissolution of the Soviet Union. In the long run, there might not be much need for intervention. Vladmir Putin and […]

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The face of America in the world

| March 6, 2013 | Reply

Sergeant Patrick Lybert, age 28, was so devoted to his special needs brother, Noah, that he swore he would only marry a woman who was equally willing to welcome his brother into their home when their mother died someday.

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