Who will get your support as the best candidate to continue killing the loved ones of others?
U.S. activists must follow the example of our European allies and demand that our government stop supplying the Saudi rulers with weapons to bomb civilians in Yemen and repress its own citizens.
While it’s obvious that the Democratic candidates are much better on these issues than the four Republicans still seeking their party’s nomination, the media needs to take a share of the blame for so rarely bringing up the topic.
It will take until 2020 for the U.S. to meet it's 2016 goal at this rate.
That Graham looks at Trump and sees someone speaking in a completely different diction from himself, or hears the crazy in Trump’s pronouncements but not in his known, just underlines how hard it is for us to estimate our own failings.
And no kidding, that’s the literal truth when it comes to war, American-style.
“In her great piece, Sara Gray makes the connection between kids playing at 'first person shooter games' and being in live combat. She explains how these kinds of games desensitize heavy players to images of violence- thus, isn't it easy to imagine shooting someone in real life when you spend all day simulating shooting someone?”
Even in troubled Afghanistan, there are alternatives whose sum could potentially slice through this Gordian knot of a policy problem.
General Geoffrey Miller presided over the U.S. military prison in Cuba from 2002 to 2004, after then-President George Bush approved of ‘enhanced interrogation’ techniques including waterboarding.
“Pakistan’s solar insolation is one of the highest in the world, and foreign investors are taking note.”